RULES RELATED TO HOSTEL
Hostel accommodation is provided in separate buildings for men and women.
The hostels shall be under the control of the Principal
The Principal shall be the Honorary Warden for the hostels. There shall be Assistant Warden for each hostel and an officer-in-charge of house surgeons quarters, appointed from among the members of the teaching staff. The privileges and obligations of students as hostel members will be applicable to house surgeons also.
The warden’s decision shall be final in the interpretation of rules and in all matters connected with the hostel.
Admission is restricted to the students of Medical College, Calicut.
Students requiring accommodation should apply in the prescribed form with a registration fee of Rs.15/- which will not be returned if the applicant is not admitted into the hostel, and credited to mess fund for crockery etc. If admitted, admission to the hostel is subject to renewal every academic year with registration fee of Rs.5/-
Application will be registered in the order in which they are received and the rooms allotted in that order. Application not in proper form and unaccompanied by registration fee will be rejected.
The registration fee will be forfeited if the student does not occupy the room within a week of its allotment.
Students of the college may be taken as day boarders provided they deposit the requisite caution money and meet the charges fixed.
A limited number of staff members of Medical College may be accommodated in the hostels at the discretion of the warden.
Members of the staff of the college and hospital will be taken as members of the hostel mess under the special rules approved by the warden. This can be obtained on application from the head office.
4. Caution Deposit
Each student on admission should pay Rs.2500/- as mess advance and Rs.500/- as caution deposit, which will be refunded only at the time of his/her leaving the hostel, finally, after adjusting any liabilities to the hostel.
5. Discipline Declaration
Each student on admission, should if he/she is a major, sign a discipline declaration in approved form, if he/she is a minor, the under- taking should be given by the parent or guardian.
6. Allotment of Rooms
Rooms will be allotted at the discretion of the Warden / Asst.Warden. No request for change of rooms in the middle of the year will be entertained.
No resident is allowed to have additional electrical fittings without the written permission of the Warden / Asst.Warden.
Room Rent – The rent for each rooms will be fixed for each hostel from time to time. These rates will be applied in the case of the members of teaching staff also.
Electricity and Water charges – Each resident should pay Rs.10/- per month as electricity and water charges. Those who use radio, fan, heater etc. (with permission from warden) should pay an additional amount as fixed from time to time. Any excess charges will be equally divided among the residents during the period.
Students passing out of the college or discontinuing their studies or those desirous of residing with their parents or guardian will be permitted to leave the hostel on application to the Warden/Asst.War- den, only at the end of the term, except on medical grounds approved by the Warden / Asst.Warden. Students who are living in the hostel and who wish to reside with their relatives must produce a letter from their parents or guardians authorizing them to do so before leaving the hos- tel. On no account should they leave the hostel before they are permit- ted to do so by the Warden / Asst.Warden.
Food will be supplied in the hostels by students Mess committee.The committee may take suitable measures to appoint mess contractors for smooth conduct of the mess on proper agreement under intimation to the principal.
The committee shall be responsible for supply of good food and also to see that the contractors do not damage or misuse any Govt proper- ties.
They will not be allowed to supply food in other hostels or to any persons other than hostel inmates.
No resident is allowed to bring a guest into the hostel to stay with him/her without the permission of the Warden / Asst.Warden. The member introducing the guest is responsible for all the charges incurred by the guest. Guests will be charged at rates fixed from time to time per day exclusive of mess charges and no guest shall remain in the hostel for more than 3 days except under special circumstances.
No member may introduce more than one guest at a time without the previous sanction of the Warden/Asst.Warden. The guest shall not be transferred from one member to another.
The guests are subject to the rules and regulations of the hostel.
The Warden / Asst.Warden shall have power to refuse permission to introduce into the hostel any person as a guest without assigning any reason.
The Warden / Asst.Warden will maintain a register of guests in the following form and see that no guest is admitted unless his/her name is entered in the above register. The student who brings the guest will be held responsible for the proper filling of the particulars requested therein. i) Name of the member who is the host; ii) Name of the guest with home address; iii) Date of arrival; iv) Date of departure
Hostel vigilance committee / Asst.Warden will carry out surprise checks in the hostels and if any unauthorized occupation of the room is noticed, the allotment will be cancelled without further notice.
10. Payment of Dues
All charges must be paid at the office (hostel section) between 11am and 4.30pm and receipt obtained. Mess charges for the month should be paid on or before 15th of succeeding month. Thereafter a fine of Re.1/per day will be collected till dues are paid. The fine so collected will be credited to Hostel funds. On failure to pay hostel dues the inmate will be allowed to continue in the hostel only till such time as his/her caution money covers the amount of hostel dues together with fine thereon.
