Suryadatta Education Foundation’s

Suryadatta College of
Hospitality Management & Travel Tourism (SCHMTT)


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Anti-Ragging Committee for the year 2018 – 19

 

Anti Ragging Squad:

 

1. Prof.  Ulhas Chaudhari

 

2. Prof.  Prem Suryavanshi

 

3. Prof . Ankita Lonushte

 

4. Prof . Nivedita Kanitkar

 

   

Anti-ragging Committee:

 

 

 

 

Sr. No.

Name of the Members

Designation

1

Dr. Shefali Joshi

Principal

2

Prof Ulhas Chaudhari

Student Welfare Officer

3

Prof. Ankita Lonushte

Teaching Staff Representative and Secretary of the Committee

4

Mrs Netra Deshpande

Non-teaching Staff  Representative

5

Mr. Prasad Choure

Mr. Sanket Kalate

Students Representative (First Year)

6

Mr Revan Phuge

Ms. Mrunmai Junnarkar

Students Representative (Second Year)

7

Mr Akshay More

Ms Kajal Jadhav

Students Representative (Third Year)

 

Anti-Ragging Committee Role & Responsibility:


•  To publicize to all students and prevalent directives and the action that can be taken against those indulging in ragging.
•  To monitor and oversee the performance of anti ragging committee and squad in prevention of ragging in the institution.
•  To offer service of counseling and create awareness to the students
•  Consider the complaints received from the student and conduct enquiry and submit the report to the director.
•  To take necessary measures for prevention of ragging inside the campus.
•  Committee shall monitor the functioning of the vigilance and squad.
•  To maintain vigil, oversight, undertake patrolling functions and to remain mobile, alert and active at all times in the Institute.
•  To make surprise raids in the concerned vulnerable places where students generally visit and where either the incidents of ragging have occurred.
•  To submit enquiry report along with recommendations to the Anti-Ragging Committee for action under Clause 9.1(a) of the UGC Regulations.