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  • All students of Pope’s College are expected to behave responsibly at all times, to observe and abide by the Rules and Regulations of the College. They should note that they are responsible to the College for their conduct, both in and outside the College premises.
  • On every working day, the College begins at 9.55a.m with morning worship at 9.35a.m in the College Chapel. A common prayer is played at 9.55a.m through College public address system.
  • Students must wear the uniforms provided to them on all days. Action will be taken on students who do not wear their uniforms
  • Eve teasing and Ragging are offensive activities as enforced by the Government of India. Any form of such unlawful acts will result in immediate dismissal. If a student feels that she is being teased or harassed or bullied, she should discuss the matter with the Head of the concerned Department, giving a written formal complaint.
  • Usage of Cell Phone is not permitted on campus. Any student seen with a cell phone(even if not being used) is liable for immediate disciplinary action.
  • Every student must possess his/her Identity Card, which he/she shall always carry with him/her around the collar. Attempting to use forged identity cards or identity cards of previous years is a punishable offence.
  • Any student who is seen smoking or chewing tobacco or seen drunk with alcoholic beverages of any kind on the campus will be dismissed.
  • Students are required to attend lecture classes and all laboratory activities regularly and punctually. They are required to fulfill a minimum attendance of 80% every semester.
  • Students on leave due to sickness are expected to submit the Medical Certificate in the College Office immediately after they return to College.
  • Women students are not supposed to leave the campus before 3.45p.m or without the written permission of the HOD/Principal.
  • Students are required to maintain absolute silence in class and can speak only when permitted by the teacher. Silence has to be observed even if there is no teacher in the classroom. Noncompliance of this regulation will be penalized.
  • Students should help in maintaining cleanliness in the classrooms and on campus.
  • It is compulsory to attend all the internal tests and end-semester examinations conducted during the semester. Assignments and project works must be completed and submitted within the stipulated period.
  • In case of absence due to illness or for any other reason, a student shall inform in writing to the Head of the Department concerned, explaining the cause of absence and shall, if required, produce evidences.
  • Students can avail of any Freeship or Scholarship instituted by the Government, Management and other bodies as stated by eligibility. Enquiries regarding the same may be made at the College Office. The College Management also grants a number of scholarships and concessions to meritorious and deserving students.
  • Paper decorum and absolute silence must be maintained in the library as well as in the classrooms.
  • Students may not be seen to enter or exit, except through the main gate of the premises and also may not be seen loitering on the playgrounds or veranda.
  • During working hours students should not meet friends in other classes.
  • Before or after classes, students may not be a hindrance to the easy flow of pedestrian in the staircase or pathways.
  • Students both boys and girls are not permitted to wear gold ornaments. Those students who hold a valid Driving License alone will be permitted inside the campus in Motorcycle/Car.
  • Outsiders are not allowed on the College premises. Trespassing will be informed to the police.
  • No political or communal organization of students may be formed within the College or Hostels.
  • The College will keep all the parents/guardians informed of issues concerning their wards’ behavior in the campus and their routine in College works such as academic performance in Internals and University Examinations, Attendance and so on, regularly.
  • It is the responsibility of the parents/guardians to keep themselves appraised of their child’s/ward’s progress throughout the year. Further, it is obligatory that they attend the P.T.A meeting during the academic year.
  • Under the Evaluation Rules of the Government, the Principal has complete power to inflict the following punishments, on the basis of the recommendation of the College Disciplinary Action Committee; Fine, Cancellation of Attendance, withholding of Term Certificate, Suspension, and Expulsion from the College.
  • According to the Education Rules 86(a) and 90(a) of the Govt. of Tamil Nadu, students must remit their fees within ten working days from the date of reopening in each semester. Failing which, a fine of Rs.1/-per working day has to be collected from the date of implementation of the fine. If the fee has not been paid within the end of the month, the candidate’s name will be removed from roll call and attendance will not be given to them for those defaulting days.
  • Students are expected to remit their fees or meet the office staff only during the following leisure hours; 9.30 to 9.45a.m; 1 to 1.45p.m and 3.45 to 5.00p.m.
  • Remitted fees will not be refunded at any cost.
  • Students are required to behave in accordance with the rules and regulations in the examination hall during the work hours of examination.
  • Bringing notes or other unauthorized materials into the examination hall is strictly prohibited.
  • Candidates should be in attendance at least a quarter of an hour before the commencement of each examination. No student will be admitted inside the hall if he/she comes late by more than thirty minutes or comes without his/her hall ticket and personal ID card.
