MCKV Institute of Engineering

NAAC Accredited "A" Grade Autonomous Institute under UGC Act, 1956 Approved by AICTE and Affiliated to MAKAUT, WB

Attendance policy

This is to bring to your kind notice before the start of the even semester that kindly look after and ensure that your ward attends the classes regularly in the College and extract the best out of the Teaching-Learning process which needs a hand-in-glove relationship with the teachers in the Institute and the Guardians at home.

We are certain that you will kindly admit that in a Professional Courses tike B.Tech. MCA and M.Tech etc. gaining knowledge is very important to secure a position in campus recruitment drive for furtherance of his/her career.

It has been painfully noted that in general, that the students are not attending classes regularly and the Institute need your kind intervention in this matter. We not only wish to make them a good engineer, but we wish to make them good citizen of the country also. We are also confident that during his/her services in future in the target industries/sectors the punctuality and delivery of the result would be the yardstick for progress, would it not be better for them to adapt to these qualities during the early College period?

Last but not the least, we are to reiterate that as per the rule of the Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology (erstwhile West Bengal University of Technology), the eligibility for appearing before the semester examination conducted by the University is securing minimum 75% attendance in each Theoretical and Practical classes held as per the Routine of that semester, as per clause 4.1, Chapter II of the First Regulation and Rules of West Bengal University of Technology 2002. Furthermore. as per the verdict of Hon'ble High Court of Calcutta, the Hon'ble Vice Chancellor of the University cannot condone even 1.0% shortage of attendance from the stipulated minimum benchmark for any professional courses offered by or affiliated with the concerned University.

We are constrained to state that from the next even semester and onwards we are left with no option other than to comply with. Though, we would like not to do harm to their career, but we are sure that you will be at one with us that these steps are necessary for the good future of your ward only.

We hope that you will come forward to look after this matter seriously and not take it as a statutory warning.

Wishing all of you Merry Christmas and a Happy, Prosperous, Eventful, and above all a Peaceful New Year 2018!

Notice and appeal to the Parents, Guardians and Students