Raja Birendra Chandra College

Estd : 1965
(Affiliated to the University of Kalyani)
Recognized under section 2(f) & 12(B) of the UGC Act 1996



A minimum of 75% attendance is compulsory for the students in order to appear for the University examinations.

Students must be punctual and regular

Students must maintain decorum and discipline within the college premises

Use of mobile phones is strictly prohibited during class hours

Students should not damage college property or the garden in any way

Indulging ragging, anti-institutional, anti-national, antisocial, communal, immoral or political expressions and activities within the campus is strictly prohibited

Any proven or attempt of theft within the college is a punishable offence

Students should always carry their ID Cards with them.

Smoking, chewing and spitting tobacco products or pan masala, consumption of alcohol or narcotic drugs is strictly prohibited inside the college premises.

Every student is expected to maintain the general cleanliness within the classrooms, laboratories and the campus in general. Use college resources including library books with care.

Students should follow notices circulated on College notice board and website regularly.


Teachers should work wholeheartedly towards realizing the vision and mission of the college and help in the holistic growth of the students

Teachers are expected to adhere to the Service Rules of the College and the Department of Education

Teachers should encourage students in pursuit of studies and guide them in using library and online resources

Teachers are expected to take part in extracurricular activities and in the various programs organized by the college.

Every teacher has to perform some administrative tasks as and when allocated by the College authority.

All teachers should behave with professional courtesy towards colleagues and college authority

Teachers should not discriminate against anyone on the basis of caste, gender, religion etc

Teachers are expected to mentor the students even outside college hours

All teachers are expected to behave in a manner which will be a credit to the institution


Non teaching staff should be regular and punctual.

They must strictly adhere to the leave policy of the college

They should maintain the integrity of the college and avoid damage to college property

They should behave with proper decorum and maintain the sanctity of the workplace

Smoking, chewing tobacco etc are strictly prohibited

All non teaching staff should be familiar with fire safety regulations.

Non teaching staff should not distinguish against anyone on any basis.

All non teaching staff are expected to carry out allotted duties during college admission, college examination etc.

Every non-teaching staff should assist the teachers and actively participate in Sports, Cultural Activities, Socially Relevant programs, Excursions etc. in order to ensure overall development of the students.