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     The establishment of Bajirout Memorial College in the year 1976 is out of the Popular will, initiative of Political leaders in general and sacred efforts of men like late Mohanta Pradhan and late Kailash Chandra Mohapatra in Particular. From the year of establishment the college has grown up passing through different Political climates and leaders like late Kailash Ch. Mohapatra, Ex-M.L.A, Sri Prasanna Kumar Pattnaik, Ex-M.L.A., Mrs. Premalata Mohapatra, Ex-M.L.A. Sri Brahmananda Biswal, Ex-M.L.A. Sri Prafulla Kumar Mallick, Present M.L.A., Kamakhyanagar, Brigradier Kamakhya Prasad Singh Deo, Ex-M.P. & Present M.P. Sri Tathagat Satpathy (Lok Sabha) and Sri Rudra Narayan Pani, Present M.P. (Rajya Sabha) have extended their Co-operation and helping hand for the development of the institution. Besides, the sincere efforts and active co-operation of the intellectuals of Bhuban locality have contributed a lot in bringing the Present shape and status of the college.

     Initially this institution got government concurrence in the year 1976-77 and affiliated to Utkal University opening intermediate Arts class. By the effort of the Management the intermediate Commerce was opened in the year. 1981-82. In the year 1983-84 traditional intermediate class was converted in to +2 and affiliated to C.H.S.E., Orissa by the local demand and sincere effort of the Governing Body. +3 degree class in Arts and Commerce was opened and University affiliation was obtained in 1983-84. The college got affiliation from C.H.S.E., Orissa for opening +2 Science in the year 1991-92 and from Utkal University for opening of Honours in History and Political Science in Degree stage. Honours in Education have been opened and affiliated to Utkal University has been accorded from 1993-94. The college has got govt. permission to open honours in Accountancy from the year 1998-99 and honours in economics and Philosophy from the session 1999-2000. On its onward march the college has blossomed in to a fulfledged college with Arts, Science, Commerce at +2 stage and arts commerce at degree stage. The college has also obtained of UGC affiliation, (under section -2 (f) and 12-B of the UGC) 1.2.93. Effort for opening of Science stream in degree level on progress. The college has availed financial assistance from OMC Ltd, Orissa Mining Area development fund, the Mass Education Deptt. Of the govt. of Orissa, University Grant Commission, MP Grant, Ministry of Human Resources Development, Govt. of India and other benevolent donors. Still the college is on the way to go ahead for which it needs the sincere co-operation and Involvement of Public and further financial assistance from all Possible sources.

CODE OF CONDUCT

 Code of Conduct for Students

  • The identity card must be carried by the student during college hours, examination and all college functions and activities. The card holder is required to produce the card whenever demanded.
  • Student must attend the lectures and practicals regularly as per the time table.
  • Student should have a minimum attendance of at least 75% in theory and practical calculated separately so as to be deemed eligible for promotion to the next higher class or to be sent up for the university examination.
  • Students’ conduct should be satisfactory.
  • Students are advised to read all the notices displayed on the notice boards.
  • Student must not loiter in the institute premises.
  • No society or association must be formed in the institute and no person should be invited to address a meeting without principal’s prior permission.
  • No trips should be arranged without prior consent of the principal.
  • Students are expected to take proper care of the institute’s property. Any damage done to the property of the institute by disfiguring the walls, doors, fittings or breaking the furniture, etc. is a breach of discipline.

Code of Conduct for Teachers

  • Communicate clearly with the students.
  • Prepare thoroughly the lecture to be delivered in advance.
  • Conduct lectures and practicals as per the time table.
  • Use modern tools of teaching to make the lectures more interesting (Audio/ Visual Aids).
  • Attendance of the students should be recorded regularly.
  • Complete the syllabus in stipulated time.
  • Conduct all the examinations as per the scheduled time table.
  • Evaluate all the examination scripts in the stipulated time. 
  • Be polite to the students, listen their problems and should make efforts to solve them.
  • Be in contact with the parents / guardians of the students.
  • Take the prior approval of leave from respective authority and make the alternative arrangements for the lecture and practical.
  • Follow the rules, regulations and instructions of the institute from time to time.

Code of Conduct for Governing Body

  • To ensure that the institute is well run, meets the needs for which it has been set up.
  • To attend all the meetings of the governing body and the committees on which they serve, and acquire appropriate knowledge to contribute effectively to decision making.
  • Present the budget estimates as received from the finance and accounts committee with modifications, if any, to the principal for its final approval.
  • Provide infrastructure, premises, furniture, apparatus and other means needed for the smooth conduct of both academic and administrative work of the institute.
  • To conduct fair and transparent interviews for recruitment of teaching and non-teaching staff as and when required.
  • Consider the perspective plan for the academic development of the institute.
  • Take overall responsibility for student welfare.

Code of Conduct for Principal

  • Principal being a Head of the institution is answerable to the Director for all academic, financial and administrative activities of the institute.
  • Review current academic programmes, collaborative programmes and human resources management of the institute.
  • Admission authority for the institute to implement admission process as prescribed by state government/DHE.
  • Development and implementation of strategic plan for short term and long term development of the institute and sustainable quality improvement.
  • Maintaining support services, academic facilities etc.
  • Discuss and approve financial estimates, annual reports, accounts and audit reports time to time. Maintain necessary records of the institute in stipulated formats.
  • Promote interactions with all stake-holders and students development programs.
  • To act as a chief officer in-charge for examinations.
  • To plan and implement the activities to take care of hygiene, safety and housekeeping in the institute.
  • Take teaching load prescribed as per the norms issued time to time by state government.
  • Communicate regularly with all members of the institute.
  • Evaluate the performance of faculty and supporting staff.
  • Upliftment of Institution’s image in the society.
  • To lead the accreditation activities of institute for various quality standards.

Code of Conduct for Support Staff

  • Commence work on time and manage time effectively.
  • Use all work hours productively and ensure that their activities in the workplace do not impede the effective operation of their department.
  • Maintain a supportive environment while performing their assigned duties.
  • Respect confidentiality in all matters.
  • Understand the job scope, practices, and procedures relating to their position.
  • Ensure accuracy and thoroughness in the performance of their assigned duties.
  • Meet targets regarding work to be performed to the best of their ability.
  • Be well-organized.
  • Demonstrate ability to solve problem within the scope of their position.
  • Demonstrate ability to work independently when appropriate.
  • Show initiative.
  • Notify their in-charge if they are unable to come to work. Submit leave application to the in-charge if want to avail vacation.