IN partial modification to notification issued vide latter No- SIET/BLS (Admin)/ extra duty/ 14-837 dated 21-08-17 the institute discipline committee is hereby re-constituted as under :-
- Dr. Amit Kumar Bansal , PRINCIPAL – Chairman
- Er. Vikrant Chandel ,HOD ME – Member
- Er. Archana Mahajan, HOD EEE – Member
- Er. Anurag Kashyap ,HOD CE – Member
- Dr. Meenakshi , HOD (A.S ) – Member
- Er. Ramakant, HOD CSE – Member
- Er. Sachin ,HOD (Polytechnic ME) – Member
- Mr. Kuldeep, HOD (Polytechnic A.S ) – Member
- Mr. Anil Kumar , Chief Hostel Warden – Member
SIET is known for the exemplary discipline among the students. SIET believes that without good discipline it would not be possible to win academic laurels.
- Any student found indulging in ragging (any kind of physical or mental harassment) will be EXPELLED from the University and could be handed over to police (Penalty: 2 years in prison as per Government rules)
- Students indulging in eve teasing will be expelled.
- SMOKING AND DRINKING is prohibited inside the campus / Hostels.
- Cleanliness of the campus is important. Students should throw the garbage only in the dust-bins provided and should not spit on the walls and floor. Students responsible for loss of damage of the institute property will be severely punished.
- It is mandatory for the students and the staff using two wheeler to wear Helmets.
- Students are required to maintain not only good academic progress but also high discipline in the campus.
It is the responsibility of the students:
- To maintain the campus Eco-friendly
- To maintain decent dress code.
- Not to deface or write anything on the walls / furniture.
- Not to sit on the parapet walls and flight of steps.
- To switch-off the Cell Phones during Class Hours, Laboratory Sessions, Library, and meeting places.
- To be punctual for all theory and laboratory classes as well as for guest lectures and meetings.To stay till the end of the Meetings I Seminars.
- To give due respect to prayer song, national anthem, faculty, staff and other elders.
- To extend good hospitality during programmes.
- To maintain a cordial relationship with others especially maintaining harmony in a multicultural environment.
- To conserve energy by switching off fans and lights when not in use.