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RULES AND REGULATIONS

  1. GENERAL RULES OF CONDUCT
  2. RULES OF CLASS ATTENDANCE & DISCIPLINE
  3. MONITORING UNITS
  4. RULES RELATING TO FEE PAYMENT
  5. IDENTITY CUM FEE CARDS
  6. TC, CC AND SC
  7. COLLEGE EXAMINATIONS
  8. PUBLIC EXAMINATION RULES
  9. EXTRA-CURRICULAR & CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
  10. PROGRESS REPORTS
  11. STUDENT COUNSELLING SYSTEM
  12. BOOKS AND APPARATUS
  13. NATIONAL CADET CORPS (NCC)
  14. COLLEGE NOTICE BOARD
  15. NATIONAL SERVICE SCHEME (NSS)
  16. RULES OF THE LIBRARY
  17. RULES OF THE READING ROOM
  18. INFORMATION RELATING TO INTERMEDIATE PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS
  19. INFORMATION RELATING TO DEGREE EXAMS OF ACHARYA NAGARJUNA UNIVERSITY
  20. FEE CONCESSIONS AND SCHOLARSHIPS
  21. ACADEMIC AND OTHER PRIZES

Every Student seeking admission in the College and his/her parent/guardian are deemed to have read, understood and undertaken to abide by the rules and regulations relating to general conduct, class attendance, fee payment, examinations, extracurricular activities, library, Reading room etc., given below and to be bound by any ties, library, Reading Room etc., given below and to be bound by any disciplinary action taken by the Principal in the interest of the college/hostel.

