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College Ethics and Values

College Ethics and Values

The College of Industrial Education in Sohag is one of the government colleges whose mission has been defined since its establishment in 2006/2007 in everything related to scientific research in order to serve the community by teaching its children a high education, and providing the community with technicians and experts in various fields, by preparing the student with foundations of knowledge and scientific thinking methods.

First: the rights of the university student:

Students at the College of Industrial Education have many rights:

1- The right to acquire educational and thinking skills that help in building oneself.

2 – Equality in treatment and benefit from the services available in the college and non-discrimination between students because of race, gender, religion, social background, or other.

3- The right to complain in any university matter through the college administration.

4- The right to obtain scientific care and support for students.

5- The right to present suggestions and ideas that contribute to the development of educational performance.

6- The right to practice student activities, and to express and develop one’s own abilities through participation in these activities.

7- The right to obtain information on student activity in the college and university, as well as the regulations and laws related to it and the educational process, such as course objectives, evaluation methods, exam dates, academic status, absence regulations, and others.

8- Not to interfere in his private affairs and to preserve his privacy.

9- Freedom of scientific research on various topics for scientific purposes in accordance with ethical and societal controls.

10- The right of the student to obtain any information or data related to his academic achievement.

11- Investing in university life in increasing science and knowledge.

Second: Responsibilities of the university student:

1- Not to violate the examination system or attempt to cheat, such as asking for help from others during exams, or possessing notes or a mobile phone during exams.

2- Refraining from every act that violates the values and principles of university behavior, whether during lectures or anywhere on the university campus.

3- Respecting the authority of the lecturer and not attacking lectures by disrupting or entering without permission.

4- Perseverance with reading and following up on the regulations, laws, announcements and bulletins issued by the college administration and avoiding negativity.

5- Preserving university property and not tampering with it, as well as refraining from writing on walls, tables, and others.

6- Respecting the freedoms and privacy of members of the university community and not offending them.

7- Refraining from aggressive behaviors that may threaten the mental or physical health or safety of others.

8- Commitment to the rules, regulations and policies issued by the various university administrations.

9- Not to disrupt studies or refrain from attending lectures, and other university works.

10- Not distributing bulletins or issuing wall newspapers in any form in the college or collecting signatures without a previous license from the university authorities.

11- Not to forge university documents and papers

12- The need to know the exam dates, duration and the rules governing it.

Third: Disciplinary Measures:

Disciplinary measures imposed on a student who violates university values:

In the event of committing any violation of university values and norms, the student is referred to investigation and one of the following penalties is imposed on him according to Article (126) of the executive regulations of the Universities Organizing Law:

1- The warning, verbally or in writing.

2- The warning

3- Deprivation of some student services

4- Deprivation from attending the lessons of one of the courses for a period not exceeding one month.

5- Dismissal from the college for a period not exceeding one month.

6- Denial of an exam in one or more courses.

7- Suspension of the student’s registration for a master’s degree or doctorate for a period not exceeding two months.

8- Canceling the student’s exam in one or more courses.

9- Dismissal from the college for a period not exceeding one semester.

10- Denial of the exam in one or more semesters.

11- Depriving the student of registration in a master’s or doctoral degree for one semester or more.

12- Dismissal from the college for a period exceeding one semester.