Educational Institutions (Discipline) Act 1976

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1Institusi-educational institutions (discipline) laws of MALAYSIA Act 174 RETRIEVAL ACT educational institutions (discipline) Act 1976 Contains all amendments to 1 January 2009 is PUBLISHED by the COMMISSIONER of law revision, UNDER the AUTHORITY of law REVISION ACT 1968 2009 2 laws of Malaysia Act 174 educational institutions ACT (discipline) Act 1976 Royal Assent Date.................. May 25, 1976, the date of publication in the Gazette............ 31 May 1976 3Institusi-educational institutions (discipline) Act, laws of MALAYSIA ACT 174 educational institutions (discipline) Act 1976 ARRANGEMENT of SECTIONS part I preliminary section 1. Short title 2. Interpretation 3. Minister's power to decide a question about Chief Executive part II DISCIPLINARY AUTHORITIES 4. The disciplinary authority in respect of the staff of an institution 5. The disciplinary authority in respect of students of an institution 6. Student disciplinary rules part III STUDENTS ' REPRESENTATIVE COMMITTEE and OTHER STUDENT BODIES 7. Students ' representative Committee 8. The establishment of other student bodies 9. Dissolution of the src or other student bodies 4 laws of Malaysia Act 174 part IV OFFENCES Section 10. A student or organization, body or group of students associated with prohibited associations, etc., except as approved by the Minister 11. A student or organization, body or group of students is prohibited from collecting the money 12. Criminal liability principle, etc., organisation, body or group of students 13. Assumption 14. Suspension and removal of a student who is charged with an offence a crime or against whom a criminal offence is proved 15. Minister's power to suspend or expel a student from any institution 16. Removed from or detained from entering into an institution or University will be a student who is suspended or expelled part V TRANSITIONAL 17. Students who become members of existing association 18. Existing student association 19. Sections 17 and 18 shall prevail over Societies Act 1966 or relevant Cooperation Companies Ordinance 20. Associations and student bodies existing in an institution part VI General 21. Delegation by Minister 22. Application of Act to Institutions specified in the first schedule, and the Minister's power to amend Schedule 23. Minister's power to apply provisions of the Act for institutions with modifications, etc.
5Institusi-educational institutions (discipline) of section 24. Branch itemized in the first schedule deemed to be a separate Institutions 25. Start date of the commencement of this Act in relation to an institution that was later included in the first schedule 26. This Act and any subsidiary legislation made thereunder shall apply first schedule second schedule of the third schedule of the 6 laws of Malaysia Act 174 7Institusi educational institutions (discipline) Act, laws of MALAYSIA ACT 174 educational institutions (discipline) Act 1976 an act to make provision about matters relating to discipline in educational institutions, and on matters in respect of which.
[1 June 1976]
BE IT enacted by the Seri Paduka Baginda Yang di-Pertuan Agong with the advice and consent of the Dewan Negara and Dewan Rakyat in Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows: part I preliminary short title 1. This Act may be cited as the Act educational institutions (discipline) Act 1976.
Interpretation 2. In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires — "Institution" means an institution, other than a University, that provides education, teaching or training of any kind to any person, and may be specified or described in the first schedule;
"Students ' representative Committee" or "SRC" means Student Representation Committee prescribed under section 7;
"Disciplinary Committee" means the Discipline Committee is an institution established under subsection 4 (1);
8 laws of Malaysia Act 174 "campus" means an area, together with all buildings or other structures thereon, owned or used, whether for good or otherwise by an institution;
"Campus" has the meaning given to it in section 2 of the universities and University Colleges Act 1971 [Act 30];
"employee" includes any person employed by or in the service of an institution;
"Chief Executive Officer" means an officer or employee of the institution that served as the principal executive officer of the institution;
"Minister" means the Minister responsible for education;
"The students ' Affairs Officer" means an employee of an institution may be required, so by the Minister under subsection 5 (1);
"student" means a person who receives education, teaching or training of any kind from or an institution;
"University" means a university or a University College established under the universities and University Colleges Act 1971.
Minister's power to decide a question about Chief Executive 3. If a question arises as to who is the Chief Executive of an institution specific question and then it shall be decided by the Minister and the Minister's decision on the question is final.
Part II DISCIPLINARY AUTHORITIES disciplinary authority in respect of the staff of an institution 4. (1) subject to subsection (4), the disciplinary authority of an institution in respect of every employee are the 9Institusi educational institutions (discipline) Discipline of the institution consisting of the Chief Executive shall be the Chairman and two other members appointed by the Minister from within or outside the institution.
(2) in the exercise of its duties, the Disciplinary Committee is the authority to take such disciplinary action and impose any disciplinary punishment provided under any disciplinary rules applicable to the employee, and, where the rules that no one, under any disciplinary rules made therefor by the Minister and published in the Gazette.
(3) J awa tankuasa Ta ta t e r bo t ib i tu mewak i lkan consequences of any of the disciplinary duties, powers or duties to any employee, or to any of the Board staff in respect of a particular employee, or in respect of a particular class or category of staff, and staff or Board delegated with the duties, powers or obligations shall implement , run or perfection under the direction and control of the Disciplinary Committee which shall have the power to revise, cancel or vary any decision or conclusion staff or the Board: provided that no such delegation may be made under this subsection to allow an employee exercise such disciplinary authority or be a member of a Board can exercise such disciplinary authority over an employee a higher rank them.
(4) the Disciplinary Committee shall not have any jurisdiction on the Chief Executive and of any staff as directed by the Minister.
(5) an employee who is dissatisfied with the decision of the Disciplinary Committee or by the decision of someone or something the Board delegated with the duties, powers or duties under subsection (3) may appeal against such decision to the Minister or to a person or group of persons as the Minister may by notification in the Gazette and the Minister or a person or group of persons that can give any decision thereon as he may deem fit and proper.
10 laws of Malaysia Act 174 disciplinary authority in respect of students of an institution 5. (1) the disciplinary authority of an institution in respect of every student of an institution is an employee prescribed by the Minister; staff is set in such a way is named after the students ' Affairs Officer.
(2) the students ' Affairs Officer is powerful to take such disciplinary action and impose any disciplinary punishment provided for under the second schedule.
(3) the officer Ha l AC r Affairs Pe la bo mewaki lkan consequences of any of the disciplinary duties, powers or duties to any employee, or to any of the Board staff in respect of a particular student, or in respect of a particular class or category Institution students and staff or Board delegated with the duties, powers or obligations shall implement, run or perfection under the direction and control of the students ' Affairs Officer which is has the power to revise , cancel or vary any decision or conclusion staff or the Board: provided that no such representations may be made under this subsection to any staff as directed in writing by the Minister.
(4) a student who is dissatisfied with the decision of the students ' Affairs Officer or by the decision of someone or something the Board delegated with the duties, powers or duties under subsection (3) may appeal against such decision to the Minister and the Minister may, if he thinks fit, summarily reject the appeal.

(5) if the Minister does not summarily reject an appeal under subsection (4), it shall appoint a Committee consisting of two or more persons, from within or outside the institution, to consider the appeal and make syornya to the Minister, and, upon receipt of the recommendation, the Minister may give such decision on the appeal as he may deem fit and proper.
11Institusi-educational institutions (discipline) rules student discipline 6. Methods of educational institutions (discipline of students) in 1976 in the Second Schedule shall apply to an institution, provided that the Minister may, in its sole discretion, make, by order published in the Gazette, any modifications, adaptations, additions, deductions or amendment as he may deem necessary or expedient to the methods in the application thereof to any institution or class or description of the particular Institution.
Part III STUDENTS ' REPRESENTATIVE COMMITTEE And OTHER STUDENT BODIES Students ' Representative Committee 7. An institution shall have a students ' representative Committee and the provisions of the third Schedule shall apply to the Committee provided that the Minister may, in its sole discretion, make, by order published in the Gazette, any modifications, adaptations, additions, deductions or amendment as he may deem necessary and expedient to him in the application thereof to any institution or class or description of the particular Institution.
The establishment of other student bodies 8. (1) Notwithstanding section 7, then it shall be lawful for not less than ten students of an institution with approval of the students ' Affairs Officer in advance given consent of the Minister, subject to such limitations and conditions as may be determined by the students ' Affairs Officer, set up a student body consisting of students of the institution for organising a specific object or interest within the institution.
(2) the provisions of the third schedule, except paragraphs 1 and 7, shall apply mutatis mutandis to a student body established under this section as the provisions applicable to the SRC.
12 laws of Malaysia Act 174 dissolution of the src or other student bodies 9. (1) the Minister or the Chief Executive may, in its absolute discretion without giving any reason, suspend or dissolve the src or any student body established under section 8, and give such directions consequential or take any consequential steps as may be necessary or expedient to give effect to the suspension or dissolution.
(2) the suspension or dissolution of the src or a student body established under section 8 shall become effective immediately upon the only made the decision to suspend or membubarnya.
(3) the suspension or dissolution of the src or a student body established under section 8 shall be final and no court has any jurisdiction to attend any proceedings against suspension or dissolution.
Part IV OFFENCES student or organization, body or group of students associated with prohibited associations, etc., except as approved by the Minister 10. (1) No anyone, while being a student of an institution, can become a member, or be in any way affiliated with, any association, political parties, trade unions or any form of organisation, body or group of persons who, whether or not it was established under any law, whether it is in the institution or outside the Institutions, and whether it is in Malaysia or outside Malaysia , except as provided by or under this Act, or except as approved in advance in writing by the Minister.
(2) no organisation, body or group of students of an institution, whether established by, under or in accordance with this Act, or otherwise, can have any combination of, federal or any other arrangement whatsoever with any society, political party, trade union or any organization, body or group of persons who, whether or not it was established 13Institusi-educational institutions (discipline) under any law , whether it is in the institution or outside the institution, and whether it is in Malaysia or outside Malaysia, except as provided by or under this Act, or except as approved in advance in writing by the Minister.
(3) No anyone, while being a student of an institution, can express or do something that could be construed as expressing support, sympathy or opposition to any political party or trade union or as expressing support or sympathy with any organisation, body or group of persons which is illegal.
(4) there is an organisation, body or group of students of an institution that was established by, under or in accordance with this Act, or any other organisation, body or group of students of an institution can express or do something that could be construed as expressing support, sympathy or opposition to any political party or trade union or as expressing support or sympathy with any organisation, body or group of persons which is illegal.
