As per the year 2013 Gazette of India published, it is required to get the on-line anti-ragging undertaking by each student. Each student and their parent need to take on-line anti-ragging undertaking. A copy of the undertaken need to be given to the counselors by each student.The two different links are provided for all the students starting from I year to final year to take an undertaking. The two websites provide “ANTI RAGGING Undertaking BY STUDENTS AND PARENTS/GUARDIANS”.
UGC REGULATIONS ON CURBING THE MENACE OF RAGGING IN HIGHER EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS is availabe by clicking the following link.
Anti-ragging rules from statutory bodies are provided as follows:
- As per the orders of the Supreme Court, Govt. of India, UGC, AICTE, Govt. of Karnataka, VTU, ”Ragging” is a Criminal Offence leading lo Non-Bail able Imprisonment. Students should not indulge in ragging or support ragging directly or indirectly in whatsoever manner. Severe action will be initiated against those indulging in ragging or supporting ragging.
- Ragging means causing, inducing, compelling or forcing a student, whether by way of a practical joke or otherwise, to do any act which detracts from human dignity or violates his/her person or exposes him/her to ridicule or to forbear from doing any lawful act, by intimidating, wrong fully confining or injuring him or by using criminal force on him / her or by holding out to him / her any threat of such intimidation, wrongful restraint, wrongful confinement, injury or the use of criminal force.
- Ragging Menace is a criminal offence and such of the students who involve in ragging will be rusticated from the college. Further, their University degree and conduct certificates will be embossed in BOLD letters with a statement that they indulged in ragging.
- d) Students indulging and/or encouraging ragging will not be eligible for placement services, hostel facility, air concession, railway concession, scholarships, passport/visa clearance etc.
- Photographs of students who have been involved in ragging shall be published in the notice board and also published in local newspapers.
- Enquiry committee’s decision regarding the punishment is final.
- The offence of ragging is not only punishable under Section 116 of the Karnataka Education Act, 1983, but also under various provisions envisaged in Sections 109, 110, 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, 116,302,305,306, 339, 340, 341. 342, 343, 344, 346, 347, 354, 359, 368,448,451 and 506 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).
The college has constituted multiple anti ragging committees to curb ragging and make Ragging free campus.
The different committees are –
- Anti-Ragging/Drug Abuse/Smoking/Alcohol Consumption – Review Committee
- Anti-Ragging Committee/Drug Abuse/Smoking/Alcohol Consumption (College Level)
- Anti-Ragging/Drug Abuse/Smoking/Alcohol Consumption-Review Committee
|Sl.no||Name of the staff||Designation||Position|
|1.||Dr.Gajendra Singh||Principal R.V.C.N||Chairman|
|2.||Mrs. Mamata Nishcal||Assoc., Professor,||Member Secretary|
|3.||Mrs. Sheela J.||Asst., Professor||Member|
|4.||Mrs. Veena K||Residential Warden(Girls Hostel)||Member|
|5.||Mr. Manjunath||Residential Warden(Boys Hostel)||Member|
|6.||Representatives of I, II, III & IV year Basic B.Sc., Nursing students||Four Students Representatives||Members|
|7.||Representatives of I year Basic B.Sc., Nursing students parents||Parents of I Year BSc Students||Members|
2. Anti-Ragging Committee/Drug Abuse/Smoking/Alcohol Consumption ( College Level)
|Sl. No.||Name(Duties assigned during 2017-19)||Dept.||Sl. No.||Name(Duties assigned during 2017-19)||Dept.|
|1||Dr.. K.N. Subramanya, Principal||Off.||13||Dr. G.S. Anitha||EEE|
|2||Lt. Col. Ishwar Doddamani, Dy. Dir||Off.||14||Dr. Deepashree Devaraj||EIE|
|3||Dr. N.Shanmukha||Off.||15||Mrs. Swetha S||ISE|
|4||Heads of Departments.||All Depts.||16||Dr. Usha J.||MCA|
|5||Wardens, Deputy Wardens, Residential Wardens||Hostels||17||Mr. T.P. Mithun||ETE|
|6||Dr. Sumathra||BT||18||Dr. K. Natarajan||CHY|
|7||Dr. Manjula Sarode||CH||19||Dr. Satish M.||Maths|
|8||Mr. Ram Tilak||CV||20||Mr. Satyanarayana – Foreman||ME|
|9||Dr. K Badrinath||CSE||21||MDr. Shubha S||PHY|
|10||Mr. Girish V.A||ME||22||NCC Students (2 members)||NCC|
|11||Dr. Veena Devi S.V. .||ECE||23||Dr. B.V. Uma*||Off.|
|12||Dr. B.T. Chitra||IEM||24||Inspector of Police, Kengeri Police.|
To make all the students aware of ragging the institution has taken a pro-active measure by dissimilating the information.
- The rules book of the college and hand book of general information given to students at the time of admission clearly mentions the anti-ragging rules.
- Printed posters are placed in all the departments, canteen, administration block, etc.
- During the inauguration of the first year students, fresher are instruction the ill-effect of ragging or encourage ragging.
- Orientation program also has a secession on anti-ragging and its ill effect.
- Students of all the higher semester are called for anti-ragging awareness program during which the local Inspector of Police is invited to address.
The punishment for the students who are involved in ragging and/or encouraging may be
- Suspension or expulsion from hostel or mess, and the like.
- Their University degree and conduct certificates will be embossed with a statement that they had indulged in ragging in BOLD letters.
- They will not be eligible for placement will not be eligible for placement services, Hostel facility, air concession, railway concession, scholarships, passport/visa clearance etc.
- Photographs of students who have been involved in ragging and against whom prima facie cases are made out shall be published in the Notice Boards put up in conspicuous places.