Code of Conduct
Students’ code of conduct is to maintain a fine ambiance of yoga and spiritual lore. Such an Ashram Atmosphere will help the students to accelerate their growth and total personality development.
- We expect our students to maintain high standards of personal conduct. This includes personal honesty, discipline, integrity, ethics and values.
- Students are accountable to the University authorities for their conduct in the University premises, for their general behavior outside.
- The co-ordinator will acknowledge the student’s birthday in the class. No cakes or presents are allowed.
- Please report always at the scheduled time.
- Those who report late even a day and those who leave even for half a day earlier will be considered only as observers and no certificate will be issued to short-term course participants.
- No leave will be granted for any reason including for Reservation of Air/Train/Bus ticket/Passport etc. for short-term course participants.
- Use of tobacco, alcohol and non veg food etc. in any form is strictly prohibited in the campus.
- Cell phones/mobiles are banned in the Academic Areas.
- The daily programme starts at 4.20 am. All programmes are compulsory, including Vedic Prayer (Ancient Indian Texts) in Sanskrit and in Hindi in the morning and evening). Absence from these sessions may make one liable for withdrawal from the course without any refund.
- No individual worship/ religious ritual/ practice of Yoga, is allowed during the course, other than that prescribed in the schedule.
- Ragging in any form is prohibited. If any incident of ragging brought to the notice of the authority, appropriate action will be taken.
- Use of Refrigerator, Gas Stove, Stove etc., are strictly prohibited in the rooms.
- Karma Yoga: Selfless work, forgetting one’s ego and relinquishing the desire for reward, brings immense mental peace and satisfaction. It expands one’s consciousness and relieves mental tension, which is the primal cause of most of the problems, we face. Hence voluntary work forms a part of the integral Yoga offered in S-VYASA. The residents, therefore, should develop the proper attitude to enjoy self-help and serve others of the organization, for their own benefits.
- To foster self-help skills, students are required to maintain a neat and tidy classroom and litter free campus at all times.