CHAPTER II

STUDENT OBLIGATIONS

Section 2

Every student has the obligation:

  1. Uphold the teachings of the religion they hold and have noble character.
  2. Comply with all applicable regulations / provisions within the University of Telkom and the Republic of Indonesia.
  3. The institution maintains facilities and infrastructure as well as cleanliness, order and security.
  4. KKB covers the cost of providing education except for students who are exempted from the obligation in accordance with applicable regulations.
  5. Appreciate knowledge, and maintain the authority and good name of Telkom University.
  6. Using polite language and not harming other parties in communicating both directly and indirectly through public media.
  7. Upholding national and local culture.
  8. Report any violations by other students he knows.

CHAPTER III

 GRADUATION OF STUDENTS

Article 3

The manners of expressing opinion are regulated as follows:

  1. Submission of ideas may not interfere with the Tridharma activities of tertiary institutions and other activities at the tertiary level and may not touch on matters relating to ethnicity, race and religion.
  2. Students who submit opinions must obey rules and propriety and reasonableness as academic beings.
  3. The form of submission of opinions is carried out through face-to-face dialogue with academic nuances that are complemented by written opinions and supported by scientific academic reasons.
  4. Other forms of expression can be made possible by continuing to prioritize dialogue or deliberation.
  5. Submission Procedure:
  6. The plan for submitting an opinion shall be submitted in writing to the relevant leader which contains the intent and purpose, the topic or problem to be conveyed, the person in charge, the participant, the time, place of implementation and the length of time required
  7. The opinion submission plan must be submitted at least 2 (two) days before the planned submission of opinion is to be carried out.

Article 4

The students’ social behavior is:

  1. Developing a family spirit and mutual respect by not distinguishing socioeconomic, ethnic, religious, racial and class backgrounds.
  2. Develop social sensitivity, solidarity and solidarity between people.
  3. Develop an attitude of courtesy in behavior and thinking.
  4. Apply courtesy in consulting, greeting and communicating with officials, lecturers and staff.
  5. Showing respect and respect for leaders, lecturers and staff by avoiding excessive speaking or joking in front of the lecture hall, office space so that it disturbs lecture activities and other official activities.
  6. Do not commit relationships that violate the norms of decency.
  7. Not bring into conflict between fellow students, students and lecturers, lecturers and lecturers, or lecturers with their superiors.

Article 5

Communication manners include:

  1. Student manners for the leadership, lecturers, staff, both in study programs, faculties and universities.
  2. Get to know the elements of leadership, lecturers, staff at the study program, school, or university level.
  3. Paying attention and studying the explanations received from the elements of the leadership, lecturers, staff at the study program, school, or university level.
  4. Carry out the tasks given by elements of the leadership, lecturers, staff at the study program, school, or university level.
  5. Showing attitude, speech and polite behavior.
  6. Student manners for lecturers include:
  • Get to know the lecturers in their environment.
  • Be respectful and polite to every lecturer both verbally and in deeds.
  1. Consultation meetings with lecturers are principally based on agreements prior to meetings, with special conditions:
  • Text messages or phone calls, students by clearly identifying their identity.
  • Paying attention to working hours and using good and correct Indonesian.
  • Upholding academic honesty.
  • Showing attitude, speech and polite behavior.
  1. Student manners for administrative employees include:
  • Getting to know the administrative staff in accordance with their fields and responsibilities.
  • When needing services, students need to consider time and clearly identify their identity.
  • Provide clear and concise information about the purpose of meeting administrative staff.
  • Showing attitude, speech and polite behavior.
  1. Manners between students include:
  • Be respectful and polite in relationships.
  • Help each other and not hurt each other.
  • Don’t feel yourself smarter than other students.
  • Remind each other when a friend makes a mistake.
  • Showing attitude, speech and polite behavior.

Article 6

Good manners include:

  1. Dress and look clean, neat, polite, harmonious and not excessive in accordance with the place, time and situation.
  2. On ceremonial activities or special activities or sports activities or on certain days are required to follow the provisions of clothing along with the provisions that apply.

Article 7

Organizational manners are carried out as follows:

  1. Organizations or student organizations that can be followed are those that are in accordance with Telkom University guidelines.
  2. Carry out student activities and programs in accordance with applicable regulations.
  3. Maintaining good relations between student organizations on and off campus.
  4. Occupy the secretariat of student organizations in accordance with applicable rules or regulations.

Article 8

 Manners for the environment are regulated as follows:

  1. Follow and maintain campus facilities and environment.
  2. Maintain the safety and cleanliness of the park, equipment, classroom furniture or lecture halls.
  3. Keeping campus property well-maintained and durable.
  4. The temple keeps the place of worship clean and is not used for sleeping or sleeping.
  5. Do not park the vehicle outside the applicable regulations.

