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  1. General
  2. a. Discipline

Discipline is the backbone of a good personality and is the corner stone of a strong character. The discipline and training enriches the knowledge and also shapes the personality of a student to become a responsible citizen.

Every student is bound to follow the rules of WAHE as detailed below and shall maintain strict discipline in the campus, clinical areas, project work areas, affiliated institutions for practice and transport facilities provided by the institution etc.

  1. Organizing or attending any unauthorized meetings in the institution or campus.
  2. Collecting any money for any purpose
  1. Taking part in anti-social and subversive activities.
  1. b. Working hours

Class: Regular classes in WAHE will commence from 9.00 am and will end at 5.00 pm with seven periods of each one hour duration and a lunch interval between 1.00 to 2.00 pm. The class timings will change according to the clinical duty and it will be planned by the curriculum committee before commencement of every academic year. Students are bound to follow the same.

Clinical: Usual clinical hours are from 8am to 5 pm. However changes will be there depending upon the area of posting

Office: The WAHE office will be functioning on working days including Saturdays except on public holidays and announced holidays from 9.00 am to 5.30 pm.

  1. c. Attendance and leave rules
  1. All students are expected to be punctual in all theory, practical, project and the clinical classes.
  1. As per University regulations every student shall put in a minimum of 80% attendance in individual subjects (Theory and Practical/Clinical experience separately) to become eligible for the University examination. However 100% attendance in clinical area is required for awarding degree by the University.
  1. Attendance will be taken in all classes at the beginning of each period/session.
  1. Absence without intimation (both in clinical and classes) will be considered as unauthorized absence and  not  compensated for combating attendance shortage
  1. Absence due to genuine reasons and with permission will be considered for compensating shortage of attendance / condonation. However condonation is granted only once during the course period and up to the discretion of the Principal.
  1. Attendance for each student will be evaluated at the end of every month/session and will be indicated in the progress report and on the notice board.
  1. Leave application in the prescribed form (attached) shall be submitted in advance for anticipatory reasons to the Principal through the class coordinator with signature of parents before availing leave and immediately after leave for emergency reasons. Leave in case of emergency shall be intimated before the commencement of classes to the class coordinator /HOD/Principal through fax/ email/SMS by parent or authorized guardian
  1. A student absenting himself/herself from the Institution for more than 10 consecutive working days without satisfactory leave application is liable to be removed from the rolls. However students are absenting with permission for a genuine reason for more than sixty days have to seek permission for readmission from University.
  1. d. Dress code
  1. All students are expected to be decently and modestly dressed in classes.
  2. The dress code for students specifies  churidhar kurta (with dupatta) for girls and trousers tucked in and shoes for boys. Girls should put up their hair neatly and boys shall be clean shaved.
  3. The uniform color prescribed for the institution is compulsory.





Course Class room Clinicals 

M.Sc. Nursing

Acquamarine top with chikku colour duppata and bottom with lab coat(girls) Biscut colour tunic coat(girls)
  Acquamarine shirt, chikku colour pants with lab coat( boys) Biscut colour tunic coat(boys)


B.Sc. Nursing Purple striped churidhar tops  with purple color duppatta and bottom with lab coat (girls)


Navy blue colour tunic coat  (girls)
  Purple stripped shirt with purple colour pant with lab coat (boys)


Navy blue color tunic coat (boys)


Post Basic B.Sc. Nursing Grey colour duppatta and bottom with pink colour top and lab coat(girls) Happy blue colour tunic coat(girls)


  1. e. Identity cards

Each student of the college is expected to possess an identity card with his /her recent photograph affixed in it, and attested by the Principal. Students are expected to wear/carry the ID card always in the academy and other duty places.

Loss/ damage of ID card should be intimated to respective class coordinators and a request to be placed at college office (forwarded by Principal) along withpayment of stipulated charges for ID card.  Students without ID card will not be permitted to attend classes and clinical. Care should be taken to preserve the ID card issued.

Apart from the institutional ID card, the University will issue an ID card on registration of the student and it has to be preserved till receiving degree certificate from University.Degree certificate will be issued only when it is surrendered in the University. Loss/ damage of ID card should be intimated to respective class coordinators and a request to be placed at University (forwarded by Principal) along with payment of stipulated charges for ID card. Students without University ID card will not be permitted to attend University examinations both theory and practical.



  1. f. Payment of fees

Students shall pay the entire annual fees prescribed for a course at the time of admission (fresher) and in the beginning of every academic year (seniors) on the prescribed dates.

S# Course Particulars


01 B.Sc.N Tuition fee Rs.63,500/-
Special  fee Rs.17,000/-
Admission processing fee Rs.1000/-
Refundable Caution deposit(At the time of admission) Rs.10,000/-
Statutory  fees Actual& as per notifications from statutory bodies
Miscellaneous fee (uniform, textbooks, records, practical log hostel amenities, medical insurance, student portal services, soft skill& personality  training etc.) actual
University exam fee As per University notification


02 PBBSc.N Tuition fee Rs.63,500/-
Special  fee Rs.17,000/-
Admission processing fee Rs.1000/-
Refundable Caution deposit (At the time of admission) Rs.10,000/-
Statutory  fees Actual& as per notifications from statutory bodies
Miscellaneous fee (uniform, textbooks, records, practical log hostel amenities, medical insurance, student portal services, soft skill & personality training etc.) actual
University exam fee As per University notification


03 M.Sc.N Tuition fee Rs.100,000/-
Special  fee Rs.50,000/-
Admission processing fee Rs.1000/-
Refundable Caution deposit (At the time of admission) Rs.10,000/-
Clinical Conveyance fee Rs.7500/-
Clinical affiliation fee Actual
Statutory  fees Actual & as per University notification
University exam fee As per University notification

Apart from the above, the students have to pay accommodation (compulsory for residential students), mess and to & fro daily conveyance fee (if required) which will be prescribed from time to time.


  1. g. Mode of payment

First year of admission: Fee may be paid in cash or DD drawn in favour of Westfort College of Nursing. For those students (first year of admission) who require educational loan the institutional will issue the necessary documents for educational loan  only on written request by student and parent and after payment of 50% of academic fees.

If a student pays all the first year fees at the time of admission and avail an educational loan later the amount paid by the student will be refunded on receiving the fee from bank. If excess fee is received it will be refunded to the bank and not to the student

Subsequent years: Fee may be paid in cash or DD drawn in favour of Westfort College of Nursing. For those students who avail educational loan the student shall submit the request for the senior class fee structure one month prior to the due date of payment of fees. All the fees to be paid on yearly basis on the due date (without / with fine) and no part payment of any type of fee is permitted for senior classes.

If a student pays all the first year fees at the time of admission and avail an educational loan later the amount paid by the student will be refunded on receiving the fee from bank. If excess fee is received it will be refunded to the bank and not to the student

  1. h. Delayed payment/non-payment of fees

Is not entertained at the first instant. If any student fails to pay the dues or prescribed fee including hostel fee, mess fee, bus fee etc. on the due date he/she shall be liable to pay a stipulated fine.

Still if the student fails to pay the fees after the due date with fine he/she will be removed from the roll with effect from the next day. A student thus removed from the rolls will not get the benefit of the attendance, until the student gets readmitted after clearing fee dues with fine and paying theprescribed readmission fee.

Clearance from accounts must be produced for issue of hall tickets to appear for University examination.

  1. i. Safe keeping of fee receipts

Students are advised to retain all their payment receipts securely, until the course is over and produce them for verification on demand, if required, at any time and refund of caution deposit on successful completion of the course.

  1. j. Fee Concession

Students belonging to scheduled castes, scheduled tribes and other eligible communities who are eligible for fee concession (part or full) and stipend, if any, as sanctioned by the Govt. of Kerala shall submit the print out online application along with stipulated supporting documents to forward to  the respective office through the Principal and get the eligible amount sanctioned in time, failing which they will have to pay the fees due to the institution. The difference in sanctioned amount to be borne by student.

  1. k. Consequences of non-clearance of dues

A student who has dues to pay and fails to settle such dues will not be

  1. permitted to appear for the University examinations
  2. promoted to the next higher classes
  3. issued with TC and other certificates .
  1. l. Fee Collection timings

9.00 AM to 4.00 PM on all working days.

  1. m. Refund/ adjustment of fees
  2. If a candidate admitted against government seats in any of the courses leaves the program after closing of admission fixed by the statutory bodies, to join other courses /colleges or for other purposes he/she is liable to pay liquidated damages equal to the sum of the annual tuition fees for the remaining years of study of the particular course (As per Govt. Order No. G.O (Rt) No.1469/2016/H&FW dept dated 24.05.2016.Also in this case he/she will be liable for forfeiture of all the other fees paid for the first year course.
  3. If a candidate admitted against management seats leaves the program after closing of admission fixed by the statutory bodies, to join other courses /colleges or for other purposes he/she is liable to pay liquidated damages equal to the sum of the annual tuition fees for the remaining years of study of the particular course. (As per Govt. Order No. G.O (Rt) No.1469/2016/H&FW dept dated 24.05.2016). Also in this case he/she will be liable for forfeiture of all the other fees paid for the first year course.
  4. If a candidate discontinues the course after the first academic year they are liable to pay liquidated damages equal to the total amount of tuition fee payable for the remaining years of study (As per Govt. Order No G.O (Rt) No.1469/2016/H&FW dept dated 24.05.2016).
  1. n. Mobile Phones are banned
  1. Students are strictly forbidden from bringing mobile phones inside the campus.
  2. If any student is found in possession of a mobile phone in the campus and hostels or found using it in the campus and areas of duty the following measures will be taken
  1. o. Phone Calls

Students are not permitted to receive phone calls during working hours. However, in an    emergency, message will be conveyed to the student, if found necessary.

  1. p. Issue of certificates
  1. The original certificates submitted at the time of admission to the college will be returned only at the time of leaving the college on completion of the course/discontinuing the course.
  2. It will be returned only on obtaining clearance from concerned departments (as mentioned in prescribed clearance form) indicating that the student has no dues to the Institution.
  3. Students are also advised to keep with them sufficient number of photocopies of their mark lists and all relevant certificates surrendered in the office, for their future use.
  4. After the completion of the course TC and other certificates will be issued on applying for the same within 30 days after the results are published.
  5. Students are expected to collect the same on the day announced by the college. Certificates will not be issued in between as it may affect the smooth functioning of the office.


  1. q. Issue of transcript


Transcript is an official academic record of a student who had undergone a specific educational programme in a Nursing School/ College. It includes the record of attendance in hours/credits put in by the student and the grade/ percentage of marks secured by the student in each course of study of the programme.

  1. Transcript will be issued only on written request of the student on successful completion of the courses.
  2. The rate of Fee is


(Rupees Five Thousand only).

  1. Students are expected to submit any change in address to prepare transcript
  2. Transcript will be issued on the 15th day of submission of application for transcript.
  3. Students have to bear postage charges for sending transcript to concerned institution/ home address
  1. r. Internet Browsing Facility

The college has WiFi and internet facilities and every student has access to it. The students are thus able to keep abreast with the latest happenings in the respective areas of study.

  1. s. Purchase of Texts and Record Books

The prescribed text books and practical records for all courses will be made available in the institution for purchase by the students in the beginning of every academic year


  1. t.TwoWheeler Parking Facility:

Students (Day-scholars only) who have two wheeler driving license only will be permitted to use two wheelers as their mode of conveyance to the institution and park the vehicles in the two wheeler parking area (as per availability) in the campus. Application for the same should be submitted along with a copy of the driving license. A two wheeler pass will be issued from the Academy office to the applicant for one academic year, which should be renewed for the subsequent years. The students are strictly prohibited from riding / driving their vehicle freely in the campus.

