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Code Of Conduct

Code of conduct handbook exists for students, teachers and academic and administrative staff including the dean/principal/officials and support staff.

Monitoring Committee for Code of Conduct


Dr Arpita Arora


Dr Babita Saiyad


Dr Sulabhsinh Solanki

Ms Tejal Barot

Mr Mehul Agrawal

About Code of Conduct Committee

Teaching is a noble profession and teacher plays a very crucial role in shaping a student's career. The faculty members are expected to exhibit a good conduct so that the students consider them as role models. Similarly, the staff and students are also expected to discharge their responsibilities with diligence and contribute in a big way to strengthen this institution. The code of conduct committee monitors the implementation of code of conduct and code of ethics for both students and staff code of conduct which has been formulated and approved by the board of management.

Roles and Responsibility of Code of Conduct Committee:

  • Identifying the code of conduct for the following stakeholders:
  • Students
  • Teachers
  • Administrators
  • Other Staff
  • Incorporating the code of conduct for the various stakeholders on campus in the form of dedicated handbooks.
  • Reviewing the codes at specific intervals and reprinting the handbooks whenever necessary.
  • Monitor adherence to the code of conduct by periodic announcements to the stakeholders in the form of notices, circulars, etc.
  • Assist the disciplinary committee in undertaking appropriate disciplinary actions in instances of violations of the specified code of conduct.
  • Plan and organize in co-ordination with the IQAC professional ethics programmes for students, teachers, administrators and other staff.
  • Monitor the implementation of the induction week for students, inviting of alumni for student interaction programmes, departmental grooming sessions, placement orientations and conducting of exit interviews.
  • Monitor the annual strategic planning exercise and induction programme for the new faculty members and other staff.

Code of Conduct for Director/Principal

Being as the head of institute is solely responsible for addressing and resolving all issues concerned with the stakeholders of education. This code of conduct provides an explicit definition of the standards of professional conduct expected form the principal as a head of college.

Responsibility of the Director/Principal

Subject to the supervision and general control of the management, the principals as the principal executive and academic head of the college, shall be responsible for:

  • Academic growth of the college.
  • Participation in the teaching, research and training programmes of the college.
  • Assisting in planning and implementation of academic refresher/orientation course, seminars, in-service and other training programmes organized by the university.
  • Institute for academic competence of the faculty member.
  • Admission of students, maintenance of disciplines of the institute.
  • Receipts, expenditure and maintenance of true and correct accounts.
  • The overall administration of the institute and recognized institution and their libraries and hostels, if any.
  • Correspondence relating to the administration of the institute.
  • Administration and supervision of curricular, co- curricular/extra-curricular or extra-mural, students' welfare activites of the institute and recognized institution and maintenance of records.
  • Observance of the act, statutes, ordinance, regulation, rules and other orders issued there under by the university authorities and bodies, from time to time.
  • Supervision of the examination, setting of question papers, moderation and assessment of answer papers and such other work pertaining to the examination of college/recognized institution.
  • Overall supervision of the university examinations.
  • Observance of provisions of accounts code.
  • Maintenance of self-assessment reports of teachers and their service books.
  • Any other work relating to the institute or recognized institution relating to the administration of the institute as may be assigned to him/her by the management from time to time.

Code of Conduct for Teaching Staff


Faculty members play a critical role in fostering an environment of learning, growth and professionalism within educational institutions. To maintain high standards of ethics, professionalism and academic integrity, it is essential for faculty members to adhere to a code of conduct. This code outlines the expected behaviours, responsibilities and ethical standards that faculty members should uphold. In this document, we present a comprehensive code of conduct for faculty members to ensure their actions align with the principles of fairness, integrity and excellence.

Commitment to Teaching and Learning

Faculty members should demonstrate a commitment to providing quality education to students. They should be knowledgeable in their field of expertise and deliver course content effectively. They should encourage active learning, critical thinking and intellectual curiosity among students.

Professionalism and Integrity

Faculty members should uphold the highest standards of professionalism and integrity in their conduct. They should treat colleagues, students and staff with respect, fairness and dignity. They should avoid any form of discrimination, harassment or bullying.

Academic Freedom and Responsibility

Faculty members should exercise academic freedom responsibly, ensuring that their teaching and research activities are guided by academic rigor, intellectual honesty and the pursuit of knowledge. They should respect the diversity of opinions and foster an environment of open and respectful dialogue.

Ethical Research Practices

Faculty members involved in research should conduct their work with integrity, adhering to ethical guidelines, regulations and protocols. They should ensure the protection of research participants, maintain data confidentiality and avoid any form of research misconduct, including plagiarism and data fabrication.

Fair Assessment and Evaluation

Faculty members should conduct fair and objective assessment and evaluation of student performance. They should establish clear evaluation criteria, provide timely and constructive feedback and maintain confidentiality in handling student records. They should avoid favouritism or bias in grading and assessment.

Confidentiality and Privacy

Faculty members should respect the confidentiality and privacy of students and colleagues. They should handle personal and sensitive information with care and only share it when required by law or institutional policies. They should maintain the security of academic records and ensure their protection from unauthorized access.

