Code of Conduct for Students
· Students must attend lectures, practical’s, tutorials, etc. as per the Time Table. They must not abstain themselves from classes, practices, tutorials, examinations etc. without written permission of the Principal. Students whose attendance and/or progress in various tests and examinations is not satisfactory and who do not perform the required number of tutorials and/or practical are likely to lose their terms. Students who do not submit compulsory project work in subject are likely to lose their term. Prolonged absence even on grounds of ill health may also lead to loss of terms. Defaulters will not be sent up for University Examinations.
· The Identity Card is meant for identifying bonafide students and is used for permitting the student to enter college campus and to participate in various activities and programs of the College. Every Student should carry their valid college Identity card whenever in college or representing the college at any other place. Further, it should be produced whenever demanded by any of the college staff. She/he must take proper care of it to avoid its misuse by other students and outsiders. In case the Identity Card is lost, the matter should be immediately reported to the Principal and a complaint should be lodged to the Police and an application with the photocopy of NC should be submitted for a duplicate Identity Card, which will be issued on payment of charges.
· During the conduct of lectures, students should not loiter in and around the college premises.
· The college does enforce a dress code on all working days except on Wednesday. However, all students are expected to observe decorum with regards to both clothing and behavior on Wednesday.
· While representing the college at any other place, the student’s behavior should not be detrimental to the image of the college.
· In case of any problem, personal or academic, students should report to the Prof-in-charge of their respective class or the Vice-Principal, who will help them solve their problems.
· Students shall not bring any outsiders to the college premises.
· Students shall not collect any fund from other students or from outsiders without the written permission of the Principal.
· Students shall not organize picnics, excursion, trips etc. without prior written permission of the Principal.
· The powers relating to the disciplinary action in the college will rest with the Principal and his decision in this respect shall be final. Anyone who violates the code of conduct will be severely dealt with accordingly.
· Students should not write on benches/walls and should help in maintaining the learning environment neat and clean.
· Use of mobile phones is prohibited in college premises and any violation will be treated as Misconduct
· Playing music on Transistors, Tape-recorders, Car-stereos, Mobile Telephones or any other similar gadgets with or without earphones is strictly prohibited in the College premises. Defaulters will be punished and their instrument confiscated.
· No student will be allowed to conduct any political activity in the College premises
· All meetings, cultural programs, debates, elocutions, etc. organized on the College premises must be held in presence of teaching staff members and with the prior permission of the Principal. The subjects of debates/elocutions must have the prior approval of the Principal.
· Students must take proper care of the College property. Strict action will be taken against the student/s damaging College property and will be required to compensate the damage.
· Students involved in malpractices at the College / University Examinations will not be admitted to the College.
Smoking is strictly prohibited in the College premises. If, for any reason, the continuance of a student in the College is found detrimental to the best interest of the College, the Principal may ask the student to leave the College without assigning any reasons and the decision will be final and binding on the student.
Acts of misbehavior, misconduct, indiscipline or violation of the Rules of Discipline mentioned above are liable for one or more punishments as stated below:
1. Warning to the student.
2. Warning to the student as well as a letter to the parents.
3. Imposition of a fine.
4. Denial of gymkhana, library, laboratory, N.C.C., N. S. S., student aid or any other facility for a specified period or for the complete Term/year.
5. Cancellation of Terms.
6. Refusal of admission in the next term or academic year.
7. Cancellation of admission.
8. Expulsion from the College for a specified period.
Code of Conduct for Teachers
1. Professional Values and Relationships – Teacher should:
1.1 Be caring, fair and committed to the best interests of the pupils/students entrusted to
their care and seek to motivate, inspire and celebrate effort and success.
1.2. Acknowledge and respect the uniqueness, individuality and specific needs of pupils/
students and promote their holistic development.
1.3. Be committed to equality and inclusion and to respecting and accommodating
diversity including those differences arising from gender, civil status, family status,
sexual orientation, religion, age, disability, race, ethnicity, membership of the traveler
community and socio- economic status, and any further grounds as may be referenced in
equality legislation in the future.
1.4. Seek to develop positive relationships with pupils/students, colleagues, parents,
school management and others in the school community, that are characterized by
professional integrity and judgment.
1.5. Work to establish and maintain a culture of mutual trust and respect in their college.
2. Professional Integrity- Teachers should:
2.1. Act with honesty and integrity in all aspects of their work.
2.2. Respect the privacy of others and the confidentiality of information gained in the
course of professional practice, unless a legal imperative requires disclosure or there
is a legitimate concern for the wellbeing of an individual.
