- Course wise (paper wise) attendance is maintained for students.
- 85% Attendance is the minimum eligibility requirement for writing end-semester tests/final semester examinations.
- Students who have put in an attendance in the range of 75% to 84% will have to apply for condonation to the Principal. In case the condonation is granted by the Principal, they have to pay the prescribed condonation fee.
- Students with an attendance in the range of 65% to 74% and with a passing minimum in the Test and in the Assignment components of CIA are designated as TRANSITIONALLY NOT PERMITTED candidates. They can acquire the eligibility status by undergoing the Winter/Summer program (for ten days duration with cent percent attendance) at the end of that semester, after registering their names for the same by remitting the prescribed fees for each paper. The winter/summer program consists of lecture classes, assignment submission, a special CIA test and a viva-voce examination. Such of those students who have successfully completed the winter/summer program in a paper (by securing 100% attendance in the summer program, by completing the assignments on time, by securing not less than 40% marks in the special CIA test for that paper and by appearing for viva voce examination) will be declared as ELIGIBLE for that paper Otherwise they will be declared as NOT ELIGIBLE candidates and they have to rejoin the regular program for that paper in the corresponding semester, only after the completion of the Degree program.
- Students who have secured an attendance below 65% are designated as NOT ELIGIBLE candidates. Such students may acquire the eligibility by successfully undergoing the 45 days crash programme. Otherwise they have to repeat the course (paper) by rejoining the regular program for that paper in the corresponding semester, only after the completion of the Degree program.
- Students who are declared as NOT ELIGIBLE in all courses for both the semesters in the first year of their programme shall be dismissed from the college.
- Students who are declared as NOT ELIGIBLE in all courses for both the semesters in a year (other than the first year) of their programme shall not be promoted to the higher class. They have to necessarily repeat that particular year of programme.