General Conduct Rules and Guidelines
RVR & JC college of Engineering believes in treating its students like young
adults. In general most students find life orderly and congenial in the campus. While the students, as adult citizens of the country enjoy their rights, they also are expected to be aware of their responsibilities. The institute will not support any act that is illegal as construed by the law of the land. As adults, the students are expected to have a fair sense of which act is legal and what is illegal. They should conduct themselves both inside and outside the Institute in a manner that is befitting an institute of this stature. In addition to being mature and responsible in conduct, the students are expected to respect the rights of the other members of the RVR&JC community. The Institute encourages an all round development of students' personality and their progressive and creative thinking. At the same time, in order that they effectively discharge civic responsibilities and virtues, the Institute sets its own terms of conduct that must be adhered to by the students. The Institute can take action, if these terms are violated, through different Committees.
- Ragging is illegal and punishable in strictest and most exemplary terms as per the ruling of the Supreme Court of India.
- Each student must show due respect and courtesy to the Institute teachers, administrators, officers, employees, visitors, and residents. They must not infringe upon the rights of fellow students.
- In the event of proceeding on unscheduled leave on account of illness, family matter, etc, student must inform the Warden, faculty adviser and the concerned Head of the Department.
- The Institute facilities/amenities such as library, internet, playgrounds, hostels, laboratories and classrooms must be used responsibly. Any willful damage and misuse of the facilities/amenities constitutes an act of indiscipline.
- In the event of an illegal activity in the campus, the institute is obligated to permit the police and judiciary intervention.
- In the event of students' involvement in any activity outside the campus which is punishable by the law of the land, the institute shall in no way provide any support to them and will not be responsible either for any action.
- All major acts of indiscipline, which may have serious implications on the general body of students, and which may warrant a uniform and more formalized nature of investigation, shall be handled by the Students Disciplinary Committee. Based on the recommendations of this committee the Principal as the Chairman, Management approves the punishment recommended.
- For an offence committed (a) in the Department or a classroom and (b) elsewhere, the Head of the Department shall have the authority to reprimand or impose fine or take any other suitable measure. All cases involving punishment other than reprimand shall be reported to the Chairman of the Standing Disciplinary Committee.
More information is available at http://www.apsche.org/anti_raging.asp