2.3. Represent themselves, their professional status, qualifications and experience
2.4. Use their name/names as set out in the Register of Teachers, in the course of their
2.5. Avoid conflict between their professional work and private interests which could
reasonably be deemed to impact negatively on pupils/students.
3. Professional Conduct- Teachers should:
3.1. Uphold the reputation and standing of the profession.
3.2. Take all reasonable steps in relation to the care pupils/students under their
supervision, so as to ensure their safety and welfare.
3.3. Work within the framework of relevant legislation and regulations.
3.4. Comply with agreed national and school policies, procedures and guidelines which
aim to promote pupil/student education and welfare and child protection.
3.5. Report, where appropriate, incidents or matters which impact on pupil/student
3.6. Communicate effectively with pupils/students, colleagues, parents, school
management and others in the school community in a manner that is professional,
collaborative and supportive, and based on trust and respect.
3.7. Ensure that any communication with pupils/ students, colleagues, parents, school
management and others is appropriate, including communication via electronic media,
such as e-mail, texting and social networking sites college.
3.8. Ensure that they do not knowingly access, download or otherwise have in their
possession while engaged in College activities, inappropriate materials/images in
electronic or other format
3.9. Ensure that they do not knowingly access, download or otherwise have in their
possession, illicit materials/images in electronic or other format
3.10 ensure that they do not practise while under the influence of any substance which
impairs their fitness to teach.
4. Professional Practice- Teachers should:
4.1. Maintain high standards of practice in relation to pupil/student learning, planning,
monitoring, assessing, reporting and providing feedback
4.2. Apply their knowledge and experience in facilitating pupils’/students’ holistic
4.3. Plan and communicate clear, challenging and achievable expectations for
4.4. Create an environment where pupils/ students can become active agents in the
learning process and develop lifelong learning skills
4.5. Develop teaching, learning and assessment strategies that support differentiated
learning in a way that respects the dignity of all pupils/ students
4.6. Inform their professional judgment and practice by engaging with, and reflecting on,
pupil/student development, learning theory, pedagogy, curriculum development, ethical
practice, educational policy and legislation
4.7. In a context of mutual respect, be open and responsive to constructive feedback
regarding their practice and, if necessary, seek appropriate support, advice and guidance
4.8. Act in the best interest of pupils/students.
5. Professional Development- Teacher should:
5.1. Take personal responsibility for sustaining and improving the quality of their professional practice by:
- Actively maintaining their professional knowledge and understanding to ensure it
- Reflecting on and critically evaluating their professional practice, in light of their
professional knowledge base
- Availing of opportunities for career-long professional development
6. Professional Collegiality and Collaboration- Teachers should:
6.1. Work with teaching colleagues and student teachers in the interests of sharing,
developing and supporting good practice and maintaining the highest quality of
educational experiences for pupils/students
6.2. Work in a collaborative manner with pupils/students, parents/guardians, College
management, other members of staff, relevant professionals and the wider College
community, education as appropriate, in seeking to effectively meet the needs of
6.3. Cooperate with the Inspectorate of the Department of Education and Skills and other
statutory and public non-statutory educational and support services, as appropriate
6.4. Engage with the planning, implementation and evaluation of curriculum at
classroom, College and University level.
Code of Conduct for Principal
1. The Principal shall perform the duties as may be assigned to him from time to time.
2. He shall be in charge of the units/sections and shall be responsible for their normal and
3. He shall look after day-to-day work of the Section/Unit of which he is in charge as per
the instructions from the higher authorities from time to time.
4. He shall be responsible for planning and scheduling of the entire work of the
section/unit/department well in advance and shall take the periodical reviews of its
5. He shall assign/reassign specific jobs to his subordinates, and shall also decide the
time dimension in respect of each of the jobs so assigned, where the norms are not laid
6. He shall ensure and maintain proper co-ordination and follow up with other
Department/Unit/Section and shall be totally accountable for follow up actions on the
decisions given by the University authorities.
7. He shall be responsible for smooth and efficient running/working of the
section/unit/department and timely disposal of cases letters, bills, reports, returns etc.
and decide and maintain proper filling procedure.
8. He shall ensure that the cases/letters requiring immediate and urgent disposal are dealt
9. He shall deal with non-routine cases referred to him by the supervisory staff working
in his section/unit/department. He shall call meetings of his staff periodically and also
train the members of his department and provide guidance to all.
10. He shall keep exhaustive and self-contained notes of important papers pass down and
keep track of their movements till final disposal and also consider the proceedings of
11. He shall exercise constant vigilance, which is sine/quinoa of speedy and qualitative
disposal of work, safety of the record, regular and orderly behaviors of the staff.
