GNIET & GNIT stands for discipline and in true sense it is achieving its set target to make its students maintaining high morals and ethical standards to display an example of good citizen of India. The academic calendar is prepared well before the start of new academic session and strictly followed throughout the year. The records of each and every students in terms of activity, result, special achievements, absenteeism or even indiscipline are maintained and further due steps are taken accordingly.
Student’s Code of Conduct
- Students must behave with modesty and dignity inside and outside the college.
- Students must treat everyone viz. Classmates/ batch-mates, seniors, juniors, teaching & non-teaching staff, female students and other college officials with courtesy and respect in and out of the college.
- Usage of abusive/ offensive language is unacceptable and must be avoided.
- Involvement of students in any kind of physical or mental abuse/harassment to any person in college premises or during college events will be considered as a punishable act.
- Any behaviour or act done by the student(s) inside or outside the college premises which may directly or indirectly damage college’s reputation will not be tolerated and strict actions will be taken against the student(s) responsible for such behaviour or act.
- Student(s) must abide by the rules and regulations/procedures/policies set by the college in relation to education or individual behaviour.
- Student(s) should be respectful and obedient to their teachers and other college staff and carry out their instructions carefully.
- Student(s) must behave appropriately not just within the college premises but on college transport as well.
- It is mandatory for all the students to come college in formals/college uniforms.
- Wearing accessories like junk jewelleries, scarves, hats, glares, or any other excessive items is not permissible.
- Formal/college uniforms should be clean and properly ironed.
- It is compulsory for the all students to be regular in lectures, exams and other events. Arriving late will only be allowed in genuine cases.
- Students must not leave the college premises before the closing hour.
- Students may apply for leave or early leave in case of urgency
- Mobile phones should be switched off during lectures and must not be kept at the time of conduction of exams.
- Wearing college identity card is mandatory for all the students and they must be ready to present it whenever required.
- Student(s) are not supposed to bunk lectures or take leaves frequently. For availing leave, one has to inform the class-in charge. In case of medical leave, submission of medical certificate along with the medical prescription given by registered/certified doctor is must.
- Consumption of alcohol/ cigarette/tobacco in the college premises and in college uniform outside college is strictly prohibited If found indulging in such act, strict action will be taken against that student.
- Playing radios, MP3 players or other instruments, clicking photos, video shooting or audio recording of staff members in classrooms/laboratories/library is strictly prohibited.
- Students should talk softly in the college premises or while talking through the corridors. They must avoid sitting/standing in groups in case of arrival of VIPs/Guests. They must also avoid obstructing entry/exit.
- Copying during examination should be avoided as it may lead to disciplinary action by the college authority.
- Students have to keep their parents informed in terms of important college matters, their attendance and academic results.
- Student must drive safely within the college premises or elsewhere and park vehicles at designated parking area.
- Everyone is responsible for their own valuables (gold rings, chains, cell phones, debit/credit cards, cash, etc.). College authority will not be responsible for any theft or damage caused to them.
- Bringing outsiders in college without prior consent from higher authority will be considered as an intentional act of breaking security of college and will invite to appropriate action as per the policy.
- Waste papers/Wrappers/Poly bags/disposable glasses should be thrown in the bins only instead of floors, stairways, class-rooms, washrooms or any other pathways within the college premises.
- One must not uproot plants or hamper the beauty of lawns.
- One must avoid excessive noise or over excited behaviour in the premises.
- Spitting on the floors or walls of college building will not be tolerated.
- Cleanliness is to be strictly maintained in washrooms.
- Students are expected to study with full dedication and devotion.
- Students should complete assignments, projects, and any other classroom activities set by the faculty for evaluation, on time.
- During leisure, students must utilise their time by reading books, journals, newspapers and other advantageous materials available in library or surfing for useful reasons on internet, solving difficulties of varied subjects, participating in sports,etc.
- Students should take initiative to organise events and other co-curricular and extracurricular activities at college or inter college level for their self improvement.
College Infrastructure / Property
- Any damage (intentional or unintentional) caused to college property/infrastructure/assets/facilities will be regarded as a serious misconduct and punishable act.
- Writing, carving or sticking something on benches or on college walls will invite strict action to the guilty.
