Ethics and Code of Conduct
The University has prepared the Ethics and code of conduct for students and faculty members including professional ethics & social responsibilities.
Discipline (Conduct Rules)
It is imperative that the students strictly adhere to the day of opening and closing of each term during the academic year.
- The student should note that he / she is responsible to the authorities of the University not only for his / her conduct in the premises of the University but also for his / her conduct in general, outside the premises as we
- If reported, observed objectionable conduct within or outside the premises of the University /Institute and hostel, will make him / her liable for strict disciplinary ac
- If students found guilty of Ragging, he / she will liable for punishment according to clause 9.1 of the regulations, as per the High Court decision for University Act 1956-Regulation 26(1) G-
- The student should not participate in any political or antisocial activitie
- Student should help in maintaining the buildings and the campus of the University clean and tid
- If a student remains absent from their respective college for continuous period of ten days without prior permission of the HOD/Director, the University reserves the right to cancel his admission from the Institute and to strike out his / her name from the r Such a student will not be entitled for any refund.
The following acts or omissions will constitute misconduct.
- Physical assault or threat to use physical force, against any member of the teaching and non-teaching staff of institute/department and against any student within the
- Carrying of, use of or threat to use any weapons.
- Violation of the status, dignity and honour of a student belonging to the scheduled castes and scheduled tribe.
- Any practice, whether verbal or otherwise, derogatory to women
- Creating ill-will or in tolerance on religious or communal ground.
- Willfully disrupting any teaching, study, assessment or research activities or the administration of the institute.
- Willfully obstructing officer or employee of the institute in the performance of his or her duties.
- Willfully damaging or wrongfully dealing with any property under the control of the institute, any property on institute premises, or property on allocation where a student is present under the auspices of the institute.
- Disobeying or failing, without reasonable cause, to observe any provision of the bye- laws, or any rule made by the Council / Board or of any resolution of the council / board of which students have been duly notified.
- Disobeying, without reasonable cause, any instruction of an officer or employee of the institute, including failing to leave any building or part of a building when directed to do so.
- With holding relevant information or furnishing false or misleading information for purposes connected with academic progression or enrolment or proposed enrolment as a student, whether such withholding or furnishing of information takes place before or after the person becomes a student of the institute.
- Contravening any rule made by the council/board in relation to the conduct of written assessment.
- Acting dishonestly or unfairly with respect to: The preparation or presentation of any essay, project, thesis or other work to be assessed or any examination conducted by the institute.
- Indulging in Cyber Crim