Code of Conduct
ATTENDANCE RULES AND CODE OF CONDUCT
A student shall be required to have a minimum attendance of 85% in each subject to be eligible for taking End Semester examination. Student who has been detained due to shortage of attendance shall not be allowed to appear for end-semester examination for the subject in which he/she fails to attain the minimum required attendance. Under such circumstances he/she shall be required to repeat all such subjects for which he/she is declared ineligible on account of shortage of attendance, through re-registrations for such subjects during subsequent semesters when the same are offered by the respective departments after paying the notified fee. The Institution enrolment number of such student shall however remain unchanged and he or she shall be required to complete the programme in a maximum permissible period as applicable to the programme he/she is registered in.
In case any student appears by default, who in fact has been detained by the Faculty, his/ her result shall be treated as null and void.
The students are advised to ensure that they meet the minimum attendance requirement for appearing in the End Semester examination failing which they shall not be allowed to sit in the examination. Students are also advised to maintain utmost expected discipline in and outside the Institution Campus. Disturbance of tranquility of the Campus in particular and society in general, through any means shall be treated as an act of indiscipline and suitable disciplinary action shall be taken against the defaulting students. Students are also advised to dress appropriately, while in campus, as per the demands of the occasion.
Institution has zero tolerance for indiscipline in and outside the campus by the students. Drinking, taking drugs, damaging Institution property, indulging in any kind of violence, misbehaving with fellow students/ teachers, ragging etc. are included in the list of undesirable activities and constitute the moral turpitude. Very strict action including suspension/ rustication from the roles of the Institution may be taken against the defaulting students.
The admission made by MRU shall be provisional, till the same is confirmed by the Registration Branch of the Institution.
If the Institution Authorities are not satisfied with the character, past behavior and antecedents of a candidate, they may refuse to admit him/her in the Institution. In order to ensure academic standards, discipline and congenial atmosphere in the Institution, the Vice-Chancellor of the Institution/ Dean of the concerned Faculty may cancel the admission of any student who is found to be involved in activities which are prejudicial to maintaining harmony on the campus. The Institution has a streamlined method of redressal of grievances.
The Grievances Redressal Committee addresses all kinds of grievances including those pertaining to admissions, examinations, conduct on the campus etc. on top priority.
The Institution has a Prevention of Sexual Harassment Committee to deal with all Sexual Harassment related issues, which are handled on utmost priority. The candidates who are admitted in the Institution would be required to follow all rules and regulations in letter and spirit, conduct themselves in an orderly manner and maintain the best decorum, failing which suitable penal action would be taken against them. Canvassing in any form for influencing the admission by any candidate and/ or his/ her parents/ guardians would result in his/ her summary rejection for admission. The admission procedure is subject to modification, without notice, as per directions of UGC or any competent authority.
All applicants are instructed to follow the MRU website on a regular basis for date of counseling and other details related to the admission process.
The contents of the Admission Brochure are subject to change without prior notice. All disputes pertaining to admission under the domain of Admission Brochure are subject to the jurisdiction of Courts at Faridabad only.