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Bijoy Krishna Girls' College, Howrah

Estd : 1st August 1947. Affilliated to University of Calcutta

NCTE approved NAAC B++ (3rd Cycle) accredited College with CPE status

DBT Star College

(ISO 9001 : 2015 Certified)

Code of Conduct Students

At the time of admission each student shall sign a declaration on the Admission Form, that she will abide by all the rules and regulations of the college, and accept the decision of the Principal in all matters as final. Her parents/guardians will also endorse this declaration.

1. All students are expected to conduct themselves in a manner worthy of a citizen in the college community. Such conduct is based on respect for the dignity and rights of individuals, public and personal propriety and personal and academic honesty. All students are answerable to the Principal for their conduct in the college, and for their behaviour outside college, if it adversely affects the good of the college. Appropriate action may be taken when the principles of equity, justice and morality are affected.

2. Insubordination and unbecoming language or conduct in any form is sufficient reason for the dismissal of a student.

 3. Attendance at all college functions is compulsory.

4. Absence from college must be justified in writing and if illness is the cause, a medical certificate must be submitted;

5. The CBCS System, of University of Calcutta accords marks for good attendance every semester.

6. Internal assessment and tutorial marks are considered by the University of Calcutta for grading the student. Absence at tutorials or internal assessment is considered as failure.

7. Those who absent themselves from internal examinations without the express permission of the Principal, make themselves liable for disciplinary action. Such absence must be justified in writing and in case of illness by a medical certificate. These letters and medical certificates with a covering letter from the parent or guardian of the student are separate from those intended to justify absence from college at other times. Attendance below the University of Calcutta norms will mean loss of the semester.

8. Although illness or other serious circumstances maybe considered valid reasons for absence from lectures, tests, tutorials, examinations, etc., there remains no evidence of a satisfactory knowledge of the courses concerned. Failure to submit assignments, unjustified absence from tests etc. will seriously prejudice the student’s academic record. If after a warning, a student persistently continues not to conform to college requirements, she can be refused admission/continuation for the next academic year.

9. Ragging of any sort is not condonable as per Supreme Court Order

10. Students must maintain an environment conducive to the teaching learning process. They should maintain strict discipline in the classroom and extend respect to their teachers. Completion of academic commitments to the fullest capability is mandatory.

11. No student will compromise on the academic integrity of the institution by indulging in malpractices such as cheating. Those who use unfair means at examinations are liable for disciplinary action and may result in the student being asked to discontinue her studies in the college.

12. Wearing the College identity card is compulsory.

13. The use of mobile phones by the pupils in the college building is not permitted.

14. Maintaining the cleanliness of the College is the responsibility of each student.

15. Damage or vandalism of college property is punishable.



Ragging is illegal and punishable in strictest and most exemplary terms as per the ruling of the Supreme Court of India.

Intimidating fellow hostel mates in any form will lead to ragging charges.

  • Prohibition/ Ban

Smoking, use of liquor, drugs or any other intoxicants by the hostel residents in the hostel premises (in the present case, entire Silver-Springs area) is strictly prohibited.

Failure to abide by this would lead to strict action by the College Hostel Disciplinary Committee, resulting in expulsion from hostel and in worse case may even lead to rustication of the student.

  • Quiet  Hours

Quiet hours are observed between 21.00 to 7.00 hrs.

During this time noise audible from the source should not be loud enough to disturb the activities of fellow Residents. At all other times, a Resident’s right to request a quiet environment should be honoured. Hence even during the day noise level should not be annoying to anybody residing at Silver Springs. The Warden-in-Charge shall take the necessary action against the defaulters.

  • Damages/ Vandalism

Residents are responsible for the condition of their flat/ unit and all the furnishing assigned to them.

Intentional or reckless destruction of any Hostel property on pretext of party, Holi or any such celebrations will be dealt severely and will result in fine. Charges for damages and cleaning will be determined solely by the Warden-in-Charge and Hostel Office Staff.  Residents who fail to pay assessed charges may have their records  flagged, which will reflect during the payment of  the fees during the following semester.

Damage to the hostel property will be the collective responsibility of all residents and they will be required to make good such damage, if the students who caused the damage could not be identified.

  • Sports gears and musical instruments issued to the students are Institute property and should therefore be used for intended purpose in the common areas. These articles should not be carried to the individual rooms. Defaulters will attract penalty and restrictions on future use of the same.
  • Residents of the opposite sex are strictly prohibited from entering the units of the hostel residents at all times. You may use the common area such as the Mess. Hostel Office or Reading Room/ Library for any discussion and/ or group study.
  • Responsibility for personal belongings

Every resident of the Hostel has been provided with a cupboard and is expected to keep their costly belongings in personal custody. Although every effort is made to optimize security, the Hostel Office cannot assume full responsibility for the loss or damage of student’s personal belongings especially when it is left unattended or the main door of the unit is not locked.

  • Residents may organize meetings, group events/ parties at the common hostel areas after seeking prior and specific permission for the same from the Chief-Warden. Any such activity should conclude before the “Quite Hours” of the Hostel.
  • Guests

Visiting hours for the parents/ guardians of the resident is between 17.00 to 20.00 hrs. on all working days and between 9.00 to 20.00 hrs on Sat/ Sun & Holidays. Residents cannot host guests in their rooms. In special circumstances where the resident is under medical treatment, the parents/ guardians may be permitted inside the room for limited time.  However, prior permission from the Warden-in-Charge should be sort for the same.

Any request for accommodation of the resident’s guests should be made at the Hostel Office after seeking permission from Chief Warden. Residents are responsible for their guest’s conduct in the common area, i.e. Hostel Mess, Reading/ Library Hall, Lobby etc.

Residents are required to be conscious of the environment in which they live by keeping it clean, healthy and presentable.