Rules & Regulation

MIT students must abide by the rules and regulations of the institute. The institute authority may take disciplinary action if any student violates the institute rules and regulations. Students are advised to adhere to the rules and Regulations of the institute and discharge their responsibilities as a student with diligence, fidelity and honour. The rules and regulations are categorized into three categories as mentioned below. Students are required to follow these rules and they also have to submit bond of good conduct.

These Rules and Regulations came into force with effect from 15th July 2013.

MIT RULES

  1. Ragging is strictly banned. Any student trying to harass, mentally torture, physically discomfort or subject to any kind of cruelty is termed ragging and as per institute orders, strict action will be taken which may mean instant expulsion. All students are therefore fore-warned not to indulge with fresher in any manner.
  2. All students are expected to attend classes and for personal reasons up to 25% attendance can be condoned. In case of sickness further dispensation of 15% can be granted by Institute authority if a student is genuinely sick and hospitalized. Producing admission and discharge records in such cases is necessary.

There are Hostel rules which aim in bringing strong spartan way of life so that student grows into fine citizens of the country.

GENERAL INSTITUTE ORDERS

Drop Box: Drop Boxes are maintained in all the buildings. Any student having any problem can drop a brief on the same.
These drop boxes are “many problems one solution” for first year student. They should feel absolutely free to see the Director for any help.

Wearing I-Cards: I-Cards are to be worn round the neck and this drill is compulsory. Any violation of these orders will mean attracting disciplinary action.
Visiting hours to Boys Hostel: Only persons who have signed as parents or guardian at the time of registration/admission are permitted to visit the hostel or visit the Institute to check progress of their ward. NO BODY else will be entertained.

Staying in Hostel: Students are NOT permitted to stay in the hostel room while classes are in progress. If they are unwell they are required to take permission from their respective wardens. Day Scholars are NOT permitted to visit hostels at all when classes are on. In case of any need or emergency day scholars can visit the hostel to meet their friend(s) with the permission of the hostel warden in off hours and are allowed to meet in visiting room.

Out and In Timings: These orders are displayed on Institute notice boards and also hostel notice boards.

MIT General Rules and Regulations for Students

  1. Students shall behave with dignity and courtesy inside and outside the college.
  2. Students shall observe strict modesty in dress. All the students are advised to be in the campus in decent attire.
  3. Students should wear identity cards inside the campus and also when attending any meetings outside the campus. I-Cards are to be worn round the neck and this drill is compulsory. Any violation of these orders will lead to disciplinary action.
  4. Students are not allowed to leave the institute premises during the institute timings. If a student wants to leave the institute for some valid reasons before the closing of institute timing he/she has to follow SOP.
  5. Students shall not entertain visitors without prior permission in the campus.
    Students are expected to read notices/circulars displayed on the college notice board. Ignorance of not reading any notice/circular displayed shall not be accepted as an excuse for failing to comply with the directions contained in it.
  6. Spitting, smoking and throwing bits of paper inside the institute campus are harmful and must be avoided. Refrain from possessing, consuming or distributing alcohol, harmful drugs, narcotics, gutka, chewing gum and smoking cigarette. Any violation of these orders will lead to disciplinary action.
  7. Students must not possess firecrackers of any kind in the hostel and college campus.
  8. Students must not smear colored powder and splash color water in the guise of festivals and functions on or during any other occasion in the hostel or college campus.
  9. Do not scribble on the desks or the black board or on the walls of the college and hostel.
  10. Students are forbidden from entering the institute office during unspecified hours.
  11. Students are advised not to harm the reputation of the institute or individual (fellow students and institute staff) through social and electronic media.
  12. Student(s) need to take care of the institute property. Destroying or damaging the institute property is punishable. Students should not destroy/ damage/ deface/remove the institute property, disturb or injure a person under the pretext of celebrating/inducting/pledging or for any other reason like rivalry etc. We immediately identify the miscreants and take a corrective disciplinary action.   We have installed CCTV cameras at all sensitive and relevant location to check and control any such incident and if at all it so happens.
  13. It is unlawful for any person to mutilate any tree, shrub, or herbaceous plant or remove any identification sign or tag attached to it.
  14. Students are not allowed to convene any kind of meeting without any prior approval of the competent authority concerned in the campus or any sort of fund collection without the permission of the HOD/ Director or to circulate/display any kind of notice among students or on black boards or on notice board without the written permission of the HOD/ Director. No information or report should be sent to press or board-casting agencies and placement companies without the permission and approval of the authorities.
  15. Students are not supposed to be a part of any union or group or organization.
  16. Students shall not indulge in any kind of misdemeanor bringing opprobrium to the institution.
  17. All vehicles should be parked in the allotted place in the campus. No vehicle will be allowed to enter the prohibited academic and administrative area. Vehicles found parked in unauthorized places shall be impounded.
  18. While attending college functions, the students will conduct themselves in such a way as to bring recognition to themselves and to the institution.

