1. Teachers should conduct himself / herself in accordance with the ideals of the profession.

2. A teacher is constantly under the scrutiny of her/his students and the society at large. Therefore, every teacher should see that there is no incompatibility between her/his precepts and practice.

3. The profession further requires that the teacher should be calm, patient and communicative by temperament and amiable in disposition.

4. Teacher should :
(i) Adhere to a responsible pattern of conduct and demeanor expected of them by the community;
(ii) Manage their private affairs in a manner consistent with the dignity of the profession;
(iii) Seek to make professional growth continuous through study and research;
(iv) Express free and frank opinion by participation at professional meetings, seminars, conferences etc., towards the contribution of knowledge;
(v) Maintain active membership of professional organisations and strive to improve education and profession through them;
(vi) Perform their duties in the form of teaching, tutorials, practicals, seminars and research work, conscientiously and with dedication;
(vii) Discourage and not indulge in plagiarism and other non-ethical behaviour in teaching and research;
(viii) Abide by the Act, Statute and Ordinance of the University and to respect its ideals, vision, mission, cultural practices and tradition;
(ix) Co-operate and assist in carrying out the functions relating to the educational responsibilities of the college and the university, such as: assisting in appraising applications for admission, advising and counselling students as well as assisting the conduct of college examinations, including supervision, invigilation and evaluation;
(x) Participate in extension, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities, including the community service.

5. Teachers and Students Teachers should:
(i) Respect the rights and dignity of the student in expressing her/his opinion;
(ii) Deal justly and impartially with students regardless of their religion, caste, gender, political, economic, social and physical characteristics;
(iii) Recognise the difference in aptitude and capabilities among students and strive to meet their individual needs;
(iv) Encourage students to improve their attainments, develop their personalities and at the same time contribute to community welfare;
(v) Inculcate among students scientific temper, spirit of inquiry and ideals of democracy, patriotism, social justice, environmental protection and peace;
(vi) Treat the students with dignity and not behave in a vindictive manner towards any of them for any reason;
(vii) Pay attention to only the attainment of the student in the assessment of merit; (viii) Make themselves available to the students even beyond their class hours and help and guide students without any remuneration or reward;
(ix) Aid students to develop an understanding of our national heritage and national goals; and (x) Refrain from inciting students against other students, colleagues or administration.

6. Teachers and Colleagues
Teachers should:
(i) Treat other members of the profession in the same manner as they themselves wish to be treated;
(ii) Speak respectfully to other teachers and render assistance for professional betterment;
(iii) Refrain from making unsubstantiated allegations against colleagues to higher authorities;
(iv) Refrain from allowing considerations of caste, creed, religion, race or sex in their professional endeavour.

7. Teachers and Authorities:
Teachers should:
(i) Discharge their professional responsibilities according to the existing rules and adhere to procedures and methods consistent with their profession in initiating steps through their own institutional bodies and / or professional organisations for change of any such rule detrimental to the professional interest;
(ii) Refrain from undertaking any other employment and commitment, including private tuitions and coaching classes which are likely to interfere with their professional responsibilities;
(iii) Co-operate in the formulation of policies of the institution by accepting various offices and discharge responsibilities which such offices may demand;
(iv) Co-operate with the authorities for the betterment of the institutions keeping in view the interest and in conformity with the dignity of the profession;
(vi) Adhere to the terms of Directorate of Collegiate Office regulations.
(vii) Give and expect due notice before a change of position takes place;
(viii) Refrain from availing leave except on unavoidable grounds and as far as practicable with prior intimation, keeping in view their particular responsibility for completion of academic schedule.