Only Indian Male students (Maximum
age 21 years) and Valid Jexpo Rank students are admitted through Entrance Test conducted by Institute.
Total session fee for each year
is Rs.36,000*, payable in two instalments, at the beginning of
each semester as follows:
Semester Tuition Fee Rs. 15,000
Semester Development Fee Rs. 3,000
Total Semester Fees Rs. 18,000
Fees are accepted between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. in cash department
on all working days except otherwise notified. Payment should
be made by Demand Draft drawn in favour of “Ramakrishna
Mission Shilpamandira” payable at Belur Math at the office
against a receipt in the Fee Book. No other form of payment is
Defaulters are charged a fine of Rs.10 per day and are not entitled
for attendance during the period of default.
A one-time Caution Deposit of Rs. 2,000
is payable at the time of Admission in the Institute. Caution
deposit is refunded after deducting amount due for wear and tear,
loss, breakage and other forms of damage. No refund will be granted,
if not claimed within three years of leaving the Institution.
Other fees are in no case refunded.
The institution does not guarantee scholarship
to any student. However, a limited number of merit-cum-means scholarships
and prizes are awarded to students each year.
Students on joining the Institution have
to spend approx. Rs. 1,000 to buy Drawing board, T-square, Drawing
instruments, text books and other necessary articles. For the
second and third year classes each student will have to spend
a further sum of approx. Rs. 2,000 each semester on text books
and equipments. Further they will have to undertake educational
tours and/or attend survey camp at their own expenses.
A Multipurpose identity card will be issued
by the institution which should be produced on demand. Loss of
the Multipurpose card must be immediately reported to the Office
and a duplicate card obtained on payment of Rs. 100.
STUDENT HEALTH SERVICE
There are arrangements to cater to student’s
100% attendance is obligatory in all classes
and co-curricular activities. Diploma certificates will be issued
only to students having at least 80% attendance. Irregularity
in attendance will be communicated to the parents. Students found
to be unsuitable due to uninformed continued absence are liable
to be removed from the Institution.
WORKSHOP AND LABORATORIES
i) Students are not allowed to enter a Workshop
or Laboratory in loose garments or without shoes.
ii) Students are advised to act up to the instructions given in
the laboratories and workshops from time to time.
iii) The institution does not take any responsibility for any
accident, loss or damage sustained by a student in course of his
& CONTINUOUS INTERNAL ASSESSMENT
To monitor the extent of comprehension of
students, continuous internal assessment will be conducted. Attendance
at all tests held by the Institution is compulsory. Students must
abstain from adopting any unfair means in the examination.
Re-exam will be conducted for students failing in any subject.
However, such students may not be considered for campus placement.
The following are some of the important
rules of institution.
i) The students must attend the prayers
punctually and take seat in their respective classes before the
class bell rings.
ii) When a Lecturer/Instructor is
absent or unable to take his classes students must maintain strict
order among themselves so as not disturb other classes. They are
not to leave the classroom without ascertaining alternative arrangements
iii) In case of sickness, the guardian
of the student concerned is required to report to the Principal
immediately. All leave must have previous sanction of the Principal.
Students absenting themselves from classes without permission
will be subject to disciplinary action.
iv) Students must in their deeds
and words show regard to their Alma Mater, teachers and superiors.
v) Ragging is strictly prohibited.
vi) Misuse of Railway concession
is punishable by fine.
vii) Use of mobile is prohibited
in the classrooms, workshops, labs and examination halls.
The above rules or any other rules as may be framed from time
to time by Institution should be strictly adhered to. Non-compliance
could result in disciplinary measures ranging from fine, suspension,
to expulsion from the Institution.
The authorities reserve the right to alter the rules and regulations
at any time as they deem fit and this will be binding on all concerned.
* Subject to Change