Rules and Regulations

General Discipline

The college strictly enforces its rules of discipline and non-adherence to these rules makes the students liable to disciplinary action which may range from 'warning' to 'rustication'.

The rules of discipline of the college include the following :

  • Students must attend lectures, moot court etc. as per the time table.
  • No student shall do anything which will disrupt teaching, curricular or extra curricular activities, examination, administrative work etc.
  • No student is allowed to indulge in political activities in the college premises.
  • No society or association shall be formed in the college without the prior permission of the Principal.
  • No student shall display any notice/circular/poster/banner in the college premises without the prior permission of the Principal.
  • All types of protest demonstrations, processions, shouting etc. are prohibited within the college premises.
  • All meetings, cultural programs, debates, etc. organized in the college premises must be conducted in the presence of faculty members and with prior permission of the Principal.
  • Outsiders are not permitted in the college premises without the prior permission of the Principal.
  • Smoking and use of alcoholic substances, drugs, pan masala etc. are strictly prohibited in the college premises.
  • Students shall not use mobile phones in the college premises.
  • Students shall not loiter on the college premises during class hours.
  • Strict action will be taken against students involved in malpractices at University/college examinations.
  • Students shall not do anything that will tarnish the image of the college while they are inside or outside the college campus.
  • Ragging in any form is strictly prohibited. Any student found indulging in it would be guilty of gross indiscipline and strict legal measures will be taken against him/her.
  • Strict action will be taken against the student damaging college property and such students will have to compensate the damage caused.
  • The dress code prescribed by the college shall be followed by all students.
  • All directions issued by the authorities for the smooth functioning of the college have to be complied with by all students.

Library Rules

  • The library will function from 9 a.m to 5 p.m on all working days.
  • Strict silence and discipline must be observed in the library.
  • Books, journals and equipments in the library shall not be damaged in any manner.
  • Reference books will not be lent out to students.


3rd Navomy Ann Thomas Endowment Lecture, 2018 will be delivered by Prof. (Dr.) S. SIVAKUMAR, Professor, Indian Law Institute, New Delhi, Former Member, Law Commission of India, Vice-President, Commonwelth Legal Education Association (CLEA), President,CLEA (South Asia) on 3-12-2018 at 11.00 am.

CLEA India Round Mooting, 2019 The Commonwealth Legal Education Association (South Asia) announces India Round Moot competition to select Indian team to represent India in CLEA Moot 2019 to be held at Zambia in April 2019. The national round competition will take place on 12th & 13th January, 2019 at CSI College for Legal Studies, Kanakkary, Kottayam, Kerala. CLEA Moot is a biannual Commonwealth Moot open to representatives from regions of the Commonwealth (for this purpose - North America, United Kingdom, Caribbean, South Asia (India), Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, South East Asia, South, West and East Africa, Australasia and the Pacific) wherein the teams compete for Commonwealth Shield. CLEA India Round Mooting, 2019 is open for all Law schools and law colleges in the country. No institute shall send more than one team. Registration fee: Rs 3500/- Moot problem, mooting Rules, Important dates etc. will be released shortly. For further details, please contact: Dr. George Joseph : Organising Secretary- CLEA India Round Mooting, 2019 ( or Dr Lisa P Lukose: Mooting Coordinator- CLEA India Round Mooting, 2019 (