Kidderpore College

The College is Under the University of Calcutta

Established in 1966

Grade B NAAC Accreditation 2016

Code of Conduct



Professional Responsibilities: Commitment to College Mission

Uphold the vision and mission of the college, fostering academic excellence and the holistic development of students.

Preparation and Delivery:

  • Be well-prepared for all classes, lectures, and labs.
  • Deliver engaging and effective instruction, utilizing a variety of teaching methods.
  • Maintain clear and consistent grading practices.

Communication and Availability:

  • Communicate effectively with students through clear course syllabi, and regular feedback.
  • Be available to students for questions and guidance beyond class time.

Professional Development:

  • Continuously strive to improve teaching skills and knowledge by attending workshops, and conferences, and pursuing professional development opportunities.
  • Stay current with advancements in your field.

Student Relations:

  • Fairness and Respect: Treat all students fairly, respectfully, and with dignity, regardless of background, beliefs, or abilities.
  • Academic Integrity: Promote academic integrity by upholding the college’s policies on plagiarism, cheating, and other forms of academic dishonesty.
  • Confidentiality: Maintain the confidentiality of student information.
  • Supportive Environment: Foster a supportive, inclusive learning environment that celebrates diversity and encourages student participation.
  • Harassment and Discrimination: Avoid any behavior construed as harassment or discrimination based on race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, disability, or any other protected characteristic.

 Collegiality and Professional Conduct:

  • Collaboration: Work collaboratively with colleagues to improve teaching practices and contribute to the college’s overall success.
  • Respectful Communication: Maintain respectful and professional communication with colleagues, administration, and staff.
  • Conflict Resolution: Address any conflicts with colleagues professionally and respectfully.
  • Workload and Responsibilities: Fulfill all assigned teaching and administrative duties responsibly and on time.
  • College Resources: Use college resources responsibly and in accordance with college policies.

Additional Considerations

  • Dress Code: Maintain a professional appearance appropriate for an academic setting.
  • Personal Conduct: Conduct yourself in a manner that reflects positively on the college both on and off campus.
  • Social Media: Use social media responsibly and avoid posting anything that could compromise your professional standing or the college’s reputation.


  • Failure to adhere to this code of conduct may result in disciplinary action, including termination of employment.


  • Be courteous to the staff and your fellow students.
  • Carry your College Identity Card regularly to show on demand.
  • Take your place in the class before the commencement of every period.
  • Attend all lectures (C.U. regulations require in attendance at least 75% of the total classes held).
  • Follow the notice board regularly.
  • Enter the class and examination hall in time.
  • Inform the Principal in case of absence.
  • Prepare yourself regularly for your classes and make use of the library.
  • Protect your College property and keep your college environment neat and clean.
  • Students are supposed to treat each other with respect and civility; otherwise, strong measures would be taken against the offenders.
  • Students are not allowed to use cell phones and other electronic gadgets during class lectures.
  • Use of cell phone is strictly prohibited in the examination hall.
  • Students should take care of their personal belongings. Authority is not responsible for any loss of personal property.
  • Students must inform their guardians regarding Parent-Teacher meetings when notified by the College.
  • All students are expected to participate in the College activities like sports and cultural programmes.

Ex-Students are not allowed to enter the College premises without the permission of the college authorities.


Professionalism and Commitment

      • Loyalty and Dedication: Uphold the college’s mission and vision, contributing to its overall success and reputation.
      • Reliability and Punctuality: Maintain consistent attendance, arrive at work on time, and fulfill assigned duties punctually.
      • Confidentiality: Maintain the confidentiality of all college information, records, and student data entrusted to you.
      • Professional Conduct: Be courteous and professional in all interactions with students, faculty, staff, and visitors.
      • Respectful Workplace: Promote a respectful and inclusive work environment, free from harassment or discrimination.

Responsibilities and Efficiency

      • Job Performance: Perform assigned duties efficiently, accurately, and in accordance with established procedures.
      • Problem-Solving and Initiative: Identify and address issues proactively, seeking solutions and offering suggestions for improvement when appropriate.
      • Teamwork and Collaboration: Collaborate effectively with colleagues from all departments to achieve shared goals.
      • Departmental Policies: Adhere to all departmental policies and procedures regarding work hours, breaks, use of equipment, and dress code.
      • College Resources: Utilize college resources responsibly and avoid personal use of college property unless authorized.

Service and Communication

      • Customer Service: Provide excellent customer service to students, faculty, staff, and visitors, addressing inquiries and concerns promptly and courteously.
      • Clear Communication: Communicate clearly and concisely with colleagues, supervisors, and external contacts.
      • Maintaining Records: Maintain accurate and up-to-date records as your specific role requires.
      • Reporting: Report any suspected violations of college policies or security concerns to your supervisor.

Additional Considerations

      • Professional Development: Participate in training opportunities offered by the college to enhance your skills and knowledge.
      • Social Media: Use social media responsibly and avoid posting anything that could compromise your professional standing or the college’s reputation.

Failure to adhere to this code of conduct may result in disciplinary action, including termination of employment.