Continuous Professional Development

Faculty members should engage in ongoing professional development activities to enhance their teaching, research and disciplinary knowledge. They should stay updated with current trends, advancements and best practices in their field of expertise. They should actively participate in workshops, conferences and other professional development opportunities.

Collegiality and Collaboration

Faculty members should foster a collegial and collaborative environment within the academic community. They should collaborate with colleagues, share expertise and contribute to a supportive and inclusive atmosphere. They should actively participate in departmental and institutional activities, such as faculty meetings and committees.

Responsible Use of Authority

Faculty members should exercise their authority responsibly and fairly. They should promote a positive and respectful learning environment, ensuring equal opportunities for all students. They should avoid any abuse of power or exploitation of students, maintaining appropriate professional boundaries.

Conflict Resolution

Faculty members should handle conflicts or disagreements in a professional and constructive manner. They should seek peaceful resolutions through dialogue, mediation or established dispute resolution processes. Disagreements should not hinder the collaborative and supportive nature of the academic community.


Adhering to this code of conduct will ensure that faculty members act as responsible, ethical and effective educators and researchers. It establishes a framework for professionalism, integrity and academic excellence. By upholding these principles, faculty members can contribute to the development and success of their students and the overall academic community.

Code of Conduct for Non-Teaching Staff


Non-teaching staff members play a vital role in supporting the smooth functioning of educational institutions. To maintain professionalism, integrity and a conducive work environment, it is essential for non-teaching staff to adhere to a code of conduct. This code outlines the expected behaviours, responsibilities and ethical standards that non-teaching staff should uphold. In this document, we present a comprehensive code of conduct for non-teaching staff to ensure their actions align with the principles of professionalism, respect and excellence.

Professionalism and Integrity

Non-teaching staff members should demonstrate professionalism in their conduct and interactions with students, faculty and colleagues. They should maintain a positive and respectful attitude, treat others with fairness and dignity and contribute to a harmonious work environment.

Confidentiality and Privacy

Non-teaching staff members should respect the confidentiality and privacy of students, faculty and staff. They should handle sensitive information with care, ensuring its security and protection. They should not disclose personal or confidential information unless required by law or authorized by the institution.

Communication and Customer Service

Non-teaching staff members should communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, ensuring clear and timely communication with students, faculty and colleagues. They should provide courteous and helpful assistance to all stakeholders, demonstrating excellent customer service skills.

Ethical Conduct

Non-teaching staff members should uphold the highest ethical standards in their actions and decision-making. They should act honestly, transparently and with integrity, avoiding conflicts of interest and refraining from engaging in any form of unethical behaviour or misconduct.

Respect and Inclusivity

Non-teaching staff members should respect the diversity of individuals and treat everyone with dignity and respect, regardless of their background, race, gender, religion or other characteristics. They should foster an inclusive and welcoming environment, promoting equal opportunities and a sense of belonging for all.

Professional Development

Non-teaching staff members should engage in continuous professional development to enhance their skills, knowledge and performance. They should stay updated with technological advancements, best practices and relevant training opportunities to improve their effectiveness and contribute to their personal growth.

Teamwork and Collaboration

Non-teaching staff members should actively contribute to a spirit of teamwork and collaboration. They should work cooperatively with colleagues, supporting and assisting each other to achieve common goals. They should promote a positive work culture that encourages open communication and mutual respect.

Adherence to Policies and Procedures

Non-teaching staff members should familiarize themselves with institutional policies, procedures and guidelines relevant to their role. They should adhere to these policies and procedures, ensuring compliance with organizational regulations, security protocols and legal requirements.

Time Management and Punctuality

Non-teaching staff members should manage their time effectively and prioritize their responsibilities to ensure timely completion of tasks. They should maintain punctuality, adhering to work schedules, meetings and deadlines.

Conflict Resolution

Non-teaching staff members should handle conflicts or disagreements in a professional and constructive manner. They should seek peaceful resolutions through dialogue, mediation or established dispute resolution processes. Disagreements should not impact the work environment or relationships with colleagues.


Adhering to this code of conduct will ensure that non-teaching staff members act as responsible, ethical and valued members of the educational institution. It establishes a framework for professionalism, integrity and excellence in their roles. By upholding these principles, non-teaching staff members contribute to the overall success and positive environment of the institution.

