- All Students must read the Notice Board every day.
- All College property must be handled with care.
- Silence must be maintained in the corridors during college hours. Anyone caught causing disturbance can have her Identity Card confiscated, which will be returned only on the payment of a fine of Rs. 50/-.
- Students must not leave the college premises during college hours or until their classes are over.
- Students are requested to keep the college premises neat and clean. Anyone caught littering the college premises or the garden can have her Identity Card confiscated, which will be returned only after the payment of a fine of Rs. 50/-.
- Visitors are not allowed within the college premises. Exceptional cases must be referred to the Principal.
- The Principal has the power to strike off the name of a student from the college rolls if she is irregular in attendance or is wanting in good conduct or is unfit for the course chosen by her.
- Parents are requested to confirm from the College Principal all information regarding excursions and tours on which their wards propose to go.
- Students must not remove furniture from the classrooms to sit in corridors. Anyone found sitting in the corridors will be fined.
- As per Ordinance XV-B of the University of Delhi, at the time of admission, every student will have to sign a declaration to the effect that she would submit to the disciplinary jurisdiction of College, the Vice-Chancellor and other authorities who might be vested with the power to excercise discipline under the Act, the Statutes and the Ordinances framed by the University.
- If a student is found guilty of misconduct/indiscipline as per the Ordinance, she, on the advice of the Principal to the Vice-Chancellor, may be expelled/rusticated for a stated period/debarred from the University for a stated period/fined with a sum of rupees that may be specified/debarred from taking the University Examination for one or more years or have the result of the examination in which she might have appeared cancelled.
- Under Ordinance XV-C ragging in any form is prohibited within the premises of the College, Departments of the Institution and any other part of the Delhi University System as well as on public transport. Any individual or collective act or practice of ragging constitutes gross indiscipline and shall be dealt with under this Ordinance
- Honours students are entitled to four library tickets and B.A. Programme students to two library tickets. Books from the General Section will be issued from 9:00 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. and from the Reserve Section from 12:00 noon to 3:45 p.m. Reserve Section Books must be returned before 10:15 a.m. on the due date. Books from the Reference-cum-Reserve Section can be issued for consultation any time during library hours.
- Each BA Programme and B Com. student may borrow 2 books at a time. Books from the Reserve Section will be issued against a student's Library Ticket No. 4 (TEXT) only. BA Honours students may borrow 4 books at a time. Library tickets are not transferable. Students using another student's tickets can be penalized.
- Books from the General Section will be issued for one week and from the Reserve Section for overnight only. All books borrowed from the Reserve Section must be returned before 10:15 a.m. on the due date.
- If a book issued from the Reference-cum-Reserve Section is not returned on the due date and time, the Reader's Ticket of the student will be detained for 4 days. If the book is late by two days the ticket will be detained for one week and so on and so forth.
- If any student is held responsible for tearing out pages from a book or magazine, strict action will be taken against her.
- Any book may be reserved for borrowing by the reader by filling in a Reservation Slip. The Reservation Slip can be taken from the circulation counter.
- A Student should show her Identity Card and give a Reader's Ticket to get a book issued.
- Library tickets are the property of the library and are to be returned at the time of clearance before taking the University Examination or at the time of leaving the college. Students who become members of other libraries through the College should also get a clearance certificate from these libraries before applying for a clearance certificate from the College.
- A member who has lost a book or magazine shall immediately make a written report of the same to the Librarian. In case the book is not found within a week the member shall replace the book or pay the current cost. In case the matter is not reported immediately, the student will be liable to pay fine for the delay in addition to the cost of the book.
- If a student has lost her library ticket/tickets, she will have to inform the Librarian immediately and fill up an application form in duplicate for re-issue of tickets. Tickets can be issued after recommendation by the Tutor of the student concerned. A fine of Rs. 10/- will be charged for each lost ticket.
- Computer Lab III, in the Library, has broadband connectivity so that books and journals from the holdings of a variety of British and American Universities are available on the internet to our students without having to register and pay for them. Details available in Computer Lab III.