Chapter I General Provisions
Article 1 The Implementation Measures of Student Disciplinary Regulations of University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (hereafter “the Measures’) is formulated in accordance with the Higher Education Law of the Peopled Republic of China, Provisions on the Administration of Students in Regular Institutions of Higher Education, the Code of Conduct for Students in Higher Educational Institutions, Several Provisions on the Management of Campus Order in Higher Educational Institutions of the former National Education Commission, and Regulations on Student Management of University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, in line with the aim to train qualified personnel to meet the needs of the state and society and maintain the order of teaching, scientific research and life in the process of graduate education.
Article 2 The Measures are applicable to graduate and undergraduate students (hereafter referred to as ‘students5) who are admitted to the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (hereafter referred to as tUCAS,) in accordance with the provisions of the state, and who are receiving general higher education in academies, institutes, centers (hereafter referred to as institutes) affiliated with the Chinese Academy of Sciences and schools and departments (hereafter referred to as schools) of UCAS.
Article 3 Students shall abide by Chinese laws, regulations and rules as well as rules and regulations of UCAS and complete the required studies. UCAS or research institutes have the rights to discipline or even penalize students who fail to fulfill their obligations and deviate from the basic norms of behavior.
Article 4 It is an administrative punishment in accordance with the laws as well as a form of educational management of students for UCAS or research institutes to take disciplinary actions against students who violate laws, regulations and discipline based on the corresponding rights and obligations of students with procedural justice, sufficient evidence, clear legal and regulatory basis, accurate determination of the nature of incident and appropriate disposal.
Chapter II Categories of Disciplinary Sanctions and Extent of Authority
Article 5 Student behavior considered illegal, in violation of regulations, and in breach of discipline include the following:
1. Violating China^ Criminal Law and being prosecuted for criminal liabilities;
2. Violating China?s Criminal Law and constituting a crime but not being held criminally responsible;
3. Violating other Chinese laws, regulations and rules;
4. Violating rules and regulations developed and released by UCAS and research institutes.
Article 6 Categories of disciplinary actions against illegal, regulation-violating and discipline-breaching behaviors include:
2. Serious warning;
3. Demerit record;
4. Probation, usually one year;
5. Expulsion from academic status (should be approached with prudence as it involves
depriving the student of the right to receive higher education).
Article 7 Procedures and the extent of authority for punishing students who violate laws, regulations and disciplines are:
Warning, serious warning and demerit record should be decided by research institutes and
copied and put on record of UCAS;
Probation and expulsion from academic status shall be put forward by research institutes and the Student Affairs Office, reviewed by UCAS President^ Office Meeting and approved by UCAS President;
Incidents involving students from different schools and research institutes, shall be coordinated and dealt with by the Student Affairs Office (International Students Office);
Students from various schools and centralized teaching campus shall be coordinated and dealt with by the Student Affairs Office.
Article 8 The following circumstances shall be given lighter punishment, mitigation or exemption:
1. The circumstances are especially mild;
2. The student takes the initiative to admit mistakes and corrects them in time;
3. The violation of laws, rules and regulations are due to coercion or inveigling.
Article 9 For the student who is exempted from punishment, the student affairs administration can educate the student through the following ways:
1. Admonishing conversation;
2. Asking students to make a statement of repentance;
3. Circulating a notice of disciplinary action at UCAS or research institutes.
Article 10 The following circumstances shall be given severe punishment:
1. Causing serious consequences;
2. Threatening or retaliating against the prosecutor, witnesses or other relevant personnel;
3. Breaching the discipline again.
Article 11 For the student who remains impenitent;
1. If a student with a past record of notice of criticism violates rules and regulations which merit punishment by up to and including notic e of criticism again within one academic year shall be given at least a serious warning;
2. If a student with a past record of disciplinary action breaches discipline deserving to be punished by disciplinary actions again within one academic term, he shall be given at least probation.
Article 12 After administering punishment:
1. Notice of punishment shall be circulated within an appropriate range to show warning on the premise that the student is informed and his privacy will not be infringed;
2. Based on the principle of decision maker, file keeper, the unit that determines the punishment shall keep all the original materials including investigation record, personal statement, conference record, punishment recommendation, punishment decision and other relevant evidence and preserve them in archives.
