Every student is required to adhere strictly to the code of conduct of Naipunnya College, Pongam as detailed below. To this end, it is necessary that every student understands dos and don’ts framed as part of code of conduct.


  • Maintain socially accepted standards of morality.
  • The working hours are from 9.15 Am to 4.10 Pm. Students should on no account arrive late in the classroom. They should be inside their classroom at the stroke of the first bell.
  • The working hours are from 9.15 Am to 4.10 Pm. Students should on no account arrive late in the classroom. They should be inside their classroom at the stroke of the first bell.
  • Students should wear the prescribed dress code or complete uniform, with their photo identity cards, on all days, including those days on which there are no regular classes.
  • Successfully complete every academic requirement set by Naipunnya, giving full attendance to the classes and securing at least 60% in every test conducted in the class.
  • Be clean and appropriately attired as per the Naipunnya dress code at all times.
  • Show proper respect and courtesy to your fellow mates, teaching and non teaching staff on or off campus at all times.
  • Safeguard the property of Naipunnya.
  • Attend the morning assembly, which is conducted to impart moral values to every participant where in important announcements are made.
  • Abide by all the administrative and academic rules of the college (which are already in practice or can be made as and when required), accepting the evaluation of Naipunnya as final in all respects.
  • Pay all fees on schedule, failing for which the student will be refrained from writing the exam or undergo any disciplinary action proposed by the college authorities.
  • Birthday celebrations should not be organized in the college campus.
  • Students are expected to be polite in language and behavior. They should greet their teachers when they first meet them for the day.


  • Smoke or consume tobacco in any form
  • Possess, consume or distribute alcohol or harmful drugs (illegal narcotics) on or off campus
  • Disturb the peace in the campus, nor destroy, deface or remove the property of Naipunnya.
  • Injure a person under the guise of initiation, pledging, student celebration or any other purpose.
  • Involve in political activity of any kind or invite any person to the campus for initiating activities
  • Indulge in any form of ‘Ragging’ or any act of indiscipline.
  • Bring mobile phones, camera and other related electronic equipment in the campus without permission.
  • Indulge in any kind of misbehavior in and around the campus
  • Misbehavior towards girl students, use of threat or violence against members of the staff or fellow students will be considered as very serious cases of misconduct.
  • As per the Government directive, camera cell phones are banned on the campus. Use of mobile phones is strictly forbidden inside the college buildings. Students are advised not to bring mobile phones and other valuables to the campus

Malpractices / Offences in the University Examination

  • Possession of any non-permissible material relevant to the examination, including electronic gadgets, written matter on paper, calculator, data book, handkerchiefs, socks, other items of clothing, instrument box, identity card, or on any part of the body.
  • Copying from neighbour’s answer scripts and helping neighbours answer questions.
  • Resisting handing over non-permissible material brought to the examination hall to the invigilator.
  • Disobeying the invigilator/other officials or resistance to instruction from authority.ilop
  • Writing on the question paper (other than name or register no.) or hall ticket and/or passing the same to other student(s) in the examination hall.
  • Changing/replacing roll numbers and answer books or sitting at the wrong seat.
  • Tampering with answer books, removing pages, tampering with the bar code, and writing register no., student name, name of college or other identifiable content in the answer book.
  • Disturbances outside the hall or disturbing candidates from outside.
  • Leaving the examination hall without handing over the question paper, before the time assigned for the examination has ended.
  • The above list is not exhaustive. The issues, if any, will be dealt with by the college/university.