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Shree Rishikesh Shikshan Prasarak Mandal’s


Approved by PCI, New Delhi and Govt. of Maharashtra | Affiliated with University of Mumbai
Address: Gut No.104, Devad-Vichumbe, New Panvel, Tal. Panvel, Dist. Raigad, 410206



  1. Constitution of Anti ragging cell

Every Institution University including Deemed to be University imparting technical education shall constitute a Committee to be known as the Anti-ragging Committee to be nominated and headed by the Head of the Institution, and consisting of representatives of civil and police administration, local media, , representatives of faculty members, parents, students and non-teaching staff;

  1. Rules & responsibilities of cell

College has taken various precautions as per AICTE Norms to prevent ragging

  1. Formed Anti Ragging Committee consisting of senior faculty and headed by Principal.
  2. Committee has taken steps and allotted duties to all the staff members at almost all areas in the college (i.e. canteen, parking places, different blocks, play grounds etc.) and ensure that at least one faculty member will be present at any particular time at all the locations to avoid ragging activities.
  1. Committee has taken precautions to avoid ragging activities at other locations like bus stops and given instructions and appointed student volunteers and secret informers at various boarding points.
  2. Wide canvassing about anti-ragging, is being done in the forms of Flexes, Posters and Boards in college premises and surrounding areas where there is a chance of ragging.
  3. Many awareness programmes about Anti Ragging will be conducted by Anti Ragging Committee in the form of meetings and PPTs to the senior students, faculty & non-college personnel.

Responsibilities of Anti-Ragging Committee:

Upon receiving a recommendation from the Anti-Ragging Squad or any information regarding an incident of ragging, the Head of the college must promptly assess whether the incident falls under any penal laws.
If it does, they must take action by either filing a First Information Report (FIR) themselves or through a designated member of the Anti-Ragging Committee, within 24 hours of receiving the information or recommendation.

The FIR will be filed with the police and local authorities under appropriate provisions for offences such as

  • abetment to ragging,
  • criminal conspiracy to rag,
  • unlawful assembly and rioting, public nuisance,
  • violation of decency and morals,
  • bodily harm, wrongful restraint, wrongful confinement,
  • use of criminal force,
  • assault,
  • sexual offences,
  • extortion,
  • criminal trespass,
  • offences against property,
  • criminal intimidation,
  • attempts or threats to commit such offences,
  • physical or psychological humiliation,
  • or any other offences related to the definition of “Ragging”.

Responsibilities of Squads In-Charge of Anti Ragging Committee :

  1. The individual in charge of each Anti-Ragging Squad bears the responsibility of regularly checking their designated areas for any potential instances of ragging.
  2. Additionally, they must perform surprise checks in areas that are known to be prone to ragging.
  3. If they observe any incident of ragging, they must evaluate the situation and take the necessary measures promptly, while also notifying the control cell in the provided format.
  4. The In-Charge must ensure that anti-ragging guidelines are prominently displayed in their areas of supervision and must create a comprehensive duty plan for their team, which they will submit to the control room.
  5. It is also their duty to brief all members of their squad on their responsibilities and procedures regarding anti-ragging.

Important Resources:

  1. Anti-ragging Act
  2. UGC Circulars
  3. Register ragging complaint online