The Students Affairs Office is concerned with Students welfare generally. Its function is to counsel, direct and guide students in their activities.
Students could receive assistance and advice from the Students Affairs Office on different kinds of individual matters ranging from counseling, and personal problems, career information, orientation, scholarship, health, etc.
The activities of the Students Union and all other students clubs and societies are co-ordinated through the office. In a nutshell, the Students Affairs Office serves as the buffer between the students and the authorities.
The School provides hostel accommodation for both male and female students. As the hostel accommodation may not be sufficient, the basis of allocation for those who may apply for this facility shall be first come first served or by ballot. The Warden’s Office is in charge of allocation and hostel administration.
The School does not run off-campus residence but a student is allowed to live off-campus when accommodation is not provided in the school hostel.
Students should take note that School fees payment must be made before applying for accomodation and request is made through their profiles in the Student portal.
Every student is expected to conduct himself/herself as a responsible citizen in accordance with the School regulations. It is the responsibility of the Rector to ensure that law and order is maintained within the premises of the School. It shall be lawful for the Rector to take any action at any time as he may deem necessary or expedient to maintain peace, protect property, promote and protect the safety and welfare of the students and staff of the School.
2019/20 Matriculation Ceremony
End of SIWES
End of SIWES Programme for NDII
ND II Resumption
ND II Resumption Date & Beginning of Lectures
Revision Week for all non-NDII Students