• Bus timings: arrival at campus 9.20 a.m. departure from campus 4.40p.m.
  • Students are not allowed to enter the college premises after 8.30a.m. and are not allowed to leave the college premises before 4.30 p.m.
  • Hostel students should leave the hostel before 8.20 a.m.
  • No student is permitted to come by two wheeler, four wheeler, auto rickshaw or taxi to the college

Every student should compulsorily wear ID card inside the campus.

All the male students should wear self coloured pants and checked or plain shirts tucked in and only leather shoes with socks. On formal days they can wear a tie.

All girl students should wear salwar cummies with duppatta pinned on both shoulders.

All students should wear uniform (white salwar with coat) in clinical areas.

In the clinical posting, students should follow the rules , such as:
  • No nail polish on the nail
  • Nail should be cut every week.
  • Do not put stone stets, hanging on the ear while posting
  • Don’t wear heels cheppals with uniforms.
  • All students should wear white cut shoes with no anklets.
  • The hair should be put up by clatch or net.
  • Students should wear watch and no bangles, bracelets, ring while in clinical posting.
  • Students must carry the pocket article such as thermometer, stethoscope, inch tape, blue pen, black pen, red pen, green pen, nail cutter, Sharpner, pocket note, pocket nurses dictionary, eraser, without fail.
Any other dress code is strictly forbidden, for both boys and girls, within the campus.


Visitors are not allowed during class or clinical hours.parents or legal guardians can meet the hostal students between 5.00p.m and 6.00p.m on regular working days, in case of emergency. Parents should intimate to the college office about their presence in the campus before 3.00p.m , so that the students can be easily informed.



Unit test and cycle tests will be conducted for senior classes and unit tests for I year students.

Students should compulsorily attend all the tests without fail. Failure in tests will be viewed seriously. Progress report of each test will be sent to the parents, periodically.

Model examination

Before the commencement of the collegeexaminations, revision examination will be conducted in all subjects in the pattern of collegeexamination. Students who pass in the model examination alone will be permitted to write the collegeexaminations.

Absenting as well as malpractice in tests/ exams will be dealt with severely.


  • A candidate shall secure a minimum of 80% attendance to be eligible to appear for the collegeexamination, according to the collegerules and regulations.
  • No student shall absent himself/ herself from the class without applying for leave. Continuous absenting for more than three days without permission will result in strict action. Leave application form is available in the office. All leave application forms should be endorsed by the parent/ guardian/ warden, counselor, physical director, head of the department and principal.
  • All applications duly filled in must be handed over to the counselor.
  • An applicant who pleads sick for more than three days will not be granted leave unless the application is supported by a medical certificate issued by a registered Medical practitioner.
  • All cases of absence without leave will be reported to parents/ guardians along with the progress report.
  • A student abstaining without leave during a period of the day will be considered as absent for half a day. Those requiring leave for a portion of a period must apply to the lecturer in person before the class begins.
  • Truants form classes and long absentees will be dealt with severely.

If there is any change of address, the parents ought to report to the college office immediately. This will help the purpose of enabling any necessary communication to the parents.


In order to make the fresher’s adapt to the college surrounding as well as the seniors to cope up with the curriculum, counseling system is followed. A batch of 20students is attached with a counselor who takes care of the students personally and keeps a records of their academic performance and attendance. The counselors help the students in solving problems and also motivate the activities and performance of the students. They take steps to inform the principal and the parents about the progress of the students. Parent/ guardian is informed about their ward’s progress.


  1. Allotment of hostel rooms is made at the beginning of Monsoon Semester every year for two academic sessions excluding special Examination / Summer Programme if any. For PG Courses, the allotment is upto valid upto four semester or two years or May 31 of the second year. For Research scholar the allotment is upto the tenure of the fellowship to be decided by Guide, H.O.D./ Dean (Collaborative Research Programme). At the expiry of the allotment period, the allotment stands cancelled automatically. In the case the room is not handed over after expiry date or if a student is absent for 10 days or more without prior permission from the hostel Superintendent/Assistant Superintendent/Warden, the hostel authority will take possession of the room and hostel admission will not be responsible for loss or damage of personal belongings if any.
  2. Student should submit their mess bills by 10th of each month. In case the student fails to his/her mess dues for 3 months continuously, their allotment will be cancelled and they will have to vacate the hostel immediately.
  3. The mess of each hostel shall function as a single integrated unit and shall not under any circumstances be subdivided into any kind of groups. Mess timings will be as follows:
  4. Breakfast (Morning) –– 7.15 AM – 8.30 AM
    Lunch –– 11.30AM – 1.00 PM
    tea (evening) –– 4.30 AM – 5.30 PM
    Dinner –– 8.00 PM – 9.30 PM
    No student shall come into or leave the allotted room in any hostel, without the permission of hostel authorities.

