Do not fear, for I am with you,
do not be afraid, for I am your God;
I will strengthen you, I will help you,
I will uphold you with my victorious right hand

– Isaiah 41:10



Rules and Regulations

ATTENDANCE RULES

Regularity in attendance is obligatory.

Candidates shall have 80% of minimum attendance per Semester to take the Semester Examination.

Candidates who have less than 80% of attendance, but above 65% shall pay 150/- as per University rule, towards condonation fee.

Those students who have less than 65% of attendance will have to repeat the Semester after completing the course.

Students involved in Extra-curricular Activities shall contact the respective authorities who will seek the prior permission from the Principal (Warden in the case of resident students) for attendance.


THE FOLLOWING RULES ARE APPLICABLE TO ALL TESTS AND EXAMINATIONS
 

Students are to be in their seats before the second bell. During the distribution of question papers, no one should enter the hall or room. No one can enter the hall 30 minutes after the commencement of test or examination. No student can receive the question paper before taking her assigned seat in the hall or room.

No student will be allowed to enter the Examination Hall, half an hour after the commencemnt of the examination.

Students are prohibited from bringing / carrying into the Examination Hall any book or portion of a book, manuscript or any matter of any description. Any communication with another is subject to severe punishment.

No paper other than the question paper should be taken out of the Examination Hall.

Students, indulging in malpractice, will be dealt with as per the directives of the State Government and Madurai Kamaraj University.


Every student is advised to keep the ID card and Present it for appearing in Regular & Supplementary Examination. ID card will also be required as reference for all enquiries.

  • Vision Statement

    WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT THROUGH EDUCATION To empower women by developing human capabilities through quality education based on Christian values, making them responsible citizens who can work for the advancement of the society and promote communal harmony in the multi-religious and multi-cultural reality of India eventually evolving into women of communion.