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Disciplinary Rules & Regulations

It is essential that discipline must be maintained, both inside and outside the premises as the students represent their institution.


  • CA/ACCA/FD being a professional and intensive study course requires regular and long hours of daily study. Students are therefore advised to put in their best efforts and adopt a serious attitude towards their studies.
  • Students are advised to be punctual in attending classes.
  • ARTT being a co-educational institution demands a decent conduct from its students. They have to show their best demeanor both inside as well as outside the classroom. Unbecoming conduct on the. part of any student will make him/her liable to disciplinary action and/or expulsion from the school.
  • Students are not allowed to stand or loiter in the corridors during their free hours.
  • Students are not allowed to record/tape any lectures in the class.
  • All students are required to observe normal, acceptable and presentable dress code meeting the socio-cultural norms of our society. Students should avoid wearing non-professional and informal casual dresses.
  • Students must carry their school identity cards during school timings.
  • No meetings/ collection of money for any purpose will be held in the school premises without the prior permission of the Principal.
  • Classroom/ library chairs are not to be removed from the classroom/ library
  • Students are required to observe proper decorum and discipline throughout their stay in accordance with the prevalent code of conduct
  • Smoking is strictly prohibited


  • Documents to be submitted


    Fees Adjustment & Refund Policy



    Note: The fee shall be frozen only in case of payment of more than 50% of the total fee.


    Declaration

    I hereby declare that the particulars given above are true and correct & that I shall abide by the disciplinary rules and regulations.




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