Code of Conduct


  1. Code of Conduct for the Governing Body

    • The governing body is the institutional accountable body.

    • It is responsible for the conduct of the institution and for promoting higher grade.

    • It aims to ensure that students are attending a successful institution which provides them with good education and supports their well-being.

    • It acts in the interest of an individual profession to promote and support professionals by being a membership organisation.

    • They are usually independent of government and control entry to a specific profession, ensuring that members meet the body's standards.

    • It may provide services to members without regulating them, such as providing continuous professional development, ensuring that courses broadly cover a core curriculum.

    • Approve new programmes of study leading to degrees and/or diplomas.

    • It acts on public complaints and publish records of disciplinary procedures.

    • Determine and prescribe courses of study and syllabi, restructure and redesign the courses to suit social needs, make it skill oriented and in consonance with the job requirements.

    • Prescribe rules for admission in consonance with the reservation policy of the state government/national policy/ Minority institution.

    • Promote research in relevant fields.

  2. Code of Conduct for the Principal

    • The Principal should always be honest, fair, law-abiding, objective, supportive and protective.

    • The Principal should be a dynamic, democratic administrator, punctual and sincere in work.

    • The Principal should oversee and monitor the administration of the academic programmes and general administration of the Institute to ensure efficiency and effectiveness in the overall administrative tasks and assignments.

    • To convene the meetings of the Board of Members as per the stipulated guidelines.

    • To hold Academic Council meetings as per the norms.

    • To coordinate and motivate the faculty, administrative authorities and the supporting staff, so that to play their respective roles more effectively.

    • Encourage the Departments to organize conferences, seminars and workshops.

    • Be impartial and maintain cordial relationship with the staff members.

    • Redress the grievances of students, staff and parents. Insist on discipline, Punctuality and accountability of the students and the staff.

    • Focus on the required efforts for the placement of the students in reputed companies.

  3. Code of Conduct for the Teaching Staff

    • Staff should maintain decorum both inside and outside the classroom.

    • Seek to make professional growth continuously through teaching and research.

    • Express and share knowledge by participating in professional meetings, seminars and conferences.

    • Participate in extension, co-curricular and extracurricular activities including community services.

    • Work to improve education in the community and strengthen the community services.

    • Be aware of social problems and take part in such activities that would be conducive to the progress of society and country as whole.

    • Guide and counsel the students to be responsible citizens.

  4. Code of Conduct for the Non-Teaching Staff

    • Support staff members are expected to proceed their daily duties in a professional manner with whom they interact.

    • Support staff members are assessed in relation to college activity like job performance, workplace conduct, relationship with students, faculty, colleagues, administrative staff and the general public.

    • Familiarize themselves with College policies that are relevant to their responsibilities and adhere to the policies to the best of their ability.

    • Support staff will not use the workplace to spread negative, malicious, unkind remarks and rumours.

  5. Code of Conduct for the Students

    • Every student must attend the college regularly and punctually.

    • The students should be present at the class rooms after the first bell.

    • Students must wear ID cards inside the campus during working hours.

    • No students should leave the class room without permission of corresponding staff.

    • Students should submit applications for leave duly signed by the parent or guardian or Deputy Warden to the Head of the Department.

    • The students are expected to spend their leisure time in library.

    • The students are prohibited from taking part in activities fostering communal and political hatred.

    • No student should cause damage to the college property.

    • The students are expected to read notices displayed on the notice boards regularly.

    • The students are expected to write all the Continuous Internal Assessment Examination conducted in each semester sincerely.

    • Students should keep the campus clean.

    • Ragging in any form is prohibited on and off the campus.