  1. u. Parents’ visits and parents’ meeting

Parents are expected to be fully involved in the pursuit of excellence undertaken in the institution by extending all possible cooperation to the authorities and the staff. The institution expects the parents to follow the given below genuine responsibilities from their part throughout the course period of his/her ward:-

  1. Attend regular parents meeting every time as convened by the Principal without fail.
  2. Observe closely the progress and development of their ward.
  1. Contact the teachers/Head of Dept. for remedial measures to improve their ward’s academic performance/behaviour whenever required and found essential.
  2. Parents who opt to visit the colleges for the above purpose shall contact the college office for an appointment with the concerned Faculty/Head of the Dept./Principal and maintain the appointment time to avoid unnecessary delay .
  3. The parents visiting the Academy will be attended to promptly by the Academy office and arrangements will be made to interact with the faculty in the visitor’s room.
  1. v. Progress Report

A progress report about a student’s progress in curricular and extracurricular activities, attendance, conduct and behavior will be sent by the Principal to the parents or guardians at the end of sessional examinations. The parents after proper scrutiny shall sign the reports and return to the college within 10 days of receipt of the same. The parent/guardian shall also respond to the comments given by the class teacher/Principal on the report promptly and shall take necessary steps, if any required for the better progress of the student. This is an important record meant for the entire duration of the course of study. Loss or damage will result in payment of a stipulated penalty for the issue of a fresh progress report


  1. w. Change of Address, contact numbers and relevant personal details

If there is any change in the address, contact numbers, personal details like corrections in SSLC certificates(name, date of birth etc.), marital status, guardianship etc.of any student, it should be immediately informed to the  College office.

  2. a. Introduction

Ragging in any form inside or outside the campus is identified as a barbarian act and a criminal offence by the Honorable Courts in the Country and necessary acts and laws have been promulgated by the Govt. of India, Govt. of Kerala and KUHS banning the same.Therefore ragging identified in any form is banned in the academy and in all its area of activities

If any student is found or reportedly found to be involved in ragging or found to be abetting ragging will be summarily dismissed from the academy and an FIR will be filed with local police as per the recent directions of the Honorable Supreme Court and the Govt. of Kerala.


We, West fort College of Nursing, is absolutely in sense and awareness about our responsibility to prevent ragging and ensure our campus a Ragging free one forever.

The directives of the supreme court and time to time instructions from affiliating Universities are followed in preventing ragging in the campus and all the areas where students are exposed to (clinical areas of hospitals, Community health settings where students are placed for practical experiences, hostels, canteen, recreational places, study rooms, outside areas of the campus such as religious places where both senior and fresher’s go, nearby shops, during educational visits etc)

  1. b. What is ragging?

According to Honorable Supreme Court directives:

