Baruipur College

Baruipur College

Recognized by UGC under 2(f) & 12(B)
Affiliated to University of Calcutta

Anti-Ragging Cell

Baruipur College aims at achieving both student discipline and academic excellence. The college maintains a healthy and congenial academic environment for the students. The institution offers protection to the new entrants from the menace of ragging. In this regard, Baruipur College has constituted an Anti Ragging Cell in May, 2009. All cases of ragging are referred to this cell for prompt disciplinary action against the erring students. Posters are put on the walls to convey clear-cut messages that warn the students of the consequences of ragging. Moreover, there are drop-boxes on campus for receiving anonymous complaints from students regarding ragging.

Following members of Anti Ragging Cell have been deputed to monitor students discipline inside the campus.

Chairman Dr. Chanchal Kumar Mandal (Ph: 947554993)
Nodal Officer Dr. Samiran Mandal (Ph: 9432898109)
Members Prof. Gargi Sardar (Ph: 9830307407)
Prof. Sangeeta Bhattacharya (Ph:8697404767)

As per the order of Honourable Supreme Court of India and subsequent Notification form Institute Grants Commission (UGC), ragging constitutes one or more of any intention by any student or group of students:

  1. Any act of Indiscipline, