• Grievance redressal 

It is envisioned that the committee should involve local citizens, police administration, media, and representatives of NGOs, College Professors, Non-Academic staff members, and parent and student representatives. Ragging involves abuse, humiliation, or harassment of new entrants or junior students by the senior students. It often takes a malignant form wherein the newcomers may be subjected to psychological or physical torture. Rising cases of ragging and the consequent suicides emerging from them led to the establishment of anti-ragging committees at the collegiate level. Our college has had an approximate student strength of 230. From the initial stage itself, the college seeks to foster an open, informal and inclusive relationship between the professors and students. As a result, a cooperative and cohesive relationship can also be observed among the junior and senior student batches in the college. Full-day welcome trips organized by senior students for the new ones by keeping into focus an environmental consciousness allows intermingling of the students under the supervision of professors in a playful yet useful manner. The bonds created from such initiatives enhance the cohesiveness among the students regardless of the seniority in terms of their duration of study in the institution. With the above-established scenario, it should be noted that the college has not recorded even a single case of ragging as of today. Yet, to avert any incident of ragging, in accordance with the university guidelines, the college has formed an anti-ragging committee which involves one student representative each from the second and third year and further supplemented two student representatives of the first year, of which, one mandatorily is a woman student.