A Management Program is like an induction to the Corporate world and it is our constant endeavor to make our students a perfect fit for the high expectations of the Corporate World. Students joining IIEBM are thus expected to behave in a mature manner, just like what would be expected of a manager when he joins the Corporate World. Students will be treated with dignity and respect and we would expect the same from them. Every successful corporate entity and its employees stand out from other organizations by the culture and code of conduct that exists in their respective organizations. We too, at IIEBM have a culture and code of conduct for which our students are found to stand apart from their contemporaries and counterparts.
Code of Conduct
Students are trained for bright corporate careers through various scientific grooming processes which involve healthy lifestyle. The word 'Discipline' for us implies adherence to civilized life and following the code of conduct. Therefore, strict discipline will be an essential part of the training process and defaulters will be dealt with appropriately.
Students Welfare Fund
The Administrative Officers as well as the Academic Faculties have been empowered to take suitable action / levy fines against students not adhering to the Code of Conduct of the Institute. The fines thus collected will go to the Students Welfare Fund.
Students are required to carry at least one pair of their traditional dress. Traditional dress means those dresses, which one generally wears as per his / her region, religion, customs and traditions, on festive occasions. The traditional dress will be worn for Pooja and during the induction ceremony. The best traditionally dressed male and female candidate will receive a cash award of Rs. 2,500/- each.
Attending classes and learning from learned instructors is a critical step towards growth and development of students, as the relevant skills required by the Industry have to be learnt in a systematic and progressive manner through class room sessions. Consistency in attendance is therefore a pre-requisite. Absence from classes leads to discontinuity in learning process and defeats the very approach of progressive learning, as subjects taught are inter-related and missing one session may lead to a break in the learning process / difficulty in following what is being taught in the next / ensuing session.
Consequently, it is not only difficult for students, but may put them under tremendous pressure leading to stress, frustration and depression. We have come across quite a few cases where students have become psychiatric cases because of the rigorous academic pressure. Therefore, attending classes regularly is essential for any student who joins a good management institution. Similarly, studying at the hostel / home regularly everyday shall lead to expected growth and development.
At times due to the paucity of time on account of the vast syllabus that has to be covered and other activities like corporate interaction, extracurricular activities etc., classes have to be held on Sundays also. Neither does IIEBM believe in the concept of holidays.
Each and every class is critical for the learning process and therefore no requests on account of medical grounds / any other grounds for exemption from attendance shall be accepted. Parents are advised to please understand the constraint of their ward who has a medical history and discourage them to take up our stressful management program, which is very hectic in nature with prolonged hours throughout the year. Such students may undergo tension & depression and may not be able to express their difficulties either to their parents or the management which can result in affecting their overall morale and performance. At IIEBM, requirements of the learning process are stringent in nature and cannot be changed.
Students are required to maintain a minimum of 90% attendance in every semester. It would be appropriate to mention here that one should not get disturbed in the mind and understand that attendance criteria provides sufficient cushion as the permissible limit of absence is 10% in every semester.
If one calculates the total number of days in every semester, one can legitimately be absent from classes on account of sickness or other important contingencies, for nearly 8 – 10 days, provided the student attends all classes regularly from the beginning and saves the 10% attendance for contingencies.
To be away from class for casual reasons cannot be justified. We, as an Institute, cannot restrict the movement of students. There is no system of leave with attendance. Grant of leave means permission to remain away from the campus on personal reasons which cannot entitle grant of attendance.
Parents of students absenting themselves from scheduled classes for more than 3 consecutive days without valid / justifiable reasons will be required to come and meet the Management of the Institute.
It is also to be noted that students cannot remain absent from scheduled classes and stay back in their hostel rooms, unless and until they are not well.
No half day leave shall be granted and students are advised not to approach the management for the same.
Holidays and Vacation
The students are unlikely to have holidays during the first six months as this is the transformation period. Classes may also be held on Sundays. There will be no vacations during or after any semester. We will utilize all the days of the year to sharpen and hone the knowledge and competitive skills of our students so that money invested by parents leads to building a productive career of their wards.
Parents are also advised not to approach the Management for their wards to be permitted / granted leave especially during festivals like Diwali, Dussehra, Christmas etc.
Behavior on Campus & Academics Block
Students are expected to report to the Institute 15 minute prior to the scheduled time at the gate in the morning and be inside the classrooms 5 minutes before the commencement of the class.