  1. GENERAL RULES OF CONDUCT
    1. Every Student shall wear a neat and decent dress.
    2. Students shall meticulously observe perfect order, decency and decorum at all times befitting their status in the College and elsewhere.
    3. Smoking on the premises of the College is strictly prohibited.
    4. Students shall help in keeping the premises and class rooms tidy.
    5. While making fee payment, collecting Hall-tickets etc., students shall invariably stand in a queue and behave in an orderly land decorous manner. The schedule fixed by the Principal in this regard and announced from time to time shall be meticulously followed without any deviation whatsoever.
    6. In granting fee concessions or recommending grant/renewal of scholarships, the following factors are carefully considered. Class attendance (Theory and Practical), academic progress including attendance and performance at tests/ examinations, conduct -and character etc. Renewal of fee concessions/scholarships is not done as a matter of routine. Participation in any strike or other unlawful activity will automatically disqualify the student concerned for fee concession/scholarship with immediate effect besides rendering him/her liable for disciplinary action.
    7. Students, either individually or as a group, are prohibited from entering class rooms and addressing those present without the prior permission of the Principal and that of the teachers present.
    8. Student shall not organise any meeting or entertainment or collect money for any purpose on the campus without the Principal’s prior permission.
    9. No student or group of students shall represent the College in any game, tournament or other item of athletics anywhere without the prior permission of the Principal.
    10. The Principal is empowered to inflict the following punishments in the interest of the students or the institution: fine, loss of attendance loss of term certificates suspension, expulsion.
    11. No student shall enter the College Office, unless permitted by the Office Superintendent.
    12. No Student shall enter the Staff- Room without permission.
    13. During leisure time, the students shall go to the Library or remain in the class-rooms and devote themselves to silent scholastic work but not loiter on the College campus causing disturbance to others. Any member of the Instruction Monitoring Unit (IMU), Discipline Monitoring Unit (DMU) any other Monitoring Unit or Teaching/Non-teaching Staff may check students violating this instruction and direct that they meet the Principal forthwith.
    14. Students shall not displace or destroy the College property. If any student violates this rule, he/she will be severely dealt with.
    15. The Principal may frame and issue from time to time disciplinary rules of a permanent or temporary nature regarding the conduct of the students on and off the College Premises.
  2. RULES OF CLASS ATTENDANCE & DISCIPLINE
    • Every student seeking admission in the College is deemed to be prepared and willing to prosecute studies on a full time basis. Hence he/she is expected to attend all lectures, and in the case of science subjects, all practicals. Absence on account of unavoidable causes such as sickness may, however, be permitted by the Principal or the Teacher authorised in this regard, provided leave application is submitted in time along with Medical Certificate from the College Physician in case of ill health. Medical Certificates submitted at the end in an attempt to somehow satisfy this rule are totally ignored. Students are advised to put in maximum attendance so as to reap the full benefit of instruction and not rest content with satisfying the minima prescribed by the Board of Intermediate Education (BIE) /University.
    • The following rules of class attendance and discipline are to be observed meticulously.
    1. Students shall be in their class rooms before the second bell is given. They are not allowed to enter the campus after the college gate is closed.
    2. On the teacher entering the class room, the students shall, as a mark of respect, rise in their seats and keep standing fill they are asked to sit or till the teacher takes his seat.
    3. No student shall leave the class-room as long as the teacher is present. For unavoidable reasons or under exceptional circumstances only, may he/she leave the room for a brief while with the prior permission of the teacher duly endorsed by the Principal. It is impermissible for anybody (including parents and College students) to go to a class straight and seek that a student present therein be sent out. He/She shall go to the Principal first, explain the compelling circumstances to him and obtain his written permission in this regard. In the absence of the Principal’s written permission, the lecturers concerned shall not under any circumstances entertain such requests.
    4. Any student found to be disturbing a class or indulging in acts subversive of discipline or guilty of misbehavior may be expelled from the class by the teacher concerned.
    5. The names of students who fail to put in 75% attendance during any month are announced on the Notice Boards during the first week of the succeeding month. Wherever necessary, information will also be sent to the parents/ guardians concerned and action initiated to withdraw the benefit of scholarships, fee concessions etc., if any.
    6. The class attendance, academic progress and general conduct and character of the students are reviewed on a continuous basis by the Monitoring Units concerned. The said units may advise the Principal to remove from the rolls the names of the irregular, the backward, the indolent or the indisciplined students.
    7. Attendance will, at the discretion of the teacher concerned, be given to a student who attends the class within five minutes of the third bell. The absence of a student for a single period In a session entails of attendance for the whole session.
    8. A Student who absent himself/herself without leave/ permission is liable to pay a fine of Rs.1.00 per day or part thereof.
    9. Absence on the reopening day after long vacations or Terminal holidays entails a fine of Rs. 2.00.
