Uniform Rules and Charges
- Uniform Rules: Students are required to be in proper uniform on all prescribed uniform days. Any student found without uniform inside the institute may be returned back from the gate. However, on the request of the student, the Discipline Committee, may permit such student to attend the classes, on payment of a penalty of Rs. 50/- for that one day, to be paid to the ‘Students’ Welfare Committee’
|Monday||College Formal Uniform|
|Tuesday||College Formal Uniform|
|Wednesday||T Shirt/Sweat Shirt with Blue Jeans|
|Thursday||T Shirt/Sweat Shirt with Blue Jeans|
- Students are free to take the take the college uniform from any where they wish to procure. However the specification of the uniform should be exactly the same as that prescribed and displayed in the store office in the campus.To standardize the supply the institute has also made an arrangement with Dress Camp/Renuka Creation, dispensary road, Dehradun for supply of full set of I Winter Suit (Coat Pant- Raymonds / Reid and Taylor / OCM), 2 Shirts, 1 Pant, 1 Tie, 1 Sweat Shirt (Hoody) at the subsidized rates of Rs. 8800/-
- Each day Administrative Office along with two faculties and two students from Discipline committee will monitor the adherence to the Dress code at the entrance points of the college. Director Campus will assign the weekly duty of faculty on rotation basis. Violation of dress code each day will result in issuance of a contribution slip of Rs.50/- to be paid to the Student Welfare committee.
Book Bank Facilities
The Trust runs a charitable Book Bank Library for any / all student enrolled in any institute of the Trust or outside. Under the membership scheme students upon payment of membership fees are provided with the entire set of books for their full course (All semesters / trimesters) for the entire tenure of that subject. The students return the books on completion of the semester and take a new set of books.
The helps in standardizing the teaching from top class books and the best authors. Also the students end up paying approximately ¼ of the cost of the books only.
The Scheme is voluntary and students are free to purchase their own books.
Kindly refer to the fee structures for details of membership fees for the EET library