International Connect


In alignment with Symbiosis International University’s motto of “Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam”- World is a family, SCMHRD is driven by the spirit of providing global exposure to the aspiring managers of future.

The objectives of SCMHRD’s process of Internationalization are-

  1. To enable the students and the faculty members gain global exposure through various exchange programs.
  2. To develop research-based collaborations across various institutes in the World.
  3. To develop academic collaborations through partnerships and scholar-in-residence program.

Student Exchange Programme

In the rapidly globalising world student’s exposure to international learning is enhanced at SCMHRD through provisions of ample opportunities like Summer Schools, Winter schools and Semester Exchange Programs. Universities like Leeds Beckett (UK), Berlin School of Economics and Law (BSEL) (Germany), Telecom de Ecole (TEM) (Paris), Dauphine University (Paris), Munich University, ESC Rennes (Paris), University of Bremen (Germany) and many more.

Additionally, faculty members at SCMHRD are also encouraged to take teaching opportunities at different universities world over like Telecom de Ecole (School of Mines), Nottingham Trent University (Nottingham), Deakin University (Australia), Berlin School of Economics and Law (Germany), University of Cologne (Germany), Montpellier

SCMHRD also boasts of providing in class international exposure to its students in terms of having faculty members from University of Michigan, Leeds Beckett University, conduct sessions on the SCMHRD campus for the students from various specializations. Some of the eminent faculty members include

  1. Prof DamodarGolhar, Haworth College of Business, Western Michigan University,USA
  2. Prof. Suneel Kunameneni, Leeds Beckett University
  3. Prof. Markus Loecher, BSEL
  4. Prof Rameshwar Dubey, Montpellier
  5. Prof. Rajaram Govindrajan, Esade Business School
  6. Prof.Priya Raghubir, Stern School of Business, New York
  7. Prof.Yogesh Dwiwedi, Swansea University, UK
  8. Prof.Nezi Altey

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  • SCMHRD is one of the most active B-Schools when it comes to CSR activities. There is a conscious effort to encourage the students to take responsibility and initiatives in the social sector and for the betterment of the society. SHAPATH and Prayatna are two such initiatives that aim at improving the lives of hundreds of people in and around Pune.

S.H.A.P.A.T.H has grown in leaps and bounds since its beginning. It is now functioning as one of the core committee’s of SCMHRD and the corporate social responsibility cell of the college.

  • Major activities conducted on an annual basis are the band drive and CSR conclave. Band drive is held in two phases. The first phase is held in the 1st semester of the academic year. This is conducted in Pune city and witnesses energetic participation from the junior batch of SCMHRD every year. Band drive is an event where the participants sell bands on the streets of Pune, raising funds and creating mass awareness amongst the common public. The second phase is held in Mumbai in month of January .The funds raised are deployed in rehabilitation and educational efforts for the victims of human trafficking , who have been rescued. S.H.A.P.A.T.H. has partnership with NGO’s in Hadapsar, Saheli and Mundhwa as well as the Hope for Glory Foundation(H.O.G.F).This year witnessed the beginning of a social entrepreneurship effort named Project Jeevika, which is aimed at creating sustainable living solution for the victims of human trafficking, by training them and setting up a papad factory at the government owned Hadapsar rescue foundation.CSR conclave was held in January 2014 which was platform to get various stakeholders of the society who play critical role in tackling the evil of human trafficking, to interact and come up with innovative ideas and initiatives.CSR conclave witnessed encouraging support from the corporates, social workers,faculty, students and social workers. Kids from H.O.G.F gave a commendable performance and left the audience enthralled.


  • Prayatna, An Initiative for Social Change, is a registered non-profit Non-Government Organization run by students from three colleges: Symbiosis Institute of International Business (SIIB), Symbiosis Centre for Information Technology (SCIT) and Symbiosis Centre for Management and Human Resource Development (SCMHRD) at the Symbiosis InfoTech Campus (SIC), Hinjewadi, Pune
Social Initiative Praytna

Its aim is to:

  • To help in the education of children from poor sections of the society.
  • To give them guidance and inculcate moral values in them.
  • To help in their overall personality development.
  • To make the society especially the parents aware of the importance of education.
  • To make the parents a responsible stakeholder in their child's growth.

