Administration of Disciplinary Procedure based on the gravity of the ill-disciplinary problem. The Principal will ascertain whether the misconduct committed by the student is classified as major or minor such as:

(a) rules and regulations of GCS

(b) rules and regulations of ICA and/or Singapore Government

(c) absenteeism without valid reasons and/or with valid reasons

(d) poor conduct or attendance

(e) bad and/or negative behavior within the GCS premise, etc.

Administering the Student Disciplinary Matters

  1. The procedure will be triggered when a misconduct committed by the student is reported by the Lecturers, the SAE/SRM, any other staff of GCS or members of the public.
  2. The classification of misconduct will, but not limited to the following:

(a) Major Misconduct

(i) Criminal offences prosecutable under Singapore laws;

(ii) Doctoring of official documents;

(iii) Immoral/indecent conduct;

(iv) Cheating, plagiarism or ghost-writing;

(v) Trespassing, unauthorized entrance and vandalism;

(vi) Falsification of information;

(vii) Infringement of the Computer Misuse Act and the Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA);

(viii) Working (STP students);

(ix) Overstaying (without a valid pass issued by Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA); and

(x) Smoking, gambling and consumption of alcohol under GCS

(b) Minor Misconduct

(i) Disruptive behaviour including the use of vulgarism and/or sleeping in class;

(ii) Inappropriate dress code;

(iii) Eating and drinking in prohibited areas;

(iv) Infringement of rules and regulations while accessing GCS’S computers or any other IT or audio-visual equipment, e.g. smart

(v) Scanning of student card on behalf of other students;

(vi) Tardiness; and

(vii) Infringement of any other school policies and procedures.