Roles and Responsibilities


           The role of a Proctor includes helping students plan course schedules, aiding students when they encounter academic difficulties, thinking through with them their overall course programs and ultimate concentration plans. They are a source of guidance, consultation, and sometimes just someone with whom to celebrate an exciting moment, or to lend a shoulder to cry on.

             “Being a proctor means being a role model for the students and being available to them at all times if they have questions or problems”.

The Proctor is expected to:

  • Supervise the investigation of any alleged breach of the Student Conduct Regulations. This will involve interviewing students and keeping a written record of such meetings.
  • Call for a meeting of the students during assigned hours or at the convenience of both faculty and students but it happens at least once in a week.
    • Report to the Principal about those students who avoid meeting the Proctor
    • Have meetings with the parents if needed and serve as a bridge between parents and the teachers. Keep the parents appraised about the academic progress and general behavior of their wards