Misconduct at Examinations
The following acts of a student will amount to misconduct in an examination and therefore shall be liable to disciplinary action against him/her if found of any of these acts which are strictly prohibited:-
- Possessing or taking into examination from any books, notes or other materials.
- Aiding or attempting to aid another candidate or obtaining or attempting to obtain aid from another candidate.
- Disobeying the instructions of examination invigilator or committing breach of examination rules and discipline.
- Giving false and misleading information to the examination invigilator.
The invigilator is authorized to remove the candidate from the examination hall if h/she finds him/her guilty of the foregoing acts. On the report of
the invigilator the Executive Council/Examination Committee of the Institute may impose such penalties/fines as it may consider fit in each case. For serious acts of misconduct and misbehaviour at the examination hall the Executive Council/Examination Committee of the Institute is also likely to debar a student from the Institute’s examination and also cancellation of his/her registration with the Institute.