Channabasaveshwara Institute of Technology

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Channabasaveshwara Institute of Technology
N.H. 206, B.H. Road, Gubbi, Tumkur 572 216
(Near Bangalore), Karnataka, India.
Tel : 08131 223818 / 223365 / 223144
Fax : 08131 223177
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Proctorial System

The proctorial system is a proven and a successful system meant for personal counselling of the students. It is basically a system that takes care of the well-being of the student with respect to both academic and non-academic issues. In short, proctorial system is a mutually beneficial relationship that offers support, guidance, assistance and contributes to the development of capable individuals.

Dear Parents;  

The Proctorial System is introduced with the main objective of providing supportive care and advice to the students and to help them in their academic problems and personal problems, if any, from time to time and to counsel them appropriately. This system would help the students to complete their studies comfortably and successfully. Efforts are made to send the progress reports of each student to his/her parent/guardians furnishing the details of attendance, class marks and examination results. These reports are sent twice in a semester (at the end of 45 days & 90 days) to the parents/guardians of all the students. The third is sent in case of such students who fail to satisfy minimum 85% attendance in all subjects & internal Marks of 50% as per the University Stipulations.  

The Proctorial system has received an excellent response and encouragement during the previous years. However, continuous efforts are being made to give the best services from our institution. To make the Proctorial process more fruitful you are requested to interact with the faculty members from time to time and give your valuable suggestions. You are requested to send in your suggestion to or call 08131-223818 and kindly furnish your email ID for future correspondence.  

Looking forward for your kind cooperation and wishing all the best to your ward  

With warm regards,  

Chief Proctor