Those who reach for the class late will have to pay a fine which shall go to the 'Students Welfare Fund'. Similarly after entering the class they are not allowed to leave the class till the session gets over.
However in case of contingencies such as on medical ground the student concerned is expected to inform the Academic In-charge before leaving the academic block. Taking permission from the visiting faculty / faculty taking the class itself is not sufficient. In case any student leaves after giving attendance without permission from the full time faculty in charge, he / she will be dealt with disciplinary action.
Students staying in the hostel can leave the hostel for medical treatment any time with a roommate with prior permission from the warden. The 24 hours Van service can be availed for all emergencies. Students are expected to address their seniors as 'Sir' and 'Ma'am' respectively.
Students are expected to be dressed smartly as per the laid down Dress Code of the Institute. Wearing slippers is not permitted in the Academic Block. Students not adhering to the Dress Code shall not be permitted to attend lectures and shall be marked absent for that day.
Students should wear I-Card issued by the Institute round the neck at all times during their presence in the Institute / while away on all official work and visiting other organizations.
Male students are required to shave daily and have regular haircuts. Long and trendy hairstyles, sideburns, gelling & streaking of hair etc. is not permitted.
Lady students are required to either tie their hair with a clip or plate them. No flicks are allowed to be maintained.
Use of Mobile Phones
Carrying of mobile phone to classes is strictly prohibited. In case a student carries a mobile to the class, library, auditorium, computer lab / is found using the mobile in Academic Block a sum of Rs. 1000/- shall be fined. Besides that, the mobiles found inside the academic block will be confiscated and kept in the permanent custody of the Management. Even the SIM card shall not be given. The mobile phone and SIM card shall be returned to the student on completion of the course. Administrative Officer – 91 92256 49011
Admissions Department – 91 67919610 / 600
Admission Officer – 98605 00456.
Ragging of any kind is strictly prohibited. Anyone indulging in ragging will be dealt with 'Zero Tolerance' and will be expelled as this has been prescribed as a minimum punishment by the Supreme Court of India. The Supreme Court has also categorically mentioned that any students harassing fresher students physically and mentally will be booked by the Police, expelled from the college and also denied future admission. If anyone tries to rag any student the same should be reported immediately to the Director. (Ref: Maharashtra Prohibition of Ragging Act 1999).
Students who own two-wheelers
Accidents involving students driving two-wheelers without helmet have occurred in the past, which could have been avoided, had the students been wearing crash helmets. Therefore, wearing of crash helmets by the students riding two-wheelers and pillion riders is compulsory. Students violating this rule will be fined with Rs. 1000/- in the first instance and more stringent punishment will be awarded on subsequent occurrences. The fine thus collected will go to "Students Welfare Fund".
Instructions for staying on and off campus
Each student-occupant shall be provided with necessary furniture and other items like mattress, pillow, bedcover etc. All these items shall be the sole responsibility of the student and they will hand over the same in good condition at the time of vacating the hostel.
All the students are expected to be in their rooms by 10 pm. Late night parties or loitering around at odd hours, both inside the Campus and outside is not allowed. Similarly boys and girls moving into each other's hostel or private accommodation will attract rustication from the Institute. In this connection, it should be mentioned that students living in private accommodation adjacent to the campus should note that our culture and traditions do not permit boys and girls meeting at odd hours, even for the purpose of group / combined studies / preparation for group presentations / assignments.
Silence hours' will be observed after 11 pm in the hostels. Students are required to study before 11 pm at night and after 5 am in the morning, which is sufficient to maintain an excellent academic record, as learning is a continuous process and last minute studying will result in poor academic performance.
Laptops should not be used after 11 pm as proper sleeping helps to remain fresh, creative and active. Playing music or watching movies is not permitted during 'Silence hours'.
Also, students have to be considerate towards the other members staying with them in their rooms who might get disturbed on account of their wanting to keep awake till late hours of the night. Privacy of each roommate should be respected.
Students are expected to behave like gentlemen and ladies not only in the campus, but also throughout their stay with us, even while they are in their private quarters. We demand decent life style including maintenance and up-keep of living accommodation.
