Rules and Regulations

  1. Students must be regular and punctual at lectures, demonstrations, seminars, practicals, field work and such other academic exercises.

  2. Students are required to attend all the allotted working periods in each of the prescribed subjects. If so recommended by the Heads of departments, the Dean may under the regulations of Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences (RGUHS), condone shortage of attendance up to 25%, caused by illness and such other valid reasons.

  3. Students, whose conduct, or attendance, or progress is not satisfactory, will not be allowed to appear for the University examinations, and are also liable to be asked to leave the college.

  4. Students must possess the prescribed text-books, laboratory journals, dissecting instruments, medical equipments etc.

  5. A language course is conducted in Kannada; the course is compulsory for all new entrants who do not know the language.

  6. Attendance at courses in Human Formation, including Medical Ethics, Rural Orientation Programmes and Behavioural Sciences, arranged by the college, is compulsory.

  7. All the students should attend lectures in Medical Ethics regularly and appear for the examinations conducted. Their attendance and performance at the examination will be recorded in the certificates issued by the college.

  8. In case of non-attendance at classes, an application must be presented to the Dean for leave of absence giving the reasons.

  9. Students, who are required to by the rules of the University to do so, must join the NCC (National Cadet Corps) or NSC or the Physical Training classes.

  10. Membership of the recognized Students' Association of the college is compulsory. No other association of students in the college will be permitted unless they have prior permission of the Dean.

  11. Catholic students are encouraged to join the All India Catholic Medical Guild of St. Luke (CMG), Bangalore, and the All India Catholic University Federation (AICUF).

  12. Catholic students have to attend Christian Doctrine classes and the retreats organized annually. They are urged and encouraged to attend the Eucharistic celebration as often as possible, and to make use of facilities made available to help in their all round formation as committed Christian doctors.

  13. Students must be neat and tidy in their dress, avoiding expensive clothes and exaggerated fashions.

  14. Students must maintain a sense of decorum and discipline inside the college, in its associated institutions and in public places.

  15. Students should refrain from disfiguring walls and furniture and from other objectionable practices.

  16. Ragging is strictly prohibited. In connection with this, the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences (RGUHS), Bangalore, to which our college is affiliated, has sent a circular dated 1st February 1997. The contents of this circular are:

  17. "Ragging is a cognizable offence and that any person caught indulging in ragging shall be liable to imprisonment for a term which may extend to one year, or with fine as stipulated therein."

    "Principals are instructed to inform the police and take necessary steps to dismiss the student."

    Ragging in any form is prohibited in the campus. In addition, any student indulging in any form of ragging in the hostel will be debarred from the hostels of this institution. He/She will have to make alternate arrangements for accommodation. Names of the students found ragging will be sent to the University for further action.

    All day scholars are also reminded that they are not allowed in any of the blocks in the hostel, and all residents in the hostel are hereby warned that any act of ragging either in the blocks or in the common rooms or in the dining halls, recreation room, sports grounds etc., is strictly prohibited.

    Any students/interns/PG residents/S.H.Os who indulge in any form of ragging will undergo severe punishment including immediate expulsion from the hostel etc.

  18. Students are required to carry their identity cards certified up-to-date, on their person at all times.

  19. All students of the II and III MBBS classes, who reside in the hostel, shall pay conveyance charges as and when college vehicles are provided to commute between the hostel and the affiliated hospital(s), unless they have their own vehicles (Example, scooters) or are regular pillion riders. In the latter case, it is essential that they record their names in the Students' section of the college, before they start using their vehicles.

  20. The college vehicles are not available for excursions, examinations and external postings.

  21. The college office must be kept posted with change of address, if any, local or permanent.

Note: The regulations included in this section are not exhaustive