ANTI-RAGGING CELL, GOVT. COLLEGE, KASARAGOD
The Anti-Ragging Cell at Govt. College, Kasaragod was formed in order to avert the occurrence of any kind of ragging that affects the mind and environment of the students within the institution. The Cell has formulated strict rules and regulations for students to avoid actions that disrupt the mental peace of students and help build a friendly environment where students co-exist peacefully.
Under laws in India, ragging is defined as
According to the UGC Regulation on Curbing the Menace of Ragging in Higher Institutions, 2009,
ragging constitutes one or more of any of the following acts:
As depending upon the vision of Govt. College, Kasaragod, the Anti-Ragging Cell ensures to create an atmosphere of a sensitive and liable outlook amid the students about the cause and effects of indulging in ragging.
In Govt. College, Kasaragod, Ragging is precisely forbidden. If found guilty in such types of activities rigid force will be taken irrespective of the degree.
Powers and Functions
➢ To uphold and comply with the directions of the Hon’ble Supreme Court and be vigilant on
any acts amounting to ragging;
➢ To publicize to all students and prevalent directives and the actions that can be taken against
those indulging in ragging;
➢ To consider the complaints received from the students and conduct enquiry and submit a report
to the Anti- Ragging Committee along with punishment recommended for the offenders;
➢ Oversee the procedure of obtaining an undertaking from the students in accordance with the
➢ Conduct workshops against ragging menace and orient the students;
➢ To provide students with the information pertaining to the contact address and telephone numbers of
the person(s) identified to receive complaints/distress calls;
➢ To offer services of counselling and create awareness to the students;
➢ To take all necessary measures for prevention of Ragging inside the Campus.
So if any of the following things are found, namely
The college-level punishment will be strictly taken as per UGC directives includes one or more of the following:
Conducted an anti-ragging awareness class for students led by a Police official in the first week of December 2021.
Dr. Radhakrishna N Belluru
Asso. Prof. of Kannada