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Anti Ragging

ANTI RAGGING SECTION

St.Mother Teresa Group of Colleges is strictly a no-ragging zone and hence it is mandatory for all the students. Ragging is strictly banned on the premises of St.Mother Teresa Group of Colleges. If anybody found indulging in such activities, strict action will be taken irrespective of the extent.
What comes under Ragging?
• Extracting money in various ways.
• Physical, sexual and mental abuse.
• Any misconduct by words whether written or spoken and which has the effect of teasing, rudeness, or psychological harm and adversely affects the physique or psyche of fresher or junior students by any senior or batch mates.
• Forcing a student to perform an act that leads to a sense of shame, torment, or embarrassment affecting his/her physique or psyche.
• Any act which prevents/disturbs/disrupts the academic activities of the student.

At St. Mother Teresa Group of Colleges the management has decided to set up an anti-ragging squad which would ensure the following things:-
• To ensure that there is No- Ragging in any form in the College Campus.
• To ensure strict disciplinary action against those who are found to be involved in ragging activities.
• To root out ragging in all its forms from the institution by prohibiting it by law and preventing its occurrence by following the provisions of the Regulations of Supreme Court and UGC.
• Spell out suitable punishments to those found guilty.

At St.Mother Teresa Group of Colleges, the management has set up few protocols in order to help students to report ragging activities in the College Campus. The protocols are as follows:-
• To ensure absolutely No-Ragging in the College campus.
• To ensure strict disciplinary action against those who are found to be involved in ragging activities.
• To root out ragging in all its forms from the institution by prohibiting it by law and preventing its occurrence by following the provisions of the Regulations of Supreme Court and UGC.
• Spell out suitable punishments to those found guilty.

National Anti Ragging Help
• In order to control and eradicate the occurrence of ragging cases, the Hon’ble Supreme Court in Civil Appeal No. 887 of 2009 has issued a guideline for setting up of a Central Crisis Hotline and Anti-Ragging database.
• In accordance with the orders, UGC (University Grants Commission), Govt. of India has developed a dedicated web portal to lodge a complaint, track its status, and also to gain access to anti-ragging undertaking.
• For more details, please visit http://antiragging.in/.

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