Wednesday, 12 September 2012

STUDENT'S CODE OF BEHAVIOUR

The governing Council and the staff of Port Moresby Technical College extend a warm welcome to all incoming students.

“Live and let others live” is the principle that binds the college community together. As members of the college community you are required to live up to this principle, and conduct yourselves with dignity and decorum throughout the course of your studies at the college. This booklet will help you do just that, please read through it carefully.

Special mention is made that the Students “Code of Behaviour” has been compiled by the Disciplinary Sub-Committee of the Governing Council in close liaison with the Students’ Representative Council, and finally approved at a full meeting of the Governing Council after prolonged discussions. The provisions of the Code will apply to all students undertaking full-time or part-time courses/study at Port Moresby Technical College.

These rules were approved at the full Governing Council Meeting 3/2010, 21st October 2010. The Education Act of 1983 states that Governing Councils are the body that makes rules for National Institutions and once the rules are agreed the rules become a LEGAL DOCUMENT. Any person that signs this document is legally bound by it.

Maria Kopkop, OBE
Chairperson – Governing Council

Revised on 19th October 2010

PORT MORESBY TECHNICAL COLLEGE
RULES, REGULATIONS AND PROCEDURES


The college will strictly implement the policies stipulated in the Students' Code of Behaviour starting Academic Year 2013.



THIS BOOKLET ON “STUDENT’S BEHAVIOUR” SERVES AS A REMINDER FOR STUDENTS/TRAINEES TO ACT ACCORDINGLY IN A PROPERLY MANNER DURING THEIR STAY AND DAILY ACTIVITIES AT THE COLLEGE.

THE STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO READ THE CONTENTS OF THIS BOOKLET AND ABIDE WHOLEHEARTEDLY TO THE RULES AND REGULATIONS STIPULATED HEREIN.
                              
ANY VIOLATIONS OF THE RULES AND REGULATIONS STATED IN THIS BOOKLET WILL BE DEALT ACCORDINGLY.

IMPORTANT:

STUDENTS WHO ENTER THE COLLEGE USING FALSE CERTIFICATES AND OTHER DEVIOUS MEANS WILL BE REFERRED TO THE POLICE FOR PROSECUTION.

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