Students are expected
to have a sense of belonging for the property of the institute
and respect for all the members of academic community. The institute
administration expects all its students to conform to the prevailing
norms regarding discipline and general behaviour. Smoking, spitting,
chewing of pan and Guthka in the campus is strictly prohibited.
Use of alcoholic drinks within the premises is banned. Students
must abstain from the use of drugs or any other narcotics. Every
student must be punctual and regular in attending all classes
and sessional tests. They are expected to participate in games,
sports, cultural and co-curricular activities.
The institute has a disciplinary committee headed
by a Professor. The disciplinary committee, by majority decision
is empowered to suggest any action including expulsion from the
hostel and institute.
Each student is issued a bar coded identity card at the time of his admission into the first year class to testify the holder’s status as a bonafide student of the institute. It is valid for the duration of the course. This must be carried along during the college time inside the campus and should be produced on demand by institute officials, including transport, library and examination staff. Failure to produce the IC may be deemed as trespass and the student may be treated as such. The IC once issued, remains valid for the entire period of study. Loss or damage of the IC should be reported immediately to the office of principal. A duplicate card is issued on verification and at a charge of Rs.100/-.
The Procedure for
student discipline may be invoked if a student is alleged to have
committed any of the following.
- Assaulting or holding threat behavior to other student/Employee
of the college.
- Damage to College property or the property of any student/
Member of staff/Visitors.
- Any action likely to cause injury to any person or impairing
the safety of the college campus.
- Any criminal offence.
- A breach of equal opportunity policy including racial or
sexual harassment, including ragging.
- Misappropriation or misuse of college Fund or assets.
- Abusive, antisocial, unreasonable behaviors.
- Behavior, likely to cause fear, distress and offence to
- Breach of University Regulations.
- Failure to comply with policies and directions relating
to the effective functioning of the college.
- Abuse or attempt to abuse security, integrity and privacy
of any files or confidential material (including computerized
data bank of the college).
- Inviting outside elements to the college campus without
the permission of the College authority.
- Attempt to persuade student to boycott or postpone university
- Possession or use of any kind of alcoholic drinks, narcotics,
unlawful drugs, possession of unlawful materials.
- Smoking inside the institution building campus.
Action by Principal
for Breach of Discipline
When breach of college
discipline is directly brought to the notice to principal, he
may refer it to HOD/ Warden for action under the provision set
out by the college.
- Finally the Principal shall appropriately dispose of the
- Warning the students in writing of the likely grave consequences
for any further misconduct.
- Warning the students in writing of the likely grave consequence
for any further misconduct.
- Reprimanding students in writing.
- Imposing fine on students.
- Suspension of students.
- Expulsion of students.
- A student has the right to appeal, against the action of
Principal for suspension or expulsion, to the Chairman, but
this appeal is not applicable in ragging cases. He should
appeal in writing to the Chairman’s office.
Arrangement of chairs and tables must
not be disturbed under any circumstances.
Anybody found talking and causing disturbance
in any manner, blocking the passage way may be fined at the
first instance and deprived of library facilities if the offence
Anybody who wants photo copies of articles
may get them inside the library, paying charges as fixed by
The students have
to regularly & punctually attend all classes (Lectures, Tutorials
& Sessionals) in order to be eligible to appear in the University
Examinations. Minimum 75% attendance is required for all theory
and practical classes. However, 10% concession is allowed on medical
ground Apart from attendance shortage, a student not attending
classes without genuine reason, is liable to be fined Rs. 5.00
Teaching and Learning
is a partnership in which staff and students have to share responsibility.
For the partnership to be viable, students need to make their
own personal commitment of the learning process by.
- Taking advantage of the educational opportunities including
contributing to and Group Projects.
- Attending all classes as required by their Courses and
engaging with other students and teaching staff in intellectual
debates and enquiry.
- Responding appropriately to course work date line and other
- Conducting themselves in such a way as to ensure opportunities
to all students to take part in college life through adherence
to the policy of equal opportunities
- Contributing is their representation to the improvement
of course organization & extra curricular activities.
