Upendra Nath Brahma College
Upendra Nath Brahma College
[Affiliated to G.U. and Recognised by U.G.C., New Delhi (HRD under Section 2(F) & 12(B)]
KAJALGAON  CHIRANG  BTAD (ASSAM) - 783 385



The
college firmly believes in discipline and act upon the principles of discipline. Discipline and punctual ity are the only way of success. It is mandatory for each and every students to follow the prescribed discipline and decorum of the college.

I Use
of mobile or cell phones during Class hours by students is strictly prohibited.

II. Students having 75% or more class attendance shall only be allowed to appear in their respective final Semester examinations.

III. Ragging is "human rights abuse in essence". All forms of ragging in the College campus are prohibited. Strong disciplinary action will be taken if any one is found to be involved directly or indirectly in ragging.

Students
must carry valid identity cards i n the College hours.

V. Consumption of Gutkha, Pan masala or any other intoxicants is strictly prohibitted in the College campus.

VI. Violation of rules, irregular attendance, showing discourtesy to teachers and staff members in any form, adoption ofunfair means during examination, delinquent behaviour in the College campus or outside, etc. are some of the offences which may invite disciplinary action like termination of scholarship, compulsory transfer and even expulsion from the College.


College Uniform Colour Code
The idea of imposing unifonn to the students is inspired by the institution's initiative in inspiring a sense of
brotherhood and togetherness among the students community. It is always hoped that  the uniform will foster a sense of oneness and feeling of 'unity in diversity' among the students creed. The college has a separate uniform code for both the boys and girls students of the college. From the present academic session the college has introduced necktie and shoe as compulsory as per the request of the students.



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i) Wearing of college uniform by the students even during ceremonies and functions organised  in the college campus is compulsory.

(ii) Proper codes of colour will be entertained at the college office.

(iii) Casual/ fancy dresses under any circumstances will not be allowed inside the college campus.

(iv) Wearing of Leggings by girls is strictly prohibited.

(v) Wearing of Low hips pants by boys is strictly prohibited.

(vi) Students are free to ware any formal dress other than the college unifonn every Thursday.

(vii) Wearing of Navy-Blue Sweater during winter days is compulsory.

(viii) Kurta and dokhna blouse should be high neck


Students’ Identity Card
Students’ are issued the college Identity Card annualy. Old Identity Card is to be surrendered by each student at the end of every academic session for renewal. It is mandatory for all the students to carry the College Identity Card during class hours and at the time of disbursement of their Scholarships. The College authority reserves the right to issue a duplicate identity card in case of loss/damage of the original card on payment of necessary fees by the students.
 

Attendance Rules
For TDC Students :Students of TDC Semester I, II, III, IV, V, and VI Classes, both Major and Pass Course will be assessed internally on the basis of their respective attendance rules of GU as follows-

Admission of B.A. & B.Com. Major Courses into the college on merit basis.


Students intending to have Major Course in a particular subject shall have minimum of 50% marks in that subject in the last qualifying examination.

Regular attendance in class is compulsory.

Fulfillment of 75% of attendance of classes held (lectures delivered) by the students in each subject is compulsory.

Accredition of internal marks for class attendance as per specified ranges.

Minimum two Unit Tests for all Major & General classes (Arts & Commerce) will be conducted by each department and attendance of students in the Tests is compulsory.

Unit Tests for all classes shall be held in due course as per academic calendar.

Gap Certificate for students seeking admission who have passed the qualifying examination earlier than the current year should be produced at the time of admission from any of the following whichever is applicable.

(a) Medical Certificate from the Govt. Medical & Health Officer on genuine medical grounds and
(b) Gap Certificate from SDC/BDO/VCDC Chairman, M.B. on genuine financial constraints. Production of the following       
      documents in original at the time of admission by a candidate is compulsory.
(a) Mark sheet and Admit Card of H.S.S.L.C. and last qualifying examination.
(b) Pass Certificate from the Head of the Institution last attended.
(c) Caste Certificate from the competent authority wherever necessary.

Commencement of B.A. & B.Com. Semesters (Arts & Commerce) classes immediately after the completion of examinations of AHSEC and G.U. (exact date to be notified in due course).
Medium of Instruction : English.


Students’ Aid Fund
With a view to assist the poor and meritorious students of the college, a Students’Aid Fund has been created by taking a minimum contribution of fees from the students at the time of admission. The college authority after careful scruitiny of all the applications submitted by the students arrives at those, as to who shall be given the assistance. This however, depends on the availability of the fund position of the college.




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