Dress Code

To inculcate a sense of simplicity, uniformity, and equality in the minds of students, they are required to wear institute uniform:

  • On Mondays
  • On formal functions of the Institute
  • On Industry-Institute interaction/educational tours

The prescribed uniform is as follows:


  • Winter: White shirt, silver-grey trousers, Institute’s necktie, blue blazer bearing Institute’s logo, and black leather shoes.
  • Summer: White open collar and half/ tucked up sleeves shirt, silver-grey trousers, Institutes’s necktie, and black leather shoes.


  • Winter: White shirt, silver-grey trousers, institute’s necktie, blue blazer bearing Institute’s logo, and black leather shoes/ sandals.
  • Summer: White shirt, silver-grey trousers, institute’s necktie, black leather shoes/ sandals.

Workshop Uniform:

While in the Institute’s workshop, every student must wear navy blue dangri / overalls both from the point of view of safety and efficiency.

  • Students are expected to wear decent dresses.


  • Every student is supposed to get an Identity Card. In this connection, a notice will be issued from the office regarding an authorised photographer. The photographer will be available in the Institute on the specified dates and timings. Every student must have an Identity Card with him/her. Failure to produce the Identity Card on demand of the competent authority will lead to disciplinary action/ imposition of a fine. Loss of Identity Card must be reported to the administrative office immediately and a new card must be secured within a week on the payment of the prescribed fee.


As Per IKG Punjab Technical University, Kapurthala:

  • Minimum 90 days of classes in each semester.
  • If a Semester does not get the required 90 days, extra classes will be arranged on Saturday/Sunday or other holidays to complete the syllabus.
  • 75% of attendance is mandatory for each student.
  • In case a candidate fails to meet the attendance requirements, he/ she will be detained from appearing in the final University Examinations.
  • As per the PTU norms maximum of 10% of the lectures/ tutorials/ practical held in a subject, owing to serious illness, calamity or any other sufficient reason can be condoned up.
  • In case a student falls ill during an examination, his/her leave application on the prescribed form supported by the medical certificate should be submitted immediately.
  • No leave application will be accepted at a later date or after the examination.
  • Theory and practical in each subject are considered two separate units.
  • A student found guilty of using unfair means during the examination will be given deterrent punishment. He/ She may even be expelled from the Institute or disqualified from appearing in the University examination.


  • 60% evaluation is external, and 40% is internal.
  • The external evaluation is based on the end semester University Examinations.
  • The question paper for the university examinations is set by an external team and the answer books/scripts are also evaluated by an external examiner.
  • The 40 marks of internal evaluation are awarded by the teacher based on continuous evaluation of the student, through class tests, seminars, home assignments, and classwork.
  • Two Mid Semester Tests (MSTs) are conducted internally during the semester. The scores of these two MSTs are considered for award of Internal Assessment Marks.
  • It is compulsory for the students to appear in all the MSTs.
  • The internal assessment of every theory subject is based on MST marks [MST-1 (30%), MST-II (30%)], Assignments (25%), & Attendance (15%).
  • 40% weightage is given to the end semester practical University Examination and 60% to internal evaluation. The end semester practical examination is conducted by a board comprising one internal and one external examiner.


  • All kinds of leaves should be applied for on the prescribed application form before it is availed.
  • In exceptional circumstances, the application may be submitted within seven days after the expiry of leave.
  • Leave application should be recommended by the respective HoD.
  • Leave on medical grounds should be applied on the prescribed format available on the Institute’s website.
  • The Principal/concerned HoD will sanction the medical leave.

Ragging Is A Crime Punishable By Law

  • Given the directions of the Hon’ble Supreme Court in SLP No. 24295 of 2006 dated 16-05-2007 and in Civil Appeal number 887 of 2009, dated 08-05-2009 and AICTE notifications F.No.37-3/Legal/AICTE/2009 and F.No. 34-AICTE/AR/Antiragging/2016 to prohibit, prevent, and eliminate the scourge of ragging; ragging in any form is banned in the institute. It is a criminal offence and FIR shall be registered against the student(s) indulging in this crime.
  • Students in distress owing to ragging related incidents can access the Toll-Free Helpline 1800-180-5522.
  • The student and parents are required to furnish an affidavit as per the prescribed format.
  • The contact numbers of Anti Ragging Committee/Squad/HoDs/Chief Warden/Hostel Wardens have been displayed at all prominent places in the institute. The students are free to contact these numbers round the clock to report any incident related to ragging.

