No to Ragging

 A coward is incapable of exhibiting love, it is the prerogative of the brave.

Under Section 26(1)(g) of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956 Anti Ragging Committee is formed with definite rules are displayed on the notice board for awareness of the students. Following the amendment DYP have procedures wherein meetings by Anti-Squad members at regular interval, Surprising visits to hostels, in campus and off campus area. Billboards and analysis of ragging consequences are displayed in all student sections; canteens, restroom, hostels, classes, auditorium, etc. Programs concerning to these activities are hosted in campus and hostels.

Anti Ragging Committee Academic Year (2022-23)


Sr.No.Name of MemberDesignation
3Mr.Abhijit H.PatilMember


 List of Measures taken to curb menace of Ragging:

  • Anti-Ragging Committee is formed.
  • Anti-Ragging squads are constituted.
  • Signed affidavits from students & parents at the beginning of the academic year were taken.
  • Complaint boxes are provided at various locations in Institute.
  • Prominent display of anti-ragging posters ismade.
  • Hostel warden – full time with cell phone-available for 24 Hrs, isexclusively appointed.
  • Definition of Ragging and Punishments in all notice boards isdisplayed.
  • Distribution & display of important phone numbers of Principal / Warden / senior faculty / Management  members, District & Sub-divisional authorities and Police officers.
  • Senior Mentors & faculty in-charges are allotted for freshers, divided into small groups.
  • Class councilors for each class are assigned.
  • Grievance redressal cell at the central level is formed.
  • Constant vigilance at key places is planned. 
  • Cultural / sports function – joint program will be arranged 
  • Each student will have college ID card.
  • Fresher day will be arranged. 
  • Principal addressed all staff & students on Ragging.
  • Parents are involved & informed of Ragging Act.

The punishment may also include any of the following:

  • Expulsion from the Institution and consequent debarring from admission to any other Institution.
  • Cancellation of admission. 
  • Suspension from attending classes 
  • Withholding results. 
  • Suspension, expulsion from the hostel.
  • Rigorous imprisonment up to ten years (by Court of Law) etc.