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Competent authority and penalties

The Principal, Vice Principal, Head of Divisions, Head of Departments, Hostel Warden and Director Student Affairs shall be Competent to take disciplinary action against students of their respective divisions/departments and hostels found guilty of misconduct and indiscipline. The disciplinary action may take one of the following forms, depending on the nature of indiscipline or misconduct:

  1. An apology verbal or written.
  2. Censure and warning for future.
  3. Cancellation of Hostel accommodation.
  4. Imposition of Fine.
  5. Suspension of Scholarship for one semester;
  6. Placing a student on Probation.
  7. Suspension from the rolls, and or ban on entry in the premises of the College.
  8. Recovery of loss or breakage of moveable and immovable college property.
  9. Suspension of Scholarship for more than one semester.
  10. Rustication from the College.
  11. Expulsion from the College.
  12. Any other action as deemed fit by the Principal.

Note:

For the purposes of these Regulations, penalties specified in Regulation (1)  to  (8) shall be deemed to be minor penalties, and those specified in Regulation (9 to 12) to be major penalties.

Acts of Indiscipline and misconduct

The following, among other violation of the provision of the Code of Conduct shall constitute acts of indiscipline and misconduct for which action may be taken against the student(s) by the competent authorities for imposing appropriate penalties on the defaulters:

  1. Use immodest, improper and provocative dress;
  2. Use of unwanted remarks.
  3. Disorderly behavior, such as, shouting, abusing, quarreling, fighting and insolence.
  4. Use or attempt or threat to use force.
  5. Disobedience of authority.
  6. Use of indecent or offensive language in class rooms, hostels, playground and on campus.
  7. Use of intoxicants (Smoking within the Classroom/Laboratories/Halls is strictly prohibited).
  8. Any student wishing to meet with the Principal has the right to do so during the hours specified by the Principal for the purpose.
  9. Keeping of licensed or unlicensed arms in the college.
  10. Loss or Damage to College property movable or immovable.
  11. Any student misbehaving with a teacher or official of the College.
  12. Actions defamatory of and derogatory to Islam and Pakistan.
  13. Every student must possess an identity card signed by the Principal.

The following, among other violation of the provision of the Code of Conduct shall constitute acts of indiscipline and misconduct for which action may be taken against the student(s) by the competent authorities for imposing appropriate penalties on the defaulters:

  1. Use immodest, improper and provocative dress;
  2. Use of unwanted remarks.
  3. Disorderly behavior, such as, shouting, abusing, quarreling, fighting and insolence.
  4. Use or attempt or threat to use force.
  5. Disobedience of authority.
  6. Use of indecent or offensive language in class rooms, hostels, playground and on campus.
  7. Use of intoxicants (Smoking within the Classroom/Laboratories/Halls is strictly prohibited).
  8. Any student wishing to meet with the Principal has the right to do so during the hours specified by the Principal for the purpose.
  9. Keeping of licensed or unlicensed arms in the college.
  10. Loss or Damage to College property movable or immovable.
  11. Any student misbehaving with a teacher or official of the College.
  12. Actions defamatory of and derogatory to Islam and Pakistan.
  13. Every student must possess an identity card signed by the Principal.

Students Conduct and Discipline

Every student admitted to the College shall be required to give an undertaking to abide by the rules and regulations of the College and to carry out such other orders and instructions as may be issued by the College authorities from time to time under the Balochistan Agriculture College Students (Discipline and Conduct) Regulations.

  1. These regulations may be called the Balochistan Agriculture College, Quetta students (Discipline and Conduct) Regulations.
  2. These regulations shall come into force with immediate effect. These regulations shall apply to all students on the rolls of the College.
  3. A student on the rolls of the College who violates these regulations shall be guilty of indiscipline and misconduct liable to disciplinary action being taken against him under these regulations.