- The Institute being a temple of learning students are required
to maintain strict discipline inside the campus, class rooms,
Institute buildings, Library and Hostels. It shall be the
duty of the students to keep it clean. Chewing betel, spitting
in the class rooms & smoking in the campus will be seriously
means the doing of any act which causes, or is likely to cause
any physical, psychological or physiological harm of apprehension
or shame or embarrassment to a student, and includes – (a)
teasing or abusing of playing Practical joke on, or causing hurt
to any student or (b) asking any student to do any act, or perform
any thing, which he/she would not, in the ordinary course, he
willing to do or perform.”
Actions to be taken against students for indulging
and abetting in Ragging in technical institutions, Universities
including Deemed to be University imparting technical education:
- The punishment to be meted out to the persons indulged in
ragging has to be exemplary and justifiably harsh to act as
a deterrent against recurrence of such incidents. The students
who are found to be indulged in ragging should be debarred
from taking admission in any technical institution in India.
- Every single incident of ragging a First Information Report
(FIR) must be filed without exception by the institutional
authorities with the local police authorities.
- Depending upon the nature and gravity of the offence as
established by the Anti-Ragging Committee of the institution,
the possible punishments for those found guilty of ragging
at the institution level shall be any one or any combination
of the following:-
(i) Cancellation of admission
(ii) Suspension from attending classes
(iii) Withholding/withdrawing scholarship/fellowship and other
(iv) Debarring from appearing in any test/examination or other
(v) Withholding results
(vi) Debarring from representing the institution in any regional,
national or international meet, tournament, youth festival,
(vii) Suspension/expulsion from the hostel
(viii) Rustication from the institution for period ranging
from 1 to 4 semesters
(ix) Expulsion from the institution and consequent debarring
from admission to any other institution.
(x) Fine of Rupees 25,000/-
(xi) Collective punishment: when the persons committing or
abetting the crime of ragging are not identified, the institution
shall resort to collective punishment as a deterrent to ensure
community pressure on the potential raggers.
- The institutional authority shall intimate the incidents
of ragging occurred in their premises along with actions taken
to the Council and immediately after occurrence of such incident
and inform the status of the case from time to time
Every student has
to maintain a minimum 75% attendance in each theory class. A student
who has been absent on medical grounds may be allowed to appear
an examination, provided he/she has attended at least 65% of classes
(i) appeared before a medical board and
(ii) the Principal recommended the case for such
relaxation. Non-fulfillment of attendance requirement may result
in the loss of an academic year. Reports on attendance shortage
are regularly brought to the notice of the concerned student and
Students have to satisfy the eligibility criteria for appearing
in examination as laid down in the academic regulations of BPUT.
Every theory course consists of 3 class tests each of 10 percentage
points and one end semester examination of 70 percentage points.
Permission to appear the internal and end semester examination
is subject to fulfillment of attendance and other requirements.
The institute follows the BPUT prescribed curriculum, which is consistent with the model curriculum suggested by the AICTE. The present curricula have a broad based core science and technically component, departmental compulsory courses, professional electives and project dissertation. The credit requirement is 200-235 for graduation. Details of the curriculum are available at www.bput.ac.in and the institute website.
As per the prevailing regulations, B.Tech programme is Four years (Eight Semesters). A weaker student can complete a four year programme in not more than seven years.
Rules for examinations
- Each discipline consists of the following four types of items:
- Theory Items
- Practical Items
- Sessional Items
- Project Items
The schedule of these items along with their credit points for each semester shall be as per rules formulated by the Academic Council from time to time.
At the end of each semester, there shall be an examination (hereinafter called end-semester examination) conducted by the University as per programme announced at the beginning of each academic year.
- Back paper examinations, if any, shall be held with the normal end semester examination.
Students with backlogs shall clear their backlog subjects along with regular students of lower semester(s) in subsequent year or in the same year if a subject is offered in both semesters