Code of Conduct

The Code of conduct is central to the success and reputation of an institution. It is therefore important for staff and students to follow the College Code of Conduct. This Code defines the standards of conduct required to be followed within the College and, in some cases, outside the College. There may be difficult situations in the course of duties and this Code is designed to enable us to know what is expected and best practices to be followed. It is the responsibility of the staff to make aware of the standards set out in this Code and to apply these standards at all times. Breach of this Code, may be liable to disciplinary action. It covers conduct at work and may also include conduct outside work which is relevant to concerned departments. Some misconduct will be treated as gross misconduct and in such cases dismissal is the normal form of disciplinary sanction.

This Code is not intended to impinge on that freedom, but rather to ensure that it is reasonably exercised in a manner not detrimental to the College, its clients or staff.

Code of Conduct for the Principal

Exhibit integrity, dignity, decorum and effectiveness at all levels.

Implement unprejudiced approaches for decision-making with employees and learners.

Maintain tolerance while dealing with burning issues among students and subordinates.

Provide equal justice to faculty members and students from different socioeconomic communities.

Allow the liberal participation of faculty in the affairs of the organization.

Code of Conduct for teachers

Remain focused on the institution's mission and vision and contribute best to the goals.

Working hours are to be dedicated to learning, training and study.

Professors must be present in college without fail on all working days and should not leave the campus on any pretext before the expiry of the specified college working hours.

Refrain from external employment that may impede the quality of learning.

Continuous attempts should be made for professional growth, in particular through involvement in study operations and updating in their region of competence.

Create a culture that fosters helpful cooperation between colleagues.

Treat peers as equals, irrespective of their status.

Unfitting open confrontations should be prevented in the professional setting.

Other colleagues' professional views and recommendations should be respected and considered.

Maintain active membership in professional organizations and work towards achieving the goals that justify such organized groups.

Be regular and report for courses on time. Unless they are allocated responsibilities elsewhere, teachers should be accessible on campus from 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Teachers may leave the campus only with the approval of the Principal during their working hours.

Teachers should be present in all student programs to preserve the discipline and promote study.

Teachers should be accessible to learners, particularly on weekdays, as much as possible.

Teachers should show their dedication to job excellence, manners and accomplishments to learners.

Teachers should uphold human dignity and promote equality of gender, religion.

Help learners create constitutional and democratic values.

Help learners distinguish between right and incorrect and injustice.

Train students for private and public property regard and gratitude.

Assist learners in exercising tolerance in their efforts to understand the thoughts and views of others that will equip them.

Do not engage in operations with the likelihood of corrupting learners.

Under no circumstances should students be exploited for the personal interest of the faculty.

Stimulate students ' spirit of inquiry.

Encourage learners to balance their participation in academic and co-curricular education.

Promoting and developing students' anti-narcotic attitudes.

Perform citizenship responsibilities and engage with due regard in community operations.

Discussions should be encouraged on contentious problems to instill critical assessment in the schools.

Encourage students ' participation in social service operations

Code of Conduct for Administrative Staff

The office employees shall be present from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. During office hours,there is no provision to leave the campus.

For the efficient administration of the organization, they should operate in an orderly and incorrupt manner.

Effective communication and interpersonal interaction should be practiced within the organization and outside.

The visitors of the institution should be welcomed.

They should be excellent team players who can collaborate on the completion of tasks on time with distinct departments.

In charge of cleanliness, maintenance and repair, technical and non-technical employees should always supervise and work towards the adherence of university equipment to quality norms.

In their dealings with students they should be kind and emotionally balanced.

Code of Conduct for Students

The students enrolled in the college should obey the rules and adhere to the discipline of the college. Students ought to observe the following rules:

Students inside and outside the classrooms are expected to join the morning prayer respectfully.
Students are advised to be neat and clean in body and spirit and to behave with courtesy and dignity. They should show due respect to all the staff memebers maintaining the family spirit. Disobedience and misconduct will be seriously dealt with.
Students should enter their classrooms at the first bell and remain in their places in perfect silence. Those who are free during any period are not allowed to loiter on the veranda during class hours and are expected to go to the reading room.
Students are expected to attend classes with regularity and punctuality and to refrain from any action that may disturb the smooth functioning of the college.
No student shall enter or leave the classroom during class time without the permission of the teacher concerned.
No student shall enter the class other than his own without the permission of the Principal during the class time or intervals.
Students are not permitted to approach any college authority in groups, and such action is subversive of orderly academic life.
All college property should be handled with great care. Scribbling and dirtying the walls in any way is strictly prohibited. Loss or destruction of college property is chargeable individually or collectively. No furniture should be displaced.
Students must observe the rules of the college given by the Principal from time to time. Complaints must be brought to the principal's notice through the class teacher.
Students should wear their identity cards while in campus and produce them on demand for inspection by any staff member or other college authorities. Identity card is to be produced at the office for issuing of any certificate from the college, remitting fees etc. If the card is lost, a duplicate may be issued at the students' expense with the special permission of the principal.
Political activity is strictly banned in campus. Students shall not resort to any strikes, dharna, picketing or conduct any procession within the campus. (See the University Students’ Code of Conduct Rules 2005.)
Without the prior sanction of the Principal, students are not permitted (a) to convene or attend meetings of any sort in any circumstances anywhere in the college buildings or its premises, (b) to set up entertainments or organize social functions in the college, (c) to make use of megaphones and loudspeakers in the campus, (d) to invite any outside persons to the college for any functions (e) to collect subscriptions of any kind, (f) to put up notices or hoist flags of any organisation or to display banners, posters, bunting etc. anywhere in the campus, (g) to place any paper, periodical or book in the reading room or circulate them in the college.
Smoking, consumption of alcoholic drinks and drugs are strictly forbidden in campus and shall invite serious disciplinary action.
All correspondence officially addressed to the Principal should contain reply postage.
All notices to the students will be put up on the notice boards.
Any student (1) who is persistently insubordinate (2) who is repeatedly or willfully mischievous, and (3) who in the opinion of the Principal is likely to have an unwholesome influence on other students shall be removed from the rolls temporarily or permanently or may be served with a compulsory T. C. according to the gravity of the offence. The Principal may refuse the grant of the term certificate for a specified period and may also report their case to the university to deal with under University regulations.
Students are not allowed to use mobile phones in the college campus and Hostels via G.O.No.RT/No.346/05 Higher Edn.Dtd.01.03.2005. Any student who violates this rule shall be punished.
Ragging: Ragging is strictly forbidden and is punishable by rustication or expulsion from the college, as per directives of the Honourable Supreme Court and M. G. University Letter No. AC A1/2/1647/07 Anti Ragging Squads are made each year to ensure that no ragging takes place.
Students are directed to Park their vehicle only in the area allotted.