Directives of the Supreme Court of India issued on May 16, 2007 (Select Extract)

  • The punishment to be meted out has to be exemplary and justifiably harsh to act as a deterrent against the recurrence of such incidents.
  • Every single incident of ragging where the victim or his parent/guardian or the Head of the Institution is not satisfied with the institutional arrangement for action, a First Information Report (FIR) must be lodged without exception by the institutional authorities with the local police authorities. Any failure on the part of the institutional authority or negligence or deliberate delay in lodging the FIR with the local police shall be construed to be an act of culpable negligence on the part of the institutional authority. If any victim or his parent/guardian of ragging intends to file FIR directly with the police, that will not absolve the institutional authority from the requirement of filing the FIR.


  • The objective of the scheme is to provide financial assistance to the reserved category students studying at post matriculation or post-secondary stage to enable them to complete their education. The Institute facilitates the grant of Post Matric Scholarship to the eligible candidates of reserved categories as per Punjab Government/IKG PTU norms.

Established in 1997, the Institute is spread over a sprawling campus on the Rama Mandi-Hoshiarpur Road, Jalandhar. The Institute consists of a three storied main building, separate modern hostel accommodation for boys and girls with an intake capacity of 78 for girls and 73 for boys, separate dining halls and common rooms, two warden’s residences besides a residence for the Director and a guest house. The campus is spread over an area of about 6 acres with lush green lawns, modern lecture theatres, air-conditioned conference hall with latest PA system, state-of-the-art air-conditioned computer-cum IT labs, Hardware Lab and Audio Visual Lab with aids like LCD Projectors, OHPs, etc. The Institute is approved by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) & Govt. of Punjab and is affiliated to Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar. The Institute has been made an innovation center under an Innovation Programme of CII-TDB T NET.


Student activities are focused on the development of the individual's professional and personal growth. Students get ample opportunities to give expression to their creative energies and develop skills through sports events, cultural events, etc. In order to monitor and accelerate extracurricular activities among students, the Institute has constituted the following student committees with a Faculty Coordinator:

Placement Committee

The Institute's placement activities are coordinated by a committee comprising elected student representatives, faculty members with Training and Placement Officer as the Placement Coordinator. It acts as a liaisoning agency between the Institute and the industry.

Cultural Committee

AIM believes in holistic all-round development of the students beyond that of pure academics. The Committee provides the students with a platform within and outside the Institute to bring out the best of their talents. Other than sending teams to various competitions organised by other B-Schools and colleges, a number of in-house contests are also hosted.

Sports Committee

Physical activities are encouraged and recognised as facilitators of tough physical and mental endurance. This committee organises a lot of sporting and allied inter and intra institute sports activities like Volleyball, Cricket, Basketball, Badminton, Table Tennis, Chess matches, etc.

Alumni Association

Every effort is made to keep in constant touch with our valued alumni. Their continued patronage in the form of guest lectures, training & placement and regular feedback immensely help the students in getting an informal perspective of corporate life.

National Service Scheme (NSS)

The Institute has two units of NSS of 100 volunteers each with two faculty coordinators. These units organise various social activities like blood donation camps, tree plantation, road safety and general health awareness programs within the campus & surrounding rural areas.

The Institute has a Training and Placement Cell headed by the Training and Placement Officer. The office has been provided with the necessary infrastructure and secretarial assistance to enable it to function smoothly.


The Cell publishes brochures for the MBA and MCA batches, as well as the Quarterly Newsletter.


  • Placement of the MBA and MCA batches and all related activities, viz. formation of Placement Cells, working out the Placement Calendar, printing of the Placement Brochure, mailing, maintaining databases, making presentations, organising campus interviews, etc.
  • Arranging Summer Training for the MBA and BBA Students.
  • Organising seminars, guest lectures, and industrial visits in association with the members of the Corporate Relations Cell.
  • Printing and mailing of the quarterly newsletter, AIM News.
  • Developing and maintaining mailing lists of industrialists, company executives and academicians for different purposes like MCA placements, MBA placements,Newsletter, invitation for functions organised by the Institute, greeting cards, etc.
  • Coordinating with the members of the print and electronic media to ensure sufficient publicity of the Institute’s activities.

