Code and Conduct of Students, Staff and Teachers

 CODE OF CONDUCT

 
T. M Jacob Memorial Government College Manimalakunnu engages in a process of self and community reflection that would prompt us to recognize and amplify awareness of the core values that we have been practicing and articulating. We earnestly try to find agreement about those values, and develop institutional mechanisms and culture which make us accountable to those values. The institution has been functioning  in comply with;
         1. Rules and regulations of Mahathma Gandhi University.
         2. Government of Kerala and
         3. University Grants Commission.
 
CODE OF CONDUCT FOR STUDENTS
 
[i] All Students of this college should possess Identity Cards duly signed by the Principal. 
[ii] Absence without leave for part of a day will entail forfeiture of attendance for the whole day.
[iii] Students who are absent from the college for more than fifteen consecutive working days without satisfactory explanation are liable to have his/her name removed from the rolls. 
[iv] Ragging of any kind is very seriously dealt with and those students who break the code of conduct will be immediately handed over to the authorities concerned.
[v] Students who are obliged to leave a class owing to indisposition must obtain endorsement from the teacher in-charge of the class in support of their application for leave.
[vi] The minimum attendance stipulated by the University is 75% of the total number of working days of the academic year.  Exemption from shortage of attendance (subject to the maximum of 20 days) can be granted by the Syndicate on the recommendation of Principal, provided, leave is applied for and granted for such absence on satisfactory grounds.
[vii] Duty leave for physical education activities will be granted only to athletes representing the College or the University in various matches, tournaments and sports activities.
[viii] Students deputed to participate in matches, tournaments and sports events, should submit his/her leave application duly recommended by the Physical Director to the Head of the Departments (Main subject) for necessary action not later than one week after the event.
[ix] The maximum period for which duty leave can be granted to a student for sports and athletic activities is limited to 10% of the total number of working days.
[x] Students who leave the College are advised to claim the refund of Caution Deposit at the earliest, as unclaimed Caution Deposits will otherwise be lapsed after a specific period.
[xi] Those students who wish to discontinue their studies should intimate to whom so ever concerned at the end of a term or at any rate before the commencement of the succeeding term.
[xii]Every student should be properly dressed.
[xiii]All students are expected to greet the teachers as part of general demeanor.
[xiv]No student shall be allowed to leave the classroom without the permission of the teacher or until the class is dismissed.
[xv]Any student, who is persistently insubordinate, who is repeatedly or willfully mischievous, who is guilty of fraudulent or malpractice in connection with examinations or who, in the opinion of the Principal, is likely to have an unwholesome influence on his fellow students shall be removed from the rolls. The removal shall be either temporary or permanent according to the gravity of the offence.
[xvi] Students are expected to keep the college campus clean and tidy by leaving the waste materials in the waste bins of the campus and abstain from disfiguring the walls by sticking notices or scribbling.
[xvii]The students are prohibited from spitting in open spaces or indulging in other similar uncivil acts.
[xviii]The students of this institution are responsible to protect and preserve the buildings and not supposed to cause any kind of damages such as denting, destroying, removing, injuring, altering, defacing, or misusing all of which will be considered as serious punishable offence.
[xix]Students of the institution are expected to conduct themselves in the best standards of etiquette within and outside the College.
[xx] Students should maintain adequate silence in the college premises during class hours.
 
CODE OF CONDUCT FOR TEACHERS
TEACHERS AND THE STUDENTS
Teachers should:
[i]Respect the right and dignity of the student in expressing his/her opinion.
[ii] Focus on student and stakeholder needs.
[iii]Provide quality education to students in the neighbourhood
[iv]Build a community of faculty and students with deep social commitment.
[v]Equip the student community to explore the choices and opportunities driven up by technology and economic development. 
[vi]Make the students mentally and physically fit for a dynamic and vibrant society.   

TEACHERS AND SOCIETY

Teachers should:
[i] Dedicate themselves to meet the needs of the society they serve.
[ii] Support the mission and vision of the College.
[iii]Respond to the changing needs of the society.
[iv]Start new programs and services to meet the identified needs of the society.
[v]Strive for social service through outreach programmes
[vi]Collaborate with organisations of excellence for mutual benefit.
TEACHERS AND COLLEAGUES
Teachers should:
[i] Recognize the expertise of all members of the College community and encourage individual contribution.
[ii] Include stakeholders in the decisions that affect them.
[iii] Treat people with dignity and encourage feelings of self-worth.
[iv]Promote trust through professional courtesy and fair treatment.
[v]Encourage interdepartmental collaboration.
[vi]View setbacks as learning experiences.
 
         TEACHERS AND NON -TEACHING STAFF
 
[i] Teachers should treat non-teaching staff as colleagues and equal partners in a cooperative undertaking within educational institution.
[ii]Teachers should help in the function of joint staff-councils covering both teachers and the non-teaching staff
TEACHERS AND AUTHORITIES
Teachers should:
[i]Take responsibility for their actions.
[ii]Continuously evaluate and improve the institutional systems and policies.
[iii]Establish and communicate clearly defined and articulated goals and objectives.
 [iv]Ensurethat their work adds value to the College and society.
[v] Inculcate social awareness and sense of patriotism among fellow beings.
[vi] Foster democracy.
[vii]Promote the sense of oneness and inclusion.
[viii]Promote social solidarity and cohesion. 

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