Action against Misconducts

31 October 2018
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  • Prohibited Acts

The following acts are prohibited for students and involvement of any student in any of these acts shall make them liable to penalties as described in these regulations:

  1. Violation of any law of the country
  2. Assault on the faculty staff or fellow student of the university
  3. Possession or consumption of any alcoholic drinks, prohibited drugs/intoxicants on the campus
  4. Possession of arms of any kind
  5. Smoking in public places  
  6. Organizing any function/activity on the campus without the approval of the competent authority.
  7. Participation in any function organized on campus without the approval of the competent authority.
  8. Collecting money or receiving funds or pecuniary assistance for or on behalf of the University Organization except with the written permission of the Vice-Chancellor.
  9. Practices like, staging, inciting or participating in protests, or abetting any walkout, strike, or other form of agitation, against the University or its teachers or officers, inciting any one to violence, disruption of the peaceful atmosphere of the University in any way, making inflammatory speeches or gestures which may cause resentment issuing of pamphlets or cartoons casting aspersion on the teachers or staff of the University or the University bodies or doing anything in anyway likely to promote rift and hatred among the various groups or classes of students community, issuing statements in the press making false accusations or lowering the prestige of the University.
  • Act of Indiscipline

A student shall be held responsible for any of the following acts of indiscipline and shall be punished accordingly:

  1. Commits any criminal or dishonorable act (whether committed within the University Campus or outsides) or any act which is prejudicial to the interest of the University; shall be guilty of an act of indiscipline and shall be liable for each such act to one or more of the penalties mentioned in these regulations / rules
  2. Posting any messaging, picture, video on social media about any fellow student and staff.
  3. Posting any political slogan on social media using university name or logo
  4. Posting any material on social media against any person, political parties, ethnic group, religion, any other organizations using university platform
  5. Commits a breach of rules of conduct as notified by the University time to time
  6. Disobeys the lawful order (verbal/written) of a teacher/officer/authority of the University
  7. Deliberately damages property of the University/staff/student of the University
  8. Does not pay the fees, fines or, other dues payable under the university regulations and rules
  9. Does not comply with the rules relating to residence in hostels
  10. Using indecent language, wears immodest dress, makes indecent remarks gestures or behaves in a disorderly manner
  11. Commits any offensive/ sexual behavior as defined under the HEC Policy Guidelines against Sexual Harassment and adopted by the University
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