Final Placement Procedures:

There is a time bound, set procedure for both the courses. Accordingly, the following activities are performed:

  • A Placement Cell is formed, consisting of student members (numbering approx.10% of the batch size, for now), Head of Department, an additional faculty member, and the Training & Placement Officer who is the coordinator of the cell. After a formal meeting with the Director, the Placement Cell works as an independent unit and performs all the processes associated with final placements as also formulating the rules for the same.
  • The Brochure is printed and mailed out to various organisations, along with a covering letter signed by the Director, inviting them for campus interviews.
  • Presentations are made by groups of students to prospective organisations in different cities. These are followed by visits of the Training and Placement Officer along with the students to various cities for the purpose of follow up and formally inviting companies for campus placements.

Campus placements are organised on mutually convenient dates. A candidate is officially deemed selected on receipt of written communication from the organization in context.


Under the University curriculum, all students of MBA and BBA have to undergo a mandatory 6-8 weeks of training after the end of their second and fourth semester respectively. Towards the end, the Institute has the following mechanism:

  • Around the month of February, the forms are made available to the students so that they can apply for training to the industry of their choice. They are also counseled on the importance of the training, the standard policy and attitude of the organisations in providing training.
  • All the students are allotted faculty members as guides for consultation during the process as well as during the actual training and till the presentation of the report.
  • Receipt of letter from the organization concerned, willing to allow a particular student as trainee, completes the formality at this stage.
  • On receipt of Final Examination Schedule from the University, all the companies who have confirmed the acceptance of candidates in written are informed of the actual duration and dates of the summer training.
  • The students are monitored at regular intervals and the Institute arranges training for those students who express inability to do so on their own.
  • On the last day of their regular examinations, a counseling session is conducted in which: (a) Students are given a form which has to be filled on joining the training, and certified by the officer to whom the student is reporting. The receipt of this form at the Institute completes the joining formalities. (b) Students are given a handout which gives information on the dos and don’ts during the training as also the format for the Report, number of copies to be submitted, deadlines, etc.
  • On reopening of the Institute after summer vacations, the students are asked to submit their reports along with the certificates indicating completion of training. Presentations are then scheduled to be made by the students before a committee of faculty members.
  • After evaluation, project reports are sent to the library for future reference.

MCA students have to undergo six months’ training under the University guidelines, during the sixth semester. The basic mechanism for them remains the same, with the only difference being that the task of arranging the training is much more elaborate, i.e. training is considered as Training-cum-Placement and hence, all the activities are conducted in accordance with that viz. formation of the Placement Cell, printing of brochure, mailing of brochure, presentations made by students and faculty members in different places like New Delhi, Noida, Gurugram, Chandigarh, Ludhiana and campus interviews. Thereafter, the process remains the same as above.

For continuous counseling of each and every student at the Institute throughout his/ her stay, the Punjab Technical University has devised a system of tutorials. Teachers are appointed as advisors for a batch of 15-20 students. A Chief Counselor is also appointed to coordinate activities of the advisors. A list of such advisors is also sent to the University. In order to make the advisory system more effective, records are maintained by the advisors and their functions are clearly defined as follows:

A. Records to be maintained of each student:

Every advisor is expected to maintain the following records in a file of each student allotted to him/ her:

  • Bio-data with photograph.
  • Graduation requirement.
  • Courses being studied/ passed semester wise with performance.
  • Participation and co-curricular activities at all levels.
  • Cases of acts of indiscipline and punishment awarded, if any.

B. Functions to be performed:

  • Hold meetings with all the advisors at least once in a month. However, the students shall be free to meet advisors at any time otherwise.
  • To apprise the students about rules and regulations of the University/ Institute and amendments made from time to time.
  • Inform parents/ guardians of the students about their performance in studies and other activities undertaken by them.
  • Provide guidance and to encourage the students to build-up a balanced personality.
  • Act as local guardian to the students in all matters.
  • Act as a link between the students and Institute/ University authorities to reduce the communication gap.