2. Attendance:

  1. Each student should earn at least 75% attendance in individual subject(s) to appear in Semester Examination.
  2. Leave letter should be submitted by the students before taking leave. Day scholars should get their leave letters signed by their parents or guardians and hostel students by their warden. 
  3. In case a student suffers from illness for more than three days, he/she should produce a medical certificate. 
  4. Day scholar(s) should get the permission of their respective Head of the Departments for leaving the campus in the teaching hours.

3. MIT Discipline and Conduct Rules for Students

(a) Level of Misconduct and Indiscipline:

Level 1
  1. Attire: Wearing of indecent dress not suitable to academic environment
  2. Not wearing ID cards in the institute campus.
  3. Roaming in the campus and destroying institute orders.
  4. Absence from the institute for more than 3 days without any information/any valid reasons.
Level 2:-
  1. All acts of violence and all forms of mob activities such as gheraos, sit-ins or any variation of the same which disrupt the normal academic and administrative functioning of the Institute and/or any act which incites or leads to violence.
  2.  Gheraos, laying siege or staging demonstrations around the residence of any member of the MIT community or any other form of coercion, intimidation or disturbance of right to privacy of the residents of the campus.
  3.  Sexual harassment of any kind which shall also include:
    1. Sexual proposition/advancements, sexually graphic comments of a body, unwelcome touching, patting, pinching or leering or persistent offensive or sexual jokes and/or vulgar comments.
    2. Eve-teasing or disrespectful behavior or any misbehavior with a girl student, woman staff member/visitor. Ragging in any form.
  4. Using insulting, inciting, threatening language when talking with fellow students inside  or outside the campus. Students talking or behaving in any manner inside or outside the institution in a way that would bring disrepute to the institution.
  5. Misusing institute resources and facilities such as library, software, computers and internet or causing any type of damage to intranet and computer security system of the institute.
  6. Harming reputation of the institute or individual (fellow students and institute staff) through social and electronic media.
  7. Not disclosing one’s identity when asked to do so by a faculty member or employee of the Institute who is authorized to ask for such identity.
  8. Improper behavior while on tour or excursion.
  9. Violation of security and safety rules notified by the Institute.
  10. Any intimidation or insulting behavior towards a student, staff or faculty or any other person.
Level 3
  1. Committing  forgery, tempering with the Identity Card or Institute records, impersonation, misusing Institute property (movable or immovable), documents and records, tearing of pages, defacing, burning or in any way destroying the books, journals, magazines and any material of the library or unauthorized photocopying or possession of library books, journals, magazines or any other material.
  2. Furnishing false certificates or false information in any manner to the Institute.
  3. Arousing communal, caste or regional feeling or creating disharmony among students.
  4. Causing or colluding in the unauthorized entry of any person into the Campus or in the hostel. Accommodating unauthorized guests or other persons in hostels.
  5. Indulging in acts of gambling, possessing or consuming or distributing alcohol, harmful drugs, illegal narcotics, ghutkas and smoking cigarettes in the Institute premises.
  6. Damaging or defacing any property of the Institute.
  7. Any other offence under the law of land.
  8. Any other act which may be considered by the Chairman/Director or any other competent authority to be an act of violation of discipline and conduct.

4.  Punishment for Violation of MIT Institute Rules and Regulations

The competent authority may impose any of the following punishments on any student found guilty of any of the acts of indiscipline or misconduct and violation of General and Academic Rules and Regulation of the institute.

