St. Joseph’s Training College, Mannanam, intends to develop healthy study habits, personal maturity and good social relations, and to instil family spirit and responsible freedom among the students. Hence, all are expected to observe the following rules and regulations.
Code of Behaviour
- All are expected to be neat and simple in dress and appearance, to be punctual and regular in attendance and to be faithful and diligent in studies and special assignments allotted to each.
- Our students are expected to uphold values, respect seniors and authorities, to be polite and courteous to all, and be ready to oblige and show decency and decorum in behaviour.
- In the College campus male students are expected to wear Pants/ dhothis and Shirts while the ladies wear Sarees/ Churidars. College uniform is insisted on stipulated days.
- All are requested to keep the college campus and classrooms clean and tidy.
- In the campus, students are expected to greet the teachers and friends respectfully.
- Students who avail free time, should not loiter along the verandas but be in the reading room, library, classroom or computer lab.
- Politics in any form is not allowed in the college campus. Students are not permitted to have active membership in any political and quasi- political organisations of any kind.
- Students are forbidden to attend or organise any meeting, or collect money for any purpose, which is not previously approved by the Principal. They should not circulate any notice or petition among the students, or exhibit them anywhere in the premises without the signature of the Principal.
- Students are not allowed to make a complaint in a body or to address any authority by a collective petition without the prior sanction of the Principal. Such a combined action is subversive of good order.
- Students should not make any marks on the furniture or walls or on any part of the college premises, or pour ink on the floor or litter classrooms and grounds.
- Misconduct of a serious nature or neglect of work by a student makes one liable to be declared unfit by the Principal to become a teacher and the person will have to discontinue his/her studies in this college.
- Use of mobile phone is strictly prohibited during the class hours.
Classes are conducted in the college in two sessions. The morning session starts at 9.30 a.m. and the afternoon session at 2 p.m. The students assemble in their respective classes at the second bell and conduct the prayers at the third bell. College Assembly will be con- ducted on Wednesdays. Tutorials are conducted before the morning session and after the afternoon session.
Tutorial : 9.00 a.m to 9.30 a.m
Morning session : 9.30 a.m. to 1.00 p.m.
Lunch interval : 1.00 p.m. to 2.00 p.m.
Afternoon session : 2.00 p.m. to 4.00 p.m.
Tutorial : 4.00 p.m. to 4.30 p.m.
Attendance and Leave
- Each student is required to attend classes without fail.
- The absence of a student without leave for any single period would result in the loss of attendance for the whole session.
- A student, who needs leave, shall apply in the prescribed form to the Principal with the prior permission and signature of the class teacher. Leave forms should be submitted usually on the previous working day. In unavoidable circumstances, the leave form shall be submitted on return after leave. Such cases should be reported by phone.
- The Principal can demand the production of a medical certificate when the leave applied for is on medical grounds.
- No leave will be granted in continuation of holidays, either before or after.
- An absentee for 10 consecutive working days without leave application, will automatically be removed from the rolls of the college without notice.
- Shortage of attendance shall not be recommended for condonation.
- The Certificate of Attendance and Progress Report required for admission to the University Examination will be granted only if:
- a student has more than 75% of attendance in the college and 90% of attendance during Teaching Practice;
- the student has completed the course to the satisfaction of the authorities concerned; and
- the progress in studies and conduct in the college and outside have been satisfactory.