CHAPTER IV

 PROHIBITION FOR STUDENTS

Article 9

Prohibitions for students are categorized based on the categories as in the following table:

NoSanction
aSmoking in the campus area of ??Telkom University
BLeave class when KBM sedans take place without permission
CDoing things that are not directly related to learning (playing mobile phones, and other gadgets) during class time
DLooks contrary to the norms of decency
EUse facilities intended for lecturers and staff
FLittering campus facilities and infrastructure
GWear sandals, strappy sandals, T-shirts, shorts, or trousers or torn jeans in certain parts
HConducting student activities between 21:00 to 06:00, without permission from the Telkom University authorities
IDating in a campus environment with attitudes that are contrary to norms of decency
JInvolved pornography and pornography (books or gadgets containing immoral images)
KIgnite firecrackers or firecrackers on the campus of Telkom University
LProved bringing into conflict between students, lecturers and students, lecturers and lecturers, lecturers and their superiors
MCarrying out student activities on behalf of Telkom University outside of campus, unless there is permission from the Telkom University authorities
NConducting activities both individually and in groups on campus without permission or knowledge from Telkom University authorities
OStaying overnight on campus, without permission from Telkom University authorities
PEntering, trying to enter, or unlawfully using buildings or other facilities owned / under the authority and supervision of Telkom University
QActs of threatening, blackmailing, or terrorizing leaders, lecturers, staff and students so that it disrupts the safety of others.
RUsing facilities and infrastructure owned or under the authority and supervision of Telkom University irresponsibly and without permission from Telkom University
SCausing or trying to cause disorder and division on the campus of Telkom University
TUnlawfully storing, possessing, using or leasing equipment, campus possessions
UInhibiting or disrupting the activities of Higher Education Tridharma University
VConducting procedural and regulatory violations related to the implementation of student activities or other activities
WConducting Multi-Level Marketing (MLM) activities that are illegal or harmful to members and other parties
XDoodling campus facilities and infrastructure
YFaking and copying academic work
ZFaking the license ill or parental statements
aaFalsifying values, stamps, signatures and recommendations from leaders, lecturers, for personal or group interests
abDoing cheating on an exam such as replacing other students when taking an exam (jockey), cheating, giving a cheat sheet and cooperating on an exam
acDoing fights inside and outside the campus environment
adMisuse of intitution’s funds
aeDoing gambling in any form, drinking, drinking in the campus environment, disturbing the peace of teaching and learning
afCarrying, storing, or using sharp weapons, firearms, objects or objects that are worthy of awareness or known to be dangerous to yourself and know of others
agCarry, store, distribute, consume, trade illegal drugs both on and off campus
ahActing violates moral norms, ethics, insults, defamation of the campus and individuals.
aiSexually abused both verbally and non-verbally
ajCommits theft of funds or destroys rooms, buildings, equipment and facilities belonging to / under the authority and supervision of Telkom University and or others
akmisuse the name of the institution and all forms of campus marks or attributes for the benefit of themselves or other people or groups

Article 10

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

  1. Minor, for acts referred to in letters a through letter g.
  2. Medium, for the acts referred to in letters h to points w.
  3. Weight, for actions referred to in items y to ak.
  4. Other violations which are not explicitly stated will begin and are grouped into one of the 3 (three) types of categories referred to in letters a, b or c referred to in this article.

CODE OF STUDENT ETHICS

ACADEMIC VIOLATIONS

Every university must have a serious offense so that it will be directly processed by the disciplinary committee. Similarly, Telkom University which has serious academic violations, namely cheating (cheating) and plagiarism. Both these serious violations can be directly submitted to the Faculty or University Disciplinary Committee by bringing evidence of violations, so that violations can be followed up to the next level.

VIOLATION OF CODE OF ETHICS

Making a student code of ethics is part of the education process. So that it is created a fixed procedure for the process and decision making for violations of ethics that apply to students in Telkom University. There are minor or serious violations in the code of ethics. Minor violations in the form of violations of … .. which were overcome by …. While serious violations are in the form of violations of … which are overcome by … . If a student commits the first minor offense, my offender will be given a written warning, if the second violation will be given a written warning and a reduction of 15 TAKs and if a third violation is given a written warning and a reduction of 50 TAKs. More than three times a violation is determined to have a moderate violation so that the relevant student is subject to a maximum suspension of 4 (four) semesters. Violations of severe categories may incur a maximum penalty of dismissal as a student. Additional sanctions can be given with the limitation of educational corridors, such as social service work, apologies posted at the designated place and the like. This additional sanction is given to students who commit violations for the second or so on which is stated as a repeat (recidive).