Classes begin at 6:45 a.m., and end by 1:30 p.m. in general. Students must arrive at least fi fteen minutes before the class starts. Students, who arrive late by more than ten minutes after the bell, will have to report to the Coordinator before being issued a written chit to enter the class. Disciplinary action will be taken as per the college rules against students who repeatedly come late/ or are found to be bunking the class.
Late comers who attempt to enter the class without written permission from the coordinator will face disciplinary action.
Classes are held Sunday through Friday. Extra-curricular activities are conducted on Mondays and Tuesdays.
Roll call is taken every day to ensure the students’ attendance and participation in the class. Absenteeism in the class is discouraged. Academic Director/ Head/ Level-coordinators or the Administrator must be informed in writing in case a student cannot attend class due to unavoidable circumstances. In addition to maintaining academic requirements, a minimum of 90 percent attendance is necessary to be eligible to appear for Term or / Send-up examination.
Mid-session withdrawal is discouraged. However, if a student has to withdraw his/her name from the college due to some unavoidable circumstances, a written application must be submitted to the office at least two months in advance or else two months’ tuition fee will be realized from the student before issuing a Transfer Certifi cate (TC) or any other document(s).
Dress code is to be strictly followed by all the students. All must wear the prescribed college uniform which consists of a white shirt, tie and navy blue pants during summer plus a coat and a pullover during winter. Students who come in casual dress or improper uniform will not be allowed to attend classes without correcting the same.
E ective delivery of education is only possible when there is a sense of self discipline, and a feeling of security. Discipline is strictly enforced, as we believe that it is the key to success. Students are regularly counselled, monitored and individually cared for. Teaching and non-teaching members of the college are authorised and expected within and outside the classroom to uphold the code of conduct. The Code of Conduct and general rules and regulations in the Student Handbook outlines the expectations of the institution on the way the students need to conduct themselves. The acceptance of admission to GIHE implies the acceptance of its rules and regulations and any deviation or violation of the same will lead to disciplinary action which also entails fi nes. Parents and students are required to read the Code of Conduct as well as the Student Handbook and comply.
Students are expected to behave sensibly, courteously and with a sense of concern and respect for others.
- Bus facility is available for students who require the same. Students requiring transportation have to indicate their need, and mention the bus stop in the application form.
- Students are not permitted to bring any sort of conveyance to the college especially two wheelers. This rule is strictly enforced for the safety of the students themselves.
- Students availing of the bus service will be issued a bus pass cum ID tag, which they must display while boarding the bus and should be kept with themselves at all times.
- If a student has to change the bus stop temporarily or does not require the bus service for any reason, then a written application written/ signed by the parents, addressed to the Transportation In-charge must be submitted and permission obtained in advance.
- Misuse of bus facility in any way will lead to the suspension/cancellation of the same.
Verbal complaints are not entertained. Parents/ students are requested not to get into discussions with any member of staff but to put down their complaints or suggestions in writing with their name and contact number and drop the same in a sealed envelope at the concerned authorities’ office. The management will look into the parents'/ students’ grievances and concerns at the earliest possible, and take immediate steps to address them. Anonymous suggestions or complaints will not be entertained.
Office working hours are from Sunday through Friday between 6:45 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. However, parents are requested to make a prior appointment with the concerned officials before they come to meet them in order to avoid a long wait.