It is with passion and commitment that the volunteers of our various activities involve themselves and contribute for the good cause of the committee. Each of our activities and events encourage everyone to come forward, stand for the right thing and do your bit in giving back to the society. Together we can conquer any evil, together we move forward for a better future!

International Student

Globalization is one of the most transformative forces of our times and it has not left any aspect of our lives untouched. Higher education too hasn’t been left untouched. The process of providing international exposure in the Post graduate program in rooted in the DNA of SCMHRD. As a constituent of Symbiosis International (Deemed University), which fosters international understanding through quality education, SCMHRD does stand up to the vision of SIU .

At SCMHRD various opportunities are offered to students to gain international exposure. There are summer school s offered by Maastricht University, Munich University, Hanyang University, Bremen University, Telecom Ecole de Management etc. In addition to this there are opportunities provided to pursue dual degree and semester exchange in semester 1 and semester 4 respectively. The dual degree tie up is with Universities like Berlin School of Economics and Law, Telecom Ecole de Management and Deakin University. The semester exchange tie up is with ESC Rennes, Deakin University and RMIT Australia to name a few. SCMHRD seeks to increase tie-ups with other universities and endeavors to provide semester exchange opportunities to students across all semesters.

SCMHRD believes in the holistic process of internationalization which means that just as students get opportunities to travel abroad the faculty members too can avail themselves of the various opportunities presented to them. Similarly research scholars from reputed universities globally come for guest sessions at SCMHRD. To name a few Prof. Nezi Altey (Scholar from De Paul University Chicago), Scholar-in –residence George Wyeth (USA), Prof.Elizabeth Rose, Prof.Ram Mudambi (Temple University USA) have all been a part of SCMHRD’s pedagogical process.

So also Professors from SCMHRD have been invited to conduct sessions at Universities like Berlin School of Economics and Law, Cologne University , Telecom de Ecole etc.

International Faculty Insights

Name Designation Topic Discussed
Prof. (Dr.) Sylvaine Castellano Professor of Strategy, Dean of Research, EM Normandie Business School, Consilience in Business Practices by highlighting the condition of Italy and its coping strategies.
Dr. Suresh Renukappa Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Science and Engineering, University of Wolverhampton Business resilience during the Covid-19 crisis using various case studies.
Prof. Brett Trusko Editor-In-Chief, The International Journal of Innovation Science 1. History and future of innovation standards and the significance of ISO certification.
2. Innovation Management
Prof. Cecilia M. Villas Boas De Almeida Professor, Graduate Program in Production Engineering of UNIP Paulista University, Tips on submissions to top rated peer reviewed journals
Prof. Anthony Shun Fung Professor and Research Fellow, Graduate Program Coordinator,Don Antonio Cojuangco Professorial Chairholder, Industrial & Systems
Engineering Department, Gokongwei,
Relevance of research papers in drafting policy.
Dr. Sanjay Singh Professor , School of Business Maynooth University, Ireland, Fostering right ecosystem for enhancing research acumen
Prof. Samir Chatterjee Emeritus Professor, Faculty of Business and Law, Curtin University, Journal of Asia Business Studies, globalization and the world economic shift towards Asia due to India and China
Prof Wim Vandekerckhove Professor of Business Ethics, Greenwich University, Moral Imagination and Business Ethics.
Dr Rameshwar Dubey Reader-Operations Management at Liverpool Business School, Liverpool John Moores University, 1. Importance of culture for being agile and resilient and how organizational flexibility, collaboration, and leadership are crucial factors in a theoretical framework.
2. Role of Big Data Analytics in shaping supply chains: Learning from COVID-19
Prof. Georges Enderle Professor of International Business Ethics at the Mendoza College of Business, University of Notre Dame, Indiana, Wealth creation and the importance of human rights and corporate responsibility in every organization and the moral challenges faced by the organizations.
Dr. Harsh Kumar Jha Lecturer (Assistant Professor) at the Newcastle University Business School Enhancing qualitative research in social sciences
Dr. Suneel Kunamaneni Senior Lecturer in Innovation Management, LEEDS Business School. Entrepreneurship in a challenging global economy
Dr. Sanjit Roy Associate Professor, The University of Western Australia. Role of artificial intelligence in services
Dr. Bhumika Gupta  Associate Professor, Institut Mines-Telecom Business School, Evry, France. Managing Changes in Behaviour, Thinking, and Experiences of People during a Global Crisis '. 
Dr. Vic Matta Associate Professor, Analytics & Information Systems, College of Business, Ohio University. Strategic Use of Analytics
Dr Akhilesh Bajaj Professor of CIS Chapman Endowed Chair of CIS, The University of Tulsa, United States Corporate Social Responsibility: A Framework
Dr. Vidyasagar Potdar Associate Professor with School of Management, Curtin University. BlockChain and Data Analytics for Agriculture Supply Chains
Dr.Justin Paul Professor in Business Administration at University of Puerto Rico, USA COVID-19:Challenges & opportunities for businesses
Dr.Garima Sharma Assistant Professor,Director of the BIS in Social Entrepreneurship Program Andrew Young School of Policy studies, Georgia State University, Georgia, USA The future of research-practice gap post pandemic? Will it narrow or will it widen further?

