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As you are joining IHM Ranchi Family, you are expected to:
RULES AND REGULATIONS
PERSONAL APPEARANCE AND SELF PRESENTATION
To create uniformity, disciplined environment and maintain a professional interface with the industry, dress code and grooming guidelines are listed below. It is mandatory for all students to wear the prescribed uniform in their respective practical and theory classes. For the remaining time in the Institute all students are advised to strictly follow the dress code as mentioned below:
DOs & DONTs
Observing the dress/grooming code is mandatory for all students even during their visit to the Institute on vacation/ IT/deputed for any official work, failing which strict disciplinary steps would be initiated. For any clarification on the above points, students can meet the HODs or Principal.
GROOMING & HYGIENE
PERSONAL HYGIENE DO’S & DONT’S
The nature of work involved requires a lot of physical activity. Thus, it is essential that all the students should take extra care of their health and hygiene. Personal hygiene is an essential part of personality and personal appearance. Since we are food handlers so personal and area hygiene is of utmost importance. Parents are advised to take extra care of their ward for the health benefits:
LIBRARY AND INTERNET
Library is the greatest treasure for the students’ fraternity. You all are expected to follow rules and regulations of the library for the convenience of your colleagues.
Keeping in mind the student’s interest, the institute has provided internet facilities in computer lab.
An identity card will be issued to all students at the time of joining. This card will be valid for the entire duration of the course. All Students must be in possession of this identity card at all times while you are on the premises of the campus. I-card must be produced to the guard at the time of entering campus and if demanded at other times, failing which it will attract disciplinary action. Loss of I-card should be immediately brought to the notice of the institute as well as to the local police authority immediately. A duplicate I-card will be issued upon presenting the police diary and fine amount as applicable.
NOTICE & INFORMATION
SCHEDULE OF PAYMENT OF TERM FEES
Fees need to be paid before commencement of semester. All fees are payable through online Banking facility, both digested & non-digested (paid by auto generated e-chalan through Demand Draft), as available at the Institute’s website www.ihmranchi.in. Every year the term fee must be paid well in time as per the dates notified by the office on notice board and website. In case of default, a penalty will be charged per day as late fee charge.
If the fee is not paid by the due date then name of the students will be struck off from the class register. Student has to pay readmission charges to get his/her enrollment revived on and above the permissible fees.
All students are required to obtain No due certificate (N.O.C.) from IHM- Ranchi before appearing for the term-end examination, which is mandatory to get admit cards.
Working Hours: The working hours of the institute are 9:00 AM To 5:30 PM for five days a week.
NOISE AND ACTIVITY
The teaching hours are scheduled in a manner that students will get very little time for leisure during the college hours. It is essential to maintain absolute silence during class hours between change of classes, in the library and restrooms and in the corridors/ Public area.
Any student violating aforesaid norms will be termed indiscipline and punished accordingly.
The Institute belongs to the students and its maintenance and upkeep should be their top priority. Any attempt to disfigure or damage the college property will be considered a serious offence and may result in paying fines and call for strict disciplinary action. Absolute cleanliness must be maintained while working in the designated operational areas during practical classes including Food Production lab, F&B Service lab, Front Office lab, Housekeeping lab and Computer lab and the entire campus. Graffiti (writing on walls), disfiguring or damaging walls in the lecture rooms, labs, toilets, public area, etc. of the Institute and hostel will be considered an act of serious misconduct, leading to strict disciplinary action besides fine
LOCKER ROOMS & TOILETS
Lockers are allotted to students and it is not permitted to share lockers for security reasons. Graffiti (writing on walls), tampering with the lockers in the locker room, damaging walls in the lecture rooms, labs, toilets, public area, etc. will be considered an act of serious misconduct, leading to strict disciplinary action besides fine.
LOSS OF PROPERTY
Students are discouraged from bringing valuable items including jewellery, expensive watches, shoes and mobile phones to the campus. It is the responsibility of the students to safeguard all their belongings and secure them in their allotted lockers. The Institute will not be responsible for any loss or damage caused to student’s property or belongings.
USE OF MOBILE PHONES
Use of mobile phones is strictly prohibited during the working hours of the Institute. The Institute does not allow students to bring mobile phones in the lecture halls, labs, computer lab and library. If found using, mobile will be confiscated immediately without any explanation.
Violations of good conduct and ethical behavior in the Institute have been divided into 3 parts, depending on seriousness of the offence including punishment starting from severe in case of major offences and light for minor offence.
Any of the above or other which the Institute may notify as a major offence may lead to immediate suspension. Parents/guardians will be notified with a request to come to the Institute. An inquiry will be conducted on the incident and the punishment may include rustication/dismissal of the student if found guilty.
Punishment to minor offences will be warnings, suspension, fine or calling guardians etc. leading to more severe punishment and fines on repeated offences. If a student repeatedly involves himself/herself in minor offences and does not improve then without warning Principal may impose punishment of major offences.