- If the candidate withdraws on or before 7 days post the fee payment date, and before the commencement of the programme, 10% of the programme fees shall be forfeited and balance amount shall be refunded.
- If the candidate withdraws on or before one month after the commencement of the programme, 20% of the programme fees shall be forfeited and balance amount shall be refunded.
- If the candidate withdraws after one month from the commencement of the programme and before the completion of phase-1 in the programme, 50% of the programme fees shall be forfeited and balance amount shall be refunded. (Note: Phase-1 completion meaning the online components completion, irrespective of the practicum components submissions deadline and grading of the same)
- If the candidate withdraws after the completion of phase-1 in the programme, 100% of the programme fees shall be forfeited.
- If the candidate is expelled from the programme at any time after the start of the programme due to the breach of honor code (description of honor code available later in the document) and violation of code of conduct (such as misuse of IP right, illegal sharing of programme data, plagiarism etc.) there will be no refund and 100% of the programme fees shall be forfeited.
- Candidate cannot claim refund if they drop out of the programme for any reason beyond the timelines mentioned in the refund policy. They can however join the next batch by paying the applicable fee.
USAGE OF PROGRAMME CONTENT AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS
The content, information, courseware, products and services ("Services") published, available or provided on the Experiential Entrepreneurship Programme (EEP) Learning Management System (LMS) Portal. This "Portal" is owned, maintained and monitored by the Indian School of Business - Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (ISB CIE)
(Henceforth addressed as "Us", "We" or "Our")
- ISB, CIE reserves the right to amend, revise or update the programme content and courseware offered to you as considered suitable or desirable by ISB, CIE without prior notice.
- We grant You a personal, restricted, non-transferable, non-exclusive, and revocable license to use the Portal, the Services, and the Content and Courseware offered through the Portal till the time to the completion of the certification course that You have enrolled for or the termination of this Agreement according to the Terms and Conditions set forth herein, whichever is earlier.
- The Services and the Content and Courseware are provided solely for Your personal and non-commercial use to assist You in completing the certification course You have registered for ("Restricted Purpose").
- You are permitted online access to the Portal, the Services, and the Content and Courseware.
- You are not permitted to reproduce, transmit, distribute, sub-license, broadcast, disseminate, or prepare derivative works of the Content and Courseware, or any part thereof, in any manner or through any communication channels or means, for any purpose other than the Restricted Purpose, without Our prior written consent.
- Usage of the content of the Portal for activities beyond “Restricted Purpose” will result in immediate termination of this Agreement.
- While You are granted a limited and non-exclusive right to use the Portal, the Services, and the Content and Courseware for the Restricted Purpose as set forth in this Agreement, You acknowledge and agree that We are the sole and exclusive owner of the Website, the Services and the Content and Courseware and as such are vested with all Intellectual Property Rights and other proprietary rights in the Portal, the Services, and the Content and Courseware.
- You acknowledge and agree that this Agreement other than permitting You to use the Portal, the Services, and the Content and Courseware for the Restricted Purpose does not convey to You in any manner or form any right, title or interest of a proprietary, or any other nature in the Portal, the Services, and the Content and Courseware.
In accordance with the Honour Code, all participants should,
1. Refrain from offences such as copying, cheating, plagiarizing, lying and colluding with other EEP participants (Non-Team Members/Team Members) in a manner not permitted by EEP, giving or receiving unauthorized aid, and resorting to bribery or intimidation to obtain an advantage over others.
2. Mention appropriate citations in any academic exercise such as stated Deliverables/Tool kits (at the end of each Phase), Prototypes and quizzes etc. as determined in the course structure of EEP. Some examples of violation of the Honour Code include:
- Sharing oral and written information during examinations or consulting written materials not authorized in the Course.
- Unauthorized collaboration
- Submitting another participant’s work as Your own
3. Maintain honesty in what You claim to have achieved academically and otherwise for the purpose of gaining any entry into the programme.
4. Uphold the spirit and letter of the Honour Code on Your part and cooperate in reporting violations of the Code by others.
5. Honour Code violations can be easily avoided if a few things are kept in mind.
- Understand all guidelines for academic assignments. Ask the EEP team (student coordinator), and do not rely on other participants for this information.
- Do not be tempted to take shortcuts not permitted by the course structure of EEP. Think about the value of personal integrity and the consequences of being caught.
- Be prepared in all academic work.
- Cite the resources from which academic assistance is gained - including people. Plagiarism is a violation of the Honour Code regardless of whether You are deliberately trying to pass off someone else’s words or thoughts as Your own or whether it is simply the result of sloppy scholarship.
I hereby release and agree to hold ISB harmless from, and waive on behalf of myself, my heirs, and any personal representatives any and all cause of action, claims, demands, damages, costs, expenses and compensation for damage or loss to myself and / or property that may be caused by an act, or failure to act, or that may otherwise arise in any way in connection with my interactions virtually or otherwise received during the course of this program.
GOVERNING LAW AND JURISDICTION
The terms and conditions set out herein shall be construed and interpreted in accordance with the laws of India and the courts at Telangana India, shall have exclusive jurisdiction in respect thereof.
You and ISB (collectively the “parties”) agree that all disputes arising out of or in respect to participation to the EEP Program shall be referred to Arbitration on the request by the aggrieved party to be resolved by a sole arbitrator appointed by ISB. The arbitration award shall be final and binding on both the parties. The seat and venue of Arbitration shall be Hyderabad. The arbitration shall be conducted in accordance with the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 and all the proceedings shall be in English.