SGI – Anti Ragging Committee

ANTI RAGGING COMMITTEE (2018-2019)

ANTI RAGGING COMMITTEE 2018-2019

As per F.No.37-3/Legal/AICTE/2009: As per the UGC guidelines, the Anti Ragging Committee to create awareness against and to prevent any ill incidents taking place in the campus. All educational institutions are required to constitute an Anti-Ragging Committee as a preventive measure against occurrence of incidents of ragging. It shall be the duty of the Anti-Ragging Committee to ensure compliance with the provisions of UGC Regulations on curbing the Menace of Ragging in the Higher Educational institutions, 2OO9 as well as the provisions of any law for the time being in force concerning ragging; and also to monitor and oversee the performance of the Anti-Ragging Squad in the prevention of ragging in the institution.

 

S.NO Name of the Member Designation Role Contact No. Email.ID
1 Dr.A.Senthil Kumar Principal/SSE Chairman 9100974518 principal@sseptp.org
2 Dr.K.Kiran  

Associate Professor, H&S

Convenor 8121966216 kiran@sseptp.org
3 Mr.Anjaneyulu  

Circle Inspector of Police

Member 9440796848
4 Mr.S.Harikrishnan  

HoD/ECE

Member 8978173978 harikrishnan@sseptp.org
5 Mr.N.Pavan Kumar  

HoD, EEE

Member pavankumar@sseptp.org
6 Mr.Prasad Reddy, HoD/CSE  

HoD, CSE

Member 9849811448 prasadreddy@sseptp.org
7 Mr.Srinivasulu, HoD/CIVIL  

HoD, CIVIL

Member 9849811448 srinivasulu@sseptp.org
8 Mrs.Swathi, HoD/MECH HoD, MECH Member 9100974517 swathi@sseptp.org
9 Mrs. P.Prathyusha, Assistant Profeesor, EEE Co-Convenor 6309712388 prathyusha@sseptp.org
10 Dr.K.Aravinthan, HoD/H&S HoD, H& S Member 9894057739 aravinthan@sseptp.org
11 Mr.D.Srinivasulu, PED PED Member 9490434121
12 Mr.T.Narendra, Police, Puttaparthi Station House Member 9182980238
13 Meda Murari Prasad Studernt, ECE 1st Year Member 9182980238 Meda.murariprasad@gmail.com
14 P.Poojitha Student, ECE 1st Year Member 8919566166 Poojithap.ece@gmail.com
15 D.Ramachandra reddy Parent Member

 What is Ragging?

Ragging includes any conduct by any student/s whether by words spoken or written or by an act which has the effect of teasing, treating or handling with rudeness a fresher or any other student, indulging in rowdy undisciplined activities by students causing annoyance, hardship, physical or psychological harm or raising fear or apprehension in any fresher or student. It also includes any act affecting the mental health and self-confidence of a fresher or any other student with or without intent to derive a sadistic pleasure or showing off power, authority or superiority by a student over any fresher or any other student, and all such incidents.

ANTI-RAGGING FLYING SQUARD 2018-19 

S.NO Name of the Member Designation Contact No. Email.ID
1 Mr.S.Harikrishnan, HoD/ ECE 8978173978 harikrishnan@sseptp.org
2 Mrs.P.Prathyusha, AP/EEE 6309712388 prathyusha@sseptp.org
3 Mrs.P.Jayalakshmi, AP/H&S 9299992527 jayalakshmi@sseptp.org
4 Mrs.Swetha Warden 9100974517 swetha@sseptp.org
5 D.Sreenivasulu PED 9490434121
6 P.Poojitha Student 8919566166

Roles and responsibilities:

All the members to ensure that ragging does not take place, by generating awareness about the grave consequences of ragging. The members will regularly visit class rooms, Canteen, Hostel, Library and other places in the college and report to the principal. They also should take precautionary measures to prevent any ragging in our college. 

Mandatory reading material for all students of Sanskrithi School of Engineering :

The legal definition of ragging is as follows:

‘Ragging’ means the doing of any act which causes, or is likely to cause any physical, psychological or physiological harm of apprehension or shame or embarrassment to a student, and includes

  • Teasing or abusing of playing Practical joke on, or causing hurt to any student.
  • Asking any student to do any act, or perform anything, which he/she would not, in the ordinary course, be willing to do or perform.

Ragging is different from other crimes because the motive is solely to get perverse pleasure. Ragging is also different from other crimes as it is actively promoted by certain sections of the society

Following types of abuses and activities will be termed as ragging:

  • Physical abuse, for example, forcing to eat, drink or smoke, forcing to dress or undress.
  • Verbal abuse, for example swear words and phrases, direct or indirect derogatory references to the person’s appearance, attire, religion, caste, family or chosen field of study.
  • Forced activity, for example

Chores for seniors e.g. copying notes, cleaning rooms, etc

Missing classes. Not being allowed to study.Staying awake late or getting up at unreasonable times Singing or dancing or performing in any other way Using foul language or shouting or cheering loudly Misbehaving with strangers, particularly women Reading or browsing porno-graphic/objectionable material

  • Lifestyle restrictions, for example

Not allowing certain kinds of clothing or accessories e.g. jeans, belts etc

 Enforcing rules regarding shaving or oiling hair. Forcing certain kinds of dress.

Restricting access to parts of the hostel e.g. common room

 Requiring certain modes of address i.e. seniors should be called Sir or Madam.

Requiring a particular wake-up time.

  • Conversational mind-games. Particular forms of interaction in which a senior or set of seniors manipulates the conversation so as to humiliate the first year student or make him/her feel stupid or insecure or generally threatened.

Observation and Directives of the Supreme Court:

The Supreme Court of India has observed that enrolment in academic pursuits or a campus life should not immunize any adult citizen from the penal provisions of the laws of the land. According to the directions of the Supreme Court if any instance of ragging is brought to the notice of the administration or the faculty, it is legally binding on the institute to report the matter to the Local Police.

Our Directives to the Seniors:

  • Seniors may solicit participation in clubs and other activities by announcing promotional events at well designated times and places. However, no fresher should be forced to attend. Participation by freshers can only be voluntary.
  • Any interaction between freshers and seniors where the seniors are friendly, welcoming and non-aggressive is encouraged.
  • Seniors are expected to maintain self-imposed discipline and restraint. In particular, they must be careful aboutAny “interaction” outside public areas. Forcing freshers to sing, dance or perform in any way under the guise of “talent search” or “interaction”.Visiting freshers’ rooms during the interaction period, or inviting freshers to their rooms.Being over-enthusiastic about making freshers participate in student activities cultural or sports.

 

Ragging has ruined countless innocent lives and careers. In order to eradicate it, Hon’ble Supreme Court in Civil Appeal No. 887 of 2009, passed the judgement wherein guidelines were issued for setting up of a Central Crisis Hotline and Anti-Ragging database.

SSE has a strict “NO RAGGING” policy. sever action is taken against those engaging in ragging. Action taken includes fines or suspension or debarred.

   Faculty in-charge

 Dr. K.Kiran,(Associate professor).

 k.kiran@sseptp.org.

NOTE: Any complaints and grievances can be mail to grievances@sanskrithibschool.com or chairman@sanskrithibschool.com