- Obscene or objectionable language will not be tolerated on campus.
- Sexual harassment of fellow students, staff or any member of the public will not be tolerated.
- Students may not have offensive or inflammatory published materials in their possession on the campus. Any such material found will be destroyed.
- Gambling is prohibited on College property.
- Smoking is not permitted inside public buildings, including toilets (by law). Designated smoking areas outside may be provided.
- Playing of any game or sport in or near buildings is prohibited in order to avoid damage to buildings.
- Fire-fighting equipment and all safety equipment may not be tampered with and are to be utilised exclusively for their designed usage. Students guilty of discharging a fire extinguisher will be liable for a Campus fine.
- Students are requested to place papers, bottles, containers etc. in the rubbish containers provided and not to litter on floors, window ledges or any other College property.
- Use of cellular telephones or any other means of communication in classes or examination venues is prohibited.
- Students are responsible for the maintenance of their own textbooks and writing materials. The college accepts no responsibility for loss of or damage to students’ personal property on the campus.
- A student may not damage, steal, or interfere with the property of others, including students and staff of the College and any visitors on the premises. Students can be held liable for any damage (including graffiti).
- No liquor shall be brought onto the College and/or hostel premises, or be used by or in the possession of anyone on these premises
- No fire arms or weapons of any kind are allowed on the premises.
- A student’s general behaviour and conduct must at all times be of such a nature that it will in no way discredit the good reputation or disrupt the order of the College.
The following are examples of seriousoffences for which a student may be summarily suspended from the College:
- Assault or fighting on the College grounds.
- Dishonesty during examinations or tests.
- General dishonesty.
- Theft or vandalism.
- The possession or use of drugs or alcohol on the College grounds, or to use similar habit-forming substances, either during normal College hours, including tea breaks, lunch hours or any other break.
- Possession of firearms or any other dangerous weapons on the College grounds.
- Inciting of violence or to promote unlawful strikes.
- The use of offensive or insulting language.
- Sexual or racial harassment.
This Code of Conduct for students is aimed at informing and encouraging students to avoid problem areas.
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