Code of Conduct

Code of Conduct


Code of Conduct for Teachers

In fact, teaching is the noblest of all other professions. A teacher imparts knowledge, skill and experiences to his/her Students. The profession of teaching lays the base for the construction of all other professions. In the Indian tradition of Guru-Shishya Parampara, the teaching profession is entrusted with the responsibility of moulding the minds of young people so that they become worthy citizens of a human society. Such trust and responsibility calls for the highest ideals of professional service and highest degree of code of conduct.

A teacher should demonstrate, inspire and guide through his/her own conduct that learning is a character-building and nation-building activity. He/She should maintain absolute integrity, show his/her devotion to duty, and should do nothing which will be unbecoming of an employee of the college or the university. He/she shall not directly or indirectly take part in any activity which is considered to be detrimental to the academic and administrative interest of the institution in general and the students in particular.

A teacher shall not absent himself/ herself from duties, without having written permission for leave from the authority/principal. In case it is not possible to obtain such permission owing to circumstances and reasons beyond his/her control, he/she shall intimate to the authority/ principal within three days from the first date of absence, failing which the absence may be treated as leave without pay, and shall further be liable to such disciplinary action as the authority/principal may deem fit.

A teacher shall exercise integrity, fairness, openness through his or her professional commitments, responsibilities, and actions. He/she shall be committed to the best interest of student and promote their holistic development by his or her treatment in the classroom and instructions outside the class.

A teacher’s life is a life of dedication towards learning and teaching. He or she shall participate in various refreshers, orientation courses, conferences, and symposiums to get himself/herself attuned with the latest innovations in various fields.

A teacher must report in time to duty as per the working hours prescribed and should be available in the campus unless they are assigned and interested duties elsewhere.

A college teacher is encouraged to write and publish research articles in various reputed journals, present papers in conferences/seminars/symposiums, and publish books and reference books to maintain and enrich his/her academic standard.

Code of Conduct for Non-teaching Staff

Non-teaching staff are an integral part of the college and their everyday functions are what help the college functions normally and seamlessly without any hiccups and hindrances along the way. They are the people who work on the side lines and their effect is felt directly in each and every student as well as teacher in respect to their everyday activities in college.

The first and foremost duty and responsibility of a non-teaching member is to uphold the honour and dignity of the college. To do this, a member has to create an open and mutually supportive environment.

A non-teaching member should ensure that there is no misinterpretation of facts, nor should there be any misunderstanding of thoughts.

‘Honesty is the best policy’ should be the motto of a non-teaching member. Besides, the member is expected to be punctual, impartial, diligent, cooperative, helpful and a man of integrity. He/she should also be free from all sorts of personal and financial self-interest for the greater good of the institution he/she is serving.

A non-teaching member must report in time to duty as per the working hours prescribed and should be available in his/ her table or in the campus, as the case maybe, unless he/ she is assigned duty elsewhere. In case of exigencies, the authority/principal/GB decides to extend the work time. In that case, the non-teaching member is expected to abide by the change of work time.

Prior written permission is required from the principal at least one day in advance while availing leave.

The non-teaching staff in an educational institution has significant role to play in the functioning of the college and in the overall being of the students in the college. Their contribution might seem invisible at first, but it is deeply felt in the smooth functioning of the academic institution.

Code of Conduct for Students

Students must be punctual and regular in attending classes, practical classes, tutorials, midterm, and semester examinations etc. Failure to obtain the required attendance percentage, non-submission of assignment and unjustified absence from tests/ examinations will be treated as breaching the code of conduct.

The college believes in promoting a safe efficient and learning centric conducive atmosphere by enforcing behavioural standards. All students must uphold academic integrity; respect all persons, and their rights, property and safety.

The students are expected to come to college with proper dress code and identity card. The students are expected to maintain the general cleanliness within the classrooms, laboratories, and the campus. Chewing pan, gutka or any tobacco products, smoking or consumption of any other intoxicating products are strictly prohibited.

The students are not allowed to use cell phones during class hour. They should not engage themselves in any type of activity which is harmful for the institution. They should be away from anti-social, anti-national, anti-institutional, anti-communal or immoral activities. The students are not expected to interact on behalf of the college, with media representatives or invite media persons onto the campus without the permission of the principal.

Every student should maintain at least 75% attendance in the lecture of every subject. The students are required to check the notice board and also website of the college for the important announcement. During leisure hours, students are advised to use the library as maximum as possible and prepare their lessons in the reading room. The students are not permitted to provide video clipping of any activity on the campus to media without prior permission of the principal.

The students should maintain discipline and strict silence inside and outside the class. They are also expected to treat the staff members of both teaching and non-teaching wings with courtesy and respect both in and outside the college

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