Code of Conduct

  1. Students have to be punctual for assembly.
  2. Every student must have put in a minimum of 80% of attendance separately for theory and practicals to be eligible for University Examination.
  3. Attendence shall be taken before each lecture, practical class or clinicals.
  4. Students are not permitted to remain in the class rooms except during the hours of instruction.
  5. Students should not be absent from the class without leave unless such absence is satisfactorily explained or informed prior.
  6. Mass walk outs or strikes are strictly prohibited
  7. Ragging in any form is a criminal offence, and will be dealt with all seriousness. Any such activities will be reported to the police and the students indulging in ragging will be expelled from the college.
  8. Students on the role of the college are forbidden to take any active part in political agitation against the authority of the management / government. Students of this college getting involved in activity that may interfere with the co-operative life and educational work of the college will be liable to be suspended or expelled from the college by the Principal.
  9. Mobile phones are strictly prohibited in the college campus and student found to have violated the rule are under disciplinary action as per policy.
  10. Students are forbidden to affix posters, display materials and other articles on the walls of the college buildings.

Nursing is a noble profession and teaching assumes the obligation to conduct oneself in accordance with the ideals of the profession. The teacher can inspire, inspect, ignite, instill love of learning. It should follow the ethical values like care, trust, respect and so on.

  1. Uphold the honour and dignity of the teaching profession and should collaborate with the institutional mission, vision and values. The INC code of conduct for nurses also should be a focus for making upcoming buds.
  2. Impart innovative and quality education to students in concern with students interest.
  3. Abide the rules and regulation of the institution irrespective of caste, creed, gender, socio-economic status and religion.
  4. Develop a sense of inquiry in the pursuit of knowledge.
  5. Be impartial, interact with students in a friendly manner and instill scientific and democratic outlook.
  6. Pursue advancement in professional knowledge and personal value system through participation in research, staff development programmes and so on.
  7. Acquaint with recent advancements in teaching and learning for the better skill in patient care.
  8. Maintain peaceful and cohesive environment for fellow colleagues and students.