The Students of the University Shall

  • Devote whole heartedly in acquiring the knowledge imparted by the teachers with the help of prescribed books, published literature and experimental work in laboratories and fields during their studies at the University.
  • Be regular in attending classes and shall maintain at least 75% attendance in the classes.
  • Maintain the notes and list of the lectures delivered by the teachers in the class.
  • Maintain and preserve in good condition the books and literature received by them from the University Libraries.
  • Handle with care and caution the equipment, instruments, tools and machines available in the laboratories at the research or demonstration farms, livestock and poultry experiment stations, and veterinary clinics of the University.
  • Extend cooperation and response to the teachers as could be conducive to ththe attainment of more and more knowledge and learning.
  • Show to the teacher’s utmost an undivided respect, obedience and recognition as would be considered in terms of morality, obligatory on the part of son or child towards his parents and elders in family.
  • Maintain neatness and cleanliness in the classrooms, laboratories, corridors, compounds, and hostel rooms as could be expected of any human being in respect of his own dwelling, home, or abode.
  • To participate fully and whole heartedly in sports, games, and extracurricular activities with the object of developing a healthy body for a healthy mind.
  • To encourage activities that may create a sense of brotherhood and affinity among the students.
  • Maintain identity as a student at the University and oneness among all students by wearing the gown and identity badges on chest as may be prescribed by the University.
  • Contribute actively to the development of national ideology and Islamic mode of life.
  • Implicit obedience and follow the rules, instructions, guidelines issued by the University authorities from time to time.
  • Show due respect and regard to all leaders of national fame, scholars, and religious leaders without distinction.
  • And generally, do all acts and deeds as would be, conducive for elevating the image of the University in the society and raising prestige of the University as proud students thereof.
  • Indulging into activities against the Islamic and Pakistan Ideology or national solidarity.
  • Indulging into activities promoting / invoking violence or hatred or contempt.
  • Indulging into rising of slogans or words spoken or written against any group, class or individuals or against the University authorities.
  • Promoting or propagating any regional group, linguistic or sectarian conflicts.
  • Using any part of the University Campus for holding political or sectarian gatherings.
  • Indulging in foul or malpractices at the examinations.
  • Using pressure tactics or political or personal influence in seeking academic promotions, award of financial benefits, or other matters concerning academic or administrative functions of the University authorities.
  • Resorting to use of coercive / oppressive or bullying tactics. Inviting or allowing entry within the University premises of expelled students, anti-social elements or other persons whose presence on the university campus may cause conflict among the students or whose presence might create unhealthy atmosphere.
  • Bringing within the University campus, consuming or encouraging consumption of narcotics or indulging in criminal activities or acts involving moral turpitude.
  • Bringing within University premises, keeping / using different kinds of weapons.
  • Concealing from the University authorities any act or omission of any student or group of students as might be against the norms of good conduct.
  • Using or occupying any room or part of the building of the University campus unauthorized.
  • Taking out procession or holding meeting within university campus without prior permission from the competent authority.
  • Damaging university buildings, properties, lawns, orchards, experimental farms / stations, research farms, gardens, etc.  
  • Generally, from all such acts and deeds as might lead to bring disgrace and bad name to the University.
  • Any student found to have violated the norms of conduct prescribed above shall be deemed to be guilty of the breach of conduct and discipline regulations of the University and shall be liable to penalty under the student conduct and discipline regulations. On Admission to the Privilege of Being a Hostel Resident, he / she Undertakes to abide by the Following Code of Conduct. That he/she shall follow the rules and regulations framed by University for Administration of University hostels from time to time.
  • That he / she shall not allow any guests in room after sunset.
  • He/She shall not knowingly give refuge or protection to any criminal or any other person who has committed any other recognizable offence or is a fugitive from law, shall not aid or abet any person in his/her criminal activities.
  • That he/she shall not bring, keep, store, or permit any one to keep, hide or store, any weapon even licensed, in the University Hostels; and that he/she shall sign the hostel register on arriving in the hostel after closing hours; giving name, room number, time of arrival and other particulars required in the register maintained for the purpose in the hostel entry room.
If the competent authority is of the opinion that the defaulting student has committed any of acts herein mentioned shall consider the same as grounds for imposing penalty on the student.

  • Misconduct
  • Committing of acts of violence or use of force, intimidation, arms, or inciting other students for the same purpose.
  • Causing destruction of or damage to the University property or inciting students for the same purpose.
  • Making undesirable speeches, raising slogans, shouting and writing, publishing or circulating material derogatory to Pakistan, Islamic Ideology, and the prestige of the University or maligning the University authorities or the University teachers / officers and impairing the sanctity of the University.
  • Use of unfair means and malpractices in the examinations.
