Code of Conduct

Code of Conduct in Examination Room for Students

  1. Maximum Marks for Mid Term Examination is 30 marks and Time is 1:30 hours. Minimum passing marks is 15 out of 30 marks.
  2. No person will be allowed to enter the examination room during an examination except the students concerned and those supervising the examination.
  3. College ID – Card is compulsory. Student failing so will be debarred from that exam.
  4. Students are required to carry all the required stationary for writing the exam.
  5. Students must appear at the examination room at least ten minutes before the commencement of the examination.
  6. Students shall wear ordinary watch.
  7. Students are allowed to carry simple calculators.
  8. All coats and jackets should be placed on the back of each student’s chair. Students are not allowed to reach into the pockets or any part of their coat or jacket until the exam is over.
  9. The Chief Presiding Officer / Invigilator have authority to assign seats to students.
  10. Students shall not communicate with one another in any manner whatsoever during the examination. Students may not leave the examination room unescorted for any reason, and this includes using the washroom.
  11. Bags and mobiles phones are not allowed within the campus during examination days.
  12. No materials or electronic devices shall be used or viewed during an examination, except those authorized by the Chief Presiding Officer or Examiner.  Unauthorized materials include, but are not limited to: books, class notes, or aid sheets.  Unauthorized electronic devices include, but are not limited to: cellular telephones, laptop computers, tablets, calculators, MP3 players (such as an iPod), Personal Digital Assistants (“PDA” such as a Palm Pilot or Blackberry), electronic dictionaries, Smart Watches and Smart Glasses.
  13. Students who use or view any unauthorized materials or electronic devices while their examination is in progress - or who assist or obtain assistance from other students or from any unauthorized source - are liable to penalties under the Code of Behaviour on Academic Matters, including the loss of academic credit and suspension.
  14. In general, students will not be permitted to enter an examination room later than ten minutes after the commencement of the examination, also not to leave except under supervision until at least half an hour after the examination has commenced.
  15. Students shall remain seated at their desks during the last ten minutes of examination.
  16. At the conclusion of an examination, all writing shall cease.  The Chief Presiding Officer / Invigilator may seize the papers of students who fail to observe this requirement, and a penalty may be imposed.
  17. Examination books and other material issued for the examination shall not be removed from the examination room except by authority of the Chief Presiding Officer / Invigilator.
  18. Non-Appearance in Examinations (Re - Mid Semester Examination):

18.1.1 If a student is unable to appear in the mid-term examinations for whatsoever reason other than participation in the National/International Competition etc.(duly approved by the Principal) he/she need to undergo Re Mid Semester Examination.

18.1.2 If the student fails in Mid Semester Examinations or is unable to obtain a minimum of 15 marks or below 15 marks in their internals, they may be given an opportunity with appropriate reasons and with due permission of the Chairperson / Principal, to appear for a Re Mid Semester Examination.

18.1.3 NDIM don’t appreciate absenteeism in Mid Semester Examination so strict disciplinary action will be taken in case of non approved (approval should be from Principal / Chairperson) absenteeism

18.1.4 Re Mid Semester Syllabus n disciplinary action against absenteeism will be shared along with Date sheet.

18.1.5 The Re Mid Semester Examination will be conducted for 30 marks. This opportunity can be availed only once by the student.

 

If the student will not appear in the Re Mid Semester Examination absent will be marked in final OMR sheet.

IN CASE OF ANY DISCREPANCY, THE DECISION OF THE CHAIRPERSON/ PRINCIPAL WILL BE FINAL.

THE COLLEGE IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR PERSONAL PROPERTY LEFT IN EXAMINATION ROOMS.