(5) any person who contravenes or fails to comply with subsection (1), (2), (3) or (4) shall be guilty of an offence and shall, on conviction, be fined not more than one thousand dollars or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both such fine and imprisonment.
A student or organization, body or group of students is prohibited from collecting the money 11. (1) no student of an institution, or no organisation, body or group of students of an institution, can be, in or outside the campus, or in or outside Malaysia, collect, or attempt to collect, or attempt to organize or organize any collection, or making any appeal orally or in writing or otherwise, or trying to make an appeal to collect any money or other property from any person , which is not money or property exactly or almost due collected under or pursuant to any law, contract or other obligation on the side of the law.
14 laws of Malaysia Act 174 (2) any person who contravenes or fails to comply with subsection (1) shall be guilty of an offence and shall, on conviction, be fined not more than one thousand dollars or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both such fine and imprisonment.
(3) the Minister may, in any particular case, in its absolute discretion, grant exemption to any person of the coming into operation of the provisions of subsection (1), subject to any limitations and conditions and for such period as he may deem fit in its absolute discretion.
(4) without prejudice to the provisions of any other written law relating to the delegation of powers, the Minister may, by notification in the Gazette, delegate, in relation to an institution specific, the exercise of its powers under subsection (3) to the Chief Executive regarding the collection of money within the campus of the people within the campus, subject to such conditions and restrictions as may be specified in the notification.
(5) the provisions of this section are in addition to and not in derogation from the provisions of any written law relating to the collection of House to House and in the street, public collection, or the collection of money or sale of badges.
Criminal liability principle, etc., organisation, body or group of students 12. (1) where an offence has been committed under any written law, whether or not a person has been convicted for it, and it was done or purporting to have been done in the name of or on behalf of, an organisation, body or group of students of an institution that was established by, under or in accordance with this Act or any other organisation, body or group of students of an institution then every office bearer for organisation, body or group of it and every person who manages or assists in the management of the organisation, body or group that at the time of the offence shall be deemed to be guilty of that offence and shall be liable to penalties prescribed by law for that offence, unless he proves to the satisfaction of the Court that it was committed without his knowledge and that he has undertaken every effort to prevent the occurrence of the offence.
15Institusi-educational institutions (discipline) (2) an office bearer of any organisation, body or group as referred to in subsection (1) or a person who manages or assists in its management may be prosecuted under this section, although it may have not participated in the offence.

(3) in a prosecution under this section against a person office bearer of any organisation, body or group as referred to in subsection (1) or against a person who manages or assists in the management, any documents found in the possession of someone Office organisation, body or group, or in the possession of the person who manages or assists in the management or in the possession of a member organization , body or group that is prima facie evidence of its contents for the purpose of proving that something has been done or purporting to have been made by or on behalf of the organisation, body or group.
Presumption 13. In a prosecution under this Act — (a) shall not be necessary for the prosecution to prove that an organisation, body or group of persons have a name or that it has established, or is usually known under a particular name;
(b) where any books, accounts, writings, lists of members, seals, banners or insignia for, or in connection with, or purports to be in relation to, an organisation, body or group of persons is found in possession, storage or under the control of a person, he shall be deemed, until the contrary is proved, that such person is a member of the organisation, body or group and organisation, body or group shall be considered , until the contrary is proved, as exists at the time of the books, accounts, writings, lists of members, seals, banners or insignia that found such; and (c) where any books, accounts, writings, lists of members, seals, banners or insignia for, or in connection with, any organisation, body or group of persons 16 laws of Malaysia Act 174 is found in possession, storage or under the control of a person, he shall be deemed, until the contrary is proved, that such person assist in management organisation, body or group.
Suspension and removal of a student who is charged with an offence a crime or against whom a criminal offence is proved, 14. (1) where a student of an institution is charged with an offence a crime then it should be immediately after that be suspended from being a student of the institution and it is not possible, within the criminal proceedings is pending, remain in or enter the campus of the institution or the campus of any other institution, or the campus of any University.
(2) if the Court found a charge on a criminal offence is proved against a student of an institution, then the student shall only from that cease to be a student of the institution, and it cannot remain in or enter the campus of the institution or the campus of any other institution or the campus of any University.
(3) a student of an institution who are detained, or subjected to any order which imposes restrictions thereon, under any written law relating to preventive detention or homeland security, shall, immediately after that cease to be a student of the institution and it cannot remain in or enter the campus of the institution or the campus of any other institution or the campus of any University.
(4) a student of an institution be suspended from being a student of the institution under the provisions of subsection (1) may not, while it is suspended so, became a student of any other institution, or students of any University, in Malaysia without the written approval of the Minister, and if the Minister gives approval, the Minister may impose such terms and conditions as he may deem fit to impose at its absolute discretion.
(5) a student of an institution which cease to be a student of the institution under the provisions of subsection (2) or (3) shall not be admitted as a student of the institution 17Institusi-educational institutions (discipline) or students of any other institution, or any University, in Malaysia without the written approval of the Minister, and if the Minister gives approval, the Minister may impose such terms and conditions as he may deem fit to impose at its absolute discretion.
(6) any person remain in or enter the campus of an institution or the campus of any University berlanggaran with the provisions of subsection (1), (2) or (3) or who can check-in being a student of an institution or any University berlanggaran with the provisions of subsection (4) or (5) shall be guilty of an offence and shall, on conviction, be fined not more than one thousand dollars or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both such fine and imprisonment.
(7) the provisions of subsection (1), (2), (3), (4) and (5) shall apply to a person even though results are still pending in any court or before any other authority about any application, appeal, petition, or any other proceeding step made by him or by any other person in respect of criminal proceedings, prisoners, or order imposing sanctions, as the case may be : provided that after only disconnected applications, petition, appeal or other proceeding steps the Minister may, in its sole discretion, pay attention to the decision and to provide exceptions to the student from the application of the provisions of subsection (1), (2), (3), (4) or (5), as the case may be, on such terms and conditions as he may deem fit to impose at its absolute discretion.
(8) the Minister may, at any time, in any particular case, in its absolute discretion, grant exemption to someone from the application of the provisions of subsection (1), (2), (3), (4) or (5), as the case may be, either unconditionally, or upon such terms and conditions, or for such period as he may deem fit in its absolute discretion.
18 laws of Malaysia Act 174 (9) without prejudice to the provisions of any other written law relating to the delegation of authority, the Minister may, by notification in the Gazette, delegate the exercise of any of its powers under this section to the Chief Executive, subject to such conditions and restrictions as may be specified in the notification.
Minister's power to suspend or expel a student from any institution 15. (1) the Minister may order in writing that any student of an institution be suspended from being a student of the institution for such period as it says in that order or removed from it if, when the representations made by the institution, it is satisfied that it is necessary to do so in the interest of the institution, and the student shall only from that, suspended or removed so, as the case may be.
(2) a student with which the Minister has given an order in writing under subsection (1) may, within one month from the date of the order, make representations to the Minister for the order is cancelled or changed.
(3) the Minister may give such decision as he may deem fit and proper, in respect of any representations made under subsection (2), and such decision shall be final.
(4) an order to suspend a student under subsection (1) may, from time to time, be extended for such period as determined by the Minister in respect of each extension.
(5) a student of an institution be suspended from being a student of the institution, or thrown out of the institution under this section, may not, in the time of the suspension or after removal, as the case may be, remain in or enter the campus of the institution or the campus of any other institution, or the campus of any University, except with the prior written approval of the Minister , and if the Minister gives approval, the Minister may impose such conditions as he thinks fit to impose, at its absolute discretion.
19Institusi-educational institutions (discipline) (6) a student of an institution be suspended from being a student of the institution under this section may not, while it is suspended so, admitted as a student of any other institution or students of any University, without the prior written approval of the Minister, and if the Minister gives approval, the Minister may impose such conditions as he thinks fit to impose, at its absolute discretion.
(7) a student of an institution who dumped them under this section shall not be admitted as a student of the institution or as a student of any other institution or as a student any University, without the prior written approval of the Minister, and if the Minister gives approval, the Minister may impose such conditions as he thinks fit to impose, at its absolute discretion.

(8) a person who is in or enter the campus of any institution or the campus of any University berlanggaran with the provisions of subsection (5), or who get admitted to any institution or University berlanggaran with the provisions of subsection (6) or (7) shall be guilty of an offence and shall, on conviction, be fined not more than one thousand dollars or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both such fine and imprisonment.
(9) an order to suspend or expel a student from an institution under this section, may, at any time, be revoked by the Minister and the Minister may, in its sole discretion, impose such conditions as he thinks fit to impose on the revocation.
Removed from or detained from entering into an institution or University will be a student who is suspended or expelled 16. If a student is suspended or removed from any institution under this Act, the Chief Executive of an institution or the Vice-Chancellor of a University, as the case may be, shall take or cause to be taken all necessary measures to memasti or get so that the student is removed from or detained from entering into the institution or University, as the case may be, with the help of any officer or employee of the 20 laws of Malaysia Act 174 institution or University , as the case may be, and can ask any police officer to help in memasti or get the student removed from or detained from entering into the institution or University, as the case may be; the police officer can, upon request, for the purposes as mentioned above, use any reasonable force or otherwise as may be necessary on the student or above any of the others.
Part V TRANSITIONAL students who become members of existing association 17. (1) where immediately before the commencement of this Act began a student of an institution is a member of any society registered under the Societies Act 1966 [Act 335], it shall, from the date the currency of this Act, cease to be a member unless, within fourteen days after the said date, it gets the approval of the Minister in writing to continue to be members.
(2) an office bearer of any other society, after the expiration of fourteen days from the start the currency of this Act, purporting to be a student of an institution as its members berlanggaran with subsection (1) shall be guilty of an offence and shall, on conviction, be sentenced to a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars.
Existing students association 18. (1) J WQI tar ikh start the currency Act i have didaf tarkan Per Act 1966 a body, or * joint Companies Ordinance 1948, West Malaysia [Ord. P.T.M. 33 1948], or joint Companies Ordinance 1958, Sabah [Ord. 3 1958], or joint Companies Ordinance Sarawak [Chapter 66], an association or co-operative, as the case may be, that its members are all or mostly students from one institution or more then the Association or joint companies , as the case may be, shall be terbubar at the end of * entries — joint Companies Ordinance 1948, West Malaysia [Ord. P.T.M. 33 1958] was repealed by section 95 of the companies Act 1993 Cooperation [Act 502].
