GOVT. COLLEGE KARSOG

Rules & Regulations


  • Fill up the application form online. The link for the online admission is available on the college website.
  • Admission to various classes will be made on purely merit basis and the recommendation of the admission committee.
  • Attach your latest passport size photograph, signature, Matric, 10+2, latest Character Certificate and SC/ST/OBC/Single girl child and other relevant documents.
  • Before submitting the filled form, kindly check the details thoroughly. Discrepancy, if found later, will result in the rejection of admission.
  • A gap of one year or more in the academic career of an applicant must be supported by documentary evidence/ declaration as the proof of his/her activities during the period of gap.
  • Applicant must produce all original certificates/documents for verification whenever called by the college office.
  • The candidates who have been placed under compartment in the 10+2 examination will not be admitted to the college.
  • Applicants coming from Boards/ Universities other than the H.P. Board of School Education/H.P. University must submit migration certificate in original.
  • Only those students who have passed in all subjects in 10+2 from the National Open School (Delhi) shall be admitted to B.A. /B. Com. I subject to the minimum eligibility conditions stated above.
  • Handicapped applicants seeking fee concession must furnish their status certificate from the Medical Board having disability greater than 40%.
  • Admission is also open to an applicant who has any degree from foreign University /Board /College which is recognized by Association of Indian Universities/ or the H.P. University.
  • The college reserves the right to grant admission subject to the number of seats available and reservation as per University rules/roster.
  • In case of any difficulty, contact the Principal or any teacher for guidance and help.

Rules for Refusal of Admission

  • A student can proceed on leave with prior permission from the Principal, but the application should also be signed by the parents/guardian of the student and duly recommended by the tutor.
  • A tutor can recommend leave up to 3 days and senior tutor up to 6 days. For longer duration, a student should get leave application signed by the principal.
  • Leave during House Examination will be sanctioned by the Principal on the recommendation of the senior tutor in special cases only.
  • If a student absents continuously for more than 10 days without authorized leave, his/her name will be struck off the rolls of the college. Such student will have to apply for re-admission; giving adequate reasons for her/his continued absence. Readmission may be allowed by the Principal on the recommendation of the teacher concerned and on payment of the prescribed fee. Leave on account of illness must be accompanied by a Medical Certificate.

Leave Rules for Students

  • A student can proceed on leave with prior permission from the Principal, but the application should also be signed by the parents/guardian of the student and duly recommended by the tutor.
  • A tutor can recommend leave up to 3 days and senior tutor up to 6 days. For longer duration, a student should get leave application signed by the principal.
  • Leave during House Examination will be sanctioned by the Principal on the recommendation of the senior tutor in special cases only.
  • If a student absents continuously for more than 10 days without authorized leave, his/her name will be struck off the rolls of the college. Such student will have to apply for re-admission; giving adequate reasons for her/his continued absence. Readmission may be allowed by the Principal on the recommendation of the teacher concerned and on payment of the prescribed fee. Leave on account of illness must be accompanied by a Medical Certificate.


Important: A student can only be re-admitted twice. He shall cease to be a student after that. Re-admission is required to be sought within ten days of the date on which the notice of struck-off is put on the Notice Board, failing which it is to be assumed that the student is not interested in continuing as such.



Rules for Award of Prizes in Annual Function

Prizes are given to the students who secure positions in the University Examinations, Sports and Co-curricular activities.



Academics

  • Prize to students standing I and II respectively in the College in HPU Examination in each major subject class on the basis of SGPA/CGPA.
  • Prize to students of postgraduate classes standing I and II respectively in the College in HPU Semester Examination.
  • Students who have not passed in all subjects/courses of study shall not be considered for the prizes
  • "College Roll of Honour" will be awarded to a student securing a position in HPU merit list.

