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Rules and Regulations

Good manners and behaviour

Bethany Navajeevan College of Education being a community of prospective teachers, the staff and management, tending towards a common goal, life in the campus must be inspired by unity, mutual trustand cooperation among these partners. The following general code of conduct should be observed.
  • Every student should obey the rules and regulations relating to attendance, library, college-fees, examinations, tests etc.,
  • Students are forbidden to smoke in the college premises, to write to make any marks on the walls or to throw paper or ink on the floor of the class room or the verandas.
  • Students are not allowed to stand or walk along the verandas of the college during class hours.
  • Strict silence must be observed during class hours in the classrooms.
  • Students are expected to be true gentle person, by being courteous to all, especially to their professors and elders.
  • When a lecturer or any other member of the staff enters a class, the students must stand up and not sit down until he/she invites them to do so or he/she himself takes the seat. They should likewise stand up when he/she leaves the class.
  • No student should leave the classroom during a lecture without permission of the lecturer. Similarly no student should call out any student from the class without permission from the lecturer.
  • Any difference that may arise among the students, staff and management should be resolved by peaceful methods. Requests, petitions, appeals and complaints of any kind must be made to the staff concerned and never directly to higher authorities.
  • College property and furniture should be handled with care and anyone who damages them will be held liable to pay for the damage caused. Stealing of college property or belongings of others constitute a serious offence and immediate sanction will be imposed. Lights and fans in the classroom must be switched off when there is no lecture in that class.
    Students will not be permitted to take away any broken apparatus from the college.
  • Lecturers and students should park their cycles, scooters etc., in the respective stands and not anywhere in the campus.
  • Any organized form of social or cultural celebrations or activities by students either inside the campus or outside should be done only with the explicit permission of the Principal and under the guidance of the staff.
  • Cell Phones are not permitted. If any student possesses Cell Phone, it will be confiscated from him/her. It will not be returned also.
  • Students are responsible for the safety of their own belongings. The college will not assume any responsibility for the loss of their belonging.
  • Nobody is allowed to meet the student-teachers and staff other than the specified time without the permission of the Principal.
  • Reasonable complaints can be brought to the notice of the authorities.

Personal hygiene of the student-teachers

  • The uniform must be clean, complete and they need to be well dressed.
  • Hairstyle of girls: put up hair with black clips. Girls are not allowed to keep flowers on their head.
  • The boys should be clean shaved and tuck in their shirts. The boys should cut their hairs neatly.
  • All the student teachers should have their I. D. cards. CONVEYANCE
  • Student teachers are provided to and fro conveyance by College bus. An application form has to be filled in and submitted by those students who intend to use the bus services.
  • The boarding point and other details have to be clearly mentioned in the application form.
  • The bus fees will be charged according to the distance.
  • Any communication with regard to conveyance has to be brought to the college office and not through the drivers.
  • Disciplinary Regulations (Cfr. Tamil Nadu Educational Rules (1973) Nos.93-98)

    • Students are forbidden to organize or attend any meetings in the college premises, or collect money for any purpose without the explicit permission of the Principal.
    • No student who has been convicted of any offence in a criminal court will be allowed to continue his studies in the College.
    • Students should abstain from active participation in party or communal politics.
    • Students who indulge in political propaganda or who organize fellow students into political factions in the premises of the college, or who otherwise engage themselves in party politics are liable to be expelled from the college.
    • Under educational rules of the Tamil Nadu government (1978) the management has full power to inflict the following punishment: fine, loss of term certificate, suspension and expulsion from the college, if any student is guilty of rudeness of behaviour and gross breach of conduct rules.
    • Students should not indulge in any activity leading to the disruption or peace and discipline and dislocation of normal work in the college premises. Those who are guilty of violation of this rule will be severely dealt with.
    • Ragging of any kind is strictly forbidden; anyone who is guilty of ragging will be summarily and severely punished.
    • Students who are guilty of (i) rude language towards the staff of the college, (ii) assault or attempt to assault staff or fellow of the college will be expelled from the college.
    • If a college professor or a lecturer by speech or otherwise seeks to mislead his/her students into activities deemed objectionable, he/she is to be punished for dereliction of duty.