In the beginning of each academic session, the Chief Counselor calls a meeting of all the advisors of the Institute and discusses with them the various issues related to the advisory system. The Chief Counselor also allots the newly admitted students to the Advisors in consultation with the Director of the Institute. It is the responsibility of the Chief Counselor to ensure that the advisory system is being followed in the Institute in the right spirit.

Room Allotment

  • No student can claim admission as a right. All rights of admission to hostel are reserved with the Director.
  • Rooms will be allotted by the Warden according to the plan prepared by the Director / Warden (s) in the beginning of the session.
  • Vacant accommodation shall be assigned to the students in order of their admission to the Institute.
  • Allotment of hostel seats will be for the full academic year. In case the resident wants to leave the hostel in the middle of the academic year, he/ she shall pay the hostel charges for the full academic year.
  • Admission shall be sought afresh in every academic session. A student may be refused admission without conveying any reason.
  • Institute reserves the right to move any hostel resident from one room to another if the need arises.
  • A dormitory will not be allotted to a single person even on full payment.

Behaviour and Discipline

  • The management will view any activity of the inmates observed to be seriously prejudicial and detrimental to the smooth and peaceful functioning of the Institute’s hostel, disciplinary action will be taken against those found guilty.
  • Hostel residents are prohibited from climbing over the fencing and boundary walls to get in or out of the Hostel/Institute campus.
  • Hostel residents are not allowed to change rooms and transfer any furniture from one room to another room without the prior permission of the hostel warden.
  • Any damage to hostel /institute property must be reported immediately to the hostel warden.
  • Residents will be charged for all damages due to negligence on their part.
  • Smoking, consumption of alcoholic drinks, drugs and any other intoxicating substances is strictly prohibited. Any resident found indulging in such practices shall be fined heavily and will be asked to vacate the hostel without any notice.
  • The hostels (including messes / canteens and Common Rooms) shall close during vacations for a period as specified by the Director. The residents will vacate the hostel rooms within 96 hours of termination of their examination. A fine of Rs 100/- per day will be charged for overstaying for the next seven days. In case the room is still not vacated, it will be locked by the hostel authorities till the possession of the room is handed over / taken over and a fine of Rs 200/- per day will be charged.
  • Acts of indiscipline, misbehavior, gambling or possession of weapons in the hostel premises including rooms shall be severely dealt with. A resident guilty of any of these violations shall be liable to expulsion or any other punishment deemed fit by the Institute.
  • Before leaving the hostel, every resident shall obtain clearance from the Warden and personally hand over the charge of the room and hostel property to the concerned authority.
  • Residents shall keep the identity cards with them and will present these on demand by the authorities.
  • Any form of ragging is strictly prohibited. Any violation may lead to expulsion or any other punishment deemed fit by the Institute.


  • All residents shall have meals in the hostel’s dining hall. They are not allowed to take food or mess utensils to their rooms.
  • Residents are not allowed to enter the kitchen.
  • Cooking in the hostel rooms is strictly prohibited.
  • Complaints, if any, against the conduct of the contractors / servants may be made by the residents to the Wardens. No complaint about mess / canteen, etc. shall be entertained if the complainant himself is a defaulter.
  • Residents are not allowed to enter the kitchen.
  • Cooking in the hostel rooms is strictly prohibited.
  • Complaints, if any, against the conduct of the contractors / servants may be made by the residents to the Wardens. No complaint about mess / canteen, etc. shall be entertained if the complainant himself is a defaulter.

Attendance and Leave

  • It is obligatory on the part of the resident to be present in the hostel on all days except when they go home with the permission of the Warden.
  • Attendance of boys as well as girls in their respective hostels shall be taken every day at the time fixed by the respective wardens. Any resident not present at the time of attendance shall be liable to be marked absent for that day for which he / she should have prior permission or sufficient explanation.
  • All residents shall, under all circumstances, fill night-out slips and seek permission of the concerned warden about their absence from the hostel whenever they go home. They must also report to the warden and record their departure/arrival in the movement register.

