1. The College staff council shall consist of the Principal and the Lecturers.
2. The Principal shall be the President ex-officio of the council. The Council shall appoint one of its members as the Secretary. The members so appointed shall hold office for one year, but shall be eligible for re-appointment.
3. The general administration of the college shall vest with the Principal subject to control of Government. Some of the general administrative work of the college may be distributed by the Principal among the members of the council to be done under the general supervision of the Principal,
e.g. library, athletics, maintenance of buildings and grounds, association, magazine, etc.
4. The Council is empowered to consider and report on any question concerning the college whether as regards accommodation, courses of instruction or discipline; but it shall not interfere with the general administration of the college except when such authority is entrusted to it by the Principal.
5. All questions of promotions, term certificates and the award of scholarships, prizes and medals shall be decided by the Council.
6. Cases of serious misconduct on the part of students involving the loss of their term certificates or their removal or expulsion from the college shall be dealt with by the Principal, ordinarily in consultation with the council.
7. Meeting of the council shall be convened at such intervals as the Principal may consider necessary. He shall also convene a meeting when required to do so by the Government, or on written requisition by not less than two of the members.
8. It shall be the duty of the Secretary to give notice of the meeting of the Council, to keep a report of the proceedings of such meetings and to forward through the Principal a copy of the proceedings to the Government when required.
9. Not less than three clear days’ notice of a meeting shall ordinarily be given to each of the members. The notice shall be accompanied by an agenda paper showing the business to be transacted at the meeting together with and papers that may be necessary for reference.
10. The President, or in his absence the Senior Lecturer-in-charge shall take the chair at the meetings of the council.
11. Not less than a majority of the memebers, shall form quorum and all questions shall be decided by a majority of the votes of the members present. If the votes including the vote of the Chairman are equally divided, the Chairman shall have a casting vote.The Principal may over-rule any decision of the College Council; but in such case he shall make a report to Government setting forth his reasons for doing so.
12. The Chairman shall be the sole judge on any point of order. He may call any members to order and shall have power to take such action as may be necessary to enforce his dicision.
13. In matters of doubt regarding the constitution or procedure, the ruling of the Principal shall be conclusive.
14. The Principal shall have charge of the office records and correspondence of the college. The members of the council may have access to these during the days and hours to be fixed by the Principal provided, however that no member shall have access to cofidential record or correspondence without the special permission of the Principal.
15. The budget shall be framed by the Principal in consultation with the council and forwarded to the Government.
16. Notwithstanding anything contained in the forgoing rules it shall be competent to the Principal to dispose of any matter which should ordinarily be disposed of by the Council, but which in his opinion is so emergent in nature that it cannot be postponed. Action, taken by the Principal under this rule should be reported to the Council as soon as possible.