The Student-Teachers shall strictly adhere to the following rules of conduct and uphold the decorum and credibility of the college.
It is obligatory on the part of the student to abide by the rules and regulations of the College for maintaining good standard, discipline and individual progress. ⇒ The students must behave very decently in the college campus. Their manners should not cause any disturbance to other students, to the public and to the smooth functioning of the college. ⇒ The students should always wear the identity cards inside the College campus. ⇒ The students must follow the dress code to maintain the dignity and decorum of the College. ⇒ On the first bell, students shall assemble in the MP Hall and wait silently for the Assembly. ⇒ No student shall enter the class or leave the class without the permission of the Teacher-Educator. ⇒ Every Class Teacher keep a close watch on the Student-Teachers’ attendance and conduct. ⇒ Attendance to the College functions like College assembly, Club activities, Association meetings, Seminars, Group Discussions, Innovative School visits and Ward System are obligatory to all Student-Teachers. ⇒ Without the permission of the Principal, Student-Teachers shall not organize any activities or associate with any outside group concerned with the College. ⇒ Late comers can enter the class only if permitted by the Teacher-Educator. ⇒ Students absent from college must produce a letter explaining the cause of absence. ⇒ A formal letter with a medical certificate is necessary in case of sickness for over three days. ⇒ Use of Mobile phones is strictly banned inside the campus.
A Student-Teacher should dress in a dignified way, in tune with their noble profession and culture. It adds that a Student-Teacher ought to be dressed" in a way that would not promote inequality and temptation among students". Hence, the Student-Teacher should wear Uniform saree on all working days except Wednesday.
WORKING DAYS and CLASS HOURS
The TNTEU has recommended that a semester consists of 100 working days excluding Examination and an Academic Year is divided into two semesters.
The College works under the six day system with two sessions-a morning session of three consecutive hours divided into four periods and an afternoon session of three
consecutive hours divided into three periods. There is a lunch break in between the two sessions. The morning session starts at 9.00 a.m. and ends at 12.30 p.m. The afternoon session begins at 1.15 p.m. and ends at 4.00 p.m.