Ragging is a criminal offence

Ragging is a punishable offence. Ragging of all kind is strictly banned in the college campus. Anybody caught indulging in this evil exercise shall face penalty under the law. Act remotely
suggestive of ragging should be reported to the college authorities/to the member of anti ragging committee. A student who commits the offence of ragging shall be punishable with imprisonment for a term, which may extend to three years or shall also be liable to a fine,
which may extend to Rs. 50,000 or both.
In order to have zero tolerance and its total elimination from the educational institutions
Hon’ble Supreme Court of India vide its orders dated 4th May, 2001; 16th May, 2007 and
11th Feb. 2009 has directed as under:
―Ragging is banned in the institution. Anyone indulging in ragging is liable to be
punished appropriately. Punishment shall be exemplary and justifiably harsh.‖ Punishment for
ragging includes:
Imprisonment, fine or both.
Expulsion from the institution, suspension from the institution or classes for a limited
period or fine with a public apology.
Withholding scholarship or other benefits.
Debarring from representation in events.
Withholding of results.
Suspension of expulsion from hostel or mess and the like.

Anti-Ragging Committee

Memeber Name Contact No.
Dr. P.R.Bhardwaj (Convener) +91-9418086382
Dr. Rajesh Trehan +91-7018478363
Prof. Priyanka Randhava +91-9418231641
Prof. Manoj +91-9805557806
Prof. Vinod +91-7018558812
Prof. Navdeep Kaur Shah +91-9418174748
Dr. Zafar Ali +91-9418381840
Dr. Sarita Thakur +91-9816846776