21Institusi-educational institutions (discipline) period of fourteen days from the start date of the commencement of this Act, unless within that period a written approval of the Minister is obtained and difail with the Registrar of societies or by the Registrar of companies the assistance concerned, as the case may be.
(2) where a society is dissolved under subsection 17 (1) the Societies Act 1966, thereof shall apply mutatis mutandis as if it were a society whose registration has been cancelled under the Act.
(3) where a company partnership is dissolved under subsection (1) the Registrar of companies the assistance concerned shall appoint a competent to be the liquidator of the company collaboration that, subject to the direction and control of the Registrar of companies the cooperation and joint Companies Ordinance provisions in question shall apply for the collaboration company as if it were a joint companies whose registration has been cancelled under the Ordinance and the liquidator has been appointed as pelikuidasinya under section 41 of the Ordinance.
(4) If a person who has been a member of an association or a company cooperation when it is a student of an institution has continued to be a member after it ceased to be a student of an institution, it shall, for the purposes of determining under this section whether or not a member of the Association or company collaboration are all or mostly students from one institution or more , be deemed to be a student of an institution.
(5) any question as to whether a member of an association or a company partnership, as the case may be, are all or mostly students from one or more Institutions shall be decided by the Registrar of societies or the Registrar of companies the assistance concerned, as the case may be, and its decision on the question is final and shall not be questioned or reviewed in any court.
Sections 17 and 18 shall prevail over Societies Act 1966 or the Companies Ordinance regarding cooperation 19. (1) sections 17 and 18 shall apply in respect of a society registered under the Societies Act 1966 notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in the 22 laws of Malaysia Act 174 of the Act, and if there is any conflict between the provisions of such section of the Act, then the provisions of the said sections shall prevail.
(2) section 18 shall apply in relation to a company cooperation notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in a related from * Ordinances Cooperatives referred to in that section, and if there is any conflict between the provisions of the section with the relevant provisions of the said Ordinance, then the provisions of the said sections shall prevail.
Associations and student bodies existing in an institution 20. (1) on the date this Act comes into power, all organizations and student bodies existing immediately before that date in an institution and for which section 18 does not apply shall be terbubar.
(2) all any money, property, assets and rights of all organizations and existing student body in an institution immediately before start the currency of this Act shall, at the start date of the currency of this Act and without any form of conveyancing, assignment or transfer of title, vested in the following: (a) if the institution is a corporation, or belongs to a corporation either a single corporation or a Corporation group it should be vested in the Corporation;
(b) if the institution is not a corporation and also does not belong to a corporation, it shall be vested in the person or people who have an Institution i tu, or on the trustee or trustees of the institution, if any, and shall be used for the benefit of students of the institution in the manner as directed by the Chief Executive at its absolute discretion.
(3) a person who has in his possession or in the care, control or their dependents as any money, property, assets or rights referred to in subsection (2), or any document * note — joint Companies Ordinance 1948, West Malaysia [Ord. P.T.M. 33 1958] was repealed by section 95 of the companies Act 1993 Cooperation [Act 502].
23Institusi-educational institutions (discipline) with respect thereto, shall be immediately handed over the money, property, assets, rights or the document to and into the ownership of the Corporation, person, or a trustee upon which money, property, assets, rights or the document is vested in accordance with subsection (2), and it must do all acts or things necessary to complete delivery or possession of it.
(4) the Corporation, person, or a trustee upon which vesting of that is done in accordance with subsection (2) shall not be liable or not liable to perform anything costs, debt, obligation or liability of any establishment or student body referred to in subsection (2): provided, however, that the Chief Executive of the institution may, in its sole discretion, decide to use whatever money , property, assets or rights vested as aforesaid in accordance with subsection (2) for discharge, any payment, debt, obligation or liability of any of the organizations or student body if he thinks just and proper to do so.
(5) in this section "person" includes the Government of Malaysia or of a State Government.
(6) the Minister may by order published in the Gazette make such provisions as he thinks necessary or expedient for the purpose of enforcing the provisions of this section or to eliminate any inconvenience caused by such provisions.
Part VI General Delegation by Minister

21. (1) Without prejudice to subsection 11 (4) and subsection 14 (9), the Minister may delegate, subject to such conditions and restrictions as it may specify, any of the duties, powers or duties under this Act, except the power to make subsidiary legislation under this Act.
24 laws of Malaysia Act 174 (2) a delegation made under subsection (1) may be made either generally or in relation to any institution or class or description of the particular Institution and it can be made to any person or group of persons.
(3) a delegation under this section may be cancelled by the Minister at any time.
(4) no delegation of any duty, power or duty under this section shall affect or impair the power of the Minister to perform the duties or exercise of that power or complete the obligation.
Application of Act to Institutions specified in the first schedule, and the Minister's power to amend Schedule 22. (1) the provisions of this Act shall apply to an institution set out in column two of the first schedule to the extent set out appearing with him in column three of the Table or as specified in an order made under section 23.
(2) the Minister may, from time to time, by order published in the Gazette, in its absolute discretion, add to, delete from or in any way alter the schedule first, second or third.
Minister's power to apply provisions of the Act for institutions with modifications, etc.
23. The Minister may, from time to time, at its absolute discretion, by order published in the Gazette, direct that any provisions of this Act, including the provisions of the second schedule or third, as it says in the order, shall not apply to an institution or class or description of certain Institutions, or that the provision applies, with any modifications, adaptations, additions, deductions or amendment as he may deem necessary and expedient.
25Institusi-educational institutions (discipline) Branch itemized in the first schedule deemed to be a separate Institution 24. If a branch institution or any other subsidiaries are included in the first schedule as a separate item of the schedule, then the branch or subsidiary thereof shall, for all purposes of this Act, deemed to be a separate Institution from which a branch or it is a subsidiary of it.
Start date of the commencement of this Act in relation to an institution that was later included in the first schedule 25. A reference in this Act regarding the start date of the commencement of this Act shall, in its application to an institution that is included in the first schedule after the date of commencement of this Act, be read as a reference to the date of entry of the institution into the first schedule comes into operation.
This Act and any subsidiary legislation made thereunder shall apply 26. In the event there is any inconsistency or clashed between the provisions of this Act or any subsidiary legislation made thereunder by the provisions of any other federal law or any subsidiary legislation made thereunder in respect of education or educational institutions or a certain educational institutions, then the provisions of this Act and any subsidiary legislation made thereunder shall apply.
26 laws of Malaysia Act 174 first schedule [section 2, 22, 24 and 25] INSTITUTIONS to which the ACT WOULD BE a WORN Space A Space Two 3 Item No.
Name or description of the institutional provisions of the Act to be worn 1. Institut Teknologi MARA, which is established under section 3 of the act as Institut Teknologi MARA Act 1976, and includes a branch of the ...
The entire Act 2-5. (Struck by P.U. (A) 165/1991)
6. Ungku Omar Polytechnic around the Act, except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 7. Politeknik Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah, the entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 8. Politeknik Sultan Abdul Halim Mu'adzam Shah Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 9-12. (Struck by P.U. (A) 165/1991) 13. Politeknik Batu Pahat Entire Act except section 4, 7, 8, 9, 17, 18, 19, 20 and third Schedule 14. Politeknik Kota Bharu Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 15. Politeknik Kuching Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 16. Politeknik Port Dickson Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 27Institusi-educational institutions (discipline) Space A Space Two 3 Item No.
Name or description of the institutional provisions of the Act to be applicable 17. Politeknik Kota Kinabalu the entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 18. Politeknik Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah, the entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 19. Politeknik Johor Bahru Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 20. Institut Perguruan Perlis, Kangar, Perlis the entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 21. Institut Perguruan Darul Aman, Jitra, Kedah Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 22. Institut Perguruan Sultan Abdul Halim of Kedah, Sungai Petani, the entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 23. Institut Perguruan Persekutuan, Bukit Coombee, Penang the entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 24. Institut Perguruan Tuanku Bainun, Seberang Perai, Penang the entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 25. Institut Perguruan Ipoh, Ipoh, Perak Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 26. Institut Perguruan Ilmu Khas, Bandar Tun Razak, Kuala Lumpur the entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 28 laws of Malaysia Act 174 Space A Space Two 3 Item No.
Name or description of the institutional provisions of the Act to be apply 27. Institut Perguruan Teknik, Bandar Tun Razak, Kuala Lumpur the entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 28. Institut Perguruan Bahasa-Bahasa Antarabangsa, Lembah Pantai, Kuala Lumpur the entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 29. Institut Perguruan Bahasa Melayu Malaysia, Lembah Pantai, Kuala Lumpur the entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 30. English Language Training Centre, Lembah Pantai, Kuala Lumpur the entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 31. Institut Perguruan Islam, Bandar Baru Bangi, Selangor Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 32. Institut Perguruan Raja Melewar, Seremban, Negeri Sembilan, the entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 33. Institut Perguruan Perempuan Melayu, Durian Daun, Malacca throughout the Act, except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 34. Institut Perguruan Temenggong Ibrahim, Johor Bahru, Johor Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 35. Institut Perguruan Tun Hussien Onn, Batu Pahat, Johor Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 36. Institut Perguruan Tengku Ampuan Afzan, Kuala Lipis, Pahang Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 29Institusi-educational institutions (discipline) Space A Space Two 3 Item No.
Name or description of the institutional provisions of the Act to be worn 37. Institut Perguruan Sultan Mizan, Besut, Terengganu Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 38. Institut Perguruan Kuala Terengganu, Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 39. Institut Perguruan Kota Bharu, Kelantan throughout the Act, except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 40. Institut Perguruan Keningau, Keningau, Sabah the entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 41. Institut Perguruan Gaya, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah the entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 42. Institut Perguruan Kent, Tuaran, Sabah the entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 43. Institut Perguruan Tawau, Tawau, Sabah the entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 44. Institut Perguruan Batu Lintang, Kuching, Sarawak Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 45. Institut Perguruan Sarawak, Miri, Sarawak, the entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 46. Institut Perguruan Rajang, Sarawak Bintagor, the entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 30 laws of Malaysia Act 174 Space A Space Two 3 Item No.
