The students can submit their grievances in writing to the Grievance redressal cell through the Principal. The cell will meet as and when it is required and take suitable measures / solutions for the grievances addressed to it.
The Anti-Ragging Committee shall be headed by the Head of institutions and shall consist of representatives of faculty members, civil administration, police administration, local media, NGOs, Parents, students belonging to the fresher’s category as well as seniors and non-teaching staff.
Members of the Anti-ragging Committee
Anti-Ragging Squad – should be nominated by the Head of the Institution with such representation as considered necessary to keep it mobile, alert and in patrolling function. The squad should make surprise raids in hostels and other hot spots and be empowered to inspect places of potential ragging. It should work under the overall guidance of the Anti-ragging committee.
Monitoring Cell – is mainly to oversee and involve senior students as Mentors for the ‘freshers’. This cell should be formed at the end of every academic year. There should be as many levels of tiers of Mentors as the number of batches in the institutions. The Anti-ragging squad and the Heads of institution should be involved in selecting the members of the cell.
As per G.O. No. A2. 7130 / 2009 dt. 29.09.09 a committee with the following members is formed to ensure ethics in the use of IT resources and conduct of cultural activities.
Anti-Alcoholic Army is a youth movement to create an awareness against the dangers of alcoholism and to motivate the students to fight against tendencies of addiction.
The committee is constituted in accordance with the provisions of the sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (prevention, Prohibition and Redress) Act 2013.
The club in constituted in accordance with the implementation of the NALSA ( Legal Service tot he victims of Drug Abuse & Eradication of Drug Menace) scheme 2015.
A green protocol committee has been constituted in our college for preserving the greenary in the campus with the following members.
The Faculty conducts weekly religion and moral instruction classes for the Christian and non-Christian students of all the classes. It also organises retreats, seminars, orientation programmes, prayer meetings etc. both for the students and the teaching and non-teaching staff.