Students leaving the hostel for vacation should pay up all their dues before they leave.
Room rent for the month will have to be paid in advance on the 7th of every month and in the case of an inmate joining the hostel in the course of a month, on the date of admission.
11. Medical Aid
Asst.Warden should be informed of all illness promptly. All ordinary and minor ailments will be attended by the Warden / Asst.Warden between 7 and 8 pm and no sick member shall remain in the hostel for more than 48 hours and he/she will be sent to the collegiate hospital for further treatment.
12. General Discipline
Members should keep their rooms scrupulously clean, soiled things and clothes should be stored out of sight. Discarded rags and papers should not be thrown about in the rooms, terrace and premises. The rooms, doors etc should not be disfigured by writing, stick- ing handbills, posters etc.
They should behave with restraint and decorum. Shouting, reading aloud and other acts likely to disturb other inmates during hours of study should be avoided at all times.
All members are expected to be in the hostel by 10pm. Lady students should be back in the hostel by 8pm, unless permission to stay out beyond 8pm is obtained from the Warden / Asst.Warden.
They should sleep and study in their own rooms.
Members are not allowed to remove any articles of furniture, fittings, light etc. belonging to the hostel. Any damage to the hostel property shall be immediately reported to the Warden / Asst. Warden. The cost of damage will be recovered from the individual concerned. If the person is not, traced, the members of the wing or flat concerned will be held responsible. In case of wanton damage, in addition to recovery of cost of repair, the Warden/Asst.warden might impose a suitable fine.
Members are not permitted to convene meetings of any sort anywhere in the hostel or its premises without the Warden/Asst.Warden’s written sanction obtained on written request.
No circular or subscription test shall be taken round except with the permission of the Warden/Asst.Warden.
There shall be an executive committee of inmates in each hostel consisting of Asst.Warden, Hostel Secretary, Reading Room Secretary, Garden / Phone Secretary and representative of the in- mates. The executive committee shall meet once every month. The general body meeting will be conducted as and when necessary and should be attended by all inmates.
No members shall take active part in political meetings, processions or propaganda. Disregard of this rule will lead to immediate expulsion from the hostel.
Members are forbidden from ill-treating any of the hostel servants and should not have any dealing with the servants.
Every member will report to the Warden/Asst.Warden in writing at the beginning and end of each term after his/her arrival and before his/her departure respectively. The dates of arrival and departure are to be entered by him/her in the books kept for the purpose in the hostel office. If a student is found in the hostel without reporting his arrival after reporting his departure, he/she will in addition to the usual electricity charges must pay a penalty of Re.1/- per day which will be credited to the hostel funds.
No student shall absent himself/herself from the hostel for any night without having previously obtained the permission of the Warden/ Asst.Warden. The main gates of the hostel will be closed every night at 10.15pm. Visitors who come to the hostel must leave be- fore 9.00pm.
All correspondence regarding the hostel should be made through the respective Warden / Asst.Warden.
Misconduct or breach of any of these rules of the hostel will render the offender liable to fine, suspension or dismissal.
All students before going away for the vacation or otherwise must see that all their dues are paid completely before leaving the station. Members are strictly advised not to leave any money or valuables in their rooms. The hostel authorities do not hold themselves responsible for money or goods lost by students or guests.
For convenience of members who go home during the holidays, the Warden/ Asst.Warden may arrange for their safe custody of their belongings during their absence at their own risk and the Warden / Asst.Warden will not be held responsible for any loss or damage to any such property.
No authorized person will be allowed within the hostel premises. Members are strictly prohibited from having any dealings inside the hostel with any business person except with licensed tradesmen, licenses will be issued to responsible tradesmen, dhobis, barbers, tailors, cloth vendors etc. on payment of a fixed deposit of Rs.50/- as caution money, which will be returned to the concerned person on their discontinuing the business in the hostel. Besides the above caution money, they will pay the following license fees in advance half yearly in October and April each year.
Tailor: Rs.5/- per mensum; Barber: Rs.5/- per mensum; Dhobi: Rs.5/- per mensum
15. Special Rules for Women Students
All residents must return to the hostel before 8pm unless they have obtained a late pass from the Warden / Asst.Warden.
