Guidelines & Governance of College & Hostel

Guidelines & Governance of College & Hostel


The PSG College of Nursing emulates high principles and discipline that are the hallmark of PSG Institutions.

It shall be the bounden duty of every student to abide by the rules and regulations of the College and to conduct himself/herself with discipline and decorum in all places and under all circumstances

Conduct and Discipline

  • Students are expected to conduct themselves in a manner commensurate with the dignity of the Nursing Profession within and outside the college premises.
  • Students shall not talk or act in any manner outside the institution in a way that would bring disrepute to the college.
  • Students should greet and respect teaching and non-teaching staff of College of Nursing, other college staff, hospital and administrative staff in campus.
  • Students are expected to use only courteous and polite language and should avoid using any insulting, inciting, threatening language when talking with fellow students and should abstain themselves from violence.
  • Gathering in groups at roads, entrance, exit and pathways is strictly prohibited.
  • The students shall be regular and punctual in attending classes and all activities connected with the college.
  • The students shall observe strict silence in the class irrespective of the presence or absence of the faculty member.
  • Practices such as taking alcohol, narcotic drugs, ‘pep’ pills etc., which lead to degeneration of physical well being, loss of moral spiritual values and damage of human personality are strictly prohibited in the college premises and hostels. Those found indulging are liable to strict disciplinary action up to and including suspension/ expulsion from the College.
  • While attending college functions, the students will conduct themselves in such a way as to bring credit to themselves and to the institution.
  • Every student need to handle college property with care and preserve cleanliness and tidiness of the furniture, building and the premises. Also have to switch off the lights and fans to conserve electricity. If loss or damage may be incurred, the cost of any damage so caused will be recovered from the students collectively if the responsibility for it cannot be fixed on any individual or group of individuals.
  • Representation of complaints and grievances may be made individually to the Principal through the class teacher concerned or discipline cum grievance committee/suggestion box.
  • Students are expected to read notices/circulars displayed on the college notice board. Ignorance of not reading any notice/circular thus displayed shall not be accepted as an excuse failing to comply with the directions contained in it.
  • All students should be present in the college on the last and first working days of the vacation.
  • If the student returns late after the vacation, the disciplinary action will be taken
  • The students are expected to take up all assignments, tests & examinations seriously and would try to perform the best for them to score good internal assessment marks.

Attendance and Leave of absence

  • Students should attend all classes regularly and punctually
  • Students must be punctual to each lecture hour. Students coming late to the class by more than five minutes will not be given attendance for that period
  • Students are expected to register their attendance through biometric during clinical posting
  • The students must obtain 80% attendance in theory and 100% attendance in clinical as per the regulatory body norms. Those who lack the above attendance in any one of the subjects in theory or practical will not be permitted by the Institution and the University from appearing in examinations of that academic year.
  • Leave taken without permission during clinical hours, students need to compensate at the rate of 1:3 ratio and students who are late to the clinicals have to compensate as per the hours missed.
  • Absenteeism from classes is viewed seriously. For genuine reasons, leave may be taken and to be informed to the class co-ordinator, after the same has been sanctioned by the Principal. In the event of a student falling ill, a medical certificate of a Registered Medical Practitioner is required to be submitted.

Uniform & ID Cards

All students are required to wear uniform in order to keep up the decorum and discipline of the Institution. Students are required to wear full uniform as prescribed by the college.

Male students

Hair must be groomed well. Face must be neatly shaven. First button of the shirt must not be left open. Only shoes are accepted.

Female students

Hair should be well groomed, not be left loose. Long nails with polish are not accepted, must wear clean and washed uniform. Bangles, big ear rings, chains and anklets not to be worn during clinical hours.

Each student must possess student identity card with his/her photograph affixed on it, duly attested by the Principal. The students must compulsorily wear the student identity card inside the college campus. Students without identity card and proper uniform will be marked as absent.


Ragging is an offense which is strictly prohibited in the college campus as well as in the hostel. Anti ragging committee takes action against students those who involved in such activities are liable to expulsion from the College.

Activities includes initiation or ragging of new students which lower human dignity, cause traumatic feelings, and leave emotional scars in the personalities of the victims.

Use of mobile phone

Use of mobile phones within the college and hospital campus is strictly banned during working hours. Violation of this rule by any student would result in impounding of the cell phone and strict disciplinary action against the student.

Tuition Fees

Tuition fees will be collected every year in the month of August. The last date of payment of tuition fee is 31 st August.


The Institution has made arrangements for the transportation of students for academic activities. No private vehicle is required for this. So it is advisable not to have private vehicles to avoid accidents and grievous injuries. Day-scholars who use vehicles for transport to and from their residence, are prohibited from riding at high speed inside the campus. They have to register their vehicles with the security on duty and park their vehicles in the allotted parking plot for students.

Exchange Programme

The College has International / Foreign Exchange Programme with La Source and Hesav University, Switzerland. Every year 8 -10 students are selected to be part of Indian experience along with Swiss students for an International Exchange Programme in the month of November. The programme commences in January for three weeks with specific theme choosen every year.

