Lakhimpur Girls' College

Affiliated to Dibrugarh University

Reaccredited by NAAC with Grade A (CGPA 3.01)

Code of Conduct for Students

 

College Uniform:

College Uniform is compulsory for students. Students not in proper uniform are not allowed to enter the college. The uniform will be as follows.

Either- White salwar and white kurta (knee length) with college emblem and green borders on the sleeves. In addition to this, a green and white jaipuri printed dupatta will be a part of the uniform which is to be purchased from authorised sale centers.

Or,- White mekhela and white chadar with green border and with white blouse.

Regarding sweater (for winter season), the colour will be off-white.

 

Identity Card:

The college authority issues an identity card at the time of admission to every student. This card is non-transferable. It contains vital information about holder, viz. name, semester, class roll no. and a passport size photograph duly attested and signed by the Principal. Every student is expected to carry the identty card with her at all times.

 

Attendance:

Regularity in attendance and punctuality are signs of one's commitment to learning. Hence students are expected to attend their classes regularly. Students who do not attend the minimum required 75% of the Dibrugarh University/ College Authority, will not be allowed to appear in the end semester examination.

 

Respect towards College Property

Care and respect for common facilities and utilities are an essential component of social responsiblity. In view of this, any wilful damage to college property will be considered as an offence.

 

Anti-Ragging

Lakhimpur Girls' College maintains a Zero Tolerance Policy on Ragging and other activities which are declared as punishable offence. The college strictly follows the "UGC Regulation on Curbing the Menance of Ragging in Higher Educational Institutions 2009" as per the directions of the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India. If any incident of ragging comes to the notice of the college authority, the concerned student(s) shall be given liberty to explain and if her explanation is not found satisfactory, the authority would expel her from fom the insititution.

 

Cell-Phone

While cell phone (mobile) have become very common, it is necessary that it be used judiciously. Their use during academic activitis and official function violates etiquette and manners. To prevent this, use of cell phone is strictly prohibited during college hours.

 

Two Wheeler (Motor-bike, Scooter)

All students with two wheelers to carry their driving licence. Wearing the helmets is mandatory for all students driving two wheelers.

 

Alcohols, Drugs, Tobacco, etc.

Use of any kind of alcohols, drugs and tobacco etc. are strictly prohibited in the college campus.

 

 

 

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