Name or description of the institutional provisions of the Act to be worn 47. Institut Perguruan Tun Abdul Razak, Kota Samarahan, Sarawak Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 48. (Struck by P.U. (A) 266/2007) 49. (Struck by P.U. (A) 266/2007) 50. (Struck by P.U. (A) 266/2007) 51. Politeknik Seberang Perai Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 52. Politeknik Kota Melaka, the whole Act, except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 53. Politeknik Kota, Kuala Terengganu the entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 54. Maktab Perguruan Besut, Terengganu Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 – 1 January 1999 55. Maktab Perguruan Perlis, Perlis the entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 – 1 July 1999 56. Maktab Perguruan Tun Abdul Razak, Sarawak Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 – 1 June 1999 57. Matriculation college of Malacca throughout the Act, except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 31Institusi-educational institutions (discipline) Space A Space Two 3 Item No.
Name or description of the institutional provisions of the Act to be worn 58. Labuan matriculation college throughout the Act, except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 59. Kolej Matrikulasi Negeri Sembilan the entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 60. Matriculation college Penang Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 61. Kolej Matrikulasi Perlis Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20

62. The Silver the entire matriculation College Act, except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 63. Kolej Matrikulasi Johor Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 64. Politeknik Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin of Terengganu, the entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 65. Politeknik Merlimau, Melaka the entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 66. Politeknik Sultan Azlan Shah of Perak Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 67. Politeknik Tuanku Sultanah Bahiyah, Kedah Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 32 laws of Malaysia Act 174 Space A Space Two 3 Item No.
Name or description of the institutional provisions of the Act to be worn 68. Kolej Komuniti Arau throughout the Act, except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 69. Kolej Komuniti Bandar Darulaman the entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 70. Kolej Komuniti Kepala Batas Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 71. Telok Intan throughout the Community College Act, except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 72. Kolej Komuniti Sabak Bernam Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 73. Kolej Komuniti Jempol Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 74. Kolej Komuniti Bukit Beruang Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 75 Segamat throughout the Community College Act, except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 76. Kolej Komuniti Kuantan Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 77. Kolej Komuniti Kuala Terengganu the entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 33Institusi-educational institutions (discipline) Space A Space Two 3 Item No.
Name or description of the institutional provisions of the Act to be worn 78. Kolej Komuniti Tawau Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 79. Kolej Komuniti Kuching Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 80. Kolej Komuniti Sungai Petani Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 81. Kolej Komuniti Bayan Baru Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 82. Kolej Komuniti Chenderoh Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 83. Kolej Komuniti Ledang Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 84. Mas Gading Entire Community College Act, except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 85. Kolej Komuniti Mentakab Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 86. Kolej Komuniti Paya Besar Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 87. Kolej Komuniti Segamat 2 Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 34 laws of Malaysia Act 174 Space A Space Two 3 Item No.
Name or description of the institutional provisions of the Act to be worn 88. Kolej Komuniti Rompin around the Act, except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 89. Kolej Komuniti Hulu Langat Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 90. Masjid Tanah throughout the Community College Act, except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 91. Chenor Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 92. Kolej Komuniti Jelebu Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 93. Kuala Langat Community College throughout the Act, except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 94. Kolej Komuniti Selayang Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 95. Kolej Komuniti Hulu Selangor Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 96. Kolej Komuniti Pasir Salak Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 97. Kolej Komuniti Selandar Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 35Institusi-educational institutions (discipline) Space A Space Two 3 Item No.
Name or description of the institutional provisions of the Act to be worn 98. Kolej Komuniti Grik Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 99. Kolej Komuniti Sungai Siput Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 100. Kolej Komuniti Jasin Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 101. Kota Tinggi the entire Community College Act, except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 102. Politeknik Sultan Idris Shah, the entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 103. Politeknik Muadzam Shah Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 104. Politeknik Tuanku Syed Sirajuddin of Perlis, the entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 105. Politeknik Mukah Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 106. Polytechnic Balik Pulau Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 107. Polytechnic Jeli, Kelantan the entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 36 laws of Malaysia Act 174 Space A Space Two 3 Item No.
Name or description of the institutional provisions of the Act to be worn 108. Polytechnic Nilai, Negeri Sembilan the entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 109. Polytechnic Banting, Selangor Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 110. Pahang matriculation college Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 111. Kolej Matrikulasi Kedah Entire Act except section 4, 17, 18, 19 and 20 of the second schedule [section 6, 22 and 23] methods of educational institutions (discipline of students) 1976 part I preliminary Name 1. These rules may be cited as the rules of the educational institutions (discipline of students) 1976.
Interpretation 2. In these rules, unless the context otherwise requires — "the directions of traffic" means any order, direction or guidance given by an authority to someone who uses the street or car within the campus;
37Institusi-educational institutions (discipline) "hostel" means any housing, by whatever name called, which is provided by the Institution to the residence of students;
"disciplinary room" means a room allocated for the purpose of conducting disciplinary proceedings generally or for the purpose of a particular disciplinary proceeding;
"Bursar" means the Chief Financial Officer of an institution, regardless of whether it is called a Bursar or by any name other position;
"drug" means any drug or thing at the time specified in the first schedule to the dangerous drugs Act 1952 [Act 234];
"gambling" means playing a game of luck or games whose ingenuity, or games of luck plus their expertise, to get money or something that can be measured with money and includes any betting or lottery;
"employee" includes any employee of the institution;
"vehicle" means a construction material that can move or be moved or used to carry a person or a thing and a track of land when moving;
"motor vehicle" means all types of vehicles driven by way of aircraft contained therein and constructed or adapted so as to be used on the road, and includes any vehicle drawn by a motor vehicle whether or not part of the vehicle is placed on a motor vehicle that is interestingly it;
"disciplinary offence" means a disciplinary offence under these rules;
"Head of Department" for the purposes of — (a) Government departments means an officer who is responsible for a Department, Division or unit in that Department and other officer includes any person authorized in writing by the officer in charge of the Department, section or unit of the Department to act on his behalf;
(b) institution means an officer in charge of an institution, Division or unit in the institution and includes a person authorized in writing by the officer in charge of the institution, part or unit in the institution to act on his behalf; and (c) private agencies means an officer who is responsible for a specific agency, Division or unit in the Agency and includes any person authorized in writing by the officer in charge of the Agency, part of the unit or to act on his behalf;
"course" means any form of field studies conducted by the Institution for such period as may be determined by the Board of curriculum of Courses and training programmes;
38 the laws of Malaysia Act 174 "practical training" means a practical training to be done by the student relating to her for an extended period of time either inside or outside the Institution;
"likuor" means any likuor who has the strength of alcohol;
"parking" means stop a vehicle and cause it to wait for a particular purpose, other than the intent to take or lose people, goods or luggage;
"authorized person" means a person authorized to act on behalf of the Institution;
"officer" means a person who holds a position in an institution or body established by or under the institution or the institution, whether the post office volunteering, or to receive remuneration, or otherwise;
"library officer" means a person who is keeping the library accordingly in the Institution at any time;
"student scholarship" includes a student studying with a scholarship, scholarship, loans, organised by, holidays with pay or leave without pay or the granting of any other facilities, from any Government, institution, statutory authority, business or trade organisation or other body;
the "resident student" means a student who lived in a hostel;
"disciplinary proceedings" means disciplinary proceedings under these rules;
"examination" means any form of assessment or measurement or test or part thereof which bring scores or grade for a course or part of the course;

"disciplinary authority" means the students ' Affairs Officer or, where applicable, a person or a Board delegated by the students ' Affairs Officer with duties, powers or duties of discipline under subsection 5 (3);
"pesticides" means any article mentioned his name in column a in the list of Poisons in the Poisons Act 1952 [Act 366] and includes any preparation, solution, compound, mixture or natural substance that contains the thing;
"traffic sign" includes such conditions, posts a warning sign, pole instructions, sign or device erected or held on or near the street for information, directions or the directions of the person using the road;
"Warden" means the officer in charge of a hostel and includes any person authorized to act on his behalf or to help her.
39Institusi-educational institutions (discipline) part II GENERAL DISCIPLINE General Prohibitions 3. A student shall not — (a) behave, either within or outside the campus, in which may damage or harm to the interests of, kesentosaan or good name of the institution, or to the importance, kesentosaan or good name of any student, employee, officer, or employee of the institution, or to public safety or order, or to the morality, decency or discipline;
(b) contravenes any of the provisions of any written law, whether within or outside the campus;
(c) disrupt or in any way interfere with, or cause digendala or in any way tampered with, any teaching, learning, research, administrative work, or any activity carried out by or under the direction or with the consent of the institution, or do any act which may cause penggendalaan or penggangguan it;
(d) withhold, impede or interfere with or cause to be detained, blocked or interrupted, any employee, officer or employee of the institution or a person acting under the direction or authority employees, officer or employee, of work, duties or duties, or do any act which would render the detention, penghalangan or penggangguan it;
(e) detain or inhibit, or cause to be detained or prevented, any student from attending a lecture, tutorial or class or from taking part in an activity that is valid, or do any act which may result in detention or penghalangan it;
(f) organize, incite or participate in a boycott of an examination, lecture, tutorial, class or other legitimate activities carried out by or under the direction or with the consent of the institution;
(g) damage in any way or cause to be damaged in any way of any property of the institution, or do any act which may cause such damage;
(h) tamper with, interfere with, remove or in any way do anything over anything thing, object, item or property, or knowingly commits any act or cause any act to be done within the campus with a view to cause to be or is likely to cause any obstruction, inconvenience, annoyance, loss or damage to any person;
(i) contravenes or fails to comply with any direction or requirement officer library, a library staff or other library employee about the use of the library, his book and other facilities in it;
40 laws of Malaysia Act 174 (j) bringing in or out into the examination room or from any book, paper, document or pictures, except as may be allowed by the examiner, or receive any book, paper, document or picture from any other person in the room during the examination, except that a student can, while it is in the examination room, receive from the supervisor of any book , papers, documents, pictures, or other objects that are allowed by the Executive Head of the institution;
(k) in connection with any of the other students within the exam in any way whatsoever.
Attendance at lecture 4. If a student is required to attend a lecture, tutorial, class or teaching others in relation to his course of study, it shall attend unless they consent in advance from the head of Department and unless circumstances do not permit it to get such permission in advance and there is a reason or reasons as absent, and in the case of such students shall be , as soon as may be thereafter, notify in writing to the head of Department to his satisfaction, because it is not present and get approval in berulis thereon.
