A Proctorial System is introduced as decided by the Govt. All the students of the College are divided into several groups. Each group would be headed by a Lecturer who is called Proctor. The Proctors are required to maintain a record card containing Particulars of the students under their guidance. It aims at an integral relationship between the teachers and the students.
a. Every student of the College is placed in group under a Proctor.
b. The student should meet the proctor at least once in a month or at any time he/she feels necessary.
c. A student should know the rules of the college through his proctor and should try to abide by them during his/her stay in the college.
d. A student can meet the Principal if necessary with the prior permission of the proctor concerned.
e. Any negative report against a student by the proctor shall be seriously dealt with by the staff council of the College.
f. A proctor is generally required to maintain co-operation between the authority and the parents of the students under his guidance through regular visits to maintain discipline so as to secure the interest of the students & Institute.
g. It is the duty of the Proctor to report to the Chief Proctor (Principal) on any serious misconduct irregularity in attendance, absence at the internal examinations etc.