  5. A student shall reside in a room allotted to his/her and may change to other room only by the permission of the hostel authorities.
  6. Student shall be required to make their rooms available when ever required for repairs, maintenance, disinfections and shall be required to vacate the rooms when leaving for vacations/Holidays.
  7. It is responsibility of student to safeguard all properties including furniture, fittings and different gadgets of the hostel. They should generally assist the hostel superintendent/ warden in ensuring proper use of facilities. For damage or loss any Institute property from room, the occupant (s) will be directly responsible and elsewhere will be collective responsibility of hostel occupants. The authorities will recover the loss individually or collectively as the case may be. In this respect, the action of hostel Superintendent will be final.
  8. Students will be responsible for the safe keeping of their own belongings. In the event of loss of the personal property of a student due to theft, fire or any other cause, the Institute shall accept no responsibility and shall not be liable for payment of any compensation
  9. Engaging personal attendants and keeping pets by a student in the hostel are debarred.
  10. Use of electric appliance like heaters/ high electric power consuming gadgets, and cooking inside the room are strictly prohibited.
  11. Students should wear proper dresses in the hostel. They must keep their identity cards with them. In the rooms, the students should keep only such items as required for beddings, clothing dress and study purposes.
  12. The student must not be involved directly or indirectly in fighting, gambling, anti-social activities, ragging, strike, picketing, gheraos, fast, arousing of the sentiments of the students body and the public. Use of outside agency for redressal of grievance, possession or consumption of alcoholic drink, intoxicating drugs will be a viewed as serious offence.
  13. Screening of films/video shows in the hostel strictly prohibited.
  14. Students should not display obscene poster or calendars, wall writing etc. in the room or anywhere in the hostel.
  15. Students should not transfer articles, fittings, furniture
  16. Students should take their meals only in the dining space provided in their respective hostels, taking meals to the rooms are not allowed except when a student is sick. In this case only meals (as prescribed by Doctor) will be served to the room.
  17. No inmates of the hostel are allowed to take meals in other hostel as guests of their friends. The inmates find taking meals from other hostels be charged 5 times extra of the actual charges from both hostels.
  18. On extra charges student may arrange the meals for their guests (Parents/relatives) from the hostel with a written permission from the Hostel Superintendent.
  19. Canteen services are not allowed inside hostels except few occasions like birthday etc. with a prior permission from Dean Students Welfare.
  20. Common Room/TV Room/Reading Room timing will be 6 PM to 10 PM only. TV Room can be opened under the special circumstances for the students only when prior permission has been taken from the hostel authorities.
  21. Guests/visitors are not allowed to enter/ stay inside the rooms.
  22. In the Boy’s Hostel, parents and visitors can meet the students in the Common Room/Visitor Room Hostel Superintendent office from 4.30 PM to 9.00 PM only.
  23. In the Girl’s Hostel, male visitors are not allowed. However, parents are permitted to meet their daughters in the visitor room from 4.30 PM to 6.00 PM only.
  24. Student must take written permission from Hostel Superintendent/warden in a prescribed Performa before leaving the station stating reason, period, destination and contact numbers and address for the days of absence.
  25. All students must be present in their respective rooms from 7.00 PM to 6.00 AM.
  26. The Hostel in the time for girls is 6 PM/5.30 PM in summer/winter respectively. The gate of the girl’s hostel will be closed at 6.00 PM/ 5.30 PM respectively in summer and winter. The main gate of the girl’s hostel will remain locked from 6.30 PM/6.00 PM to 6.00 AM. No student will be allowed to leave/enter the hostel during this time.
  27. Meeting, Party is to be organized with prior written permission from the Hostel authorities.
  28. Mess-party is to be organized with written permission from the hostel authorities. However such parties should not cause any discomfort to other students.
  29. Students should not indulge in acts which disrupt the running of the hostel or Institute or environment conducive to the pursuit of knowledge or harmonious relationship among different people living in the campus.
  30. Students should not indulge in any act which brings the Institute and members of faculty, officials or authority into disrepute.
  31. Other rules to notified time to time should be followed for smooth functioning of the hostel administration.
  32. All students must abide by the rules and regulations of the hostel as may be framed from time to time.
  33. Perfect silence is to be maintained during the study time:
  34. Evening study :6.00p.m -7.30 p.m.
    Night Study : 9.00p.m. -10.30 p.m
  35. Violation of any of the above rules will attract disciplinary action.
  36. All students are required to follow a good and orderly behavior, failing will attract disciplinary action.
  37. Students should not found in possession of any power driven vehicles (scooters/ motorcycles/ cars etc.) and driving of such vehicles in the campus in strictly prohibited.

