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After admission to the College every student will be issued an Identity Card. He/She is expected to present it, as and when required. Failure to do so will render a student liable to disciplinary action. The card must be returned when the student leaves the College.
Students are expected to observe strict discipline in the College. Any violation thereof will entail severe punishment.
The college has a vibrant and spacious campus and is well connected by Delhi Metro. It has well-equipped lecture halls, extensive lawns and vast play-grounds. The college also boasts of a unique open air amphitheatre surrounded by majestic trees. The college has a heavy duty generator to augment the supply of electricity in the event of a power failure. The infrastructure has witnessed expansion owing to the increasing student strength. In addition to the construction of a New Academic Block which has several class rooms, a new computer lab, a state of the art Seminar Hall, and an aesthetically designed Auditorium have also been built.
The college provides meaningful, value-based education to students, some of whom come from humble backgrounds. Special relaxation in cut off is given to girl students during admissions to empower them by encouraging them to pursue education while working. Similar relaxation is given to students opting to study languages like Punjabi, Urdu, Tamil, and Sanskrit to keep alive the rich diversity of cultures of our country. This is both a challenge as well as a matter of pride for the college.
a) The Principal of a College, the Head of the Department or an Institution, the authorities of College, of University Hostel of Hall or Residence shall take immediate action on any information of the occurrence of ragging.
b) Notwithstanding anything in Clauses (4) above, the Proctor may also suo moto enquire into any incident of ragging and make a report to the Vice-Chancellor on the identity of those who have engaged in ragging and the nature of the incident.
The Principal has the power to detain a student in any class or debar him from being sent up for a University Examination under the relevant University Rule (58 Ref.A.C.No.78 dated 15-7-60 and No.269, dated 8-12-60).
All students are expected to attend classes regularly. University Rules require a minimum attendance of 66.66% both in lectures and in tutorials/preceptorials/practicals separately, held in each subject, falling which a student shall not be allowed to appear for the University Examination.
The College is situated in the heart of the city, and provides quality education in pleasant surroundings. Our excellent practical facilities ensure that students are encouraged to develop their skills fully, which is essential in the rapidly changing world we live.Read More