The Department provides non academic services such as student welfare matters, career guidance and counseling, recreation, sporting activities and students disciplinary matters. It is also the responsibility of the department to regulate and control students union activities for the purpose of safeguarding national security, public order and public morality.
GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING SERVICES
The Guidance and Counseling Unit in the Student affairs Department offers a wide range of counseling psychological services aimed at helping students and staff to acquire and developed. The following services are available:
- Academic/Educational counseling
- Career counseling/information
- Personal /social counseling
- Crisis intervention including:
- Feeling of isolation and depression
- Lack of concentration and interest
- Anxiety about examinations
- Relaxation/shyness problem
- Ineffective study habit
- Victimization and intimidation problems
- Sexual harassment
- Indigent student part time work
- Referral services and so on
The Guidance and Counseling Officers are available for consultation from 8am to 4pm daily (Monday-Friday)
Students’ dressing should reflect a high sense of morality and decency and show respect for the sensibilities of the community. Therefore, the following types of dressings and physical appearances are prohibited on the college campus:
- Short and skimpy dresses e.g. Body-hugs, show me your chest/back/stomach, spagatti wears and dresses exposing sensitive parts.
- Tight shorts and skirts that are above the knees (except for sporting purposes.
- Transparent and see-though dresses.
- Tight fittings e.g. Jeans, shirts, Hipstar , Patra, Lactra,Cross-no-Gutter, Mini –Micro and others that reveal the contour of the body.
- Tattered jeans with holes or patches
- Underclothing, such as singlet worn publicly.
- Unkempt and haggard appearance, including bushy hair and rough beards.
- Dresses that make it impossible to wear laboratory coat during practical or participate actively in practical
- Long and tight skirts with long slits that reveal sensitive parts
- Wearing of T-shirt with offensive captions
- Shirt without buttons or not properly buttoned leaving the wearer bare-chested.
- Wearing of ear rings by male students
- Weaving or Plating of hair by male students
- Wearing of coloured eye glasses except on medical grounds in the classroom or lecture halls/libraries/offices.
- Wearing of coverings that obscure the face and hands which make the identity of a person difficult or impossible to fathom.
RECREATION AND SPORTS
It is the interest of the college to ensure moral and physical development of the students through adequate sporting activities. In this regard, a variety of recreation and sporting facilities are available in the college.
CULTISM IN THE COLLEGE IS STRICTLY FORBIDDEN. STUDENTS OF ANY ORGANIZATION FOUND PRACTISING ACTIVITIES DETERMINED TO RESEMBLE THOSE PRACTISED BY CULTISTS WILL BE EXPELLED FROM THE COLLEGE.
Demonstration is a way of expressing people’s opinion on issues found to be detrimental to their welfare course of existing. Although peaceful demonstration properly organized could be permitted, but the College authority must be informed 48 hours before any demonstration takes place.
The following rules must be obeyed vis-à-vis student demonstration.
- Demonstration carried outside the College will not attract sympathy of the College in the event of clashes with law enforcement agencies. If the demonstrating students are arrested by the Police they may suffer disciplinary action in addition.
- Demonstrating students must not endanger the life of any person, properties should not be destroyed or damaged.
- Any violent demonstration culminating in molesting persons or damaging property will attract severe disciplinary action against those responsible.
- Forcing others to join a demonstration is strictly prohibited.
- Demonstrating students must not impede or restrain the free movement of persons on campus.
- If during students demonstration there is conflict between the law enforcement agencies and the demonstrating students, College cannot offer any protection to the students involved.
- Demonstrating students must not deny the use of offices, classrooms or other facilities to the staff or students.