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6.4 Rule for Computing SGPA/CGPA The Semester Grade Point Average (SGPA) will be calculated by computing the sum of grade points in respective courses multiplied by their respective credits and dividing it by the total credits for all courses in that Semester. Similarly, Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) will be calculated at the end of each Semester as a composite index of academic performance of the student up to that stage in the programme.

6.7 Requirements for Promotion to the Next Semester i. A student will be promoted to next Semester within one academic year provided he/she has cleared the courses equal to the forty percent (40%) of the total credits offered in that semester. If the forty percent (40%) of the total credits fall in decimal points, the next whole number will be considered for fulfilling such requirement. ii. A student will be promoted to next academic year provided he/she obtains a minimum of 4.00 CGPA at the end of respective year. iii. The student will be required to clear the subject(s) in which he/she has got 'F' grades, as back paper(s) in subsequent semester. In case the student has been promoted to next semester/year before announcement of results for the previous semester/year all such promotions will be provisional and subject to meeting the above mentioned criteria for promotion.

6.8 Examination a. The schedule for mid-semester and end-semester examinations will be announced by the Examination Section. b. The dates for other components of evaluation will be decided by the Course Coordinators of the respective courses. c. The detailed Examination Guidelines are given below:

Examination Guidelines i.

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iii.

iv.

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All students must occupy their respective seats as per the seating plan. Any student found shuffling the seating arrangement, or not occupying his/her seat at the scheduled commencement time for the examination may be disallowed from the examination. Door of the Examination Hall will be closed five minutes before the commencement of the examination and the late comers will be allowed after 15 minutes from the time of reporting. Students must put their signatures and the serial number(s) of the answer books/ supplementary sheets on the attendance sheet. Students are not permitted to use pencils for writing answers in examinations.


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Students are not permitted to carry any of their mobile phones/bags/folders/notes into the examination hall. All such materials, other than those specified by the course coordinator to the Programme/Examination office, must be kept in the separate room near the examination halls, before the start of the examination. No answers books(s) or question paper(s) will be issued to any student as long as he/she is in possession of any book/ notes/ bags etc. however, with the permission of the course coordinator concerned, prescribed books are allowed to be brought in for an open book examination. Bringing any other book(s) (for open book examination) will also be considered as adopting unfair means. Ordinarily no student would be permitted to temporarily leave the examination hall while the examination is in progress. Permission to temporarily leave the hall may be granted in exceptional circumstances. No student shall be permitted temporary absence from the examination hall during the first 45 minutes of an examination. No student shall be permitted temporary absence from the examination hall during the last 15 minutes of an examination. Not more than one student shall be permitted temporary absence from the examination hall at any given time. The period of temporary absence from the hall must be recorded in the sheet provided in the examination hall and must not exceed 5 minutes. Any student finishing the examination early and leaving the examination room early must leave the Examination Hall immediately. Silence must be maintained when arriving for or leaving from an examination hall. When the examination is in progress, if any student is found discussing anything with another student, either in or outside the examination hall, the same will also be treated as adopting unfair means. Strict vigilance and random checking will be done in this regard, and severe punishment will be imposed whenever a student is found to be violating these regulations. Exchange of calculators, mathematical and other tables, charts etc., is not permitted during examinations. Course coordinators/Invigilators have been authorized to summarily disqualify any student who is found to violate any of these instructions of resorting to any unfair means. Use of unfair means in examinations will be treated as a serious disciplinary offence and the student will be debarred from writing the exam and would have to repeat the course in the following academic year. Such a student will not be eligible for promotion/ placement/award of degree until successful

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completion of the examination in the following academic year. If the same student is found to be using unfair means in examination again, the student's registration in the programme shall be terminated and the student will be expelled from the programme. xvii. Copying, or collaborating in copying, in a Quiz/assignment/project will be treated as a disciplinary offence. The penalty for such an offence will be decided by the concerned Course Coordinator in consultation with the Dean of the concerned School. xviii. Under no circumstances, the answer books are to be taken out of the classrooms/examination halls. Handling in the answer books will be the sole responsibility of the student. xix. There will not be any compensatory examination on account of absence from mid-semester and endsemester examinations on any ground. xx. The concerned faculty members will show evaluated Assignments/Project Reports/Quizzes to the students directly or through Programme Office. Clarification on evaluation of examinations can be directly sought from the faculty concerned. Requests for re-evaluation of answer books are strictly prohibited. Requests for seeing evaluated answer books shall not be entertained after one full semester has elapsed since the examination and in no case after the Convocation.

6.9 Re-Examination (Back Paper) i. Students who have obtained a 'F' grade in a particular course will have to appear for re-examination. ii. Back paper would be of 75 marks and would include the weightage of both Mid-semester & End semester exams. iii. Examination Section will make the necessary arrangements for conducting re-examinations. iv. Re-examination fees is Rs. 1000/ for each exam. v. Normally, there will be no make-up arrangements for quizzes, presentations, other tests, etc. However, a Course Coordinator may decide to have make-up arrangements for missed quizzes, presentations and tests. The Course Coordinator's decision will be final in this matter. vi. There will be no provision for re-examination in case of Summer Project report.

