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An anti-ragging committee in our college is a vital entity that is responsible for maintaining a safe and secure learning environment for students. Ragging, which refers to any act of physical or mental harassment or intimidation of new students by their seniors, can have serious and long-lasting effects on a student's academic and personal life.

This committee is typically made up of faculty members, administrative staff, student representatives, and other relevant stakeholders. The primary objective of the anti-ragging committee is to ensure that all students feel safe and secure on campus and that instances of ragging are swiftly and appropriately addressed. This may involve conducting regular awareness programs and training sessions for students, organizing campaigns to promote a positive campus culture, and setting up mechanisms for reporting incidents of ragging.

In addition to preventative measures, the anti-ragging committee may also take punitive action against students found to be engaging in ragging or bullying behavior. Such action may include suspension, expulsion, or even legal action in severe cases.


  1. Prevention Measures: The committee is responsible for undertaking preventive measures to prevent ragging activities, such as creating awareness among students, conducting orientation programs, and implementing policies and procedures.

  2. Complaint Mechanism: The committee establishes a complaint mechanism, where students can report any incident of ragging anonymously. The committee ensures that complaints are received in confidence and strict action is taken against the culprits.

  3. Investigation Process: The committee has a clear process for investigating complaints of ragging. This includes conducting interviews, gathering evidence, and determining whether the accused has violated the policies and procedures.

  4. Sanctions for Perpetrators: The institution imposes severe penalties, including suspension, termination, or fines, on those found guilty of ragging. The committee ensures that legal action is taken against those who violate the rules.

  5. Counseling and Support: The committee provides counseling and support to students who have been victims of ragging activities. The committee ensures that victims receive the necessary support and care to cope with the trauma.

  6. Regular Meetings: The committee conducts regular meetings to discuss the progress of anti-ragging activities and to review policies and procedures.

Overall, the Anti-Ragging Committee plays a vital role in creating a safe and supportive environment for all students. The committee ensures that all students can pursue their education without fear of any kind of harassment or discrimination.


Head Of the Institution

Dr. Anusha. R


Representative Of Legal Authority

Adv. Isac Mohanlal


Representative Of Police Administration

Mr. Sonal Pradeep

Kulasekharam Police 


Representative Of Local Media

Mr.Radha Krishnan



Representative Of NGO

Mr. Dilip Kumar


Representative Of Faculty

Dr. Vigneshwari Monisha


Dr. Keertheesvar


Representative Of Parent

Mr. Ram Prakash


Representative Of Fresher



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