3. Materials for disciplinary actions including demerit record and above shall added to student files and shall not be revoked;
4. During probation, if the student demonstrates obvious progress, the probation can be removed according to schedule. If the student does not demonstrate obvious progress, the testing period can be extended. If another act in violation of the regulations or disciplines deserving to be punished by any category of disciplinary actions according to the Measures occurs, expulsion from academic status shall be given immediately;
5. The expelled student can receive a study certificate.
Article 13 The awards of UCAS and research institutes and qualifications of scholarship shall be canceled within the first year of the start of the decisions to administer punishment. The scholarship already awarded shall be terminated.
Chapter III Illegal Behavior and Punishment
Article 14 Any student who violates Chinese laws and commits criminal offenses, shall be expelled.
Article 15 Any student who receives administrative sanction for violating laws and regulations and meets the following conditions, shall be expelled:
1. Incident of a very severe nature;
2. Instigating, coercing and inveigling others to violate the public security administration;
3. Retaliating against the informant, accuser, reporter, or witness;
4. Having received public security punishment within 6 months.
Article 16 For students who have received punishment from the police and judicial departments as a result of violating laws and regulations:
1. Students who are placed in detention shall be put on probation;
2. Students who are given warnings and fined shall be given a demerit record.
Article 17 Any student who violates laws and regulations with one of the following circumstances, but not as severely as to be given criminal and public security administration punishment, shall be given at least probation if the student meets one of the following conditions:
1. Inciting, organizing and planning to destroy UCAS or research institute management
order or disturb social order;
2. Spreading rumors, misrcporting perils, epidemic and warnings or intentionally disturbing the public order by other means;
3. Disclosing state secrets and resultant consequences;
4. Participating in illegal religious and superstitious activities;
5. Being involved in prostitution;
6. Being involved in smuggling;
7. Illegal possession of public property, corruption, embezzlement of public funds;
8. Unauthorized transfer of tangible and intangible assets of UCAS or of research institutes; giving, leasing the above-mentioned assets to others or other disposals,
Article 18 Any student who violates laws and regulations under one of the following circumstances, but not as gravely as to be given criminal and public security administration punishment, shall be given at least demerit record:
1. Participating in a disturbance of UCAS or research institutes5 management order or social order;
2. Organizing or participating in unauthorized parades or demonstrations;
3. Organizing, establishing or joining illegal social groups or organizations and engaging in illegal activities;
4. Stealing, cheating, robbing or embezzling public or private property or sharing the spoils;
5. Making, copying, selling, renting or disseminating pornographic materials and scribbling obscene texts or pictures in public places;
6. Using computers, the internet or other means to deliberately produce, copy and spread
harmful information, stealing other people’s accounts, passwords and information in violation of laws and regulations, and harming the safe operation of the network system and network information security;
7. Destroying firefighting facilities, using electricity or gas illegally, causing hidden dangers or serious consequences;
8. Participating in gambling;
9. Extorting money from others or illegally accepting other people’s property;
10. Driving a motor vehicle without having a driver’s license;
11. Other acts of negligence causing serious damage.
Chapter IV DiscipEinc-brcacliing Behavior and Punishment
Article 19 For students who violate rules in national or regional examinations administered by the state, local government and its authorized institutions, other examinations of various types and at all levels, and examinations administered by UCAS and research institutes:
1. Any student who violates examination discipline but does not cheat shall be given a warning or a serious warning;
2. Any student who cheats shall be given demerit record;
3. Any student taking tests in place of another student or being replaced in taking exams, organizing group cheating, providing the cheating organizations with exam information, answers and related equipment, etc. or cheating in other serious manners, shall be expelled.
Article 20 For students who have been found to exhibit the following forms of academic misconduct by UCAS or research institutes:
1. Any student copying data, plagiarizing papers or scientific research not published, shall
be given at least probation; if published, the student shall be expellled;
2. Any student deliberately concealing or forging experimental, observational or calculated data shall be given at least a demerit record;
3. Any student submitting the same research results to a number of publishing organizations or publications for personal reasons shall be given at least a demerit record;
4. Any student distributing unpublished experimental, observational or calculated data and results without authorization shall be given at least demerit record;
5. Any student, excluding the person who makes innovative contributions from the authors’ list, including a person in the authorsT list without his or her consent, including the person who shall not have the right of authorship, unreasonably demanding author or co-author status or ranking, obtaining author or co-author identity of others5 works without the original author^ permission, shall be given at least demerit record.
