1. The College has been instructed by the University of Mumbai to strictly follow the provisions of Ordinance 119 and 125. Under these Ordinances, the College may not send up the forms for admission to the University examination or permit the appearing at college examinations of those students who do not fulfil the necessary requirements. This involves (1) a minimum attendance in each term of three-fourth of the days on which lectures are delivered and (2) the completion of the course of study at the College to the satisfaction of the Principal.
Lecturers will maintain a record of attendance in their classes throughout the year. Students are asked to note that absence from one lecture at which attendance has been taken will be deemed as absence for the whole day.
In case of absence due to illness, students are required to submit to the Vice-Principal, a medical certificate with a letter from the parents/guardian explaining the reasons for absence. Medical certificates must be submitted at the time of the illness.
2. Students of the College, successful at a Final Examination, if any, and desirous of continuing in the College, are required to apply within 48 hours from the date of the declaration of their results (or as notified by the College) for admission to the next class.
3. No student will ordinarily be readmitted (as a regular student) to the College after an unsuccessful attempt at a University Examination.
4. F.Y.B.A./B.Sc. and S.Y.B.A./B.Sc. students are required to pass in their annual examinations before they can be promoted to the next year. The rules governing these examinations are prescribed by University Ordinances and guidelines and the College, as an affiliated institution of the University, will have to abide by these rules.
5. Students should make themselves familiar with the syllabus of their course of studies, with College regulations given in the College Handbook, and with notices appearing from time to time on the notice boards.
6. Parents and guardians are requested to keep themselves informed of their daughter's/ward's academic progress. It will not be possible for the college authorities to send individual letters. However, the Vice-Principals and the Dean of Students will answer their queries, if any.