1. The name of the list and the commencement of its implementation :

This bylaw is called (Student Conduct and Accountability Regulations) for the year 2003 AD, the amendment of 2010, and it shall come into force on the date of its signature.

2. Interpretations

These Context requires another meaning, the following words and phrases in this list mean.. what is indicated in front of each of them:

College: means the Garden City University.
President: means the college president.
Dean: means the dean of the college.
Secretary of Academic Affairs: means the person appointed by the dean to supervise all academic activities in the college.
Council: refers to the scientific council of the college.
Department Heads Council: It means the council formed according to the rules and regulations in force in the college and is headed by the dean and the membership of department heads. It is permissible to add two experts and specialists from among the faculty members and the registrar will be the reporter of the council.
Registrar: means the student registrar in the college.
Academic degree: refers to the general bachelor’s degree and honor.
Student: means the person registered in the college with the intention of obtaining an academic degree awarded by the council.
Students: they mean the students of the Garden City College of Science and Technology.
Student supervisor: D refers to the person responsible for managing students ’affairs.
Association: means the College Student Association.
Student Activity: It refers to all student activities organized by the Association and its affiliated societies.
Commitment: It means the commitment of every student at Garden City College to the provisions of these bylaws and the other college's rules and regulations.
Commitment to the laws of the country: - It means full compliance with the laws and traditions backing in the country.
Behavior: means disciplined behavior in all places and times.

3. Behavior

3.1 The student must behave in a disciplined manner at all times and in all places and when practicing various activities and with all faculty staff.

3.2 The student must respect all religions and beliefs while refraining from uttering anything that might offend them.

3.3 The student should behave respectfully towards his teachers and college staff, and that his relationship with fellow students is based on tolerance and mutual respect.

3.4 The student must not behave in a manner that would threaten his safety, health, or safety, or the security, health or safety of others.

3.5 The student must pay attention to his appearance and adhere to modest dress when practicing any academic, cultural, sports, or social activity, and the person responsible for that activity has to determine whether the dress is modest and appropriate and his decision in that is final and the student complies with this decision. 6-3 The student must not preserve, manufacture, or use any kind of alcoholic drink or any intoxicating or narcotic substance

4. Academic discipline

4.1 The student must attend regularly to lectures, seminars, tests, exams and all forms of teaching in accordance with the regulations determined by the college authorities.

4.2 The student should behave in a disciplined manner in the lecture halls, laboratories and study places.

4.3 The student must not cause inconvenience in places of study and achievement.

4.4 The student must implement the directives issued to him by the course professor regarding the course whenever he sees that in the interest of the student.

5. Student activity

5.1 It is permitted to practice all kinds of student activity in the role of associations and societies or any other places determined by the college administration, taking into account the traditions of the college and respecting freedom of thought and democracy of expression.

5.2 It is not permitted to hold any student activity, including exhibitions, seminars, and lectures organized by the Association or Associations, on the campus of the faculty without written permission from the student supervisor and the dean.

5.3 It is strictly forbidden to use loudspeakers for any purpose on the campus of the college except in halls or important events after the approval of the student supervisor and the dean.

5.4 Student wall papers may be issued according to the following conditions:
 5.4.1 That the issuance takes place in the Union House (if any) or the role of the associations or their branches or any place certified by the dean
 5.4.2 That the newspaper and the persons responsible for it be registered with the student supervisor
 5.4.3 That the newspaper adheres to the morals, social traditions and good journalistic norms.
 5.4.4 Any activity for students should not conflict with religious beliefs.

5.5 The student has to take full care of the college property and make sure to follow all regulations and instructions issued regarding its use and maintenance. It is also prohibited to use or exploit it for any illegal purpose.

5.6 The student is prohibited from bringing, possessing, displaying, making, or carrying:
 5.6.1 Any type of weapon.
 5.6.2 Any other material that he fears for his safety or the safety of others.
 5.6.3 Any other materials that are feared for the safety of the college property and furniture.

6.Violations and penalties

6.1 A student who violates the provisions of this bylaw or other basic college rules or bylaws exposes himself to inflicting one or more of the penalties stipulated in this article according to the type and severity of the violation.