The students are selected by scrutinizing the applications and conducting interview (on merit and conduct and character basis) to Summer University Programme at Switzerland for a period of three weeks in the month of June. The selection process begins in the month of January /February. The students who are sponsored for Summer University Programme need to work for two years at PSG Hospitals.

Information to Parents/Guardians

The College creates exceptional learning environment for students through having highly qualified experienced teaching faculty and excellent clinical learning resources.

Parent Teachers Meeting will be held once in a year. All are expected to attend without any absence. If unable to attend the meeting on specified date for emergency reasons, need to report within one week of meeting.

NOTE : In case of any violation of rules and regulations by the student, action initiated against the student may include a warning or a reprimand, awarding a fail mark for an assignment or course, suspension or expulsion from a particular class or from the College, withholding of official documents, withdrawal of campus privileges and any other action which the college authorities deem appropriate at that time.

Rules and regulations are subject to change / modification as and when necessary.



Hostel students (Hostelites) are expected to display satisfactory behavior by maintaining discipline in the hostel campus and need to abide with rules and regulations as stipulated


  • Students / Hostelites shall occupy only the rooms allotted to them. Occupying room other than the one allotted by the warden may result in disciplinary action.
  • Meetings, Parties or social gatherings are not permitted in the hostel without written permission of the warden.
  • Students must return to the hostel by 6 pm every day. Those who are using the library after 6 p.m. should enter their names in the register and should be returned to hostel by 9 p.m.
  • Smoking, possession, distribution and consumption of alcoholic beverages, drugs / chewable tobacco are strictly prohibited.
  • Students should be modestly dressed inside and outside the campus during course of study.
  • Students must possess their identity card at all times and produce it on demand by the Security or hostel authorities
  • Ragging is a serious offence. Any type of ragging is prohibited and liable to draw very severe penalties including eviction from the hostel and suspension from the Institution.
  • Students are allowed to go out on Sundays from 8 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. and the details of outing need to be entered in outgoing register.
  • Roll call will be taken at 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. every day. All must be present
  • Religious worships are permitted only on Sundays. They should return back to hostel by 12.30 p.m.
  • Students those who fall sick should report to the Warden/ Hostel Manager before consulting doctor. Those who are sick or on sick leave should stay in sick room.
  • Students are expected to strictly follow the study timing between 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. on all days except Saturday.
  • Students need to submit letter of permission from Parent / Guardian to travel alone during vacation / holidays.
  • If the residents have complaints or grievances against any fellow residents, hostel servants or administrative staff or about the functioning of the hostel, they may submit the same in writing to the Warden/Hostel Manager with all particulars but should not resort to any direct action on their own.

Preservation of the Hostel

  • All fans & lights must be switched off when not in use.
  • Each student / hostelite will be provided with one cot, one table and one chair. Students are responsible for the proper maintenance of the furniture and electrical fittings in their respective rooms. Any damage to the hostel property must be reported immediately. The loss or damage may be incurred from the hostelites individually / collectively.
  • Common hostel furniture must not be moved or shifted from one room to another.
  • Hostelites are responsible for keeping their rooms and the common areas in the hostel such as visitor’s area, bathrooms, stair case and common room etc. clean and tidy at all times.
  • Pasting of posters, writings, wall chalking, slogans of any kind or defacing the hostel in any form is not allowed.
  • The Management reserves the right to move students to other hostel units if there is a necessity and right to make spot checks on the hostel and rooms without giving prior notice to the students.
  • Keeping electric appliances such as T.V, VCR, heater, iron, oven etc in the rooms is also prohibited.


  • Vegetarian and non vegetarian food will be provided. All the mess expenses are divided equally amongst the students including establishment charges. Wastage of food is not allowed and also food should not be taken inside the living room.
  • Meal timings
    • Breakfast : 6.30 a.m. to 8 a.m.
    • Lunch : 12 noon to 2 p.m.
    • Tea : 4 p.m. to 5.30 p.m.
    • Dinner : 6.30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
  • Reduction of mess charges will be given for a period of 3 days or more when vacations are officially declared by the Institution or specially permitted by Principal on other occasions


  • Authorized visitors list should be submitted to the Principal at the time of admission.
  • Visitors including parents are allowed only into the visitor’s area of the hostel during the visiting hours i.e. on weak end & holidays between7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • If authorized visitors want to take their wards outside along with them, need to obtain prior permission from the Principal through the class co-ordinator.
  • Non-Hostel students are prohibited in the hostel without the permission of Warden/Hostel Manager

Hostel Fee

Hostelites are required to pay their hostel fee every year on or before 31st of August.


  • Students are advised to lock their room & cupboards
  • Students are strongly advised not to keep valuables, if having need to lock all valuables eg. mobile phones, laptop, watches, money etc at all times. The management is not responsible for any loss of private property.
  • Hostelites are not permitted to change rooms or sleep anywhere other than in their own room.

Late Night Pass

  • Night stay out permission should be obtained from the respective co-ordinators two days earlier and submitted to the Principal/Hostel Incharge. Night stay out has to be entered in the register prescribed for the same.
  • Students are permitted with only one night pass in a month. They can either go home or to the authorized local guardian’s house. Prior permission of parents in this regard is expected.

The management has the right to revise rules and regulations from time to time and will keep informed if any changes in the form of notices on hostel notice board.