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What Constitute Ragging?

As per the AICTE Regulations dated 25.03.2020, UGC Regulations dated 17.06.2020 and direction of Hon’ble Supreme Court of India “Ragging” constitutes one or more of any of the following acts with or without any intension by any student or group of students.

  • Any act of indiscipline, Teasing or Handling with Rudeness,
  • Any acts that Prevents, Disrupts or Disturbs the Regular academic Activity.
  • Any activity which is likely to cause Annoyance, Hardship, Physical or Psychological Harm or Creates Fear.
  • Any acts of Financial Extortion or Forceful Expenditure.
  • Any acts of Physical Abuse causing Assault, Harm or danger to health or life.
  • Any act of Abuse by Spoken Words, E-mail, SMS, MMS or Public insult etc.
  • Any act of Injury to the Fundamental Right to Human Dignity.
  • Act of Wrongful Confinement, use of Criminal Force Trespass or Intimidation.
  • Any Unlawful Assembly or Abatement or Conspiracy to "Ragging".
Punishment to those found guilty :

Any Student or Group of Students found guilty of “Ragging” in the Campus or Hostels or College Buses or even out side the campus shall be liable for one or more of the following punishments;

  • Suspension from attending classes and Academic Privileges.
  • Suspension or Expulsion from Hostels/College Bus.
  • Debarring from Appearing in any Seasonal test/ University Examination.
  • F.I.R. against the Concerned Student or Group of Students.
  • Withdrawing Scholarship and Other Benefits.
  • Fine upto Rs, 25,000/- to the Concerned Student or Group of Students.
  • Rustication from the Institution for the period of One to Four Semesters.
  • Expulsion from the Institution and also Debarring from Admission to any other Institution through University.
  • Entry in the Character/ Transfer Certificates regarding the Punishment given for any Act of “Ragging”.

Complaint may be reported to respective tutor Guardians, Bus In charge, HOD’s, Dean, Director.

“Name of the Complainant will not be disclosed”