6.10 Attendance in Class In all such courses where a student's attendance is below 75% after completion of the course, his/her result will be declared incomplete in these courses. i. In such cases the student will have to repeat the course in summer semester with due payment of necessary fee as decided by the competent body/authority from time to time. ii. In case, due to some reasons, the course, in which a student gets his/her result as incomplete is not offered, the student will be suggested to take a related course of equivalent credit(s).

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iii. Attendance is compulsory in all courses and 100% attendance is desired. However maximum 25% relaxation can be given in case of any unforeseen emergency. Course coordinator may assign suitable weightage to class attendance in the evaluation scheme of the course. Course coordinator may also take into account unauthorized absence, while evaluating the performance in a course. iv. In specific circumstances the attendance requirement for appearing in the End-Semester examination may further be relaxed by additional 15% on 'Special Grounds'. Such relaxation will be granted by the ViceChancellor on specific recommendation of the Dean of the concerned School. Detailed Guidelines for marking attendance in Class are given below:

6.11Guidelines for Marking Attendance in a Class i. Attendance will be taken for every session whether it is lecture or tutorial class of any kind prescribed in the University time table. ii. Coming late to the University and reporting late to the class is a serious breach of discipline. Students will not be permitted to leave or come late to the class under any pretext such as paying fees or library transaction, etc. Time fixed for such purposes during office hours must be adhered strictly. In any case, no student is allowed to leave the classroom without permission of the teacher. iii. No student(s) shall in any manner prevent any other student or students from attending his/ her/ their classes or doing his/her/ their lawful duty. iv. Exemption from attending classes will not be granted except for emergencies. v. No student shall be absent without prior application for leave. vi. If a student absents himself/herself from the classes for more than three days, the parent/guardian must write an explanatory letter giving reasons. If leave of absence is sought on grounds of sickness, medical certificate is necessary. This procedure should be adopted for absence from classes of even less than three days if it happens during the University Examinations. vii. Indifference to studies shall be considered violation of order and discipline. Absence from the tests, examinations, non-submission of exercise/assignment in time and coming late to the classes without valid reasons, shall be considered indifference to studies. viii.Late entry in the class is not permitted. In case the faculty concerned does allow the student to enter in the class, no attendance will be credited. ix. If a student is continuously absent from the University for more than 10 days without notifying the Dean of the concerned School, his/her name will be struck off the rolls of the University.


6.12 Re-admission A student may be allowed for re-admission with the next available batch provided he/she satisfies one of the following conditions: i. He/she is declared fail. ii. He/she is promoted with carry over subjects and he/she opted for readmission.

Re-admission Rules i. Readmission in a class-year shall be allowed only once and a student shall not be allowed for readmission in more than two class years during the entire program. ii. Maximum years that can be spent in a programme are n+2 years, where n represents the normal programme duration. iii. On readmission the Roll number of the student will remain the same and every Roll number will carry with it the year of admission. iv. Student failing to earn yearly qualifying CGPA after taking readmission in any year shall be dropped out of the program.

6.13 International Exchange Programme Credit Requirement Under the International Exchange programme the students who take up studies in foreign University/Institute for some specified period will have to do equivalent credit courses as in GBU for that period. The courses to be taken up by the students will be decided by GBU authorities in consultation with its counterpart in foreign University/Institute and the students will be required to do these courses, compulsorily. Normal conversion criteria as applicable will be used for converting the Credits from foreign University to GBU. In case, due to any reason, the number of courses taken up at foreign University/Institute are less than the credits to be done at GBU for the specified period, the student will have to take up project/guided courses at GBU, after return, to make up for the difference, under the supervision of faculty member as decided by the Dean of the concerned School. Marks/grades obtained by a student in foreign University/ Institute will not be considered for CGPA calculation at GBU. However, the student will have to clear/pass all the courses taken-up in the foreign University/Institute as per the norms of foreign University/Institute.

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RULES AND REGULATIONS 31


Library Working Hours

7.1 LIBRARY: Regulations for Library Facilities Membership Rules i. The University Bodhisattva Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar Library is a Resource Centre and primarily meant for the faculty members (Core and Visiting), students and staff of the University. ii. Members of the Board of Management can also avail of the library facilities.

From

From

To

Monday to Friday

9.00 AM

10.00 PM

Saturday, Sunday and Holiday

9.00 AM

5.00 PM

Circulation(Monday to Friday)

9.00 AM

7.00 PM

Circulation(Saturday)

9.00 AM

5.00 PM

Ÿ Any change in Library timings will be notified in advance. Ÿ Library will remain closed on National holidays only.

7.2 Rules for Borrowing Books Borrowing facilities are given only to the members of the library against the non‐transferable Library Membership (Smart) Card issued by the Library to the members. Borrowing is permitted only through the counter.

Entitlement of Books (Loan Period) : TEACHING S. No.

Type of Users

Number of Books

Period

Overdue Charge

1.

Professor

10

One Semester

Nil

2.

Associate Professor

08

One Semester

Nil

3.

Assistant Professor

08

One Semester

Nil

4.

Faculty Associate

08

One Semester

Nil

Number of Books

Period

Overdue Charge

NON-TEACHING S. No.

Type of Users

1.

Officers

10

One Semester

Nil

2.