The library is housed in a carpet area of 1000 sq.ft. with a seating capacity for about 150 students at one time. Shelved here is an array of about 1000 volumes of books, periodicals, back volumes, and projects. The library subscribes 75 internation journals, 23 narional journals, 25 nurisng international magazines and stacks 500 CDs. Students can also read magazines and periodicals from international organizations such as JONA. The library provides excellent environment for study with convenient access to printed and electronic resources.

Our library services are fully automated by using the standard library software package called NIRMALS. The circulation system is fully computerized and circulation is through Barcode system. QS6000 scanner is used for charging and discharging of books. Access to users are provided with online public access catalogue (OPAC). Our digital library has 7 system with internet connectivity. We have enrolled as a member of developing library network ( DELNET), NewDelhi, British Council Library Online, Chennai, Questia Online Library and IEEE Online.

Working hours:

The library will remain open between 9.00 a.m. and 6.00 p.m. on all working days.

o Issue timings : 10.30 a.m to 6.00 p.m
o Return timings : 9.00 a.m. to 4.30 p.m.

Students should bring their identity card and sign the entry register whenever they enter the library.

Students should keep all their belongings in the rack provided at the entrance, at their own risk, before entering the library. Only foolscap or loose sheets of paper for taking notes can be taken into library.

Members have a free access to the stack racks and can browse for books on the shelves. They should not disturb the arrangement of the books.

Each faculty member is issued with 10 cards and each student with 3 cards. Students and staff may borrow books from the library only by producing the library cards issued to them. One book will be issued against each card.

International periodicals will not be issued. However, national periodicals and technical CDs will be issued for a period of 2 days.

When a book is borrowed, it must be checked carefully and damage if any. Should be brought to the notice of the librarian, at once. If the borrower fails to do so, he/she will be held responsible for damage, if any.

The borrower should use the books carefully. He/She should not marks scribble or underline in the books. He/She should not spoil the pages by water, dust, oil.

The borrower is responsible for the books borrowed. Loss of books shall be reported to the librarian in writing, immediately and it is to be compensated by a new book or an amount double the cost of the book is to be remitted.

Books borrowed should not be transferred to other students. Defaulters in this regard will be levied fine or are liable to severe action.

Students can retain books for a maximum period of 14 days. A fine of `. 1/- per day of delay will be levied in respect of books returned late.

In case a library card is lost, a new card will be issued on payment of a fine of a ` 25/- per card.

Books will not be issued during the summer vacation. All students are expected to return the books before they proceed on vacation.

Students who leave the college for any reason in the middle of the semester should return the books before they leave the college.

Final year students will be issued no due certificate only after they return the books and surrender the library cards on the eve of the commencement of theory examinations.

If any kind of damage is done to the property in the library, the cost will be recovered from him/her, besides disciplinary action, as per rules.


Students are part of the college community, and are expected to respect the rights of others to live and study in a peaceful and clean environment. To ensure these rights, students must adhere to the following rules:

1. Weapons are forbidden from the campus. A weapon is considered any device whose purpose is to injure a person or animal, and includes but is not limited to firearms, bows and arrows, catapults, axes, bush-knives, flick-knives, sword-sticks, clubs, pepper-sprays, mace and brass knuckles. Any other device used to injure a person, such as sticks, stones or bottles, will also be considered as weapons. Students found in possession of weapons or using weapons anywhere on campus will immediately lose their housing privilege and be subject to other disciplinary and criminal charges as appropriate.

2. Alcohol and illegal drugs such as marijuana are forbidden from the campus. Students found in possession of alcohol or illegal drugs anywhere on campus will immediately lose their housing privilege and be subject to other disciplinary and criminal charges as appropriate.

3. Students involved in disorderly behaviour anywhere on campus while in an intoxicated state will immediately lose their housing privilege and be subject to other disciplinary charges and criminal charges as appropriate. Such behaviour includes fighting, vandalism, harassment, damage to College property, disturbing the peace, or any other activity considered inappropriate by the College authorities This rule applies regardless of whether the student became intoxicated on or off-campus.

