Admission
Admission

RULES, REGULATIONS AND POLICIES OF THE INSTITUTION FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2016-2017

Faculty Recruitment Procedure
Selection Committee

Selection of the staff shall be made by a Selection Committee consisting of the following members constituted by the Management.

Mode of Selection

The following parameters are taken into account:

[Implemented from the academic year 2015-2016]

Personal Interview Performance

In addition to the above, other characteristics are decided by the Selection Committee.

Appointment

Service Certificate & Salary Certificate (if employed previously).

The appointed candidate will be on a probation period of one year during which period they are entitled to avail Casual Leave at the rate of one day for one completed month of service and they are not eligible for any other leave. However, they are entitled for 28 days vacation after the completion of one year of service in the institution.

Service Rules

Code of Conduct: [implemented from the academic year 2016-2017]

An employee of the College shall devote his whole time to the service of the College and shall not engage directly or indirectly in any trade or business or in another institution, which is likely to interfere with proper discharge of his/her duties. This provision shall not apply to the academic work like giving guest lectures, giving talk and any other work undertaken with prior permission of the Principal.

Job Responsibilities [implemented from the academic year 2016-2017]

The job responsibilities as a faculty consist of four components viz.

Academic Activities
Research & Consultancy
Administration
Extension Services

PROMOTIONAL & STAFF RECRUITMENT POLICY

QUALIFICATION & EXPERIENCE REQUIRED FOR THE FACULTY POSITION
S.No. Designation Qualification Experience Duration (years)
1

Assistant Professor

a)Engineering/ Technology

b) Science and Humanities

c) MBA

d)MCA

 

M.E./ M.Tech.(with first class in B.E. or M.E.)

Ist class in M.Sc. or M.A.and M.Phil. (Ph.D. preferable)

Ist class in MBA  and M.Phil. (Ph.D. preferable)

Ist class in MCA and M.Phil. (Ph.D. preferable)

2 years experience is desirable.

2 years experience is desirable

0-4
2

Assistant Professor (Sr.scale.)

a)Engineering/ Technology

b) Science and Humanities

c) MBA 

d)MCA

 

M.E./M.Tech. (with first class in B.E. or M.E. or both) Ph.D preferable

M.Sc./M.A. with Ist class and  M.Phil. (Ph.D. preferable)

MBA with Istclass (M.Phil.  and  Ph.D. preferable)

MCA with Ist class  ( M.Phil. and  Ph.D. preferable)

Min of 5 years’ experience as Asst. Prof.(or)Min 5 years’ experience after PG Qualification(For Direct recruitment) 4-10
3

Assistant professor (selection grade)

  5 years of experience as assistant professor. Senior scale.  
4

Associate Professor

a)Engineering/ Technology 

b) Science and Humanities 

c) MBA 

d)MCA

M.E./M.Tech.(with first class in B.E. or M.E. or both and Ph.D

M.Sc./M.A. with Ist class and  M.Phil. (Ph.D. preferable)

MBA with Ist class (M.Phil.and  Ph.D. preferable)

MCA with Ist class (M.Phil.and  Ph.D. preferable)

 

 

Min of 7 years’ experience as AP

10
5

Professor

a)Engineering/ Technology

b) Science and Humanities

c) MBA

d)MCA

same as above in Associate Professor Min of 10 years’ experience out of which 5 years as Associate Professor with Ph.D. 13+Ph.D. Completed

Types of Leave

Rules for Availing Leave

Casual Leave (CL)

Casual Leave is not earned by duty but it is a concession given to faculty members so as to enable them to be absent in special circumstances, without such absence being treated as any other leave. A faculty member on CL is not treated as absent from duty. He /She is eligible to avail 12 days of CL in a calendar year. CL cannot be claimed as a matter of right and its grant is always subjected to the exigencies of service.
During the probation period, the faculty members will be granted CL in proportion to the actual period spent on duty. CL can normally be availed off only with prior approval of the Head of the Institution i.e. Principal[Implemented from the academic year 2016-2017].

Compensatory Leave (CPL)

A faculty member may be granted compensatory leave if he/she is required to work on any holiday under the written orders from the Principal. It may be availed within six months from the holiday on which the duty is performed with the prior sanction of the leave by the concerned authority. The maximum number of Compensatory leaves that may be granted to a faculty member shall not exceed 10 days in an academic year. Compensatory leaves may be combined with Casual Leave or authorized public holidays subject to the condition that the total period of absence shall not exceed 10 days. Compensatory leaves may also be prefixed or suffixed to regular leave subject to usual conditions.

