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Rules & Regulations for Students

Port City International University is a Non-smoking and Non-political academic institution. Port City International University attaches top priority to maintain a healthy academic environment in the campus. Students of Port City are expected to cooperate in achieving this goal to enhance their academic achievements through maintaining discipline, keeping the campus neat and clean and being good neighbors and citizen. The academic rules and regulations regarding studying at Port City International University provide detailed information concerning class attendance, examination guidelines, students’ dress code, disciplinary matters etc. Students are advised to abide by the rules and regulations strictly. Failure to comply with university rules and regulations may incur penalties/sanctions on them.

Class Attendance

A student is expected to attend all the classes in each course. Maximum 30% absence in a course in one trimester may be exempted under emergency situation. It is the responsibility of the student to keep the course teacher informed regarding absence from classes. A student may be dropped from a course for absence from three consecutive classes without sufficient reasons. It would be the responsibility of the course teacher to announce the attendance policy at the beginning of the trimester. The course teacher will determine the manner by which, assignments or examinations missed by students, may be made up.

Dress Code for the Students

Every student is required to dress himself/herself decently and properly for being a proud student of Port City International University. Students are advised not to enter the university campus or classroom in the following attire:

  • Without wearing ID card properly.
  • Wearing a sleeveless, hanging t-shirt or chemise.
  • Wearing a wrack, ragged or slashed jeans/trousers.
  • Wearing dirty clothes. • Wearing half-pant or skirt.
  • Putting on slippers of ordinary type.
  • Wearing provocative and seductive clothing/dress.
Library Code

Students are advised to strictly observe the following code of conduct while using the library facility of the university:

  • Library members must bear library cards while in the library.
  • Handing over of the library card is absolutely prohibited.
  • Folder, files, personal books and all kinds of bags are not allowed in the library.
  • Library members are entitled to issue 02 (two) different books at a times for ten days. On expiry of due date TK 10/- only will charged per day for each issue.
  • Library remains open from 8:30.am to 8.30.Pm except holiday. Student must return issued books on due date .If the due date is on holiday(s), after holidays the first day of opening University may be considered as the schedule/due date. If any student’s borrower card is help up due to nonpayment of due fine, he/she is not allowed to issue any book(s) till to pay the fine amount in account section.
  • Silence must be maintained in the reading room.
  • Library member must write their ID. No. and signature in the respective columns of issuing book cards.
  • No food is allowed except fresh drinking water in the library.
  • In case of loss of the library card it can be reissued on payment of TK. 100/- only for a new one. If borrower`s card losses its usability it may be issued a duplicate card for one time without any cost, subject to deposit the old one. But more than one time to reissue each duplicate card, the card holders will have to pay TK 100/- as a renewal cost.
  •  In case of losing any book of the library, a member must replace the book by a new one or pay three times of the market price of the book along with the delay fine.
  • Reference materials are for library use only, not for issue. Newspaper should be read out on paper stand. Any information of newspaper may be photocopied not to be cut.
  • Library members are advised to keep their bags in the pigeon hole (bad counter) against token, taking valuable belongings like cell phone, money, ornaments etc. With themselves. Library authority will not be responsible for any of such materials and on complain will be accepted regarding the matter. In case of token lost, a student will have to pay TK. 100/- as fine.
Violation of Discipline

The following activities would be treated as committing major offenses:

  • Any activity that impedes, hinders, prevents the right of a student to attend classes.
  • Any act that disturbs the peace and order either in class room or in the campus.
  • Carrying any sort of deadly or dangerous weapon or explosive of any kind inside the university.
  • Possessing or taking any sort of drug or seductive product.
  • Bringing intoxicating drinks and /or regulated drugs inside the campus.
  • Willful disregard, disrespect, discourtesy and disobedience to any of the faculty, officials and staff of the university
  • Any sort of physical assault and/or injuries to any one in the campus
  • Possession or distribution of any sort of pornographic materials
  • Stealing any material of the university. • Extortion or unauthorized solicitation
  • Selling tickets, raffles or lotteries without permission of the university authority
  • Using disrespectful or indecent language and committing offensive acts
  • Any activity leading to defamation and maligning and others in the campus
  • Destruction of university property or properties belonging to any member of the faculty and non-teaching staff
  • Any sort of forgery or falsification and attempt thereof
  • Organizing gambling or playing cards inside the class room or campus
  • Any activity that leads to misrepresentation and dishonesty
  • Entering the class room and/or offices without proper permission
  • Any activity leading to defamation and maligning and others in the campus
  • Planning and organizing activities contrary to the interest of the university
  • Violating any clauses of the university circulation/notice
  • Attachment with any subversive activities/unlawful organization.
  • Printing of any document/material using the names and seals of the university.
  • Committing any offense punishable under existing law of the land.
Minor Offenses

The following activities would be treated as committing minor offenses:

  • Entering the campus or class room without wearing ID card.
  • Smoking inside the class room or in the campus.
  • Manners unbecoming of a student of the university.
  • Violation of admission and registration procedures and policies.
  • Misuse or improper use of university properties and facilities.
  • Tampering, altering or destroying any part of the notices or posters.
  • Male students entering rest rooms for female and vice versa.
  • Acts of any kind that causes panic and confusion in class room or in the campus.
  • Spitting on the floor, corridors, stairways which may result to dirty condition.
  • Dislocating chairs, tables, boxes, lab equipments, audio-visual equipment and the like from rooms and buildings without permission of the proper authority
  • The Disciplinary Committee will decide upon any offense/offenses not mentioned above.
Execution of Disciplinary

Action The Disciplinary Committee shall determine whether an offense committed by any student constitutes a major or a minor violation. It shall, likewise, determine the appropriate sanction/penalty against students who commit such a violation. Any of the following disciplinary actions may be imposed on students considering the nature and gravity of violation of the rules and regulations:

  • Cancellation of a trimester
  • Temporary suspension from the university
  • Expulsion from the universit