A Transformative Journey: My Summer Exchange at the University of Liverpool

My summer story unfolds, revealing a tapestry of experiences that have forever changed me. I knew my summer exchange experience would be something special the moment I stepped onto the vibrant campus of the University of Liverpool. I had no idea that the next three weeks would be a blur of enriching academics, breathtaking adventures, and meaningful connections with students from all over the world.

The University of Liverpool's dedication to creating a welcoming and supportive environment was clear from the start. Student coordinators greeted us with warm smiles, making us feel at ease in unfamiliar surroundings. This instant connection paved the way for long-lasting friendships, not only among my fellow exchange participants, but also among the local students who were eager to share their culture and experiences.

The academic courses for exchange students were carefully curated to go beyond textbooks, fostering an environment of active engagement and experiential learning. The courses—Group Psychology, Business Strategy, and Contemporary Leadership—brought learning to life through hands-on activities and real-world applications, demonstrating the university's commitment to our holistic development.

Group Psychology deciphered the complexities of human behaviour through interactive self-assessments and cross-cultural discussions. The classroom became a global microcosm, with students representing South Korea, the Netherlands, China, Australia, the United States, and other countries. What truly distinguished it was the innovative teaching approach, in which active participation was not only encouraged, but was essential to the learning process. I delved into my own behaviours through genuine self-assessments, while engaging discussions with classmates from various backgrounds provided new perspectives on group dynamics. This hands-on learning style was evident in courses such as Strategy and Leadership.

We weren't just studying theories from textbooks in the Business Strategy course; we were tasked with developing long-term strategies for hypothetical home businesses. This practical application of knowledge required us to think critically, strategize effectively, and collaborate effectively across our diverse teams. Meanwhile, the Leadership course took us on an introspective journey, allowing us to discover our individual leadership styles through interactive exercises. These experiences went beyond traditional classroom learning, leaving us with skills that go far beyond the classroom.

The University of Liverpool continued to provide us with unforgettable experiences outside of the classroom. Trips to the Lake District and the Castle of Wales were both breathtaking and educational. The breathtaking landscapes of the Lake District left us speechless, while the historical magnificence of the Castle of Wales transported us back in time. These trips not only showcased the picturesque wonders of the United Kingdom, but also encouraged participant bonding as we marvelled at the sights together.

What truly distinguished the University of Liverpool's exchange programme was its adaptability. We had plenty of time to explore the UK beyond its borders thanks to the university's thoughtful scheduling. The lectures were meticulously planned to give us opportunities to embark on our own journeys. Personally, I visited over ten cities in three countries, soaking in the bustling streets of London, delving into the rich history of Edinburgh, and savouring the tranquil landscapes of Chester. Each city left an indelible imprint on my summer, painting it with a palette of diverse cultures and experiences.

However, it was the bonds formed with fellow students that truly distinguished this exchange programme. Constant interaction with peers from all over the world broadened my worldview and deepened my appreciation for various cultures. Befriending people from different backgrounds exposed me to new perspectives and broadened my understanding of global issues and perspectives.

