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CODE OF CONDUCT FOR GOVERNING BODY


The governing body of the college is responsible for ensuring the effective management of the institution and for planning its future development. It should

CODE OF CONDUCT FOR THE PRINCIPAL


The chair of the Principal of a college has multifaceted roles to play and to shoulder multilateral responsibilities having characteristics of a patron, custodian, supervisor, administrator, adjudicator, protector, and inspirer and so on. As the academic and administrative head of the institution, the Principal remains liable to follow certain codes of ethics in his conduct. These codes of conduct are applicable, in general, for the college teachers as well as for the administrator of any organization. Specifics of the salient and significant codes applicable in the conduct of Principal, as perceived and enforced by SSM College of Engineering College, are jotted underneath:


CODE OF CONDUCT FOR TEACHERS


Whoever adopts teaching as a profession assumes the obligation to conduct himself/herself in accordance with the ideals of the profession. A teacher is constantly under the scrutiny of his students and the society. Therefore, every teacher should see that there is no incompatibility between his precepts and practice. The national ideals of education must be his / her own ideals.

The basic ethical values underlying the code are care, trust, integrity and respect; embodying those aspects relevant to the teacher, who is entrusted with social responsibility. A definitive code for this Institution encompasses the following:


[A]. Professional Values


[B]. Professional Development and Practices

[C]. Professional Integrity

[D]. Professional Collaboration

CODE OF CONDUCT FOR SUPPORTING STAFF


All the support staff should follow the stipulated code of conduct. The College has put forward its code of ethics for the support staff along the following lines.

Professional Conduct


Workplace Conduct


Professional Relationship

CODE OF CONDUCT FOR ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF


The administration department in an institution plays a significant role in the effective functioning of an institution. It takes care of the finance, human resource management, infrastructure development, transportation and maintenance of documents. The code of conduct for the administrative staff is as follows


Professional Conduct

The administrative staff should


Workplace Conduct

The administrative staff should


Professional Relationship

CODE OF CONDUCT FOR STUDENTS


[A]. Conduct

Misconduct of students within the campus or off campus may gravely affect the reputation of the institution. A student prior to being admitted in a course should sign and submit the undertaking, which states that:


The institution believes in promoting a safe and efficient climate by enforcing behavioral standards. All students must maintain academic truthfulness


The various forms of misbehavior, the Students should abstain from:


[B]. ACADEMIC INTEGRITY

An institution with academic integrity will excel in all spheres of academic activities, right from teaching learning process to research and development and hence its violation constitutes a serious offence. It forms an integral part of the code, which is applicable to all the students of the Institution to which they should adhere. Every student of the Institution should feel responsible to ensure the highest standards of academic integrity.


The principles of university truthfulness require that a student should


Violations of this policy include, but are not limited to:

(a) Plagiarism: Plagiarism means the use of materials, ideas, figures, codes or data as one’s own, without appropriately acknowledging the original source. This may involve submission of materials verbatim or paraphrased that is authored by another one or published earlier by one.


Examples of plagiarism include:


(b) Cheating:

Cheating includes, but is not limited to:


(c) Conflict of Interest: A clash of personal or private interests with professional activities can lead to a potential conflict of interest, in diverse activities such as teaching, research, publication, working on committees, research funding and consultancy. It is necessary to protect actual professional independence, objectivity and commitment, and to avoid an appearance of any impropriety arising from conflicts of interest.


[C]. ANTI-RAGGING

The Institution has a coherent and an effective anti-ragging policy. Ragging constitutes one or more of the following acts:


[D]. GENDER DISCRIMINATION AND ALLIED HARASSMENT:

The Institution stands on prevention and prohibition of sexual harassment at workplace shall apply to the students of the Institute which can be accessed and reviewed by the students as per the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal Act, 2013). Students should note that sexual misconduct or harassment encompasses a range of conduct, including but not limited to sexual assault, unwanted touching or persistent unwelcome comments, e-mails or pictures of an insulting or degrading sexual nature, which may constitute harassment, which shall depend of the circumstances of each case.


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