In regard to all matters connected with their conduct, the students of the college are expected to conduct themselves in accordance with the standard of manners and behaviour.
Students are not allowed to enter the campus without the IDENTITY CARD, properly worn on the neck.
Students shall wear College Uniform on all working days except Wednesdays.
Students shall attend classes regularly and punctually.
When a student meets a member of the teaching/non-teaching staff of the college within the campus or outside, it is a matter of politeness that he/she should greet him/her.
When a teacher enters the class, the students must keep standing until the teacher directs them to sit down or he/himself/she/herself occupies his/her seat.
Smoking and Chewing pans are strictly prohibited within the college premises.
Students are prohibited from making complaints in a body and, addressing the authority collectively. But they may make representations individually to the Principal.
Irregular attendance, insubordination or insolent conduct to teachers or other members of the staff, habitual inattention to class work, and obscenity in word or deed are sufficient reasons for disciplinary action against a student.
Any student suspended from the college shall not come to the college premises during the period of suspension.
Political activities are prohibited on the college campus.
The students shall not organize or attend meetings other than the official ones in the college campus.
Students should take note of the departmental and other notifications displayed on the notice board, every day before they leave the college. Failure to look at the Notice Board will not be an excuse for omission or commission.
Students are forbidden from making any mark on the furniture, on the walls or any part of the college premises.
Any damage to the college property will have to be made good.
No notice or appeal of any kind shall be circulated among the students or pasted on the notice board or anywhere within the college premises.
Students are forbidden from bringing MOBILE PHONE into the campus.
It shall be competent for the Principal to expel any student of the college for reasons to be recorded in writing and intimated to the parent or guardian.
An adverse entry on the conduct of a student in the confidential register may debar him/her from receiving a certificate of good conduct and character from the Principal.
Ragging is prohibited by law. Students shall not indulge in any such activities.
NSS Hindu College, Changanacherry, the earliest among the institutions of higher education was established by the Nair Service Society in 1947. Its history, ever since its inception has been a story of quick growth and steady expansion