The College expects its students to conduct themselves in a disciplined and dignified manner in the College. Some provisions are as follows:
- Students are responsible for their conduct to the Principal and are prohibited from doing anything, either inside or outside the College that will amount to a breach of discipline or interference in the College. A student will be liable to disciplinary action for violation of any of the rules of discipline. Disciplinary action may involve warning, and / or fine, and / or suspension from use of the College library or even from the College, or any such action as provided for in Ordinance XV(B) and XV(C) of the Rules of Discipline of the University of Delhi.
- No Society can be formed in the College nor shall any person be invited to address a meeting in the College without the prior permission of the Principal
- Students shall leave their bicycles, scooters or motorcycles, cars locked in the parking area at their own risk. No bicycle, scooters or motorcycles shall be parked in any other part of the College building.
- No student can invite any outsider / police or any other unauthorized person in the college without prior/ written permission of the Principal.
- Every student shall submit herself to the disciplinary jurisdiction of the Vice-Chancellor, several authorities of the University and Kalindi College, who may be vested with the authority to exercise discipline under the Acts, the Statutes, the Ordinances and the Rules that have been framed by the University and the College authorities.
- Ragging in any form is strictly prohibited within the College premises or any other part of Delhi University as well as in public transport. Abetment of ragging will also amount to ragging. Any individual or collective act or practice of ragging constitutes gross indiscipline and shall be dealt with under Ordinance XV(C).
- As per the Hon’ble Supreme Court's order, smoking is strictly prohibited inside the College campus. Delhi University is partnering with Delhi Police and World Lung Foundation-South Asia to promote a tobacco free environment. As a step in that direction, smoking is banned in Kalindi College.
On admission, every student to the college is required to sign a declaration that she submits herself to the disciplinary jurisdiction of the Vice-Chancellor and the personnel of the University and the College who may be vested with the authority to exercise discipline under the Acts, Statutes, Ordinances and Rules of the University / College.
Safety measures to be taken due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic
- Social distancing to be adhered to at all times
- Masks will be compulsory until further notice
- Frequent sanitization of hands to be encouraged