12. He shall hold meeting every fortnight with teaching and non teaching staff to discuss
the arrears of work, procedural knot-point and other problems, which create
bottlenecks in the quick disposal of cases of his Unit/Department.
13. He shall appraise the plan which he may prepare and its time schedule to employees
working under him, watch results, appraise responses and motivate individuals
towards achievements of objectives. He shall also deal with staff in a just manner and
shall show no discrimination on whatever ground and would look after the welfare of
the employees working under him.
Code of Conduct for Office Staff
1. To exercise, check and to follow up the incoming letters received from the University
2. To point out mistake or misstatements, if any, and draw attention wherever necessary, to
the statutory or customary practice and point out rules wherever they are concerned.
3. To ensure the prompt dispatch of letters.
4. To arrange filing of the papers and arrange files in order year-wise and subject-wise.
5. To scrutinize notes/cases submitted by the lower staff, put his own remarks/suggestions, if
any, and submit the same to the Principal.
6. To maintain calendar of periodical returns for incoming and outgoing separately.
7. To attend to such other work that may be assigned to him with the approval of the
8. To enter the mail and letters and inter-departmental correspondence/files etc. letters,
documents etc. addressed to the officers by name will be received by the officers
9. To acknowledge letters received.
10. To prepare list of letters issued during a fortnight to which replies have not been received
and for which reminders are required to be sent.
11. To open and maintain service book/new file(s)-note-book(s), do copying work/rubber
stamping and to attend to all types of administrative/clerical work.
12. To maintain different registers, forms etc.
13. To keep a notebook to watch timely disposal of urgent papers.
14. To prepare routine letters/replies for approval where noting is not required to issue
15. Any other work assigned from time to time with the approval of the Principal.
16. To write various books of accounts such as ledger salary register, income tax register.
17. To ensure filing of vouchers and papers.
18. To prepare bills for payment.
19. To prepare various returns.
Code of Conduct for Laboratory Assistant
1. To assist students and teachers in conducting practical and experiments.
2. To maintain dead stock register and register of consumable materials and to undertake
physical stock verification of laboratory materials.
3. To assist them In charge of Laboratory in purchase and procurement of laboratory
4. To supervise the work of laboratory attendants working under him.
5. To assist them In charge of laboratory in routine administrative matters and to ensure that
the laboratory facilities are not misused by any person.
6. To report about breakages/losses in laboratory, to his superiors.
7. To report to In charge of laboratory about misbehaviors inside the laboratory.
8. To ensure that all the cupboards, doors, windows and gates are properly closed by the
9. To attend to such other duties as may be specially brought to his notice, with the approval
of the Head of the Department.
Code of Conduct for Laboratory Attendants
1. To clean laboratory and to keep Laboratory materials including apparatus and equipments
in proper place.
2. To render physical assistance to students, teachers and other Laboratory Staff in
movement of laboratory equipment, instruments, chemical and other materials within
and outside the laboratory.
3. To assist Laboratory Assistant and other laboratory staff in physical stock verification of
laboratory equipment, instruments, chemicals and other materials.
4. To render physical assistance to students and teachers in conducting practical and
5. To report about loss of laboratory equipment and other materials to his superiors.
6. To open and to lock cupboards, doors, windows and gates of laboratory.
7. To attend to delivery of letters connected with laboratory and its staff.
8. To attend to such other duties which are assigned to him by the Laboratory staff, with the
approval of In charge of the Laboratory.
Code of conduct for Peons
1) To open windows etc. in morning and switch on fans and lights and closing to close
the same, when not required.
2) Do dustings of office furniture, machines, files, table equipment, switch on light and
fans and switch them off when not required, remove and replace covers of machines.
3) Do the work of opening, pasting and sorting and arranging paper and circulars in
accordance with instructions of the Section Officer/Branch Head, and also do the work
of stitching agenda and minutes of meeting according to instructions.
4) Do the work of affixing stamps, sticking and scaling envelopes or wrappers, packing
up of parcels.
5) Carry messages, papers, registers, files, circulars, bags, portable size etc., from one
place to another inside office or outside as the case may be.
6) Carry papers, franking machines etc. within building and other such portable items
(office equipment) from one place to another.
7) Operate photocopy machine, wherever necessary.
8) Carry out any other work of similar nature which the Officer in charge/Dy. Registrar/
Assistant Registrar/Section Officer/Principal/Office Superintendent, may instruct.
9) Serve drinking water to employees and to visitors, when required.
10) Dispatch letters including letters by hand delivery (all peons getting bank duty
allowance shall take cash/cheques etc. to banks, as per instructions).
11) Any other work as may be assigned to him by the concerned officer from time to time