Visitors and Guests

  • All visitors must make an entry in the visitor’s register at the security post and provide all details as requested by guard before entering the campus.
  • Normally no guests shall be allowed to stay with the resident in the hostel. However, under exceptional circumstances, a relative of the resident may be allowed to stay with the consent and permission of the warden for only one night. The presence of all such guests shall be entered in the guest register and a stay charge of Rs 100/- and mess charge @ Rs 25/- per meal shall be chargeable. It will be the responsibility of the resident to ensure that the guest does not create any indiscipline.
  • Residents are not permitted to allow visitors of the opposite sex into their rooms at any time for any reason.

Rent and Mess Charges

  • Hostel rent, including mess charges, is to be paid in two installments at the beginning of each semester.
  • Residents getting admission to hostel at any time during the month will be charged full fee for the month. However, they will be charged for 15 days if they leave after the end of their University’s annual examination before the middle of the month.
  • The securities will stand lapsed after one year of leaving the hostel.
  • In case of non-payment of dues in time or violation of any hostel rule by a resident, the Warden may get his / her room locked or opened for possession without any liability whatsoever. The belongings shall be transferred to the store. If the dues are not cleared within one month of the taking of possession of the room, he/she shall have no claim, whatsoever, for his belongings.

Girl Residents
Campus Gate            :    Opening 06:30 am     Closing 07:00 pm     
Hostel Gate                :    Opening 06:00 am     Closing 07:30 pm
Campus Gate            :    Opening 07:30 am     Closing 05:30 pm    
Hostel Gate               :    Opening 06:00 am     Closing 06:00 pm


Boy Residents
Campus Gate            :    Opening 05:30 am     Closing 09:00 pm     
Hostel Gate                :    Opening 05:00 am     Closing 10:30 pm
Campus Gate            :    Opening 07:30 am     Closing 09:00 pm     
Hostel Gate                :    Opening 06:00 am     Closing 09:30 pm

General Rules

  • For the proper democratic functioning of the hostels, several committees such as, Common Room Committee, Mess Committee, Discipline Committee, Sports Committee, etc. will be formed in each hostel. The committees will work closely and in full cooperation & coordination with the Warden to enhance the image of each hostel. These committees will also make new suggestions to the administration for further improvement in the hostels and ensure proper discipline & decorum.
  • The hostel will not be responsible for any loss/damage of private property such as cash/mobile phone/ scooter / motorcycle/car and other valuables.  The residents are advised to get their vehicles insured against loss, theft and fire.
  • Residents should be properly dressed while going to the common room, dining hall and hostel office. All rooms including almiras and belongings are open to inspection by the Director / Warden(s) at any time.
  • The telephone is meant for office use only. However, the residents may receive / make local calls during the timings fixed by the authorities from time to time.
  • Residents shall see the Director / Wardens in the office during the fixed hours. In case of emergency, the chowkidar on duty should be sent to the Director / Wardens’ residence.
  • Living in a hostel pre-supposes a high degree of integrity and consciousness as a member of the community.  It entails a moral responsibility upon a resident to:
  1. See that no damage is done to hostel property.
  2. Make every effort for peaceful co-existence.
  3. Observe all hostel rules meticulously in letter and spirit.
  • Any violation of rules and regulations will be subject to strict disciplinary action and parents of the ward will be informed accordingly. Disciplinary action may take the form of any or all of the following penalties in accordance with the nature and seriousness of the offence:
  1. Payment for the repair or replacement of the article(s) damaged.
  2. Suspension from the hostel for a specified period of time.
  3. Expulsion from the hostel.
  4. Order / decisions notified from time to time by the Director / Warden will be binding on the residents.
  • The students should carry the Institute Identity card with them inside the computer lab. They should produce the same on demand by computer lab staff.
  • Everyone should maintain perfect order and silence inside the computer lab. Any infringement of rules will invite disciplinary action.
  • Use of mobile phone/pagers, electronics games, etc. is not allowed inside the computer lab.
  • Smoking and spitting is prohibited in the computer lab.
  • Eatables and beverages are not allowed inside the computer lab.
  • No one is allowed to dose or sleep in the computer lab.
  • No personal belongings except notebooks are allowed inside the computer lab. However, such belongings may be kept at the property counter at the entrance of the computer lab.
  • Students are liable to punishment and fine if they misbehave or damage the computers and other property of the computer lab.
  • In case of difficulty in making use of the computer lab, students can contact the system engineer at any time.
  • Any amendments / change in the computer lab rules shall be notified from time to time.
  • Everyone must go through the notices pertaining to computer lab displayed on the notice board.
  • Computer lab staff is authorized to check every item coming in and going out of the computer lab.
  • Everyone must switch off the computer, printer, etc. after use.
  • Everyone must switch off the computer whenever the electricity goes off.
  • Games are not allowed in the computer lab.
  • View of objectionable websites is not allowed in the computer lab.
  • Students are not allowed to open any part of the computers, printers, etc. In case of any problem, they should contact computer lab staff.
  • Unnecessary downloads are not allowed in the computer lab.
  • Students are not allowed to modify or delete files and folders of other students.
  • Any infringement of the computer lab rules shall be strictly viewed by the authority and should be reported tothe director for disciplinary action.

