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

  • 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