Assistants

05

One Semester

Nil

STUDENTS S. No.

Type of Users

Number of Books

Period

Overdue Charge

1.

Research Scholar

08

One Month

Nil

2.

Students

04

15 Days

Rs 5 per day after due date

Periodicals i. Current Journals/Magazines are strictly for reference purposes in the library, and will not be issued to anyone. If there is an urgent need, then the back issues of a few journals/magazines can be issued for over‐night against the Library Membership Card. ii. In case a Journal/Magazine is lost, double the cost of the Journal/Magazine shall be payable along with a fine of Rs. 20/‐. Failure to deposit the cost of the lost Journal/Magazine along with fine within two days, of the date of return, may result in debarring from Library facilities.

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Reference Books Reference books will not be issued to anyone. If there is an urgent need, then the reference books can be issued for over‐night against the Library Membership Card.

Newspapers News papers are strictly for reference and study in the library without removing any page.

Photo Copies Photocopies of articles and news, published in journals/ magazines, newspapers, reference documents, etc., will be available on payment. These will be arranged by the Library Staff, with whom the charges are to be deposited.


Loss of Library Membership Smart Card Loss of Library Membership Smart Card must be reported immediately to the Dean, Student Affairs in writing for issue of a duplicate card a fee of Rs. 250/‐ shall be payable. In case a duplicate card is lost, a triplicate Library Smart card will be issued on payment of Rs. 250/‐. If the previous library Smart card is traced out, the same should be returned to the library for cancellation. The member who has lost the Library Smart Card shall be held responsible for all the books/ journals issued on the lost card either to him/her or to any other person.

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7.3 Rules for Issue & Return of Books and Publications i. Books must be returned any time during the Library working hours by the users/students at the Library Counter on or before the due date. Failure to return the book(s) in time shall entail a fine @ Rs. 5/‐ per day per book. Any further delay will result in debarring the defaulter from the Library facilities. ii. Re-issue of books is not allowed. iii. Book(s) lost by any user/student must be reported to Library immediately and pay the double price of Library book or documents lost. iv. The Librarian can recall any book(s), issued to any one, at any time to meet urgent demand, failing which a fine of Rs. 20/‐ per book per day shall be imposed. v. Books can be got reserved if required. However, the library will not keep the book reserved for more than one day, and thereafter, the same book will be issued to the next student in waiting. vi. Every student/staff/faculty shall have to obtain a “No Dues Certificate” from the Library. vii. The Library can refuse to issue books or library usage to member having unpaid dues.

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All Library users must sign in/out Register lying with the Security Guard at the Library Main Gate. While entering in the Library, users/students should leave their personal belongings such as bags, personal books, magazines, umbrellas, water bottle etc. at the counter reserved for this purpose. Only note‐books are allowed for taking notes. Deposit your personal belongings at the property counter. The Bodhisattva Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar Library is not responsible for theft of personal property kept at the entrance. All the student members must produce their Library Membership Card on the Library Counter at the time of issue/return of the books. The Library Staff may refuse entry to those who do not produce valid Library Membership Card. Library users must satisfy, before leaving the Issue Counter, as to whether the books are in a complete and sound condition or not, otherwise he/she will be held responsible for any damage if the book is found damaged in any manner.

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Users should maintain peace and silence in the library and should not disturb other readers. Defaulters will be debarred from Library facilities. Chatting, eating, drinking, smoking, listening to music is strictly prohibited in the Library Premises. The Library users must keep their mobiles off. Failure to do so may result in debar from library usage. In accordance with University policy, the use of tobacco products and alcohol is strictly prohibited in the Central Library Users are advised to not enter areas of the Central Library marked as “Staff Only” without permission. Users/students of the library should not deface, mark, cut pages mutilate or damage the reading materials in any way. Users doing so are liable to be fined heavily, apart from being asked to pay the cost of the damage document. In case a user repeats the offence a second time, his/her Library Membership Card is liable be impounded and the Membership Card will be terminated with immediate effect. Any user/student found stealing a book, tearing off leaves of a book or damaging or mutilating a book, shall be liable to pay cost of the document(s) (books, journals/magazines, news‐papers, etc.) and a fine of Rs.500/‐, in addition. In this regard, the Discipline Committee will be requested to take appropriate action against the defaulting user/student. Pasting of non‐University related materials in the Central Library be approved by the Library staff. Users leave the Library 10 minutes before the closing time to help the staff to close the library on time. The University library follows open access book system. Books should be handed over to the library staff on duty. Books should not be shelved by the readers. It must be remembered that a book misplaced is a book lost. Users/students leaving the library should permit the library staff to examine their personal belongings, to prevent slippage of library material, even by default. A borrower going on leave with or without salary, deputation, study leave, or extra‐ordinary leave will have to return all borrowed material before leaving the University.

Students violating the above mentioned Library Rules or found guilty by the Library Staff, his/her Library Membership Card will be suspended and also debarred from Library facilities with immediate effect. Bodhisattva Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar Library is a Resource Centre and all members of the library are requested to make themselves familiar with the library systems and procedures in order to make the fullest use of the library facilities. The co‐operation of the library members is earnestly solicited in the observance of the library rules. Full co‐operation to help the users to get the books and information efficiently and effectively is ensured. In case of any problem the user may see the Librarian. Your suggestions towards making the library facilities more useful are welcome.