Practical training 5. (1) where a student is required to attend practical training or teaching others in relation to his course of study, the student should attend practical training or teaching that, unless he's written consent in advance from the head of the Department where the training is carried out and unless circumstances do not permit the student to obtain such permission in advance and there is a reason or reasons as absent and in such matter he shall , as soon as that can then provide in writing to the head of the Department, the reason he did not attend and approval in writing about it.
(2) while undergoing practical training, a student is subject to the regulations or instructions of the place where the training is carried out as well as the regulations and directions of the institution.
(3) in the event there is any inconsistency or clashed between Institutional regulations with the regulations of the place where the training is carried out, then the rules of the institution shall apply.
Clothes and personal appearance 6. A student shall dress gently or appropriate when attending lectures, tutorials, exams, class, workshop or when involved or attend any activities either within or outside the campus or while in any part within the campus.
41Institusi-educational institutions (discipline) examination entry 7. If the course of study a student require it in an examination and it is not blocked from entering the examination, it shall be in such examination unless they consent in advance from the Chief Executive and unless the circumstances do not allow it to obtain such permission in advance and there is a reason and reasonable grounds for not in such examination, and in the case of such students shall be , as soon as may be thereafter, notify in writing to the Chief Executive to his satisfaction because it does not enter the examination and obtain the approval thereof in writing.
Conduct during examination 7A. If a student may — (a) take any books, papers, documents, pictures, or other objects, unless authorized by the Inspector, into or out of an examination room, or receive any books, papers, documents, pictures, or other objects from any other person in the room during the examination, except the student shall, while he is in the examination room, receive from the invigilator such books , papers, documents, pictures, or other objects that have been recommended by the examiner or the Board of Examiners, and authorized by the Vice Caunselor;
(b) write, or write it through someone else, any information or diagrams that may be related to the examination, he lives on his hands or on any other part of the anatomy, or at the top of her dress;
(c) in relation to any other student during an examination by any other manner; or (d) cheat or attempt to cheat or behave in a manner which can be construed as cheating or attempting to cheat in an examination, while the examination is in progress.
Restrictions on use of the text, lecture, etc.
8. (1) subject to subrule (2), a student may not use the text of a lecture or lesson conveyed to him in an institution except for the purpose of pursuing his course of study; in particular, it cannot copy in any way all or any part of the text for the purpose of publication or distribution to either get paid or not.
(2) there is nothing in this rule shall be deemed to restrict the discretion of the executive head to allow a student or an organisation or body or group of students, make a copy of the text of a lecture or teaching under the control and direction of Chief Executive or any member of the Institution as authorized by the Chief Executive, and on the consent of the Chief Executive may impose such terms and conditions as he may deem necessary or expedient.
42 laws of Malaysia Act 174 Prohibition against plagiarism 8A. (1) a student shall not plagiarizes any idea, writing, data or creations of others.
(2) for the purposes of this rule, plagiarism includes — (a) the Act of taking an idea, writing, data, or other people's inventions and claims that the idea, writing, data or the invention is the result of finding or concocted; or

(b) an attempt to make out or the Act of highlighting, in such a way, that he is the original source or creator of an idea, writing, data or invention is actually retrieved from several other sources.
(3) without prejudice to the generality of subrule (2), a student plagiarizes when he — (a) publishes, with himself as the author, an abstract, article, scientific or academic paper, or book which wholly or partly written by some other person;
(b) incorporates himself or allows itself incorporated as coauthor abstract, article, scientific or academic paper, or book, when he indirectly make any contribution in writing to the abstract, article, scientific or academic paper, or book;
(c) compel others to inserting his name in the list of co-researchers for a particular research project or on the list of joint researchers for publication when he did not make any contributions that could qualify him as a co-researcher or co-author;
(d) extracts academic data is the result of research carried out by a few others, such as laboratory findings or the findings of field work, or data obtained through library research, whether published or unpublished, and combine such data as part of his academic research without giving due recognition to the original source;
(e) use the research data obtained through collaborative work with some other person, whether or not others that members of staff or students of the University as part of academic research that is different to another, or for publishing in his own name as sole author, without obtaining the consent of co-researchers before embarking on his personal research or before publishing the data;
(f) mentranskripsikan idea or invention someone else saved in any kind, whether written, printed or available in electronic form, or in the form of slides, or in any kind of teaching or the appliance research or in any other form and declare either directly or indirectly that he is the creator of idea or creation;
43Institusi-educational institutions (discipline) (g) translate the writing or creation of others from one language to another whether or not in whole or in part, and then submit the translation in whatever form or manner as his writings or his own; or (h) citing the idea of writing or creation of others and make some modifications without appropriate references to the original sources and restructure the idea in such a way as if he is the creator of such ideas.
Arrange, etc., Assembly 9. (1) no student, and no organisation, body or group of students, without first getting the permission of the Chief Executive or the permission of a person authorised in writing by the Chief Executive to give the truth, be able to convene, organize, convene or cause to be held, organized, called or in any way involved in conducting, arranging, ring or in causing held, organized, called, or the doing of any act for the holding of , arrange, ring, an Assembly a total of more than five persons in any part of the campus or on any land or in any building owned by or under its ownership or control of the institution or used for the purposes of the institution.
(2) in giving the consent referred to in subrule (1) the Chief Executive Officer or person authorized by him to give such permission may impose such restrictions, terms or conditions as it thinks necessary or expedient in connection with the proposed Assembly.
(3) no student shall knowingly attend or participate in an Assembly held in contravention with subrule (1) or (2).
Ownership, possession and use of speakers, etc.
10. No student, and no organisation, body or group of students can have, or use, or have in possession, custody or control, of a loudspeaker, loudhailer, amplifier, or other similar tool: provided that the Chief Executive, or any person authorized by him in writing, may authorize in writing any tools to owned, used or owned by a student or a student organization for any purpose and subject to such restrictions , terms or conditions as may be deemed by the executive head or person authorized by him as aforesaid necessary or expedient are applied to authorise it.
44 the laws of Malaysia Act 174 Make, use, demonstrate, have, etc., banners, stickers, etc.
11. No student, and no organisation, body or group of students may — (a) makes or causes to be made or an act to make or cause to be made; or (b) fly, exhibit, shows or in any way use, or cause flown, exhibited, shown or by any other means used; or (c) have or have in possession, custody or control, any flag, banner, placard, poster, emblem or other tools which can encourage acts violating discipline, disorder, keengkaran or a breach of these rules.
Issue, etc., of documents 12. (1) no student, and no organisation, body or group of students can publish, divide or distribute any document within or outside the campus: provided that the Chief Executive, or any person authorized by him in writing, may authorize in writing a certain documents published, divided or distributed for any purpose, subject to any restrictions, terms or conditions as may be deemed by the executive head or person authorized by him as aforesaid necessary or expedient charged on the consent.
(2) the permission required under this rule shall be in addition to any licence, permit or other authorization as may be required under any other written law.
Student's activities outside campus 13. No student, and no organisation, body or group of students, shall organize, carry out or participate in an activity outside the campus, except with the consent in writing of the Chief Executive first and accordingly in compliance with such restrictions, terms or conditions deemed by the Chief Executive of necessary or expedient to impose.
Students worked in employment, etc.
14. No student, inside or outside the campus, can be worked in any employment, business, trade or activity, whether full or part-time, which in the opinion of the Chief Executive is not appropriate.
45Institusi-educational institutions (discipline) Representations in respect of the institution, etc.
15. No student, and no organisation, body or group of students, shall unless written approval from the Chief Executive to make, in relation to any matter in relation to the Institutions or by staff or students of the institution, on their nature as such, or is related to itself on its properties as a student of the institution, any representation or any other relationships, whether orally or in writing or in any other manner , to an officer or to the public, the press, or to the public in the disposal of such lectures, speeches or public statements or in the disposal of such broadcasting with voice or images.
Student protests against the entry, ketidakmasukan, etc., people from campus 16. No student, and no organisation, body or group of students, shall make any objection orally or in writing or in any other manner to the entry of a person, body or group of people into, or the presence of the person, body or group is in, or the ketidakmasukan or dismissal of the person, body or group of campus.
Gambling in the campus 17. No student, and no organisation, body or group of students, shall organize, manage, run or help organize, manage or conduct, or participate in, any gambling, wagering or lotteries within the campus.
Drink or possess liquor and drunken 18. (1) no student shall have or has in his possession or under his custody or control any liquor within the campus.
(2) a student who is found drunk in the campus shall be guilty of a disciplinary offence.
Obscene 19. (1) no student shall have in his possession or under his custody or control any obscene within the campus.
(2) no student, and no organisation, body or group of students, shall divide, distribute or display, or cause to be divided, distributed or displayed, or in any way participate in the divide, distribute or exhibit any obscene within the campus; a student is deemed to divide, distribute or display of an obscene, no matter 46 laws of Malaysia Act 174

whether the distribution, circulation or pemameran it is to only one person or more than one person and whether or not the distribution, circulation or pemameran it is to obtain payment or any other consideration.
(3) no student shall voluntarily view or hear any obscene within the campus.
Drugs and Poisons 20. (1) no student shall have in his possession or under his custody or control any drug or poison.
(2) no student shall have in his possession or under his custody or control any appliance, tool, apparatus or thing which, in the opinion of the disciplinary authority, is designed or stated to be used for eating or drinking or smoke or inhale or inserting into his body by means of injection or by any other means any drug or poison.
(3) no student shall give, supply, provide or offer or intend to provide, supply, provide or offer any drug or poison to any person.
(4) no student can eat or drink or smoke, or inhale, or inserting into his body by means of injection or by any other means, any drug or poison.
(5) there is nothing in this rule shall be deemed to prohibit a student from undergoing any treatment by or under the prescription of a person is a medical practitioner registered under the medical Act 1971 [Act 50].
(6) a student who is found using or taking or abuse or addiction any drug or poison shall be guilty of a disciplinary offence.
Hygiene within the campus 21. A student shall not do anything which may affect the cleanliness and neatness a student within the campus or cleanliness or finishing any dormitories, lecture halls, streets, parks or sanitation or finishing any other part of the campus or cleanliness or finishing any building or any other building within the campus.
