Anti-Ragging – Regulatory Measures
Ensuring Safe and Respectful Campuses:
At Narayana Hrudayalaya Foundations, we take pride in fostering an inclusive and respectful learning environment for all our students. As we embark on this incredible journey of education, it is crucial to address a pressing issue that threatens the well-being of our student community - ragging.
Our Commitment to Zero Tolerance:
At Narayana Hrudayalaya Foundations, we are dedicated to maintaining a zero-tolerance policy against ragging. We firmly believe that education thrives in an atmosphere of mutual respect and understanding. Our institution stands united in creating a space where every student feels safe, comfortable, and able to focus on their academic pursuits without fear or intimidation.
Understanding Our Anti-Ragging Policies:
Awareness and Education: We strive to raise awareness among all students about the negative consequences of ragging. Regular workshops, seminars and orientation programs are conducted to sensitize students to the importance of building a healthy campus culture.
Strong Disciplinary Actions: Any student found involved in ragging activities will face severe disciplinary actions, which may include suspension, expulsion, or legal consequences, depending on the severity of the incident.
Confidential Reporting Mechanism: We have established a confidential reporting mechanism that allows students to report incidents of ragging without fear of retaliation. All reports will be treated with utmost confidentiality and appropriate actions will be taken promptly.
Counseling and Support: We understand that the victims of ragging may face emotional distress. Our institution provides counseling and support services to help affected students cope and recover.
Formation of anti-ragging committees & anti-ragging squads to assist authorities in curbing the menace of ragging. The following committees and squads will support the college authorities in deciding all the matters relating to ragging:
Anti-ragging Main-Committee - Principals of all the three colleges, along with the HR manager of NHF, faculty, senior batch student members as well as an inspector from the local police station.
The committee will meet periodically to review the situation and initiate effective measures.
Depending upon necessity, the committee will also meet in the hostel.
The committee as a whole or in separate groups will undertake surprise visits to hostels and other areas in the college and ensure that no incidents of ragging has been taking place.
It is responsible to initiate disciplinary action & take appropriate regulatory measures against ragging.
Anti-ragging Sub-Committee – Faculty from all three colleges and senior batch student members.
The committee must record the complaint raised against ragging & thus initiating the enquiry of the incident reported.
The committee is responsible to understand the purpose & root cause of the incident and the parties involved in it.
The committee has to be careful to explore the proof related to the incident and report the consequences of the incident to the main Anti-ragging Committee to take the decision.
Anti-ragging Flying Squad – NHF’s Admin Executives, Hostel warden and Faculty Hostel In-Charge, amongst others.
Flying squads are responsible to conduct a surprise survey in & around the college campus & hostel to notice the occurrence of ragging.
It is responsible to make continuous & keen observations on ragging at all the times & take precautionary measures to ensure that no ragging takes place.
It helps to ensure that there is no room for ragging within the college premises, class rooms, hostel premises and other outside surrounding places.
Kindly note that each student of the college and his/her parents or guardians are hereby required to submit a combined undertaking at the time of registration, in the prescribed format, which is mandatory for registration.