Earned Leave (EL)

A faculty member can avail the Earned Leave, during a period of emergency by post ponding the vacation leave, granted to the faculty member by the deciding authority in an academic year. A faculty is eligible for earned leave if he/she has not availed either part (or) full vacation period sanctioned to him. That leave can be availed after the vacation period before the completion of 6 months time.

Vacation Leave (VL)

A faculty member can avail vacation or portion of vacation only after the formal order from the Principal. A faculty member has to forgo the vacation period in case of special orders from the authorities concerned. The eligible period of vacation is as follows:[implemented from the academic year 2016-2017]

Category Experience in the College Summer Vacation Winter Vacation
Teaching One year completed 28 days 14 days
Non-teaching One year completed 14 days 07 days
Maternity Leave (MTL)
On Duty (OD)

In addition to the leaves sanctioned to the faculty members On Duty is also provided to facilitate the following:

Permission

The faculty members are given one hour permission twice in a month. The permission can be availed either in the morning from 8:30 to 9:30 or in the evening from 3:30 to 4:30.

Incentive schemes for faculty & students [implemented from the academic year 2012-2013].

The primary objective of the following incentive schemes is to motivate the faculty members to undertake quality research, consultancy and other research related activities.

Examination System

Continuous Internal Assessments

Passing Requirements for University Examination

Attendance

Revaluation

Grade, GP, GPA & CGPA

The marks scored by the student will be converted into Grades (G) and Grade Points (GP). All assessments of a course will be done on absolute marks basis. However, for the purpose of reporting the performance of a candidate, letter grades, each carrying certain number of points, will be awarded as per the range of total marks (out of 100) obtained by the candidate in each subject as detailed below:

Scores Grades Grade Points Description
91-100 S 10 Superior
81 to  90 A 9 Very Good
71 to  80 B 8 Good
61 to 70 C 7 Very Fair
57 to 60 D 6 Fair
50 to 56 E 5 Satisfactory
Less than 50 F Failure
GPA Classification
Grade Sheet

After results are declared, Grade Sheets will be issued by the University to each student which will contain the following details:-

Continuous Academic Monitoring of the Students

The institution ensures that every class has an advisor and two/ three tutors according to the strength of the class. The class advisor will be one among the course-instructors of the class. He / She will be appointed by the Head of the department concerned.

DRESS CODE

COLLEGE POLICY

The college will function on all days from Monday to Friday in a week except on Government holidays. The second and fourth Saturdays will be full working days. If required, a decision will be made to work on other Saturdays to fulfil the required number of working days in a semester as prescribed by the University.
College Timing: 8:30 a.m. to 4:25 p.m

Conduct and Discipline:

All students shall be required to conduct themselves in a manner befitting the students of a professional institution of high reputation, within and outside the precincts of the College. The following additional acts by the students within or outside the precincts of the College shall constitute gross violation of code of conduct punishable as indiscipline:

Attendance and Leave Rules for the Students
WORKSHOP AND LABORATORY RULES
LIBRARY RULES
SCHOLARSHIPS

The Vijayalakshmi Palanisamy Charitable Trust offers several scholarships, fee waiver schemes, research assistance to meritorious and deserving students. Every year more than 200 students are benefitted with the scholarship worth rupees one crore.

Vijayalakshmi Palanisamy Scholarship
Government Scholarships

The Institution supports in receiving other government scholarships like:

Anti-ragging Rules

Ragging is display of disorderly conduct, doing any act which causes or is likely to cause physical or psychological harm or raise apprehension or fear or shame or embarrassment to a student in any educational Institution. It also includes:

Ragging within or outside any educational Institution is prohibited. Whoever directly or indirectly commits or participates in any practice of “Ragging” within or outside any educational institution shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to two years or shall also be liable to a fine which may extend to Rs.25, 000/-or even termination of the student with T.C. and the student cannot join in any other institution with that T.C.

Members of the Anti- Ragging Committee

HOSTEL RULES

a.Admission and Accommodation
b. Hostel Mess Timings
C. Discipline inside the Hostel