Late passes to return before 10pm can be obtained from the War- den /Asst.Warden 4 times a month at the rate of one pass per week. Application for late pass in writing should reach the Warden /Asst. Warden by 1pm from Monday to Saturday. No application will be received on Sundays.
Visitors : Visitors may be seen between 4 and 6pm on all days of the week in the visitors room only. Every member shall before seeing the visitor make the following entries in a book provided for that purpose. i) Name of the visitor, designation or address; ii) His or her relationship with the member; iii) Member visited shall sign his/her name below the entries recorded above.
Each such recorded entry shall be looked into and initiats put before the end of the day by the Warden /Asst.Warden
Any member wishing to see a visitor at any other time shall first obtain the permission of the Warden /Asst.Warden. Men visitors may be seen only in the Visitor’s hall.
RULES AND REGULATIONS – LIBRARY
A. General Rules
The Librarian is in charge of all books in the Library and will be responsible to the Principal for their safety and maintenance in good condition. All books and journals received for the library will be entered in the stock register immediately under the appropriate section and shown to the officer in charge of Library.
The Library will be under the control of one of the members of the committee of management nominated by the Principal as the Officer in charge of the Library. In addition a three member committee will look into the day to day affairs of the library.
The selection of books for each department will be made by the Head of the Department periodically and the list sent to the officer in charge who will arrange the purchase according to availability of funds.
The library will be open from 10.00 am to 9.00pm on all working days and from 10am to 5pm on holidays and during vacation. The library will remain closed on the following holidays – Republic day, Easter, Vishu, Idul Fitur (Ramzan), May day, Bakrid, Independence Day, Onam (4 days), Gandhi Jayanthi, Mahanavami and Christmas.
The library is open to the students and members of the teaching staff of the college and to the medical officers of the hospital attached to the College.
Students are allowed to use the library as reference library only and they are not allowed to take away any book out of the library room.
All books are to be used with care. Students should not bring their own text books into the Library. They should write their names and time of entrance and departure from the library in the register kept at the entrance.
The members to whom the book is issued is fully responsible for the book and any damage caused will be made good by him.
Date labels, book pocket etc. pasted inside the book should not be tampered with. No member shall write upon and damage or make any mark on any book belonging to the library.
Bags and brief cases are not allowed inside the library.
B. Atmosphere of study
Silence to be strictly observed in the library. Readers in the library are prohibited from engaging in conversation, misusing furniture or conducting themselves in any manner calculated to disturb or distract the attention of others using the library.
Persons making use of the library shall observe the regulations concerning the dress and general rules of good behaviour as set forth in the college calendar.
Readers in the library are forbidden from stretching their legs on the table.
Smoking is forbidden in the library.
Failure to observe the above rules or part of rules will be reported to the Principal by the Librarian.
C. Loan of Books
Any member of the teaching staff is entitled to take one book at a time and will be permitted to retain it for a period not exceeding 15 days. A fine of 10 paise per day will be levied beyond that period. The fine has to be paid in the college office and the receipt produced in the library. The loan of book can be renewed provided there is no demand for it from the other members. Books taken from the library should not be sublet. The time of issue of books will be from 10.00 am to 5.00 pm.
If any book issued to the member is lost, the cost for replacement of the book will be realized from him. If the book cannot be replaced, the committee will decide the compensation to be paid. Books on loan with the members can be recalled by the library at any time.
Manuscripts, reference books, and damaged books are not issued on loan. These can be consulted inside the library only. Loose issue of periodicals will not be taken on loan by members of the teaching staff and post graduate students.
A list of new books bought for the library will be put up on the library notice board. Such books will be released for loan after 15 days from the date of putting up the list. Till such date they will be treated as books in the reserved sequence / category.
Outsiders will be permitted to use the library with the permission of the officer in charge of library.
D. Complaints and Suggestions
All suggestions and complaints by the staff and students should be properly recorded in separate books maintained for that purpose in the library and staff common room. At the end of every academic year all the books in the library will be checked by a responsible officer nominated by the Principal and his report will be submitted to the Principal.
E. Department Library
The head of each Department is allowed to keep a Department Library consisting of not more than 300 books by selecting the necessary books required for each department from the General Library, provided duplicate copies of those books are available or if they are of interest only to that department.
