Academic LifeCIT believes that a systematic theological education is crucial to a comprehensive and proper understanding of God's Word. Every student is expected to do his or her best in studying and understanding the Scripture. The following guidelines apply to the academic life of every student:
Academic IntegrityCIT places a high premium on academic integrity. Students are expected to show honesty and rigor in their research and study. Each student is expected to do his/her own work. Policies of academic integrity applies to all course-related activities, including seminars, conferences, field trips, research works and exams within or outside of a specific course structure (data collection, entrance exam, class/final exam and thesis writing).
Any academic misconduct will lead to disciplinary action. Either the faculty member concerned or the Academic Office, or both, will carefully consider the seriousness of the academic misconduct in deciding over the nature and extent of the penalty.
Class and Study HoursAll the students are expected to be regular and punctual in attending classes and study hours.
The timings are as follows:
Class Hours: Monday - Friday09.00AM - 10:55AM11:15AM - 01:10PM02:15PM - 04:15PM Study Hours: Monday - Friday
Saturday08:00PM - 10:30 PM09:00AM - 01:00PM
a. During the specified study hours as well as free class hours, all students are expected to be in the library, unless officially permitted by the Academic Office for any other task.
b. Maintain silence in the lecture halls while lectures are in progress or while waiting for a professor/lecturer to arrive. Do not gather in the corridor outside the lecture halls for any discussion or chat as it disturbs other classes that may be in progress.
c. Students should not use classrooms for private study purposes. However, classrooms may be used for group or class discussions with the permission of the Academic Dean.
d. Married students are allowed to study in their own apartments/quarters during the night.
e. Silence should be maintained in the library.
- a. During the specified study hours as well as free class hours, all students are expected to be in the library, unless officially permitted by the Academic Office for any other task.