Students are expected to show respect for teacher/ instructor and fellow students. They are expected to observe discipline in the class. Teaching is organized in semester. Each semester comprises of a number of course as outlined in relevant regulation for the program me.
Degree courses comprises of 20 hours of class room teaching per week. Students are expected to put in equal number of self- study hours.
Students are expected to attend all classes. The College begins at 10.00 a.m. and closes at 4.00 p.m. with a lunch break for 1 hour between 1.00 and 2.00 p.m from Monday to Friday and 9.30 am to 1.30 pm on Saturdays. At the first bell, students should go to their respective classes. No student should leave the class room during a lecture without the permission of the teacher.
Students must not miss-use electronic gadgets like laptop, cell phones, pagers walkmans, Discmans; iPods etc. within the college premises. Students should not resort to any unlawful activity that will disrupt the peaceful academic atmosphere within campus. Severe action will be taken against those who indulge in such unlawful activities.
No student shall send any information concerning the college for publication either to the press or elsewhere without prior approval of the Principal of the college, nor shall he/she approach the any other authorities except through the college Principal. Any breach of this rule may lead to outright expulsion of the student.
All students must be in possession of their identity cards. Any loss should be promptly reported to the Administrative officer or the person designated for the purpose. The cards must not be mutilated, defaced or rendered ineffective for identification. The card must be returned at the termination of course/ withdrawal from the institute. Physical violence/ use of foul language/ indecent dressing/ improper mannerism/ behavior are unacceptable and may attract censure/ penalty.
For any complaints/ suggestions the students are requested to come through your Class Teachers or record it at the reception.
For problems related to administration/ accounts students may contact Administrative Officer/ Account officer of the center or the person designated for the purpose.
Attendance in regular and special classes determines the eligibility for placement support to a student by the institute. To be eligible to appear at semester end examinations a student shall have at least eighty percent attendance in aggregate in all the courses in the concerned semester; and at least seventy percent attendance in each course. Failing this the student shall have to pay the fine. Students must produce leave letter for their absence with the signature of the parent / guardian.
A relaxation of ten percent (overall and in each course) may be considered on grounds of ill health. In such cases the candidate shall have to undertake make-up assignments as decided by the Academic Head. Attendance in each course shall have a ten percent weight age in evaluation.
Purpose of evaluation in CAVALIER ANIMATION is to motivate students provide feedback on learning and stimulus for ensuring minimum academic standards and over all development of the individual. Evaluation of a student comprises of three components-
Internal assessment shall comprise of components for continuous evaluation which may typically include Month & week tests and assignments. Details of evaluation are available in relevant regulations of the concerned programme. Evaluation components shall be arranged in such a manner that the students can get feedback on their performance at regular intervals.