Rules And Regulation At SGRRITS

Code Of Conduct

Introduction

SGRRITS is a premier educational institution at Dehradun. The institute aims at the overall development of personality of the students. The code of conduct will make them understand ethos and values, prevent them from wrong doings and transform them into worthy citizens of the nation. Analytic approach in teaching and Do’s and Dont’s will help them reach their goal easily

Application of Rules

These rules shall apply to all students of SGRRITS with immediate effect, even if they were admitted before date of enforcement of these rules.

Modification of Rules

These rules are subject to modification as may be considered necessary by the authorities of the Institute or Disciplinary committee of the institute from time to time.

Guiding Principles:

  • SGRRITS seeks an environment that promotes academic achievement and integrity.

  • Institute wishes a community free from violence, threat and intimidation. It wishes a community respectful to rights, opportunities and welfare of all its students and employees.

  • Institute supports and is guided by state and federal laws while setting its own standards of conduct for its academic community.

  • The institute is dedicated to the rational and orderly resolution of conflict.

  • The institute is dedicated to responsible stewardship of its resources, protecting its property and resources from theft, damage, destruction or misuse.

Disciplinary offences

The following will be considered as disciplinary offences:-

  • Scholastic Dishonesty
    This means plagiarizing, cheating on assignments and examinations, engaging in unauthorized collaboration on academic work, submitting false or incomplete records of academic achievements, falsify records, dishonesty obtain grades, honor, awards on professional endorsement, forging or misusing university academic record or falsifying data, research procedures etc.

  • Disruptive classroom conduct
    It means engaging in behavior that substantially or repeatedly interrupts either the faculty’s ability to teach or student learning.

  • Refusal to identify and comply
    Willfully refusing or falsely identifying one’s self or willfully failing to comply with a proper order or summons when requested by an authorized institute official.

  • Falsification
    Willingly, providing misleading or incomplete information, forging or altering official institute records or documents, or conspiring with or inducing others to forge or alter institution’s documents or making a false report of natural disaster or other emergency to an institute official or an emergency service agency.

  • Threatening, Harassing and Assaultive conduct
    It means engaging in conduct that endangers the health, safety or welfare of another person, within the institute campus.

  • Attempt to injure or defraud
    It means making, forging, printing, reproducing, copying on altering any records document, writing or identification used or maintained by the institute, when done with intent to injure, defraud or misinform.

  • Disorderly conduct
    It means engaging in conduct that incites or threatens to incite an assault, breach of the peace, obstructing or disrupting teaching, research, administrative or public service functions or obstructing or disrupting disciplinary procedures or authorized institute activities

  • Legal Or unauthorized Possession or use of weapons
    It means possessing or use of weapons or articles or substances usable as weapons including but not limited to firearms, incendiary devices, explosives and dangerous biological or chemical agents.

  • Violation of Institute rules
    Violation of institute rules means engaging in conduct that violates institute regulations that have been posted or published including institute policy on ragging or sexual Harassment.

  • Gambling
    Indulging in gambling within Institute campus

  • Unauthorized use of institute facilities and services
    It means wrongfully using institute property or facilities, misusing, altering or damaging any of the item including funds.

  • Unauthorized Possession or use of drugs or alcohol in institute premises
    It means possession of unauthorized drugs, alcohol or other prohibited substances and/or consumption of these in the Campus, or aiding in usage of these by others in the Campus. Entry is strictly restricted for anyone under the influence of drugs / alcohol or any other prohibited substances.

  • Theft, Property Damage and vandalism
    Theft, property damage and vandalism include theft or embezzlement or damage or destruction or unauthorized possession of or wrongful sale or gift of property of the Institute.

Violation of code of conduct

Actions to be initiated:-

  • A Preliminary investigation will be conducted by the respective department head.

  • Case will be referred to the proctor. Proctor board will decide that the violation is serious or minor in nature.

  • In case violation is minor in nature, Proctor will conduct an inquiry and decide the punishment/penalty.

  • In case violation is serious in nature, the matter will be referred to the Institute Disciplinary Committee, which will take up the enquiry/hearing in the following manner:-

    • Issue show cause notice to the student specifying the charges. May allow upto three days for response and conduct further hearing on an expeditious manner.

    • Student will be required to be present himself for the hearing. In case she/he chooses not to appear for the hearing, the hearing will proceed exparte.

    • Findings will be discussed with Dean Admin and the Director before awarding punishment

Points to be kept in mind while processing a case of violating code of conduct

  • Being given an opportunity of being heard

  • Observe the principal of Natural Justice.

Penalties/Punishment

The following penalties / punishment can be given in case the violation of code of conduct is established:-

  • Withholding scholarship or other benefits.

  • Debarring from participation in academic activities.

  • Withholding result.

  • Debarring from exams.

  • Suspension from class for a specific period.

  • Impose fine.

  • Public apology.

  • Expulsion from hostel/mess (if applicable).

  • Cancellation of admission/expulsion from institute.

  • Filing FIR with Local Police.

  • Prosecuting for criminal offence.

Conclusion

The code of conduct has been made to prevent student indulging in unwanted activities rather concentrate on academic activities and ultimately achieve their aim, These rules can be changed from time to time as per the requirement.