LIBRARY ADVISORY COMMITTEE
|Dr.P.V.Narayanan, Vice Principal||Vice Chairman|
|Dr.Jean Maliekkal, Officer i/c of LibraryProfessor of Physiology||Member|
|Dr.P.K.Sasidharan, Professor of Medicine||” ”|
|Dr.Sreelatha.M, Professor of Nephrology||” ”|
|Dr.Arivu Selvan, Professor of Anatomy||” ”|
|Dr.Najeeba Riyaz, Professor of Dermatology||” ”|
|Dr.Khadeeja Mumtaz, Professor of Obstetrics & Gynaecology||” ”|
|Dr.M.Feroze, Associate Professor of Pathology||” ”|
|10||Dr.M.P.Sreejayan, Associate Professor of Surgery||” ”|
|11||Sri.Sathyanathan, Chief Librarian||” ”|
|3||Sri.Jamal Mohemmed Abdul Nasar.N||Librarian Gr.IV|
|4||Faisal Marakkar.M.P||Librarian Gr.IV|
COUNCIL OF ANTI-RAGGING
THE KERALA PROHIBITION OF RAGGING ORDINANCE, 1997
To prohibit ragging in educational institutions in the State of Kerala
• Short title, extend of commencement –
(1) This ordinance may be called the Kerala Prohibition of Ragging Ordinance, 1997
(2) It extends to the whole of the State of Kerala
(3) It shall come into force at once
• Definition – in this ordinance, unless the context otherwise requires “ragging” means display of disorderly conduct, doing any act which causes or is likely to cause physical or psychological harm or raise apprehension or fear or shame or embarrassment to a student in any educational institution and includes;
(a) teasing, abusing or playing practical jokes on or causing hurt to such student;
(b) asking the student to do any act or perform something which such student will not in the ordinary course willingly do.
• Prohibition of ragging – Ragging within or without any educational institution is prohibited.
• Penalty for ragging – whoever directly or indirectly commits, participates in, abets or propagates ragging within, or without, any educational institution, shall, on conviction be punished with imprisonment or fine which may extend to ten thousand rupees.
• Dismissal of students – Any student convicted of an offense under section 4 shall also be dismissed from the educational institution and such student shall not be admitted in any other educational institution for a period of five years from the date of order of such dismissal.
• Suspension of student: (1) without prejudice of the foregoing provisions, whenever any student complains of ragging to the head of an educational institution or to any other person responsible for the management of educational institution, such head of the educational institution or person responsible for the management of the educational institution shall inquire into the same immediately and if found true shall suspend the student, who has committed the offence, from the educational institu tion.
(2) The decision of the head of the educational institution, that any student has indulged in ragging under subsection (1) shall be final.
• Deemed Abetment: If the head of the educational institution or the person responsible for the management of the educational institution fails or neglects to take action in the manner specified in sub-section (1) of section 6 when a complaint of ragging is made, such persons shall be deemed to have abetted the offense of ragging and shall, on conviction, be punished as provided for in section 4.
GOVT MEDICAL COLLEGE KOZHIKODE
Ragging is totally prohibited in the campus and anyone found guilty of ragging and / or abetting ragging whether actively or passively,or being a part of conspiracy to promote ragging, is liable to be punished in accordance with UGC Regulations 2009 as well as under the provisions of any penal law for the time being in force.
As per UGC Regulations on curbing the menace of Ragging in Higher Educational Institutions, 2009, Ragging constitutes one or more of any of following acts:
1. Any act of financial extortion or forceful expenditure burden put on a fresher or any other student by students
2. Any act by senior student that prevents, disrupts or disturbs the regular academic activity of any other student or a fresher
3. Indulging in rowdy or indiscipline activities by any student which causes or is likely to cause annoyance, hardship, physical or psychological harm or to raise fear or apprehension thereof in any fresher or any other student
4. Asking any student to do any act which he/she will not in the ordinary course do and which has the effect of causing or generating a sense of shame, or torment or embarrassment so as to adversely affect the physique or psyche of such fresher or any other student
5. Any conduct by any student whether by words spoken or written or by act which has the effect of teasing, treating or handling with rudeness a fresher or any other student
6. Exploiting the service of a fresher or any other student for completing the academic tasks assigned to an individual or a group of students
7. Any act that affects the mental health and self- confidence of a fresher or any other student with or without an intent to derive a sadistic pleasure or showing off power, authority or superiority by a student over any fresher or any other student.
8. Any act of physical abuse including all variants of it: sexual abuse, homosexual assaults, stripping, forcing obscene and lewd acts/ gestures, causing bodily harm or any other danger to health or person
9. Any act or abuse by spoken words, email, post, public insults which would also include deriving perverted pleasure, vicarious or sadistic thrill from activity or passively participating in the discomfiture to fresher or any other student
Medical college ensures that the congenial and welcoming environment is given to the fresh students. Students or parents are encouraged to make written or verbal complaints. They are free to meet the Principal or any other faculty at any time or telephonically make a complaint..