For Level 1 of Misconduct and Indiscipline:-

  1. Students not wearing institute I-cards will not be allowed to enter the institute campus.
  2. Students roaming around the campus and destroying the institute orders shall be counseled and/or issued a warning letter.
  3. Student absenting from the institute for more than 03 days without any information/any valid reasons, a letter shall be sent to his/her parents informing the same.  Subsequent/concurrent violation may lead to strict disciplinary action as deemed suitable by the authorities.

For Level 2 of Misconduct and Indiscipline and Violation of General and Academic Rules and Regulations:-

  1. Admonition/ Reprimand and submission of bond or affidavit on Rs. 10/- stamp paper duly notarized.
  2. Deduction of marks from General Proficiency Marks and Teacher Assessment Marks.
  3. Fine up to Rs. 20,000/-
  4. Recovery of any kind such as scholarship/fellowship, any dues, cost of damages etc.
  5. Withdrawal of any or all facilities available to a student as per MIT Rules (such as Scholarship/Fellowship, hostel etc.)
  6. Suspension from the institute for a specific period.

For Level 3 of Misconduct and Indiscipline and Violation of General and Academic Rules and Regulations:-

  1. Expulsion from the institute and/ or hostel
  2.  Rustication up to four semester period and/or declaring the entire MIT Campus out of bounds.
  3. Fine up to Rs. 50,000/-. (In case of Ragging as per Supreme Court ruling)
  4. Logging of FIR with the Police.

5. General Guidelines for Implementation of Punishments

  1. No punishment shall ordinarily be imposed on a student unless he/she is found guilty of the offence for which he/she has been charged by a proctorial or any other inquiry committee after following the normal procedure and providing due opportunity to the student to defend himself.
  2. Students found guilty in any in-disciplinary activity by the Proctorial board, one “Red Mark” will be marked against his / her profile. Further if number of such red marks exceeds to 3 during his/her entire course duration, he/she will be automatically debarred from the campus placement and hostel if he/ she is a hosteller. Further red marks may result in to expulsion from the institute.
  3. However, if a student improve his / her conduct, behavior, attendance, percentage of marks and takes keen interest in student welfare, he/ she can give application to the proctorial board to remove red marks. If board is satisfied with the improvement, then the board may remove such red marks from the student’s profile.
  4. In case the Director/Chief Proctor/Dean Student Welfare or any competent authority is of the opinion that on the basis of the available material and evidence on record, a prima facie case exists against a student, he may order suspension of the student including withdrawal of any or all facilities available to a bonafide student pending proctorial or any other inquiry.
  5. In case any dispute arises with regard to the interpretation of any of these Rules the matter shall be referred to the Chairman/ Director General, whose decision thereon shall be final.
  6. The Management is not responsible for the loss, theft, or damage of any personal property owned, operated, or possessed by the student, guest(s), parents, or family members which may be held, located or stored in any residence unit or anywhere else on the institution-owned or leased property. The student understands and expressly agrees to accept all risks of such losses or damages.

