Code Of Conducts

Every student (regular, external )

(*As  per  Clause  95  of  the  Maharashtra  Universities  Act,  1994  &  Gazette  Notification  part  two  77/2012   dated 21 Jun 2012 of S.G.B.A.U. Amravati)

  1. Conduct her properly and observe   strict discipline within class rooms,   library, laboratory, and college campus. He will also maintain discipline during tours, excursions and educational trips organized by the institution.
  2. She shall not do any act that directly or indirectly causes disturbance to the functioning of the institution
  1. She shall attend all the lectures and practical as prescribed by the University.

Any student   found indulging   in acts contrary   to above mentioned   code of conduct ; disciplinary action will be taken against  him/her by,  or on behalf  of,  the  Principal as mentioned in act and notification of the S. G. B. A. U. Amravati.

The following acts will be treated as gross indiscipline that can invite action:

    1. Securing admission to any UG and P.G. courses using fabricated documents or by suppression of facts.
    2. Refusing to produce the identity card issued by the institution on demand in the campus.
    3. Obstructing any  student to  take part  in academic,  co-curricular,  cultural or extension activities.
    4. Possessing or  selling or  distributing or  consuming smoking  products  &  alcohol within  the campus.
    5. Interacting with media,  Commenting  &  posting derogatorily  related to the institution  on social media,  recording  &  providing audio,  video clips  in  &  of the campus  area without  prior permission of Principal.
    6. Possessing or using any firearm or lethal weapons or explosives.
    7. Possessing or consuming or distributing any intoxicating chemicals & drugs.
    8. Indulging in any act of Ragging, Sexual Harassment, Violence in premises & campus.
    9. Instigating any violence or participating or organizing violent demonstrations or agitations or violent strikes.
    10. Instigating or  participating in any  “gherao”  or organizing  violent agitation  against any member of the teaching or non-teaching staff.
    11. Stealing or damaging any property, documents or records of the institution.
    12. Participating or organizing gambling activity.
    13. Collecting  or  raising  of  funds  for  any  charity,  social,  religious  or  political  cause  without written permission from the Principal of the institution
    14. Indulging in  rumors,  indecent conduct during the  times of  national emergencies,  riots and natural calamities.
    15. Indulging in any anti-National activities or knowingly supporting anti-national elements.
    16. Indulging in any act that amounts to crimes under the Indian Penal Code, Indian Procedural Code and/or all the Acts that are enforced by the Union of India and other State Authorities. Punishments for violating the rules.

 

The  Principal  or  the  officer  appointed  by  him  may  impose  one  or  more  of  the  following punishments on the students found guilty of misconduct or indiscipline.

  1. Warning/Reprimand
  2. Fine not exceeding Rs. 3
  3. Cancellation of scholarship, prize or medal awarded to concerned student.
  4. Debar her from appearing in College Exams for not more than one year
  5. Expel/Rusticate from college for not more than five years.

These  guidelines  will  not  prejudice  to  any  right  available  under  the  protection  of Human Rights

Act 1993.

Code of Conduct for Teachers

Teachers should

    1. Plan, prepare and deliver lectures as per their time table
    2. Teachaccording  to  the  educational  needs,  abilities  andattainment  of  the  individual  pupils and groups of students.
    3. Promotethe  general  progress  and  well-being  of  individual students,  groups  of  students  or class/as  entrusted to her.
    4. Make them available  to student seven  beyond  their  class  hour,  help  and  guide  students without any remuneration or reward.
    5. Providethe  necessary  information  and  advice  and  makes  the  necessary  requisitions  and arrangements in connection with the teaching of the subject/s assigned to him/her.
    6. Be affectionate with students and not behave in a vindictive manner towards any of them for any reason.
    7. Manage their private affairs in a manner consistent with the dignity of the profession.
    8. Participate in meetings of respective bodies held in the institution
    9. Co-operate with the College’s  Principal,  Head  of  departments,  other  faculties in the  preparations  and  development  of  courses  of  study, teaching  programmes,  methods  of teaching and assessment prescribed by the SGBAU Amravati
    10. Maintains good order and discipline among students and safeguards their health and safety in the campus.
    11. Participate in staff, group or other meetings for the better organization and administration of the institution , or related to the institutional curriculum
    12. Participate in extension, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities  including  community service.
    13. Share in  any  possible  and  reasonable  way  in  the  proper management,  organization,  order  and discipline of the institution
    14. Participate in further personal training and professional development as a teacher, including  the  attendance  to  in-service education  and  training  courses  prescribed  by  UGC  sponsored Academic staff colleges.
    15. Respect the right and dignity of the student in expressing her opinion.
    16. Deal honestly and impartially  with  students  regardless  of  their  religion,  caste,  political,  economic, social and physical characteristics.
    17. Recognize the difference in aptitude and capabilities among students and strive to meet their individual needs.
    18. Encourage students to improve their attainments, develop their personalities and at the time contribute to community welfare.
    19. Inculcate among students  scientific  outlook  and  respect  for  physical  labor  and  ideals  of  democracy, patriotism and peace.
    20. Aid students to develop and understanding of our National Heritage and Goals
    21. Refrain from inciting students against other students, colleagues or administration