Computer Lab Timings

  • Timings of the computer lab will be from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm.
  • Students have to strictly follow the timetable of the computer lab (from 9.45 am to 4.15 pm). No student is allowed in the computer lab without permission.
  • From 9:00 am to 9:45 am and 4.15 pm to 6:00 pm the computer lab will be accessible to all the students for Internet, printing and project work.

AIM Library, through its well-qualified professional staff, provides the following services:

  • Circulation Service (Issuance of books and other reading material)
  • Reference Service (From Library’s reference collection)
  • Web-Based Reference Service (Searching Internet for information)
  • News Clipping Service
  • Current Awareness Service (Web watch and clippings of contents of latest journals)


Admission and Membership

  1. All the members of the teaching staff, non-teaching staff and the regular bonafide students of the Institute are eligible to enroll themselves as members of the Library.
  2. Any person eligible to become a member of the Library is allowed to enter the Library.

Working hours

The Library shall remain open for members on all working days from 9:30 am to 6:00 pm except on holidays observed and notified by the authority.

Functional timings of the library

The following timings shall be observed for the various functions and services being rendered by the Library staff:

  1. Reading room and Periodical Section - 9:30 am to 6:00 pm
  2. Registration of Members /Issue of No Dues Certificate - 9:30 am to 4:30 pm (on notified dates)
  3. Circulation (Issue / Return of Books) - 11:00 am to 4:00 pm
  4. Reference Service, Reader’s Guidance, Current Awareness Service and other Information Retrievals - 9:30 am to 6:00 pm
  5. Re-shelving/Restoration of Books and Shelves Arrangement - 4:00 pm to 6.00 pm
  6. Sundays and Holidays – 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

Library Committee

There shall be a Library Committee to advice for proper development and smooth functioning of the Library. The authority will constitute a Committee consisting of the Director as Chairman, Librarian as Secretary and members nominated by the Director.

 The role of the Library Committee will be advisory.

Procedure for Enrolment-Registration of Members

  1. Staff members shall be enrolled as members on verification of the validity from the office. Each member shall be registered as ‘Borrower’ in the Staff Loan Register – against serial number with full particulars.
  2. Every staff borrower is entitled to draw books as per norms specified under Rule No. 6, after recording entry of books against his / her signatures for each book, at the Library counter. The books will be issued to the member in person. Issue of books through messenger or on signed slips will not be allowed in any case.


  1. Every regular student of the Institute shall be enrolled as a member of the Library, on verification of admission record supplied by the office or ‘Fees’ and ‘Library Deposit Receipt’ (in original).  Students must produce said documents at the time of the registration.
  2.     After registration, each student member shall be provided with Identity Card, bearing serial numbers and the particulars of the students, enabling them to draw books on loan as per norms laid down in Rule No. 6.
  3. Students will have to return the due books one week before the commencement of the final exams at the end of the academic year, failing which their examination Roll No. will be withheld.

