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Academic Regulation

The Primeasia University student code of conduct has been formulated with goal of upholding standard mission of smooth disciplinary activities. It is responsibility of the Primesasia University to prepare the “Students Code of Conduct” available to all members to the University community such that in case of violations and subsequent convening of the “Disciplinary Committee” measures and procedures may clear to all parties concern. The violations of code of conduct shall invoke disciplinary process as prescribed in this document. Sanction will be commensurate with the seriousness of the offence and may include suspension or extreme, expulsion from the university. Reported offences justify increasingly severe sanction.

There shall be a code of conduct for the students of the Primeasia University consisting of offences. It includes:

  • Entering the University premise without Identity Cards.
  • Smoking inside the University premises.
  • Playing cards.
  • Writing, drawing or painting on any university property.
  • Conduct and attire that is lewd, indecent, or obscene.
  • Cheating in the Exam
  • Disorderly conduct, including obstructive and disruptive behavior that interferes with teaching, research, administration, or other university or university-authorized activity.
  • Failure to comply with the directions of authorized university officials in the performance of their duties, including failure to identify oneself when requested to do so; failure to comply with the terms of a disciplinary sanction; or refusal to vacate a university facility when directed to do so.
  • Unauthorized entry, use, or occupancy of university facilities;
    • Interfere with an individual’s personal safety, academic efforts, employment or participation in university-sponsored activities and that under the circumstances causes the person to have a reasonable apprehension that such harm is about to occur; or
    • Injure that person, or damage his or her property; or
    • “Fighting words” that are spoken face-to-face as a personal insult to the listener or listeners in personally abusive language inherently likely to provoke a violent reaction by the listener or listeners to the speaker.
  • Intentionally obstructing or blocking access to university facilities, property, or programs.
  • Engagement, solicitation, initiation, encouragement, abetment, organization, facilitation, provocation of any sort of political activity inside and in the adjacent area of the university premises.
  • Dishonest conduct including, but not limited to, false accusation of misconduct, forgery, alteration, or misuse of any university document, record, or identification; and giving to a university official information known to be false.
  • Assuming another person’s identity or role through deception or without proper authorization. Communicating or acting under the guise, name, identification, e-mail address, signature, or other indications of another person or group without proper authorization or authority.
  • Knowingly initiating, transmitting, filing, or circulating a false report or warning concerning an impending bombing, fire, or other emergency or catastrophe; or transmitting such a report to an official or an official agency.
  • Unauthorized release or use of any university access codes for computer systems, duplicating systems, and other university equipment.
  • Actions that endanger one’s self, others in the university community, or the academic process.
  • Unauthorized taking, possession, or use of university property or services or the property or services of others.
  • Damage to or destruction of university property or the property belonging to others.
  • Unauthorized setting of fires on university property; unauthorized use of or interference with fire equipment and emergency personnel.
  • Unauthorized possession, use, manufacture, distribution, or sale of illegal fireworks, incendiary devices, weapon or other dangerous explosives, drugs.
  • Acting with violence.
  • Aiding, encouraging, or participating in a riot.
  • Harassment
  • Stalking or hazing of any kind whether the behavior is carried out verbally, physically, electronically, or in written form.
    • Stalking is defined as repeated, unwanted contact in the forms of, including but not limited to, phone calls, e-mail, physical presence, and regular mail.
    • Hazing is defined as any conducts that subjects another person, whether physically, mentally, emotionally, or psychologically, to anything that may endanger, abuse, degrade, or intimidate the person as a condition of association with a group or organization, regardless of the person’s consent or lack of consent.
  • Physical abuse of any person, including the following:
    • The use of physical force or violence to restrict the freedom of action or movement of another person or to endanger the health or safety of another person;
    • Physical behavior that involves an express or implied threat to interfere with an individual’s personal safety, academic efforts, employment, or participation in university-sponsored extracurricular activities or causes the person to have a reasonable apprehension that such harm is about to occur; or
    • Physical behavior that has the purpose or reasonably foreseeable effect of interfering with an individual’s personal safety, academic efforts, employment, or participation in university-sponsored extracurricular activities or causes the person to have a reasonable apprehension that such harm is about to occur;
    • Sexual assault, including while any party involved is in an impaired state;
    • Sexual contact with another person without consent, including while any party involved is in an impaired state.
  • Gambling or any other game or any other activity with the element of betting.
  • Violation of other disseminated university regulations, policies, or rules.
  • A violation of any criminal law.
  • Engaging in or encouraging any behavior or activity that threatens or intimidates any potential participant in a judicial process.
  • Possession and distribution of unauthorized printed materials inimical to public interest.
  • Membership in political subversive organization.