Article 21 For students who exhibit the following behaviors during teaching and/or scientific research activities at UCAS or research institutes:
U Unexplained absence for less than 5 workdays shall be punished by giving a notice of disciplinary action or a serious warning; unexplained absence for 5 to 10 workdays shall be given at least a demerit record; unexplained absence for over 10 workdays shall be subject to expulsion according to Regulations on Student Management of University of Chinese Academy of Sciences;
2. Any student violating regulations, disrupting classroom or laboratory order without remorse shall be given at least a warning.
Article 22 For students who violate student dormitory management regulations and meet the following conditions:
1. Any student accommodating a non-dormitory member in his/her dormitory overnight
without approval shall be given at least a serious warning;
2. Any student changing dormitories without approval without heeding advice shall be given at least a warning;
3. Any student occupying a dormitory or bed without approval shall be given at least a demerit record;
4. Any student disrupting dormitory order, not heeding advice and impacting other people’s life and study shall be given at least a warning;
5. Any student violating regulations on use of dormitory firefighting equipment and electricity use shall be given at least a warning; any student causing a fire shall be given at least probation;
6. Any student keeping pets against regulations and not following guidance shall be given at least a warning;
7. Any student changing student dormitory structure and locks without approval shall be given a warning, a serious warning; more serious measures will be taken if the circumstances are severe;
8. Any student who violates dormitoiy management regulations shall be given at least a warning if the case is severe.
Article 23 Students who fight at UCAS or research institutes shall pay economic compensation. Besides，
1. Any student beating others shall be given at least a serious warning;
2. Any student seeking quarrels and causing disturbances and fights shall be given at least a demerit record;
3. Any student providing false evidence or obstructing an investigation shall be given at least a demerit record;
4. Any student hurting people with arms or organizing fights shall be given at least probation;
5. Any student causing light injuries shall be given probation;
6. Any student causing more than light injuries shall becxpellcd.
Article 24 For students who damage public property (including laboratory devices, instruments, library publications, living and study facilities and other public properties at the university) shall pay compensation at the original price. In addition,
1. Intentional damage shall be subject to disciplinary action including a demerit record or
2. Negligent damage worth 1000 yuan or more shall be subject to sanctions including a warning or more;
Article 25 If a student has seriously violated student behavior guidelines, resulting in direct economic losses as follows, the losses shall be compensated, the unlawful income shall be confiscated and such punishment as demerit record or above shall be given at the same time:
1. Any student forging, altering, falsely using and transferring certificates or credentials;
2. Any student resorting to deceit, defrauding UCAS or research institutes of honorary titles, and gaining public health or medical insurance expenses through fraud;
3. Any student suffering from infectious disease but deliberately concealing the conditions, refusing treatment and causing consequences;
4. Any student harming others1 interests in the name of others and causing adverse effects or losses;
5. Any student renting dormitory bed or seeking personal gains using public property by other means;
6. Any student with other behaviors which are against student behavior guidelines, causing serious circumstances or unwanted influence.
Article 26 For students who violate student behavior guidelines and have the following circumstances, serious warning or above shall be given:
1. Insulting, intimidating, starting rumors or framing others and causing adverse consequences;
2. Seeking quarrels and causing disturbances because of academic evaluation, change of academic status or award/punishment and etc;
3. Refusing or obstructing state personnel, UCAS or research institute management personnel from performing their duties according to laws or university rules and regulations;
4. Conducting religious activities at UCAS or research institutes without heeding prohibitions;
5. Concealing, destroying or opening other peopled letters and causing adverse consequences or losses;
6. Getting drunk and rowdy.
Article 27 For students who violate student group management regulations:
1. Any student carrying out illegal activities in the name of legitimate student groups
shall be given at least a demerit record;
2. Any student organizing and establishing groups without authorization and carrying out activities shall be given at least a serious warning;
3. Any student with other behaviors which are against student group management regulations who has caused serious consequences shall be given at least a serious warning,
Chapter V Investigation Procedure
Article 28 In case students violate regulations or rules, the student affairs administration shall discover the facts, collect relevant evidence and perform the investigative process. The investigation record, statement of persons concerned and all evidence materials shall be complete and standardized.