4. Students who assault any member of the college Staff or Mess Hall Staff for any reason whatsoever will immediately lose their housing privilege and be subject to other disciplinary and criminal charges as appropriate.

5. Students stealing or attempting to steal any item from the mess will immediately lose their housing privilege and be subject to other disciplinary and criminal charges as appropriate.

6. Students committing wilful or reckless damage to college property anywhere on campus will immediately lose their housing privilege and be subject to other disciplinary charges and criminal charges as appropriate. Students responsible for damage to College property will also be held responsible for repair costs, and will be subject to other disciplinary and criminal charges as appropriate. Sub-Wardens failing to report such occurrences may also be charged.

7. Students stealing or attempting to steal any item from the library will immediately incur a K150 fine and be subject to other disciplinary and criminal charges as appropriate.

8. All areas of UPNG should be quiet enough to permit students to study at all times. Students must not make excessive noise after 7:00 pm.

9. Students are responsible for the general cleanliness of the campus. Students deliberately littering or disposing of rubbish outside designated collection points will be charged for disciplinary action.

10. Students are not permitted to move or remove any College property from its designated area. This includes but is not limited to classroom furniture, teaching materials, dining hall utensils and crockery, laboratory equipment and audio/visual equipment. Students found in possession of property that has not been issued to them will be charged with theft.

11. With the exception of the residence halls, students are not permitted to sleep, domicile, or otherwise live in any college buildings; including lecture theatres, classrooms, libraries, storage areas, and any other areas, used or unused by the university.

12. Pets and other animals are not permitted on campus.

13. Sales of alcohol, drugs (legal or illegal), betel-nuts, and cigarettes are not permitted.

14. Spitting, especially while chewing betel-nuts, is not permitted in, on or adjacent to any buildings, including walls, floors, toilet areas, doorways, stairwells, and walkways. Students deliberately spitting in these areas will be charged for disciplinary action.

15. The College reserves the right to ask any student to present their identification card at any time. Persons refusing to present their identification may be escorted off campus.

16. The College reserves the right to inspect any area of the College at any time to ensure that these rules are obeyed.

Rule Violations

These rules are made under the Student Discipline Statute of 1984, amended 1996. Breaches of these rules are Disciplinary Offences under section 2 (1) of the statute. These offences are dealt with by the Head of Residential and Catering Services, the Pro Vice Chancellor, the Student Discipline Committee (SDC), and the College Council, as per Sections 3 through 13 of the statute.

In most cases, the PVC will file charges with the SDC based on allegations of the Head of Residential and Catering Services, Security Staff, and other members of the College community. The SDC will then evaluate the alleged violations and impose penalties.

However, alleged violations of Rules 1-7 will be decided immediately by the PVC and Head of Residential and Catering Services. If found guilty of violating any of Rules 1-6, resident students will immediately forfeit their housing privilege and do immediate room clearance and may be subject to other penalties. Students may appeal these decisions to the SDC, but must live off-campus during the appeal process. Students sentenced by this process may also be subject to other disciplinary and criminal charges.

These rules take immediate effect from the date of signing. Academic staffs are expected to actively encourage student adherence to these rules.


The annual fees and deposits should be paid on the date assigned for the same. If students make a delay, a penalty will be levied at the discretion of the principal. Defaulter’s name will be removed from the rolls.


Creating a tobacco-free campus policy provides a timely opportunity for students and employees to lead tobacco-free lives. An essential step to going tobacco-free is to offer tobacco cessation resources to help people quit smoking and other forms of tobacco use. Over 70% of New Jersey adult smokers want to quit. Here are key steps your school can take to integrate tobacco cessation into your college's new smoke- or tobacco-free policy:

  • Engage with campus health personnel as part of your tobacco cessation program. It is likely that your campus health personnel currently offer some form of tobacco cessation resources. Your campus health personnel will help to ensure that your campus' tobacco cessation resources offer continuity and perhaps expand services to your community. If your college or university has a school of public health, they may also be able to contribute.

  • Make sure tobacco cessation has a prominent place in your new policy. Clearly communicated cessation messaging will signal to current tobacco users that they are not being ostracized, and instead are valued members of the campus community. This can help ease enforcement of a new policy as well.

  • Educating the campus community on tobacco cessation resources should be incorporated into orientation of new students and employees to ensure all campus members are aware of what cessation services are available. Providing ongoing cessation support to new members of the community is central to ensuring that the benefits of the new policy are maintained, and that the burden of enforcement does not fall solely on public safety. External tobacco control organizations can help your campus community quit tobacco.