Policy and Procedure

Marathwada Mitra Mandal’s College of Pharmacy which is established in 2006 and is Govern by Marathwada Mitra Mandal, Pune a parent organization under the various policies of apex bodies such as AICTE, PCI, Affiliating University and Government of Maharashtra i.e. Directorate of Technical Education, Mumbai. All the policies implemented by these bodies are strictly followed by the Institute.

Approval / Recognition / Affiliation / Accreditation–

All the policies, rules and process is followed of AICTE (www.aicte-india.org), Pharmacy Council of India (www.pci.nic.in), Savitribai Phule Pune University (www.unipune.ac.in), National Board of Accreditation (www.nbaind.org) & National Assessment and Accreditation council (www.naac.gov.in).

Admission Policy –

All the policies, rules and process is followed of Admission Regulatory Authority (www.maha-ara.org).

Fee Policy –

All the policies, rules and process is followed of Fee Regulatory Authority (www.sssamiti.org).

Fee Reimbursement Policy-

For Economically Backward Class (EBC) Students / SE / BC / EWS and Backward Class Students i.e. SC / ST / OBC / VJNT / SBC, Minority Students Scholarship is as per the Central and State Government Policies.

Eligibility / Attendance / Examination –

Since the college is affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University all the rules related to these aspect are application in toto (www.unipune.ac.in).

Recruitment, Promotion, Increment and Leave Policy is followed as given by the apex bodies (www.aicte-india.org, www.pci.nic.in, www.unipune.ac.in)

Performance Appraisal Policy –

is followed as per the UGC and affiliating university (www.ugc.ac.in, www.unipune.ac.in)

Anti Ragging & Grievance Redressal Policy –

is followed as per the UGC and affiliating university (www.ugc.ac.in, www.unipune.ac.in)

All these links are made available on college website i.e. www.mmcop.edu.in

Rules, Policies, Procedure for students regarding:


a. Creating nuisance in the campus is liable for disciplinary action.
b. The students must keep his/her mobile phone switched off during lecture hours and lab sessions. Violation of this rule will lead to confiscation of mobile by the concerned teacher. Same will be handed over only to parents/guardians in person.
c. Ragging is strictly prohibited in the campus (Maharashtra Prohibition of Ragging Act 1999)
d. Students should take care of their belongings. College authority will not be responsible for any loss or theft.
e. Smoking or chewing gum, gutka, pan in the premises is strictly prohibited.


a. The college expects 100% attendance for theory and practical session. Some relaxation is possible to the extent of 10% on valid reason and prior permission of the principal.
b. In no case the attendance should be less than 80% separately for theory and practical’s otherwise he/she may be detained from appearing university exams.


a. Wearing of I-Card every day and uniform everyday except Thursday is compulsory. The student must also wear uniform during university examination and various committee visits.
b. While representing our college during various events students must wear the college uniform.
c. College uniform should be clean and ironed properly. Students who are soapily dressed or wearing dirty clothes are liable to send home.
d. Uniform: black trousers and white shirts with black socks and shoes.


a. Students should treat all college property with care.
b. Students are forbidden to write or scribble on the wall and furniture, dirty the classrooms or damage any material.
c. Parents/guardian will have to compensate for willful damage done to college property.


a. Students should take prior permission of leave from respective class teacher before proceeding on leave. (Refer to leave format given in diary)
b. In case of emergency, parents can contact respective class teacher on given phone number.
c. If the student takes sick leave for more than 3 days, he/she must produce a medical certificate.
d. No student suffering from any contagious or infectious disease shall be permitted to attend classes.


a. Silence should be observed in the library at all times.
b. Students should not bring any book of their own into the library except their notebooks and pen or pencil.
c. Books should be returned on or before the due date indicated on them without fail. Delay in doing so will result in a fine of Rs5/- per day book.
d. The librarian has the right to recall book from students or staff at anytime, even before due date indicated on book.
e. Books can be renewed for a period of one week, provided if the book is not in great demand.
f. Before leavingthe library, books to be borrowed must be carefully examined by the student. He/She should report any damage to the book to the librarian immediately. A fine will be levied on the books that are found damaged on return.
g. If the book is lost, it must be replaced at once or duly compensated for.
h. Refernce books such as the dictionary and encyclopedia cannot to borrowed.
i. No book, magazine or newspaper shall be taken out of the library without the permission of librarian.


a. Office and accounts section timing for students
Timing : 10.00a.m. to 6.00p.m.
Lunch Break : 1.30p.m. to 2.00p.m.
Fee Receipt Time : 10.00a.m. to 1.30p.m.
b. Following are the facilities available at MMCOP Students section:
i. Stamp and sign for PMT bus pass and railway concession.
j. Bonafide certificate
k. Regarding education loan
l. Scholarship, Freeships, Earn and Learn Scheme etc.
c. Certificate will be issued on the next working day from the receipt of application
d. Students must red all the notices carefully that are displayed on the office notice board, especially for due dates so as to avoid further inconvenience.


a. Silence should be observed while doing practical work in the laboratory.
b. The instruction given by the teacher and laboratory assistant must be followed.
c. Students will be responsible for any breakage or loss of the teacher in-charge.
d. Students should bring proper record books and observation note books.
e. Students should strictly adhere to the safety rules and regulation in the laboratory.
f. Before entering the lab student should ensure he/she has wore an apron, cap, mask and carries with him/her all necessary materials required for practical like bottles, label crayons etc.


Ragging is prohibited by law. Any student indulging in this activity shall be dealt with as per the rules mentioned in Maharashtra Prohibition of Ragging Act 1999.


Stage 1 : an aggrieved student present his / her grievance in person / in written to head of department . The written reply should be sent to student within 10 days.
Stage 2: if the student is not satisfied can approach to HOD and request to forward his grievance to Principal. Principal has to reply them within 10 days.
Stage 3: If not satisfied with the reply given by he / she can represented the matter to Grievance Redressal Committee appointed by University of Pune.
All above rules, policies and procedures are published in the student dairy and are also available on the internet. Students diary is published every year and the data on internet is updated time to time.

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