Antiragging Committee And SQUAD

Anti Ragging Complaint Form

Anti Ragging Undertaking by Students and Parents/Guardians

Anti Ragging Rules

  • The following is a description of what constitutes ragging as per the Raghavan Committee recommendation to the Supreme Court: Ragging is as any act which violates the dignity of the individual student or is perceived to violate his/her dignity. Ragging is a cognizable, non-bailable, non compoundable offence with punishment ranging from one year imprisonment and fine upto 7 years rigorous imprisonment and fine.

    Broadly ragging can be categorized in the following way for which various term of punishment are prescribed

    • Verbal: Where senior causes mental harassment, discomfort for the junior by forcing him/her to answer unacceptable/ personal questions, dance, sing etc is said to rag the junior. It also includes within its ambit cyber ragging. Punishment: 1 year imprisonment or fine or both.
    • Severe Verbal Ragging: Where the mental harassment, discomfort is to such an act as forces the junior to withdraw from the college. Punishment: 7 year imprisonment with fine.
    • Physical: Any act by the senior towards the junior which in icts bodily injury on the junior, like beating the junior, hitting him/her with objects etc. Punishment: 7 year imprisonment with fine.
    • Sexual Ragging: Where the senior asks the junior to do an act which damages sexual dignity of the junior. Punishment: 7 year rigorous imprisonment and fine.

Penalty for Ragging (Institute Level)

  • For further information, please read attached document on AICTE regulations Antiragging Committee And SQUAD

  • Expulsion from the educational institution, if found guilty on inquiry by the Institution against a complaint lodged by any other student.
  • Any student convicted with imprisonment shall be dismissed from the educational institution in which he/she has been prosecuting his studies for the time being and shall not be readmitted to that educational institution.