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Education has benefited from the inclusion of technology and computers by making it easier for

students to keep up while helping teachers by improving the way lessons can be planned and
taught. Students can also look up lessons on websites or through email rather than lugging heavy
textbooks with them every day. Technology has made research far easier than in the past.
Decades ago, students learned history by going to the library and thumbing through history
books and encyclopedias. Today, many of those same books are available in digital format and
can be accessed online. As the Internet has grown, so too has the available research options.
Students can research topics in minutes rather than the hours it used to take. To fulfill all these
purpose, department of management science has two updated research labs. Yet there is no
standard operating procedure available for take care of hardware and software of these labs.
Department of management sciences providing some suggestion in this regards.
1. SOPs:
a. Students must have valid student ID to sign up for resources (computers and/or
materials).
b. Students should login into the computer through their provided login and id
c. All lab computers should be banned for social sites eg. Facebook etc
d. Computer s h o u l d b e a v a i l a b l e f o r use on first come, first serve.
e. Food, Beverages and Tobacco-Eating, drinking or use of tobacco products is
prohibited.
f. Cell Phones-All cell phones/PDS's are to be turned off or set to silent while in
the lab.
g. Disruptive behavior-Such as shouting or cursing will not be tolerated.
h. Loud Conversations-Should be kept to a minimum while in the lab. If a
student needs to converse with another student, conversations are to conducted
in a quiet manner that will not disturb other lab users. Students who become
disruptive will be asked to leave.
i. Students working in the lab are expected to show respect toward other students,
faculty and staff. Loitering or socializing in the labs is not allowed. Open
labs are quiet areas-loud talking, holding conversations is not allowed
j. Saving Files-Anything saved on the computer hard drive (My Document
folder/ desktop, etc.) will be deleted. Data files created in the lab should be
saved directly on a USB/zip/flash drive.
k. Changing Hardware and Software Configurations-Changing hardware and
software configurations in the computer labs is prohibited. This includes
modifications of the settings, configurations of printers and modification of
system software. Violators of this policy will be referred to the proper authority
for appropriate action, which may include the loss of computer privileges.
l. Any damage to hardware of computer will banned the student
permanently, and student also need to provide new hardware against that.
2. Requirements:
a. To maintain this behavior in the lab requires the presence of lab attendant on both
shift (morning and afternoon)
b. Department have three students printers with them and those are not yet installed
in labs. Due to which students are facing high cost of printing. So there is also an
urgent need of their installment.