Conduct & Discipline

Good conduct is the hallmark of a good human being and its significance has to be stressed at home by parents and at college by teachers management. All religions including Islam emphasizes on the need for enforcement of good conduct. To say ‘please’ and ‘thank you’ to wish other when you meet them, to respect elders, teachers, parents and those in authority are only some aspects of good conduct. Observing college rules, praying regularly, punctuality, respect for those in authority and elders, good performance in examinations, helping other students, maintaining hygiene and cleanliness, dressing smartly, performing well in class and examinations, actively participating in co and extra curricular activities constitute good conduct. Commendation certificates and prizes will be awarded for good conduct.


The following acts shall be considered as misconduct.

  • Use of abusive language with teachers, college employees. and anybody inside or out side the college.
  • Humiliating, insulting, or hurting the religious, cultural, linguistics, or sectarian feelings of other. Showing disrespect for teachers, elders, and those with authority in college.
  • Littering and spitting.
  • Smoking or taking any intoxicating substance.
  • Not wearing college uniform.(not observing college dress code)
  • Not observing cleanliness and hygiene i.e. unkempt hair, unclean teeth, body or clothes .
  • Coming late to classes, to college activities and functions or willful absence from any of the activities.
  • Examination offences like cheating.
  • Causing loss or damage to college.
  • Violating college administrative rules.
  • Possession of electric and electronic goods like radios, tape /DVD recorders, mobile phones etc.
  • Raising slogans of any nature against the college management or any other person or body.
  • Any manner demonstration.
  • Visiting those places which have been/ are declared out of bounds for students time to time.
  • Failing to rejoin on expiry of authorized leave.
  • Misconduct can lead to permanent expulsion from the college or Imposition of fine ranging from Rs. 1000 to Rs. 5000.
  • Prevention from taking an examination.
  • Suitable punishment like writing a sentence a thousand time or lesser.
  • If any college property/items are damaged, the defaulter would reimburse the cost of damaged item along with the fine.
  • However, if the defaulter is unidentified, the damage charges will be distributed among the students in that particular vicinity of class etc.
  • Authorities entitled to award punishments.
  • The Principal directly or on the recommendation of the following authorities may approve sanction and punishments.


Following will constitute acts of “Gross Misconduct / Heinous offences”

  • Shouting, abusing or using physical force on any person.
  • Possessing fire arm,dagger,knuckle duster, etc
  • Smoking.
  • Cheating, Lying , Stealing and acts of moral turpitude.
  • Gross disrespect by word / gesture act to any employee of the college by LEEDSIAN or his parent/relative in/out of campus.
  • Any action /misconduct beyond college jurisdiction campus or any action of this institution likely to violate the good order of the college or any other offence which in the opinion of the Principal requires expulsion from the college.
  • In case of a serious offence, a LEEDSIAN may be expelled without previous warning to his parent. Driving by LEEDSIAN in the campus is not allowed.
  • Absenteeism with out leave for three or more days.


  • Punishment for gross misconduct will be immediate expulsion from the college.
  • The decision of the Principal in all discipline matters will be deemed as final, not challengeable in any court of law.
  • The Principal has the authority to refuse admission.
  • Once a student is withdrawn from the college or is struck off from the college strength, he cannot be re-admitted. However, the Principal may exercise his discretionary power and authority to allow re-admission for which complete admission fee will be charged.
  • All correspondence in all matters should be addressed to the principal.


The College shall observe all public holidays declared by the government and additional holidays including vacations that are announced. Presence of required employees will however be ensured by the management.


  • Leave will be granted on the basis of a written application by parents/guardians on the demise of real brother/sister or any one of the parents.
  • Leave for attending wedding will only be allowed for one day if it is the real brother/sisters, after the provision of wedding card at least one week in advance.
  • Preferably the marriage be planned during long weekend/vacations.
  • Requests for extension of leave WILL NOT be entertained.
  • Medical leave will only be granted in case of Govt hospital admission


Leave for birthday/engagements, relatives functions, departures/arrivals from Hajj and sickness of family members will not be entertained.


1. Students are required to attend the classes on regular basis (Lectures, practicals) throughout the academic year.
2. Students shall be fined for absenteeism in any activity.
3. It is mandatory to fulfil the attendance criteria which is 80%.
4. If a student is absent for a genuine reason, his leave-application must be sent to the Principal on the same / next day, signed by his Parents/ Guardian.
5. In all cases, leave taken by the student shall be at his own risk. Even a medical certificate shall not condone a deficiency in the required attendance percentage. Leave / absence just before or after local / gazetted holiday is not approvable.
6. Absentee charges per day is Rs. 20 & Absentee in the Month of March is Rs 100/-


In order to ameliorate the potential and creative skills of the students in a sustainable manner, the LEEDS college conducts monthly tests terms and pre -board exams on regular basis.
At the end of every month, a test comprising the portion of the course taught conducted in the prescribed schedule. All the students shall necessarily undertake these tests.
The academic session has been divided in two terms. At the end of each term exams are conducted in the portion of course taught. These examinations play a pivotal role in the educational uplift of the students.
Pre Board Examination is conducted at least two months prior to the commencement of the board of intermediate and secondary education papers which are prepared strictly in the pattern of board exams in order to familiarize the students with board exams and to enable them to get distinctive positions.
Fail per Test fine Rs 50/-while fail per paper in home examination will be charged Rs 200/-