Anti Ragging

The institute has accepted the guidelines issued by the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India in connection with Civil Writ Petition No.656 of 1998 filed by Viswa Jagriti Mission Vs Central Government and others. The Supreme Court directed that ragging in educational institutes should be prevented and appropriate measures should be taken by AICTE for prevention of ragging. As, such ragging, in any form, on any student, inside or outside the college premises or hostel is strictly prohibited.

The college reserves the right to cancel at any stage th e admission of a candidate who have been found disqualified in accordance with the rules and regulations or for involvement in activities like ragging.

It is a call of every responsible citizen, victims of ragging, Hon'ble Supreme Court of India and AICTE that the root of ragging should be weeded out. All the students should cooperate for the eradication of ragging. A student or a group of students found guilty of involvement in any sort of ragging should be imposed with the penalty equivalent to the quantum of delinquency as per the following:

  • Detention of scholarship, if any.
  • Suspension of classes.
  • Rustication from college
  • Lodging of FIR.
  • Cash penalty
  • Detention from writing the test/examination
  • Detention from participation in campus recruitment drives
  • Cancellation of job offer letters

If a fresher is forced to do anything, which results in his/her mental discomfort, it should be interpreted as ragging, which is banned by Hon'ble Supreme Court of India.


  • List of Anti Ragging Committee for the academic year 2016-2017