'As any post even made in personal capacity on social media has risk to become public in view of the nature of social media, the students of the IIMC should be careful and maintain highest ethical standards and integrity in behaviour while posting any material on personal social media accounts,' said the code of conduct from IIMC.
Derogatory posts of social media have been a major cause of ruckus and many such incidents have been witnessed in leading educational institutes, in the recent time. Setting guidelines on the judicious and ethical use of social media platforms is ought to curb this menace to a great extent.
IIMC has an 'Internal Complaints Committee (ICC) that looks into the cases of sexual harassment against women working in IIMC including female students.' The institute has urged students to go through the policies and have a clear understanding on what comprises of sexual harassment.
IIMC had released the first list of selected candidates for PG Diploma courses on 13 July. The last date for depositing tuition fees was 20 July.
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