The role of the committee is to prevent unfair practices and to provide a mechanism to students for redressal of their grievances.
The Grievance Redressal Committee consist of following members:
Dr. Shailendra R Mehta - President & Director - Chairperson
Dr. Preeti Shroff - Dean - Member
Mrs. Anita Shah - Student Counselor - Member
Mr. Sethu Iyer - Executive Registrar - Incharge of Registry
AlI aggrieved students, their parents & others may thenceforth approach to the Grievance Redressal Committee of the Institution in the first instance; and if they are not satisfied with the decision of the committee, they may send their appeals to the "OMBUDSMAN " directly. The 'OMBUDSMAN shall exercise its powers to hem those grievances and ensure its disposal within one month of the receipt for speedy redress of grievances. On conclusion of the proceeding, the Ombudsman shall pass such order, with reasons for such order, as may be deemed fit to redress the grievance and provide such relief as may be desirable to the effected party.
Justice (Retd.) Narendrakumar Amrutlal Acharya
54, World Business House,
Near Parimal Garden Cross Roads,
Ambawadi, Ahmedabad. Pin. 380 006.
Phone No: [R] 079-26650432, [M] +91-9909429639
Student Code of conduct
It is assumed that all students will conduct themselves with maturity and responsibility. They will remain fully respectful to each other, the staff and the faculty members and the infrastructure and facilities. The following rules govern Conduct of students at MICA:
As per the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) regulations governing Prevention and Prohibition of Ragging in Technical Institutions, and as per the directive of the Supreme Court of India in this regard, MICA views ragging as a very serious offence and has a strict policy governing the same. To this effect, MICA has in place an Anti-Ragging Squad (comprising of Prof.Falguni V O, Prof.Pravin Mishra, Prof. Harmony S and Prof. Santosh P) that shall address all concerns and complaints relating to ragging and any such act which constitute ragging as per the AICTE Act in this regard. These include among others, any conduct by any student or students which has the effect of teasing, treating or handling with rudeness, which causes or is likely to cause annoyance, 19 hardship, physical or psychological harm or to raise fear or apprehension thereof, which has the effect of causing or generating a sense of shame, or torment or embarrassment so as to adversely affect the physique or psyche of such fresher or any other student. Strict action will be taken against those found guilty of indulging and abetting ragging.
GENDER EQUALITY AND ANTI SEXUAL HARASSMENT (GEASH) POLICY
MICA is committed to providing a place of work and study, free of sexual harassment, intimidation or exploitation. It is expected that all students, faculty, staff, and officials will treat one another and visitors to MICA with respect. Anyone violating this policy is subject to disciplinary action. Reports of sexual harassment are taken seriously and will be dealt with promptly. The specific action taken in any particular case depends upon the nature and gravity of the conduct reported and investigated. MICA recognizes that confidentiality is important and will respect the confidentiality and privacy of individuals reporting or accused of sexual harassment to the extent reasonably possible. Reprisals against an individual who in good faith reports, or provides information in an investigation, about behavior that may violate this policy, are against the law of the land as well as the guidelines of this policy. However, disciplinary action may be taken against those that intentionally provide false information. Towards this, MICA has constituted a Gender equality and anti-sexual harassment (GEASH) Committee (which comprises of Prof.Harmony S, Prof.Manisha S, Prof.Siddharth D and Dr. Lavji Z ) as per the guidelines of AICTE which addresses all such cases that constitute sexual harassment as per the guidelines drawn by the Supreme Court of India. A comprehensive manual relating to all terms and conditions that govern Gender equality and anti-sexual harassment (GEASH) is available for reference in the CMS.
CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOL / DRUGS AND SMOKING ON CAMPUS
Gujarat is a dry State. The State law prohibits consumption of alcohol. Drinking, possession or distribution of alcohol or illegal drugs on the Institute premises and elsewhere is strictly forbidden. Anyone found in inebriated condition or in possession of Alcohol / Drugs will be liable to face disciplinary action and imposition of penalty as appropriate and decided by the Committee. Comprising of Prof Anita Basalingappa, Prof Rasananda Panda, and Prof Rajneesh Krishna.