In retrospect, my time at the University of Liverpool was life-changing. Academic rigour, combined with engaging teaching methods and real-world applications, provided me with invaluable skills and insights that I will take with me throughout my academic and professional journey. Furthermore, the friendships formed and memories made will always have a special place in my heart.

As I reflect on my summer exchange, I am grateful to the University of Liverpool for organising such a memorable experience. My only hope is that future exchange programme participants will find my detailed write-up, which captures every aspect of this journey, useful in making their decision. Just as I was fortunate to embark on this adventure, I am confident that the University of Liverpool's exceptional summer exchange programme will broaden and enrich the lives of others.

Navnidhi Nagar

Sales and Marketing,

MBA 2022-24

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CFA University Affiliation

CFA Affiliation :

SCMHRD is the First institute in India to get CFA university Affiliation for its finance curriculum. Institute's curriculum is aligned with the CFA institute and as per investment industry requirements. SCMHRD students get access to CFA students scholarship, ACCESS scholarship, Women Scholarship in each academic year to pursue CFA program and excel in their career.

CMT Association Academic Partner

CMT Affiliation :

SCMHRD is the second institute in India to get CMT Association University partner status for its finance curriculum. Institute's curriculum is aligned with the CMT certification and as per investment industry requirements. SCMHRD students get access to scholarships in each academic year to pursue the CMT program and excel in their career through hands-on learning on technical analysis.

Internationalization at SCMHRD

The process of internationalization is rooted in the DNA of Symbiosis International University (SIU). At SCMHRD (a constituent of SIU), the process of internationalization has received due weightage.

SCMHRD encourages International student and faculty exchange programs along with collaborative faculty research with International Universities. In its endeavour to make a mark in the International institutes, SCMHRD has got itself AACSB accredited. AACSB (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International), is a voluntary, non-governmental accrediting agency that oversees the standardization of collegiate schools of business and accounting nationwide. SCMHRD hopes to achieve a full circle in terms of internationalization by getting AACSB accredited.

The students at SCMHRD are exposed to the internationalization process through various summer programs, semester exchange programs and by participating in the workshops and sessions conducted by eminent International faculty members from reputed B-schools like The Liverpool Business School, Telecom-De-Ecole, Berlin School of Economics and Law, Leeds Beckett University, University of Wolverhampton and many more. Additionally, SCMHRD was the chosen destination by Asia Foundation to host 27 students from Afghanistan. 

The faculty at SCMHRD foster global outlook by participating as visiting faculty and research scholars at various International Business schools like Telecom-De-Ecole, Nottingham Trent University, Deakin University to name a few. Amidst the pandemic too SCMHRD faculty has been successful in collaborating with Valais-Wallis University of Applied Sciences & Arts Western Switzerland to conduct experiential learning sessions on Leading Multicultural Project teams with students from both the institutes. While this was a teaching learning collaboration, there has been collaborations on the research front too which have materialized in securing International partner for the Annual Research conference hosted by SCMHRD. 

In future SCMHRD hopes to scale new heights and join the leagues of established schools by participating the FT Ranking. 


Business sustainability

  • Business sustainability has become important since organizations recognize the need to coevolve while balancing the interests of the environment, society and economic success. Seamless business boundaries and the growing presence of the trans-nationals in developing nations particularly India, have also highlighted the hitherto ‘western’ concept of sustainability percolate into the boardrooms and the way that companies are thinking of business today.

  • Stakeholders like consumer forums, activists, informed customers and shareholders are demanding that businesses adopt a symbiotic approach (sustainability) rather than a predatorial approach across various functions such as product development, marketing, operations, finance and etc.

  • Stakeholders like consumer forums, activists, informed customers and shareholders are demanding that businesses adopt a symbiotic approach (sustainability) rather than a predatorial approach across various functions such as product development, marketing, operations, finance and etc.

  • At SCMHRD, there is a special emphasis on Corporate Sustainability as a result of which students are expected to study different aspects, perspectives and the business implications of sustainability for a given scenario. Starting with An Introduction to Sustainability in the first semester, students are familiarised with the concepts, terminology and the elements that comprise a sustainable business. It is expected that the efforts will sensitize the participants and encourage an alternate way of thinking such that they are better equipped to take on their roles as informed business leaders, entrepreneurs and change agents going forward.

