Our Policy

Admission Policy

While some courses have course-specific prerequisites, KITE has some official admission requirements. Any student, fulfilling the desired requirement can sign up for a course at KITE. KITE does not discriminate with regard to race, color, creed, age, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, national origin or religion.

Nondiscrimination Policy

KITE is an equal opportunity training institution and employer and will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, disability, age, religion, creed, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, national origin, veteran’s status, or sexual orientation.Harassment or intimidation of a student, guest or employee because race, color, disability, age,religion, creed, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, national origin, veteran’s status, or sexual orientation is specifically prohibited and may be grounds for termination of employment or dismissal from the premise. Harassment and intimidation includes, but is not limited to, abusive, foul or threatening language or behavior. Issues of discriminatory treatment, harassment, or intimidation on any of these bases should be immediately reported to management via the grievance policy and, if substantiated, prompt action will be taken to remedy the situation. It is also the policy of this organization that all individuals with a disability are entitled to a reasonable accommodation or modifications to the property that will permit equal opportunity to use and enjoy the premises.

Confidentiality Policy

KITE employees have the responsibility to comply with confidentiality rights of all students. This includes all information obtained through the course opted, including but not limited to personal identifiable information and test scores, which shall remain within the organization. KITE reserves the right to use the personal information collected for organizational mailing lists. This mailing list may be used to inform applicants or students of upcoming events and/or special promotions. Applicants and students may opt out of the mailing list at any time. Regardless of whether an individual has opted out of the mailing list, KITE may contact the individual regarding important information related to an already purchased event. This may include important information such as an event cancellation, postponement, or relocation. It may also include a question or problem related to an order or payment.KITE will not sell or rent personally identifiable information to anyone. KITE may need to send personally identifiable information outside of the organization for reporting purposes such as for certification (e.g., sending scores to the Building Performance Institute) or for continuing education (e.g., sending student information to the American Institute of Architects for credentialing maintenance). KITE may also send personal information to others when required to do so by law. All other requests for student information from outside entities will only be honored if KITE receives express consent from the individual.

Attendance Policy

  • Attendance is taken daily and recorded. Students need to have 75% attendance as per the university norms. The details of attendance is sent to the parents on regular basis.
  • At the end of the class, if the student’s attendance has not improved, he or she will be subject to dismissal. The Director will make this decision. Students have a right to appeal.
  • Students with attendance dismissals will not be re-admitted to the class due to the amount of information that will not be re-presented during the session.
  • Students dismissed for reasons unrelated to attendance may be re-admitted at the discretion of the Instructor(s) and Director if the student demonstrates self-awareness of the unproductive behavior and agrees to follow the course policies. If a student’s dismissal prevents compliance with the minimum attendance requirement, the student will not be re-admitted to the course. If a student is re-admitted and a second dismissal is issued, that student will not be readmitted.The appeal must be submitted in written form within five days of notification .

Academic Progress Policy

In order to be making satisfactory academic progress toward a certificate, student must maintain specified grade averages on homework, quizzes and any field skills assessments and proceed through the program at a pace leading to completion in a specified time frame. Satisfactory academic progress will be evaluated at regular intervals during the program. Student must maintain an overall academic grade point average of 70 percent. If a student falls below either criterion listed above, the student is considered failing and is subject to termination. Students have the right to an appeal.

Employment Assistance Policy

KITE can assist students with placement and employment-related services upon request. KITE maintains relationships with employers across the India and strives to connect them with qualified, work-ready job candidates. Additional employment services can include resume preparation, job interview guidance, hosting of career events and recommendations for additional trainings that can help advance a student’s career.