Article 29 The investigation record shall indicate the name and department of the investigator and the name, age, gender and other basic information of the person under investigation; after the investigation, the record shall be checked by the person under investigation, and if there is any error or omission in the record, it shall be corrected or supplemented and then signed or stamped in the corrections and supplements by the person under investigation; after the record is checked and corrected, it shall be signed or stamped and dated page by page by the person under investigation. If the person being investigated refuses to sign or seal the record, the investigation personnel shall indicate the situation in the record, and more than two investigators shall sign or stamp the record and indicate the date.
Article 30 The written material of the statement of facts shall indicate the name, age, gender, major, student number, occupation, address and other basic information of the person concerned and shall be signed or sealed and dated by the person concerned.
Article 31 The following evidence, after verification, shall be taken as the basis of student disciplinary punishment:
1. Documentary evidence;
2. Material evidence;
3. Witness testimony;
4. The statement of the person concerned;
5. Audio-visual materials;
6. Expert conclusion;
7. Record of inquest, on-site record.
Article 32 When theStudent Affairs Administration, after investigation, finds that the student is suspected of illegal activities, they shall promptly transfer the student to the public security or judicial organs,
Chapter VI Disciplinary Procedure
Article 33 After the student affairs administration performs investigates the student who has illegal, regulation-violating and discipline-breaching behaviors, they will first propose disciplinary measures, and then they shall inform the student of the facts, reasons and basis of the proposed measures and inform the student that he or she has the right to make a statement to defend himself or herself; the punishment shall not be increased on the grounds that the student to be punished tenders a plea.
Section I Summary Procedure
Article 34 The student affairs administration shall consult executive leadership and make punishment decisions directly after the student to be punished agrees to accept the summary procedure. Summary procedure shall apply to any of the following cases:
1. The facts of the student’s illegal behavior and violations are clear and the relevant
evidence is sufficient;
2. The warning or serious warning of punishment to be given to the student is well-grounded;
3. The student to be punished has no objections to the proposed sanctions and accepts the punishment without claim of appeal.
Article 35 The student affairs administration shall not use the student^ acceptance or refusal of the summary procedure as the basis of reducing or increasing punishment.
Section II General Procedure
Article 36 In addition to the punishment that applies to summary procedure, if UCAS or research institutes finds out that any student has violations that shall be given disciplinary sanction, the general procedure shall be applied.
Article 37 The student to be punished, after receiving the notification by the student affairs administration, has the right to entrust one leader in charge, or a department head, a
teacher or a student as his or her agent (hereafter referred to as the Agent).
Article 38 The person in charge of students5 affairs at UCAS or the person in charge of education in research institutes shall host the punishment demonstration meeting which will be attended by representatives from the student affairs administration, the school that the student belongs to or student union, the student himself or herself and his or her agent as well as the investigators of the incident. Punishment recomcndations shall be given after the investigative procedure, defense, discussion etc. and shall be submitted for consideration and approval according to the punishment authority of Article 7 in the Measures.
Article 39 Punishment demonstration meetings shall observe the following provisions:
1. The representative from the student affairs administration shall objectively put forward
proposals on the category of disciplinary sanctions, taking the facts as the basis and the
relevant provisions of the Measures as the criterion.
2. The student to be punished or his/her agent shall have the right to make a statement and defense;
3. When the meeting moderator affirms that the facts, reasons and evidence proposed by the student and his/her agent should be reviewed, the moderator may declare the demonstration meeting adjourned, and instruct the student affairs administration to put forward reviews and reopen the meeting on another day;
4. The student to be punished or his/her agent, after the statement and the defense, shall leave the meeting and the demonstration meeting shall have a panel discussion so as to form punishment recommendations;
5. The representatives from the school where the student studies or student union shall supervise and witness the procedural justice of the demonstration meeting and take detailed meeting minutes.
