1. The college gives utmost priority for discipline and every student is bound to follow the Rules and Regulations of the College and maintain strict discipline.
  2. Students are expected to use courteous and polite language with staff members and maintain decorum in the campus and outside. They are expected to conduct themselves in such a way, so as to bring a good name for the college wherever they are.
  3. The college will work from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm.
  4. Wearing Uniform & Student ID Cards in the Campus is compulsory.
  5. Under disciplinary action, the Director / Principal is empowered to fine, suspend or even expel a student from the college in the interests of the institution.
  6. Students are not permitted to possess or use Mobile Phones inside the college campus.
  7. BROWSING IS NOT ALLOWED DURING LAB HOURS. Staff and students are not allowed to misuse the internet facilities.
  8. No one will be allowed to listen to Music from any device inside the college campus.
  9. Every Student shall conduct himself / herself in such a way to cause no disturbance in the working of the classes or to fellow students.
  • Students should be seated in the lecture hall 5 minutes before the commencement of the class.
  • Students should maintain perfect order and strict silence inside the lecture / drawing halls/ labs/ workshop at all times.
  • Movement outside the classroom in between lectures should be minimum and for valid reasons only.
  • No function shall be arranged by the students in the college campus without prior permission from the Director / Principal .
  • Students are not allowed to exchange greeting cards, photographs, gift articles or letters, with Students of opposite sex.
  • Writing on walls, pillars, bath rooms, furniture or black boards is strictly prohibited.
  • Eating snacks / taking lunch along corridors are not permitted.
  • The cost of any damage, if caused to college property will be charged to the accounts of the students responsible for the damage in addition to disciplinary action.
  • Students are advised to switch off fans and lights when they leave the class rooms.
  • Furniture in the class rooms should not be moved or displaced.
  • Students are not allowed to attend classes or any college function wearing shorts, dhotis, etc.
  • No one will be allowed to whistle, hoot, shout or sing aloud in the college campus.
  • Students have to take without fail all the necessary items such as hall ticket, admit card, pen, pencil, calculator, Scale, rubber, etc., to the test / exam hall.
  • Students will have to sit through the entire period scheduled for the internal tests and Board examinations.
  • In the event of continued poor performance in internal tests and poor class attendance by any student, the Principal has the authority to withhold permission for him/her to write the Board examinations, as per DTE Norms.
  • Parents and visitors are permitted to meet their children/wards only after the college working hours and after taking permission from the Principal.
  1. Students should attend all tests and show good academic progress.
  2. Absenting from regular classes will be strictly viewed and absenteeism in the test will be viewed with atmost sternness.
  3. Regularity in writing the test and satisfactory performance of students in test are essential to permit the students to appear for the Board examinations at the end of the semester.
  4. Any student found indulging in malpractice in the I.A. Test / Model exams / Board exams will be debarred from appearing for the rest of the examinations.
  5. All students should wear clean uniforms. Gentleman should wear trousers with shirts neatly tucked in. They are expected to wear shoes. Ladies should wear salwar kameez with dupatta and appropriate footwear.

  1. A minimum of 85% attendance is expected, in each semester, necessarily to enable a student to perform better in the Board examination.
  2. Students who absent themselves without permission will be deemed to have been absent for 2 days. Continuous absence from class on medical grounds will be permitted only on production of medical certificate and letter from parent
  1. The student should maintain discipline in the library, eatables, discussion in groups & napping is not allowed.
  2. Personal belongings are not allowed inside the Library.
  3. Every staff / student of the college is eligible for membership of the Library
  4. The Library can be utilized by the students and staff from 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. on working days.
  5. All students should sign the entry register of the Library, before entering.
  6. Books borrowing limit: Faculty – 10, Non-Teaching staff – 3
  7. For students; The Library has a unique scheme of Book Bank, which will provide a set of Books Prescribed by the BTE for the entire course for all students.
  8. The concerned student should be present for issuing & receiving of the books.
  9. Issue of books is subject to availability.
  • Principal is empowered to increase additional issue of books to whomever he feels necessary.
  • Books are to be handled very carefully. If a book is lost by the student, he/she shall replace the book (same title, author and edition) or shall pay double the cost of the book as fine.
  • Members before leaving the issue counter must satisfy themselves as to whether the books which they intend to borrow are in good condition and any damage should be immediately reported to the Librarian or library staff, failing which the member to whom the book was issued will be held responsible.
  • Members are not permitted to underline, write in, folding / tearing of pages or defaced books in any way whatsoever.
  • The borrowed book should be returned on or before due date, If not, overdue charge of Rs.5. per day for students will be collected.
  • If the due date falls on holidays, return can be done on the following working day without fine.
  • Misbehavior in the library will lead to cancellation of membership and serious disciplinary action.
  • The members will be responsible for any loss or non-return of books issued.
  • All final year students should return their library books based on library circular and obtain “NO DUE CERTIFICATE” from the library.
  • Similarly, the staff members who intend to leave the college should settle all the dues and obtain “NO DUE CERTIFICATE” from the library.
  • The Librarian reserves the right to recall the issued books at any time in case of emergency.
  1. Students should enter the log-in and log-out time in the log note without fail.
  2. Students must produce Identity Card when demanded, to utilize the lab resources.
  3. Students are not allowed to download pictures, music, videos or files without the permission of a staff, other than academic contents.
  4. Log-on with your username and password for your use only. Never share your username and password.
  5. Food or drinks are not allowed to bring inside the computer lab.
  6. Do not install software’s without permission.
  7. Do not remove or disconnect parts, cables, or labels.
  8. Usage of storage devices (CD, DVD, Pen Drive, External HDD, etc.) is prohibited.
  9. Site includes chat rooms, instant messaging (IM), social and adult sites are strictly prohibited.
  • No Internet/Intranet gaming activities allowed.
  • Do not personalize the computer settings. (This includes desktop, screen saver, etc.)
  • Ask permission to print.
  • Maintain silence inside the lab.
  • Log-off - leave the computer ready for the next person to use. Pick-up your materials and push in the chair.

About T.E.H.R.D

The trust was established in the year 1981 under the aegis of Late. Smt. Basavarajeswari, Former union Minister and Founder Chairperson of the Trust, whose vision was to provide quality education in Science, Engineering, Management and Technology with the goal of uplifting people in the backward region of Northern Karnataka. Readmore..

Core Values

The institute stress the core values and ethics of commitment, Equity, Team Spirit, Transparency, Quality and Resource Optimization among the students and staff.

College Address

"Vidya Soudha", Sanjay Gandhinagar,
Ballari - 583104,
Karnataka State
08392 266331 / 267833
9008066235 / 8197778607
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