Students are not allowed to go and stay out of the hostel. If any student has to be away from his / her room after 10 pm. or wants to go out of station for any personal reason, he / she should take written permission from the Director. Permission for that is a must and shall be granted subject to parents' request to the Director at least 3 days in advance which should be done though a fax followed by a telephone call. The Director, in turn, will verify the request and recommend the 'Night out Pass' to the Rector of the Hostel. Night-outs will be restricted to the bare minimum, once in three months. Nomination of the local guardian, if any, should be made by parents through a letter addressed to the Director at the time of joining the Institute.
Hostel rooms are expected to be kept clean by the occupants. Staff has been engaged for cleaning the toilets and the corridors ONLY.
Students are supposed to switch off lights and fans when they are not in the room and ensure that water taps are turned off.
Students should keep their belongings safely in their cupboards. Management will not be responsible for loss of any valuables, cash, laptops, mobiles etc. Students are advised not to carry any valuable ornaments.Defaulters will be fined suitably.
It has been noticed that some students have had serious medical problems in the past, which they did not reveal at the time of admission. It is advisable that if anyone has serious medical problems they should not take admission in our Institute because the Institute may not be able to attend to their ongoing medical problems and also no absence for such reasons shall be entertained at a later date. However, if anyone develops this kind of illness during the course, it should be brought to the notice of the Institute.
Some of the serious ailments are:
Gall-bladder / kidney Stones
Old History of Tuberculosis
Depression / Mood Disorders
Severe jaundice in the past
All students should arrange for vaccination against common diseases like Hepatitis, Chicken pox and Typhoid, prior to joining the Institute.
Dengue and Malaria are common problems in Maharashtra. Prevention is the only way to encounter these diseases; simple measures which need to be taken are: Mosquito nets & Mosquito repellant's and Mats.
Certain diseases like diarrhea do occur during the rainy seasons. Again prevention should be the aim. The Institute has a mess which caters for the students. The hygiene aspects in these places are any time better than outside eating places. Hence, students are advised to eat their meals in the Institute mess.
The Institute offers only O.P.D. Medical Facilities to the students. Student having medical problems may avail this facility.
Students in Medical distress are expected to take care of themselves supported by their roommates. Once brought to the notice of the Warden, the Institute will render all the assistance possible but the ambulance & hospitalization charges will have to be borne by the student / parents.
Assessment of students behavior, conduct and integrity – endorsement in pg diploma
The industry at times asks us for reference and opinion about behavior, conduct, integrity and suitability of students even after they have passed out, for specific jobs / placements. They expect us to field the candidates with right attitude and attributes. This is not only for campus placements but also generally throughout the career of the students when they change jobs from one company to another. Traditionally the Director / Dean of the Institute are a reference point. We are also required to sign testimonials whenever a student wants to go for higher studies abroad. With passage of time, we have found it difficult to recollect the attributes of the individual students. Therefore, it has been decided that henceforth students will be graded for character and leadership qualities viz., Exemplary / Very Good / Good / Satisfactory / Unsatisfactory. Copy of the record will be retained in our archives for future reference.
We hope that our students will behave in a mature manner exhibiting positive attributes and leadership qualities.
Appreciation / complaints from companies
The students will be required to interact with the people from the Industry on different occasions like Workshops / Seminars / Corporate Events / Training Activities / Summer Internships / Live Projects.
It should be noted that the students are 'Brand Ambassadors' of the Institute and play a very important role in building the image of the Institute in the corporate world. It is on the basis of the students overall behavior and performance during their interaction with corporates which leads to the formation of an opinion about the Institute.
Appreciation from corporate / companies about student's good behavior / performance will enhance the image of the Institute, however on the other hand, negative reports will lead to the Institute's image being tarnished.
Therefore, any complaint received from the corporates / companies/ guest faculties will attract severe disciplinary action against the students. One such action could be that the concerned student will be placed in the 'Red List'.
Grant of term
Grant of term will be decided on the basis of the following:
Performance in internal and final examinations in each semester.
General behavior of the students within and outside the campus.
Red List: What is it?
All the indisciplinary cases will be placed in the "Red List" at the discretion of the Director.
Any negative report received by the Institute from the Company where the student is doing his / her "Internship or Project Studies" may result in the student being placed in the "Red List".
Students receiving advances from the office for co-curricular activities should furnish the accounts expeditiously failing which they may be placed in the "Red List".
Students not adhering to specified points of the Code of Conduct may be placed in the "Red List".
Students having less than the prescribed attendance shall be placed in the "Red List".
Red Listed students may be disqualified from appearing in the examinations. They shall not be provided assistance for Summer Internship Projects and Final Placements.