    10. Unauthorised abstention from classes individually or in groups for whatever reason invites deterrent punishment. The recent habit of students abstaining from classes on the plea of preparing for supplementary examination is thoroughly unjustified and warrants disciplinary action. The instruction of the Principal in this regard should be followed in letter and spirit. Severe disciplinary action is initiated against students who instigate or force others to violate rules and regulations.
    11. To be entitled for the certificate of attendance, every degree student should put in a minimum of 75% attendance at lecture classes and in the case of science subjects 90% of practicals. The corresponding percentage for inter students is 75 for both lecture classes and practicals.
    12. Candidates of degree classes with less than 50% attendance are not eligible to appear for the examination and shall repeat the course for earning such eligibility. The corresponding percentage for inter students is 60.
    13. Cases of degree students with attendance record of 50% to 75% and Inter students whose attendance falls within the range of 60% to 75% could be recommended for condonation of shortage in attendance by the Principal at his discretion. All such cases are carefully and thoroughly reviewed by the Attendance Monitoring Unit. The Principal keeps the observation of the Unit in mind while recommending deserving cases for condonation.
    14. Continuance of any scholarship fee concession is conditional on monthly college attendance being maintained above the level prescribed by the Principal. Students who fail to improve their attendance in spite of warning will not be granted any scholarship/fee concession. They will be denied admission in the Hostel and if admitted, expelled forthwith there from.
  3. MONITORING UNITS
    • To help the Principal administer better and strive towards the all round development of the College through the active involvement of the members of the staff in various areas of functioning, different monitoring Units are constituted for instruction, discipline, attendance, tests, hostel etc.
    • Students will do well to realise that whatever steps are contemplated/organizational changes are proposed is in furtherance of the student’s welfare and progress which is inextricably intertwined with that of the institution. It is therefore in their interest that all the members of the staff (teaching and non-teaching) in general and members of the monitoring Units in particular be given every cooperation in the discharge of their duties.
  4. RULES RELATING TO FEE PAYMENT
    • A duty is cast on the college to collect Term Fees from the students promptly and account for such collection periodically. Students are reminded of the written undertaking they and their parents/ guardians submit at the time of the formers admission to the College fully and in time.
    • Students whose names are struck off the rolls are not permitted to attend the College. They resume to earn attendance only from the date of readmission, if and when it occurs.. Readmission is entirely at the discretion of the Principal and not effected as a matter of routine. Some of the factors that would be considered in readmission cases are-circumstances under which the candidate defaulted in fee payment, his/her attendance and marks record, conduct and character etc.
    • Term Fee or Examination Fee is not collected from any student unless he/she produces at the Fee Counter his/her identify cum Fee Card.
    • All fee receipts should be preserved carefully throughout the period of study of Inter/Degree in the College and produced at short notice whenever required at any stage or point of time.
  5. IDENTITY CUM FEE CARDS
    • At the time of admission, every student is supplied with an Identity cum Fee Card (I FC). This is to be preserved carefully and produced for verification whenever asked to do so by any College employee. Students not able to produce may be refused entry at the College gate or asked to leave the campus at any point of time.
    • On completion of the course (i.e. 11 Inter or III Degree) and at the time of issue of Hall Ticket, the I FC. is to be compulsorily surrendered. From then on, the Hall Ticket will serve as the IFC also and is to be carefully preserved and surrendered at the time of issue of Inter/Degree marks Memo and TC, CC and SC.
  6. TC, CC AND SC
    • Transfer Certificate (TC), Conduct Certificate (CC) and Study Certificate (SC) are issued, when required, at the written request of the student concerned alone after all dues are cleared. Under exceptional circumstances, however, the parent may also be issued TC, CC and SC on behalf of the student against the written authorisation of the letter duly attested by a permanent member of the teaching staff of the College.
  7. COLLEGE EXAMINATIONS
      The following rules are applicable to Class Tests/Mid Term Exams/Pre-public Exams.
    1. Detailed Time Tables will be announced in advance from time to time.
    2. The marks secured by the students at the Tests Exams will be considered together with their attendance record in sending up ‘their Attendance & Progress Certificates to the university/Board
    3. Except for genuine and unavoidable reasons, no student shall absent himself/herself from the Tests/Exams. Serious notice will be taken of absence without leave.
    4. A student who absent himself/herself from Class Tests/Exams on medical grounds shall submit along with his leave application a medical certificate from a physician during the period of such absence. His/her leave application shall necessarily bear the signature of his/her parent/guardian besides that of his/her Counsellor.
    5. The performance of students at Class Tests. Mid Term Exams and Pre-public Exams will be closely and continuously watched by the Test Monitoring Unit (TMU). Absence from or indifferent performance at them will invite punishment such as fines and/or imposition that the answers be prepared a given number of times and shown to the teachers concerned. In cases of repeated guilt, more drastic punishment will be meted out including removal of names from the College rolls after intimation to the parents/ guardians concerned wherever possible.
  8. Schedule of Class Test/College Exams