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HOSTELS 8.1 Rules and Regulation for Hostel Facilities Guidelines for Students i. All students, if hostel accommodation is provided / available shall be required to stay in the Hostel during entire period of academic year. ii. Semi-furnished hostels are available for Boys and Girls. These hostels shall be governed by a set of rules and regulations, framed by competent bodies / authorities from time to time. iii. In case of any transit from the University campus, students are required to sign – in & sign – out in entry register. iv. The students shall use their own lock & key as a measure of safety. v. The Hostel Warden shall be the administrative – in – charge of a hostel and his decision / order regarding maintenance of discipline, decorum, messing arrangements and all other matters related to student welfare shall be strictly followed by the residents.

8.2 Hostel Admission i. On arrival, the student will report to the Hostel supervisor or any other official of the hostel authorised by the Hostel Warden and will take possession of the room after signing the inventory of the furniture, electrical and other items in the room. ii. Hostel room is allotted for one academic session and will have to be vacated during summer vacations or any other period as decided by the competent authority from time to time. iii. At the end of the each academic session a student shall be required to vacate his/her room and hand over the charge of the room including all items on the inventory to the Hostel supervisor or any other person authorised by the competent authority. iv. If a student desires to retain his/her room during vacations for authorised work / valid reasons he / she must seek prior permission of the Warden.

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v. Inter-change/clubbing/shifting of furniture (bed, chair, table etc.) from one room to another or Common Room is strictly prohibited. vi. Mutual exchange of rooms after final allotment is not allowed. However, Warden may allow this as a special case on a valid and reasonable ground. vii. Students who discontinue their studies in the middle of the session, for whatever reasons, shall be required to vacate the hostel immediately and hand over the inventory after which a 'No dues certificate' from the Hostel Warden will be provided to them. viii.Hostel rooms are of single occupancy. However, in case of non-availability of rooms, the Hostel Warden can allot a room to more than one student.

8.3 Security in the Hostel i. No student shall remain absent from the hostel without prior permission of the Hostel Warden and is not allowed to stay outside his/her hostel after timings fixed by the competent authority from time to time. Violation of Hostel timings shall be considered a grave act of indiscipline. ii. In case of any leave, student must submit the Leave application form available in the Hostel office and provide contact details during his/her period of absence. iii. Students, in their own interest, are advised not to keep excess cash or any valuables in their hostel rooms. The University shall not be responsible for the loss of such items due to theft or otherwise. However, in case of any theft, the matter should be immediately reported to the Warden/ Supervisor of the Hostel. iv. Cases of serious illness, if any, should be immediately reported to Hostel Warden/Supervisor. v. No meeting / function can be organized in the hostel without prior written permission of the Hostel Warden. vi. Silence should be observed in corridors, rooms or other common place and care must be taken to avoid any disturbance to other residents.


8.4 Discipline: Ragging i.

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As per the rulings of the Honourable SUPREME COURT, Government of India, ragging in any form is a cognizable offence. Any student indulging in ragging will be immediately expelled from the Hostel and disciplinary action may culminate in his/her expulsion from the University as well. The University administration may report incidents of ragging to the Police for taking appropriate actions under the law. Entry of boys students in rooms of Girls Hostel and Girls Student / ladies in boys Hostel is strictly prohibited except parents which may be permitted to visit the room for short period with prior permission of Warden. Residents shall respect the right of each individual to express his/her ideas, pursue his/her interests and follow the style of life more meaningful to him/her. However, party based political campaigning is strictly prohibited. Any act of intimidation/violence, use of abusive language, wilful damage to property, riotous behaviour or possession / use of weapons shall be strictly prohibited inside / outside the Hostel / University campus. Use of narcotics, consumption of alcoholic beverages, gambling inside and outside the campus shall also be considered a grave act of indiscipline. Students are not allowed to possess motorcycles/ scooters / cars in the University campus. Only bicycles are allowed in the campus.

viii. Students can play only at the places specifically designated for the purpose. Playing inside the Hostel corridor is strictly prohibited.

8.5 Guests / Visitors i. Girl students parents must submit a list of those relatives and/or their acquaintances along with photograph who can visit/meet their daughters or with whom their daughters can go during holidays or leave. ii. Entry of male visitors to the girls Hostel will be restricted to the designated visitor area only. iii. All visitors must enter their details in the 'Visitor Book' and the names of the person they are visiting. Visitors should be received at the lobby and not in the rooms.

iv. Visiting Hours: 12.00 noon to 2.00 p.m. & 4.00 p.m. to 6.00 p.m. (Working days) 8.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m. (Sundays / Holidays)

v. Visitors shall not be allowed to stay in the Hostel. However, they may stay in the Guest House after seeking booking. The terms and conditions will apply.

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8.6 Mess / Catering

8.7 Maintenance of the Hostel

i.

All students shall compulsorily be member of the hostel mess. ii. Only vegetarian food will be served. iii. Students should strictly follow the timings of the Mess. The mess timings for Breakfast, Lunch, Evening Tea & Dinner are as follow: Breakfast

7.00 a.m. to 8.30 a.m.