Anti ragging committee and antiragging squad are formed in the college to prevent this menace in the campus.
Anti ragging Committee
|Dr C Ravindran, Principal||04952350200|
|Dr P V Narayanan, Vice Principal||04952350202|
|Head of Dept of Surgery|
|Head of Dept of Paediatrics|
|Head of Dept of Gynaecology|
|Head of Dept of Anatomy|
|Head of Dept of Microbiology|
|Head of Dept of Biochemistry|
|Head of Dept of Pathology|
|Asst wardens of all Hostels|
|College Union chairman|
|Junior Supdt, Academic session|
|Circle Inspector of Police, Medical college, Police Station|
|Chairperson, Women’s complaint redressal cell|
Anti ragging Squad
|Dr P V Narayanan, Vice Principal||0495 2350202|
|Dr K Rajeevan, Professor of Pathology|
|Dr Sajith Kumar K G, Addl prof of medicine|
|Dr Mini C H Assoc Professor of O &G|
|Dr Geetha A, Assoc prof of Biochemistry|
|Dr P Geetha, Asst. Prof of Paediatrics|
|Dr T M Ramachandran, Addl Prof, gastroenterology|
|Asst Wardens of all Hostels|
|General Secretary, CollegeUnion|
|Secretary, Alumni Association|
This Code of Conduct, as amended from time to time, is applicable to all medical students. A Student committing any breach of discipline as specified below will render himself / herself liable for disciplinary action :-
(a) Found indulging in ragging of juniors.
(b) Absence from lectures/clinics/practical/training programmes without any valid reason/permission.
(c) Absence from hostel, without leave/permission.
(d) Overstay of sanctioned leave/vacation.
(e) Absence from university exam without any valid reason like sickness/hospitalization etc.
(f) Prolonged absence from college without permission from college.
(g) Absence from college exams without valid reason.
(h) Using unfair means in tests/examinations/practicals.
(i) Absence from other place/activity officially requiring the presence of the students.
(j) Improper turnout such as wearing unauthorized items, not shaving, improper haircut etc.
(k) Moral turpitude or misbehavior and misconduct of any kind with associates, staff, patients and outsiders.
(l) Use of criminal force to fellow students.
(m) Neglect of studies and unsatisfactory progress in academics.
(n) Disobedience of orders and insubordination to staff.
(o) Loss/damage to govt. property. Identity card is deemed to be Govt property.
(p) Drug abuse, i.e. possession/consumption of wines, spirits or any habit forming drugs.
(q) Violation of standing orders or any other orders of Principal.
(r) Eve teasing of colleagues/creating nuisance in the class or during organized functions.
(s) Failing to pay respects to seniors.
(t) Unauthorized communication/association with foreign nationals, press, civil organization/bodies, undesirable persons and political parties in India and abroad.
(u) Keeping unauthorized occupants including friends and relatives in the hostel.
(v) Entry into areas so declared Out of Bounds by college authorities.
(w) Failure to report unusual occurrence.
(x) Collection of funds for any purpose, unless authorized by college authorities.
(y) Refusal to accept any duty allotted by any superior or senior staff.
(z) Joint action by medical students e.g. agitation strike etc.
(a1) Grouping under the banner of religious or political outfits should be avoided. Nobody should try to force their belief or habits on other students.
(a2) Complaint/any adverse report of breach of discipline or an act contrary to good orderly conduct received from officer or other unit/agency.
(a3) Negligence or an act of omission or commission in the duties of students appointments.
(a4) Failure to pay college/mess dues by stipulated time.
(a5) Unbecoming conduct on the part of a student of the college.
(a6) Any other breach of discipline not mentioned above but contrary to any provision of the Code of Conduct, Dean’s weekly order or Notices/Instructions issued from to time.
Penalties and Punishments
The competent authorities to award penalties/punishments will be as approved by Dean.
Removal from College Rolls
A student will be removed from the rolls of the College by the appropriate authority on the grounds of :-
(a) Unsatisfactory disciplinary conduct.
(b) Unsatisfactory progress during training.
(c) Absence from college and /or failure to appear in University examinations
Suspension from College
A student may be suspended for a term or more on academic grounds as decided by the academic committee of the college. A student may be suspended for a term or more by the college authorities on disciplinary or administrative reasons.