6.2 Violations are divided into two parts:
 6.2.1 Small Irregularities
 These violations are considered by the responsible persons (or their representatives), so that the violation occurred in their places of competence and their responsibilities.
  a. Dean.
  b. Secretary of Scientific Affairs.
  c. Student supervisor.
  d. Librarian.
  e. Supervisor of the academic, sports, cultural or social facilitator.
  f. The registrar.
 6.2.2 Major Violations: - Major violations are those that the Dean believes are not within his authority and include:
  a. Forgery, manipulation, or misuse of college records, including official papers and academic certificates.
  b. Disturbing the public order and everything that leads to sabotage or poses a danger to lives or property in the college or its buildings, or affects discipline or the progress of study and work in the college, such as sit-ins or occupation, and so on.
  c. Using loudspeakers or any other means that affect achievement in lecture and reading halls, laboratories and libraries without permission.
  d. Offending or insulting others.
  e. Violations of the country's laws.

6.3 Penalties:
 6.3.1 The penalties for minor violations include one or more of the following:
  a. Reprimand and attention
  b. Personal warning
  c. Deprivation of various activities for a period not exceeding six weeks
  d. Suspension of studies for a period not exceeding one semester
  e. Payment of compensation for any damage resulting from the violation, whether in books, furniture, buildings, or other college property or private property.
 6.3.2 Penalties for major violations include:
  a. Public warning
  b. Payment of compensation in the event of damaging college property
  c. Temporary or permanent deprivation from participating in academic, sports, cultural or social activities
  d. Temporary or permanent deprivation from studying at the college.

6.4 Accounting Board: -
The decision to form the Accounting Board is issued by the Dean after notifying the student supervisor of a complaint related to the violation.
The Accounting Board consists of: -
 a. Secretary of Scientific Affairs as Chairman.
 b. Student Affairs Supervisor.
 c. One of the faculty members in the college appointed by the dean.
 d. College registrar as a rapporteur.

6.5 The student concerned shall be notified in writing through the student’s supervisor of the violations directed against him and of appearing before the Accounting Board at least seventy-two hours before the date of the Council’s meeting.. and the Council may proceed and take its decisions in the absence of the student in the event that the Council is convinced of the student’s refusal to attend.

6.6 The Accounting Board is convened at the invitation of its chairman, and its meeting becomes valid in the presence of the chairman and two members.

6.7 It is permissible for the student to seek assistance in his defense before the Accounting Board with the advice and assistance of the academic supervisor, the supervising professor, one of the faculty members, or one of his fellow students.

6.8 The decisions of the Court of Accounts are final after the approval of the Dean.

6.9 The student has the right to appeal against the decisions of the Accounting Council to the Chairman of the Board of Trustees within a period not exceeding one week from the date they are approved by the Dean.

6.10 If the applicant’s violation of these regulations constitutes a violation of the laws prevailing in the country, the competent authorities shall be notified of this, and it is not permissible to start the accountability procedures before those competent authorities consider the matter.

6.11 The Dean has the right to temporarily suspend or continue studying for any student pending a decision by the Accounting Board in a violation related to that student if it is felt that his presence in the college harms the integrity of the investigation or leads to complications affecting the interest of the college.

6.12 The dean may order any student to leave the college temporarily whenever he is convinced that the presence of that student in the college poses a danger to the health and safety of him or the health and safety of others.

7. General provisions

7.1 It is prohibited to sit-in on the college campus or any fields belonging to the college for any reason whatsoever.

7.2 The college does not bear any responsibility for any damage caused to the student during the study in the college except to the extent that makes the college responsible in accordance with the provisions of the country's law.

7.3 No student may address the college administration without referring to the student supervisor.

7.4 Students must raise their private or non-academic general problems in writing to the student supervisor who solves them or submits them to the concerned authorities for a decision.

7.5 It is not permissible for any applicant to interfere in any work from the competence of other workers, professors, or management, and he is not entitled to demand the completion of any work except through the usual official channels.