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Disciplinary Rules

  • Any behaviour in such a manner that threatens or endangers the health or safety of oneself or others, whether actual or implied, or results in personal injury to oneself or others.  So any physical misconduct, verbal misconduct and threatens, harassments will be strictly dealt with.

  • The possession, solicitation, sale, distribution or use of any  drugs or Alcohol is the Violation of Code of Conduct and hence will be restricted without notice.

  • Behaviour, on or off campus, which would tend to damage the reputation of the Institute or its students, or which would tend to cause any injury will punished to restrictions.

  • Attempted or actual theft of Institute property, equipment, facilities, or services is again the violation of code of conduct.

  • Furnishing false information to the Institute or making false statements or reports to Institute officials; engaging in forgery, alteration, or improper use of any Institute record, key(s), identification card, or other document; withholding information a student knew or reasonably should have known to disclose to the college law and hence police action will be taken.

  • Violations of the Professionalism, Uniform, and Hygiene Policy.

  • The administration may, at its discretion, bring charges against any student who conducts himself or herself in violation of the Institute rules or regulations. Any student found to have committed the following misconduct is subject to the disciplinary actions (Rule 6) Vandalism, defacement, damage to, or careless use of any part of Institute premises or the personal property of any member of the college community.

  • Tampering with or damaging any mechanism that is part of the fire suppression system (fire extinguisher) including wilfully, or through negligence. The violations listed above are very serious, potentially endangering all campus residents. Thus sanctions can include fines as high as Rs/- 2,000, dismissal from the college.

  • Furnishing false information to the Institute or making false statements or reports to Institute officials; engaging in forgery, alteration, or improper use of any Institute record, key(s), identification card, or other document; withholding information a student knew or reasonably should have known to disclose to the college law.

  • Violations of the Professionalism, Uniform, and Hygiene Policy.

  • Unprofessional conduct, the use of foul language, insulting behavior, or other personal conduct (including spitting in public areas, or discarding cigarette butts or litter on the premises which would tend to demean the reputation of students, staff, faculty, visitors, or guests & hence management will take action against.

  • No candidate will be allowed to do any part time jobs or any other course of education along with the training. Students will be given opportunity to do outdoor caterings in the various reputed hotels and catering establishment only. This is a part of the practical training and students are expected to make full use of the opportunity. No unauthorized ODC’s will be allowed.

  • As per the examination guidelines of national council for Hotel Management, a minimum of 80% attendance in aggregate and 80% in individual subject is mandatory to appear in the examination. Passing marks, completion of training etc will be intimated by respective faculty in class and through notice board.

  • Any Communal disputes among the boys will lead to Rusticate from NIHM.

  • Use of mobile in Institute premises will lay 100 Rs fine to the student.

  • Attending Regular classes & subject submission includes internal marks of 40% of every subject and it is mandatory of NIHM academic part.