The working day is divided into two sessions, the forenoon session of 4 periods
and afternoon session of 2 periods. Attendance is marked at the commencement of
the class. Latecomers, therefore, though permitted to attend class by the teachers
concerned, will not be given attendance.
Every student must have the prescribed textbooks, laboratory records, dissecting
No student shall absent himself/herself from classes without the prior permission
of the Principal.
Students must have put in a minimum of 85% attendance to become eligible to appear
in the examinations. Leave application will be accepted only if the actual attendance
marked already falls above 75% as on that date.
Students who are absent from classes for 2 weeks or more at a stretch without
the permission of the Principal obtained in writing, will be considered to have
discontinued from attending college.
Students remaining absent for more than 2 days for any reason (personal, co/extracurricular
activities) have to submit the leave form duly signed within three(3) days after
the leave period.
When absence is caused by unforeseen events, application for leave must be submitted
to the Principal as early as possible and certainly not later than 3 days after
return to the College.
If the application for leave of absence is accepted, the student will be issued
a form, which shall be filled , entering the number of hours/periods of classes
missed during the period of leave of absence , authenticated by the concerned teacher.
The form so completed along with leave letter is to be submitted thereafter.
Tests are held periodically in every subject. Attendance cum progress report of
the examination issued to the student and are to be shown to their parents without
The Attendance & Progress report of each student will be loaded on the College
website www.bangaloregroupofinstitutions.in on last day of every month. Parents can access it using the
username & password provided from the Institution.
Students shall not join any club or society or involve in any engagements that
would interfere with their studies. They will not be permitted to play in any team
against the College team.
Students will not be permitted to make complaints in a group or present any collective
petition but, however, are allowed to present their case, if any, either individually
or through proper representatives.
Ragging is a Punishable offence as per section 116 of Karnataka Education Act
No.1 of 1995.