6.  Hostel Rules and Regulations

  1. Student seeking to avail hostel facility has to note that hostel accommodation will only be allotted to studious students who believe leading a spartan life and remain disciplined. Every student before room allotment in hostel shall give an undertaking with respect to the acceptance of rules and regulations, along with duly filled General Information form and Immunization Record.
  2. Rooms are allotted on the basis of the criteria & procedure laid down by the authorities and the Sole Discretion of chief warden from time to time. No change in room will be permitted during the session.
  3. Students are advised to be properly dressed during breakfast, lunch and dinner.
  4. Hostel Fee once paid will not be refunded expect for the security amount. No hostel fee will be refunded in case of expulsion of any students from the hostel involved in any kind of indiscipline activities.
  5. Hostel Rooms are furnished with Bed, Mattress, Ceiling Fan, Study Table & Chair, Tube light set (complete) and a Ward robe. Students are required to check all these items while taking charge of the room. Once a room is handed over, no item will be replaced then after.
  6. It is the responsibility of the inmates to do their best for maintaining discipline, peace and harmony in the hostel. The senior students are advised to set good examples to their juniors. Creating noisy or unruly scenes in Hostel or destroying academic ambience in any manner will also mean instant vacation of hostel accommodation.
  7. Any activity of the inmates observed to be prejudicial and detrimental to the smooth and peaceful functioning of the college hostel will be viewed seriously by the management and disciplinary action will be taken against those found guilty.
  8. Misuse of electricity, water and other facilities will be liable for penalty. Students are advised to switch off all electrical gadgets before leaving their rooms and create an example of good hostlers. Use of Room Heater, Water heater, Immersion Rod, Electric iron, Room coolers of any other electric application in room is STRICLY BANNED.
  9. No students shall enter the kitchen or give instructions to the cooks or other servants. Complaints regarding food, service etc if any, may be brought to the notice of the Mess Manager.
  10. Smoking, chewing tobacco, consuming alcoholic drinks or any other intoxicating drugs etc. are strictly prohibited. Any inmates, if found indulging in such practices, shall be asked to vacate the hostel without any notice.
  11. Students, while going out, shall enter the time of leaving, purpose and proposed time of return in the register. While returning they shall also enter the time of return in the same register.
  12. Day scholars or any outsiders cannot be called to hostel rooms. Any hostlers found accompanying a day scholar in hostel or facilitating a day scholar's stay will immediately asked to vacate the hostel. No boarder shall permit any other person to live in his/ her room.
  13. Inmates shall not entertain any beggars, vendors or any other persons inside the hostel premises.
  14. Coming late in the night after Institute Main Gate is closed is NOT AT ALL acceptable and amounts to violation of hostel rules. Over stayal without prior sanction of warden will not be permitted. Defaulters will be dealt with strictly and habitual late comers may be asked to vacate the hostel
  15. During college hours no student allowed to remain in the hostel without the permission of Hostel Warden.
  16. No Backup electricity will be provided in the hostel when classes are running.

Code of Conduct for Teachers

The Code of Professional Conduct for teachers serves as a guiding compass as teachers seek to steer an ethical and respectful course through their career in teaching and to uphold the honour and dignity of the teaching profession.

Teachers and their Responsibilities

Whoever adopts teaching as a profession assumes the obligation to conduct himself/ herself in accordance with the ideal of the profession. A teacher is constantly under the scrutiny of his students and the society at large. Therefore, every teacher should see that there is no incompatibility between his precepts and practice. The national ideals of education which have already been set forth and which he/she should seek to inculcate among students must be his/her own ideals. The profession further requires that the teachers should be calm, patient and communicative by temperament and amiable in disposition.

Teachers should:

  1. Adhere to a responsible pattern of conduct and expected of and befitting to them.
  2. Manage their private affairs in a manner consistent with the dignity of the profession.
  3. Seek to make professional growth continuous through study and research.
  4. Express free and frank opinion by participation at professional meetings, seminars, conferences etc. towards the contribution of knowledge.
  5. Maintain active membership of professional organizations and strive to improve education and profession through them.
  6. Perform their duties in the form of teaching, tutorial, practical, seminar and research work conscientiously and with dedication.
  7. Co-operate and assist in carrying out functions relating to the educational responsibilities of the college and the university such as: assisting in appraising applications for admission, advising and counseling students as well as assisting the conduct of university and college examinations, including supervision, invigilation and evaluation; and
  8. Participate in extension, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities including community service.

General Rules - Teachers 

  • Teachers should handle the subjects assigned by the Head of the Department.
  • Mentor-Mentee system must be effectively implemented. Teachers shall monitor the respective group of students who are attached to them.
  • Two Class Tests (Sessional) are to be conducted in a semester. Answer books are to be valued and marks are to be informed to the students. Marks for the assignments, CIE Tests are to be entered in the Register. 
  • Teachers should be good counselors and Facilitators. They should help, guide, encourage and assist the students to ensure that the Teaching-Learning Process is effective and successful. Value based education must be their motto.
  •  Teachers should maintain decorum both inside and outside the classroom and set a good example to the students.
  • Teachers should carry out other academic, co-curricular and organizational activities that may be assigned to them from time to time.
  •  Teachers should sign the attendance register while reporting for duty.
  •  Teachers must be aware that their workload is 42 hours a week even though their maximum class hours are only 18 a week. 
  • Teachers are expected to attend Department Academic Meetings, and also college functions like Sports Day, College Day, Independence Day and Republic Day celebrations without fail.
  • The faculty will conform to all the rules and regulations in force in the institute and shall carry out all such orders and directions as he/she shall, from time to time, receive from the Management/Director or any of the competent authorities.