Lunch

12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Evening Tea

5.00 p.m. to 6.00 p.m.

Dinner

7.30 p.m. to 9.00 p.m.

iv. No students shall be allowed to enter the kitchen / store or to instruct the kitchen staff. Complaints, if any, shall be brought to the notice of the Mess Supervisor. v. Students should take all their meals in the dining hall only. They are not allowed to carry their food in the rooms. vi. Students should not take any utensils, crockery or cutlery from the dining room to their rooms. vii. Use of immersion rods, room heaters, electric kettle, iron etc. is strictly prohibited. viii. No cooking is allowed in the Hostel rooms. ix. Mess reduction is allowed to the student if he/she remains absent for four or more than four days with the prior approval of the Warden. Application for mess reduction should be submitted 3 days in advance in prescribed form. In addition, students applying for mess reduction should also sign in the Mess Leaving Register.

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iv. v. vi. vii. viii.

ix. x.

Students may register their complaints / suggestions, if any, in the Complaint & Suggestion Book, which is available in the Hostel Office. Common areas like toilets, bathrooms, floors etc. are cleaned by the staff provided by the University. However, it is the responsibility of the students to keep their rooms neat and tidy. There should be no littering in and around hostel premises. All garbage should be put in the bins provided for this purpose. Students must try to economize electrical consumption. They must switch off fans, lights, etc. when not required. If misused, the supply to the block or room may be discontinued. While leaving the room, all switches (lights, fans, etc) must be put 'OFF'. Students must ensure that the water taps are properly closed after use in the hostel. Students must not tamper with electric fitting. Any type of marking on hostel inventory/walls etc. shall be treated as an act of indiscipline. Students must take care of all the fittings, fixtures & furniture in their rooms as well as other hostel property such as electrical fittings in the pantry, bathrooms and sanitary fittings i.e. wash basins, water taps in the bathrooms. Any deliberate damage shall be charged from the student found to be immediately responsible. If the persons causing the damage can not be identified, the same will be assessed equally upon all the students of the respective hostel, lobby or block, as the case may be. Students can use Computers in their room. The students shall be required to follow all the Rules & Regulations framed by the Competent Authority from time to time.


9.0 COMPUTER LAB FACILITIES: Regulations i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi.

vii. viii.

ix.

x.

Students should make an entry in the lab register every time while coming in or going out of the lab No food or beverages are allowed in the computer lab at any time. No shouting, loud talking or cell phone use will be allowed inside the labs. Students are not permitted to install, modify or delete any software on lab computers. Scheduled classes in the labs have priority over all other uses. Each user will be provided adequate space on the network. User data files should be saved on the network drive. All new users will be provided with new individual User‐id & Email‐id. The computer lab is not responsible for problems caused by computer viruses, improper use of the equipment, or loss of data due to equipment malfunctions or any other reason. Equipment in the computer labs may not be removed, modified, relocated, or disassembled without permission of the Lab In‐charge. The computer lab resources are prohibited from usage for any illegal or disruptive purposes.

xi.

Reproduction of any copyrighted material (e.g. Software, music, video, books, photographs, etc.) is prohibited. xii. Displaying of offensive graphic images by way of Internet Explorer or other software's are not permitted. Chatting, playing games are not allowed. xiii. Problems with computer lab equipments and software problems should be reported to the lab personnel immediately. xiv. Print outs are possible from the computer lab on following payment basis: a. Colour Printouts:Rs 5/‐ per page b. B/W Laser Printout:Rs 2/‐ per page xv. Users are expected to keep the computer lab neat and tidy and if needed, should clean up the area around the computer that they used before leaving. xvi. Protect your privacy by logging off the computer before leaving the computer lab xvii. Any physical damage to the system or any lab property will lead to the punishment in the form of cash payment to be decided by the competent authority. xviii. Students who do not follow the above rules will be suspended from using the lab and will face the disciplinary action.

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10.0 DISCIPLINE AT CAMPUS Gautam Buddha University, an emerging global centre for education and research excellence, maintains high standards of integrity, accountability and discipline. Being integral members of GBU family and future leaders, students too are required to inculcate habit of self‐discipline abiding by the following norms and practices. Parents/Guardians are requested to cooperate with the University authorities in maintaining discipline and decorum in the University. ii. While staying at Campus, students shall conduct themselves in such a way as to bring credit to themselves and to the University. a. They should be courteous and respectful towards all the members of the faculty and staff, and their fellow colleagues. b. They should not indulge in loitering, shouting, whistling and other such acts that cause nuisance in the premises of University. c. It is the moral responsibility each GBU student to help keep the University Campus Clean, Green and Healthy by following environment friendly practices and lifestyle. d. Dirtying, defacing or damaging the University is a serious offence and shall amount to severe punishment. iii. All circulars will be put on the designated notice boards. Students should cultivate the habit of looking at the notice board every day. Ignorance of any notice displayed will not be accepted as an excuse for failing to comply with the instructions contained in it. iv. Students are not allowed to circulate among themselves or paste on the notice board any notice without the prior

