Many research studies have conclusively shown that distance learners perform equal to or better than their on-campus students.
Freedom of speech and expression is highly valued not only in an academic setting but also throughout society at large. To that effect, students at JLI are expected to adhere to a specific code of conduct as mentioned in this page.
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All JLI students must:
- Access JLI courses only for lawful purposes.
- Respect the privacy of all members but not limited to fellow students, mentors, tutors, faculty members. administrators and other staff.
- Respect the integrity of JLI’s computer systems.
- Respect the diversity of opinions among all members at JLI including but not limited to mentors, tutors and fellow students and respond to them in a courteous manner.
- Maintain an environment that is free of harassment, stalking, threats, abuse, insults, or humiliation to the all members at JLI including but not limited to mentors, tutors and fellow students. This includes, but is not limited to demeaning written or oral comments of an ethnic, religious, sexist (or sexual orientation), or racist nature; and the unwanted sexual advances or intimidations by email, or on OCTC and other postings wherever applicable. JLI has a ‘zero tolerance policy’ on such issues.
- Abide by all rules and regulations published by the Institute and agree to be subject to disciplinary actions as described by JLI.
Training methodology adopted by JLI is in accordance with the “Conversational Model of Laurillard” and follows its unique criteria of adaptability, interactive discussions and multi-directional reflection of students performance.