    I Inter:

    1. Class Tests commences roughly one month after formation of Classes.
    2. Mid-year exams during the first half of January.
    3. Pre-public Exams coinciding with commencement of II Inter Practical Exams

    II Inter:

    1. Class Tests commences roughly one month after reopening of College.
    2. Mid-year exams during the first half of January.
    3. Pre-public Exams during the middle of February so as to be completed before the commencement of II Inter Practical Exam.

    I Degree:

    1. Class Tests commencing roughly one month after formation of classes such that each subject gets at least one test per term.
    2. Mid-year exams during the first half of January.
    3. Pre-public Exams shortly before commencement of Final Exams.

    II Degree:

    1. Class tests commencing roughly one month after reopening of College for the year such that each subject gets at least one test per term.
    2. Mid-Year exams during the first half of January.
    3. Pre-Public exams shortly before the commencement of Final Exams.

    III Degree:

    1. Class tests commencing roughly one month after reopening of College for the year during I Term such that each subject gets at least one test per term.
    2. Mid-year Exams during the first half of January.
  9. PUBLIC EXAMINATION RULES
    1. The prescribed examination fee should be paid and the application form submitted after being correctly and completely filled in.
    2. Hall Ticket should be claimed in person at least a day before the examination for which the candidate is appearing. Discrepancies, if any, in Hall ticket should immediately be brought to the notice of the Chief Superintendent.
    3. Candidates with outstanding dues in respect of tuition fee, lab and library levies, general breakage, hostel bills, NCC dues etc., Games are not issued Hall Tickets, unless the said dues are cleared and certificates of having done so produced.
    4. “Instructions to candidates” issued by the Board of Intermediate Education/University are supplied to all candidates and should be strictly followed. The Chief Superintendent may however announce from time to time such changes therein as he may, in his discretion, deem necessary for the smooth and proper conduct of the Examinations.
    5. Rules relating to revaluation, re totalling, personal verification of answer scripts etc., may be found in the ”Instructions to candidates’ and are applicable for the examination for which they are supplied by the B.I.E/University. In case of doubt, clarification may be had from the College/R.I.O., Guntur/B.I.E., Hyderabad/ Nagarjuna University.
  10. EXTRA-CURRICULAR & CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

    The aim and objective of any educational institution is to bring out the best in young men and women. Besides being a temple of learning, it must cater for the all round development of the wards so as to mould them into integrated personalities. Hence the need for extracurricular and co-curricular activities.

    In the light of experience in recent years, the following institutional frame work is decided upon to meet the above desideratum.

    1. Student Welfare Committee (SWC)
    2. Knowledge and Wisdom Circle (KWC)
    3. Fine Arts Association (FAA)
    4. Games and Sports Association (GSA)

    Each of the above associations is managed by an executive body with staff advisers and student nominees as members. The Principal is the ex-officio chairman of all the associations. The student membership of all the above bodies is by nomination on the basis of merit/ Suitability. Members shall confine themselves to the activities of their associations alone. The Chairman is empowered to withdraw at any point of time the nomination/recognition in respect of any student, office-bearer for proven indiscipline.

    Programs and Schedules of activity will be chalked out by the Associations concerned under the direction of the Principal and the Staff Advisers. All expenditure will be met against budget provision and with on the spot-guidance and supervision of Staff Advisers.

  11. PROGRESS REPORTS

    Progress Reports are sent by Post to the parents/guardians of all students after the mid year Exam.

    Parents are always welcome to consult the Principal/ Counsellors on their own to keep themselves informed of the progress of their children/wards from time to time. They are specially requested to meet the Principal/Counsellors when required to do so by letter or on oral intimation in fulfillment of their written promise at the time of admission.

  12. STUDENT COUNSELLING SYSTEM

    With a view to developing healthy rapport between the teacher and the taught, Student Counselling System Was introduced on an experimental basis and is found to be highly beneficial. Under the system, each teacher is entrusted with the care of about 20-25 students whom he meets as a group at least once in a fortnight, and oftener if need be, either collectively or individually. The academic progress and attendance of the wards and problems of attendance, if any, faced by them on the campus are reviewed and suitable advice tendered. Leave applications are to be submitted by students through Counsellors alone. The Counsellor, in short, is the friend, philosopher and guide of the wards under his care. The working of the system will be reviewed from time to time and suitable changes made in it to subserve the academic goals of the College.

