Anti-Ragging Committee

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The Anti-Ragging Committee in a JKKNCP plays a critical role in ensuring a safe and harassment-free environment for students.


The primary objective of the Anti-Ragging Committee in JKKNCP is to create an atmosphere in which students can pursue their studies without fear of being subjected to ragging or any form of harassment. Its goal is to promote a positive and respectful campus environment that fosters learning, personal growth, and mutual respect among students.


The Anti-Ragging Committee’s inJKKNCP scope extends to the entire campus and all members of the institution, including students, faculty, staff, and administrators. Its reach includes preventing and addressing ragging incidents within college premises, hostels, transport facilities, and any other locations associated with the institution.


  • Prevention and Awareness: The committee is responsible for creating awareness among students about the harmful effects of ragging and the consequences it entails. It should organize orientation programs, workshops, and campaigns to sensitize students about the issue.
  • Formulation of Policies: The committee works on formulating and updating the institution’s anti-ragging policies and guidelines in alignment with regulatory authorities like the University Grants Commission (UGC), Pharmacy Council of India (PCI) and the Supreme Court’s directives.
  • Receiving Complaints: The committee acts as the central body to receive and address complaints related to ragging. It provides accessible channels for students, faculty, and staff to report incidents safely and confidentially.
  • Investigation: When a complaint is received, the committee initiates a thorough investigation into the matter. This involves collecting evidence, interviewing parties involved, and assessing the nature and severity of the incident.
  • Decision Making: Based on the investigation, the committee makes informed decisions about the appropriate actions to be taken against those involved in ragging. This can range from warnings and counselling to more severe measures like suspension, expulsion, or legal action.
  • Support and Counselling: The committee may provide support and counselling to both victims and perpetrators to address the underlying causes of ragging and to promote behavioural change.
  • Regular Review: The committee continually reviews its policies and processes to identify areas for improvement. It ensures that the anti-ragging mechanisms are effective and responsive to the evolving needs of the institution.

Mechanism for Anti-ragging in JKKNCP

Addressing Anti-Ragging Grievances

  • Acknowledgement: As soon as a complaint is received, the Committee shall acknowledge its receipt to the complainant.
    The initial acknowledgment of the complaint shall be sent within 24 to 48 hours of receiving the report.
  • Initiate Investigation: The Anti-Ragging Committee shall promptly initiate an investigation into the reported incident. The committee consists of faculty members, student representatives, and external experts.
    Depending on the severity and complexity of the incident, the investigation phase can take around 1 to 2 weeks.
  • Gather Evidence: The committee gathers evidence related to the incident, including statements from the complainant, accused, and any witnesses. Any physical or digital evidence provided is also reviewed.


  • Interview Parties: The committee may interview the complainant, the accused, and witnesses separately to gather comprehensive information.
    During the investigation phase, evidence collection and interviews with parties involved may take an additional 1 to 2 weeks. This timeline can vary based on the number of witnesses, availability of individuals, and the extent of evidence.
  • Decision and Action: Based on the investigation, the committee and principal determines the severity of the incident. For milder incidents, the committee might provide warnings, counseling, or educational workshops. Serious incidents can lead to suspension, expulsion, or legal action.
    After the evidence is collected and parties are interviewed, the Anti-Ragging Committee shall aim to reach a
  • decision within 2 to 4 weeks.
    Communication to Parties: The committee communicates its decision to both the complainant and the accused. The communication should clearly state the outcome and any actions that will be taken.
    If disciplinary actions are required, they shall be implemented within a reasonable timeframe. Depending on the severity of the action, this can range from a few days to a week
  • Feedback and Monitoring: After the resolution, the institution seeks feedback from the complainant to evaluate their satisfaction with the resolution process and outcome. This feedback can be used to improve the process.
    After the resolution, seeking feedback from the complainant regarding their satisfaction with the process and outcome can be done within a week.
  • Documentation: The committee maintains thorough records of the incident, investigation, actions taken, and outcomes. Documentation is crucial for transparency, accountability, and tracking patterns over time.

Preventive Measures: In addition to addressing the specific incident, the committee shall implement preventive measures such as awareness campaigns, workshops, and counselling to discourage future incidents.


Anti-Ragging Committee

Sl.No Name Designation Role
1 Dr. S. Ananda Thangadurai Vice Principal Member
2 Dr. B. Rajkapoor Professor Member
3 Dr. Krishna Ravi Associate Professor Member
4 Dr. C. Kalaiyarasi Professor Member
5 Ms. B. Vasuki Associate Professor Member
6 Dr. V. Kishor Kumar Assistant Professor Member
7 Dr. V. Sekar Professor Member
8 Ms. Monisha K M  Assistant Professor Member
9 Dr. I. Carolin Nimila Associate Professor Member
10 Ms. P. Devi Assistant Professor Member
11 Lokesh N VI Pharm D  Student Member
12 Naveen M IV-B.Pharm Student Member
13 Bhoopendra G K III B.Pharm    Student Member
14 Nivetha M V Pharm.D   Student Member
15 Jaganath M III Pharm.D   Student Member


Anti-Ragging Squad


Sl.No Name Designation Role
1 Dr. V. Sekar Professor Coordinator
2 Dr. S. Ananda Thangadurai   Vice Principal Co-Coordinator
3 Dr. M. Vijayabaskaran Professor Member
4 Dr. N. Venkateshwaramurthy Professor Member
5 Mr. M. Eswara Moorthi Assistant Professor Member
6 Mr. V. Vijayanandhan Assistant Professor Member