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Administration

Governing Body

Governing Body

Sl. No. Name Designation
1. Sri Adikanda Sethy, Hon’ble MLA, (Nominated by Government), Chatrapur constituency President
2. Dr. Subash Chandra Nayak Principal I/C, Ganjam College, Ganjam Member
3. Teaching staff representative Member
4. Teaching staff representative Member
5. Sri Mahesh Prasad Padhy, (Non-Teaching staff representative-M) Member
6. Ms. Sabita Sahu, Ganjam Panchayat Samiti, Ganjam Panchayat Samiti Member
7. Sri P. Raju Reddy Member
8. Nominee of Director (HE), Orissa Member
9. Nominee Chairman (CHSE), Orissa Member
10. Sri Govinda Panda, (Educationist) Member
11. Dr. J.P.Behera Member (SC)
12. Sri Sikandar Khan Member (MC)
13. Ms. Geeta Mahapatra Member Woman
14. Ms. Hemalata Behera Member Woman
Sri Adikanda Sethy, Hon’ble MLA, (Nominated by Government), Chatrapur constituency
President

General Rules

The students (above the age of 18 years) and the parents or the legal guardian of the students (below the age of 18)
are to give an undertaking at the time of admission that they would abide by the rules and discipline of the college, in case there is any breach
of rule or discipline of the college, by any student he/she will be asked to take his/her college leaving certificate.
The students have to bring their identity cards issued by the college when they come to the college. They are to
produce their identity cards whenever or wherever they are asked to do so.
Outsiders are strictly prohibited to enter the college campus. Anybody found moving in the college premises without any
genuine purpose shall be handed over to the law and order authorities, if the college authority so feels.
The students should not loiter in the corridors and move here and there in the college when they do not have any class.
They should make the best utilization of time by going to the Reading room of the Library. They may also take rest in the Student’s Recreation room.
The students should keep their bicycles in the cycle stand of the college. They should not keep them in the corridors.
They must strictly observe this rule.
The students should not join any outside club or association without prior permission of the Principal.
No student or no team can go outside to play or participate in any other cultural or academic activities without the
written permission of the Principal if at all they are permitted to go, some members of the teaching staff must be deputed by the Principal to
accompany them and guide them properly.
There shall be a Discipline Committee comprising of members of the staff to look into the matters of discipline in the
college. Every student should strictly observe the following:
a) Spitting on the walls, floors, pillars, doors and windows of the college is strictly prohibited.
b) Students are warned not to handle bicycles or vehicles belonging to others.
c) Students are warned not to tamper with the switches and fans in the Class Rooms. They should not mishandle the furniture, anybody doing so would
be seriously dealt with.
d) Students are required to maintain perfect discipline in the class rooms and outside or in any other function of the college. Misbehaviour with
the teacher, members of the staff, classmates or any girl student will be heavily dealt with.
Students should observe queue while standing before a counter to deposit fees or for the purpose of fill in forms.
Students should not normally enter the Office of the Principal. If they want to meet the Principal on some urgent
business they should take proir permission of the Principal.
There should be no club or society or any other function in the college without the permission and approval of the
Principal.

The Orissa conduct of examination ACT-1988

An Act to provide for penal action for adoption of unfair means at certain examinations held in the state and other matters connected therewith.
This is enacted by the legislature of the state of Orissa in the Thirty-ninth Year of the Republic of India as follows.

