Code of Conduct

The Code of conduct at BHOPAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & MANAGEMENT is designed to maintain the quality and integrity of the College. Matriculation to the BITM is manifestation of acceptance of the Code of conduct and its implications

  • The purpose of the Code of conduct is to stimulate and promote the ideals of honesty and integrity. If all students and faculty fulfill their respective responsibilities as described in the Code, the culture of honesty and integrity that is so important to the success of the Engineering profession will be maintained.
  • The Code of conduct is based on the principle that a student, when placed on his or her honor, will not violate that trust. It is the obligation of the student or faculty member not to violate the Code of conduct nor aid in any violation, and an ethical and professional obligation to report any violation seen or suspected
  • Students in the BITM are responsible for upholding the principles of the Policy Statement on Scholastic Dishonesty and Ethical Conduct in the College namely:
    • To understand the definition of scholastic dishonesty.
    • To understand the instructions for each assignment, quiz, or examination.
    • To refrain from committing any acts of scholastic dishonesty.
    • To take appropriate action when acts of scholastic dishonesty are observed.
    • To understand the importance of confidentiality in pharmacy practice and the ramifications of breaching patient trust.
    • To engage in appropriate classroom and laboratory conduct.
  • . Faculty in the BITM are responsible for upholding the principles of the Policy Statement on Scholastic Dishonesty and Ethical Conduct in the College, namely:
    • To communicate clearly in writing the instructions for each assignment.
    • To design examinations that minimize the opportunity for scholastic dishonesty.
    • To evaluate assignments on the basis of reasonable expectations given the difficulty of the assignment.
    • To actively and consistently enforce the University rules governing scholastic dishonesty.
    • To be familiar with the scholastic dishonesty policy.
    • To actively and consistently promote a classroom environment conducive to learning.