Bachelor of Audiology and Speech Language Pathology (BASLP) is a highly specialized professional course coming under the Rehabilitation Council of India. Students doing this course need to be aware that their success in professional care depends also on their ability to interact with medical doctors, nurses and technical staff. This is conveniently achieved as the course is located in a Medical college Hospital with adequate facilities for referral and consultation with specialist.
The students who have to acquire Rehabilitation skills are therefore require to adhere to the rules and regulations of the college along with the norms obtaining in the hospital, so that their academic growth takes place effectively. All the students are expected to follow self discipline at the personal level and the general discipline in the campus. A sense of decorum and discipline is expected of every student in the college, hospital and the entire campus.
Regular attendance as well as punctuality is expected from the students at lectures, demonstrations, practicals, field work and all other academic and skilled based exercises. They are required to attend allotted working periods in each of the prescribed subjects.
The evoke dignity and decorum; all students are required to be dressed neatly and modestly:
- Wearing prescribed uniform is obligatory.
- Ragging is strictly prohibited. It is personally dehumanizing and has consequences that effect you for your entire lifetime. Government has made it a criminal offence which invites imprisonment, fine and dismissal from the college.
“Heal and Comfort” is the motto of the college and the concerns of the patient always comes first. All patients must be treated with due respect, irrespective of their economic status or the extent of their disability. Students must strive at all time to be loyal to the ethics of the institution and promote its image by following humane, ethical and professional code of conduct.
The Management may frame rules and regulations to more effectively ensure a conducing atmosphere of learning and failure to follow them may result in appropriate disciplinary action.