  1. Ragging has several aspects with, among others, psychological, social, political, economic, cultural, and academic dimensions.
  2. Any act that prevents, disrupts or disturbs the regular academic activity of a student should be considered within the academics related aspect of ragging; similarly, exploiting the services of a junior student for completing the academic tasks assigned to an individual or a group of seniors is also an aspect of academics related ragging prevalent in many institutions, particularly in the technical institutions.
  3. Any act of financial extortion or forceful expenditure burden put on a junior student by senior students should be considered an aspect of ragging for ragging economic dimensions.
  4. Any act of physical abuse including all variants of it: sexual abuse, homosexual assaults, stripping, forcing obscene and lewd acts, gestured, causing bodily harm or any other danger to health or person can be put in the category of ragging with criminal dimensions.
  5. Any act or abuse by spoken words, emails, snail-mails, blogs, public insults should be considered within the psychological aspects of ragging. This aspect would also include deriving perverted pleasure, vicarious or sadistic thrill from actively or passively participating in the discomfiture to others; the absence of preparing ‘fresher’s in the run up to their admission to higher education and life in hostels also can be ascribed as a psychological aspect of ragging – coping skills in interaction with seniors or strangers can be imparted by parents as well. Any act that affects the mental health and self-confidence of students also can be described in terms of the psychological aspects of ragging.
  6. The human rights perspective of ragging involves the injury caused to the fundamental right to human dignity through humiliation heaped on junior students by seniors; often resulting in the extreme step of suicide by the victims.
  7. c. Anti-ragging Committee
Sl. No. Committee Members
1 Principal
2 Vice Principal
3 Representatives of  Civil &Police administration
4 Senior faculty members
5 Administrative Officer
6 Local Media representative
7 NGO Member (Youth activities)
8 Fresher
9 Senior student
10 Representatives of parents
11 Hostel Wardens


  1. d. Anti ragging Squad also functions in the campus
  2. e. Course of action in case of any incidence of ragging
  3. On getting information about ragging HOD’S meeting will be conducted and enquire about the information
  4. If information is correct anti ragging committee will meet and decide regarding the punishment ( punishments are based on the gravity of the incident)
    1. Suspension of culprits from college and hostel
    2. File FIR of the incident in the nearest police station
    3. Expulsion from college and hostel
    4. Cancellation of admission
    5. Debarring from appearing in examinations etc.
    6. Information to statutory bodies/ agencies regarding the incidence and actions taken
    7. f. Monitoring mechanisms adopted in the Institution to prevent ragging
  5. Details of anti ragging committee including their contact numbers will be displayed in notice board
  6. Antiragging squad will do patrolling services in the campus and vulnerable areas, conduct surprise inspection in these areas.
  7. Anti ragging committee will monitor the antiragging squad
  8. Antiragging squad will update information promptly to the Head  of the Institution
  9. Regular parents meeting will be conducted to identify any incidences reported by their wards
  10. Principal will regularly meet  faculty counselors to identify cases/incidences
  11. Visit classes of seniors and fresher’s frequently by HOI and HOD’S / Senior teachers and interact with them.
  12. Students are encouraged to lodge their complaints regarding ragging in the complaint box provided in the college
  13. Proper documents will be maintained
Ragging is a criminal offence and it is banned



  1. The format of undertaking attached regarding non involvement in ragging to be filled and duly signed by the student and parent at the time of admission and in subsequent years
  2. The students and parents may contact the helpline numbers attached in case of incidence of ragging






Undertaking regarding noninvolvement in ragging


Each candidate and parent has to sign the undertaking given below at the time of admission (as per the provisions of anti-ragging verdict by the Hon’ble Supreme Court).

I,Mr/Ms ………..………………………………………Application No………………course …………………………………………….Student of …………………………………………….               do hereby undertaken on this day ……………….Month…………………Year………….., the         following with respect to above subject and Office Order No: …………………………………

  1. That I have read & understood the directives of the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India on anti ragging & the measures proposed to be taken in the above reference.(available at http://www.peopelsgroup.in)
  2. That I understand the meaning of Ragging & know that the ragging in any form is a punishable offense and the same is banned by the Court of Law.
  3. That I have not been found or charged for my involvement in any kind of ragging in the past. However, I undertake to face disciplinary action/legal proceedings including expulsion from the institute if the above statement is found to be untrue or the facts are concealed, at any stage in future.
  4. That I shall not resort to ragging in any form at any place and shall abide by the rules/laws prescribed by the Court, Govt. of India & institute authorities for the purpose from time to time.

Name &Signature of the Student

I hereby fully endorse the undertaking made by my child/ward.

