Disciplinary System

• Article No. 124 of the executive bylaw of Universities Organization Law stipulates that the following is considered a disciplinary breach of laws, bylaws and University traditions particularly:

• Actions that disrupts discipline of the Faculty or University institution.

• Disruption of study, incitement to it or deliberately being absent from lessons, lectures and other university works that bylaws stipulate attendance at.

• Every action that is considered contrary to honor and dignity or considered disruptive to good behavior and proper conduct inside and outside the University.

• Each breach to exam system, the silence needed for it, cheating or cheating attempt.

• Any destruction of buildings, machines, materials or university books or dissipation of them.

• Any organization of associations inside the University or participation in them without prior license from specialized University authorities.

• Distribution of bulletins, issuance of wall magazine in any form at faculties or collecting signatures without prior license from specialized University authorities.

• To sit-in inside a university building or to take part in protests contrary to the general discipline or ethics.

• Article No. 125 of the same bylaw stipulates that a student who cheats in exam or attempts to cheat and is caught red-handed is taken out of exam room by the Dean or someone who is deputized by the Dean. This student is deprived of taking the exam of the rest of subjects, is considered failure in all subjects of this exam and is transferred to Disciplinary Council.

• In other cases of cheating the exam is invalid based on a decree from the Disciplinary Council or Faculty Council. As a result, the scientific degree becomes invalid if it has been granted to the student before detection of cheating.

• Article 126: Disciplinary Punishments are:
• Oral or written notice.
• Warning.
• Deprivation of some student services.
• Deprivation of attending lectures of a certain curriculum for a maximum period of one month.
• Being dismissed from the Faculty for a maximum period of one month.
• Being deprived of taking the exam of one curriculum or more.
• To suspend enrollment of a student for the master’s or PhD degree for a period not exceeding two months or for one semester.
• To cancel student’s exam in one curriculum or more.
• A student is deprived of enrollment for the master’s or PhD degrees for one or more semesters.
• Being dismissed from the Faculty for more than a semester.
• Final dismissal from the University. Other universities are notified with the dismissal decree. As a result, a student cannot enroll or apply for exams at universities of the Arab Republic of Egypt.

• University Council has the authority to reconsider the decree issued regarding final dismissal three years at least after date of issuing the decree. The decree issued by students’ disciplinary council cannot be appealed against except for the appeal presented by a student to University President in fifteen days’ time form date of being informed with the decree. After that, the decree is presented to the Supreme Disciplinary Council at the University under chairmanship of University Vice President for Postgraduate Studies and Research according to the stipulation of article (129) of the executive bylaw of Universities Organization Law.

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