Short title: This Act may be called the Orissa Conduct of examination Act, 1988.
Definition: In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires
a) ‘Recognized examination’ means an examination specified in the Schedule and includes evaluation, publication of results and all other matters
connected therewith.
b) “Unfair means” in relation to any recognized examination means taking or giving or attempting to take or give any help, other than one permissible,
if any, under rules applicable thereto, from any material, written, recorded or printed or relayed or from any person in any form whatsoever.
Prohibition of use of unfair means at examination:
a) No person shall adotp or take recourse to unfair means at any recognized examinations.
b) No person shall aid, abet or conspire at any recognized examination.
Restriction on copies of question paper and of information
No person, who is not lawfully authorized or permitted by virtu of his duties to do so shall, before the time fixed for distribution of copies of
question paper to examinees at a recognized examination:
a) Procure, attempt to procure or possess, such question paper or a portion or a copy there.
b) Impart or offer to impart information which he knows or has reason to believe is related to or is derived from or has a bearing upon such
question paper.
Prevention of leakage by person entrusted with examination work:
No person who is entrusted with any work connected with a recognized examination shall excepeted in the discharge of his duties, directly or
indirectly divulged or cause to be divulged or known to any other person any information of part there of which he has come in possession in the
discharge of duties.
Restriction to question paper:
No person shall procure, possess, distribute otherwise publicize or cause to be publicized any question paper as being the one supporting to be
given or likely to be given at an ensuing recognized examination.
Prohibition of loitering etc. near examination centre etc. No person, save in the discharge of his duties shall:
a) during the hours when a recognized examination conduct at any recognized examination centre where any evaluation or tabulation work relation recognized
examination is done and
b) two hours preceding the commencement of such examination, evaluation or tabulation on any date on which such examination is conducted or evaluation or
tabulation work is done, commit or cause to commit any of the following acts within the premiss where in the recognized examination is held or at
any public or private place of evaluation or tabulation work namely.
1. loitering
2. distributing or otherwise publicizing any paper or other matter relating to such examination, or
3. including in such other activities as is likely to be prejudical to the conduct of such examination or is likely to affect the secrecy thereof
provided that nothing contained in this section shall apply in respect of bonafied activities of examinees appearing at the examination which
conducted at such examination centre.
No person assigned with invigilation work superintendence of any recognized examination at any centre or any other work
connected with such examination or evaluation tabulation or publication of results of such examination shall refuse save under circumstances beyond
his control to perform the work of duties so assigned.
Penalty:
Whoever contravenes any of the provisions of sections 3 to 8 shall on conviction, be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to three
thousand rupees but shall not be less then five hundred rupees or with both.
Investigation etc. :
a) An offence under this Act shall not be investigated by an officer below the rank of a sub-inspector of police.
b) All offence under this Act shall be cognizable and non-bailable.
Effect of other laws:
a) Subject to the provision of sub-section (2) the provisions of this act shall have effect not with standing anything inconsistent therewith
contained in any enactment other then this Act.
b) Where any act or omission constitutes an offence punishable under this Act, and also under any other Act, the offender found guilty of such offence
shall be liable to be punished under the other Act and not under this Act.

College Rules

College students are no more school children but ladies and gentleman and responsible citizens. They are expected to behave like students, devoted
to learning and academic pursuits and a greater mission of nation building. Realizing their sacred duties and responsibilities they should be
disciplined, obedient and law-abiding. The following rules and codes of conduct, though they may sound authorization and an imposition to a miscreant,
have been codified to imbibe a sence of discipline and regularity among the students and for the larger interests of the institution as well.

I Book Bank

This is a library of text books. Text book which are likely to continue for three
years and are not ordinarily within the purchasing capacity of the poor and deserving students will find place in the library. Books will
be purchased on the recommendation of Heads of the Departments.
It will be treated as separate section of the college library and will be under the
administrative control of the professor incharge of the library with a member of the teaching staff to assist him and will be operated
by one of the library staff and a bearer.
At the beginning of each academic session the Principal will invite applications
from poor and deserving students who require text books. All recommendation of the proctors and the Head of the departments of subjects
concerned.
A separate register will be maintained for the issue of books by the library staff
Ordinarily not more than Two books shall be issued to a particular student.
Books will be issued for one academic session of the +2 & under graduate students
on payment of 1/10 cost of each book. However students of 1st year under graduate classes may retain the books for the second year
renewing the book on payment of 1/10 cost of each books for the next academic session, if they desire.
The books must be returned by all the borrowers before he/she fills up the form for
the University / C.H.S Examinations.
Each student must examine the condition of the book before it is issued to him,
in case mutilation of book is discovered later, the borrower shall replace the book at his cost or pay double the current price of the
book if it is not readily available in the market.
The borrower shall produce identity card issued by the college showing his class
and roll number, if demanded at the time of issue of books.
The membership enrollment fee Rs. 2/- for students who wants to be its member.
The Principal reserves the right to amend, abrogate or cancel any of the above rules.