• No student who has been convicted of any offence in a court of law will be allowed to continue his / her studies in the college.
  • Malpractice and Misbehavior will be dealt with severely.
  • Student should abstain from active participation in party or communal politics. Students who indulge in political propaganda or who organize fellow students in political factions on the premises of the college or hostel or who otherwise engage themselves in party politics are liable to be expelled from the college or hostel.
  • Principal / Hostel authorities have full power to inflict punishment such as fine, suspension and expulsion of students from the college for violation of disciplinary regulations and code of good behavior.


  • Students are forbidden to smoke within the college premises, to write or make any marks or to deface the walls with their foot prints on the walls or desks or to throw bits of papers or ink on the floors of the class rooms. Those who violate these rules shall be punished.
  • Jeans, T-Shirts and Short Shirts should not be worn inside the college.
  • Students are not allowed to stand about or walk along the verandas of the college during the class hours.
  • Strict silence should be observed inside the class rooms.
  • No student is allowed to enter or leave the class room without the permission of the staff concerned.
  • Requests, petitions, appeals and complaints of any kind have to be made in the first place to the Class Adviser or the Head of the Department concerned and not directly to the higher authorities.
  • If any damage is caused to the college property by any student / group of students, the cost of the same will be recovered with fine from the particular student / group of students, followed by disciplinary action.


An act to prohibit Ragging in educational institutions in the State of Tamilnadu Short Title, extent and commencement

  • This act may be called the Tamilnadu Prohibition of Ragging Act 1997.
  • It extends to the whole of the State of Tamilnadu.
  • It shall be deemed to have come into force on the nineteenth day of December 1996.


In this act unless the context otherwise requires, “Ragging” means display of noisy, disorderly conduct, doing any act which causes or is likely to cause physical or psychological harm or raise apprehension or fear or shame or embarrassment to a student in any educational institution and includes,

  • Teasing, abusing or practical jokes on, or causing hurt to such students; or
  • Asking the students to do any act or perform something which such student will not in the ordinary course willingly do.

Prohibition of Ragging:

Ragging within or outside any educational institution is prohibited.

Penalty for Ragging:

Whoever directly or indirectly commits, participates in, abets or propagates “Ragging” within or outside any educational institution, shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to two years and shall also be liable to a fine which may extend to ten thousand rupees and more.

Dismissal of Student:

Any student convicted of an offence under penalty for ragging shall also be dismissed from the educational institution and such student shall not be admitted in any other educational institution.

Suspension of Student:

Without prejudice to the foregoing provisions, whenever any student complains of ragging to the Head of the institution or to any other person responsible for the management of the educational institution, such Head of the educational institution or person responsible for the management of the educational institution shall enquire into the same immediately and if found true shall suspend the student who has committed the offence, from the educational institution.

The decision of the Head of the educational institution or the person responsible for the management of the educational institution that any student has indulged in ragging under sub - section (1) shall be final.


The following could be the possible punishments for those who are found guilty of participation in or abetment of ragging. The quantum of punishment shall naturally depend upon the nature and gravity of the offence as established by the disciplinary committee or the court of law.


There will be six working days / five working days in a week and Eight working hours a day from 9.00 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. with a lunch break between 12.15 p.m. and 1.15 p.m.


All Sundays and the Second & the Fourth Saturday of every month and holidays notified by the Government of Tamilnadu and the Trust are to be treated as holidays.


The M.P.Nachimuthu M.Jaganathan Educational Trust has created endowments to award prizes to the students for their outstanding performance in their university examinations.

Gold Medal and Cash Prizes are awarded from these endowments to the top ranking students. Cash Prizes of Rs. 1000/- and Rs. 500/- are awarded to those students of each year in each branch who secure first and second rank respectively in the University Examinations every year.

Thiru. K.P.Kandasamy the former Principal of M.P.Nachimuthu M.Jaganathan Polytechnic College has created an endowment for Rs. 25,000/- in the name of “Palaniappan - Amaravathi ” for awarding prizes to the best outgoing student, from the accrual of interest.

Cash awards are also given by the management to the faculty members who produce 90% results and above in the subject handled by them every year.


The following scholarships are awarded by the Government to deserving students.