On suspension or being struck off college rolls the student will vacate the hostel within 48 hours and proceed directly to the place of residence of his parent (s) or his legal guardian if parents are not alive. The college has no liability, whatsoever, if the cadet proceeds elsewhere.
Fine of Rs 250 can be imposed on minor offenses by the Asst Warden or Head of Deparmentt. A fine of up to Rs 1000 will be imposed by the Principal.
Publication of Punishment and Penalties
Major/Serious punishments and penalties will be published in the College notice board.
All students will study this code of conduct rules and acknowledge it in writing and submit the undertaking to the Principal as per format below.
I ………………………………………(name of student)………son of / daughter of Shri……………………………. hereby state that I have read and understood the Code of Conduct for Students of Govt. Medical College, Kozhikode. I promise to follow it in letter and spirit. In case of any breach of rules I am liable to disciplinary action as per rules.
Date: (Signature of Student)
Name of Student……………… Roll No……………………….. MBBS Term……………………
RULES AND REGULATIONS – Campus & Hostel
1. Attendance shall be taken before each lecture, practical class or clinics in the hospital wards.
2. The students are expected to stand up and wish the teachers as he/she enters the class.
3. Students are expected to assemble in the classroom 5 minutes before the appointed hour when the roll shall be called and absence of any student noted. All students should stand up and those coming into the class room after roll call may be refused admission or deprived of attendance. A student who disturbs the class in any manner or does not keep discipline may be expelled from the class by the teacher. A student so expelled shall be deemed to be absent without leave. Should this punishment be deemed insufficient, a report shall be made to the principal.
4. Students are not permitted to remain in the lecture rooms except during the hours of instruction.
Books and Apparatus
Every student shall provide himself/herself with the prescribed text books, instruments etc.
Every student to whom books or other property like glasswares of Government are issued shall be held responsible for their preservation in good condition and in the event of their being lost or damaged shall be required to replace them or de- fray their cost.
Students are forbidden to address directly the higher authorities or Government. Direct communications intended for any higher authority must be submitted through the principal who will for- ward them if he/she considers it desirable. Students desirous of addressing the principal by letter must do so separately.
Students should reach the examination hall half- an-hour before the examination and will not be permitted inside if late by more than 30 minutes.They should not talk to each other or make unnecessary noise in the examination hall. They are not permitted to bring books, papers or mobile phones inside the hall. If found to be guilty in any of these, he/she will be expelled from the examination hall and appropriate disciplinary action will be taken as per college and university regulations.
Forgery and Cheating
Any student who is found guilty of using unfair means – cheating or endeavoring to cheat by taking unauthorized books, pamphlets or papers, mobile phone, voice receiver, voice recorder, etc into the examination hall or trying to gain information from fellow students while in the examination hall will render himself/ herself liable to be suspended from the institution. Any form of cheating/forging/stating falsehood in any activity while at the institution will be severely dealt with.
White Apron/overcoat with Name Plate (identity card issued by the institution) will be worn by all students over dress compulsorily while in College Complex. White Coats will only be worn during practical, dissections or ward work. At other times they will be neatly folded and carried. Stethoscopes during ward work will be carried in the clinical examination-set bag.
Dress Code for students will be as under:-
Shirt & Trouser (Pants) with Shoes
Salwar kameez or Saree and blouse. Jeans, T-Shirts, Skirts, Sleeveless dress, Sports shoes are not permitted.
Place of Duty
Place of duty will be any place where the medical stu- dents are required to be present for prescribed organized training/extracurricular functions and addresses by Principal/VIPs.
Prohibition of Ragging
Any form of ragging is strictly prohibited in this institution which includes abusing, harassing, ill-treating, manhandling, bullying or awarding undignified or unauthorized punishment to a student by any other student. Strict disciplinary action will be taken against any student indulging in ragging and he/she may be expelled from college.
Students will neither borrow nor lend money nor incur debts while undergoing training at the institution. No credit accounts will be maintained with canteens/cafeterias, shops or loan taken from any other student, shopkeepers or any other person. Dues to the college and students messes will be paid by the stipulated time, failing which a fine on daily basis may be charged.
Students are responsible for the safe custody of their personal belongings. While joining the college the students will not bring any items of jewellery, curios and other fancy or valuable items with them.
Any student who is found guilty of stealing or in possession of stolen private or public property will be liable to be with- drawn from the institution in addition to appropriate disciplinary/ legal action.
All forms of gambling are forbidden.
