Code of Conduct


  1. Classes start from 9.00 a.m. and continue up to 4.00 p.m. Students are advised to come to the Institute by 8:50 am to attend classes.
  2. Every student must carry his / her Identity Card while entering the campus and identify himself with help of the Identity Card whenever asked for.
  3. No guests / visitors shall be allowed with the students in the class/lab/ library.
  4. Students must help keep the institute neat and clean and also preserve and maintain the greeneries. Eatables/beverages are not allowed inside the study areas including labs, library, workshops.
  5. Students must conserve electricity and water. They must switch off lights & fans when they leave the classroom, laboratories.
  6. Students must use official E-mail ID for any communication that will be provided by college.
  7. Any communication sent on official E-mail ID shall be considered as sent. There will be no other mode of communication.
  8. Medical students recognize that their behaviour reflects on themselves, the college, and the medical profession, whether they are in college or outside it. When representing Ishan Ayurvedic Medical College & Research Centre students are expected to conduct themselves according to this code of conduct.


  1. Every student shall come to college on time as per the time table, in clean and decent dress as per the dress code defined by college.
  2. Every student shall carry his identity card with him and show the same whenever he/she is asked to do so by any staff member.
  3. All students are expected to maintain excellent attendance in all classes (more than 75%) and 100% attendance in guest lecture, seminar, workshop and other college activities.
  4. Boys & girls will always sit on the allotted side of the classroom.
  5. Students are requested not to make noise in the college, and stay in proper discipline. Those not following the same or found disturbing the class, shall be liable for punishment.
  6. Any student found scribbling on desks, walls or any other college property or any other act of vandalism shall be punishable with punishment, fine or both and shall not be tolerated.
  7. Any act of ragging, harassment or discrimination on the basis of race, religion, creed, sex, disability is a punishable offence and shall be strictly dealt with. It may also lead to cancellation of admission.
  8. No student shall be allowed to leave the class room without the permission of concerned class teacher or until class is cancelled.
  9. Mobile phones must be switched off at all times inside the college or hospital premises.
  10. Any student found not following the code of conduct committee or doing any such act which is in contraversion of the code of conduct may lead to strict action in the form of punishment, fine, suspension or expulsion from the college as decided by the disciplinary committee.


  1. College Uniform: The student will be required to be in college uniform as per the notification/decision announced from time to time.
  2. Dress Code
  3. Boys
  • Formal shirt neatly tucked in, trousers and shoes should be properly polished.
  1. Girls
  • Salwar kameez, Kurtis, Leggings, Saree, formal shirt and pants.
  • Half/full sleeves.
  1. Prohibited Dress Code
  • Rugged jeans, graphic T-shirts, crop tops, shorts, short skirts, chappals, sneakers, hijab, burkha.
  • Obscene dress means any dress which is considered obscene by the students affair committee of the college and the students will be bound to follow.
  1. Grooming
  • Students’ are advised to be well groomed in the college. Hairstyle is expected to be decent and acceptable. Funky style and absurd hair cut is not permitted.

In case the students affair committee suggests any modification, you will be bound to follow without argument.

NOTE: Sikh students can wear turban.



  1.  Students should behave in a mature and responsible manner at all times in the laboratory or wherever chemicals are stored or handled.
  2.  Students must follow all verbal and written instructions carefully.
  3.  Students should not touch any equipment or chemicals unless specifically instructed to do so.
  4. Students must not eat or drink in the laboratory.
  5.  Wash hands thoroughly after participating in any laboratory activities.
  6. Students can perform only those experiments authorized by the teacher.
  7.  Students must wear proper uniform, gloves and lab coat.


  1. Students must properly dispose of all chemical waste as directed.
  2. Students must report any incident (including all spills, breakages or other releases of hazardous materials) to the instructor immediately, no matter how insignificant it may appear. This should include all injuries such as cuts, burns or other signs of physical harm.
  3. Students must carefully examine all equipment before each use and report any broken or defective equipment to the teacher immediately.


  1. Students must never reach over an exposed flame or hot plate, or leave a flame or hot plate unattended.
  2. Students must never point a test tube or reaction vessel of any type toward another person.


1. Non-Discrimination

Students will not refuse to participate in the care of a person based on race, religion, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, gender, age, or sexual preference. Students will treat all patients, faculty, staff, classmates, medical specialties, and health care team members with respect and consideration without regard to gender, age, race, religion, ethnicity, class, or sexual orientation.

2. Confidentiality

The patient’s right to the confidentiality of his or her medical information is fundamental. The discussion of a patient and the handling of their medical record shall not violate their confidence.

3. Professional Demeanour

The student should be thoughtful and professional when interacting with patients and their families, faculty, and colleagues. Inappropriate behaviour includes, but is not limited to, the use of offensive language, gestures. Students must dress in accordance with hospital policy when interacting with in-patients, out-patients and faculty when in a clinical posting. The student should seek supportive services when appropriate.

4. Misrepresentation

A student should accurately represent him/herself. Students should never introduce themselves as doctor as this is a misrepresentation of the student’s position, knowledge, and authority.

5. Integrity

Students are expected to demonstrate honesty and integrity in all aspects of their education and in their interactions with patients, staff, faculty, and colleagues. They will not cheat, plagiarize, or assist others in the commission of such acts. The student must ensure the accuracy and completeness of his or her part of the medical record and must make a good-faith effort to provide the best possible patient care. Students should seek consultation and supervision whenever they are unsure of their level of knowledge and/or experience. Students are encouraged to report any breach of the guidelines stated in this code of conduct by other students through the appropriate channels. The student should understand the protocols for such reports.

6. Sexual Misconduct

The student will not engage in romantic, sexual or other non-professional relationships with a patient or a patient’s family, even at the request of the patient or family member, while the student is involved with the patient’s care. The student is not expected to tolerate inappropriate sexual behaviour on the part of faculty, staff other medical personnel, or patients.

7. Impairment

The student will not use alcohol or drugs in a manner that could compromise patient care. It is the responsibility of every student to protect the public from an impaired colleague, and to attempt to assist a colleague who is impaired to receive the appropriate intervention.

NOTE: Any violation of the code of conduct would be treated as indiscipline and will lead to an appropriate disciplinary action.