Exchange Programme



MBA students at SCMHRD are provided with a number of opportunities at the Institute for developing a holistic vision. One such opportunity is through the Institute’s Student Exchange Programme. The strong and self-sustaining exchange programme has been designed to help the Institute serve its purpose better and enhance academic standards. Student Exchange Programmes have been established with leading schools in Europe.

An international exchange programme facilitates flow of ideas between academic institutions. Joint activities provide each school with better understanding of the methods and programmes of the partnering school and enhance knowledge and skills of students and faculty members alike. Students participating in the programme seek to broaden their academic and cultural experiences. The experience contributes immensely to building of management perspective and poise. Visiting students add to the diversity of knowledge & culture at the Institute, and enhance the effectiveness of its pedagogy.

SCMHRD has been seeking to establish an increasing number of exchange programmes with institutions having excellent academic standards.

Currently we have two exchange programs with Berlin School of Economics and Law and Telecom ecol de Management.

Berlin School of Economics and Law (BSEL) is one of the seven public universities of Applied Sciences in Berlin. I am enrolled as a dual degree student in a course Master in Arts(M.A.) in International Business and Consulting: Human Resource Management. The course runs in English. My class in an eclectic mix of students from various parts of eastern Europe, western Europe and Asia. The university conducts various corporate interactions and companies like PWC conduct career counseling sessions. The experience I stand to gain through interaction with students from diverse background, practical learning, and corporate exposure will definitely play a part in enriching my perspective and possibilities in the globalized world. I am grateful to be part of SCMHRD, Pune

- Tushar Bhatnagar (SCMHRD MBA – 2015-17) | International Exchange student at BSEL

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Symbiosis Infotech Campus(SIC)

  • This Campus is the center of student life and most of the learning takes place here. There are eminent IT companies in the Rajiv Gandhi InfoTech Park surrounding the Campus. Well laid-out amenities like cafeteria, auditorium, swimming pool and a mini amphi-theatre are central to the life on campus. A Health Care Center is right on the campus. For day-to-day requirements, the campus General store, Juice bar, Xerox shop, Cafeteria, Coffee shop, Laundry service, Beauty parlour and SBI ATM counter are a great convenience. All the three Institutes (SIIB, SCIT and SCMHRD) share the same campus, which provides an excellent opportunity to interact with students from other streams. In addition, D hostel has come up about ½ km away to cater for increased intake of students. The entire campus is a "No Smoking”, "Pollution-Free" and “Vehicle free (for students)” zone. Students are advised to take care of the campus and maintain it well.

General Rules

  • SIC is a place of learning. Please honour it by following the Campus Rules and Code of Conduct. As a student of this Campus, we expect you to behave like a professionals from the very first day. Any changes / additions in Rules will be informed to you from time to time.

Student Identity Card

  • Each student is required to wear his / her identity card, around the neck, at all the time while moving in the campus. Possession of I-card is also mandatory while leaving & entering the campus each time and while travelling by the SIC Bus. Security has been instructed to report violations to the Chief Administrator.

Health Care

  • The Health Care Center run by Symbiosis Center of Health Care, is located on the campus and provides immediate medical attention and can arrange for expert attention and consultants if required.
  • One medical officer (doctor) is available on the campus for 24 hours. In case of emergencies the doctor and/or the hostel warden can extend assistance and make hospitalization arrangements.
  • Every student is insured under the Mediclaim Road Traffic Accident Policy. Under this policy, in the event of hospitalization, students need to contact SCHC (SIC) for guidance (Hospitalization and Domiciliary Hospital Benefit Policy of National Insurance Company). However the students are advised that the hospitalization is covered for certain types of rooms and services, taking into account the requisite care and comfort. The students desiring services beyond the coverage will be required to pay the related bills. A minimum 24-hour hospitalization is mandatory to claim insurance benefits.
  • Contact Symbiosis Center of Health Care for the details regarding the benefits of the policy.

Campus Facilities

  • Cafeteria
  • Juice Bar
  • Rangoli General Store
  • Photo Copying
  • Beauty Parlour for Ladies. This is located in the B Hostel.

