Rules and Regulation

For the benefit of the CAB students, general regulations are outlined in the following sections: All students are required to read these regulations carefully. Failure to be familiar with these prescribed regulations does not excuse a student to comply with the obligations.
Care has been taken to ensure accuracy in this prospectus. However, the information contained herein is subject to change, and any change will be duly notified to the students well in time. While it is imperative to adhere to the norms laid out, reasonable exception from academic regulations may be granted where necessary.

Attendance
A minimum of 80% of attendance in each subject is compulsory to be eligible to take the Final Examinations.

Non-Credit Course
To appear the University and/or Higher Secondary Examinations, students must secure pass marks in the sent up examinations in all subjects including non-credit courses offered by the College.

Assignments
All assignments must be submitted within the given time. Evaluation will be based on these works and will be counted for sent up examinations and for the use of other CAB facilities, such as scholarships.

Student Identity Card
Each full-time student will be issued an identity card. This card should be presented on demand while entering college premises or using college facilities. Loss of identity card must be reported immediately, and another copy of ID will cost them Rs. 100.

Uniform
CAB uniform makes white shirt, gray trousers, blue blazer coat, a tie with college insignia and black leather shoes. Students are required to wear it all times when at College.

Discipline
Students engaged in acts incompatible with the educational mission of CAB are subject to disciplinary action that may include expulsion or suspension from college for one or more of the following causes:

Cheating or plagiarism in an academic activity.
Forgery, intention to misuse or misuse of college documents/records, or knowingly furnishing false information and infraction of other college norms.
Obstruction or disruption of educational or other functions of the college.
Physical abuse of the person or property of any member of the college or member of his/her family, or threat of physical abuse.
Theft of and non-accidental damage to the college property, or property in the possession of, or owned by, a member of the college.
Unauthorized entry into, or unauthorized use or misuse of college property.
The use, possession or sale of illegal drugs in college premises.
Possession or use of arms or explosives in the college premises or at college function/s.
Abusive behavior towards a member of the college community.
Violating any order of the Principal.