Disciplinary committee

Formation of Disciplinary committee

The welfare of students at the College, their progress, attainment and development can only be effectively secured in an environment which is safe and well ordered and where necessary rules and suggestions are applied in a fair, consistent and proportionate manner and where achievement and effort are properly recognized and rewarded. The behavior of most students at the College is at least good, if not outstanding. Students are generally well motivated, respectful of each other and of staff and supportive of the ethos of the College. Where behavior falls below an acceptable standard, a verbal rebuke is often a sufficient response by a member of staff. Because of the generally high standard, poor behavior by some students is more conspicuous than would otherwise be the case. Nevertheless, the emphasis of relationships between staff and students should always be on praise and reward rather than criticism and sanction. In this regard a disciplinary committee is constituted as under to look into any disciplinary matters.

Committee Members

Name Faculty Designation
Dr B Lokeswara Rao Coordinator
Dr.P.Ravi Kumar Member
Dr K Suresh Member
Prof G Devadasu Member


The primary objective of the Disciplinary committee is to address and effectively solve various student related matters. Discipline and welfare committee is a bridge between students and authorities. The committee has to maintain a balance between student’s demands/problems and feasibility of solution provided by authorities.


Students have a responsibility:

  • To respect the property and safety of others.
  • To contribute to a co-operative learning environment.
  • To attend class prepared to learn.
  • To maintain the rules and regulations of the college given in the information brochure, which are given to the students during admission.

Parents have a responsibility:

  • To support College policy in a positive way.
  • To assist in their child’s learning as a partner with the College in matters concerning homework, uniform, attendance, participation in parent-teacher interactions and behavior.