  • BC Scholarship
  • MBC Scholarship
  • SC / ST Scholarship and Loan

Private Scholarships and Loans are also arranged by the students individually.


  • It is mandatory that all students write their examinations every semester/ Trimester during the regular examinations. Therefore all students have to apply for examinations without fail, pay examination fees, appear for exams unless barred or not allowed for insufficient attendance, etc.
  • Absenteeism is strictly not permitted unless on serious medical grounds or serious domestic exigency / eventuality of a tragic kind or any natural or such other calamity, etc. preventing students from taking their examinations.
  • The norms for attendance requirement:

    • Minimum attendance for eligibility to appear for examination 75%
    • Attendance that can be awarded based on recommendation of the Principal for participation in official Co - & Extra - Curricular activities, paper or project presentation etc. : upto 20% by Controller of Examinations.
    • Exceptional cases of hospitalisation, etc. duly verified by the Principal and recommended by the Controller of Examinations : 10% by the Vice -Chancellor.


Students must show constant progress in performance tests and model examinations conducted by the college periodically.


Must be consistently good


  • No candidate who is late by more than 30 minutes shall be permitted to write the examination.
  • No candidate shall be allowed to leave the examination hall before the expiry of 45 minutes after the commencement of examination and no candidate who leaves the examination hall during the period allotted for paper will be allowed to re-enter the hall within that period.
  • Candidates who are undoubtedly suffering from infectious diseases of any kind shall not be admitted to the examination hall.
  • Strict silence should be maintained in the examination hall.
  • Candidates are required to bring their own pens, pencils, eraser and ink. Candidates should use only blue or black ink while answering their papers.
  • Candidates are not allowed to exceed the prescribed time assigned to each paper.
  • They shall not talk / ask questions of any kind during the examination.
  • They shall not take any written or printed matter or any paper material into the examination hall and if found in possession of any such material in the examination hall during the examination hours they shall be liable for disciplinary action.
  • No candidates shall pass any part or whole of his answer papers to any other candidates, nor should he / she allow another candidates to copy from his / her answer script; nor copy from the answer script of another candidate. If found committing such malpractice, the involved candidates shall be liable for disciplinary action.
  • A candidate found guilty of using unfair means of any nature shall be liable for disciplinary action.
  • Candidate should produce the hall ticket on demand by the Invigilator / Chief Superintendent.
  • Candidate should abide by the other rules and regulations of examinations as and when prescribed by the University.


The Library has got an excellent collection of 23,225 volumes, 137 Indian Journals, Magazines and 64 International Journals. Computerized retrieval system is employed.

The Library is for the use of the staff and students of the college only. The Library is kept open from 8 a.m. to 8.00 p.m. on all working days and remains closed on holidays. DELNET & NPTL facilities are also available.

Library Rules:

  • Strict silence should be maintained in the library
  • Each student is permitted to take only one book at a time from the library on surrendering the library card issued to him / her.
  • Library cards should be safely kept. If they are lost, a fine of Rs. 25/- will be collected from the students. Duplicate cards will not be issued.
  • If the books are not returned on the due date, a fine of Re. 1/- per day will be levied.
  • Students should take care of the books without causing damage of any sort like folding or underlining with pen or pencil.
  • In case of loss of a book, the borrower will have to bear the responsibility for replacing the same with a good book or pay three times the printed cost.
  • Library books must be returned when students go on long vacation.
  • Magazines and journals after perusal must be kept in their respective places.
  • Lending of books shall be terminated at any time for contravening the above.


Students are issued laminated identity cards containing basic details along with blood group, date of birth, contact phone number and residential address. The Identity card is a valid document to check the bonafide of the students within and outside the college. It is to be brought to the college daily. No duplicate card will be issued in the event of loss or damage to it.


  • Mr.P.Joseph, M.Sc., M.Phil., (pursuing Ph.D.) Member
  • Dr.R.Kavidha, M.E., Ph.D. Member
  • Mr.K.N.Sivakumar M.E. Member
  • Mr.G.Arun, M.E. Member
  • Mr.T.Maheswaran, M.E. Member


  • Mr.P.Joseph, M.Sc., M.Phil., (pursuing Ph.D.)
  • Mr.K.B.Manikandan., M.E
  • Mr.G.Arun, M.E.
  • Mr.T.Maheswaran, M.E.