Disciplinary Rules
By exercising the power delegated by the Hon'ble Vice-Chancellor under Sec. 95 of the Maharashtra Universities Act, 1994, Principal of the College has made the following Rules of Discipline for the Students.
1. . Every Student of the College has to attend at least 75% of the classes. Those
  Those who failed to secure a minimum attendance of 75% will not be entitled for forwarding their Examination forms to the University.
  Note :
  Attendance will be counted only if the Student has been attending all periods in a day.
2. Attendance in Practical Classes also shall be compulsory.
3. Students are supposed to keep their Identity Card with them and show as and when required by the Principal, Lecturers or any Employee of the College
4. Duplicate Identity Cards shall be given subject to the production of sufficient proof
5. Students should attend the College in prescribed Uniform or else, they shall not be allowed to attend the classes.
6. Every Student has to observe discipline in Class, College premises, Library in consonance with the best tradition of the College
7. Every Student is expected to observe silence in class. They are strictly prohibited to loiter or wander in College premises or anywhere during the Class time
8. Latecomers will not be allowed to attend the classes.
9. Students are hereby strictly instructed to switch off their Mobile Phones in the Class Rooms and also in College premises otherwise fine will be imposed
10. Students are not expected to do any activity which disturbs the regular functioning of the College.
11. Fine will be imposed on any Student who caused damage to College property. If the wrongdoer is not traceable, common fine will be imposed on all Students equally
12. Students are prohibited from doing any acts such as, late arrival, leaving the class before the bell without permission, chit-chatting etc., which disturb the classes individually or commonly.
13. Smoking, chewing Tobacco, Pan Masala, Ghutka and consumption of Intoxicating Liquors, Narcotic Drugs, Psychotropic Substances or any other prohibited substances in the College premises is strictly prohibited and also liable for severe punishment.
14. Every student has to follow Rules and Regulations of the Library Advisory Committee from time to time or else severe punishment will be imposed
15. Students should observe strict discipline in College Social Gatherings, Youth Festivals, Debate Competitions, Moot - Court Competitions etc.
16. Students should use the Parking Space provided for parking their vehicles otherwise punishment (including fine) will be imposed.
17. The Students are expected to attend; only those classes to which he/she is admitted, otherwise strict action shall be taken.
18. All the students are expected to follow. The Rules and Regulations laid down by the Disciplinary Committee or the Principal from time to time in addition to the abovementioned Rules and Regulation.
19. The students are strictly instructed to obey the Anti-Ragging Laws.
20. Dr. Justice Arijit Pasayat of the Supreme Court of India in The University of Kerala Vs. The Council of the Principals of College in Kerala & Others, Civil Appeal No. 887 of 2009 stated that - If the authorities are prima facie satisfied about the errant act of any student, they can in appropriate cases pending final decision, suspend the student from the institution and the Hostel if any and give opportunity to him to have his say. Immediately, the Police shall be informed and Criminal Law set into motion
21. . Students have to collect their Hall Tickets for the University Examinations on the dates specified by the College.
22. Possessing weapons by the Students in the Campus is prohibited and are liable for severe punishment, which includes the removal of their names from rolls.
23. Students should not allow outsiders in the Campus as well as in Classrooms. Accompanying them which is strictly prohibited.
24. Students are expected to behave decently with Teaching and Non-teaching Staff of the College.
25. Students shall pay the dues to the College in time. Fine shall be imposed on the defaulters.
26. Students are expected to utilize the facilities of Library and advised to read and collect information from Law Journals also. Students shall develop the skill of Legal knowledge by participating in Moot-Court, Debate, Elocution and other competitions.
27. Students shall go through the Internet for collecting latest information on Law. Students are also advised to create their personal e-mail addresses.
28. Students shall attend compulsorily in the academic activities carried out by the College.
29. Regular Students of the College are only permitted to take part and out of them, selection for all competitions including Moot-Court, Sports will be clone.
30. Do not spit on any place in the College. It may cause viral infections like Bronchitis and other Respiratory problems to others and also devaluates the decency and dignity of our Legal education.
31. Students are advised to discuss their grievances if any with their Parent Teacher (Class Teachers). 32. Students availing Hostel facility shall abide the Rules of the College and Hostel.
32. Students availing Hostel facility shall abide the Rules of the College and Hostel.
33. . College premises means and includes the Class rooms, College Campus, Hostel and any other area belongs to M. L. & G. E. Society.
34. Unconditional Co-operation and support to the Administration from all sections of the College is highly solicited. It gives more strength for protection of the name and fame of our M. L. & G.E. Society’s Manikchand Pahade Law College.
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