Ragging is neither a means of familiarization nor an introduction to freshers but a form of psychopathic behavior. Ragging is a violation of human rights, and a social threat, and as such it has no place in the academic environment of the college, and intensive efforts are required to be in place to prevent its occurrence at any point in time. Hence, the college has adopted an ‘anti-ragging policy’. According to the Supreme Court, Ragging is defined as an act that violates or is perceived to violate an individual student’s dignity.
The Anti-Ragging policy of the college encourages the students to socialize for the cause of Socio-Academic excellence and discourages any negative acts on the part of senior students. Therefore the ‘anti-ragging policy’ adopted by the college aims at:
- Creating, developing, and nurturing a conducive, socio-academic environment within the student population.
- Generating and maintaining confidence among new entrants and their parents/guardians and to assure that fresh entrants to the college shall be welcomed and provided with greater support, rather than being harassed and intimidated.
- Recommending necessary measures for any violation of the “Anti-Ragging Policy” by way of disciplinary actions.
Anti–Ragging Committee (ARC) has been formed at the college level to monitor various aspects related to ragging.
Dr. Rajeev Singh
Dr. Manisha Singh
Dr. Himanshi Agrawal (HOD)
Dr. Dipti Agrawal (HOD)
Dr. Ragini Tripathi (HOD)
Dr. Rajiv Sikroria (HOD)
Ms Adeeti Rai
Ms Tannu Poddar