Sports/Cultural/NCC/NSS/R & R

  • Prize to students securing I, II and III position respectively in National/Inter-zonal/Inter-Varsity/HP University/HP State sports/Cultural events
  • Prize to students securing I and II position respectively in the College sports / cultural events
  • Prize to NCC students for participation in RD parade, selection in National Directorate Level Camp/ State RD, position in shooting, best turnout and selection as Best Cadet
  • Prize to NSS and R&R students for selection as Best Volunteer and Group Leader

"College Colour" to students for their outstanding performance in National / State / HPU sports or cultural or NCC or NSS events.


Rules for Hostlers

  • Resident students are expected to arrive a day before the term begins with their own bedding, bed-linen, a lock, a tumbler, two plates, a spoon, a mug, curtains for the door and a bulb.
  • Furniture will be issued to the resident student against her signature. Before leaving the hostel, she must obtain a certificate from the warden that the furniture issued has been returned in good condition.
  • Hostlers are not permitted to keep record€“players, fire arms or any other electric gadget in their rooms. Defaulters will be imposed a fine of Rs.50/- and the objects will be confiscated.
  • The college will not take any responsibility for loss of valuable, jewelry or cash of the boarders.
  • The resident student will be allowed one outing once a week between 2 PM to 5 PM.
  • To visit a local guardian or friend, a resident student must ask for special authority letter from the parents, which should be sent directly to the Principal, clearly specifying the days and date of the functions and number of days of leave.
  • No day scholar or guest will be allowed to stay in the Hostel, except the mother of a student in case of her ward’s illness, with prior permission from the Principal.
  • Parents/Guardians of the boarders should meet the principal/Hostel warden once in every two months.
  • Food at reasonable rates is served in the dining room of the college hostel only. Whether meals are taken or not, mess dues should be paid by the 10th of every month/or as notified, failing which a fine of Rs.1/- per day will be charged, excepting for the college vacation periods.
  • No visitor will be allowed during the college working hours without a letter of authority from the parents of the students in case of an emergency.
  • Defiance of the Hostel rules or misbehaviour will render a resident€“student liable to disciplinary action or even expulsion from the college.
  • The Principal is the final deciding authority for the allotment of seats in the Hostel. The Principal can refuse admission to any student without giving any reason.
  • The Principal and members of the Hostel Committee reserves the right of censoring all correspondence of the resident students.
  • Dues (mess and washing) are chargeable from the date given by the warden for rejoining the hostel after the winder vacations.
  • With the permission of the warden, the visitors shall meet their ward between 10 AM to 5 PM every Sunday in the visitor’s room or in the sick room in case of illness, after signing the visitor’s register.
  • Failed boarders will not be given admission to the Hostel.
  • The Principal is the final deciding authority for the allotment of seats in the Hostel. The Principal can refuse admission to any student without giving any reason.

Library and Its Rules

  • The college library has collection of more than 13000 books on different subjects on the shelves. It subscribes to a number of daily newspapers in English and Hindi, and periodicals regularly. There is a well maintained reading room.
  • A student after admission is required to collect the Library-cum-Identity card on production of his/her fee receipt. The card should be kept carefully by the student.
  • Ordinarily, two books are issued at a time for 15 days, but the librarian can recall the same at any time.
  • If the books are not returned by the due date, a fine of Rs. 1/- per book per day will be charged for the overdue
  • Books are issued only on production of the Library-cum-Identity card.
  • Reference books and periodicals/ journals/ magazines are not issued; however, the students can consult the same in the library.
  • The student shall be responsible for the book as soon as it is issued. Books torn/ damaged/ defaced in any manner will not be accepted. In case of loss of a book, the student will have to replace the book or pay fine in addition to the present price of the book with special permission of the Principal.
  • In case of loss of the Library-cum-Identity card, the duplicate can be had by making an application to the Principal, paying Rs.20/- and on production of the copy of the FIR lodged with the police.
  • If a student fails to claim refund of library security within one year of leaving the college, it shall automatically stand lapsed.