A student enrolling in the College assumes an obligation to conduct himself or herself in a manner compatible with the institute’s function as an educational institution. Actions considered inimical to the institute and subject to discipline fall into the categories of academic and nonacademic misconduct. The Student Code of conduct clearly defines these expectations and outlines the adjudication process. The purpose of the Student Code of Conduct is to educate all members of the college community and to maintain an environment conducive to academic excellence.
The college reserves the right to take necessary and appropriate actions to protect the safety and well being of the college community.
The primary responsibility for managing the classroom environment rests with the teacher. Student who engages in any prohibited or unlawful acts that result in disruption of a class may be directed by the teacher to leave the class for the remainder of the class period. Longer suspension from the class, or dismissal from the college on disciplinary grounds, must be administered by the Principal in accordance with his/her conduct.
Every member of the faculty and staff has the responsibility as well as the power to check any disorderly or improper conduct of, or any breach of the regulations by students in any part of the college premises or outside when on a visit that has been sponsored or organized by it. Misconduct in a classroom when a student is under the charge of a teacher shall not be allowed and punitive action, if found guilty, may be initiated depending upon the seriousness of the misconduct and in accordance with the procedure and the powers of punishment lie with the principal. Faculty members have been given powers to warn students and also to forward observation slips about the bad conduct of any student.