- Theft from or damage to college premises or property will be dealt severely.
- Students should not fiddle with fan regulators and switch boards and must switch off the fans and lights before leaving the classrooms.
Use of Computer Network
- Wi-Fi facility, provided for the ease of access, must be properly utilised.
- Visits to restricted websites or watching offensive contents on internet is punishable act according to law and thus action will be taken accordingly.
- Students are expected to turn off the systems before leaving the computer labs.
- Students are required to put efforts to make the virus free computer network.
Teachers’ Code of Conduct
- Employee shall not use disrespectful language while speaking. Due respect should be given to the superiors as well as subordinates for their position, rank, qualifications and knowledge.
- Employee should not indulge in any derogatory loose talk against college, members of management, his or her colleagues, superiors, subordinates or students.
- Gifts: College employee shall not accept or permit any member of his family to accept from any person any gift which places him in any form of official obligation.
- Subscriptions: No College employee shall, without obtaining the previous sanction of the Principal, ask for or accept or in anyway participate in the raising of any subscription or other pecuniary assistance in pursuance of any object whatsoever except for routine farewell and felicitation functions connected with the college.
- All employees are expected to deal kindly with the students within the framework of rules and without sacrificing discipline. Any action on the part of any employee, whether teachers or supporting staff members or members of the ministerial staff, which results in obstruction in the normal work and or puts the administration / management in an embarrassing situation or causes tarnishing of the image of the college in the eyes of the University or general public, shall be seriously dealt with.
- It shall be the duty of every one of the employees to honor the confidence reposed in him by the college and not to divulge any information obtained by him in the course of his official duties to any unauthorized person or to make any improper use thereof. An employee connected with examination work is specially required to be very cautious in the observance of this rule and should not under any circumstances divulge any information that passes through his hands in the discharged of his duties, to unauthorized persons.
- College employees shall not either in any document published by them or in any communication made by them to the Press or in any public criticism of the college administration. In such manner as is repugnant to the dignity of the college employee and causes embarrassment to the administration in its relations with its staff or the students of the College or the University or the government or any other agency.
- Faculty and Lab Staff shall not use mobile phones while conducting classes and laboratory practicals. They shall not carry mobiles/pagers/phones to classes/laboratories.
- No faculty member shall use mobile/pager/phone while the meeting is held at any level.
- All employees shall be dressed appropriately at all occasions. Uniform where applicable should be worn with pride.
- All employees will wear Identity Cards in the College premises.
- All employees shall be punctual to their duties and shall strictly adhere to the College timings.
- All the employees shall strictly obey the instructions and circulars issued by the authorities from time to time.
- Teachers shall be at the appointed classroom at the appointed time without any exception.
- Every teacher shall take attendance at the beginning of the teaching hour.
- Every teacher shall close the hour punctually at the end of the hour.
- A teacher finding a student committing any act of misconduct in the class or in the premises, shall immediately take appropriate action, which shall be taking correctional action fit is within his/her power or reporting the matter to the Principal/Vice Principal.
- Every staff member shall attend all the departmental and institutional functions and carry out responsibilities assigned by employing best of their skills and attention.
- Faculties and staff members shall not engage themselves in other activities/businesses, which affect their effective contribution in the department and the college.
- Faculties and Staff members shall not receive gifts of any kind from the students or their parents for any favoritism.
- Teachers shall maintain a respectable work conduct in terms of
- Preparation for the particular day’s classes, with latest information added to earlier course content.
- Keeping all teaching and material required for conducting the class in an orderly manner.
- Going according to session plan for the day and completing the syllabus for the semester without any backlog.
- Following up assignments and tests given to students, evaluating in time and giving feedback to the students.
- Ensuring the orderly arrangement of class room and its cleanliness with the help of students and the cleaning staff, wherever appropriate.
- Obtaining prior sanction for leave of absence and forewarning the students of such absence as a measure of courtesy.
- Teachers shall observe good personal conduct in terms of
- Not using any abusive language towards students, fellow teachers, parents and other members of public.
- Not entering into quarrels, fights or any act of disrespectable nature.
- Not engaging in any activity / business inside the college premises including money lending, canvassing for the sale of any articles or distribution of any commodity.