  • Consumption, use, sale and distribution of alcohol, liquor or other intoxicating drugs within hostels or campus of the University or being addict to any intoxicant.
  • Making collections or prompting collection of donations, subscriptions etc. in cash or kind as pecuniary assistance for or on behalf of the University or organizations or a department of the University, except in accordance with the instructions issued by the University authorities.
  • Committing any act or omission involving moral turpitude which in the opinion of the authority is disgraceful for a University Student; and 
  • Any act or omission on the part of a student even though committed outside the University campus, which in the opinion of the competent authority has exposed the University to bad name and defamation.
The competent authority may impose upon a defaulting student any of the following penalties:
  • Warning in writing.
  • A fine not exceeding Rs.500/-
  • Withholding result of examination for a period not exceeding 6 months.
  • Withholding of a certificate of good moral character.
  • Fine commensurate with nature/extent of misconduct.
  • Withdrawal of financial concessions for a period not exceeding three months.
  • Expulsion from attending classes for a period not exceeding three months.
  • Cancellation of examination result.
  • Removal from hostel.
  • Deprivation from University privileges i.e., scholarship.
  • Rustication or expulsion from the University for a Specific Period.
  • Disqualifying for a period not exceeding three years for appearance in any University Examinations.
  • Rustication and ban on entry in the premises of the University for a period up to three years or more.
  • Following procedure shall be followed for imposing penalty on a defaulting student:
  • Orders of the Vice Chancellor shall be final. The right of review shall also vest in him / her.
  • Any orders imposing penalty may be withdrawn and misconduct pardoned with such conditions as may be considered necessary by the Vice Chancellor if at any time, after passing such orders, Vice Chancellor is satisfied that penalized student has exhibited genuine repentance over his past conduct and promises to demonstrate improved conduct in future.
  • If it comes to the notice of the Students Advisor that a student has conducted himself in a manner invoking any one or more of the grounds of penalty enumerated in regulations, he / she shall immediately bring the matter to the notice of the competent authority and under his instructions shall hold preliminary inquiry by recording statements of witnesses and if necessary, of the defaulting students.
  • In case of urgency requiring immediate preliminary inquiry, the Students Advisor may forth-with record the statement of the witnesses and if necessary, of the defaulting student before reporting the matter to the competent authority. Provided that if the incident has directly come to the notice of competent authority, he / she may direct a preliminary inquiry to be held by the student advisor.
  • The Students Advisor shall place the matter together with his / her report before the competent authority.
  • The competent authority on scrutiny of the preliminary inquiry and the report of the Students Advisor may direct a show cause notice to be issued to the defaulting student and refer the matter to the Discipline Committee of the University.
  • That the Competent Authority shall not be debarred from imposing a minor penalty on the defaulting student without reference to the Discipline Committee after giving a personal hearing to the defaulting student.
  • The Discipline Committee shall on the date fixed after receipt of reply to the show cause notice to the defaulting student hold a meeting at which the witnesses and the defaulting student shall be heard, and the matter considered.
  • It shall be discretionary for the Discipline Committee to orally confirm statements recorded at the preliminary inquiry necessary to the witnesses and the defaulting student during hearing.
  • The Discipline Committee may, if necessary, grant time till following meeting to witnesses and defaulting students to produce such evidence as may be unavoidably necessary for the determination of the issue before the Committee.
  • On completion of the proceeding the Discipline Committee shall forward the matter to the Competent Authority with its opinion proposing penalty to be imposed upon the defaulting student.
  • On receiving the opinion from the Discipline Committee, the Competent Authority may impose any penalty on the defaulting student. 
  • A defaulting student can file an appeal against the order of the imposition of penalty to the Academic Council within one month of the decision of penalty on him / her.
  • Without prejudice to the grounds of penalty and penalties enumerated in regulation No: 5.1 (a) and (b) have the authorities mentioned below may impose penalties shown against each for acts or omissions not covered by Regulation.
  • The Teacher Incharge Expulsion from the classroom, laboratories, workshop, or field work for the period concerned (Max: four consecutive classes or one week).
  • President Gymkhana / Ex-officio. Expulsion from game for not more than one week.
  • The Chairman Library Committee. Expulsion from the library for a period not exceeding one month.
  • The Dean of a Faculty. Expulsion from all or any class in the faculty for a period not    exceeding one month.
  • The Hostel Provost. Expulsion from residence in hostel for a period not more than four months.
  • The Students Advisor, Hostel Provost, President Gymkhana, Dean & Librarian fine not exceeding Rs. 500/-
  • The President Gymkhana. Suspension or removal from a Position of authority in university sports.
  • The Students Advisor, Suspension, or removal from a position of authority in student union.
  • The Dean of a Faculty. Withholding or cancellation of Free ship of university.