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Quality Policy

Mazharul Uloom College aims to provide quality education in Arts, Science and Management studies as per the guidelines of the national policy on higher education to all sections of the society in general and Muslims in particular.  It strives to excel in teaching, research, consultancy and Extension Activities and to remain accountable in our core and support functions through processes of self-evaluation and continuous improvement.

Our Quality Policy

  • Develop human resources as per the local and national needs
  • Perform teaching as a unifying activity for nation building
  • Nurture integrity, creativity and academic freedom for the growth of the Institution
  • Ready to work in any new environment and willingness to accept the growth and quality 

 Identified Core Values

  • Empowering the youth through education by means of creating ideal environments for all round growth.
  • Achieving excellence in teaching and research by providing the required human and infrastructure facilities.
  • Implementing the quality system (IQAC) effectively with a provision to review the improvements in teaching-learning processes.
  • Networking with leading universities, business and industrial establishments.
  • Interacting with society through extension services, community and entrepreneurship development programmes.

Anti-Ragging Policy

As per the University Grants Commission's letter No. F.8-1/99 (PP-II) dated 13.01.2000, ragging may include:
Display of noisy, disorderly conduct, teasing incitement by rough or rude treatment or handling, indulging in rowdy, indiscipline activities which cause or likely to cause annoyance, undue hardship, physical or psychological harm or raise apprehension or fear in a fresher or asking the students to do any act or perform something which such a student will not do in the ordinary course, and which causes him/her shame or embarrassment or danger to his/her life.

Government Order on Ragging:

The Government of Tamil Nadu has prohibited ragging within or outside any educational institutions by passing a Government Order "Tamil Nadu Prohibition of Ragging Act 1997" vide their Order No. 7 of 1997 dt. 14.02.1997 which says that whoever directly or indirectly participated or propagates "ragging" will be punished as follows:

  • Imprisonment up to a term of two years
  • A fine of Rs. 10,000/-
  • Students convicted of the offence will be dismissed from the institution and will not be admitted in any other institution.
    As per G.O., any student found guilty of ragging and or abetting ragging shall be expelled from the institution.