Possession or consumption of any harmful and intoxicating drugs by students in any form is prohibited. All performance-enhancing drugs are also prohibited. Indulging in use of any such substances will result in disciplinary action which may include supension.
Students will not deface, mutilate or damage any building or property belonging to the College or individual or cut/up- root any plants or trees especially in the college or hostel premises.
Students will not cut or otherwise deface desks, tables, seats or any other furniture within the institution.
Liquor and Cigarettes
The college and hospital campuses are NO SMOKING ZONES. Students are forbidden to consume alcoholic beverages and smoke within the institution premises.
Wearing of Sun Glasses
Medical students are not permitted to wear sunglasses during classes, practicals, clinics and outdoor training or any other organized activity unless specifically advised to do so on medical grounds.
Mark of Respect/Compliments
The medical students will pay proper respects to staff members as per customs while meeting them/coming across them within and outside the College campus in uniform or otherwise.
Mode of Address
While addressing officers, medical students will use the word “Sir/Madam” and in a manner which will show proper respect.
Channel of Communication
A Student wishing to seek an interview with the Dean or desiring to refer a matter to higher authorities will do so through proper channel
Students should address all hostel related matters to the Asst. Warden first and then to the Principal.
For any personal problems of distressing and confidential nature the students may directly approach Tutor Guardians
Hair-Cut / Maintenance and Shaving Discipline
Medical students, both boys and girls, will ensure proper hair discipline.
Out of Bounds
The following places will be “Out of Bounds: for medical students :-
Girls Hostels for male medical students and male visitors.
Students should keep their hostel rooms tidy and clean. They should not deface or damage hostel buildings.
Students may receive visitors only during the timings given below. No single lady other than mother and sister will be allowed to meet a Student.
(a) Working day timings – 1630hrs to 1930hrs
(b) Sunday and Holiday – 1000hrs to 1930hrs
(a) Students are allowed to take their guests only to the Visitors
Room in the hostel.
Wireless Sets/Music System
Students are permitted to keep/use music system with output not more than 50W in their hostel rooms.
(b) Guests are prohibited from attending college Socials unless otherwise permitted.
Medical students are not permitted to take up any type
of full time/part time employment or indulge in any kind of busi- ness during the course.
College union elections will be conducted as per Lingdho committee recommendations. Decision of the Principal and Returning officer will be final. Any activity to convene or win votes other than permitted will be punishable. Students are not permitted to be involved in violent activities in connection with the election.
All the functions and programmes conducted by the students will be under the leadership of elected union. No meetings, functions or co curricular activities will be permitted in the campus without the concurrence of College Union and staff advisor. Guests or Dignitaries invited to the campus for any functions will be de- cided by the Principal and College Committee of Management.
Study tour is permitted once during the course. It should be undertaken with the permission of the principal. The student should be accompanied by at least 2 faculty members out of which one will be an associate professor.
Students falling sick and requiring medical attendance may seek the help of the Principal or any medical member of the teaching staff who will arrange for proper medical attention and treatment. At the time of admission there will be a medical check up and an individual card will be given. Whenever medical aid is required, the card has to be taken out and the medical officer will enter the details on this card.
RULES AND REGULATIONS – GENERAL
Discipline is the foundation on which the institution functions. As students of the prestigious College, it is incumbent on all to develop self-discipline of the highest degree. It should, therefore be the endeavor of every medical student to observe all the rules and regulations as a matter of habit rather than because of fear of the consequences. Students will at all times, conduct them- selves with proper decorum and cultivate correct manners and etiquette.
Attendance at all organized academic and extracurricular activities is compulsory except for valid reasons like hospitalization/ sick at home/duly sanctioned leave. Leave application should be submitted before proceeding on leave. All students will ensure that they are punctual at their places of duty. For sitting in University Examination a student must have minimum of 80% attendance. Student absent with out proper leave application will undergo disciplinary action such as informing parents, suspending from classes and withholding promotion.
No certificate of attendance will be granted to any student unless he/she has shown satisfactory progress to the authorities responsible for granting the certificate and he/she has paid all the dues against him/her.
CONDITIONS TO BE SATISFIED BEFORE SENDING STUDENTS FOR UNIVERSITY EXAMINATIONS
Every student must put in the required attendance in lectures, practical classes and hospital wards. It should be certified by Professor and Head of Department that the progress of each student is satisfactory and conduct is good.
Each student must have paid all demands against him.
