CHAPTER II

STUDENT OBLIGATIONS

Section 2

 

Every student has the obligation to:

  1. Uphold the teachings of the religion he adheres to and have noble morals.
  2. Comply with all applicable regulations/regulations within Telkom University and the Republic of Indonesia.
  3. Participate in maintaining facilities and infrastructure as well as cleanliness, order and security.
  4. Also bear the costs of providing education except for students who are exempt from this obligation in accordance with applicable regulations.
  5. Respect science, and maintain the authority and good name of Telkom University.
  6. Use language that is polite and does not harm other parties in communicating either directly or indirectly through public media.
  7. Upholding national and local culture.
  8. Report any violations by other students that they know about.

CHAPTER III

STUDENT MANNERS

Section 3

 

The etiquette for expressing opinions is regulated as follows:

  • Expressing opinions must not interfere with higher education Tridharma activities and other activities at the higher education level and must not touch on matters related to ethnicity, race and religion.
  • Students who express opinions are obliged to comply with the regulations and decency and fairness as academic people.
  • The form of conveying opinions is carried out through face-to-face dialogue with an academic nuance, equipped with written opinions and supported by scientific academic reasons.
  • Other forms of expressing opinions can be possible while prioritizing dialogue or deliberation.
  • Opinion Submission Procedure:
  • The plan for conveying opinions is submitted in writing to the relevant leadership containing the aims and objectives, topics or problems to be presented, the person responsible for implementing it, participants, time, place of implementation and the length of time required
  • The opinion submission plan is submitted at least 2 (two) days before the opinion submission is planned to be carried out.

 

Section 4

Student social etiquette is:

  1. Developing a spirit of kinship and mutual respect without differentiating between socio-economic background, ethnicity, religion, race and class.
  2. Developing social sensitivity, solidarity and solidarity between people.
  3. Develop polite attitudes in behavior and thinking.
  4. Apply polite manners in consulting, greeting and communicating with officials, lecturers and staff.
  5. Show respect and respect for leaders, lecturers and staff by avoiding talking or joking excessively in front of lecture halls, office spaces, thereby disturbing lecture activities and other official activities.
  6. Do not engage in social relations that violate moral norms.
  7. Do not pit students against each other, students against lecturers, lecturers against lecturers, or lecturers against their superiors.

 

Section 5

Communication etiquette includes:

  1. Student etiquette towards leadership, lecturers, staff, both in study programs, faculties and universities.
  • Get to know the elements of leadership, lecturers, staff at the study program, school and university level.
  • Pay attention to and study the explanations received from leadership, lecturers, staff at the study program, school and university level.
  • Carry out tasks assigned by leadership, lecturers, staff at the study program, school and university level.
  • Demonstrate polite attitudes, speech and behavior.
    1. Student etiquette towards lecturers includes:
  • Get to know the lecturers in their environment.
  • Be respectful and polite to each lecturer both verbally and in action.
  • Consultation meetings with lecturers are in principle based on an agreement before the meeting is held, with special conditions:
    1. Text messages or call students by stating their identity clearly.
    2. Pay attention to working hours and use good and correct Indonesian.
    3. Uphold academic honesty.
    4. Demonstrate polite attitudes, speech and behavior.
    5. Student etiquette towards administrative employees includes:
  • Get to know administrative employees according to their fields and responsibilities.
  • When students need services, they need to consider the time and provide their identity clearly.
  • Provide clear and concise information about the purpose of meeting administrative employees.
  • Demonstrate polite attitudes, speech and behavior.
    1. Manners between students include:
  • Be respectful and polite in relationships.
  • Help each other and not harm each other.
  • Not feeling smarter than other students.
  • Remind each other if a friend makes a mistake.
  • Demonstrate polite attitudes, speech and behavior.

Section 6

Appearance etiquette includes:

  1. Dress and appear clean, neat, polite, harmonious and not excessive, appropriate to the place, time and situation.
  2. During ceremonies or special activities or sports activities or on certain days, you are required to follow the applicable clothing and equipment regulations.

 

Section 7

Organizational etiquette is carried out as follows:

  1. Student organizations or institutions that can be joined are those that comply with Telkom University guidelines.
  2. Carry out student activities and programs in accordance with applicable regulations.
  3. Maintain good relations between student organizations on and off campus.
  4. Occupies the student organization secretariat in accordance with applicable rules or regulations.

 

Section 8

 

Manners towards the environment are regulated as follows:

  1. Participate in maintaining campus facilities and environment.
  2. Participate in maintaining the safety and cleanliness of the garden, tools, classroom or lecture room furniture.
  3. Ensure that campus property is well maintained and durable.
  4. Participate in maintaining the cleanliness of the place of worship and not use it for sleeping or lying down.
  5. Do not park your vehicle outside the applicable regulations.

 

CHAPTER IV

PROHIBITIONS FOR STUDENTS

Section 9

In general, prohibitions for students are categorized based on categories as in the following table:

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Section 10

Violations of prices referred to in article 09 of this decision are categorized as:

  1. Light, for the acts referred to in letters a to g.
  2. Meanwhile, for the actions referred to in letter h to point w.
  3. Severe, for the acts referred to in point y up to point ak.
  4. Other violations that are not explicitly mentioned will be initiated and grouped into one of the 3 (three) types of categories referred to in letters a, b or c as referred to in this article.

STUDENT CODE OF ETHICS

ACADEMIC VIOLATIONS

Every university must have serious violations that will be immediately processed by the disciplinary committee. Likewise, Telkom University has serious academic violations, namely cheating and plagiarism. These two serious violations can be immediately reported to the Faculty or University Disciplinary Committee with proof of the violation, so that the violation can be followed up to the next level.

 

VIOLATION OF THE CODE OF ETHICS

Creating a student code of ethics is part of the educational process. So a fixed procedure for processing and decision making regarding ethical violations that applies to students within Telkom University was created. There are minor and serious violations of the code of ethics. Minor violations are in the form of violations of ….. which are resolved by means of …. Meanwhile, serious violations are in the form of violations of … which are resolved by means of …. . If a student commits a first minor violation, the perpetrator will be given a written warning, if they commit a second violation, they will be given a written warning and a deduction of 15 TAK and if they commit a third violation they will be given a written warning and a deduction of 50 TAK. If you commit a violation more than three times, you will be determined to have committed a moderate violation so that the student concerned will be subject to suspension for a maximum of 4 (four) semesters. Serious violations can be subject to a maximum penalty of dismissal as a student. Additional sanctions can be given with educational corridor restrictions, such as social service work, apologies posted in designated places and the like. This additional sanction is given to students who commit a second or subsequent violation which is declared a repeat (recidive).

 

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