We feel proud to share with all of you that Ragging is banned in and around the college premises. Anyone found guilty of ragging and abetting is liable to be punished appropriately. Honourable Supreme Court of India has laid down very strict rules for implementation of Anti Ragging measures to avoid the occurrence of undesirable activities such as ragging inside or outside the campus. Any individual or collective act or practice of ragging constitutes gross indiscipline. Ragging ordinarily, means an act conducted or practiced, by which power or status of senior students is brought to bear upon students freshly enrolled or students who are in any way considered junior by other students.
Ragging includes individual or collective acts/practices such as:
- Physical assault, threat or use of physical force.
- Violating the dignity of female students.
- Ridiculing or forcing students or hurting their sentiments and self-esteem.
- Entailing verbal abuse, aggression and indecent behavior
Strict norms have been laid out to ensure the smooth induction of new students into the campus as well as to ensure that no undesirable activity takes place under any circumstances. All students are made to sign an anti-ragging declaration. Exemplary punishments will be accorded to the defaulting students which may include rustication from the College and handing over to the police for dealing with the criminal offense of ragging.
The Anti –Ragging Committee has been formed that ensures the congenial environment in and outside the college premises. The Committee carries out a very detailed study on the various factors contributing to ragging and collects public opinion. The Committee also submits a detailed report with suitable recommendations and measures required to effectively curb the menace.