S K Somaiya Degree College Of Arts, Science And Commerce
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Character Building

The College has able and qualified staff who are building up a fine fibre of character in the students committed to its core to help them in later life. The institution expects observance of good conduct on the part of students. In this endeavour it needs and, therefore hopes to receive advice, co-operation and assistance from parents. They have to be watchful over their children to ensure that they attend college regularly, abide by rules and regulations and devote themselves to studies, cultural activities and to sports. They can consult the Principal and the teachers for any guidance they may need on this behalf.

In order to enable a student to dedicate himself in a spirit of thankfulness of the manifold gifts that God has showered on him and others, the College has arranged weekly Gita and Ethics classes in order to develop character and self confidence. A student of the college has to attend any one of Gita or Ethics class and for daily morning prayers which are of non denominational character.

A Student attired in any dress or with a hair style which is considered to be not in harmony with the environment, is not allowed to enter the premises or remain on the campus unless such student changes his/her dress and style so as to confirm to the standards accepted by the Institution. The opinion of the Principal as regards proper dress code and hairstyle shall be final and binding.

It has also been observed that often the quiet academic atmosphere is disturbed by irrational playing of instruments. Therefore, no Radio, Transistor, Tape Recorder or Musical instruments is permitted on the campus except with previous written permission of the Principal. Any student in possession of these instruments is liable to disciplinary action.

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