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                       Code of conduct forusing library facilities.

1 Co-operate in keepinglibrary and textbooks clean.                             

2. Do not put penmarkings on text materials, books, magazines and research texts and preventthem from getting spoiled.

3. Do not bend to markpages of magazines, books.                    

4. Prevent destructionof textual material, books, magazines and      research texts, and do not tear the pages.

5. After using thetextual material, keep it organized at the designated site. 

6. Co-operate librarystaff for the smooth functioning of the library.

7.  Do not waste unnecessary electricity.   Keep the library premises clean. 

8. This library isyours. Help to keep the atmosphere here readable, friendly and clean.


 Codeof practice to work in Microbiology Laboratory (Laboratory guidelines)

The following laboratory  guidelinesshould be followed to work in Microbiology laboratory and they are-

  1. Mouth pipetting  is prohibited.
  2.  Eating , drinking, smoking, storing food and applying  cosmetics are not permitted in the laboratory area.
  3. The laboratory must be neat and clean and free of materials not pertinent to the work.
  4.  Working surfaces are decontaminated  at least once a day and after  each spill of viable bacteria and infectious materials.

  5.  Persons  must wash their hands after handling infectious materials and animals and when they leave the laboratory.
  6. All procedures are conducted carefully  to minimize the creations of aerosols.
  7. All contaminated liquid or solid waste s  are decontaminated before being  disposed off or otherwise handled.
  8. Laboratory coats (aprons) , must be worn  in the laboratory.
  9.  Gloves must be worn  for all procedures necessitating  direct contact  with infectious materials.
  10. All spills, accidents and potential exposures to infectious materials must be reported immediately to the laboratory supervisor.
  11. Never work alone in the laboratory without permission and prior knowledge of the instructor.
  12. Take special precaution when working with open flames. Loose hair, clothing, dangling jewelry, and nearby paper must be secured. Do not leave a heat source (hot plate or Bunsen burner) unattended. Keep containers of alcohol, acetone, or other flammable liquids at a safe distance from flames.
  13. Report ANY and ALL accidents, spills, BREAKAGES, or injuries to the instructor, no matter how trivial they appear.

Code of conduct in chemistry department

1.      Do not work unsupervised in the lab.

2.      Do not eat or drink in the lab.

3.      No unauthorized experiments are to be performed.

4.      Always tie up your tie or long hair.

5.      Never taste anything. Never directly smell the source of anyvapor or gas

6.      Discard broken glass in a dust bin.

7.      Dispose of chemical waste in designated waste containers or bydesignated procedures.

8.      Never leave a flame unattended.

9.      Never return unused chemical to the reagent bottle.

10.  Never point the open end of a test tube toward anyone in thelab.

11.  Do not remove flammable/votile materials from under the hood.

12.  Notify the instructor immediately in case of and accident.

13.  Many common reagents for example, alcohol and acetone are highlyflammable. Do not use them anywhere near open flames.

14.  Always pour acids into water.

15.  If chemicals come in contact with your skin or eyes flushimmediately with copious amount of water and consult with your instructor.

16.  All students must wear a lab coat at time of practical.



Code of conduct botany department


1.      Donot eat, drink or chew in the laboratory

2.      Washyour hands regularly before leaving the laboratory

3.      Readthe labels of chemicals carefully .

4.      Readprocedures before performing them and visualize hazards steps.

5.      Minimizeuse of sharp objects and be sure that you properly dispose of them.

6.      Cleanup any spills and pickup any dropped items.

7.      Labelevery thing clearly.

8.      Usefume hood for any chemicals or solvent that you can smell.

9.      Recordevery thing in your lab notebook.

10.  All procedures areconducted carefully  to minimize the creations of aerosols.

11.  All contaminatedliquid or solid waste s  are decontaminated before being  disposedoff or otherwise handled.

12.  Laboratory coats(aprons) must be worn  in the laboratory.

13. Always report accidents .


Rules and Regulations for Geography Lab


-   Signin the register while you have entered the laboratory.

-   Maintaincleanliness and peace in the lab.

-   Do not useeatable and drinkable items in the lab.

-   Do not usemobile phone in the lab, if required leave the lab   and phone.

-   Do not touchpractical records and practical instruments unnecessarily.

-   Use lab itemsand instruments carefully and keep instruments at proper place after use.

-   Switch off thelights, fans and tracing table after use.

-   Close windowsand doors while leaving laboratory.


Rules and Regulations For SportsActivities


  • Do proper entry in the sports register while you have entered in sports room.
  • Regular students of the college can avail sports facilities of the college.
  • Issued items of sports will be  entered in the sports register properly.
  • Sports activities will be conducted according  to the time table of the college.
  • Do not use table and drinkable items in the sports  room.
  • Switch off of the lights and fans after use.
  •  Do not leave doors and windows unshut  of the sports  room. 



Guidelines for admission to undergraduate and postgraduate classes of government / non-government college of Chhattisgarh

Code of Conduct

Each student who is taking admission the college has to follow the rules of the college.  If they do not follow them they will be a participant of the punitive action set by the government. 

1. The students will come to college in a decent costume.  In any case, her costume should not be provocative. 
2. Every student will concentrate fully on the study, as well as fully cooperate in extra-curricular activities organized by the college. 
3. She will behave fairly in the college premises.  The use of indecent behavior, unprotected language, abusive language, or firearms will not be used. 

 4. Every student should be humble and polite with her teachers, officers and employees. 
5. Every student has the moral duty to keep the college clean.
6. The consumption of any type of drug in the college is strictly prohibited.
7. It is strictly forbidden to spit in the campus of the college, to dirtywalls and furniture or to write dirty things.  Strict action will be takenif the student is involved in anti-social and criminal activities. 
8. She will not demonstrate her demands by spreading movement, violence or terror.  Student will keep himself away from partisan politics and will not resort to political parties, workers or newspapers to persuade her demands. 
9. During the classes, the use of mobile phone is prohibited.

Study Rules

1. 75% attendance of students in each subject will be mandatory, and thisrule will also be applicable in NCC, NSS, otherwise it will not be eligible to sit in annual examination as a regular candidate. 
2. Students will use the tools in the laboratory carefully, keep them clean andthe lab will keep clean. 
3. The rules made by the library will have to be complied with.  The books will be 
issued in the prescribed number and it will be returned to the library at the scheduled time.  In the prescribed time, the penalty will not be given for refunding the book. 
4. For any difficulty, she will submit application in front of her teachers- guardian  or in front of the principal in a peaceful manner. 
5. Fans and lights in the lecture halls, laboratories or reading room and girls’ common room will have to switch off the button if they are not required.
6. Students must appear in all the unit test, quarterly, half-yearly andpre-final exams under internal examinations during the session. In case, unhealthy and she does not appear in the internal examination, she should submit an application with medical certificate.