Acts of Misconduct
The following acts are considered misconduct.
- Use of abusive language with teachers, cadet college employees, and anybody inside or outside the college.
- Humiliating, insulting, or hurting the religious, cultural, linguistic, or sectarian feelings of others.
- Showing disrespect for teachers, elders, and those in authority in the college.
- Littering and spitting in college areas.
- Smoking or taking any intoxicating substance
- Not wearing the correct uniform.
- Not observing cleanliness and hygiene i.e. unkempt hair, unclean teeth, body, or clothes.
- Coming late to classes, to the mess, to college activities and functions, or willful absence from any of the activities.
- Examination offenses like cheating.
- Causing loss or damage to college or public property.
- Violating any rule made by the college.
- Possession of electric and electronic goods like radios, tape/DVD recorders, Cameras, heaters, electric irons, and more than one mobile phone, etc.
- Raising slogans of any nature against the college, the management, or any other person or body.
- Any manner of demonstration.
- Visiting those places which have been/are declared out of bounds for cadets from time to time.
- Failing to rejoin on expiry of authorized leave. Or coming late from leave.
- Any other action that can be construed as misconduct.
Misconduct can lead to permanent expulsion from the college or the Principal directly or on the recommendation of the following authorities award punishments:-
- Vice Principal
- Discipline Committee
- House Masters / any teacher
Cheating, stealing, immoral conduct with teachers/ staff/ cadets, use of narcotics to flee college, and manhandling/fighting with cadets are Gross Misconduct.
- Punishment for gross misconduct will be suspension or immediate expulsion of the cadet from the college.
- The decision of the Principal in all discipline matters will be deemed final and not challengeable in any court of law.
- Cadet College Chilas reserves the right of admission. The Principal has the authority to refuse admission.
- Once a cadet is withdrawn from the college or is struck off the college strength, he cannot be re-admitted. In rare cases, however, the Principal may exercise his discretion to allow re-admission for which complete admission will be charged.
- All correspondence in all matters should be addressed to the Principal.