Make sounds annoy and disturb 22. A student shall not make any sound or noise, or cause to be published any noise or sound, with any road 47Institusi-educational institutions (discipline) or by any other means, if noise or sound is causing or likely to cause annoyance or disturbance to others within the campus.
Of residence or bed in campus 23. No student shall use or cause to be used any part of the campus or any part of any building within the campus as a place of living or sleeping places, except the place prepared for her in the institution.
Entering the forbidden parts of the campus or building 24. A student shall not enter any part of the campus or any part of the building within the campus if students generally or a student or students may be, in particular, are prohibited entry into it.
Student card 25. (1) the institution shall issue to every student thereof an identification card is called student card which shall have photograph the student and in the form and contain such particulars as may be determined by the students ' Affairs Officer.
(2) every student shall have His Card in his possession at all times within the campus and shall produce it when required to do so by a person in authority.
(3) a student shall wear her student Card in any way, at any event and at any time as directed, from time to time, by the students ' Affairs Officer.
Default 26. If a student fails to comply with or contravenes a direction or requirement is valid given or made by any employee, officer or employee of the institution authorised to give or make it within the campus, then the student is guilty of a disciplinary offence.
Summary disciplinary punishment by the disciplinary authority 26A. (1) the disciplinary authority may, at its discretion, in lieu of taking disciplinary action under part V, impose a summary disciplinary punishment, with a warning or a fine not exceeding fifty ringgit over any student guilty of the disciplinary offence under paragraph 3 (i), rules 6, 21, 22, 23 and 25 in the presence of or the opinion of the disciplinary authority: 48 laws of Malaysia Act 174 provided that prior sentence imposed on student , the disciplinary authority shall inform him of the disciplinary offence committed by him and give him the opportunity to make representations in respect of the oral in not more than 5 days to the disciplinary authorities.
(2) after the imposition of the punishment referred to in subrule (1), the disciplinary authority shall immediately deliver to the student a written notice about the punishment imposed in a form according to as directed by the students ' Affairs Officer, and if the punishment imposed is a fine, the provisions of rules 63 and 64 shall apply.
Part III HOSTEL DISCIPLINE Entered or remained in the resident student 27. (1) No person shall enter or be in a room occupied by a resident student except for resident student itself: provided that this paragraph shall not apply to an employee, officer, employee or agent of the institution who enters such room for the purpose of carrying out its duties, duties or responsibilities, or for any person entrance fee, or been at it in accordance with an authorization given by or on behalf of Warden : and further provided that this paragraph shall not be deemed to prohibit a student from entering a resident student of the same sex for the visit for the purposes of ordinary social.
(2) it shall be the duty and responsibility of a resident student to ensure that restrictions in subrule (1) be complied with in respect of the necessarily occupied by it the room.
Prevent, etc., of officers, etc., from entering and carrying out 28. A resident student shall not do anything to prevent, impede or resist an employee, officer, employee or agent of the institution from entering the resident student and the job, duties or responsibilities in the room.
Be outside the dormitory at night 29. Resident student can not be outside the dormitory after 11.00 night except with the permission given by or on behalf of Warden.
49Institusi-educational institutions (discipline) is within the hostel premises after 11.00 night 30. After 11.00 pm, except students residing in their respective hostels, no student can be in the hostel premises except with the permission given by or on behalf of Warden.
Prudent in using hostel premises and prohibition 31. (1) a student shall use the hostel premises with care that sewajar and not do anything which disfigures, defaces or cause any other damage to any part of the garden or building or any article or fixture therein.
(2) in applying the hostel premises and facilities in which a student should be prudent care to ensure that they do not thereby cause any distress, annoyance, obstruction or nuisance to any other person.
(3) a resident student is absolutely forbidden to cook in the rooms except in the room provided.
(4) no student shall have in his possession or under his custody or control any type of animal in a home or hostel premises.
Students cannot be moved rooms without getting prior permission 32. If a student is assigned a room to their homes by the institution, it can't change their homes to any other room without consent in advance given by or on behalf of Warden.
Resident student vacate or moving accommodation when required by 33 Institutions. (1) a resident student living in a hostel at the discretion and absolute favourite institution.
(2) the institution may require a resident student shall vacate their homes or move to other accommodation provided by the Institution at any time without giving any reason.
(3) If a resident student is required under subrule (2) vacate or moved from their homes, it shall do so within the period specified by the institution and shall within it remove all the belongings of the shelter that it required to clear or from which it is required to move it.
50 laws of Malaysia Act 174 Power Warden to give orders or directions with respect to the good order and discipline 34. Warden or any other person authorized by him may, from time to time provide, orally or in writing, any orders or directions as it thinks necessary or expedient to maintain good order and discipline in the hostel, and orders or directions that can be generally about all students or a class or description of a student or a student, and it is the duty of every student with which orders or directions is given to comply with and carry it out.
Part IV Of The ROAD TRAFFIC DISCIPLINE

Written permission of the student store, own or have a motor vehicle in the campus 35. (1) Se seo rang pe l a j a r r suggest that be want you ne ve, own or have any motor vehicle in the campus shall, first, apply to the students ' Affairs Officer and obtained from him a written consent therefor; the application and the written authorization shall be in such form as may be prescribed by the students ' Affairs Officer, subject to subrule (2).
(2) an application for such permission shall be made by the student in writing stating the nature of the motor vehicle and shall be accompanied by the motor vehicle licence in effect at that time and third party insurance policy in effect at that time in respect of the motor vehicle and a valid driving licence in respect of the applicants; the applicant shall also declare any disciplinary offence that it has been guilty at any time.
(3) the written consent of the students ' Affairs Officer shall be given in the form as he directs and shall always be shown conspicuously in the motor vehicle.
(4) permission shall be renewed every year and the provisions of subrule (1) and (2) shall apply mutatis mutandis to applications for renewal of the authorization.
(5) the students ' Affairs Officer may refuse to consent under this rule or may revoke any permission that has been granted under this rule if it is satisfied that it is contrary to the interests of the Institution for the student holds the truth.
51Institusi-educational institutions (discipline) Express motor vehicle students 36. Student Affairs Officer shall direct that a register maintained for all motor vehicle stored, owned or owned by the students within the campus in such form as he thinks fit by the students ' Affairs Officer.
Speed limit 37. No student shall drive a motor vehicle in the campus, Skate more than indicated by a traffic sign.
Motor vehicles shall be driven on the road only 38. No student shall drive a motor vehicle in any place except on the street used as roads for motor vehicles; in particular there is a motor vehicle can be driven by a student on a paved walking paths, the shoulder of the road, the edge of the grass, lorong walking or elsewhere, either on the side of the road for a motor vehicle or otherwise, which is usually not intended or are not provided specifically for the route for motor vehicles.
Drive a motor vehicle on a corridor, etc.
39. No student shall drive or ride a vehicle on a corridor, balcony, walk five, the page berkepong or in any part of any building.
Parking prevents 40. No student shall park any vehicle in any place or in any way cause danger, obstruction or inconvenience to any other person or vehicle.
Use the assigned parking space 41. If a parking space is reserved for a specific motor vehicle, no student can park a motor vehicle in the parking space.
Membonceng 42. (1) a student drive a two-wheel motorcycles cannot carry more than one person on the motorcycle.
(2) no student shall carry a person on a two-wheeled motorcycle unless such person is sit tercelapak behind the driver on a seat designed properly mounted to the bike securely.
52 laws of Malaysia Act 174 (3) a student may not allow himself to be carried on a two-wheel motorcycle by a person, whether the person is a student or not, berlanggaran with subrule (1) or (2).
Traffic signs and instructions shall be complied with 43. A student shall comply with all directions of traffic and all traffic signs.
Submit a driver's license and student card when requested 44. Any student who is driving or care or control of a vehicle shall carry with him a driver's license still valid issued to him under the road transport act 1987 [Act 333] and even her student and shall produce it for inspection by someone powerful whatsoever required to do so.
Prevents travel traffic 45. A student shall not behave in any way or do any act, that prevent or interfere with the smooth traffic movement and organized within the campus.
Application of the road transport act 1987 in the campus, 46. (1) the road transport act 1987 and all subsidiary legislation made thereunder shall apply to students within the campus as if the road within the campus are public roads in the Federal Territories and offences under the Act and under subsidiary legislation made thereunder it is a disciplinary offence in respect of students and may be subject to punishment as a disciplinary offence, and by things so every student shall comply with the provisions within the campus.
(2) no nothing in subrule (1) may reduce the liability of any student or any others within the campus for any offences under the road transport act 1987 or any subsidiary legislation made thereunder.
Summary disciplinary punishment by the disciplinary authority 47. (1) the disciplinary authority may, in its discretion, in lieu of taking disciplinary action under part V, impose a summary disciplinary punishment, namely a warning or a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars on any student who commits a disciplinary offence under this part before or within sight of the disciplinary authority: 53Institusi educational institutions (discipline) provided that before such punishment is imposed on the student , the disciplinary authority shall inform him of the disciplinary offence committed by him and give it the opportunity to make representations in respect of oral, also, to the disciplinary authorities.
(2) after imposing the sentence referred to in subrule (1), the disciplinary authority shall forthwith deliver to the student a written notice about the punishment imposed in a form according to as directed by the students ' Affairs Officer, and if the punishment imposed is a fine, rules 61 and 62 shall apply.
(3) this rule shall apply notwithstanding any other provisions to the contrary to it in these rules.
Part V DISCIPLINARY PROCEDURE disciplinary punishment 48. A student who is found guilty of a disciplinary offence shall be liable to any one of the following sentence or any two or more consolidated once the sentence is: (a) a warning;
(b) a fine not exceeding five hundred ringgit;
(c) suspension of any of or all of the facilities of the institution during the period specified;
(d) suspension from pursuing courses of study in an institution for a specified period;
(e) penghalangan of the portion or the whole examination in an institution;
(f) the removal of any part of the Institution for a specified period;
(g) the removal of the institution, by the disciplinary authority.
To appear before the disciplinary authority 49. If in the opinion of the disciplinary authority a student has committed a disciplinary offence, the disciplinary authority shall, in writing, require the student to appear before it in a disciplinary room, on a date and at any time as determined by the disciplinary authority.
