Code of Conduct

College Timings

Monday - Friday:

9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Saturday:

1st, 3rd and 5th : 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

2nd and 4th : 9:00 am to 1:00 pm

Attendance

  • 80% attendance is mandatory to be eligible for appearing for the university examination.
  • Sign in and sign out.
  • Leave Note.
  • NO half days will be granted.
  • Each theory and practical attendance will be maintained.

Dress Code

  • A Physiotherapist with Appropriate dress , Grooming and conduct enhances the Patient's confidence in the quality of their care.
  • Haircut , Hairy Style and Personal grooming need to be neat , Conservative and Inconspicuous. Grooming and style should be practical and allow once's duties to be performed without Embarrassment or Inconvenience.
  • Modest wear is appropriate on campus and in class.
  • Aprons are essential for all clinical assignments , any class that is held in clinical facility and in any class where patients are present . It is necessary that discipline is maintained in practical class, clinical facility as well as classrooms and corridors . Punctuality and regularity are encouraged.

Dress code for girls

  • Modest dress like Salwar Kameez , Chudidar , Tigts and Teans.
  • Decent footwear
  • Hair (beyond shoulder length) should be neatly Tied up during Patient care so as to avoid Cross infection from the patients.
  • Cut fingernails
  • Clean white apron length below hip level

Not allowed for girls

  • Skirts
  • Shorts (allowed only for models during practical)
  • Revealing deep tops / Spaghetti straps.
  • Finger rings, heavy, expensive jewellery Stilettos, fancy footwear, Slippers

Dress code for boys

  • Plain T shirt with collar
  • Decent Footwear/Sports Shoes.
  • Fingernails cut
  • Clean White Apron , length below hip level

Not allowed for boys

  • Jeans
  • Chappals / Slippers
  • Shorts ( Allowed only for modal during practicals )
  • Ear Rings, Torn trousers touching the floor
  • Pony Tails