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approval of Competent Authorities. Students are strictly forbidden from any kind of fund raising without the prior approval of Competent Authorities. Mass absence from classes/ holding agitations, demonstrations and instigating violence inside or outside the campus are considered as breach of discipline and will be severely dealt with. Carrying mobile phones and use of mobile phones in the School premises is strictly prohibited. Students are not allowed to keep vehicles like scooters, motorcycles, cars, and jeeps on campus. Only bicycles are allowed inside the campus. Eve‐teasing, ragging, alcoholism, taking drugs, playing cards and other such unsocial acts will lead to immediate dismissal from the University. Smoking inside the campus is strictly prohibited. Indulging in anti‐social activities in and outside the University campus is a serious offence and is punishable as such. Theft of articles is punishable. Unclaimed articles should be handed over to the Competent Authority. Violation of any one or more of the above rules shall be punishable with one or more of the following as recommended by the Proctorial Committee. a. Imposition of fine including collective fines. b. Suspension from the University for specified period. c. Expulsion from the University depending upon the degree and seriousness of the offence. Vice‐Chancellor shall be the final authority in disposing of disciplinary matter.


10.1 Dress Code i. It is compulsory to wear the University prescribed dress on all formal occasions and as announced from time to time. ii. On other occasions both male and female students must dress gracefully and behave properly. iii. Boys shall wear light colour (like White, Off‐white, Cream, Sky Blue, Light Grey etc.) formal shirts (with normal collar) and dark colour trousers (like Black, Grey, Brown, Navy Blue, Olive Green etc.). On Saturdays boys may wear business casuals (T‐Shirts with Sleeves/Jeans/Full Trousers etc.) iv. Girls shall wear Churidhars and knee length Kurta with their Duppattas pinned properly/Sarees/Trouser and Shirt (colours same as that of the Boys). On Saturdays, girls may wear Jeans, T‐Shirts with sleeves. Tight, transparent, provocative fittings are strictly prohibited. v. All students are advised not to wear precious and costly jewelry. The University authorities will not be responsible for any loss.

10.2 Ragging i. Ragging in any form is strictly prohibited. As per the rulings of the Honorable SUPREME COURT, Government of India, it is a cognizable offence. ii. It may be noted that the University takes a serious view of any individual/group that indulges in verbal threats, taunts, harassment, physical intimidation, assault etc. Stern disciplinary action will be taken against anyone found to be doing so. iii. Each student and his/her parents or guardian are required to submit an undertaking in this regard on a format provided by the University authorities. iv. Any student indulged in ragging will be immediately expelled from the Hostel and disciplinary action may culminate in his/her expulsion from the University as well. The University administration may report incidents of ragging to the Police for taking appropriate actions under the law. v. Ragging for the purpose of these rules, ordinarily means any act, conduct or practice by which dominant power or status of senior students is brought to bear on students freshly enrolled or students who are in a way considered junior or inferior by other students and includes individual or collective acts or practice which: a. Involve the status, dignity, and honour of students; b. Violate the status, dignity, and honour of students; c. Violate the status, dignity, and honour of students belonging to the Scheduled caste/tribes or any other category. d. Express students to ridicule and contempt and affect their self‐esteem; e. Entail verbal abuse and aggression, indecent gestures and obscene behavior.

10.3 Disciplinary Actions To accomplish Gautam Buddha University's mission to inculcate good values and discipline among students the

following Dot System has been introduced. The number of dot(s) awarded will be decided by the Proctorial Board on case to case basis depending upon the severity of the incident. The penalty of dot(s) will be as follows (a) If the indiscipline is of minor nature, One/Two black Dot (s) will be given and the student will be suspended from the classes, period of suspension will be decided by the Proctorial Board (b) If the indiscipline is of serious nature, Three/ Four black Dots will be given and the student will be suspended from the classes, period of suspension will be decided by the Proctorial Board and the Scholarship/s or any other financial aid will be withdrawn and shall not be entitled to sit in placement process of the University. Apart from black dot(s) monetary fine can also be imposed. The Black Dots will be cumulative in nature. If at any time the number of black dots exceeds more than four the student will be summarily expelled from the University. The black dots can be reduced or removed by showing exemplary performance in academics, extracurricular and co‐curricular activities as decided by the Proctorial Board from time to time.

11.0 Placement Advisory I.

During the PPT/Interview/Guest Lectures the student must follow formal dress code. II. Students must carry all their documents including CV, photograph, mark sheets etc. at the time of the interview. III. The Placement procedure should be taken in the right spirit. Any student found influencing the interview panel directly or indirectly with personal contacts will be disqualified. IV. Student once offered a job through the Campus will be out of placement process. V. Students must attend all the guest lectures. Any student who is absent in 3 guest lecture will be out of placement process of the University. VI. If there is any confusion regarding company, position, pay etc. students must contact Corporate Relation Centre without assuming anything or going by any rumour around. VII. If the student gives the name for the company he/she cannot withdraw. VIII.Students will have to submit their resumes to CRC in prescribed format on or before the deadline. IX. CRC will only arrange the interviews, the onus of selection lies entirely on the students. X. All pre placement offers extended to any student should be reported to CRC office within one week. XI. Place and position of job is company's prerogative and CRC has no role to play. XII. Students who are arranging their own Summer/Final placement must inform the CRC before due date (which will be announced by CRC as and when required). XIII. Any breach of these rules will be viewed seriously and a student may be debarred from the placement process. XIV. Any clarification must be sought after from CRC.