Article 40 At the demonstration meeting, the student to be punished or his/her agent has
the following rights and obligations:
1. the right to make a statement and defense about the situation;
2. the right to make a cross examination of evidence and put forward new evidence;
3. the right to express opinions about the terms the disciplinary sanction applies to;
4. Truthfully stating the illegal, regulation-violating or discipline-breaching facts and truthftilly answering questions from the moderator;
5. Complying with the rules and regulations of the meeting, and obeying the command of the moderator.
Section HI Hearing
Article 41 If any student is to be given expulsion, he/shc shall be informed in writing that he/she has the right to open a hearing. The hearing no longer follows the demonstration procedure in Section II of this chapter.
Article 42 UCAS is responsible for organizing and opening the hearing. Other than matters involving personal privacy, the hearing shall be held in public:
1. If the student to be punished asks to open a hearing, he/she shall submit a written application to the research institute or Student Affairs Office (International Students Office) within 5 days after being informed of the right to open a hearing;
2. If the student fails to make a hearing request in writing within the time limit, he/she shall be deemed to have waived the hearing right;
3. If the student explicitly waives the hearing right, he/she will not be able request a hearing again.
Article 43 The student to be punished shall be notified in writing of the time, place, moderator and other relevant matters of the hearing and shall sign on the notice of delivery receipt; the UCAS moderator shall be one with no direct interest in the incident and the hearing shall be recorded by a designated person:
1. The student can attend the hearing in person or entrust 1 to 2 persons as his or her
agent(s). If the student entrusts an agent, the power of attorney shall be submitted before
2. The student or his/her agent shall attend the hearing on time and any failure to attend the hearing without any explanation in advance shall be deemed as giving up the right to a hearing;
3. Participants in the hearing shall include UCAS representatives, the people who have attended the punishment demonstration meeting, representatives of the discipline inspection and supervision authority, teacher representatives, student representatives and the student to be punished as well as his/her agent;
4. If the student believes that the moderator has a direct interest in the event, he/shc has the right to apply for the moderator^ withdrawal, and UCAS and the research institute will discuss and then make a decision regarding the requested withdrawal.
Article 44 In the hearing, the student to be punished and his/her agent have the following rights and obligations:
1. the right to make a statement and defense about the situation;
2. the right to make a cross examination of evidence and put forward new evidence;
3. the right to express opinions about the terms the disciplinary sanction applies to;
4. Truthfully stating the illegal, regulation-violating or discipline-breaching facts and truthfully answering questions of the moderator;
5. Complying with the rules and discipline of the meeting, and obeying the command of the moderator.
Article 45 The moderator of the hearing shall maintain the normal order of the hearing,
and the hearing shall be carried out according to the following procedures:
1. The hearing note-taker announces the hearing rules and the student’s rights and the obligations;
2. The hearing moderator introduces himself / herself and the note-taker, asks to verify the identity of the participants in the hearing, and announces the beginning of the hearing;
3. Investigators of the incident put forward the facts, evidence, punishment basis and punishment recommendations for the student’s illegal, regulation-violating and discipline-breaching behavior;
4. The student and his/her agent make statements and arguments about the incident, put forward relevant evidence and make cross examinations of the investigators1 evidence;
5. After the final statement of the student and his/her agent, the hearing record shall be examined and signed or stamped by the student, then the moderator declares the end of the hearing;
6. After the hearing, UCAS makes decisions according to the hearing record and relevant provisions.
Article 46 The decision of expulsion shall be reported to the department of educational affairs of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the provincial department of educational affaris for record-keeping.
Section IV The Making and Delivery of Punishment Decision Documents
Article 47 After the decision is made, UCAS or research institutes shall produce the punishment decision documents for the student to be punished and give it to the person concerned directly. The documents shall specify the following:
1. Name, gender, age, major, student number and other basic information about the
student to be punished;
2. The facts of violation;
3. Remedial work done by UCAS or research institutes after the incident;
4. Reasons and basis for the application of punishment;
5. Punishment decision;
6. Rights and time limit for the appeal of the student.
Article 48 When delivery of the documents is difficult, the documents may be left at the place of abode or announcement service may be adopted:
1. When the decision documents are sent directly to the student but the student is not there to receive them, an adult family member may sign for and receive the documents;
2. If the student or his/her adult relative refuses to sign the decision documents, the deliverer shall invite representatives of the relevant basic level organizations or their units and other witnesses to the scene, explain the situation, record the reasons for rejection and date the delivery receipt, and the deliverer and witnesses shall sign or stamp it;
3. If the student or his/her adult relative refuses to sign the documents or the witnesses are unwilling to cooperate by signing the documents, the documents shall be posted in the form of a notice on the residence and then the deliverer may take pictures as evidence. The deliverer shall record the situation and sign on the delivery receipt and this is deemed delivery.
