Tata Tertib dan Aturan (en)
- Students are required to attend lectures as stated in their respective Study Plan Cards.
- Student attendance is recorded in the student attendance list.
- Students who are eligible to take this course are those listed in the attendance list.
- For students who are not listed in the attendance list, please contact the Academic Secretariat.
- It is not allowed to write your name on the attendance list in handwriting.
- Students are expected to form a class WAG by voluntarily choosing a chairperson and a secretary who can support the smooth running of activities in the class.
- Students who are unable to attend must notify the lecturer concerned.
- Students must dress neatly and politely (don’t use T-shirts) during offline lectures
Students are required to open the camera when taking online lectures
Not allowed to wear sandals when going to campus (college/other activities)
Students are not allowed to smoke in the classroom and in the MM Study Program area.
- Students are prohibited from carrying sharp weapons / any weapons, flammable / explosive materials in the classroom and in the MM Study Program area.
- Students are prohibited from committing acts of intimidation, threats, verbal and physical violence against students, lecturers, and employees.
- Students are required to maintain the equipment, cleanliness and comfort of the classroom.
- Students are expected to wait for the presence of the lecturer in class within 15 minutes.
- If after 15 minutes it turns out that the lecturer has not been present without notification, then the class leader reports to the Academic/Lecture section of the Master of Management Study Program FEB Trisakti.
- If there is certainty that the lecturer is not available, students can leave the lecture hall, after signing the student attendance list.
- Students are expected to play an active role in the learning process through discussion, group presentations and doing assignments given by the lecturer.
- Students are required to maintain ethics in interacting and academically interacting within the academic community
During lectures, along with the time of worship, students are given permission to carry out worship in the places provided.
- Dress neatly and politely (don’t wear T-shirts and sandals).
- Eating or drinking is not allowed in the library.
- Maintain order, tranquility and cleanliness.
- Visitors from outside the scope of Usakti must bring a cover letter fromrelated institutions/agencies
- Newspapers/magazines are only read in the library room and please return them to their original
- Library collections are not loaned:
- Thesis is read only on the spot.
- Other books/references can be photocopied.
- Submit your KTM/Identity to the officer.
- Exam participants (Mid Semester and Final Semester Examinations) must be present 15 minutes before the start of the exam.
- Exam participants are required to bring the Exam Participant Card (KPU).
- Exam participants who do not bring the KPU are not allowed to enter the exam room.
- Late test takers will not be given extra or extra time.
- Exam participants are only allowed to bring writing instruments into the exam room, except for certain required exam subjects, including: calculators.
- All bags, notebooks to be placed in a place that has been determined by the supervisor.
- Examinees occupy seats according to their respective exam numbers.
- Examinees are not allowed to talk, ask questions, discuss, and cooperate with other participants in any form.
- Questions can only be asked to the supervisor on duty.
- If there are examinees who act dishonestly (such as: talking, asking questions, discussing, collaborating with other participants) then the test work in question will not be examined and will not be given a grade.
- When the participants have finished working on the exam questions, the exam files must be placed on their respective desks/benches and the participants leave the room.
- The supervisor will take and collect exam files from each participant who has finished.
- Examinees must be neatly dressed (not allowed to wear T-shirts and sandals).
Male participants are required to wear a shirt.
- Academic leave is a period of hiatus from studying for one semester or more for MM FEB students for certain reasons given by the Decree of the Head of MM FEB Study Program on the basis of an application letter from the student concerned.
- Applications for academic leave are submitted to the Head of MM FEB Study Program no later than 1 (one) month after the current semester starts, before sending the PDPT report by filling out the leave form (form 002).
- Application letter for academic leave must contain: a). Student Name, b). Student Identification Number (NIM), c). Study Program, d). Address, e). Reason for applying for academic leave, f). Start and end of academic leave.
- Academic leave can be given after attending academic activities for a minimum of 2 (two) semesters.
- Academic leave can be given a maximum of 2 (two) semesters during the study period and is calculated within the limit of the study period (8 semesters).
- Obligations of students who will take leave: a. Pay the re-registration fee for the semester used as leave entitlement. b. Attach proof of payment for re-registration along with a leave request letter.
- Students on leave status: a. Not allowed to participate in all activities of the Academy b. Values for courses that have been taken are still valid. c. The period of leave is taken into account in the calculation of the study period.
- To be active again, students are required to: a. Submit an application letter to the Head of MM FEB Study Program no later than 1 (one) month before the end of the leave period, by filling in the active form again (form 003). b. Complete all applicable Academic and Financial Administration. c. Obtained approval from the Decree of the Dean of the FEB Trisakti University regarding Re-Activity. d. Fill out KRS online
For students who do not apply for leave until the stipulated time limit, they are considered inactive and cannot participate in all academic activities in the current semester and are taken into account in the study period.
In order to maintain and maintain order in the process of providing education, as well as ensuring the quality of educational outcomes, it is necessary to set sanctions for violations of provisions that must be met by students. Acts that can be categorized as academic violations include the following:
- Students who do not fill out the Study Plan Card (KRS) within the specified time are not allowed to take part in all academic activities.
- Students who do not pay tuition fees for the current semester until the deadline before the Mid-Semester Exam, then they cannot follow the lecture process until the end of the current semester.
- Replacing, falsifying grades, Student Identity Cards and cheating in exams, publications, assignments and reports in the context of lectures.
- Students who are proven to have plagiarized scientific works (according to the provisions of the applicable laws and regulations) are subject to severe sanctions until they drop out of study.
- Graduates who are proven to have plagiarized scientific works (according to the provisions of the applicable laws and regulations) will be given a sanction to revoke their academic title.
- Hacking the information system of a university or study program to destroy or replace personal data records and test scores will be subject to sanctions according to the rules that apply at the University level.
- Falsifying the signature of a lecturer/ lecturer assistant or study program official within the scope of academic or non-academic activities will be subject to sanctions according to the rules that apply at the University level.
- Using the writings, research results and work of others without permission and or acknowledging them as or their own work in an academic activity will be subject to sanctions according to the rules that apply at the University level.
- Influence, persuade, give gifts or intimidate verbally or physically with the intention of influencing the results of academic assessments.
- Misusing the name and logo of the university/study program for things that can harm/damage the good name will be subject to sanctions in accordance with the rules that apply at the University level.
- Doing things that are contrary to the norms of propriety in the life of the academic community.
- The student is proven to have committed a criminal/civil act
TERMINATION OF STUDENT STATUS
Dismissal of Student Status or Drop Out is the process of revocation of student status for students, due to certain things that have been determined by FEB Trisakti University
Dismissal of Student Status due to the following conditions:
- Providing incorrect information and falsifying a diploma or academic transcript of S1 at the time of registration, which is only known at a later date.
- Not re-registering for 3 (three) consecutive semesters and/or not filling out the Study Plan Card (KRS) without academic leave.
- The non-fulfillment of academic requirements is due to the student concerned for several consecutive semesters getting a grade or GPA less than the standard set by the MM FEB Study Program.
- Unable to meet the provisions of the maximum study period set by the MM FEB Study Program.
- The study load for the Master of Management education is 45 credits which must be taken for 4 (four) semesters, with a maximum study period of 8 (eight) semesters.
- Resigned from the MM FEB Study Program, Trisakti University.
- Students commit criminal / civil and criminal acts based on court decisions that have permanent legal force.
- Doing, using and distributing drugs that are categorized as drug abuse/addictive substances, psychotropics, drugs, marijuana and alcohol.
- Committing violations that damage the good name of the University and FEB as well as the Masters of Management Study Program at Trisakti University.
- Permanently absent or deadnia.