The working day is divided into two sessions; the forenoon session of 4 periods and afternoon session of 2 periods. Attendance is marked at the commencement of the class. Latecomers, therefore, though permitted to attend class by the teacher concerned, will not be given attendance. No student shall absent himself/herself from classes without the prior permission of the Coordinator/Class Mentor. Students must have a minimum of 75% attendance to be permitted to write the examinations. Leave application will be accepted only if the actual attendance is above 75%. Students who are absent from classes for 2 weeks or more at a stretch without the permission of the Director/Principal obtained in writing, will be considered to have left the College. Students remaining absent for more than 2 days for any reasons (personal, co/extracurricular activities) have to submit the leave form duly signed on the day they resume classes.

When absence is caused by unforeseen events, application for leave must be submitted to the Director/Principal as early as possible as and certainly not later than 2 days after return to the College. Application for leave of absence may be rejected by the Director/Principal if he is not satisfied with the genuineness. Students must not join any club or society or involve in any engagements that would interfere with the studies without the prior permission of the Director/Principal. Students are forbidden to organize and attend any meeting within the college, or collect money for any purpose or to circulate among the students any notice or petition of any kind or paste it on the college notice board without the written permission from the Director / Principal. Active participation in politics not compatible with the academic life of students and as such students are not expected to indulge in public activities, which are of a political nature. Students will not be permitted to make complaints in a body or present any collective petition but are welcome to present their case, if any, either individually or through their proper representatives.