Loan of books and other reading materials

Staff and the students of the Institute are allowed to draw books for home reading / study on loan as per norms fixed as under:

S. No.


No. of Books to be Drawn

Period of Loan


Teaching Staff


1 Month


Non-Teaching Staff


1 Month


Post Graduate Students


15 Days


Undergraduate Students


15 Days

Terms and Conditions of Loan

  1. A library book will be issued to the student on presentation of library-cum-identity card.
  1. Books taken on loan / issued at the Library counter must be returned by the due date as stated on the due date slip at the end of each book.  In case the due date is a holiday, the next working day will be considered as the due date.
  2. A delay fine @ Rs 5/- per day will be charged. The fine calculated shall be deposited in the office against the delay fine record slip issued by the Library staff and Receipt No. and date must be recorded in the Library record.
  1. No cash transaction shall be made at the Library counter, all dues viz. delay fine, and recovery of the cost of book and other material shall have to be deposited in the office against recovery slip issued by the Library staff. The receipt of such recovery deposit in original must be shown and recorded at the Library counter.
  2. Use of ‘Borrower’s Card’ for loan of books by any person other than the person to whom it is issued shall not be allowed.
  3. The loss of Identity-cum-Library card should immediately be reported to the Librarian in writing.  The student who has lost his/her library-cum-identity card will be held responsible for the books issued on them and those books will be treated as lost by him/her.
  4. A duplicate library-cum-identify card will be issued on depositing a fine of Rs 50/- per item in the office on the recovery slip issued by the Librarian.
  5. Re-issue of books to any category of members is not allowed, however, they can get the returned book issued the next day, if it is not in demand.
  6. Librarian / library staff is authorised to call back any book / books from borrowers in case of demand by the other members.
  7. Any damaged, torn or book in a bad condition will not be issued to any member.  Every member must ensure and check the condition of the book issued at the Library counter. In case of any defects, it should be brought to the notice of the Library staff before leaving the counter.
  8. Borrower is responsible for the safe custody of the books borrowed by him/her from the Library. Any book lost, damaged, defaced or torn shall have to be replaced or double of the current published price will be recovered from the defaulter.  In case of volumes, price of the whole set will be recovered.
  9. Each member is required to clear all outstanding dues of the library, viz. due books, recovery of delay fine, recovery on account of loss of book and any other recovery, before leaving the Institute for one or the other reason, failing which ‘No Dues Certificate’ will be issued and office will be informed for the recovery of the dues accordingly.
  10. Institute office shall not refund the security deposit of students without obtaining the ‘No Dues Certificate’ from the Library.
  11. Reference / Reserve Books, Rare Books, Periodicals, Maps, Atlases and other restricted reading material will not be issued for home reading. However, these items shall be made available for use within the Library premises, with the permission of the Librarian.
  12. Exchange of loan books will not be allowed.
  13. Librarian may restrict / refuse to loan books and other reading material to any member without assigning any reasons thereof. However, with the special permission of the Director, use of Library may be allowed to any person.

General Rules

  1. The students are expected to carry the Institute Identity-cum-Library card with them inside the Library. They should produce the same on demand of the Library staff.
  2. Library members should maintain perfect order and silence inside the Library premises.  Any infringement of the rules will invite disciplinary action.
  3. Use of mobile phones / pagers, electronic games, etc. is not allowed inside the Library premises.
  4. Smoking, spitting and littering is prohibited in the Library premises.
  5. Eatables and beverages are not allowed inside the Library.
  6. No member is allowed to dose or sleep in the Library.
  7. No personal belongings except notebooks are allowed inside the Library premises. However, such belongings may be kept at the property counter at the entrance of the Library.
  8. Students are liable for punishment and fine if they misbehave or damage   the books or any other property of the Library.
  9. Keys of the bookshelves will not be given to any member.  Library attendant will go with the member to take out the books and will take it to the counter for the process of issue.
  10. Books taken for consultation from the Library should be returned to the Library attendant on duty.
  11. In case of difficulty in making use of the Library, any member can contact the Librarian at any time.
  12. Any amendments / change in the Library rules shall be notified from time to time.
  13. Readers must go through the notices pertaining to the Library displayed on the notice board.
  14. Library staff is authorised to check every item coming in and going out of the Library.
  15. Discussions of any kind are not allowed in the Library.
  16. Any infringement of Library rules shall be strictly viewed by the authority and should be reported to the Director for disciplinary action against the defaulter.
  17. Annual stock verification of the Library ‘Book Stock’ shall be conducted at the end of the session.