Code of Conduct for Teachers

CODE OF CONDUCT FOR TEACHERS, GOVERNING BODY AND ADMINISTRATION

All employees regardless of employment agreement or rank must follow this code of conduct as detailed below:

  • Mutual Respect at work

All colleagues must be respected.  The institution doesn’t allow any kind of   discriminatory behavior or harassment  of any employee.Equal opportunity policy is strictly observed vis- a- vis work, recruitment and performance evaluation.

  •  Care and Protection of Institution’s Property

All employees should treat the Institution’s property, whether material or intangible, with respect and care.

  • Employees are expected to:                                                                                          
    1. refrain from  misusing  equipment belonging to the Institution
    2. Show respect to all kinds of incorporeal property including copyright and other property (information, reports etc.) These must be used only to complete the job assigned to them.
    3. protect facilities and material property (e.g.Institution cars) from damage and vandalism.
  • Job duties and authority

Job duties must be fulfilled with integrity and respect toward stakeholders, in particular and the community, in general. Team members are expected to follow supervisor’s the Convenor’s guidelines for timely and effective task- completion.

  • Absenteeism

The institution expects employees to be punctual, both when coming to and leaving from  work. Schedules must be strictly adhered to. Penalties would be imposed for late comings and  early going.

  • Conflict of interest

Employees must avoid any personal, financial or other interests to hinder their capability or willingness to perform their job duties.

  • Communication

All employees are expected to be open to communication  with their colleagues, seniors and juniors.

  •  Compliance to Law

All employees are expected to be ethical and responsible when dealing with the Institution’s finances, products, partnerships and public image. Further, they should comply with environmental, safety and fair dealing laws.

  • Benefits

Employees are expected not to abuse employment benefits including  time off, insurance,facilities or  subscriptions.

  •   Professionalism

Integrity and professionalism in the workplace is a must.

  • Personal appearance

Dress code and personal appearance guidelines must be adhered to.

  • Corruption

No gifts must be accepted from the stakeholders