Code of Conduct

    2.1. Free Expression and Disruption

    Being an academic institution, the University is committed to the open expression and constructive debate of alternative views, theory and data. It recognizes and respects all peaceful and non-obstructive forms of dissent, whether individual or collective, that are within the University regulations and which do not interfere with the regular and essential operation of the University.

Disruption, in this context, has been defined as an action or combination of actions by an individual or a group that unreasonably interferes with, hinders, obstructs or prevents the smooth and regular functioning and operations of BUFT, including the holding of classes and all administrative functions.

If an action is determined by the University authority as disruptive, authorized officials have the right to restrain or prohibit such a behavior.

The University aims and strives to maintain an environment that is tolerant and respectful for others irrespective of gender, race, religion, class, political affiliation, caste, status or position in the University or the community at large. To this end, intolerance refers to an attitude, feeling or belief wherein an individual shows contempt for other individuals or groups based on the characteristics mentioned above.

As stated in the policy statement on free expression, the expression of diverse views and opinions is encouraged and any attempts to (hamper) obstruct such expression will be considered an act of disruption by University authorities.

2.2. Physical Abuse

BGMEA University of Fashion & Technology is committed to the safety and well-being of all its members and strives to maintain an environment that is free from acts of violence.

The University will not tolerate any act of physical violence, such as beating, punching, kicking, unwanted physical contact with a person, sexual harassment/abuse and the like by any member of the University community.

2.3. Smoking

BGMEA University of Fashion & Technology desires to achieve an environment which should be smoke-free. Achieving this goal will require the willingness, understanding, and patience of all members of the campus community working together. As a general rule, preferential consideration shall be given to the nonsmokers.

It is the responsibility of all members of the campus community to observe the provisions of these guidelines and make the whole campus smoking free as much as possible. Smoking is strictly prohibited in all indoor locations of the University.

2.4. Politics

Political activities are strictly prohibited in BUFT Campus.