  13. BOOKS AND APPARATUS
    1. Every student shall provide himself/herself with all the prescribed text books and carry them to the classes. This is especially so in the case of language subjects. Students who fail to comply with the instruction may be marked absent and or sent out of the class by the teacher concerned.
    2. Every student to whom books or other properties of the College are entrusted shall be held responsible for their preservation in good condition. In the event of their being lost or damaged he/ she shall be required to replace them or defray their cost.
    3. Any student breaking or damaging any College property shall be required to bear the cost of repair or of replacement. In cases of wilful damage he/she shall be punished in such manner as the Principal may think fit.
  14. NATIONAL CADET CORPS

    Admission to N.C.C. is voluntary. The Students will, however, do well to note that preference is being given to N.C.C. certificate holders for admission to higher courses of study, employment in the Armed Forces and other services etc.

  15. COLLEGE NOTICE BOARD

    Notices intended for students will be displayed on the Notice Boards. They will not ordinarily be sent round classes. Students should acquaint themselves from day to day, with the announcements put up on the College Notice Board.

  16. NATIONAL SERVICE SCHEME

    N.S.S. is a voluntary Organisation introduced by the Central Government to inculcate in the minds of College students values like dignity of labour and service to community. Some credit at the time of admission to higher courses of study is generally given to N.S.S. Volunteers. To be eligible for this, however, one must have put in a minimum of two years service in the Organisation.

  17. RULES OF THE LIBRARY
    1. The library is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on all working days until further notification in this regard.
    2. A student is entitled to borrow two books for 14 days only at the end of which period the books shall be returned to the Library.
    3. No student shall borrow more than two books at a time from the Library but may consult any number of books in the Reading Room.
    4. Marking of books in any manner or writing in them or tearing out pictures or pages is absolutely forbidden. The borrower last using a book will be responsible for any defect or mutilation not pointed out at the time of its borrowing.
    5. A book lost or mutilated shall be replaced by a new copy of the same book by the borrower within one month from the due date or he/she shall pay three times the cost of such lost or mutilated book.
    6. Students returning books to the Library shall see that the return is acknowledged by the Librarian as other wise they will be held responsible for the books.
    7. All books must be applied for in person; no book will be issued to messengers or nominees.
    8. Absence from the College will not relieve a borrower of the responsibility of returning books on the due date. An overdue charge of 1 0 paise a day per book shall be levied for books not returned on the due date. Overdue charges shall be paid in the Office.
    9. Students are forbidden from taking books to places infested with infectious diseases.
    10. All books, without any exception, shall be returned for annual stock-taking.
    11. Books borrowed by members of the staff not pertaining to the subjects they handle, shall be returned with in two weeks an shall be reissued, if necessary.
    12. Members of the non-teaching staff will be allowed to take not more than two books at a time for two weeks.
    13. Students are prohibited from passing on books from one to another and from lending them to persons not connected with the College.
    14. Rare and costly editions and richly illustrated books will be issued out only with the written permission of the principal.
    15. Students appearing for University/Board Examination shall return all books borrowed from the library at least a week before the day announced for the issue of hall tickets. Default in this respect will entail the withholding of hall ticket. T.C., C.C., etc.
    16. The Librarian may recall any book at any time even before the expiry of the normal period prescribed in these rules.
    17. These Library Rules & Regulations may be altered or amended or added to, without prior notice to the members.
    18. The Librarian is authorised to enforce all the above rules.
  18. RULES OF THE READING ROOM
    1. The Reading Room is kept open from 1 0 a.m. to 5 p. in.
    2. Strict silence and discipline shall be observed in the Reading Room.
    3. Students found in the Reading Room, having absconded from the Class, shall be liable to be fined.
    4. Any student found marking or cutting out any portion of any magazine, news paper or book shall be liable to a fine and/or other punishment as may be decided by the Principal.
    5. Bound volumes of back numbers of periodicals excepting a few which are earmarked for purposes of reference may be lent out.
    6. No illustrated periodicals, current or back number shall be taken out of the Reading Room during working hours
    7. No personal effects like umbrellas, printed books, hand bags etc., are permitted to be carried into the Library.
  19. The following dailies and periodicals are
    available in the Reading Room
    
