General Conduct

  • All facilities at the Faculy of Media Engineering and Technology are shared. This includes, but is not restricted to, all teaching spaces, which includes lecture halls, laboratories, tutorial rooms, project clusters and the available equipments.
  • Please leave any of the facilities the way you would expect to find them, that is clean and cleared of your litter.
  • Eating in teaching spaces is strictly prohibited.
  • Drinking in teaching spaces is limited to water bottles kept under the tables or in your bags. Please do not keep them anywhere near the computer. Glass bottles and cans of any sort are not permitted.
  • Lab classes have priority over drop-in use of labs. If you are not enrolled in the lab session, please evacuate the lab before the commencement of classes.
  • Usage of the above mentioned facilities is limited to the working days as announced by the GUC academic calendar. Otherwise, access to the faciites is only allowed with a written approval signed by both the course supervisor and the concerned security official.

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Internet access and use of equipment

  • Usage of all computers and the related equipments is goverened by the GUC IT department policies and regulations.
  • Usage of closed-group facilities, such as the Robotics room, is limited to the registered team members.
  • The GUC takes a serious stand against copyright infringement; offenses are punishable and governed by the corresponding GUC regulations.
  • Excessive downloading of non-academic data, such as software updates for private laptops, is strictly prohibited, and will be dealt with firmly.
  • Local installation of any software that is not related to course requirements is strictly prohibited, unless prior approval has been received from technical/teaching staff.
  • Providing access to the above mentioned facilites to any unauthorised person, is strictly prohbited, unless a visitor's form has been acquired and approved by the admission office.

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Offensive Behaviour

  • Offensive behaviour is deemed to be any behaviour that is irritating, annoyoing, of bad taste or insulting. Offensive behaviour includes, but is not limited to:
    • displaying offensive material on your screen.
    • Loud and overbearing behaviour, such as shouting and noisy discussions.
    • Swearing.
    • Religious or racial slurs.
  • Offensive behaviour is and will not be tolerated. If your behaviour is conceived by another to be offensive, please cease the conduct when requested to. In instances where such behaviour is reported to technical, teaching or security staff, penalties will apply.

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Penalties for Breach of Guidelines

  • Any breach of the above mentioned guidelines will result in serious corrective actions. These actions include, but are not restricted to, account suspension. or suspension of access to the GUC proxy until the end of the semester. Successive breaches of the guidlines may lead to account cancellation. A history of warnings and suspensions will be maintained in the offender's GUC log.
  • A call for corrective action can be invoked by:
    • GUC faculty members and teaching staff.
    • Technical staff and IT department representatives.
    • Security staff and evening supervisors.

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