BSOLS Student Rules

Medium of Communication

  • In order to boost up oral communication skills in English all conversations between teachers and students inside the campus shall be in English language only. Use of other languages should be an exception.

Dress Code

  • Boys: On working days, boys should wear plain white half sleeve formal shirt with formal black pants, black belt and formal black shoe and black socks. On ceremonial occasions boys should wear white formal full sleeve shirt with formal black pants, black blazer, black shoe with black socks.

    Girls: On Working days, girls should wear plain white formal shirt with three fourth sleeve and formal black pants and sleeveless waist coat (12 cm from waistline) with executive black shoes only. Hair should be neatly combed and tied up. On ceremonial occasions girls should wear plain white formal full sleeve shirt with black pants, formal black blazer and executive black shoes.

    Disciplinary action will be taken against students who are not in full uniform along with the exhibited ID card.

  • Boys are expected to keep their hair short and girls are expected to tie up their hair and come in a manner appropriate for the academic environment.

  • Students who violate the rule shall be identified during the zero hour from 09.30 AM to 9.40 AM and shall not be allowed to attend the class for the rest of the day.

  • In case of any bodily injury, students shall be entitled for relaxation in wearing uniforms with the written permission of the Principal.

  • Students who have lost their ID cards should carry a Temporary ID card which shall be issued from BSOLS Office on the payment of the cost.

  • Students attending events during holidays shall be in full uniform.

  • Students are expected to be in uniform on special day such as Coffee with the Master, Guest Lectures, Legal Aid Clinic days, etc.

  • Students who are not in proper uniform shall not be allowed to enter class/campus (as the case may be).


  • Time of arrival – All students shall be inside the classroom by 09.25 AM.

  • A student having a genuine reason may be considered by the class teacher for entry into the classroom up to 09.40 AM after which no student is allowed to enter for the 1st hour.

  • The gate shall be closed at 10.00 AM every day. The entry of student’s vehicles in the campus after 10 am will not be allowed. Students who arrive between 10.00 am to 10.30 am attending the second hour shall be admitted inside campus subject to permission being given from the Reception (Ph. No:9207748070). Once the student is allowed to enter, he/she should meet the aforesaid staff member and get permission in writing which should be submitted to the class teacher during the first break. Class teacher shall review the reason for late entry of the student. In the event of more than three late entries, the matter will have to be reported to the Programme Co-ordinators.

  • The gate shall be kept open during all intervals. No permission for entry shall be granted after the interval.

  • Out pass shall be issued by the concerned class teacher. Only three out passes shall be issued in a semester without the consent of the Programme Co-ordinator.

  • Students are normally permitted to remain in the campus only till 5.00 p.m.

  • Sports: Students are allowed to play in the ground upto 4.30 pm and gymnasium also upto 4.30 pm

Academic Rules

  • Oral Presentation shall be compulsory for all assignments.

  • Assignments shall be submitted on the due date prescribed for submission by the subject teacher. Late submission of the assignments will not be allowed.

  • Students shall strictly adhere to submission dates prescribed for their assignments in each subject, irrespective of intervening exams or other academic activities.

  • Students should be present on time for all their internal examinations. Students shall not be permitted to enter the exam hall after 10 minutes of the commencement of the examination.

  • Students creating disturbance of any kind within the examination hall or attempting to engage in malpractices or exhibiting unruly conduct shall have their examination cancelled for that subject and shall be subjected to disciplinary proceedings, wherever found appropriate.

  • Student are not allowed to carry their mobile phones and strictly prohibited inside the examination hall.

    1. There shall be only two internal examinations in a semester. If a student scores 40% and more marks in each test paper best of the two internal test unit be considered for calculation of internal marks. Below 40% of marks, in any of the test papers, average of the two tests unit be takes as internal marks.

    In case any student could not appear in any of the two tests or fails to score 40% marks in any of the tests, an additional test paper will be conducted.


  • Attendance shall be available in the web portal ( for verification. It is the duty of the student to check the portal for their attendance status daily.

    Any grivance or claim in respect of marked attendance should be submitted within 3 working days from the date of absent to the concerned teacher.

    In case of any claim regarding attendance under University Regulations should be submitted before the last day of the month.

  • Late submission of any of the attendance grivances or claim will not be considered.

Class Room Rules

  • Respect to teachers – Students violating the decorum of the class or disrespecting/obstructing the teacher from exercising his/her duty shall be asked to leave the class. Such conduct shall be reported to the Programme Co-ordinator/Principal and the students shall be suspended from class for one day.