    
    New Papers:
    1. Hindu	        		2.	Indian Express
    3. Andhra Prabha			4.	The Economic Times
    5. Andhra Bhoomi			6.	Eenadu
    
    Weeklies (English):        		Weeklies (Telugu)
    1. Sports Star                		1.	India Today
    2. Sunday
    3. Week
    4. India Today
    5. Employment News
    
    Fortnightlies :
    1. Frontline				2.	Business India
    3. Business World			4.	Capital Market
    5. Woman’s Era				6.	Suprabhatam (T)
    
    Monthlies (English):
    1. Competition Review			2.	Wisdom
    3. Competition Adviser			4.	Science Today
    5. Business India			6.	Competition Refresher
    7. Alive				8.	News Panorama
    9. P.C. Quest				10.	Date Quest
    11. Electronics For You			12.	Computer to day
    13. Corrent Topics
    
    Monthlies (Telugu):
    1. Telugu Vidyardhi			2.	Udyoga Parvam
    3. Udyoga Vijayalu  			4.	Udyoga Sofanamu (T)
    5. Wonder World
    
  20. INFORMATION RELATING TO INTERMEDIATE PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS

    Given below is information applicable in general but subject to modifications, if any, announced from time to time by the Board of Intermediated Education. (B.I.E.) It is advisable that the rule position applicable be ascertained from the office and made doubly sure of before acting thereon.

    1. Exam/ other Fees payable to the BIE is to be remitted in the Office counter B C AS Bapatla, The said rule may change from time to time as per the instructions from BIE.
    2. There is no provision for revaluation of answer book as a whole or any part thereof. However, applications for checking the totaling of marks will be entertained on payment of the following prescribed fee within the time notified.
    3. Fee for issue of Duplicate Memo of Marks: Rs.50/-
    4. Fee for re-totalling of Marks per Paper Rs. 200/-
    5. There is no provision for personal verification of, theory or practical answer scripts.
    6. Candidates desirous of having their marks re-totalled should pay the prescribed fees of the B.I.E., in the State Bank of India, Bapatla and the DD infavour of Secretary, BIE there of should be enclosed to the application form containing the following details.
      1. Name of the Candidate
      2. Regd No.
      3. Month and Year of the Examination
      4. Centre of the Examination and
      5. The purpose for which the prescribed fee is paid.
      6. Such applications are to be sent to, the Secretary B.I.E., A.P., Hyderabad
      7. Application for re-totalling of marks will be entertained in the B.I.E. Office only for a period of one month from the date of publication of results in news papers.
      8. Representation from candidates regarding any discrepancies in publication of results received after two months from the date of the said publication of results, will not be entertained.
      9. Any discrepancy in the Pass Certificates and Memos should be brought to the notice of the Board through the Principal within eight weeks from the date of publication of results failing which the board will not bear any responsibility for non-posting of marks or non-release of results. No representations after due date will be entertained.
    7. Examination Fee Particulars:
      1. Cost of Examination Application form Rs. 10/-
      2. Fee for one or Whole papers of I yr.: 150/-
      3. Fee for one or Whole papers of II yr.: 150/-
      4. For improvement of the whole/part/subject of examination Rs. 100/-
      5. For duplicate Pass Certificate Rs. 300/-
    8. Fee for condonation of Shortage in Attendance:
      1. Shortage upto 10 days: Rs. 100/-
      2. Shortage between 11 and 15 days Rs. 150/-
      3. Shortage exceeding 15 days: Rs. 200/-
      4. Fee for Combination of Attendance: Rs. 6/-
      5. Fee for Provisional Certificate: Rs. 30/-
    9. Candidates who, after completing the Intermediate Public Examination, desire to change the group subjects under part III need put in attendance in the new group for one year i.e. in the II year of the course in an affiliated college. For availing oneself of this facility the change of group should be within the same faculty. i.e., within Humanities or within Science, as the case may be, but not from Humanities to Science group or vice versa.

