Bankim Sardar College

Transmitting Smiles in the Sunderbans since 1955
College with Potential for Excellence since 2016
Core Value - विद्या विमुक्तये Vidyā Vimuktaye
Vision - Enlightenment Empowerment Enrichment

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College Code of Conduct

Setting standards in acceptable behaviours

-        The Code of Conduct  

 

In any institute of higher education acceptable standards in behaviour are expected

The Code of Conduct generally remain displayed in the website

But the real task is to make the Code of Conduct observable and put them into practice.

In Bankim Sardar College it is one of our objectives to internalise the Code of Conduct particularly amongst the students through several practices

 

Practice 1 – Sundarmon Sapath

Students are habituated with the pledge that we are beautiful and we will make others beautiful.

Our Oath

We, the beautiful minds

Listen to beautiful words

Think of beautiful ideas

Speak beautiful words

We, the beautiful minds

Shall create beautiful campus

Shall build beautiful life

 

Practice 2 – Principal’s message to all students, teachers and staff  

Principal meets the students at regular intervals for imbibing the spirit of

“...wrong is wrong even if everyone is doing it and...”

“...right is right even if nobody is doing it...” 

 

Practice 3 – Principal meets students in need

Students in difficulties can approach the Principal at his office at any point of time and the Principal talks to their heart and share his experience and wisdom and make them believe in the Code of Conduct. The counselling by the Principal encourages the students to feel at home and paves way towards self discipline in the institution. 

 

Practice 4 – Principal and Teacher Mentors counsel the Mentees in Assembly

Principal makes conscious efforts to convene regular assembly of students where Principal and also the Teacher Mentors meet the students and emphasise on

01.                            Although there is no dress code your dresses should be student like

02.                            Always value your own time and be punctual to value other people’s time

03.                            Believe in harmony and peaceful co-existence within the college

04.                            Extend the spirit of harmony in the neighbourhood

05.                            Feel at home in campus and safeguard the college property

06.                            Learn the rules and regulations of the college and abide by that

07.                            Only studies will not be sufficient – try to have a holistic view towards life

08.                            Respect the teachers, the staff, the peer with due humbleness and expect reciprocity

09.                            Sincere attendance in class is a sense of dutifulness

10.                            Always distance from ragging and sexual harassment

11.                            Teachers are guardians, feel at home with the teachers

12.                            Not to indulge in being friendly with outsiders in the college

Practice 5 – Orientation Programme for 1st year Students

On this day the Principal and the Teachers meet the students in a general assembly and make them aware of the college code of conduct and the sense of discipline in every sphere of life

Practice 6 – Orientation Programmes for Guardians 

On this day the Principal and the Teachers meet the parents and make them aware about what are the minimum standards in behaviour that are expected from their wards

Practice 7 – Annual Programmes

01.   On the day of the International Women’s Day the students across both genders appreciate and observe the Gender Policy of the college is Respect Women and be Respected.

Code of Conduct - spirit of oneness across genders

02.  On the day of the Rakhi Purnima the teacher mentors and the students mentees organise the spirit of harmony amongst the school students, neighbourhood, Hindus and Muslims and develop the sense of oneness

Code of Conduct – spirit of harmony across caste, religion and community

03.   On any day of July / Aug the college observes Vriksharopana Utsav and Meen Mangal  invoking nature’s fertility and students participate in the Tree Planting Ceremony and Cultivation of Fish saplings in the college water bodies .

 Code of Conduct – spirit of being environment friendly

04.   On any day of birth anniversary of the former Presidents – Dr Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan and Dr APJ Abdul Kalam – students and teachers in unison observes the Teachers’ Day and the International Students Day   with the objective of building teacher student inter personal relationships

 Code of Conduct – spirit of mutual love & respect between the teachers and the students

05.   The college also observes NCC day, NSS day during the commencement of the academic year and enthuse the students with the spirits of contributing to the public life by social service and sacrifice

Code of Conduct – spirit of sacrifice for public and the society

06.   The college also observes the Independence day and the Republic day as neighbourhood relation building days. Students are made to learn beyond the narrow periphery of shelf and self and extend beyond campus to develop a holistic self. Students visit nearby schools and love the young kids.

Code of Conduct – spirit of building neighbourhood relation 

Practice 8 – Commemorating Birth Anniversaries or Events  

Swachata Saptaha (Campus Clean and Green Week) was observed during Sept 2017 to commemorate Gandhiji’s 150th birth anniversary and to spread the values of cleanliness amongst the students

Code of Conduct – spirit of hygiene and cleanliness

Sampriti Saptaha (Harmony Week) was observed during Sept 2018 to commemorate the 125th anniversary of Chicago Address to spread the wisdom of harmony amongst the students

Code of Conduct – spirit of communal harmony 

Practice 9 – Programmes on Professional Ethics and Legal Awareness  

The Department of Political Science and the Internal Quality Assurance Cell organises Workshop on Professional Ethics and Legal Awareness for the students, teachers, staff and local villagers in the neighbourhood    

Code of Conduct – spirit of dutifulness towards constitutional responsibilities  

 

Practice 10 – Statutory Bodies to review and monitor the disciplinary affairs   

-          Governing Body regularly  make reviews of disciplinary matters of the teachers and staff  

-          Anti-ragging committee takes into cognizance instance of ragging and make suitable redressal

-          Internal Complaint Cell (ICC) to find out whether sexual harassment is meted to the stakeholders   

 

Practice 11 - Teachers & Staff are guided by the Code of Conduct enshrined in

o   West Bengal Service Rules

o   Calcutta University Statute 1979

o   West Bengal College and University Administration Act 2017