Giving / taking items from the Cafeteria / Juice bar/General stores etc. on CREDIT is strictly forbidden. SIC / Institute will not take any responsibility for violation of this code.


  • Facilities like Swimming, Basket Ball, Volleyball, Football, Cricket, Table Tennisare provided in the campus. In addition Chess and Carom are also provided.


  • Bus service is available between Hinjewadi and Atur Centre, Model Colony as per schedules announced from time to time. Students will be allowed to board the bus only on display of I card around their necks. They will not occupy the front two rows of the bus which are meant for the staff. They are requested to offer seats to staff if necessary.

Private Vehicles

  • No private vehicles of any students are permitted in SIC Campus.

SIC Hostel Rules

  • There are separate Hostel blocks for Boys and Girls. For Boys there are three Hostel blocks, one each at Main campus, Symbiosis Hall of Residence (D’ Hostel & I2IT Hostel (‘E’ Hostel). SCMHRD reserves the right to allot the rooms to the students in any of the blocks during the two-year period.
  • Symbiosis Infotech Campus (SIC) will allot the rooms to the institutes who in turn will allot specific rooms to the students by name. Students should occupy the allotted rooms and the bed. Exchange of rooms and/or bed once allotted will not be permitted.
  • Cupboards, lofts, cots, racks and tables are to be maintained without staining or even scratches. Clothes are to be folded properly and arranged neatly inside the cupboard.
  • Materials like plastic bucket, dustbins, mugs, etc. are to be maintained absolutely clean at all times. Mattresses and pillows and their covers are to be kept clean and tear free.
  • Fixtures like cloth hanging rods, pegs, glass, soap stand, mirror, washbasin, book rack, mirror/ window panes, mosquito nets, fans, light points, switch boards, top of flush system etc. are to be kept in clean and presentable conditions.
  • Every student will be given one set of keys consisting of one key for the room and other related keys to various furniture pieces.
  • If any key is lost, the cost of replacement shall be recovered from the student.
  • Iron, toaster, oven, water heater, tea/coffee maker or other high voltage electric appliances are not permitted in the hostel rooms. In case of violation, the appliance will be confiscated and fine will be levied.
  • The students are advised to conserve water and energy. Avoid any wastage of water, electricity etc. at all times. Switch off lights, fans etc. when not required. Close the taps properly when not in use.
  • Walls, doors and windows are to be kept clean. Nailing or pasting posters on these is not allowed.
  • Every room must be kept clean at all times. The toilets are to be kept sparkling clean. Proper detergents, liquids, disinfectants are to be used for cleaning. These are to be purchased by the students and the cost to be shared by the three occupants.
  • Hostel terrace is placed out of bounds.
  • Periodically there shall be an inspection for cleanliness and hygiene. Interior of cupboards, toilets, bathrooms, windows, doors, floor etc. are to be kept immaculately clean for inspection. Surprise hostel inspection also will be carried out at any time without giving any notice.
  • Recreation facilities are to close at 10.30 pm.
  • Complete silence must be observed between 12:00 midnight to 6:00 am.
  • Any kind of celebrations & loud music shall not be allowed during this time.
  • Visitors are not allowed inside the hostel. Students can meet visitors only on Sundays and on the ground floor. Students are advised to meet visitors during free time.
  • Only the students and authorized staff/faculty are allowed to enter the hostels. News-Paper vendors, dhobis, milkman, computer mechanics etc. are not allowed to enter the hostels. Clothes for washing, newspapers etc. are to be given/ collected from the collection /delivery point only near the entrance lounge of the hostel.
  • Waste paper, litter, wrappers, dust etc. collected from rooms are to be deposited by room occupants in the bigger waste bins kept on each floor. Similarly sanitary napkins/ tissue rolls/ toilet paper and like are to be wrapped in polythene/paper bags and deposited. Insoluble materials are not to be thrown into water outlets or commodes as this may result in the blockage in the sewage pipes.
  • Everyone is expected to wear decent and clean dress while in hostels and mess. They must be in formal / regular as per dress code outside the hostel.
  • Entry to campus is allowed up to 11.00 PM (11.30 PM on Sunday/Holiday) after which the gates will be closed. The gates will reopen at 6.00 AM next day. Late comers will have to make entry at the gate, which will be intimated to the student’s institute, parent and local guardian. Three late comer entries will lead to cancellation of permission to stay in the hostel and the same shall be informed to the parents and local guardians. Permission for late entry/night out will be sought by the students in writing from the Director and copy handed over to the warden/security before leaving the campus. Similarly no student shall leave the hostel premises after 10.30 PM except in case of medical emergency in which case, the warden will accord necessary permission.
  • Attendance will be taken by the warden between 10.00PM to 11.00 PM every night (Upto11.30PM on Sunday/holiday). Every student must sign the attendance register every day between 10.00 pm to 11.00 pm (11.30 pm on Sunday/Holiday). After marking the attendance, the student is not allowed to go out of the hostel. Going out of the hostel will lead to disciplinary action.
  • Students will take prior permission of the Campus Administrator for celebrating any festival or birthday. Birthdays will be celebrated at the designated place preferably between 8.00 to 10 pm. There should not be any kind of physical discomfort or disturbance to other students. Outside guests or interference of any kind is not allowed.
  • Alcoholic drinks, psycho-somatic drugs and /or smoking are strictly prohibited. No one is allowed to enter the campus after consumption of alcoholic drinks, drugs etc. If found in possession of drugs, liquor, spirit, cigarettes, beedies, paan and gutka, the student will be suspended from the institute immediately. If repeated, the student will be rusticated.
  • Food items from mess and cafeteria, tea or coffee, snacks cannot be carried into the rooms. Fruits, nuts, sprouts, biscuits and pre-packed bakery and confectionery can be kept in the hostel rooms.
  • Loitering around is not allowed in the academic / administrative area. During free time one is expected to be in the library.
  • No vehicles are permitted to be parked inside the campus.
  • Students are not to waste food and must maintain discipline during meals. Students should avoid shouting, loud laughing/discussions in the mess. They must be in neat and decent dress in the mess.
  • Bathroom slippers are not allowed in Academic Block and in the Mess.
  • Students have to dine in the mess only and they are not allowed to carry mess food/food items out of the dining hall except on medical advice issued by Resident medical officer in written.
  • If the students are going out and not dining in the mess, prior intimation to the mess at least one day in advance should be given in order to avoid wastage of food.
  • Extra payment as per rules is to be made if guests/parents are to be provided with meals in the mess.
  • Students should be courteous to the mess staff.
  • Students may write complaints / suggestions if any regarding the mess service in the register kept at the counter.
  • No food items, snacks, tea, coffee are to be carried in the academic/ admin block and hostels.

