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The Student Code of Conduct is formulated to foster and protect the core mission and values of the Hope Foundation’s International Institute of Information Technology (I²IT), Pune to nurture the scholarly and civic development of the students in an academic environment that is safe and secure, and to protect the individuals, properties and the systems and procedures that support the activities of the Institute.
All the students while on the Institute campus continues to be subject to the laws of the land and violation of those laws may also constitute violations of the Code of Conduct. Under such circumstances, the competent Authorities of the Institute may proceed with necessary disciplinary action under the stated Code of Conduct independently of any civil/criminal proceedings as deemed fit. A student should not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, age, religion, gender, national or ethnic origin, marital status, sexual preference, physical disability or any other legally protected status.
A broad overview of the aspects covering the Code of Conduct include academic misconduct, cheating, plagiarism , disruption conduct , discrimination , falsification, refusal to identify, illegal or unauthorised possession or use of weapons, illegal or unauthorised possession or use of drugs or alcohol, smoking, unauthorised access and use of property and facilities, act of violence, threatening, harassing or assaultive conduct, theft, property damage and vandalism, recording of images without knowledge, causing disrepute to other students, failure to comply with the Institute or any other Competent authority, ragging, illegal contracts, abuse of electronic communication, media contact, organization and event registration, presenting false testimony and violation of the rules and regulations of the Institute.
Admission of the student to any academic programme of the Institute carries with it the presumption that students will conduct themselves as responsible members of the academic community. They are expected to practice high standards of academic and professional honesty and integrity and also to respect the rights, privileges, and property of other members of the academic community and the society. The students are also advised to refrain from any conduct that would interfere with the functions of the Institute or endanger the health, welfare or safety of other individuals on campus.
There are several committees constituted by the Institute to monitor the Code of Conduct for the students and address such aspects and provide for suitable resolutions within a reasonable period of time.
In addition to what is specified in the General Code of Conduct, we reiterate that being a professional Institution with students who are adults, we expect a high standard of discipline with emphasis on self discipline. It would be pragmatic to implement rules of the Institute reinforced by notices, circulars, ordinances and the like through the medium of self discipline. Please refer to the Institutes’s website for the detailed rules and regulations.
Mandatory Registration with Election Commission of India
India is a Democratic Country and to achieve its purpose, it is the duty of every citizen who attains the age of 18 years to mandatorily register on the Electoral Roll of the Indian Constituency as per the guidelines prescribed by “The Election Commission of India” and empower oneself to attain the “Right to Vote” and participate in the Democratic process.
The International Institute of Information Technology (I²IT), Pune serves as your foundation for academic, professional and social growth and we truly believe that the students are the core of our institute. We are committed towards achieving the success of the student individually and collectively. A copy of the Student Handbook is issued on the batch commencement day to every student admitted to the institute so that he / she understands the policies, procedures and other necessary information. As a conscientious individual and a student, he / she is expected to act in accordance with the general campus rules, related regulations and standards of conduct during his / her entire course duration. Click Here To Download