Shridevi Institute of Engineering and Technology

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The ragging in any form is strictly prohibited within the premises of the college as well as on the public transport. If anybody found indulged in these activities, strict action will be taken irrespective of the extent and shall be dealt with as per the ordinance. Hon’ble Supreme Court of India has banned ragging.

1. Acts or practices, whether done by individuals or groups, that entail physical assault, threats, or the use of force.
2. Actions that violate the status, dignity, and honor of female students and/or those belonging to Scheduled Castes (SC) and Scheduled Tribes (ST) communities.
3. Exposing students to mockery and disrespect, thereby impacting their self-esteem.
4. Involvement in verbal abuse, aggression, indecent gestures, and obscene behavior.

To prevent such acts, an anti-ragging committee has been established and operationalized even before the commencement of the first-year classes. The committee is empowered to take swift action against any offenders. As of now, there have been no reported incidents of ragging at SIET, Tumakuru.

1. Attendance for all class tests and college assessment examinations is mandatory for students.
2. Completion of all term work, including journals, drawing sheets, workshop tasks, or any other assignments, must be done according to the provided schedule.
3. Students and parents should be aware that failure to complete term work to the satisfaction of the institute's head may result in the student being ineligible to appear for university examinations.
4. Students are responsible for their conduct not only within the institute's premises but also for their general behavior.
5. Students are expected to assist in maintaining cleanliness and tidiness within the institute's building and campus.
6. Adherence to the rules and regulations set forth by the institute is mandatory for all students.
7. Any form of misconduct may result in disciplinary action, including expulsion from the institute.
8. Students must wear aprons while in the workshop.
9. Regularly reading notices posted on the college notice board is expected of all students.
10. The college cannot be held responsible for any loss or damage incurred by students due to their failure to read posted notices.
11. Vehicles must be parked only in designated areas, and students must always carry their identity cards while on college premises.
12. Any changes in a student's address must be promptly communicated to the college office.

1. All movements to and from the hostels must be logged in the movement register, overseen by the security guard stationed at the hostel entrance, and duly signed.
2. Hostel Identification (ID): Students must obtain their hostel IDs from the hostel office. When leaving campus, students are required to deposit their IDs at the main gate and retrieve them from security upon re-entry. IDs not collected at the main gate will be available for retrieval from the hostel office after a waiting period of 15 days. During this time, students cannot leave the institute premises. In the event of a lost ID card, students must report the loss to the Students Welfare Office, and a duplicate card will be issued after 15 days.
3. Attendance: For the ladies' hostel, attendance must be recorded between 8:00 and 9:30 pm. In the case of the boys' hostel, all residents must be present in their rooms with them open between 9:30 pm and 10:30 pm daily (excluding Saturdays for the boys' hostel) for attendance to be taken by Wardens/Block Supervisors. Room changes are only permitted with the approval of the Chief Warden.
4. Hostel Room Regulations: Hostel rooms are subject to periodic inspection by university and hostel authorities to ensure cleanliness and orderliness. Possession of unauthorized items such as alcohol, drugs, or weapons is strictly prohibited.
5. Quiet Hours: Silence must be maintained throughout the hostel premises, including rooms, bathrooms, dining halls, corridors, and common areas. Students are responsible for ensuring that their behavior does not inconvenience or disturb others.
6. Day Scholars and Donations: Day scholars are not permitted in the hostel, and students are prohibited from soliciting donations for any purpose, whether religious or otherwise.
7. Class Attendance and Late Arrival: Students absent from regular classes must seek permission from the Warden and inform the Chief Warden. Hostel residents arriving after gate closing hours without prior authorization or a valid reason will be fined. Persistent latecomers risk expulsion from the hostel, with no possibility of readmission.
8. Water Conservation: Hostel residents are expected to use water responsibly and avoid wastage.
9. Disciplinary Action: Students consistently arriving late or absent from the hostel will face expulsion, with no chance of reinstatement under any circumstances.

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