All the students admitted to this Institute will be under the complete disciplinary control of the Principal of the Institute or any other officer(s) appointed by the competent authority for the purpose and must conduct themselves in accordance with the disciplinary rules of institution as framed and notified by the concerned authority from time to time.

While academic pursuit with excellence is the prime motive of the Institute’s teaching delivery system, great emphasis is also laid on personality development, discipline and punctuality besides various cultural activities for all round development. Towards achieving this aim, in addition to what has been stipulated in the prospectus issued by the DTTE/BTE with regard to maintenance of discipline, the following Do’s and Don’ts have also been laid down for strict compliance:


Every period of lecture, tutorial, practicals, project, workshop and other curricular and co‐curricular activities shall be counted as one unit for the purpose of counting attendance e.g. if a class comes for four periods at a time four unit of attendance will be counted.

Periods of study spent in sessional exams shall also be taken as presence to count attendance/contract periods.

Students, while representing various teams of the Institute during the Inter college sports or engaged in extracurricular activities with the prior and written permission of the Principal shall be counted as presence in accordance with the time table for the purpose of counting attendance.

Be regular in your classes and maintain your attendance as specified by Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technical University, Lucknow and Board of Technical Education, U.P. which should be 80% attendance in individual subjects in both theory and practical separately.
No student will be allowed to appear in the end semester examination if he / she does not satisfy the overall average attendance requirements mentioned in the above clauses. The attendance shall be counted from the date of admission in the college.

Further, in case of short attendance, student(s) will be liable for any action taken up against him/ her by the Institute, which may include suspension/ rustication/ detention.


  • Dress Code/ Uniform:
  • o Plain Sky Blue Shirt/ Kurta with sleeves [ Kurta Permitted Only for Girls ]
    o Formal Carbon Black Trouser
    o Formal Black Shoes
    o Formal Black Belt
    o Carbon Black Blazers in winter season
    o Identity Card issued by the Institute to be displayed prominently while in the Institute premises.

  • Always wear neat and clean uniform to the Institute.
  • Male students must be well groomed. i.e., NO long hair, beard or moustache.
  • No jeans, leggings, pajamas chudidar or patialas can be used as substitutes for the formal trouser.
  • Students are not permitted to wear visible body adornments, including earrings (only allowed for girls), and display body piercing or tattoos. Further, head gears, caps, goggles and the likes are not allowed at the Institute premises.
  • Female students may wear only figure rings, and ear and nose adornments. Wearing heavy ornaments and / or jewelry on campus is not allowed.
  • All students must wear black polished shoes; slippers/ floaters are strictly prohibited.
  • Students are expected to be in Blazers on Special Occasions.
  • Be regular in your classes and maintain your attendance as specified by the Board of Technical Education which is 66% in each individual subject and 75% in aggregate. Good attendance and punctuality helps in achieving high performance level.


  • Ragging: Ragging in all forms is totally banned in the Institute and any one indulging in ragging is likely to be punished appropriately, which may include expulsion/ suspension from the Institute or classes for limited period and/or fine with a public apology. If the individuals committing or abetting ragging are not/ cannot be identified, collective punishment can be awarded to act as a deterrent.
  • Mobile Phones are strictly prohibited in the Institute premises.
  • Unbecoming Conduct: Eve teasing, smoking, consumption of liquor, disfiguring or otherwise damaging institutional property, use of violence in any form, rowdism and rude/ disrespect behavior, any form of gambling, castism, communalism, or practice of untouchability, offences of cognizable nature or any other conduct unbecoming of a student in the Institute are very serious
  • offences and are strictly prohibited. Offenders are likely to be punished severely as per the Institute’s rules which may include suspension, rustication, expulsion and/ or heavy fines.
  • Use of drugs or intoxicants is a serious offence except if the drug is prescribed by a registered medical practitioner and under the knowledge of Principal of the institute.

Disciplinary Action:

Any student indulging in any of the forbidden practices may attract the following disciplinary measures:

  • Cancellation of the scholarship/freeship/stipend (in part or in whole, temporarily or permanently) in accordance with the rules prescribed in this regard and/ or
  • Heavy Fine and/or
  • Suspension or
  • Rustication or
  • Expulsion

At the time of the admission, the candidates have to give an undertaking that they will abide by the rules and regulations prescribed by the Institute and any action taken in this regard against the student by the Principal shall be final.


Re-admission of students whose names have been struck off may be considered at the discretion of the principal on payment of re-admission fees along with the dues and penalty.

Notice Board – ERP and Offline

It is the duty of the students to take note of all notices published on the student’s ERP app and on the notice board at the campus for their information and compliance. Notices normally remain displayed on the notice boards (online and offline) for a maximum period of seven days after which they may be removed. Failure to read the notice displayed on the notice board will not be accepted as an excuse for non-compliance of orders.

Management’s Right

The management reserves the right to make additions and alterations to the existing rules, working hours, time table, and mode of training as may be deemed fit from time to time. The student shall be required to abide by the rules that are updated and informed from time to time.