Principal's Message

From the

Principal's Desk

Through five eventful decades of its history, Nehru College has celebrated the quest for expanding landscapes of learning. Today, Nehru College is recognized as a centre of excellence that nurtures intellectual and academic striving, vibrant extra curricular activity, outreach initiatives and civic engagement. Acknowledged as one of the nation’s finest colleges, it sends out some of the brightest young people to the world of work and the best institutions of higher learning the world over. These young people go out with the commitment of making their voice count even as they address the great questions of their times.

Core Values

The celebration of diversity informs all our programmes and initiatives, providing a nurturing space for experimentation and interrogating stereotypes. The spirit of community enables and encourages every individual to reach out and make a difference. This is a place not only of teaching but collaborative scholarship reinforcing a very special interaction between students and faculty. Here students enjoy a good deal of freedom in shaping their academic experience. Nehru College emphasizing the humanities, social sciences and commerce, offers a unique combination of resources in a space that provides unusual intellectual and cultural opportunities. The experiential motifs that enrich this tapestry harmonize collective institutional responsibility with democratic space and combine challenge with encouragement. Above all, it is permeated by an enlightened feminism that is confident of women finding their place in the sun.

Nehru College moulds women professionals, who excel in just about every sphere of endeavour, be it law, governance, the arts, media, education, the corporate and voluntary sectors. They exude the self confidence that comes from the boundless enthusiasm, zest and painstaking work that seeks newer thresholds and challenges limits.

Nehru College is a community that continually reflects and introspects on the quality of its engagement and its commitment to innovation. A community of inspired faculty and talented students learn and grow together to shape a dynamic energy field. The imperatives of the global and the local are imaginatively and sensitively blended even as best practices are crafted. There is a palpable sense of the urge to participate in processes that usher in a new and more humane world. There is also the recognition that to take on tomorrow you simply have to better today. Nehru College is a continuous unfolding of exciting possibilities –– a unique and empowering space.

Student Code of Conduct: Rules and Regulations

The following is a summary and explanation of the rights, responsibilities, and rules governing student conduct at Nehru College, Bahadurganj. This statement serves as a general framework and is not intended to provide an exhaustive list of all possible community infractions. Students violating community standards may be held accountable through the student conduct process. For a complete description of the College’s student conduct process, please see the college website.

Student Code of Conduct: Rules and Regulations

Academic Misconduct

Academic misconduct is defined as a violation of the College’s standards of academic integrity whether these violations are intentional or unintentional. Academic misconduct consists of cheating on an exam, plagiarism on an academic assignment, or unauthorized collaborative work.

Evidence of academic misconduct may include, but is not limited to, the following:

• Some of the student’s work coincides with or closely paraphrases a source that is not properly acknowledged.
• Glaring coincidences in the work of students on exams, papers, problem sets, etc., where cooperation in producing the work was not permitted.
• Submission of the same work in more than one course. When submitting any work to an instructor for a course, it is assumed that the work was produced specifically for that course. Submission of the same work in more than one course without prior approval is prohibited.
Sources that must be acknowledged include, but are not limited to, lab manuals, books, articles in books, journal articles, and web pages, along with graphs, charts, tables, data sets, etc., in any of the sources just mentioned. Proper acknowledgment must indicate both the source and how it served as a source for any specific portions of the student’s assignment.
The informal nature of some writing may obviate the necessity of rigorously formal citation, but still requires honest attribution to original authors of all borrowed materials. Students should feel free to consult with instructors whenever there is doubt as to proper documentation.

Alcohol and Other Drugs

The unlawful possession, use, purchase, or distribution of alcohol on College property or as part of any College activity is prohibited. The unlawful possession, use, purchase, or distribution of illicit drugs, controlled substances (including stimulants, depressants, narcotics, or hallucinogenic drugs), or paraphernalia—or the misuse of prescription drugs, including sharing, procuring, buying, or using in a manner different from the prescribed use, or by someone other than the person for whom it was prescribed—is prohibited on College property or as part of any College activity.

Nehru College, Bahadurganj recognizes that there may be situations in which students would be in need of swift medical assistance for themselves or others, as a result of alcohol and/or drug use. The College expects each student to share in the safety and wellbeing of their fellow students and to seek out assistance from College officials.

