1. Teachers shall record daily attendance of all students. The cumulative attendance during the Semester shall determine the eligibility of the student to appear for the Semester-end examination. A statement of cumulative attendance shall be prepared paper-/course-wise and shall be displayed on the Notice Board at the end of the second month of teaching, and thereafter at the end of teaching during the semester.
2. Attendance in at least 75% of the lectures delivered in each paper, including the qualifying paper/s and appearance for at least two out of three periodical tests/assignments is compulsory, failing which the student shall not be allowed to appear for the semester-end examination for the paper/s. In this case, the consolidated statement of marks will carry the remark “Not Eligible” against the said paper. Such student shall have to seek re-registration to the paper during the subsequent Academic Year / Semester by paying the requisite fees.
3. Absence on medical grounds shall be offset against the 25% concession in attendance already granted. However, if absence on medical grounds exceeds 25%, the student may submit a Medical Certificate and request for condonation of shortfall in attendance on medical grounds. The Eligibility Committee shall examine such absence on a case-to-case basis.
4. A student representing the Institution / State / Country in extra-curricular or co-curricular activities may submit an application to the Director, through the Programme Coordinator, seeking leave of absence. If approved, such absence shall be treated as “on duty” and the student concerned shall be granted attendance during the period of absence. However, absence on account of such co-curricular or extra-curricular activities should be supported by documentary evidence issued by the appropriate authority.
5. Students who are inducted as members of the core organizing teams/committees for organization of institutional events such as Placements, Economics Conclave, Annual Convocation, Seminars/Workshops, etc. shall be eligible for relaxation in the requirement of attendance up to maximum 5 lectures per paper per semester. However, the list of such students shall be duly certified by first by the faculty coordinator for such institutional events, and thereafter by the Programme Coordinator.
6. A student who has any grievance about the attendance record may represent to the Director, in writing, within a day from the date of display of the eligibility list. The Director shall verify the accuracy of attendance records and shall dispose of the complaint within a period of three days. The decision of the Director in such cases shall be final and binding upon the student.