St. Mother Theresa Engineering College is proud of its eco-friendly, serene & peaceful environment. The campus is green with focus on sustainability. Well manicured gardens, lawns and thick vegetation adds to the serene ambience of the college.
Smoking, use of narcotics and alcohol is strictly prohibited. Defacing any part of the campus is treated as an offence.
Deeply committed to upholding values system, the college expects its students to conduct themselves in a worthy manner in their dress, demeanour and sense of discipline. They must respect their teachers, greeting them when they meet them in or out of the college campus. They must rise when the teacher enters the classroom; remaining standing till they are directed to sit, or till the teacher takes his/her seat. When the attendance roll is called, each one must rise and answer to his/her name or register number. Students should be seated in their respective classrooms at the stroke of the bell. Action will be taken against students found loitering about in the corridors and making noise.
Students are expected to make use of the library during free periods. Movement of the students in the corridors of the college buildings during lecture hours or sitting on the steps of the staircase or on the steps of the portico of the university is not permitted. Students must wear their identity cards around their neck with the tags provided, whenever they come to the college and show it to the persons concerned whenever asked for.
Congregating on the road in front of the college or at the entrance of the college is to be avoided. Students must drive their vehicles at the campus at precribed speed limits.
Students should maintain a sense of decorum and discipline at all times both inside and outside the college. Those who are guilty of serious misconduct or whose presence in the college is detrimental to the order and discipline on the campus are liable to be expelled.
Code of conduct on the campus include safeguarding the college property, keeping the place clean and tidy and dressing up decently. Boys are expected to be in full pants and clean shirts. Low-waisted pants with several large pockets are not allowed. Girls are expected to dress decently. Out of respect for Indian traditions, students should avoid wearing, tight, transparent, sleeveless, or revealing cloths and should dress appropriately.
Only students who are on the rolls of the university and parents shall enter the university campus.