54 laws of Malaysia Act 174 Due not to appear before the disciplinary authority 50. If a student fails to appear before the disciplinary authority in accordance with a requirement under rule 49 it should be after only from that suspended from being a student of the institution and shall not thereafter remain or enter campus; the suspension shall be continued until the student agreed to appear before the disciplinary authority and, in fact, appear before the disciplinary authority at the date and time determined by the disciplinary authority after the student agreed to appear before the disciplinary authority.
The facts of the offence must be paid and recognition should be acquired 51. In the disciplinary proceedings in-room discipline, the disciplinary authority shall explain to students the facts of disciplinary offence has been committed by students dikata it and asking it makes recognition of them.
Plea of guilty and procedures arising from 52. If the student pleads guilty, the disciplinary authority shall explain the facts of the case to him; If they admit the truth of this fact the disciplinary authority shall pronounce it guilty of the disciplinary offence and ask it to make such an appeal to get a light sentence.
Procedure for hearing if student pleads not guilty

53. If the student admits no wrong on a disciplinary offence or not or refuses to plead or does not admit the truth of the facts of the case, the disciplinary authority shall examine any witness or of any document or anything else to support the case against the student; the student shall be given the opportunity to question witnesses and examine documents or the thing, and the disciplinary authority may re-examine the witness.
Student Evidence 54. After the evidence in rule 53 has been received, the student shall be given the opportunity to give his evidence, summon any witness or to produce any document or anything else for his defence; the disciplinary authority may question the student or any of his witness and examine any document or the thing, and the student may re-examine any of his witness.
55Institusi-educational institutions (discipline) the disciplinary authority question or recall witnesses 55. The disciplinary authority may question or recall any witness dining at bi-bi la time before it announced its decision.
Announce the results of 56. After hearing the witnesses and examine documents or something else produced before it, the disciplinary authority shall pronounce its decision in the case, and if it is decided that the student was guilty of the disciplinary offence it shall ask the student to make such an appeal to be made by him to gain light sentences.
Impose a sentence of 57. After the student make appeal, if any, to get a light sentence under rule 52 or 56, as the case may be, the disciplinary authority shall impose on the student one of the punishments specified in rule 48 or any two or more sentence is consolidated at all.
Store and dispose of exhibits on display 58. (1) the disciplinary authority may order any document or anything else produced before it in the course of a disciplinary proceeding kept in reserves or savings someone as it may specify pending the conclusion of the disciplinary proceeding.
(2) the disciplinary authority shall, upon the conclusion of the disciplinary proceeding before it, make such order as it thinks fit for the disposal of any document or anything else produced before it in the course of the disciplinary proceeding, and may direct that the order shall take effect either immediately or at any time as it may specify.
(3) the power of the disciplinary authority under subrule (2) shall include a power to order the document or article is disposed of or forfeited to the institution.
Note writing of the disciplinary proceeding shall be made 59. The disciplinary authority take disciplinary action against a student under rule 49 to 58, both inclusive, shall make or cause to be made written notes of the proceedings, but note that need not be made a-by a.
56 laws of Malaysia Act 174 Storage note 60. The notes referred to in rule 59 shall be kept of the students ' Affairs Officer.
The register of disciplinary proceedings 61. Student Affairs Officer shall maintain a register of all disciplinary proceedings conducted under these rules; the register shall record the student's name, details of the disciplinary offence, progress in the course of the proceedings, the results of the proceedings, and any information or other details as directed by the students ' Affairs Officer.
Report of the proceedings to parents, Minister, etc.
62. (1) where a student has been found guilty of a disciplinary offence, the students ' Affairs Officer shall send the results of the disciplinary proceeding to the parent or guardian of the student and to the Minister if the Minister requires same, and, in respect of a student scholarship, to the authorities or its sponsors or the scholarship provider and guarantor.
(2) a parent or guardian of the student or the guarantor or authority or its sponsors or scholarship provider, as the case may be, shall be entitled to a certified copy of the notes of the proceedings made under rule 59 by paying a fee determined by the students ' Affairs Officer and, however, the fee shall not be more than one hundred dollars.
(3) a certified copy of the notes of the disciplinary proceeding made under rule 59 in respect of any particular case shall be given by the students ' Affairs Officer to the Minister if the Minister requires same.
Pay a fine of 63. If the disciplinary authority imposes a fine on the student, the disciplinary authority shall state the period the fine is required to be paid and the student shall pay the fine within that period to the Bursar.
As a result of non-payment of a fine 64. If the student fails to pay the fine within the period specified under rule 63, it shall immediately after that was suspended from being a student of the institution and shall not thereafter remain or enter campus; the suspension shall be continued until the fine is paid.
57Institusi-educational institutions (discipline) Orders to compensate 65. (1) where a sentence imposed on a student under rule 57, the disciplinary authority may, in addition, order the student to pay such compensation as much as determined by him in respect of any damage to any property or in respect of any loss or disaster to any person upon which the student may be found responsible by the disciplinary authority in the disciplinary proceeding; a student may be ordered to pay compensation under this paragraph regardless whether the property which is damaged belongs to the institution or belong to any of the others.
(2) the amount of compensation fixed by the disciplinary authority under subrule (1) shall be an amount should be reasonable to pay attention to all the circumstances of the case and the circumstances of the people involved in it.
(3) the compensation fixed under subrule (1) shall be paid by the student to the Bursar within such periods as determined by the disciplinary authority.
(4) Rule 64 shall apply mutatis mutandis if the student does not pay compensation fixed under subrule (1) within the period determined under subrule (3).
(5) the Bursar shall pay out the compensation paid by the student under subrule (3) is to a person certified by the disciplinary authority as entitled to receive it.
(6) any compensation payable or paid under this rule shall not affect the right of any person to take civil proceedings in a Court of law to obtain damages or compensation in respect of damage, loss or disaster referred to in subrule (1) or is without prejudice to the rights of any person to receive any payment or compensation under any other written law in respect of damage , loss or disaster that.
People who can attend the disciplinary proceeding 66. No person can be present in a disciplinary proceeding except — (a) the disciplinary authority and its employees.
(b) the student against whom disciplinary proceedings are taken;
(c) a parent or guardian of the student;
(d) a witness while he is giving evidence, or when required by the disciplinary authority; and (e) any other as permitted be present by the disciplinary authority for a special reason.
58 laws of Malaysia Act 174 part VI APPEALS Appeal 67. (1) where a student is dissatisfied with a decision of the disciplinary authority, the student may submit in writing in duplicate of his wish to appeal against the decision through the students ' Affairs Officer within fourteen days from the date of the decision was given.
(2) the notice of appeal shall state clearly the reason the appeal.
Convey appeals to Minister 68. Student Affairs Officer shall, upon receipt of the appeal, submit the application to the Minister together with a copy of the disciplinary proceedings in respect of which notice of appeal is given.
Minister's action on appeal 69. (1) the Minister may, on receiving the notice of appeal and disciplinary proceedings of the students ' Affairs Officer, ask for any further information or particulars as he thinks fit with respect to the disciplinary proceeding.
(2) where the Minister rejects the direct the appeal under subsection 5 (4), decision of the Minister shall be communicated to the student through the students ' Affairs Officer.
(3) where the Minister appoints a Committee under subsection 5 (5), to consider the appeal, the decision of the Minister on the appeal made after receiving the recommendations of the Committee shall be communicated to the student through the students ' Affairs Officer.
An appeal does not operate as stay of execution of 70. An appeal made by a student shall not operate as stay of execution of the punishment imposed under rule 57 or as suspend the payment of any compensation awarded so that paid under rule 65, unless the students ' Affairs Officer or the Minister directs otherwise.
59Institusi-educational institutions (discipline) part VII GENERAL

Disciplinary liability of bearers, etc., organisation, body or group of students 71. (1) where a disciplinary offence has been committed under these rules, whether or not a student has been found guilty in respect of disciplinary offences and has been done or purporting to have been done in the name of or on behalf of an organisation, body or group of students of institutions established by, under or in accordance with this Act or any other organisation, body or group of students of the institution then every office bearer for organisation, body or group that and every student who manages or assists in the management of the organisation, body or group that at the time of the disciplinary offence shall be deemed to be guilty of the disciplinary offence and shall be liable to punishment thereof, unless it is proved to the satisfaction of the disciplinary authority in question that the disciplinary offence was committed without his knowledge and that he has undertaken every effort to prevent the occurrence of the disciplinary offence.
(2) an action may be taken under this rule against someone office bearer of any organisation, body or group as referred to in subrule (1) or against a student who manages or assists in the management, although it may have not taken part in the disciplinary offence.
(3) a disciplinary proceeding under this rule against someone office bearer of any organisation, body or group as referred to in subrule (1), or against a student who manages or assists in the management, any documents found in the possession of someone Office organisation, body or group, or in possession of a student who manages or assists in the management, or in the possession of a member organization , body or group that is prima facie evidence of its contents for the purpose of proving that something has been done or purporting to have been made by or on behalf of the organisation, body or group.
Presumption 72. In a disciplinary proceeding against a student — (a) does not have to prove that an organisation, body or group of students have a name or that it has been constituted or is usually known under a particular name;
60 laws of Malaysia Act 174 (b) where any books, accounts, writings, lists of members, seals, banners or insignia for, or in connection with, or purports to be in relation to, an organisation, body or group of persons is found in possession, storage or under the control of a student, it shall be deemed, until the contrary is proved, that the student was a member of the organisation, body or group of it and organization , body or group shall be deemed, until the contrary is proved, as exists at the time of the books, accounts, writings, lists of members, seals, banners or insignia, that found such; and (c) where any books, accounts, writings, lists of members, seals, banners or insignia for, or in connection with, any organisation, body or group of persons is found in possession, storage or under the control of a student, it shall be deemed, until the contrary is proved, that the student is to assist in the management of organisation, body or group.
Disciplinary offences 73. A student who commits a breach of, or which do not comply with, or in violation of any of these rules or any other restrictions, conditions or terms to be applied under these rules or any order or direction given under these rules shall be guilty of a disciplinary offence.
These rules do not reduce criminal liability 74. There is nothing in these rules can reduce the liabilities of a student or another person for any offence under any written law.
Service of notices, documents, etc.
75. (1) every student shall give to the Chief Executive of residence address or any change of such address will be his address for purposes of delivering to whom any notice or document required to be served under these rules or for the purpose of telling him about any matters relating to these rules.