  • Students must ensure that they answer the correct question paper. The subject code and title of the question paper should be checked and instructions read carefully before answering. Any query should be brought to the attention of the invigilator immediately.
  • No student will be allowed to leave the hall until thirty minutes have elapsed after the stipulated time at which the examination started.
  • Pope’s College Library was named after the founder Principal Prof. D.S. George Muller has a wide range of resources to help the students with their studies. These include books, e-books, magazines, journals of science, arts and commerce, pamphlets and web resources. The library is equipped with computers and internet connection, allowing students to browse free of charge.
  • Students should observe strict silence in the library.
  • Places may not be reserved in the reading rooms.
  • Students must not write on, mark or otherwise deface or destroy any books, materials, equipment or furnishings of the library. Books magazines and newspapers should be handled with utmost care.
  • A closed accession system will be followed for students. Students, borrowing books are responsible for the safekeeping of books until they have been returned.
B.A/B.Sc/B.Com/BBA(Boys) : Monday and Wednesday
B.A/B.Sc/B.Com/BBA(Girls) : Tuesday and Thursday
M.A/M.Sc/M.Com/(Boys & Girls) : Monday to Friday
M.Phil/Ph.D(Scholars) : Monday to Friday
Books for home reading will be issued during the following hours;
1.05pm to 1.45pm
3.50pm to 4.50pm
  • A student requiring a book should apply in advance by duly filling in the Requisition Slip on the day in which he/she is eligible to take out books. The Slip is available in the library at the cost of Rs. 1.00/- per set of 10 slips. The book will be kept ready for him/her during the lunch interval. One book can be borrowed upon one ticket.
  • Each student will be assigned a registration number in the library and this number should be entered in the Requisition Slip.
  • No student may keep a library book for more than a fortnight. The due date for the return of a book will be found stamped on the date slip attached to the fly-leaf of the book.
  • A book may be re-issued again at the end of a fortnight provided there is no demand for it till then.
  • For such renewal, the book must be produced in the library.
  • On receiving a book, the student must examine the condition of the book and report to the librarian or the person in-charge at the counter, if any damage is found it Otherwise, he will be held responsible for any damage that may afterward be found.
  • All transactions shall stop at 9.50am and at 1.45pm. so that the students may reach their classes on time.
  • Books taken out by students shall on no account be lent by them to others.
  • Books in the Reference Section will not be lent for reading at home.
  • Any student who loses a library book shall be required to pay the cost of its replacement.
  • A student who fails to return a book on time shall have to pay a fine of Rs.5/- for every day the book is kept beyond the due date.
  • Any student violating any of the above rules shall be suitably punished and he/she may have to forego the privilege of using the library.
  • The library shall not be responsible for any property of students that is left unattended.
  • The College is loyal to maintain the privacy of internet browsing students. However, students should be aware that records of all users are kept and could be made available under specific circumstances.
  • Pope’s College runs separate hostels for men and women students within the campus. The Hostels are under the direct control of the warden and sub wardens.
  • Students shall submit at the beginning of the year a list of visitors signed by the parents.
  • Students must occupy the room allotted to them by the wardens. No change can be made without the permission of the warden.
  • Inmates are expected to abide by the rules of the hostel
  • Smoking and consuming of alcoholic beverages are strictly banned in the hostel premises. Defaulters will be dismissed straight away
  • Students are not permitted to have mobile phones or iron box or any such gadgets.
  • On no account, outsiders/day students should be taken to inmates’ rooms or inside the hostel. Defaulters will be dismissed straight away.
  • The mess is common to vegetarian and non-vegetarian students
  • Study hours should be followed strictly. The inmates are advised to switch off fans and lights when leaving the study hall
  • The warden can carry out surprise checks of the inmates’ rooms at any time.
  • The inmates will keep their rooms, beds and surroundings clean and tidy.
  • Defacing the walls or doors, damaging furniture or any kind of destruction is punishable individually or collectively if the person at fault is not traceable
  • Every student shall deem it his/her duty to do his/her best towards the maintenance of discipline, peace and harmony in the hostel
  • Hostel students will participate in the social service programmes organized by the authorities on campus without fail.
  • Inmates are expected to abide by the rules of the hostel
  • Hostel Prize for good conduct, academic performance, discipline and cleanliness will be awarded annually on the opinion of the warden and subwarden