Rules & Regulations


  1. Students must be present on the first day of every semester if not penalty will be imposed on Classes will be held between 9 A.M and 5.15 P.M. on Mondays to Friday and between 9 A.M and 1 P.M on Saturdays. Saturday afternoons will be devoted to extracurricular activities.
  2. At the first or warning bell for class, given 5 minutes before the hour fixed each session, students should enter class and occupy their places. At the second bell the lecturers enter classes and the students should stand in respectful silence to receive them.
  3. During the first hour in the morning when the second bell is given, student should stands for a minute silent When the attendance roll is called out, each one rises and answers to his/her
  4. Late comers can enter the class only if permitted by the They may be marked present at the end of the hour only if there is sufficient reason for being late. Those who depend on public conveyance to come to the College, should leave their homes early enough to avoid peak hours and be at the College well in time.
  5. No student is allowed to leave the class room without the lecturer’s permission or until the class is over.
  6. If the concerned lecturer is absent, students shall not loiter in the campus. They are expected to be in the library
  7. Every class, under the guidance of the class representatives, is responsible for the cleanliness of the room/rooms allotted. The class representatives must ensure that all lights and fans are switched off before they leave the classrooms.
  8. After class hours no student is expected to remain on the campus unless there is a programme or games practice. All extracurricular activities cease at 5.30 P.M. Students have to vacate the campus by 5.30 P.M.
  9. The college is under the CCTV surveillance camera.
  10. Books, magazines, newspapers etc, not approved by the Principal, are not allowed to be brought to the college.
  11. Boys and girls are expected to conduct themselves with dignity and They should observe norms of decency, propriety and mutual respect in their interrelationships.
  12. Posters, notices etc must not be put up without the permission of the Principal or the Vice Principal or HOD’s
  13. Every student should wear an identity card issued by the College inside the college premises which should be produced whenever asked for, especially when dealing with the office and library.
  14. Students are not permitted to park four wheelers within the college premises. Those who come by two wheelers should have a valid driving licence and insurance. To avoid noise pollution and disturbance, the vehicles should have efficient silencers. Students are allotted to park their two wheelers only in the place allotted to Rash driving inside and outside the campus will be dealt severely.
  15. The students who come to the college with the vehicles are to register their vehicles in the college office and obtain suitable gate pass to bring their vehicle inside the college
  16. Outstation students are required to live either with relatives or guardians or in a hostel or lodging house or rooms approved by the College authorities. Residing in hostels is not permitted. Outstation students living in rented houses/flats should invariably inform the Principal, the details of place of The students should respect the rights and duties of other students in the campus. You should behave with decorum with the students in the campus. Since Loyola Institutions is made up of primary, secondary, higher secondary school and social work
  17. Students are advised to maintain the cleanliness of classroom & environmental awareness by keeping the campus clean, green and plastic free.
  18. Students are not allowed to take part in any political agitation directed against the authority of They are also forbidden to engage prominently in any public movement without permission from the Principal. They are further to observe all the disciplinary regulations which the management may frame from time to time.
  19. Catholic student are advised to frequent sacraments.
  20. Letters officially addressed to the Principal should enclose reply postage. Only official letter will be handed over to the students. Private letters will be re-directed to home or hostel address.
  21. Students are not authorized to collect donations from public for any of the College activity without the permission of the Educational tours are to be organised with the prior permission of the For all such programmes written permission of the parents is required.
  22. The students are not permitted to celebrate any religious festivals within the College campus without the prior permission of the principal.
  23. Attendance at classes and examinations, progress, as well as the conduct of the student will be taken into consideration while recommending students for merit certificates, concessions, scholarships, higher studies, jobs as well as for representing the College in extra mural activities.
  24. Students are not permitted to use mobile phones within the College building. Such items, if confiscated, will not be returned.
  25. Students are not supposed to play or listen to music using mobiles phones or any other electronic devices, in the college campus.
  26. Students attending class or other gatherings within the College are expected to be neatly dressed in accordance with the rules of approved etiquette.


  1. Ragging is a major offence. Those who indulge in ragging, even in a ‘friendly’ way, or encourage ragging, will face immediate dismissal from the No justification in this regard is acceptable.

Ragging is a cognizable offence and those indulge in it or encourage it will be handed over to the law as per G.O. Ed 122 URC 96 dated 16-1-97

  1. Without obtaining prior permission from the Principal, no picnics, send-off parties and get-together in which our College students are involved, either in the campus or in any other place are to be Strict disciplinary action will be taken against those who violate these rules.
  2. Taking tuition outside the College is strongly discouraged. Students who have particular difficulty in any subject are recommended to approach the lecturers for help. They are also advised to attend remedial classes organized for such students.