Code of Conduct for Students:

  • Students are required to collect all the information prior to taking admission to the respective course.
  • To help weak students, the institute may arrange remedial classes.
  • The college enforces healthy policies and practices maintaining best academic standards for the benefit of students. Students should meticulously follow the requirements of internal examinations, test performance, assignments, class work and any other work assigned by the teachers. Any of the students who fails to complete work in time, will not be allowed to appear for the university examinations.
  • It is required that the students make themselves aware about the time table, progress on the studies in various subjects, schedule of examinations, tutorials, class work, assignments and any other work assignments by the teachers. It is the responsibility of the students to attend the college regularly and be updated about all the academics and their requirements throughout the year.
  • Students are required to check their eligibility before application and admission. The college will not be held responsible if students are found ineligible during admission.
  • As per university rules, candidate must have minimum 80% attendance to appear for university examination.
  • Students who will be given posting in various hospitals must attend them and will have to report in time. If fail to do so, will be punished or dismissed or have to pay penalty.
  • During posting to various hospitals, students have to compulsorily fill log book of work undertaken and get it signed by concerned HOD/Medical Officer.
  • All legal matters are subject to Anand jurisdiction.
  • Ragging of students or any such activity is strictly prohibited.
  • The use of mobile phone is strictly prohibited within the campus.
  • Smoking, consumption of pan-masala/tobacco will be considered breach of discipline and liable for penalty. Private parties with college students for a cause (welcome, farewell, etc.) are prohibited.
  • The behaviour of the student with one and all should be courteous, polite and as per the rules and regulations of university. The HOD reserves the right to penalize or dismiss any student violating this code of conduct.

Code of Conduct for Persons with Disabilities:

As per the Indian constitution:

  • The constitution secures to the citizens including the disabled, a right of justice, liberty of thought, expression, belief, faith and worship, equality of status and of opportunity and for the promotion of fraternity.
  • There shall be equality of opportunity for all citizens (including the disabled) in relating to employment or appointment to any office under the state.

B N Patel Institute Of Paramedical And Science abides by this law and we encourage and promote the rights of persons with disabilities as follows:

  • Respect for inherent dignity, individual autonomy including the freedom to make one's own choices and independence of persons.
  • Non-discrimination.
  • Full and effective participation and inclusion in society.
  • Respect for difference and acceptance of persons with disabilities as part of human diversity and humanity.
  • Equality of opportunity.
  • Accessibility.
  • Belief in the potential of persons with disabilities keeping above obligation in mind. B N Patel Institute Of Paramedical And Science strives to give inclusive and welcoming environment to all physically challenged person who enrols in the college. The college provides various facilities to such employees and students as follows:
  • Ensure that the organization is fair and inclusive in its hiring and promotion policies and practices for such employees
  • Ensures admission of as many differently-abled students as possible through the open quota and also through the reservation meant for them.
  • Case based dealing with respect to fee concessions, examination procedures, reservation, policies, etc. pertaining to differently abled persons. To study the aptitude of differently abled students and assist them in getting appropriate employment when desired by them after their studies.
  • Celebrates important days pertaining to disability such as the World Disabled Day, White Cane Day, etc. in the institute to create awareness about the capabilities of differently abled persons.
  • The institute have special facilities such as ramps, rails and special toilets and lifts to suit the special needs of differently abled persons.
  • In addition, visually challenged students are provided with helper to aid in the examination. In case of any violation or discrimination against people with disabilities, the concerned person may move an application to the Grievance Redressal Cell of the institute, which shall address the matter to the principal. The decision taken by the principal shall be considered as final.

Code of Conduct for Lab Technicians:

  • Any unexpected breakdowns of lab machines/equipments must be reported immediately to the teaching staff in-charge of the particular lab.
  • Damages caused to the lab equipments by students due to mishandling must be reported to the concerned staff member for further action.
  • The responsibility of lab assistant to identify the requirement of lab consumables etc. preferably before the beginning of the semester and give the same in writing to lab in-charge.
  • All maintenance works must be carried out and recorded as per the schedules given by the lab in-charge, without affecting the regular lab class work.
  • Issue register for tools issued to the students must be maintained for each and every lab.
  • Ensure all procurements are recorded properly in stock registers and maintain separate registers for consumables and non-consumables.
  • To ensure the availability and proper maintenance of "first aid facilities and firefighting equipments".
  • Avoid other activities during lab hours unless assigned by the senior management.
  • Adjust lab work to a technician, who is familiar with that lab, in case of absence.
  • Ensure that the machine is in proper working condition and then allow the students to do the job.

Code of Conduct for Drivers:

  • Must wear proper uniform insisted by the college.
  • Must have heavy vehicle license for driving college vehicles.
  • Must wear shoes for safety purpose while driving.
  • Must wear seat belt compulsory while driving any kind of vehicles.
  • Drivers and conductors must follow driving rules insisted by the government.
  • Drivers must follow the speed recommended by the government and should not be in over speed.
  • Drivers and conductors should properly check first aid box, medicines and fire extinguisher are in good condition.

Monitoring Committee for Adherence to Code of Conduct:

The IQAC of B N Patel Institute Of Paramedical And Science acts as an umbrella body that, among other things, exercises oversight and monitors the functioning of the various committees concerned with matters of discipline, ethics and codes of conduct.

The various committees that help in implementing the code of conduct among students are:

  • Discipline Committee
  • Anti-Ragging Committee
  • Anti-Smoking Committee
  • Grievance Redressal Committee
  • Internal Complaints Committee
  • Student Council

The IQAC monitors the code of conduct for teaching and non-teaching staff and reviews it from time to time.


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  • +91 2692-250432

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