Violation of the Honour Code
Some of the examples of conduct that might be regarded as being in violation of the Honour Code include:
- • Unauthorized Access: Possessing, using, or exchanging improperly, acquired written or verbal information for completing any assignment or during any examination.
- • Unauthorized Collaboration: Unauthorized interaction with another Student or Students for the fulfillment of academic requirements.
- • Plagiarism: Submission of material that is wholly or substantially identical to that created or published by another person or persons, without adequate credit notations indicating the authorship.
- • Forgery: Forgery, alteration or misuse of any Institute document relating to the academic status of the student, for e.g.-resume- paddings, false sickness certificates.
- • Physical, verbal and emotional abuse, bullying ragging, indecent conduct, harassing etc.
- • Indecent commenting or sharing on/against any student, staff, faculty on any public forum on the internet or elsewhere.
- • False claims: half-truth/unjust claiming credit.
- • Acting in a manner aimed at eliminating competition, for e.g.by wrong and motivated inputs etc.
- • Unauthorized use of facilities and stealing.
- • Any aid to the violation of the honour code.
Sanctions for violating the Honour Code
Any violation of the Honour Code may invite sanctions. Some examples of sanctions for violation of the Honour code are:
- • Expulsion/Suspension from Institute, Hostel, and Student Activities
- • Monetary fine
- • Suspension of the Career Development Service
- • Denial of Institute scholarships/awards/medals