Article 49 When delivery of the decision documents is difficult, the documents can be delivered by registered mail through post office to the student:
1. Mailing service shall be accompanied by a delivery receipt;
2. If the date of receipt is not consistent with the date on the delivery receipt or the delivery receipt is not sent back, then the date on the delivery receipt of the registered mail shall be deemed as the date of delivery.
Article 50 If the student’s whereabouts are unknown or the documents cannot be delivered by other means, they shall be delivered in the form of an announcement:
1. Posting announcements on the bulletin board, the websites of UCAS or the research institutes, public media, or newspaper;
2. Delivery is deemed to have been made after 60 days since the announcement is made;
3. Reasons and process of the delivery of announcement shall be recorded.
Chapter VII Appeal and Review
Article 51 If the student has any objections to the punishment decision, he or she may raise an appeal to UCAS or the research institutes’ Student Appealing Processing Committee (the student who raises the appeal is referred to hereafter as the appellant)
1. UCAS Student Appealing Processing Committee (SAPC) consists of 7 to 9 people, including university leaders in charge of student work, heads of Student Affairs Office (International Students Office), Discipline Inspection and Supervision Department, teacher representatives and student representatives. The office shall be in the Student Affairs Division;
2. Research institutes5 SAPC consists of 7 to 9 people, including leaders in charge of student work, heads of student affairs administration, discipline inspection and supervision, teacher representatives and student representatives. The office shall be in the student management administration;
3. Members of SAPC shall be announced in advance;
4. The SAPC meeting is only valid with no less than 2/3 of the members present and with student representatives; The decision made by the SAPC is only valid upon the consent of no less than 2/3 of the participants.
Article 52 The appellant shall, within 5 working days from the date of receiving the punishment decision, make a written complaint. SAPC shall review the appeal and make a review conclusion and inform the appellant within 15 working days from the date of receipt of the written complaint. If the original decision is to be changed, SAPC shall submit to UCAS or research institutes office meeting to restudy the decision.
Article 53 If the appellant has any objections against the review decision, he or she shall, within 15 working days, make another written appeal* If the review decision is made by research institutes, the appellant shall submit the written appeal to UCAS, and UCAS shall deal with and respond to the complaint within 30 working days from the day of receiving the written appeal; if the review decision is made by UCAS, the appellant shall submit the written complaint to the competent department of education of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
Article 54 During the appeal, in addition to expulsion from academic status, the original punishment is carried out as usual. The student who is expelled shall finish the formalities of leaving school within 10 days of the delivery of the punishment decision. If the student applies for reconsideration, the time limit shall be extended to 10 days within the delivery of reconsideration. If the student fails to do so within the time limit, UCAS or research instituted designated person shall do it for the student and keep it on record. The remedial work shall comply with UCAS or research institutes1 relevant provisions.
Article 55 If the student to be punished does not make an appeal within the time limit, SAPC shall no longer accept his/her appeal.
Chapter VIII Supplementary Provisions
Article 56 All kinds of texts necessary in the investigation and punishment procedure in the course of disciplinary action shall use the standard text format of the student punishment procedure as in the Annex of the Measures.
Article 57 Student affairs administration of research institutes shall follow the Measures to implement relevant work of students who violateregulations
1. Formulating relevant management regulations in accordance with the Regulations on Student Management of University of Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Measures, taking into account specific circumstances and reporting to UCAS for record and approval;
2. Management regulations not made known to students cannot be taken as the basis for punishment,
Article 58 The wording 4at least’ or ^bove’ used in the Measures includes the punishment itself and ^punishment above1 means punishment up to expulsion.
Article 59 During the period of students participating in teaching, intern, survey, social practice, post training and other social activities or during suspension, disciplinary sanction shall be given to students who violate laws, regulations or discipline according to the Measures.