Signature of Mother/Father/Guardian

Name & Address


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  2. a. Continuous study, preparation and evaluation process

A compulsory system of continuous study, preparation and evaluation is of utmost importance to achieve good results. Therefore, students should attend classes promptly and punctually. Lecture notes should be taken in every class and thorough preparation of what is taught should be done daily. Weekly and monthly tests are compulsorily conducted. Mid semester/terminal and model examinations will also be held every semester/quarterly. The parents will be kept informed of their progress through the progress reports sent to them twice a year.

  1. b. Re-tests/Re-examination

It is compulsory that every student should take all announced tests and examinations seriously and get the passing minimum marks in every paper of each test/examination. Those who are absent or fail in a particular test /examination due to very genuine reasons should take a re-test/re-examination on the dates, if announced by the head of the department/class coordinator/academic coordinator

  1. c.Continuous Assessment of Students

The activities in the College are designed to promote an integrated development of personality in a holistic way with special emphasis on academic achievements. The participation, involvement of students and co-operation of students and parents are expected in this. Keeping this in view continuous assessment of each and every student will be conducted as prescribed by the affiliating body. The assignments, home work, seminars, project works, field trips, visit to the factories, laboratories and other well known organizations in various fields, tests, examination etc. are organized for the academic development and the club activities, guest lectures, Fine arts, Sports and cultural activities, inter-collegiate competitions, exhibitions, career guidance programmes, etc. are conducted periodically to encourage and motivate students for their personality development.

Continuous internal assessment of students on performance in every field, discipline, character and dedication perseverance and progress will be made every month and each and every student will be graded suitably with a view to encourage and to further motivate them. The best performers in every class will be identified and announced. The same will be reflected in the termly/semester/yearly progress report for the information of parents. Students will become eligible to attend University examinations only if they possess minimum internal marks in individual subjects

  1. d. Library

The institution has well-equipped libraries with text books, periodicals and journals, e- journals, learning CDs, DVDs etc. that are of utmost value to the students taking up any of the different courses offered by the institution. Textbooks are issued as well as available for reference.

The Library rules of WAHE are applicable to all students, teachers, librarians and staff concerned.

  1. The Library working time as given below:

& Monday to Saturday   :           9 a.m. to 8.30 p.m.

  1. Students, teachers & other visitors should keep their books & bags etc outside the library in the space provided for the purpose all visitors to the library are to sign the ‘Movement Register’ kept in front of the library for the purpose before entering the library.
  2. Students should keep away their lab coats before entering the library.
  3. Library membership is given for the students and teachers of WAHE
  4. Library reading materials are issued for those who have library membership.
  5. Only two borrows cards are issued for one student; one book for one borrower’s card. The borrower is responsible for the loss of borrower’s card issued to him/her. No exchange of borrow cards arepermitted.
  6. The issue period of textbooks is as follows:
  1. The cost of damaged books & books missing etc. will be recovered from the persons concerned, to the extent required. If necessary, such damaged books / books missing may have to be replaced at the cost of the persons concerned.
  2. Journals, periodicals, magazines, question papers, newspapers, etc. are not allowed to take away from the library. They are for reference only inside the library.
  3. Students are not permitted to tear pages, mark / highlight anything on the library reading materials.
  4. Only reference of reading material is permitted to visitors and the visitors should refer the reading material within the library.
  5. Those sitting in the library are to ensure strict silence.
  6. Photocopies of books, journals, etc. may be taken by the visitors with the permission of the librarian(s). But such books / journals etc. should be returned to the library immediately after taking photocopies.
  7. Students should not make damages to the library furniture/fixtures. In case the student has made damages he / she have to bear the cost of repair/ maintenance charge.
  1. Students should not mark anything on the library furniture.
  2. Audio visual materials can only be referred within the library and they are operated under the supervision of librarian / other library staff.
  3. The decision of the librarian(s) is final in all matters subject to appeal to the Principal



The Institution has seven buses which make daily trips transporting students to and from different parts of the city as well as to clinical areas. All dayscholars, faculty & staff memberscan utilize the bus services on request. The students are expected to follow the given below rules and regulations with respect to use of academy buses

