General Code of conduct :

Students are expected to maintain the highest standards of discipline and dignified manner of behaviour.
They shall abide by the rules and regulations laid down by the College and should act in a way that highlights the discipline and esteem of the College.
Be polite and respectful towards other students, Patients, Teaching and non-teaching staff.
All the students shall wear their identity cards, well displayed on the institute premises.
Students are expected to be neatly dressed in formal attire in campus and maintain fair hairstyle & clean-shaven. Students shall compulsorily wear a clean-pressed apron on all working days within the college.
Consumption of intoxicants/psychotropic substances in any form or smoking or using chewing gum, pan masala, etc. are strictly prohibited.
Carefully handle the furniture, equipment’s, Dental chairs, and appliances of the college. In the event of damage to property, the responsible students will have to bear the cost of replacement/repair with fine.
Students are encouraged to maintain a clean campus, save water, and electricity.
Food and beverages are not permitted in the classrooms, clinics, and library. Those must be consumed in the designated areas only.
Possessing weapons, inflammable items, firecrackers of any kind are strictly prohibited.
Students are expected to use social media carefully and responsibly. They cannot post derogatory comments about other individuals from the Institute on social media or indulge in any such related activities having grave ramifications on the reputation of the Institute.
Students should be aware of important announcements from the institute office regularly by checking the notice boards and website.
Student/s shall not indulge in Anti-National / Anti-Social activities.

Code of conduct in Theory Class Rooms :

All the students are expected to be present in the class well within time, and late coming will result in the loss of attendance for the corresponding hour.
No student shall enter or leave the classroom when the session is on without the permission of the teacher concerned.
Silence shall be observed during class hours; mobiles are not to be used.
To actively partake in classroom activity and submit assignments on time.

Code of conduct in Pre Clinicals & Clinicals :

The students must wear clean aprons or attire as per the guidelines of the department.
Instruments borrowed from the department should be handled carefully and returned on time.
Timing for the preclinicals and clinicals should be strictly followed.
Students should be seated in their designated area and avoid using electronic gadgets strictly.
Utilization of consumables should be done with discretion, and wastage should be avoided.
Decorum should be maintained at all times.
Case file entry should be made on the same day, and staff incharge signatures to be taken. The case paper should be returned to reception on the same day. Students must be compassionate, gracious, well-mannered, and respectful towards the patients.
The fundamental duty of the student in the clinic is to provide competent and timely quality treatment to the patients.
No patient shall be discriminated based on gender, age, religion, race, disability, or any existing medical condition.
The students shall interact with the patients in the clinical area, under the supervision and guidance of faculty.
Patients' records should be maintained safely, and the confidentiality of the patient must be of utmost importance. The patient records must be stored in the central record department and available at all times.
The students should communicate with the patients in the language that is understood by the patient clearly.
Proper and complete medical history has to be recorded.
The proposed treatment, possible benefits, risks, and complications of the treatment should be explained to the patient in his/her language, and an informed written consent should be obtained prior to the treatment.
The other treatment options available should be explained clearly.
The treatment charges (if applicable) should be explained clearly before starting the treatment procedure.
Standard operating procedures should be followed by the student. Strict adherence to cross-infection protocols and sterilization and infection control procedures during clinical postings is to be followed.
Students should respect and acknowledge the importance of patients in their learning and shaping their clinical skills.

Code of Conduct in Library :

Strict silence, decorum, and discipline must be maintained in the library. Use of cell phones is also not allowed.
Smoking, eating, sleeping, and talking loudly are strictly prohibited in the library.
Readers should not mark, underline, write, tear pages, or otherwise damage the library documents or books. For detailed guidelines pertaining to the Library, kindly refer Library rules & Regulations.

Code of Conduct in Exams :

Students have to occupy the seat 5 minutes before the commencement of the examination.
Students must not adopt unjust, dishonest means at examinations. If so, actions will be taken as per the norms and procedure prescribed by the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences.
Students are prohibited from using electronic gadgets during the examination.
Students should be seated in the examination center half an hour prior to the start of the exam.
Students should carry the hall ticket during university exams and student Identity card during internal examinations.

Code of conduct while representing the Institute in Curricular or Extra Curricular Activities :

All students registered must observe the rules and regulations that may be framed from time to time by the hosting institute.
Participation in intercollegiate programs, within the city or outside, is subject to the permission of the Principal.
A participant can participate only in one event during the simultaneous timings for events; a participant is not restricted to participation in any number of events as long as the event timings do not clash.
Participants should go through the event rules and adhere to the specifics.
Be respectful of other attendees and presenters.
  Dress appropriately for the event.
  Follow the conference schedule and arrive on time for sessions.
  Take notes during sessions and ask questions when appropriate.
  Participate in networking activities and social events.
  Follow the conference code of conduct.
  Respect the venue and its facilities.
  Refrain from using electronic devices during sessions.
For outstation programs, including study tours, students are required to submit a permission letter from their parents.
The Principal shall be the final authority in the interpretation of the College rules. Matters not covered by these rules are left to the discretion of the Principal, and his decision shall be final.