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12.1 Late Registration / Late Fee The Dean of concerned School may allow a student to register for a programme within seven days of the prescribed Date of Registration with prior permission, with late fee of Rs. 1000.

12.2 Refund of Fee If a student leaves the Programme before completion, he/she will get refund of fee as follows: i. Voluntary withdrawal from the programme (applicable at the start of the programme)

Ÿ If a student decides to leave within 3 weeks of the start of the programme, fee amount paid (excluding registration) will be refunded after deduction of 20% of total fee.

Ÿ No refund will be made, under any circumstances, after three weeks from the date of registration except the refundable part of the fee.

Ÿ The Hostel charges will be refunded after deducting the amount calculated on pro rata basis ii. Withdrawal from the programme due to academic failure or any other reasons If a student, on the basis of failure to meet the conditions for promotion to next Year or due to some emergent conditions, is not able to continue in the programme but has already paid fee for the ongoing academic year, refund policy will be as under:

Ÿ Full fee paid for the academic year will be refunded. Ÿ Caution money deposit will be refunded after the student has submitted 'No Dues' certificate from all concerned departments.

Ÿ The Hostel charges will be refunded after deducting the amount calculated on pro rata basis.

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STUDENTS ACTIVITIES

13.1 Cultural Events Abhivyanjana : Unraveling meanings “Culture is the widening of mind and spirits� well displayed by the students of Gautam Buddha University. The beauty of every culture is enhanced by the minds that practice it. Abhivyanjana is a birth of a new tradition. It is GBU's annual cultural and management event that intends to add wings to intellect, imagery, and creativity of our students. It is very essential for every civilization to preserve their heritage and celebrate it from time to time. No culture can survive in

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isolation hence it is imperative to make the young generation aware of this heritage. Abhivyanjana aims at dissolving the cultural demarcations and facilitating a new school of thought where every student thinks beyond the limit but still grounded to his values. Collage making, Eco-model, Debates, Photography competition, Newspaper Designing, Poster making , Ad- Mag show, Nukkad Natak, skits, dance dramatics and theater, these all give a platform to the students and compel them to think out of the box.


13.2 Sports Events The University promotes multi dimensional growth of its students with an emphasis on integrated physical and intellectual training. The University has devised special slots in its curriculum for physical training, track & field events, and other sports and it has a full time Sports Officer and Physical training instructor (Female) appointed to guide the students. At present a huge sports ground with an eight lane track, volleyball court, hockey/football grounds is helping in shaping physical health of the students. All Girls & Boys hostels have a Basketball court, Badminton Court, Table Tennis room, Gymnasium, Indoor games rooms to inculcate the dexterity,

cooperation, team spirit and leadership qualities in the students. The University in its master plan has two sports complexes for track & field activities and other indoor and outdoor sports.

Shauryotasva Shauryotasva, the annual sports meet at the University aims at motivating the students to participate and add an extension to their intellectual quests. This event, every year is an excellent display of sportsman's spirits of students and faculty members.

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LIST OF SCHOOLS, DEPARTMENTS & ITS FACULTY MEMBERS

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14.0 School-wise List of Faculty Members Gautam Buddha University encourages multidimensional growth through its well designed education and training programmes run by different schools. The focus of all the schools is to guide the young minds and inspire them to harness their skills for developing a dynamic, dependable, and entrepreneurial model for sustainable growth of the society. The academic programmes, designed in line with the best Universities around the world, combine the best practices of pedagogy and class room teaching, complemented by practical training and experiential learning. In order to promote value-based education, research and training, the University has established eight schools of learning, which are: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

School of Management School of Information & Communication Technology School of Law, Justice & Governance School of Vocational Studies and Applied Sciences School of Biotechnology School of Engineering School of Buddhist Studies & Civilization School of Humanities & Social Sciences

School of Management Title

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Name of Faculty

Designation

Dr.

Shweta Anand

Associate Professor & Dean (I/C)

Dr.

Narender Kumar Jain

Dr.

Neeti Rana

Associate Professor

Dr.

Raj Kumar Kovid

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Dinesh Kumar Sharma

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Lovy Sarikwal

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Manisha Sharma

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Saradindu Pandey

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Varsha Dixit

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Ombir Singh

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Naveen Kumar

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Subhojeet Banergee

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Ritu Srivastava

Assistant Professor

Ms.

Kavita Singh

Research / Faculty Associate

Ms.

Samar Raqshin

Research / Faculty Associate

Ms.

Monika Bhati

Research / Faculty Associate

Ms.

Princy Vij

Research / Faculty Associate

Ms.

Shadma Parveen

Research / Faculty Associate

Ms.

K.Vijay Chitra

Research / Faculty Associate

Professor


School of Information & Communication Technology Title

Name of Faculty

Designation

Dr.

Ela Kumar

Associate Professor & Dean (I/C)

Dr.

Sanjay Jasola

Professor

Dr.

Rajesh Mishra

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Vidushi Sharma

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Abdul Wahid

Assistant Professor

Dr.

D.K. Panda

Assistant Professor

Dr.

