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What is Ragging ?
Ragging Includes the Following -:

• Any conduct by any student or students by words written or spoken has an effect of teasing or treating with rudeness any student or fresher.
• Any rowdy or indisciplined activites by any student or students which can or likely to cause hardship, physical or mental harm or fear or apprehension to any student.
• Asking the students to do any act or perform something which such student will not in the ordinary course.
• Any act by any student which has the effect of causing or likely to cause or generating a sense of shame or embarrassment so as to effect the phsyche or physique of a fresher or any junior student or students.
• Any act of financial extortion or forceful expenditure, burden put on a fresher or any the student by students.
• Further As per 3rd amendment in UGC Regulation on 29th June 2016 the definition has been expanded by including - “Any act of physical or mental abuse (including bullying and exclusion) targeted at another student (fresher or otherwise) on the ground of colour, race, religion, caste, sex, ethnicity gender (including transgender), nationality, regional origins, linguistic identity, place of birth, residence, appearance or economic background.


Anti - Ragging Measures at Campus:

1. Anti Ragging Committee.
2. C.C.T.V. Cameras.
3. Floor wise discipline squad.
4. Hoarding/Flex Board displayed at prominent places.
5. Obtaining anti - ragging self affidavits from students.
6. Quick Response/action committee for any ragging issue.


Punishable Acts at Ragging:

1. Abetment of Ragging.
2. Criminal Conspiracy to Ragging.
3. Unlawful assembly or Rioting while Ragging.
4. Criminal Intimidation.
5. Wrongful restraint or confinement or humiliation.
6. Public Nuisance or violation of decency and morals.
7. Attempt to Commit any or all the above mentioned acts.
8. All other offences includes in the definition of “Ragging”.


Administrative Action / Punishments:

The Committee established at college level titled “Anti-Ragging Cell” shall, if found guilty for any act of ragging, punish with one or combination of following :-
1. Suspension from attending classes.
2. Rustication from college.
3. Cancellation by Admission.
4. Withholding Scholarship/fellowship or any other benefit.
5. Fine up to Rs.25000 (Depends upon the nature of act)
6. Expulsion from the college and consequent debarring from The admission to any other institution for specific period.

Anti-Ragging & Student Grievance Redressal Committee




Mr. Veer Vikram Singh


Dr. Sujeet Chaturvedi


Mrs. Deepmala Srivastava


Mrs. Rohini Tripathi


Mr. Vinay Kumar


Mr. Anurag Sharma



Vasudev Nagar,
Satrikh, Barabanki-225122,
U.P. - India

Phone: +91 8756271333

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