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Dhanalakshmi Srinivasan

University

(Established Under Tamilnadu Private Universities Act, 2019)

Tiruchirappalli - 621 112. Tamil Nadu, India.
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Anti-Ragging Policy and Regulations

DHANALAKSHMI SRINIVASAN UNIVERSITY
DEPARTMENT OF STUDENTS AFFAIRS
ANTI- RAGGING POLICY AND REGULATIONS

Dhanalakshmi Srinivasan University is committed to providing a safe and inclusive learning environment for all its students. As part of this commitment, the university strictly adheres to the anti-ragging regulations set forth by the Government of India. Ragging, in any form, is strictly prohibited on our campus, and we prioritize the well-being of our students to ensure a positive and nurturing educational experience.

Ragging - An offence:

Extract of Tamil Nadu Government Gazette - Extra ordinary dt.29.01.97 (Bill No.8 of 1997 Tamil Nadu Prohibition of RaggingACT)

  • In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires, "Ragging" means display of noisy, disorderly conduct, doing any act which causes or is likely to cause physical or psychological harm or raises apprehension or fear or shame or embarrassment to a student in any educational Institution andincludes:
  • Teasing, abusing or playing practical jokes on or causing hurt to such student or Asking the student to so any act or perform something which such student will not, in the ordinary course willingly act or perform. Ragging within or outsideany educational institution isprohibited.
  • Whoever directly or indirectly commits, participates in, abets or propagates "Ragging" within or outside any educational institution, shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to two years and shall also be liable to fine which may extend to ten thousand rupees.
  • Any student convicted of an office under section 4 shall also be dismissed from the educational institution and such students shall not be admitted in any other educational institution.
  • Without prejudice to the foregoing provision, whenever any student complains of ragging to the head of an educational institution, or to any other person responsible for the management of the educational institution, they shall inquire into the same immediately and if found true shall suspend the student who has committed the offence from the educational institution.
  • The Deans of concerned School will have full powers to punish any student who violates the rules by imposing a fine, suspension or expulsion. Dean's decision is final and he need not assign any reason or explanation for the punishment awarded.
  • These rules will be altered or amended, and further rules may be added if necessary. All the rules for the time being in force should be observed by the students.

Anti-Ragging Policy:

Our university follows a comprehensive Anti-Ragging Policy aligns with the guidelines provided by the University Grants Commission (UGC) and is designed to create awareness, prevent incidents of ragging, and take prompt and strict action against those found guilty of ragging. Each school under the University has an anti-ragging committee headed by the Dean of the respective school.

Key Highlights of Our Anti-Ragging Policy:

  • Awareness Programs: We conduct regular awareness programs for both new and existing students to educate them about the harmful consequences of ragging. These programs emphasize the importance of fostering a culture of respect and empathy.
  • Orientation Sessions: During orientation sessions, incoming students are briefed about the university's commitment to maintaining a ragging-free campus. They are informed about the procedures for reporting any incidents and the support mechanisms available to them.
  • Student Pledges: All students, upon admission, are required to sign an anti-ragging pledge, reaffirming their commitment to promoting a safe and inclusive campus culture. This pledge is prominently displayed across campus to serve as a constant reminder.
  • Helpline Services: A dedicated helpline is available round the clock for students to report any instances of ragging or seek assistance. The university ensures confidentiality and takes immediate action upon receiving any complaint.
  • Disciplinary Measures: Stringent disciplinary measures are in place for those found guilty of ragging, including suspension, expulsion, and legal action as per the severity of the offense. This sends a strong message that ragging will not be tolerated under any circumstances.
  • Disciplinary Measures: Counseling Support: Victims of ragging are provided with counseling support to help them cope with the emotional and psychological impact. Additionally, counseling is extended to the accused to address the root causes of their behavior and promote behavioral change.

At Dhanalakshmi Srinivasan University we believe in fostering a nurturing environment that enables students to thrive academically, personally, and socially. Our commitment to anti-ragging measures is a reflection of our dedication to creating a campus culture that values respect, diversity, and the well-being of every individual. Together, as a community, we strive to ensure that every student feels safe, supported, and empowered to achieve their full potential.

For more information visit:

https://www.antiragging.in/


DSU, Anti-Ragging Committee

S. No. Committee Structure Name & Address of Committee Member Committee Designation
1.
Vice Chancellor Dr. C.K. Ranjan Chairperson
2.
Associate Dean, Students' Affairs, DSU Dr. J. Pathma Vice-Chairperson
3.
Dean, School of Agricultural Sciences Dr. M. Ravichandran Member
4.
Dean, Srinivasan Medical College and Hospital Dr. A. Thulasi Member
5.
Dean, School of Paramedical Sciences Prof. A. Pechiammal Member
6.
Dean, School of Engineering and Technology Dr. Sanjay Singh Member
7.
Representative of Civil Administration Mrs. V. Arul Jothi, Thasildar
Mannachanallur, Trichy.
Mobile: 94450 00606
Member
8.
Representative of Police Administration Mr. A. R. Vithun, Inspector
Samayapuram Police Station
Trichy.
Mobile: 94981 05553
Member
9.
Representative of Local Media Mr. Krishna Murthy,
Foremam (Despatch) Hindu
Sangliyandapuram, Trichy.
Mobile: 97877 78814
Member
10.
Representative of NGO involved in Youth Activities Mrs. F. Beatrice Vanaja,
Secretary / Chief Administrative Officer,
New life, Trichy.
Mobile: 99449 39694
Member
11.
Representative of Parents Mr. S. Stephen Kennedy
(F/O S. Evangelin Hetcy),
II B.Sc (Hons) Agriculture;
Roll No: 1621011050;
No.1 Tolgate, Trichy
Mobile: 89730 77115
Member
12.
Representative of Students
(Senior Category)
Mr. J. Ramakrishna, III year AIDS,
School of Engineering and Technology,
Reg. No: 1521051047,
Mobile: 89851 88610
Member
13.
Representative of Students
(Freshers Category)
Ms. T.K. Divya Dharshini, I year MBBS,
Srinivasan Medical College and Hospital,
Reg No. 1123011029;
Mobile: 82487 57401
Member
14.
Representative of Non-Teaching Staff Mrs. S. Chitrakala, Attender,
School of Agricultural Sciences,
Mobile: 63803 31910
Member

Email: antiragging@dsuniversity.ac.in

University Helpline: 70944 58022