Code of Conduct(Faculty)

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Professional code of conduct

  • Pursue excellence in acquisition of professional knowledge, skills and attitudes.
  • Maintain professional standards in executing their duties.
  • Perform their roles and responsibilities in a fair and ethical manner in accordance with institution and university policies.
  • Comply with statutory regulations like maintain Registration number validity and engage in professional development activities to maintain competence.
  • Promote a spirit of civility and collegiality.
  • Demonstrate good team work.
  • Use positive body language.
  • Treat colleagues and students with respect, civility , fairness and consideration
  • Comply with all workplace safety and health regulations and report unsafe conditions, equipment or practices to appropriate officials as required.
  • Being reliable, timely and responsive with respect to assigned responsibilities.
  • Being reliable, timely and responsive with respect to assigned responsibilities.
  • Serve as a positive, ethical and professional role model.
  • Keep abreast with current standards of practice.
  • Report to work on time.
  • Leave your work area when properly relieved and only with supervisors approval.

Class room code of conduct

  • Commence class on time.
  • Finish class on time to avoid inconvenience to next faculty.
  • Use allotted instruction time efficiently.
  • Leave the classroom clean with board cleaned and LCD of if last lecture of the day.

Code of conduct Towards Students

  • Respect student’s individual differences.
  • Don’t discriminate on the basis of age, race, nationality, religion, disability and gender.
  • Acknowledge students right to question and constructive criticism from learners and adapt to their needs.
  • Will not accept any benefits in the form of personal gifts from students directly or indirectly related to activity performed in one’s capacity as a faculty member.
  • When in a supervisory role provide clear direction, constructive suggestions and timely feedback.
  • Adhere to roles as intellectual guides and counselors.
  • Foster academic conduct among students and Avoid exploitation of students for personal work.
  • Maintain faculty student relationship.
  • Contact with students at personal level in home during the student enrollment period is prohibited
  • Maintain confidentiality to private information of student.
  • Ensure to evaluate students true merit.
  • Evaluate promptly and give feedback and explanations to students appropriately.

Code of conduct for Scholarly integrity: Research and publication

  • Follow the principles of authorship and co authorship while publishing.
  • Appropriately acknowledge in publications and presentations, those who have contributed to research.

Code of conduct towards Physical property

  • Utilize the resources properly against any theft, misuse and waste.
  • Ensure college services such as telephone, internet, computer, photocopying is used for college purpose only.

Dress code

  • Always wear ID card, keeping name and photo clearly visible.
  • Formal clean and well pressed attire.
  • Appropriate Attire:

    • Sari & blouses
    • Salwar Suit

    Inappropriate attire:

  • Plazzos, short tops, revealing clothing , jeans, sleeveless
  • Well combed hair tied or pinned.( No free flow )
  • Short fingernails and light makeup allowed.
  • Appropriate foot wear
  • For Classroom and clinical Posting : Wear labcoat and hair tied up.( No pony tail)

Un Acceptable Conduct

  • Engaging in outside activities which will create an actual conflict of interest with the organizations vision and mission
  • Divulging in non public information regarding institution to an outside party or another institution.
  • Talking about another faculty member in front of students , instead encourage students to share concerns with the faculty member or the superior
  • Sharing excess personal information about self to students
  • Using official hours to promote personal, religious, political, social agendas.
  • Attending mobile phones in classrooms and meetings.
  • Carrying text books for lecture to class room.
  • Sitting while lecturing.
  • Publishing or presenting student research without their written permission and without acknowledging their names.
  • Indulging in plagiarism, falsification or any other scientific misconduct.
  • In subordination to superiors
  • Falsification of official records
  • Behavior intended to threaten or harass colleagues.
  • Failure to adopt to dress code
  • Performing special favors’ to students
  • Off the job conduct that may result in damage to reputation of the organization.