Code of Ethics
In furtherance of maintaining and promoting the IIBS’s reputation for excellence and integrity, the management has promulgated this Code of Ethical Conduct, which sets forth the general principles to which we subscribe and to which we expect every member of the College - every part-time and full-time employee, faculty member, officer, trustee, overseer, and advisory board member - to adhere. These principles have been derived from Government rules and regulations, University policies and procedures, College rules, contractual and grant obligations, and generally accepted principles of ethical conduct.
Every member of the College is expected to become familiar with the laws, regulations, and University/College rules which are applicable to his or her position and duties, and to comply with both their letter and spirit. The College will implement programs to further members' awareness and to monitor and promote compliance.
COMPLIANCE WITH ALL CONTRACTUAL AND GRANT TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Every member of the College is expected to maintain access to and to comply strictly with the terms and conditions of the College. All questions or concerns about whether a particular term or condition violates the law should be referred promptly to the reporting officer.
SUPPORT OF THE COLLEGE'S GOALS AND AVOIDANCE OF CONFLICTS OF INTEREST
IIBS is promoted by Smt. B. Devi Educational and Charitable Trust, Bangalore is a trust registered under Companies Act …. And the institution is dedicated to teaching and research. Every member of the College is expected to faithfully carry out his or her professional duties in furtherance of the Colleges’ vision and mission. Every member has a duty to avoid conflicts between his or her personal interests and official responsibilities and to comply with University and College codes and guidelines for reporting and reviewing actual and potential conflicts of interest and conflicts of commitment. Additionally, a member may not utilize his or her position with the College for his or her personal benefit. Members are also expected to consider and avoid, not only an actual conflict but also, the appearance of a conflict of interest.
MAINTENANCE OF THE HIGHEST STANDARDS OF ACADEMIC INTEGRITY
Every member of the College involved in teaching and research activities is expected to conform to the highest standards of honesty and integrity. Activities such as plagiarism, misrepresentation, and falsification of data are expressly prohibited. All research at the College must be conducted in strict conformity with the applicable University policies, procedures, and approvals and the requirements of all governmental and private research sponsors.
RESPECT FOR THE RIGHTS AND DIGNITY OF OTHERS
IIBS is committed to a policy of equal treatment, opportunity, and respect in its relations with its faculty, administrators, staff, students, and others who come into contact with the College. Every member of the College is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender and/or gender identity or expression, marital or parental status, national origin, citizenship status, veteran or military status, age, disability, and any other legally protected status; physically assaulting, emotionally abusing, or harassing anyone; and depriving anyone of rights in his or her physical or intellectual property, under College policy, or Government , and local laws.
MAINTENANCE AND PRESERVATION OF ACCURATE RECORDS
Members of the College are expected to create and maintain records and documentation which fully conform to all applicable laws and professional, and ethical standards. Every member of the College who is involved, directly or indirectly, in the preparation or submission of documents to any governmental or private organization is expected to use his or her best efforts to ensure the details checked and are correct and supported by appropriate documentation.
CONDUCTING BUSINESS PRACTICES WITH HONESTY AND INTEGRITY
Every member of the College is expected to conduct all activities of college with honesty and integrity. This duty includes, but is not limited to: adherence to the Government rules, University rules, AICTE rules, MHRD rules, UGC rules and College rules in dealing with students, staff and others; adherence to all laws and protecting and preserving College property and assets--including proprietary intellectual property, buildings, equipment, books, supplies, and funds.
CONCERN FOR HEALTH AND SAFETY; RESPECTING THE ENVIRONMENT
Every member of the College is expected, in the performance of his or her duties, to comply with all laws and regulations which govern occupational and safety to make every reasonable effort to ensure that students, faculty, employees, and visitors are protected from undue health risks and unsafe conditions.
REPORTING SUSPECTED VIOLATIONS OF THE CODE; ENFORCEMENT OF THE CODE
This Code of Conduct has been created and exists for the benefit of the entire College and all of its members. It exists in addition to and is not intended to limit the specific policies, procedures, and rules enacted by the College and each of its Departments.
We are dedicated to meeting the needs of the communities we serve.
- Support the mission and vision of the College.
- Focus on student and stakeholder needs.
- Respond to the changing needs of the society in a timely manner.
- Create new programs and services to meet identified needs.
- Continuously evaluate and improve programs, services, systems, and policies.
- Utilize a shared decision-making process.
We recognize the expertise of all members of the College community and encourage individual contribution.
- Include stakeholders in the decisions that affect them.
- Treat people with dignity and encourage feelings of self-worth.
- Promote trust through professional courtesy and fair treatment.
- Recognize and support employee and student contributions.
We strive to develop and pursue higher standards.
- Exhibit quality in staffing, facilities, programs, and services.
- Promote continuous improvement.
- Anticipate needs and respond accordingly.
- Encourage creativity, innovation, and risk-taking.
- Utilize systems that promote student and employee success.
- Exceed student and stakeholder expectations.
- Encourage decision-making at the level of implementation.
- Encourage interdepartmental collaboration.
We assume and demonstrate responsibility for our actions.
- Take responsibility for personal and professional growth and development.
- Continuously evaluate and improve our systems and policies.
- Establish and communicate clearly defined and articulated goals and objectives.
- Ensure our work adds value to the College.
- Demonstrate fiscal and social responsibility.
We will provide “best in class” management education to maintain a pipeline of “ industry ready” and “employable” management professionals.
We will strive to meet and surpass the expectations of all stakeholders, be it, students, employers or faculty and staff by using state of the art technology, modern pedagogy and methodology and transparent best practices to be a preferred choice for each one of them
We will do this by providing thought leadership in management education, an open and performance driven culture driven by objectivity, and by building capacity and competencies through institutionalization of systems, procedures and processes, so as to foster a learning and innovative environment