MICA campus is NO SMOKING zone. Chhota canteen is the only ‘smoking zone’ on the campus. MICA ensures to be an eco-friendly Institution and it discourages pollution of any form.
GENERAL CODE OF CONDUCT AND BEHAVIOUR
Abuse, vandalism, theft of Institute property, or unauthorized entry/use of Institute facilities may constitute grounds for immediate dismissal.
Students who knowingly obstruct or disrupt Institute activities may be subject to disciplinary action; disorderly conduct shall include acts which violate the rights of others, which tend to break the peace, or which are deemed lewd, indecent, or obscene.
All forms of dishonesty, including cheating, knowingly furnishing false information to the Institute, forgery, alteration or fraudulent use of Institute documents or instruments, identification with intent to defraud, and plagiarism, will be dealt severely. Assault to any student or person on-Campus/Off-Campus during the term of the programme will be dealt severely.
Students are expected to behave in an ethical and moral manner during their stay at MICA and not engage in any corrupt practices. Failure to observe this could result in dismissal.
The student Code of Conduct is administered through the office of the Executive Registrar. Violation of the Code of Conduct calls for suspension/dismissal from the programme.
Terms and Conditions for Online Payments
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This form is an integral part of MICA online payment process. Please provide correct information. This terms and conditions for online payment transactions applicable to MICA’s Admission application form fees , CCC Programme fees, PGDM-C programme fees , MDP Programme fees, Online programme fees, Conference/Workshop (Domestic and International) fee etc.
In all matters regarding online payment process, the decision of the Management will be final and binding all Participants. All disputes in this regard are subject to the legal jurisdiction of Ahmedabad.
The following is a summary of the key terms of this service:
Debit/Credit Card, Bank Account Details
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Disclaimer and Limitation of liability
MICA does not accept liability for any damage, loss, cost (including legal costs), expenses, indirect losses or consequential damage of any kind which may be suffered or incurred by the User from the use of this service.
All payment details which are entered through this payment gateway are encrypted when the Applicant/Student, or third party making payment, enters them. MICA shall not be liable for any failure by the Applicant/Student or third party making payment of Fees to properly protect data from being seen on their screen by other persons or otherwise obtained by such other persons, during the Online Payment process or in respect of any omission to provide accurate information in the Course of the Online Payment Process.
Information Collection and Use
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System Information Including IP Addresses
Information that is not personal in nature, i.e., IP addresses, web browser and operating system details, browsing habits, demographical and geographic data and other similar information may be logged and used to analyze and extrapolate information about general user behaviour within the MICA website. Such extrapolations and statistics may be made public; however, they cannot be tracked to individual users. IP addresses are not linked to anything that can help identify the user. Neither are IP addresses, except in rare occasions, handed out third parties.
This website uses “cookies” to track usage and manage services on the website. Cookies are small bits of data that may be transferred to the user’s hard drive when he logs in or accesses a particular part of the website. These are used for a variety of purposes including authentication and can be blocked by reconfiguring the appropriate settings in your web browser. Doing so may, however, restrict access to certain parts of the website. Cookies can also be removed from the user’s hard drive whenever he wishes through his browser options. Information collected through cookies cannot be traced back to the user as it contains no personally identifiable data like name, address or phone number.
The MICA website uses online forms where you may be asked to provide certain personal information. This is necessary to access certain services in the website (e.g. Online registrations & Payments) or to take part in surveys. By filling out and submitting the form you are understood to have consented to MICA storing and using the information for the purposes for which it has been provided.
At MICA, we take every possible precaution to ensure that your data is safe and secure. Unfortunately, we have no control over the transmission medium and digital transmission over the internet can rarely be completely secure. Thus, we cannot ensure the safety of the information transferred to us, and you need to do so at your own risk. Once we receive the data, we will strive to keep it secure using the latest technology, constant upgrades to our digital security infrastructure and restricted access. All information you provide as will be stored in MICA secured servers. However, we make no guarantees about the security of the data in case of unforeseen circumstances.