Under the College’s Alcohol and Other Drug Amnesty policy, typically neither the student in need nor the student or student organization requesting assistance will be subject to disciplinary action as a result of a violation of the Alcohol and/or Drug Policy.

Assault, Endangerment, of Infliction of Physical Harm

Physical restraint, assault, or any other act of violence or use of physical force against any member of the community, or any act that threatens the use of physical force is forbidden. Conduct—whether reckless or intentional—that a person knows, or which any reasonable person under the circumstances would know, places oneself or another at risk of bodily harm is subject to disciplinary action, whether or not the risk is realized.

Banners, Chalking and Posters:

These freedoms of expression extend so far as the expression does not impinge on the rights of other members of the community or the orderly and essential operations of the College. Banners, chalking, and posters are subject to reasonable requirements on their display and may be removed when a violation of College policy or the requirements described below occur. Some examples of behaviours that are inconsistent with our norms and expectations include actionable harassment or bullying; threats, intimidation, or incitement of violence; and defamation or other unlawful invasion into the privacy of others. All are encouraged to engage in the civil exchange of viewpoints, with the understanding that even where we disagree, we can still recognize that we are all valued members of the Nehru College community.

All advertisements, flyers, notices, etc., constitute posters and may only be posted on public bulletin boards. Outdated posters must be promptly removed; anyone may remove outdated posters from public boards.

Bullying and Intimidation

Bullying. Bullying includes any electronic, written, verbal, or physical act or a series of acts of physical, social, or emotional domination that is intended to cause or any reasonable person should know would cause physical or substantial emotional harm to another student or group of students. Bullying conduct may not only cause a negative effect on individuals targeted, but also others who observe the conduct. Bullying conduct is severe, persistent, or pervasive and has the effect of doing any of the following:

(i) substantially interfering with a community member’s education, employment, or full enjoyment of the college;
(ii) creating a threatening or intimidating environment; or
(iii) substantially disrupting the orderly operation of the College.

Bullying is prohibited, and participating in such acts will result in disciplinary action.

Intimidation. Intimidation is any verbal, written, or electronic threats of violence or other threatening behaviour directed toward another person or group that reasonably leads the person(s) in the group to fear for their physical well-being. Intimidation is prohibited and will result in disciplinary action.

Anyone who attempts to use bullying or intimidation to retaliate against someone who reports an incident, brings a complaint, or participates in an investigation in an attempt to influence the student conduct process will be in violation of retaliation as described within this handbook and will be subject to disciplinary action.

When acts of bullying and intimidation occur in the context of intimate-partner violence or when the behaviour is perpetrated on the basis of sex or gender, the conduct will be resolved under the Sexual Assault and Harassment Policy.

Disorderly Conduct

Students at Nehru College, Bahadurganj have the right to express their views, feelings, and beliefs inside and outside the classroom and to support causes publicly, including by demonstrations and other means.

These freedoms of expression extend so far as expression does not impinge on the rights of other members of the community or the orderly and/or essential operations of the College.

Disorderly conduct is a violation that prevents the orderly operation of the College, which includes, but is not limited to:
1. Excessive noise, which interferes with classes, College offices, residence hall neighbors, or other campus and community activities; 2. Unauthorized entry into or occupation of a private work area;
3. Conduct that restricts or prevents faculty or staff members or student employees from performing their duties, including interruption of meetings, classes, or events;
4. Failure to maintain clear passage into or out of any College building or passageway, and/or work space;
5. Failure to disperse when a building, office, or campus space is closed; and/or
6. Other conduct that disrupts the operations of the College, such as lectures, meetings, events (such as admissions tours or job interviews), ceremonies, or other necessary business and community functions.
False Representation

A student may not knowingly provide false information or make misrepresentation to any College office. In addition, the forgery, alteration, or unauthorized possession or use of College documents, records, or instruments of identification, forged or fraudulent communications (paper or electronic mail) are prohibited.

Our Features


There is a well furnished palatial hostel in the premises of the college.


There is a big field in the college where various kinds of games played.


There is one unit of N.S.S. also for the accommodation of 100 students only.


We have a health center where counselling and first aid are provided.


The college has a rich library with a reading room attached to it.


The College is developing modern libraries with all necessary facilities