The placement cell is responsible for all the supervision and management of the placement process for students. Placement committee is one of the stepping stone for students to gain internships and on and off-campus jobs. According to the Standard Operating Procedure, the placement committee members are to carry out their responsibilities.
The role of this committee is to observe and monitor a strict implementation of policies and Standard Operating Procedures regarding the safety of women, mostly. Still, it applies to all the genders as well. It has been organized to eradicate issues like sexual harassment, favouritism and many other problems related to genders. This committee will make sure that all the Acts by the government are strictly observed and implemented. The constituted Committee Members must follow the responsibilities according to Saksham Guidelines (Measures for Ensuring the Safety of Women and Programmes for Gender Sensitization on Campuses).
The anti-Discrimination cell has been created to ensure there is a practical implementation of rules and regulations for the deprived class of students. It has been established so that diversity in our campus can be increased by guiding them and counselling them regarding academic, financial and social matters. Click here to check Guidelines for such committees.
Ragging is a crime of demoralizing and defaming junior class in institutes by senior or influential class. Anti-ragging team has been established to monitor the on-campus activities continuously and off-campus activities, especially hostels, to make sure that there is no kind of ragging carried out. This committee will make sure there is no verbal or physical abuse by the seniors to sustain a growing diverse culture. For details and laws related to anti-ragging, please click here.