• A student who is found guilty of any malpractice in the examination shall incur a disciplinary action.
  • Types of Misconduct
    1. Copying during examinations from another.
    2. Copying during examinations from materials brought along into the examination hall.
    3. Using books (Vatican II Documents, Bible, etc.) with handwritten notes in the margins.
    4. Plagiarism in assignments/dissertations.
    5. Recycling of old papers/assignments, cutting and pasting materials.
    6. Tampering with answer papers/marks returned by Professors.
  • Disciplinary Action: The Disciplinary Action Committee shall investigate the matter, and if the misconduct is conclusively proven, the student will be disqualified for the current Academic year.
  • For postponing, anticipating or making changes in the order of the examination, a student should have a justifying reason and should get the prior permission from the Head of the Department, who will in turn inform the Professor concerned about it.
  • Generally, re-examinations in failed subjects will be conducted only during the stipulated time indicated in the College Handbook.
  • Re-examination in a failed subject may be conducted in the same semester depending on the availability of time for the Professor concerned.
  • Re-examination of a student in a failed subject will be allowed only twice.
  • For a re-examination, the student should register by submitting an application countersigned by the house Rector.
  • There is no provision for improving the marks by re-examination.
  • Failure in any seven subjects in the first year or any five subjects in the second or third year will automatically lead to the demotion of the student to the Diploma course. If the student wants to appear for the Degree, he will have to repeat the entire year.