  21. INFORMATION RELATING TO DEGREE EXAMS OF ACHARYA NAGARJUNA UNIVERSITY

    Given below is information applicable in general, but subject to modifications, if any, announced from time to time by the Acharya Nagarjuna University.

    It is advisable that the rule position applicable be asecrtained from the office and made doubly sure of before acting thereon.

    Migration Certificate is issued in the College itself on payment of Prescribed Fee as given here under by way of challan in SBI to the credit of N.U. Exams Account.

    Examination Fee Particulars: B.A., B. Sc. & B. Com.

    1. Fee for whole Examination I/II year Rs. 210/-
    2. Fee for whole Examination III year Rs. 260/-
    3. Fee for single subject Rs. 110/-
    4. Fee for each Practical Rs. 45/-
    5. Fee for two subjects Rs. 145/-
    6. Fee for three subjects Rs. 165/-
    7. Fee for more than three subjects in I/II year Rs. 210/-
    8. Fee for more than four subjects in I/II year Rs. 230/-
    9. Fee for duplicate Marks List Rs. 130/-
    10. Fee for Migration Certificate (Original) Rs. 40/-
    11. Fee for Migration Certificate (duplicate) Rs. 250/-

    Examination Fee Particulars: B.C.A.

    1. I/II year whole Examination fee Rs. 475/-
    2. III year whole Examination fee Rs. 520/-
    3. Fee for single paper Rs. 120/-
    4. Fee for two papers Rs. 165/-
    5. Fee for three papers Rs. 245/-
    6. Fee for four papers Rs. 320/-
    7. Fee for five papers Rs. 375/-
    8. Fee for six papers Rs. 475/-

    There is no facility of improvement appearance for Degree students unless a candidate passes the three year course.

    Students as who wish to apply for revaluation/personal verification has to pay the prescribed fee as given below

    1. Fee for revaluation for each Script Rs.375/-
    2. Fee for personal verification for each Script Rs.375/-
    3. For improvement of class (In addition to the Examination fee) Rs. 155/-

    Note : Degree students desirous of improving their result may do so only on completion of the three year course and after having passed earlier the papers in respect of all the three years. For this purpose the whole examination (including practicals) is to be taken. A fee of Rs. 100/- is payable therefor in addition to the regular examination fee.

    The fee once paid will in no circumstances, be returned or held over for a subsequent examination.

    Candidates appearing for the first time have to apply for whole examination and pay the fee prescribed therefor irrespective of their intention to appear for a single part or Parts.

    Passing percentage of Marks: B.A., B.Sc. & B.Com.

    Written 35%

    Practical (B.Sc.) 35%

      Condonation of Shortage in Attendance:
    • Applications for condonation should reach the Registrar at least 15 days before the commencement of the following as examinations. Students failing to pay the condonation fee and submit the condonation application in time run the risk of their exam results marks lists being withheld.
    • Rates of Condonation Fee:

      For the first 10 days Rs. 40/-

      11th day onwards at the rate of Rs. 4/- per day subject to a maximum of Rs. 100/-

      Last date for payment of condonation fee as notified.

      Examination fee and Condonation fee are to be paid in the State Bank of India against Nagarjuna University account.

    • Students who wish to join on T.C. after a specified time have to obtain the prior permission of the Nagarjuna University, a fee of Rs. 100/- is payable to the University by way of challan at the time of such admission.
    • Students are issued Pass Certificates at their respective Colleges of study only on clearance of all dues and the submission of the prescribed proforma duly filled in.

