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  1. Students are required to wear proper attire to attend classes.
  2. Tardiness is not acceptable. Three lates will equal one absence. Students are required to have at least 80 percent class attendance to be eligible to take the final examination.
  3. As a courtesy, students need to let the instructor know beforehand when they have a valid reason to leave class early or come to class late.
  4. All electronic devices must be turned off during class time. Permission from the instructor is required to leave the device(s) on in an emergency.
  5. Students are not allowed to have food or drinks in the classrooms.
  6. Smoking is prohibited everywhere in any building, except in designated smoking areas.

Academic dishonesty is prohibited at Twinning Engineering Programmes. It is a serious offence, as it diminishes the quality of scholarship, makes accurate evaluation of student progress impossible, and defrauds those in society who must ultimately depend upon the knowledge and integrity of the institution, its students, and the faculty.Academic dishonesty includes, but is not limited to, the following:

A. Cheating

  1. Using or attempting to use books, notes, study aids, calculators, or any otherdocuments, devices or information in any academic exercise without priorauthorization of the teacher.
  2. Copying or attempting to copy from another person’s paper, report, laboratory work,computer program, or other work material in any academic exercise.
  3. Procuring or using tests or examinations, or any other information regarding the content of a test or examination, before the scheduled exercise without prior authorization of the teacher.
  4. Unauthorized communication during any academic examination.
  5. Discussing the contents of tests or examinations with students who have not yet taken the tests or examinations if the teacher has forbidden such discussion.
  6. Sending a substitute to take one’s examination, test, or quiz, or to perform one’s field or laboratory work; acting as a substitute for another student at any examination, test, or quiz, or at a field or laboratory work assignment.
  7. Conducting research or preparing work for another student, or allowing others to conduct one’s research or prepare one’s work, without prior authorization of the teacher.

B. Fabrication:

Fabricating documents such as:

  1. Inventing or making up data, research results, information, or procedures.
  2. Inventing a record or any portion thereof regarding internship, clinical, or practicum experiences.

C. Falsification:

Altering or falsifying information, such as:

  1. Changing grade reports or other academic records.
  2. Altering the record of experimental procedures, data, or results.
  3. Altering the record of or reporting false information about internship, clinical, or practicum experiences.
  4. Forging someone’s signature or identification on an academic record.
  5. Altering a returned examination paper in order to claim that the examination was graded erroneously.
  6. Falsely citing a source of information.

D. Multiple Submission:

The submission of substantial portions of the same academic work, including oral reports, for credit more than once without prior authorization by the teacher involved.

E. Complicity in Academic Dishonesty:

Helping or attempting to commit an academically dishonest act.

  1. Students need to be in uniform on examination days, for both mid-term and final.
  2. Students must be on time for the start of the examination. Students arriving more than 30 minutes after the start will not be allowed to take the examination.
  3. Student may only take examinations for those courses for which they have registered.
  4. All possessions must be kept out of sight and reach, e.g., in the front or the rear of the room.
  5. Students are not allowed to talk during the exam. If there are questions, then the questions should be directed to the instructor.
  6. When dictionaries or other reference materials are allowed to be used during the examination, they will be checked.
  7. Students must present their university ID cards to be allowed to take examination.
  8. Students need to sit in their assigned seats and sign the examination attendance record.
  9. Students will not be permitted to leave the examination room unless accompanied by staff member. Otherwise, the examination is ended and the paper must be turned in.
  10. Students who fail to take the examination (either mid-term or final) on the scheduled date without prior arrangement with the instructor or due to an emergency, such as serious illness, will not be allowed to take a make-up examination and will receive an F.
  11. Any form of cheating, including talking, whispering or signaling to another student, looking at another exam paper, and crib notes or sheets, etc. will lead to:
    • an F on the examination paper
    • In more serious cases, an F for the course and ineligibility to enroll in the next regular semester.

Students are required to wear proper uniforms when attending classes, examinations, using facilities and getting services from all departments of TU. A proper uniform regularly used is described as follows :

General Uniform
Men White shirt with short/long sleeves
Black or dark blue trousers
Belt with university buckle
Dress shoes
Women White shirt with short sleeves
University buttons
University badge
Black or dark blue skirt
Dress shoes

On formal occasions, students are required to follow the formal dress code as follows :

formal Uniform
Men White shirt with long sleeves
Black or dark blue trousers
Black socks and black leather shoes
Women White shirt with short sleeves
University buttons (4 buttons)
University badge on upper left chest area
Black or dark blue skirt (cover knees)

Workshop Dress Code

Unless otherwise stated, students from second year are required to wear the engineering workshop shirts while attending workshop classes. As part of safety precautions, both male and female students are also required to wear full pants and shoes while in the workshop.