Article 60 For disciplinary sanctions against students from Hong Kong, Macao or Taiwan attending degree courses, and international students or graduate students attending non-degree courses at UCAS or research institutes, please refer to the Measures.
Article 61 For students who violate laws, regulations or rules, before the punishment decision is made, if the students themselves apply for withdrawal from university and leave the university after obtaining approval, the punishment shall not be given.
Article 62 The Measures shall be interpreted by Student Affairs Office and shall take effect on the date of issue in place of the previous Disciplinary Regulations of University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (XIAOFAXUEZI (2013) No. 7) which shall be abolished on the same date.
Annex: The Standard Format of the Student Punishment Procedure (omitted)
Student Disciplinary Sanction Cases
I. Examination Cheating
1. Student Xin was given a demerit record and a duplicate of the punishment document was sent to Xin’s host institute because Xin cheated in the exam of Natural Dialectics and Science and Technology Revolution in the Fall semester of the 2008-2009 school year. The punishment was made according to the Disciplinary Regulations of Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (Trial)’,
2. Student Zhu brought notes with him to the exam of Natural Dialectics and Science and Technology Revolution in the Fall semester of 2009-2010 school year and was detained on the spot by the invigilator. According to Disciplinary Regulations of Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Zhu was given a demerit record and warning by the Communist Patty organization Zhu belongs to;
II. Academic Misconduct
3. Because student Li leaked test data without the consent of the supervisor, according to Article 20 of Disciplinary Regulations of Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (Trial), Li was given a demerit record;
4. PhD student Huang, firstly falsified data during his doctoral dissertations, then cheated on the oral defense of his thesis and obtained a diploma and doctoral degree, but his actions were eventually discovered. The academic degree committee of the Graduate School then made a decision to rescind Huang*s doctoral degree. At the same time, according Article 25 of the Student Management Regulations of the Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Huang^ doctoral diploma was confiscated and his electronic registration information of the degree in the Education Department was revoked;
5. PhD student Liu was given a serious warning according to Disciplinary Regulations of Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences for providing false data and pictures during the process of preparing an academic thesis.
6. Students Wu and Zheng fought on October 30, 2004 at the entrance of student dormitory after colliding with each other in the door entrance. According to the 1st clause of Article 8 of the Interim Disciplinary Regulations on Graduate Students of Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences: 4fcStudents seeking quarrels and causing disturbances shall be given a warning or a serious warning, ** Wu and Zheng were both given warnings;
IV* Violation of Regulations:
7. Student Wang used electrical appliances against the regulation and caused fire in the evening of May 4 of 2008. According to the Disciplinary Regulations of Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (Trial), Wang was given probation;
8. Student Wei rented his dormitory bed to non-school student without permission. According to Article 21 of the Disciplinary Regulations of Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (Trial)^ Wei was given demerit record and all his illegal proceeds were confiscated;
V. Breaking Laws out of University:
9. Student Jiang, showing reactionary slogans in Tiananmen Square on February 22nd, 2005, received 2 years of labor education;
10. Student Han and Student Yang were detained by the municipal public security organ because they engaged in illegal behavior using computer network vulnerabilities. Because of their good attitude and active restitution of illegal income, they were handed over to their training unit. According to the Disciplinary Regulations of Graduate University of Chinese
Academy of Sciences (Trial), they were given one year of probation each;
VI. Seeking Quarrels and Causing Disturbance
11. On the evening of July 6lh of 2006, student Zhu got drunk and rowdy and harmed other people with weapons. According to the 3rd and 4th clause of Article 22 and Clause 5 of Article 25 of the Disciplinary Regulations of Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (Trial), Zhu was given one year of probation;
12. Student Qin beat others without cause. According to Article 22 of the Disciplinary Regulations of Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (Trial), Qin was given one year of probation.
VII, Breaking Laws and Discipline on Campus
13. Student You caused a fire using an inferior socket in the dormitory. According to Clause 6 of Article 17 of the Disciplinary Regulations of Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (Trial), You was give one year of probation;
14. Student Xu blocked the indoor smoke sensor without authorization. According to Clause 6 of Article 17 of the Disciplinary Regulations of Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (Trial), Xu was given a demerit record.