- Not to affiliate with any political organization, this may cause conflict of interest with the duties of a teacher and the reputation of the institution.
- Faculties shall confirm to the ethical standards of a teacher as described in Annexure 6.
- Any teacher who is violating the code of conduct defined in Section 7.1 of his manual will be subjected to appropriate disciplinary action by the Principal/Management.
- If a teacher commits an act of misconduct or misdemeanor by violating the code of conduct, any one can report in writing to the Principal.
- The Principal shall hold a preliminary enquiry on the matter, by calling the person on whom the report is given, as quickly as possible and such enquiry shall be held in presence of the complainant.
- If the Principal is satisfied with the facts of the Complaint on such enquiry, he shall proceed with the disciplinary process, depending upon the veracity of such violation.
- He shall proceed with issuing a Show Cause Notice, fully describing the office and the action proposed to be taken, giving sufficient time for the accused teacher for giving his/her explanation.
- On receipt of the explanation, or after the expiry of the time stipulated for submission of explanation, the Principal shall go through the merit of the explanation and decide on the course of action, which may include a punishment.
- The course of action for disciplining a teacher shall be under the following categories:
- Memo and Censure.
- Warning in writing, with recovery of amount, where financial loss is involved in the act.
- Suspension from work without remuneration.
- Dismissal or discharge from service.
- Any staff member receiving more than two memo or warning will be given punishments mentioned in cord.
- Where the punishment proposed is in the categories c or d under Section 7.2.7, the Principal shall constitute a one man court of domestic enquiry to go into details in the presence of the accused, giving fair opportunity to the accused to present his/her case, observing principle of natural justice.
- The Principal/Vice Principal shall report the proceeding periodically to the Management.
- The Principal/Vice Principal shall constitute a Grievance Committee to redress the Grievance of the teaching and non-teaching staff.
- The Grievance Committee shall be composed of three persons in the ranks of Head of the Department, Principal/Vice Principal/Director/Dean and Management.
- The Principal/Vice Principal shall announce the Constitution of the Committee and the names of members at the beginning of every academic year.
- The grievance committee shall:
- Have a member secretary, to monitor the proceedings
- Meet once every week on a stipulated day and time.
- Any teaching or non-teaching staff having a grievance, he or she shall make a representation to the Committee.
- The member Secretary of the Grievance Committee shall include such grievance as an item of the agenda in the next week meeting unless the seriousness of the grievance warrants a meeting to be commissioned immediately.
- The grievances shall be redressed immediately by the committee and by the Management.
The Member-Secretary shall record and maintain the minutes of meetings.
ETHICAL STANDARS FOR TEACHERS
Shall live and lead by example in every sphere of conduct particularly to inculcate a culture in students.
- to respect parents, teachers, elders
- to express the love of brotherhood to fellow students
- to accept and extend due respect to every religion and social grouping
- to love the nation and commit their endeavour’s to her progress.
Shall have a sense of belonging to the institution
Shall assume total dedication to the teaching profession
Shall always have an urge to excel in professional expertise.
Shall wear respectable attire, befitting the society’s expectations.
Shall keep up immaculate personal hygiene at all times.
Shall never appear untidy, through style of dressing, grooming of hair or in respect of any other ornament one wears.
Shall never have the habit of chewing, smoking or consumption of alcoholic drinks.
Shall never gossip or discuss unauthentic information with peers or other members of public which might provoke a sensation or ill feeling of any sort.
Shall always listen to students with concern, whether it be in respect of doubts in lessons or it be relating to any personal help.
Shall always motivate the students, giving them a feeling of comfort and encouraging their enthusiastic expressions.
Shall attend to parents as a true representative of the Institution, clarify their doubts with concern and help them understanding the system in a better manner.
Shall confer with them on any special problem pertaining to their wards; assist them in solving the problem and guiding them properly on how and who to approach for further help.
Shall always give the parents authentic and correct information and never enter into any form of gossiping either relating to the college or of fellow teachers, student or any other member of society:
Shall always accept the entity of fellow teachers, honour their sentiments and respect their value system.
Shall always endeavour to assist fellow teachers, either in their teaching practice or in any form of adjustment required for discharging their responsibilities.
Shall always report 5 minutes prior to the commencement of the reporting time.