Rules & Regulations:
- Students must observe rules and regulations in force for the smooth functioning of the college. They shall not indulge in any activity inside or outside the college that tarnishes the image of the institute.
- Students should not loiter in the campus and must observe silence near Principal’s cabin / Staff Room, Library, staircase and the office.
- They should not smoke, chew paan or gutkha.
- Use of mobile phones is strictly prohibited in the college premises. Any student found using cell phones will be penalized.
- They must always wear their identity cards.
- They are expected to take care of the college property. Any damage to furniture, fittings, equipment and books will invite strict punishment.
- They are expected to read notices regularly. Ignorance under any circumstance will not be condoned.
- They are answerable to their teachers and Principal for their conduct in public.
- Any student found persistently mischievous or guilty of any malpractice in connection with examinations or having an adverse influence on his/her fellow students may be suspended for a specified period or expelled permanently. Such a student may not be admitted in the following academic year.
- Students shall not organise any picnics, excursions, trips, etc. without prior permission from the Principal.
“Ragging is prohibited and is notified as a cognizable offence by the Government of Maharashtra under Maharashtra Prohibition of Ragging Act, 1999. Anyone reported to be involved in any form of ragging will be severely dealt with”
REF.: University Grants Commission Circular No. F.1-16/2009(CPP-II), dated September 2009 as per the order of the Hon. Supreme Court of Â India vide ref. no.: In SLP No. 24295 of 2006.]
- Ragging means causing physical and / or mental trauma to a person as a result of physical abuse, manhandling , using abusive language or gestures or forcing to perform acts that may cause physical/mental damage.
- Ragging is a social, cultural and psychological menace.
- Students are urged to keep-up the glorious tradition of RMLI and not to indulge in any activity within or outside the campus that may be construed as or amounts to ragging.om the Institution, but the matter will be reported to Police / Legal authorities, for further necessary action.
- REMEMBER, RMLI STANDS FOR CULTURE, DISCIPLINE AND ETHICAL VALUES THAT CAN NOT BE COMPROMISED AT ANY COST.
- BE AN IDEAL & NOBLE CITIZEN || CURB AND UP-ROOT RAGGING ||
- Any student, if found involved in any such activity directly or indirectly shall be expelled from the college and actions will be taken according to
- REPORT INCIDENCE OF RAGGING IF ANY, TO THE PRINCIPAL / TEACHERS / ANTI RAGGING COMMITTEE MEMBERS . Contact :0240 2344511.
- The Anti-Ragging & Discipline Committee
Mrs. Neeta Panchal
Mr. Kiran Bodse
- All students must come neatly and decently dressed in college uniform
- The college insists on 100% attendance by students during lectures/tutorials/practicals. For granting terms, 75% attendance separately in lectures/practicals/ tutorials is required.
- Third-year students must note that their examination forms will not be sent to the University, or if already sent, will be withdrawn if their attendance and general conduct are not satisfactory.
- Students who fail to maintain 75% attendance will not be granted terms and will not be allowed to appear in examinations.
- Those students who on account of illness or any other valid reason wish to take leave should apply to the Principal for leave of absence within three days from the date of commencement of such leave, or else they will be treated as defaulters.
- Students who request leave of absence from lectures/tutorials/practicals for participation in sports, cultural or any other activities, for and on behalf of the college/ activity group, should submit an application countersigned by the respective teacher in-charge to the Chairperson of Attendance Committee.
- Parents of students are requested to kindly contact the teacher in-charge of the class, head of the department or the Principal at least once in a term to keep themselves informed about their ward’s attendance and progress.
Right to information
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