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Terms and Conditions

BIOSIS TALMID HOUSE

(Discipleship and Mission Training Centre)

A project of Biosis Trust

 

Mysore, Karnataka

INTRODUCTION

Welcome to the Biosis Talmid House.
We, the members of this foundation, assure you that you’ve made a promising decision.

 

RULES

  • The Biosis Talmid House (BTH) is not just a hostel, but it is also a student guidance centre aiming at their holistic development. Therefore we kindly request students and parents, to cooperate with the rules and regulations of the BTH.
  •  Admission in the Talmid house is only possible with the consent of parents or similar parental authority.
  • All students must maintain a spiritual atmosphere in this centre.

    

GENERAL GUIDELINES

 

  • Obedience is mandatory and all the inmates in this institution are obliged to conform to the rules laid down and also to the circumstantial instructions from the institution’s respective faculties. 
  • Cleanliness is also a top-priority rated principle and all the persisting and upcoming inmates are expected to keep up their cleaning duties regularly.
  • Food is valuable. All the inmates are to take extra care not to waste food.
  • Bad habits are strictly forbidden. The possession of undesirable goods like drugs, cigarettes, alcohol etc. will lead to strict punishments from the management of The Biosis Trust.
  • Stealing is a serious offense. Inmates caught for stealing will be punished severely.
  • Taking leave from college and Talmid house without prior consent is a very serious matter since the management is accountable to the parents and the institution of the person doing the identical.
  • Late arrival to the campus is a strict offense and action will be taken if a valid reason is not provided along with proof.
  • Late night parties and hangouts are discouraged by the management.
  • Students should take permission from the Resident Manager/Students dean for an overnight stay outside the campus and we also need a call from parents to allow the same.
  • Loud music is not permitted. Inmates can use the campus instruments but not in any manner creating a disturbance.
  • The management will not be responsible for any damages to the campus property. Inmates will have to pay the bills for the destruction of any property that belongs to the campus. 
  • All the inmates are considered responsible for their conduct outside the premises.
  • The management does not permit the inmates to bring in other students who are not a part of this particular campus. If any inmate wants to enroll a friend, he/she is to bring the matter to the attention of the management.

     

PERSONAL GUIDELINES

  • Study hard: You have come here to accomplish scholastic certification. Accomplish it.
  • Control the use of social networking because many issues of this sort have come up in the past.
  • We are against illicit relationships and affairs.
  • Drugs, alcohol, tobacco products, pornography and any immoral activities are strictly prohibited on the campus.
  • Maintain personal cleanliness at all times. Cleanliness is a part of self-discipline. Therefore, always keep your room, your personal belongings and the common area spic and span.
  • Borrowing is okay but make sure to return the articles borrowed.
  • Do not covet another ward’s property. Make sure that you don’t bring friends who have the same habit.
  • It is your responsibility to take care of your belongings. Management will not be responsible for any loss or theft of your belongings.
  • You will be provided with healthy and tasty food. People differ in their food preferences. Please do not cause issues with the food you like. 
  • Maintain dignity at all times. Respect the faculty.
  • Keep your testimony always. Do not be a dual character.
  • The management advises first-years to avoid indulging in social areas like public gyms, swimming pools, eateries etc. because of the persistent issues of ragging.
  • Different duties will be assigned to students on a rotational basis. Being faithful in your duties is being faithful to yourself. Prove to yourself that you are faithful and trustworthy.

FINANCE

  1. The students of the Talmid House should pay for their food and accommodation (Rs.7000/month and Rs.15000 caution deposit which is refundable).
  2. All the classes provided are free of cost for your holistic development.

PARENTAL GUIDELINES

  • Parents are expected to come in person at the time of admission and after the course. 
  • Once enrolled, the student should stay at Talmid for the whole academic year. 
  • If the student wishes to vacate Talmid next academic year, they should inform the resident manager three months prior.
  • Parents are to be aware of the protocol followed in the institution.
  • The management will inform parents if their respective wards commit malpractices. If the same actions are repeated, the committers will be systematically expelled from the campus.
  • Parents have to ensure that that their respective wards attend classes regularly. If in any case, your ward requires special attention please do inform us. We are here to help on your behalf.
  • Parents are requested to ensure the payment of fees without delay. 
  • Ask and keep the receipts for all payments done.
  • Parents should enquire with the management about all complaints made by your ward.
  • We wish the students are disciplined and cooperative. If you have any complaints, please report to the concerned authority and avoid gossiping.
  • If the above mentioned rules and regulations are not followed, disciplinary actions will be taken.