ATTENDANCE RULES (AS PER GU ORDINANCE OA-17)
Attendance and eligibility to appear for examinations:
A student registered in a semester for the course shall be required to have a minimum cumulative attendance of 75% of the total lectures and practical's prescribed for the course during that semester. Although the attendance shall be cumulative for all the papers taken together, in the given Semester, a student shall be required to have a minimum of 50% attendance in any individual paper/course. A student having less than 75% cumulative attendance in a semester and /or less than 50% attendance in individual paper/course shall not be eligible to appear for that semester. Such student shall have to seek readmission to the programme during the subsequent Academic year semester by paying requisite fees.
For a student registered for subject/subjects having practical component, attendance for both theory and practical component shall be treated separately for the requisite attendance mentioned above.
Attendance of a student in an institution for a course shall be transferred to another institution if the student continues the same course in the new institution.
A student representing the institution/university/state /country in extracurricular activities such as NCC/NSS/Sports/Cultural events on obtaining prior approval of the Principal shall be treated as “on duty” at the lectures /practical's missed by him /her and shall be marked as “D” in the attendance register. Absence due to such activities should be supported by documentary evidence issued by appropriate authority such as commanding officer of NCC, Director of youth affairs ,Director /Asst. Director of sports in Government /university or and authorised official of these and other similar bodies. However in such cases, for the purpose of compilation of cumulative as well as paper/course wise attendance, the number of prescribed lectures/practical's for the paper/course shall be calculated after deducting the lectures under ”D” and considered as such.
Absence on medical grounds for more than four continuous working days is required to be supported with a medical certificate which should be submitted within seven days after rejoining the classes. Absence on medical grounds shall be offset against the 25% concession in the attendance already granted. However, if such absence exceeds 25% and is found genuine, the student may request fir the condo nation of the same. The Principal shall examine such absence on a case to case basis.
Government College of Commerce & Economics-Borda. Prospectus 2017-18.
A student, who has any grievance about the attendance record, may bring the same to the notice of the Principal of the college, in writing within three days from the date of its display on the notice board. The principal of the college on receipt of such a complaint shall verify he accuracy of attendance records and allow the aggrieved student to inspect the records, if necessary and shall dispose of the complaint preferably within a period of seven days.
In addition, every student is expected to complete other academic and extracurricular work assigned to him/her