B. R. Harne College of Pharmacy

Karav, Vangani (W), Ambernath, Dist : Thane - 421503

Approved By PCI New Delhi, DTE and Affiliated to University of Mumbai & MSBTE

Eminence in Pharma Education

Code of Conduct

Working Schedule of the College

Monday to Friday - 8.30 am to 4.00 pm Saturday - 8.30 am to 1:00 pm Time table for the respective class will be displayed on notice board.

Anti-Ragging Committee

The college has an active Anti-Ragging Committee to ensure a 'ragging-free' environment. It strictly follows the Maharashtra Prohibition of Ragging Act, 1999, and its amendments and recent guidelines of AICTE in order to prevent ragging..

Disciplinary Norms

• Every student is responsible to the college and should take utmost care of the college premises and property. Any damage done to the property of the college is to be compensated either individually or collectively. Scribbling on the walls and desks is strictly prohibited. Severe punishment (including a fine) shall be imposed if any student is found scribbling on the walls /desks..

• Students should be particular about the cleanliness of the college premise. They should use the bins specially provided for litter. Students should switch off the lights, fans, etc. when not required and also while leaving the classroom, laboratory, and library.

• No student or staff member shall collect any money without the written permission of the Principal.

• Discipline and good behavior are expected from the students at all social gatherings and celebrations of the college.

• No notice shall be put on the notice board, including blackboards without the written permission of the faculty members authorized in the matter concerned.

• All programs, meetings, gatherings, picnics, hiking, etc. will be conducted only with the prior written approval of the Principal.

• Students are not allowed to go out of the college premises during the schedule. In case of any emergency or genuine reason, the student can go out to collect a gate pass from the office with permission of the class in charge and the Principal.

• Any student who is persistently insubordinate or is guilty of malpractices in connection with examinations or has committed an act of serious indiscipline or who in the opinion of the head of the institution has an unwholesome influence on his fellow students may be expelled or suspended from the college for a specified period. Insubordination and indecent language or conduct are sufficient reasons for the dismissal of a student.

• Students who are found adopting unfair means at the examination, will be dealt with as per the University Rules MU Act.1994 and Provisions of Act No.XXX1/1982 as the case may be. • Students found indulging in unfair means, submission of false documents, or in any activity contrary to the rules of discipline and provisions of Acts and Laws enforced by the Government will be liable to be expelled from the college without any notice by the Principal and Management.

• Students should make themselves familiar with the rules and regulations of the college from time to time. Students are expected to accept and observe all the rules and regulations of the institution to the entire satisfaction of the college authorities.

Attendance Compliance

Attendance in all lectures, practicals, tutorials, and examinations is compulsory for all students. Bunking of lectures/practicals is strictly prohibited and 100% attendance is expected from the students. A maximum of 25% default in attendance covering the student's sickness and other genuine causes supported by suitable explanation in writing can be considered. If attendance is not found to be 75% of actual instructional days and if the absence of 25% is not supported with valid reasons, the term will not be granted and the student will not be allowed to appear for the Examinations conducted on behalf of the University (University of Mumbai ordinance No. 119).

For one day’s leave of absence, a leave note duly signed by the parent should be produced on the next day. Absence on medical grounds for 3 days or more should be supported by a medical certificate from the doctor. In order to monitor attendance, the percentage of attendance is assessed for each student at the end of each month. Parents of the students having poor attendance are called to meet the college authorities.