  22. FEE CONCESSIONS AND SCHOLARSHIPS

    With a view to helping deserving students belonging to identified weaker sections or economically poor families, several fee concessions and scholarships are offered by the Government, both State and Central. Scholarship holders should always keep in mind that grant or continuance of help by the Govt. is conditional on their putting in a minimum of 75% attendance at classes and satisfactory performance at all examinations/tests. Disciplined conduct and exemplary character on and off the campus are especially expected of them. Scholarship / Fee Concessions may be withdrawn at any stage in respect of any student guilty of misconduct or found to participate in any strike or other unlawful activity.

    The Scholarship Card which is supplied to every scholarship holder contains information essential for the Principal to monitor the several aid schemes in a proper manner. Hence it should be preserved carefully and kept upto date.

    following fee concessions and scholarships are available

    1. Full Fee Concession:
    2. For Degree Students belonging to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and listed Backward Classes whose parents annual income is less than Rs. 50,920/-

    3. Social Welfare Department Scholarships:
    4. For students drawn from Listed Backward Classes whose parents annual income is less than Rs.33,500/-

    5. Tribal Welfare Department Scholarships:
    6. For students belonging to Scheduled Tribes whose parents annual income is less than Rs.50,920/-

    7. Handicapped Students’ Scholarships:
    8. For students who are physically handicapped to the extent specified.

    9. Hindi scholarships:
    10. For students with Hindi as second language whose parent’s annual income is less than Rs. 6000/- and who secured 60% or above marks in Hindi as well as in aggregate at the relevant qualifying exams.

    11. Ex-Military Scholarships:
    12. For students whose parents served in and retired from military service.

    13. Merit Scholarships:
    14. For students who secured ranks or high percentage of marks in X Class Examination as decided by the Government.

    15. Freedom Fighter’s Scholarships:
    16. For students whose parents participated in the national struggle for independence and courted imprisonment.

    17. National Loan. Scholarships :
    18. For students whose parents, annual income is less than Rs. 6000/- and who secured 60% or above marks at the relevant qualifying exam as decided by the Government.

  23. ACADEMIC AND OTHER PRIZES

    Based on the performance of students at the earlier public examinations/class tests/mid-year examinations/annual contests, prizes are awarded at the end of each year for proficiency in the different subjects of the curriculum as also in areas such as elocution, essay writing, quiz etc., in such manner as the Principal, in consultation with the appropriate staff advisory body may decide from time to time. Suitable prizes for proficiency in games and sports are also awarded to students in their respective fields fallowing such procedure as may be decided by the Principal keeping the views of the P.D.s. and other Staff advisers in mind.

    With a view to establishing the endowments created for the above purpose on a firm footing and streamlining their operation, an Endowments Monitoring Unit (EMU) is constituted with the members.

    • Chairman
    • Convener
    • Member
    • Member
    • Member

    The rules governing the EMU are given hereunder:

    1. The endowment amount is to be placed in fixed deposit with a nationalized bank situated at Bapatla in the name of the person who is sought to be commemorated. The interest accrued thereon is to be credited to Savings Bank Account in the Same bank and utilised every year for awarding a prize, cash or otherwise, as specified by the donor/s.
    2. The basis of awarding prizes, their periodicity and amount etc., are to be determined in consultation with the donor/s of each endowment and set down in writing so as to constitute annexures to these rules.
    3. The Prizes shall be given away as part of the Independence Day celebrations at which the donor/s are to be specially invited to be present. If, for any unavoidable reason, it is not possible of being done so, the said prizes shall be distributed on the Republic Day following, with the donor/s being invited to be present.
    4. The Convener, of EMU, identify the students eligible for the award of prizes under the various endowments, and have the prize winners decided at the meeting of the said EMU latest by the 15th July every year. Further he shall ensure that invitations are extended ;Immediately thereafter to the students concerned and the donor/s to the prize-distribution function to be held on the 15th August immediately following. He shall also simultaneously have the list of prize winners displayed on the Students and Staff Notice Boards.
    5. The Convener, EMU, shall keep custody of the TDRs, S.B. A/c Pass Books and all other papers connected with the endowments. He shall also maintain a minutes Book of the meetings of the EMU and a proper account of the income and expenditure in respect of all the endowments.

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