Student’s Rules and Regulations
CYEI is a model institution for the economic empowerment of unemployed and underemployed graduates in Lagos State, believing that providing the aforementioned in an enabling environment will complement the molding of morally sound youths who will positively contribute to and affect the transaction of private and government businesses with the fear of God.
To this regard, all newly admitted students must sign an undertaking to obey all CYEI rules and regulations as well as other instructions given to them by appropriate authorities.
General Administrative Instructions
Students must put on a CYEI means of identification within the premises.
Students must comply with security check and scrutiny.
Weapon or firearm is not permitted within CYEI premises.
Damaging of CYEI property in any form will not be tolerated. Such act shall attract payment for damages and disciplinary actions.
Students must respect parking arrangements established by the management, and ensure to secure your car (vehicles are parked at owner's risk).
ICT Employability Skills Training (IEST) Students:
The attendance policy below is not strictly relevant to the ICT Employability Skills Training (IEST) program because it is delivered mostly online and the classroom based sessions, which would be communicated well in advance, may be repeated at the discretion of its Director of Studies.
Entrepreneurship Studies Students:
An excused absence is one in which the student has a medical or other acceptable cause for missing a class. The absence must be approved in advance or at the time of the missed class.
If a student has an excused absence:
Up to 20% of days of classroom training per Element sessions can be missed and made up.
If more than 20% of classroom training is missed during the Element sessions, the student may be asked to repeat that Element session. The Director of Studies in consultation with CYEI Executive Director will determine if the class can be made up, based on the ability of the student and the resources of the training center.
An unexcused absence is one in which either of the following is true:
The student does NOT have a medical or other acceptable cause for missing a class or
The absence is NOT approved in advance or at the time of the missed class (and there is no acceptable reason why this approval was not sought).
If a student has an unexcused absence:
If 20% or more of classroom training per Element sessions is missed:
The student will be notified that further unexcused absences during that Element sessions may mean dismissal from the session.
The Student must agree to make up the work, either at the training center or at home through other resources, depending on the ability of the training center to handle the supervision of the work.
If more than 50% of classroom training is missed per Element sessions:
Generally, the Student will be asked to repeat the Element. Under certain circumstances, the Director of Studies will determine if the class can be made up, based on the ability of the Student and the resources at the training center.
The Student will be permitted to repeat the Element sessions if he/she makes a commitment to learning during future training sessions, without unexcused absences.
The Student's sponsor will be notified and the incident will be documented in the Student's evaluation.
Student Behaviour and Dressing
All students must be well behaved and demonstrate high moral standards.
Behave courteously to instructors, management and fellow students.
Fighting, bullying, or verbal assault is strongly prohibited at CYEI.
Any act of sexual harassment will not be tolerated.
Stealing in any form is prohibited.
No alcoholic drink is allowed within CYEI premises.
No smoking within CYEI premises.
Betting or betting related game is prohibited within CYEI premises.
Secret groupings or unionism is prohibited.
Students are expected to dress appropriately (no baggy trousers, sagging, skimpy skirts, tube tops, micro-miniskirts, and torn clothing).
Use of IT Equipment
Food, snacks, and drinks are not allowed in the classrooms and computer labs.
Any hardware or software problem must be reported immediately to the ICT Director or the ICT Assistant.
Damage caused by the intentional misuse or vandalism of equipment will be charged to the person who committed the act.
No student is allowed to take away from the computer room any piece of hardware, software or reference manual belonging to the CYEI.
Do not allow anyone else to use your user account and do not use another individual's account.
Students are prohibited from using CYEI networks to perform any illegal or inappropriate act (e.g. hacking, online gambling, fraud, scam, pornography, etc.).
If you feel you have identified a security problem on the internet, you must notify the ICT Director or Assistant.
Students must honor copyrights and licenses, as well as the legal rights of the software producers and network providers.
Any user identified as a security risk may be denied access to the network.