O.P. Sangwan

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Anurag Singh Baghel

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Gurjit Kaur

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Neeta Singh

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Karan Singh

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Pradeep Tomar

Assistant Professor

Mr.

Mohd. Ashraf Saifi

Research / Faculty Associate

Mr.

Arun Solanki

Research / Faculty Associate

Ms.

Sandhya Tarar

Research / Faculty Associate

Mr.

Navaid Zafar Rizvi

Research / Faculty Associate

Mr.

Sandeep Sharma

Research / Faculty Associate

Ms.

Manisha Manjul

Research / Faculty Associate

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School of Vocational Studies and Applied Sciences Title

Name of Faculty

Designation

Dr.

Anjana Solanki

Associate Professor & Dean (I/C)

Dr.

Vivek Kuamar Shukla

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Jaya Maitra

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Vandna Singh

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Vikas Panwar

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Sushil Kumar

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Pratiksha Saxena

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Upma Singh

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Bhawana Joshi

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Anuj Kumar Sharma

Assistant Professor

School of Biotechnology Title

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Name of Faculty

Designation

Dr.

Narender Kumar Jain

Professor & Dean

Dr.

Seema Dwivedi

Associate Professor

Dr.

Gunjan Garg

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Jai Prakash Muyal

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Bhupendra Chaudhary

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Shakti Sahi

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Rekha Puria

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Nagendra Singh

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Sachin Teotia

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Imteyaz Qamar

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Mohd. Tashfeen Ashraf

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Siya Ram

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Vikrant Nain

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Jitendra Singh

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Vishwas Tripathi

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Savneet Kaur

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Barkha Singhal

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Bhaswati Banerjee

Research / Faculty Associate


School of Engineering Title

Name of Faculty

Designation

Dr.

Mahesh Kumar Jat

Associate Professor & Dean (I/C)

Mrs.

Vandana Sehgal

Associate Professor

Dr.

Amol Singh

Associate Professor

Dr.

Vivek Shrivastava

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Satpal Sharma

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Shilpa Pal

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Harlal Singh Mali

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Raghvendra K. Mishra

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Athar Hussain

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Ashu Verma

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Yougesh K. Chauhan

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Vanita Ahuja

Assistant Professor

Dr.

K. Nallasivam

Assistant Professor

Ms.

Nirmita Mehrotra

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Mohd. Ahmad Ansari

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Nidhi Singh Pal

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Ratnesh Kumar

Assistant Professor

Ms.

Shabana Urooj

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Brajesh Tripathi

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Harischchandra Thakur

Assistant Professor

Mr.

Ashok Shuag

Research / Faculty Associate

Mr.

Bhavnesh Kumar

Research / Faculty Associate

Mr.

Vinod K. Yadav

Research / Faculty Associate

Mr.

Anurag Dixit

Research / Faculty Associate

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School of Humanities & Social Sciences Title

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Name of Faculty

Designation

Dr.

Mahavir Singh

Professor & Dean

Dr.

Om Prakash

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Vinod Kumar Shanwal

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Neehar Singhal

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Anand Pratap Singh

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Subhasis Bhadra

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Syed Nadeem Fatmi

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Navras Jaat Aafreedi

Assistant Professor

Dr.

Sumitra Huidrom

Assistant Professor


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Important Contacts Department/Section

Phone No.

Ext. No.

Reception

0120‐2344200

4200

V.C. Office

0120‐2344202

4202

Dean, Academics

0120‐2344207

4207

Dean, Research & Planning

0120‐2344206

4206

Dean, Students Affairs

0120‐2344208

4208

Dean, School of Biotechnology

0120‐2344266

4266

Dean, School of Humanities & Social Sciences

0120‐2344207

4207

Dean, School of Vocational Studies and Applied Sciences

0120-2344341

4341

Dean, School of Engineering

0120‐2344491

4491

Dean, Information & Communication Technology

0120‐2346067

6067

Dean, School of Management

0120‐2346142

6142

Registrar

0120‐2344211

4211

Registrar Office

0120‐2344214

4214

Public Relations and Information

0120-2346241

6241

International Collaborations & Study Abroad Programme

0120-2346241

6241

Assistant Registrar

0120‐2344212

4212

Assistant Registrar Office

0120‐2344218

4218

Manager Corporate Relations

0120‐2344209

4209

Assistant Systems Manager

0120‐2344246

4246

Accounts Section

0120‐2344235

4235

Assistant Librarian

0120‐2346262

6262

Nursing Supervisor

0120‐2346553

6553

Sports Officer

0120‐2346561

6561

Physical Training Instructor

0120‐2346562

6562

Library

0120‐2346267

6267

Admission Office

0120‐2344234

4234

Office, School of Biotech

0120‐2344268

4268

Office, School of Humanities & Social Sciences

0120‐2344419

4419

Office, School of Vocational Studies and Applied Sciences

0120-2344343

4343

Office, School of Engineering

0120‐2344494

4494

Office, Information & Communication Technology

0120‐2346070

6070

Office, School of Management

0120‐2346144

6144

Main Gate (Administrative Building)

0120‐2344261

4261

Impotant Fax Numbers

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0120‐2344205 0120‐2344215


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