PUC students guidelines
Vision & Mission Statement
At TLC PUC, it is our prime responsibility to provide a safe learning environment to our students, teachers and other staff members. Our friendly, accessible atmosphere offers students a chance to optimize in their academics and develop socially. In order to achieve this, we have put in place a number of policies and guidelines which are updated from time to time to guide the function.
This document contains policies, expectations and a code of conduct for the students of TLC. The College reserves the right to amend, supplement, interpret or rescind any policies or portions of the handbook from time to time as it deems appropriate.
Bullying includes using abusive language, physical violence, teasing, sending threatening emails, social media messages, acts of coercion etc. Any form of harassment of a student, physical/mental is strictly prohibited.
Students who are subjected or witness to any kind of bullying must report the incident to the coordinator immediately. Utmost attention and stringent action will be taken depending on the severity of the offence after thorough investigation as per the Karnataka State Board Law.
Note: False Reporting shall call for disciplinary action
No Alcohol/Drugs/Smoking Policy
A strict policy is in place which prohibits the possession, use or distribution of any illicit drugs, sedatives, cigarettes and alcohol inside/around the campus.
Mobile Phone Usage Policy*
* In the event of a student failing to comply with the above Mobile Phone Usage Policy, severe consequences, depending on the circumstances shall apply
Dress Code Policy
The coordinator reserves the right to send back a student whose dress is unacceptable, irrespective of circumstances. The coordinator/principal shall decide on the appropriateness of the dress and his/her decision stands final.
Students must fulfil a minimum of 75% attendance to be promoted to the next grade/course. Request for leave of absence during the college term is strongly discouraged and parents are reminded, that such absences can have an adverse effect on a child’s academic performance. Unauthorised absences shall also be reflected in the Attendance Summary sent to the Pre-University Board.
If a student is absent for more than 2 consecutive days and if the leave does not fall in the authorized leave category*, the failure to meet the attendance criteria for promotion shall be highlighted to the parents by February of the academic year by the Principal/Coordinator.
Return from absence: On return to college, it shall be the student’s responsibility to catch up on the missed work. Quizzes/tests shall not be reconducted. In case of absence during an exam, parents have to provide formal documentation and meet the Coordinator/Principal.
*Apart from planned & sick leaves, all other leave shall be considered unauthorised
Medical Disclosure Policy
Search and Seizure Policy
No tuitions & Notes policy
At TLC PUC, our aim is to be proactive in strengthening positive partnership between the institution, its students and parents. Effective two-way communication is integral to this partnership. Parents will be regularly informed about the activities and development at TLC through Schoology. Schoology shall provide students regular updates on grades, attendance, study material, holiday list, events etc.
From parents, the college seeks timely, honest and complete information about their child. Parents shall ensure that the contact information they have provided to the college remains accurate and updated. All communication between the college and parents will be respectful, professional and underpinned by considerations of appropriate privacy and confidentiality principles.
Modes of Communication
The tuition fee for the year must be paid within the prescribed date. Every student shall be liable to pay the fees for the entire year if his/her name is on the rolls during any part of the year. Receipts should be collected for every payment of fee made.
If a student leaves college during a term, he/she shall have no right to claim a remission of any portion of the fee. Please refer to the refund policy for more information.
The College reserves the right to strike the name of a student off the roll or stop him/her from appearing for any examination including external examinations for non-payment of fees and other dues before the commencement of such examinations.
Payment of examinations fees does not entitle the candidate to appear for the examination. The candidate has to submit the application within the last date prescribed by the PU Board and fulfil the requirement of satisfactory attendance, progress and conduct. A candidate who does not satisfy these requirements will not be permitted to take the examinations