Campus Code

  • General behaviour must be polite and courteous to all at all time. Arguments and demands with mess, cafeteria staff, vendors, staff, faculty, in public places or over telephone etc. should be avoided.
  • Any conduct or behavior/ unbecoming of a leader or an executive or a quality professional as envisioned in the prospectus of the institute shall attract intervention and action.
  • Director, SIC Campus Administrator, Dean, Warden, Admin Officer and /or his/her authorized representatives can conduct regular and surprise checks in the hostels including rooms at any time for monitoring adherence to these orders and also to monitor attendance.
  • No girl student or any women shall enter boys hostel and no boys/ males shall enter girl's hostel except staff members carrying out official duties such as inspection, repairs, etc. that too with prior permission and authority.
  • Security staff and institute's staff are hereby authorized to check violations of these rules and enforce adherence. No argument with them is permissible on the norms, whichare clearly spelt out.
  • Students are advised not to keep any valuables such as gold/silver ornaments, cash etc. in the hostel rooms. SCMHRD is not responsible for any damage or theft.
  • Students are responsible for their belongings. They are advised to keep all their belongings under lock and key all the time. Mobile phones and cash should be properly taken care of. SCMHRD or SIC are not responsible for any loss of any valuables kept by a student.
  • Non-adherence of the given rules will attract disciplinary action to the extent of termination of studentship from the institute.
  • Ragging in any form is banned at SIC and SCMHRD and anyone found indulging in ragging will be punished as necessary, which may include expulsion from the institute.