Every student of St. Joseph’s College should realize that she has a duty towards the college and that she plays a vital role in building up the good name of the college making it a place of higher education and character formation.
All the students are therefore expected to conduct themselves in a manner worthy of an educated Indian citizen on the campus and outside. Such conduct based on respect for the dignity and rights of individuals, respect for personal property and honesty both academic and personal, is called for from everyone. All the students are answerable to the Principal for their conduct and behaviour inside the college.
Every morning work begins with a prayer session. Students wherever they are should stand in attention when the prayer song begins and keep standing till the session ends.
Students should standup when the teacher enters the classroom and are expected to greet the teacher appropriately when she enters and say "Thank you" when she leaves the classroom.
No student will enter or leave the classroom when the session is on without the permission of the teacher concerned.
Students are expected to show respect to the teachers and administrative staff of the college both inside and outside the campus. It is impolite to enter a room without permission.
Students are expected to be properly dressed on non-uniform days. Showy clothes are to be avoided. They are expected to be dignified in their dress and general behaviour.
Students must wear uniform (Green on Monday, Wednesday & Friday, Lavender on Tuesday & Thursday) on all days, even during exams and extra classes on Saturdays/holidays.
Students should not disfigure the walls, doors, windows and furniture or any property of the institution.
Political activism is strictly banned in the campus. Students are forbidden to organize or attend meetings other than the official ones.
Students are advised not to submit mass petitions to the Principal. If they have any grievance or complaint their representatives may meet her personally and present their problems.
Any student who is persistently insubordinate, who is repeatedly or wilfully mischievous, who is guilty of fraud or malpractice in connection with examinations or who, in the opinion of the Principal, is likely to have undesirable influence on her fellow students, shall be removed from the rolls. The removal shall either be temporary or permanent according to the gravity of the offence.
Students are strictly forbidden from bringing mobile phones to the campus. If a student wishes to retain mobile phone, she should get permission from the principal through the parent. Mobile phones should be kept in the department or at the office. U.O. no.
Students are expected to spend their free hours in the Library / Reading room. They should not loiter along the verandahs or crowd at the gate or about the office.
The college office does not have the responsibility of handling the private mail or properties of the students. For the safe delivery of the mail on time, the students are directed to make the necessary arrangements, so that their mail is delivered at their residence.
Students are expected to avail themselves of the special help provided to them by means of Value Education Programmes, Seminars, Retreats and similar activities to enrich their lives and become better citizens.
Ragging is totally banned in the Institution and if found guilty of the same, it is liable to be punished appropriately as per UGC Regulation on Curbing the Menace of Ragging in Higher Educational Institutions, 2009.
Any student who is found indulging in actions that go against ethics and are detrimental to the reputation of this institution shall be asked to leave the college