  • Use of mobile phones inside the class rooms are not allowed. They shall hand it over at the reception counter or keep it in their bags in silent mode. They can take back phone only when leave the campus.

  • Penalty for using mobile phones –Bringing and using mobile phone during class hours shall be followed by suspension of the student for 2 days. On the expiry of the suspension period, parents should be present to take back the phone and the concerned student shall furnish an undertaking (countersigned by the parent) to the effect that such violations will not be repeated.

  • Students should maintain decorum while attending the class and follow class timings strictly.

  • Students should request their parents to convey urgent messages, if any, to the BSOLS office for communication to the students.

  • Students are not permitted entry into other classrooms.

  • The notices shall be read in class and will be put on the general notice board. Short notice intimations to students shall be communicated by the class teachers through the class representatives.

External Competitions

  • Students attending external events/competitions may be provided with attendance for the respective days provided they have sought the prior permission in writing from the principal through the teacher incharge to attend the event and have to produce the certificate of participation along with prescribed form for attendance claims.

  • If students wish to attend out of state competitions/events they should produce the consent letter of their parents to that effect, in writing.

Club Activities

  • All club activities will be held after 3.30 p.m.

  • Sports and Arts Day shall be held in the month of August-September subject to the academic schedule of the university and the Law School.

Smoking and use of alcohol or narcotic substances

  • If a student is found smoking within the campus or under the influence of alcohol or any other narcotic/psychotropic substances, the student shall be placed under suspension for 5 working days and same shall be intimated to the parents.

  • For a second violation, the student shall be dismissed from the college.

  • Students are prohibited from bringing to the campus explosives, alcohol, drugs, cigarettes, weapons or any other material, that is capable of causing injury to others or damage to property. Students found violating this rule shall be subject to dismissal from college and the incident shall be intimated to the police.

  • Any musical instrument/speakers shall not bring inside the college campus without the prior permission of the authorities.


  • For any concern relating to a student/students, the hierarchy to be followed for reporting the matter shall be as follows – Class Teacher to Programme Co-ordinator to Principal; and Principal to Director. This has to be strictly followed.

  • Loitering, whistling, howling in corridors etc. are strictly banned.

  • Students are expected to maintain discipline and appropriate etiquette at all times.

  • Students are not permitted to gather and sit in common areas meant for visitors, conference room or in the front area of the Law School building.

  • Students are not allowed to bring visitors to campus without the prior approval from the concerned authorities.

  • Students are not permitted to hold celebrations inside the campus without the express permission of the college authorities. Permissions are to be sought in writing, five working days prior to the date of the event.

  • Classrooms shall not be used for personal celebrations such as birthday or special day, cake cutting etc.

  • Students are not permitted to visit the canteen and Juice centre during class hours.

  • Students shall not use the services of the Law School to send or store obscene, defamatory, indecent or otherwise unlawful content.

  • Student’s vehicles are allowed only up to the designated parking area. Entry of vehicles beyond that point is strictly prohibited.

  • Students found destroying or defacing furniture will be asked to replace such items or be fined for the same.

  • Tours shall be permitted only after 7th semester. All the prescribed rules and norms of the College as well as Govt. authorities such as Police, motor vehicle Dept. etc. should be strictly followed.

  • Crackers or other explosives should not be used on campus. Students violating this rule shall be subject to suspension from the college.

  • In the event of violation of any of the rules laid down here in, the student concerned shall be liable to submit an explanation to the Class Teacher in writing. If the explanation offered is found to be unsatisfactory, disciplinary action against the student concerned shall follow.

  • Students should wear ID card inside the campus and no student will be allowed in the campus without proper uniform.

  • In the midst of the course, if any student discontinued the studies and taking T.C shall have to pay fees of the whole Academic year.

  • Students are prohibited from conducting or engaging in any sort of political activities within the Law School premises. Students are not permitted to set up political units in the campus or organize or attend any such meetings inside the Law School premises.

  • Indulging in ragging and sexual harassment will lead to disciplinary proceedings including expulsion from the institution and criminal prosecution as per law.

  • Students shall not hold any agitations, demonstrations, dharnas etc. inside the campus so that no obstruction/disturbance is caused to the smooth functioning of the Law School and conduct of classes. Students shall not disrupt ongoing classes. Any student on strike who disrupts the activity afore stated is liable to be removed by the police on complaint made by the Principal or Head of Department. This is of course in addition to the entitlement of the Law School authorities to initiate disciplinary proceedings against the erring student who disrupted the academic activity.(Ref: See judgment of the Hon’ble High Court of Kerala in Leo Lukose V. CUSAT and others in WP (C) No.33335 of 2015.)