(2) any document, notice or any communication left on, or mailed by ordinary post to the address for service given under subrule (1) shall be deemed to have been served or notified accordingly to the student.
61Institusi-educational institutions (discipline) the third schedule [section 7, 8, 22 and 23] STUDENTS ' REPRESENTATIVE COMMITTEE Selection the SRC 1. (1) students of an institution shall elect a students ' representative Committee in the following: (a) in respect of an institution that conducts a course of study only in one particular field for the next few years, students for each particular year shall elect by secret vote paper, carried out by the students ' Affairs Officer, a number of the same lot as determined by the Chief Executive of students who learn in a year is to be represented in the SRC; or (b) in respect of an institution that conduct various courses of study in the different fields, students each particular field shall elect by secret vote paper or any other manner determined by the students ' Affairs Officer of a number of the same lot as determined by the Chief Executive of students studying in a field is to be represented in the SRC; distribution of lessons held by an institution to a variety of fields of study for the purposes of this subparagraph shall be made by the Chief Executive with the approval of the Minister.
(2) any question as to whether subsubperenggan (1) (a) or (b) apply to an institution shall be determined by the Minister and such determination shall be final.
Bearers of the SRC 2. The src shall choose from among its members a President, a Vice President, a Secretary and a Treasurer, which only shall be the bearers.
The term of Office of the SRC and its Office 3. Members of the SRC and bearers shall be elected for one year.
Results with most votes 4. The results of the src shall be taken with the most votes by not less than two-thirds of the members present and voting.
62 laws of Malaysia Act 174 ad hoc Committee 5. SRC may establish, from time to time, with the prior approval in writing of the students ' Affairs Officer, ad hoc committees from its members for the purpose or a particular purpose.
Disqualified in respect of SRC, student body, organization or Committee of students 6. No student that results of disciplinary proceedings against him are still pending, or who has been found guilty of a disciplinary offence, may be selected or still became a member of the SRC or an office bearer of any body or Committee of students, unless authorised in writing by the Chief Executive.
The purpose and tasks of the SRC 7. The purpose and tasks of the SRC is — (a) assist and encourage, subject to the directions of the Chief Executive, the progress of facilities for students such as recreational facilities and supply of food and drink;
(b) to make representations to the Chief Executive on matters relating to the situation in which students live and learn;
(c) undertaking any other activity as may be specified by the Chief Executive from time to time;
(d) to inculcate the spirit of life as an association among the students of the institution; and (e) assist the authorities of the Institution to preserve the discipline of students.
Expenses Of The SRC 8. SSD cannot maintain any fund or make any collection of any money or property from any source whatsoever but any reasonable expenses as may be authorized in advance in writing by the Chief Executive to do by the src may be paid by the Institution if a written claim with reasonable supported by receipts and vouchers are submitted by the src to the Chief Executive and approved by him.
SSD Account 9. The Treasurer shall keep an account of the SRC accordingly and not later than three months after the end of every financial year, being the financial year as determined by the Chief Executive, a copy of the accounts audited by a person appointed by the Chief Executive shall be submitted by the SRC to the Chief Executive for approval.
63Institusi-educational institutions (discipline) meeting of the src 10. (1) the src shall hold meetings from time to time as it may deem necessary and it shall be the duty of the Secretary to keep minutes of every meeting of the src and such minutes shall be confirmed at a meeting later.
(2) the src or of an ad hoc Committee of the SRC shall, not less than forty-eight hours before the holding of a meeting, give notice of the date and time of the meeting and also the most powerful to the Chief Executive.
(3) every meeting of the src or of an ad hoc Committee of the SRC shall be held only at a place provided for the purpose of the meeting by the executive head.

(4) the Chief Executive or his/her representative must be present in each meeting of the src or of an ad hoc Committee of the SRC, unless the Chief Executive decides otherwise in respect of a particular meeting.
(5) a copy of the minutes of each meeting of the src or of an ad hoc Committee of the SRC shall be given by the src or the ad hoc Committee to the Chief Executive within seventy-two hours after each meeting.
Examination of record 11. SRC records or record of an ad hoc Committee of the SRC shall always be open for inspection by the Chief Executive or his/her representative.
The definition for "student" meaning this table 12. For the purpose of this table "student" means a person other than an officer of the public course of study in Institutions: provided that a person shall cease from being a student within the meaning of this subparagraph with effect from the date of the final examination for his course of study begins, if it enters the examination.
Dispute as to the selection of 13. If a dispute arises as to whether a member or holder of Office of the SRC or of an ad hoc Committee of the SRC has been selected or appointed accordingly, as the case may be, or is entitled to be or still be members or bearers, then the dispute shall be decided by the Chief Executive or by a person appointed by him for the purpose, and the decision of the Chief Executive or the person's decision thereon shall be final.
64 the laws of Malaysia Act 174 laws of MALAYSIA Act 174 educational institutions ACT (discipline) Act 1976 LIST of AMENDMENT of laws that amend the short title effect from P.U. (A) 73/1980 order of the educational institutions (discipline) (first schedule) (Amendment) Act 1980, 28-03-1980 P.U. (A) 247/1984 order of the educational institutions (discipline) (first schedule) (Amendment) order 1984, 06-07-1984 P.U. (A) 115/1985 Order educational institutions (discipline) (first schedule) (Amendment) Order 1985 15-03-1985 P.U. (A) 376/1986 order of the educational institutions (discipline) (first schedule) (Amendment) Order 1986 31-10-1986 P.U. (A) 165/1985 Order of the educational institutions (discipline) (first schedule) (Amendment) Order 1986 31-10-1986 P.U. (A) 165/1991 order of the educational institutions (discipline) (Amendment) 1991 26-04-1991 P.U. (A) 57/1995 order of the educational institutions (discipline) (Amendment of first schedule) Order 1995 18-02-1995 P.U. (A) 536/1997 order of the educational institutions (discipline) (first schedule) (Amendment) 1997, 01-01-1998 P.U. (A) 537/1997 order of the educational institutions (discipline of students) (Amendment) 1997, 01-01-1998 65Institusi-educational institutions (discipline) law amending the short title effect from P.U. (A) 538/1997 order of the educational institutions (discipline) (Third Schedule) (Amendment) 1997 01-01-1998 P.U. (A) 160/1998 Order Rules of the educational institutions (discipline of students) (Amendment) Order 1997 31-12-1997 P.U. (A) 247/1999 order of the educational institutions (discipline) (first schedule) (Amendment) Order 1999 11-06-1999 P.U. (A) 345/2000 order of the educational institutions (discipline) (first schedule) (Amendment) order 2000 01-01-2000 P.U. (A) 452/2000 order of the educational institutions (discipline) (first schedule) (Amendment) (No. 2) order 2000 01-01-2000 P.U. (A) 102/2001 order of the educational institutions (discipline) (first schedule) (Amendment) Order 2001 01-01-2000 P.U. (A) 103/2001 order of the educational institutions (discipline) (first schedule) (Amendment) Order 2001
01-01-2000 P.U. (A) 484/2000 order of the educational institutions (discipline) (first schedule) (Amendment) (No. 3) order 2000 29-12-2000 P.U. (A) 104/2001 order of the educational institutions (discipline) (first schedule) (Amendment) (No. 2) Order 2001 13-04-2001 P.U. (A) 423/2002 order of the educational institutions (discipline) (first schedule) (Amendment) Order 2002 25-10-2002 66 laws of Malaysia Act 174 laws that amend the short title effect from P.U. (A) 468/2002 order of the educational institutions (discipline) (first schedule) (Amendment) (No. 2) Order 2002 01-06-2002 P.U. (A) 484/2002 order of the educational institutions (discipline) ( The first schedule) (Amendment) (No. 3) Order 2002 13-12-2002 P.U. (A) 23/2003 order of the educational institutions (discipline) (first schedule) (Amendment) order 2003 24-01-2003 P.U. (A) 24/2003 order of the educational institutions (discipline) (first schedule) (Amendment) (No. 2) order 2003 01-04-2002 P.U. (A) 299/2003 order of the educational institutions (discipline) (first schedule) (Amendment) (No. 3) order 2003 08-08-2003 P.U. (A) 322/2006 order of the educational institutions (discipline) (first schedule) (Amendment) order 2006 01-09-2006 P.U. (A) 266/2007 order of the educational institutions (discipline) (first schedule) (Amendment) 2007 02-08-2007 P.U. (A) 436/2007 Order rules of the educational institutions (discipline of students) (Amendment) order 2007 28-12-2007 P.U. (A) 256/2008 order of the educational institutions (discipline) (first schedule) (Amendment) 2008 25-07-2008 P.U. (A) 308/2008 order of the educational institutions (discipline) (first schedule) (Amendment) (No. 2) 2008 12-09-2008 67Institusi educational institutions (discipline) Act, laws of MALAYSIA ACT 174 educational institutions (discipline) Act 1976 LIST of the SECTION AMENDED Section Power amend with effect from the first schedule P.U. (A) 73/1980, 28-03-1980 P.U. (A) 247/1984 06-07-1984 P.U. (A) 115/1985 15-05-1985 P.U. (A) 165/1991 26-04-1991 P.U. (A) 57/1995 17-02-1995 P.U. (A) 536/1997 01-01-1998 P.U. (A) 247/1999 11-06-1999 P.U. (A) 345/2000 01-01-2000 P.U. (A) 452/2000 01-01-2000 P.U. (A) 484/2000 29-12-2000 P.U. (A) 102/2001 01-01-2001 P.U. (A) 103/2001 01-01-2000 P.U. (A) 423/2002 25-10-2002 P.U. (A) 468/2002 01-06-2002 P.U. (A) 484/2002 13-12-2002 P.U. (A) 23/2003 24-01-2003 P.U. (A) 24/2003 01-04-2002 P.U. (A) 299/2003 08-08-2003 P.U. (A) 322/2006 01-09-2006 P.U. (A) 266/2007 02-08-2007 P.U. (A) 256/2008 25-07-2008 P.U. (A) 308/2008 12-09-2008 second schedule P.U. (A) 537/1997 01-01-1998 P.U. (A) 436/2007 28-12-2007 Third Schedule P.U. (A) 538/1997 01-01-1998 PRINTED by PERCETAKAN NASIONAL MALAYSIA BERHAD, KUALA LUMPUR on BEHALF and by ORDER of the GOVERNMENT of MALAYSIA JW513438