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TERMS & CONDITIONS (FOR ADMISSION, RE-REGISTRATION AND CONTINUANCE COLLEGE)

CONDUCT AND DISCIPLINE

It is the endeavor of St. Joseph’s College to produce good citizens who will eventually serve their homes, society and the Country to the best of their abilities and maintain the highest standards of good manners, integrity, morality and discipline. The College expects its students to honor and abide by this commitment and to ensure that the prestige and reputation of the College is upheld. Students must respect the rights and privileges of the members if the College Community at all times and learn to study, cooperate and socialize together and, therefore must conduct themselves in a manner that contribute to the good reputation of the College and its programs.

All students and held responsible for their conduct at all times. They must abide by the terms and conditions of admission, re-registration and continuance in the College, which is inclusive of the Student Code of Conduct, the violation of which can result in disciplinary measures. The measures include the writing of letters to parents, warnings, counseling of the student and even expulsion from the College. It is therefore important for the student applicant and her parents to read the terms and conditions of admission, re-registration and continuance in the College which is subject to acceptance of the Terms and Conditions and the Code.

 

The Student Code of Conduct

The following are the provisions of the student code of conduct:
  1. General conduct of the student:

    1. College timings are 08:15a.m. To 02:00p.m Monday to Thursday and on Friday 08:15a.m to 1:00p.m. College is closed on Saturday and Sunday (On occasion, students may be asked to come on Saturdays). Students are expected to be punctual. The College Gate closes at 08:15a.m and opens at 02:00p.m. All students are expected to be in College during these timings. Only in case of EMERGENCIES may a GATE PASS to EXIT can be obtained from College Office.
    2. Students will be allowed to enter the College premises only on presentation of the College Identity Card. Students are expected to wear their College Identity Card as long as they are in College premises.
    3. All students shall wear the prescribed UNIFORM. Student(s) have to wear College Uniform along with College Identity Card when representing College at various events and activities.

      The uniform consists of a white shalwar kameez with white or black shoes (not even black and white)
      Kameez: A white, knee length kameez with tennis collar, sleeves with cuffs, 2n below the elbow and a pocket on the left with the College monogram.
      Shalwar: A white shalwar, not too tight or loose at the ankles.
      Dupatta: White
      Footwear: Black or white tennis shoes. (No black and white)
      Cardigan: Navy blue with buttons down the front.
    4. On some occasions students are allowed to come in Casual Dress. On such Occasions they are expected to dress in a simple, decent and appropriate manner.
    5. Students are not allowed to bring and use cell phones, I Pads, Laptops and Tablets. In case of any emergency calls can be made from the College.
    6. Any misuse of Information Technology and its techniques will be considered as Cyber Crime and will be subject to DISMISAL.
    7. Students will ensure that their actions do not in any way threaten or endanger the health, safety or security of other persons, their properties or the property of College.
    8. Student shall not engage in, assist, associate with, or promote any kind of activities which is subversive of discipline and/or brings the College into disrepute.
    9. Students shall not conduct or participate in any political activity on Campus.
    10. Student shall not organize or participate in demonstrations, rallies or picketing on Campus.
    11. Parents must support the College in the maintenance of good conduct and discipline which requires a respectful approach to study, work and learning environment. A parent shall come to the Principal whenever called upon to do so in connection with any complaint, misbehavior, misconduct, or violation of discipline committed by the student.

     

  2. Academic Conduct:

  3. Academic honesty is given the highest priority. All students will apply themselves to their registered program of study. They are expected to meet the highest standard of academic excellence and integrity.

    1. Students are required to be in College everyday and attend all their scheduled classes of theory and practicals as specified for each subject within the program of study for which they have been registered. Absences are permissible only in case of illness or emergencies for which they must submit the Principal a valid medical certificate. For condonation of absence, approval must be taken from Principal/ Faculty Head. Approval depends upon evidence provided. If going out of the country / city for some serious reason then approval by Principal/Faculty Head must be taken prior to departure. Failure to do so may result in the student’s name being struck off the College rolls.
    2. The minimum attendance requirement, both at the board and university is 75% for each subject (Please note that 75% attendance does not include leave even for medical purpose). Failure to meet the attendance requirement will result in denial of enrollment with the board/ university and/ or denial of submission of examination forms to board/university, and/or withholding of admit card whichever the case may be.
    3. Attendance in all academic related activities is compulsory and minimum attendance shall be in accordance with the attendance requirements of the College with regard to each program of study. These academic-related activities include activities such as filed visits, seminars, workshops, internships etc.
    4. Assessment is essential part of the learning process and a vital means of checking student’s understanding of a subject in a program of study. Students are assessed through Assignments, Presentations, Projects, Tests and Examinations. The assignments submitted for assessment, therefore, must be a student’s own work. This does not mean that students may not make use of the work of others, while quoting or paraphrasing material from other sources, they must be acknowledged in full.
    5. It is mandatory for the student to sit for the various Tests and Examinations conducted by the College. Without good reason, failure to do so may result in denial of Enrollment/Admit Card for the Board/University.
    6. Cheating and helping others to chest in Tests or Examinations will automatically result in the confiscation and cancellation of the Answer Book leading to zero grade, and may even result in expulsion from the College.
    7. Students will ensure that their actions do not in any way threaten or endanger the health, safety or security of other persons, their properties or the property of College.
    8. Student shall not engage in, assist, associate with, or promote any kind of activities which is subversive of discipline and/or brings the College into disrepute.
    9. Students shall not conduct or participate in any political activity on Campus.
    10. Students shall not organize or participate in demonstrations. Rallies or picketing on Campus.
    11. Parents must support the College in the maintenance of good conduct and discipline which requires a respectful approach to study, work and learning environment. A parent shall come to meet the Principal whenever called upon to do so in connection with any complaint, misbehavior, or violation of discipline committed by the student.

 

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