  • Students must not join any club or society or make any engagement that may interfere with their studies  without the Principal’s permission.
  • The students are not allowed to affiliate themselves to any organization. If the students involve themselves or participate or support any ant-institution, anti-management, anti-college, activities are liable to be suspended till the further If found guilty the students are dismissed from the college.
  • Irregularity in attendance, insubordination, discourtesy to staff members, habitual inattention and late coming, neglect of work, obscenity in word or act are punishable by permanent or temporary dismissal. Minor offences are punishable by a fine or loss of
  • Though the college is not responsible for the conduct of its students outside the college premises, it will take note of any serious misconduct of a student outside the campus or any action of a student that disrespect the college by indulging in misconduct or antisocial
  • Students involved in physical fights and/or gang fights will be immediately dismissed from the college at any time of the academic year. Principal’s decision in this regard will be final.
  • Stealing records, notes, textbooks, work books, assignments, , of classmates/college mates will result in strict disciplinary action amounting to suspension/ dismissal.
  • Shooting videos or clicking snaps of students, Principal, teachers or any other staff in the campus and posting obscene messages about them on social networking sites is strictly prohibited. Any such activity by the students will be treated as an
  • Students are not permitted to smoke on the campus or come to the College under the influence of They are liable to disciplinary action if found smoking or under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

Library Regulations

  • The library is designed in such a way to accommodate the reference section, digital section, journal section, lecturer reading section and the stack and reading section.
  • The reference section is provided with the books which are to be taken to read in the section itself and will not be Therefore strict silence has to be maintained in the reference section and an atmosphere of study is appreciated.
  • The digital section is provided with digital books which are to be read in the digital section of the library.
  • The reference books are lent only to photocopy, with the issue of the ID If the students do not return the reference books in time suitable penalty will be fined.
  • The library will be open from 8:00 a.m to 4:30 p.m on all working days and during the vacation. On Saturday, it will be open from 8:00 a.m to 12.30 p.m. Personal books, belongings like bags, jackets etc., should be kept in the shelf provided.
  • Students have to apply for the books required for their studies according to the time table displayed by the librarians
  • Name of the book, author, accession number and the call number of the book must be clearly stated when applying for a book.
  • Students who fail to return the book within 10 days will be fined 1 for each day beyond the due date including Sundays and holidays. Students who retain the books for a month will have to pay a fine of Rs. 50/- after a month the fine will be Rs. 5 per day.
  • Extension of period may be obtained if the same book has not been applied for by another student.
  • Books lost, damaged or defaced must be paid for by the Loss of pages, mutilation and any other damage discovered on the return of the books will be charged.
  • Strict silence should be observed in and around the library.
  • Books are issued for the exclusive personal use of the applicant. Anyone found applying for books for another will be denied the library facility.
  • Students are not allowed to use the library facilities by skipping classes.
  • Loss of library card should be notified to the librarian immediately. The library card in non transferable.
  • Students have to clear the library dues and obtain a no due certificate before collecting the hall tickets for the board examination.

Book Bank

  • The library provides book bank for the deserving poor and economically poor students.
  • To avail the book bank facility, the student should apply in the beginning of the academic year viz a viz prescribed format.
  • To ensure safe keeping of the book a small deposit will be kept in the library and returned towards the end of the year when the students returns the book.
  • The students should take utmost care of the library books, since they are the priced possession of knowledge of the college which are to be handed down to the future generation.
  • The students are duty bound to inform to the Librarian, HOD’s or the Principal, if they see their classmates misusing the library books.

Digital Library

  • The digital library is equipped with digital books and internet.
  • The internet is to be used solely for the educational purposes.
  • The students are to use the digital library card to avail the internet facility.
  • The students should take care of the digital repository and use the resources judicially.

Reference Library

  • The reference library is equipped with supplementary reading materials, which will help you deepen the subject Keeping in mind the importance of the reference books the students are advised to spent their free time in the reference section.
  • The books available in the reference section are expensive in Hence due to their rarity only few copies are available in the library.
  • The books form the reference section will not be issued at any circumstances. The books can only be borrowed to photocopy in the college office and returned thereafter.
  • Fine will be imposed on those students who take the reference books for their personal use.
  • Strict silence and study atmosphere should be maintained in the reference section.