Rules for the Guidance and Conduct of candidates during examinations
Class Examinations, written, practical and oral will be conducted regularly to assess the student’s progress. Since the marks obtained in these examinations will be taken into consideration in determining the results of the university examinations, the rule for the conduct of these examinations will be the same as for the University Examinations.
Candidates should take their place in the examination hall at least 30 minutes before the time scheduled. A candidate coming late by more than half an hour from the commencement of the examination shall not be admitted.
Before entering the examination hall, all books, notes and papers should be left outside. Candidates must provide themselves with pens, pencils and drawing materials. Answer books or paper will be supplied.
Candidates are required to maintain strict silence in the examination hall.
No candidate shall ordinarily be allowed to leave the examination room till the expiry of at least half an hour after the question paper has been given out and no candidate who leaves the room during the period allotted for a paper shall be allowed to return within the period. In case of urgent necessity a candidate may with the special permission of the superintendent, temporarily leave the examination room, but during his or her stay outside, he or she must be under the surveillance of a trustworthy person to be deputed by the Superintendent for that purpose.
Any candidate wishing to ask a question will rise from his or her seat and remain standing until the superintendent comes to him/ her, but he/she will on no account leave his/her seat or will he/she be allowed to make any noise to call the attention of the superintendent.
They are also prohibited from introducing into the examination room any book or portion of book, manuscript or paper of any description.
Candidates are prohibited from communicating with or copying from each other and from communicating with any person outside the examination hall.
Any candidate detected violating these rules will be sent out of the room forthwith and the matter reported to the Principal. In the case of malpractice in the class examination by any student, he/she would be immediately sent out of the examination hall and dealt with as per University Examination Rules.
Candidates are not allowed to exceed the time assigned for the paper. The entrance of persons not connected with the examination into the examination hall is strictly forbidden. Candidates should not leave their seats without the permission of the superintendent before the conclusion of the examination.
Every candidate should write his or her register number legibly on the outer cover of his/her answer book. Any candidate found guilty of making any objectionable or improper remarks on his or her answer papers will be reported to the Principal for such action as may be deemed fit. However in the class examination, name and roll number of the student should be written.
Students who absent themselves from the class examination without leave will be considered to have sat for the examination and obtained zero mark. Absence due to illness or other inevitable reasons will be excused provided leave is applied for and granted by the Principal / Head of the Department.
In the case of students who are granted leave for absence from examinations the marks of these examinations will not be taken into account in calculating class average.
Students are expected to write only answers of questions on the answer book. They are prohibited from writing any other matter failing which the paper will be considered as invalid.
NB: Non appearance at the University Examination following failure in the class examination will be considered as failures in the examination as contemplated in section 14 of the University Ordinance.
COUNCIL OF ADMINISTRATION
1. The council of administration will have jurisdiction over the management of the college and the teaching hospital attached thereto.
2. The term of the Council of Administration will be for a period of two years from the date of constitution.
3. The first meeting will be convened within one month of the date of reconstitution. The Principal will be responsible for convening the meetings of the council and preparing and maintaining the records relating to the proceedings of the meetings. He will also take follow-up action in regard to the recommendation of the Council.
4. The council will be an executive council in character. All decisions on matters within the jurisdiction and power of the council shall be binding on the members. The chairman shall have a casting vote, if members are divided equally.
5. All matters of common interest to the college and the teaching hospitals attached thereto, will be brought before the Council by the Principal for discussion and decision. All resolutions submitted to him by the members of the council or any resolution initiated by him shall be brought before the council at the next earliest meeting for discussion and decision. The council may set aside any resolution or veto any recommendation passed by the committee of management or any action taken by the Superintendent, Medical College Hospital.
6. The budget of the institutions within the College Campus, shall be framed by the Council of Administration.
7. The Council is a high power body and its decision as approved by Government shall be final. The minutes of the meeting shall be submit- ted to Government within a week after the meeting. Any member disagreeing with the majority opinion may submit, if he thinks necessary, a dissenting note within 48 hours, which will be forwarded by the Principal along with the minutes of the meeting.
8. The Principal shall be Chief Executive Officer of the Council of the college and the teaching hospitals attached to the College.
9. In case it became necessary to take any emergent action, the Principal may do so and report the matter to the Council of Administration for approval and ratification at its next meeting.
10. All decisions of the College Committee of Management should be submitted for the approval of the Council of Administration.
11.All cases of serious misconduct on the part of the students involving loss of their certificates or their removal or expulsion from the college and all questions of promotion; term certificates and scholarships shall be dealt with by the Council.
12. The Principal will be in charge of the administration of the College.