CONDUCT OF STUDENTS
The following Rules & Regulations of the Institute shall be observed strictly.
Every student will strictly adhere to the rules & regulations of the Institute. They should be neatly dressed.
Students should maintain the Tuition Notes & Record of Practical Work up to date. Tuition Notes & Practical Records will be checked by the Instructor every month. He/she should have a set of their own A.M.E. textbooks related to their subjects & tool kits of their own.
When the syllabus is completed as per the lesson planning, the student’s Tuition Notes & Workshop Records should be deposited to the Training Manager (T.M. ) for his scrutiny.
Latecomers should report to the Training Manager before entering classes. In the absence of T.M. Batch In charge will deal with such cases & inform to the Training Manager. No student is allowed to leave class /workshop without the permission of the Instructor in charge of the class/workshop superintendent.
All leave Applications will be addressed to the Training Manager who is the sanctioning authority. Students who absent themselves without leave for more than a week should obtain the permission of the Training Manager before attending the next class. A minimum of 90% attendance is compulsory for every student to sit for the semester exam or he/she shall be debarred from the Exam.
To be eligible for appearing in any Examination a Student/Trainee should have been present for at least 90% of the Training Period.
Only Following uniforms are allowed in the institute’s premises
- Overall of Grey Colour.
- Leather Shoes/ Rubber Soled Shoes.
- A Pair of Black Shoes.
- Oxford Blue Trousers with a Black Leather Belt, Oxford Blue Blazer.
- White Shirt with one Front Pocket with Monogram, Shoulders Flaps & a Blue Tie.
- A Pair of Black Shoes.
Ragging among Junior & Senior Students is strictly prohibited within & out of premises of the Institute. A cordial relationship among the student is desirable & any violation of the disciplinary rules may put a student into serious trouble.
Any act by a senior student that prevents disrupts, or disturbs the regular academic activity of any other student or a fresher; Exploiting the services of a fresher or any other student for completing the academic tasks assigned to an individual or a group of students.
Ragging is totally prohibited on campus. If any student is found indulging in ragging, severe action will be taken against the student.