  1. a. Students shall request in writing (prescribed application form)for the bus conveyance in the beginning of the year.
  2. b. Students are not permitted to travel in institutional bus without bus ID card. Students are expected to produce it every day when demanded by the staff in charge. Loss of identity card should be reported and a duplicate card will be issued on paying a fee of Rs. 50/-.
  3. c. If a student is opting out from using transportation in a particular month or for a period of time the same has to be intimated to the transport in charge (in writing) through proper channel.
  4. d. Students should board the buses only at the opted boarding point and bus nos. as specified in their bus pass.
  5. e. Any student found misusing the bus/bus ID card will be seriously viewed and strict disciplinary action will be taken against such students.
  6. f. Seating arrangements would be instructed by the bus staff in charge and students should strictly adhere to the seating arrangements.

4.g. Academy bus users shall strictly observe the bus timing(for to & fro as well as clinical conveyance) and will be allowed to board only the allotted bus no., at the allotted time even if more buses are running in the same route. It will be the responsibility of the students if he/she misses the allotted bus.

  1. h. Strict discipline should be maintained inside the buses. Students should adhere to the etiquettes. Faculty/bus in-charge are empowered to take immediate disciplinary action, including deboarding the students found indulging in any form of in disciplinary activities.
  2. i. The college reserves the right to withdraw the bus identity card in case of undesirable activities on the part of students.


  2. a. Students should enter the laboratory as soon as the laboratory/clinical period begins. They are

expected to follow the dress code and observe etiquettes.

  1. b. Students should carry their observation note book, Record note book duly completed and other

items required for the work and should enter the laboratory/clinical area only after approval of

the staff in charge.

  1. c. Students should maintain utmost discipline inside the laboratory/clinical area.
  1. d. Students found unnecessarily indulging in activities which disturb other students/patients will be

immediately sent out of the lab/clinical area. They are strictly prohibited from using mobile

phones / any electronic devices of communication while in lab/ clinical area.

  1. e. Students should accept or receive any gifts in any form from patients. They are not expected to

give personal contact details to patients or collection the details from patients. A therapeutic

relationship is to be followed in clinical area.

  1. f. Students are expected to keep the lab and their work places neat and clean.
  1. g. Students should leave the lab/clinical area only after replacing all equipments/articles used

during practice.

  1. h. Students should not leave the lab/clinical area without permission under any circumstances.
  1. i. All breakages should be immediately reported to the staff in charge and entered in the breakage

register and signed.

  1. j. Students are strictly prohibited from entering the stock room.
  1. k. All bags, note books, etc. which are not required inside the laboratories/clinical area should be

left in their class rooms.

  1. l. Very stern action will be taken against those students who violate any of the above mentioned


If any of the above rules not contain any specific rule which is necessary for the good conduct of the students and their decorum the Management reserve the right to implement it without any concurrence from the students










PB No. 16, M.G. Kavu, Pottore , Thrissur – 680581


I Mr./Ms. …………………………………………. (appln. no:…………………..) S/O,D/O,W/O …………………….., residing at …………………………………………………………………..                       . ………………..  admitted to (course)  …………………………………at……………………… ……………………….(institution)  do hereby undertake on this day ……….. month …………..year …………… the following with the respect to the rules and regulations of the institution.

  1. That I have read & understood the rules and regulations of Westfort College of Nursing.
  2. That I have to abide by the rules and regulations of the college and will not deviate from the same.
  3. However I undertake to face disciplinary action including legal proceedings if I violate the rules and regulations as well as produce untrue information or conceal facts from the institutional authorities during the course of my study period.


Signature of the Student

I hereby fully endorse the undertaking made by my child/ward.


Signature of Mother/Father/Guardian

Witness:1.  ………………….


Signature of Mother/Father/Guardian

Witness:2.  ………………….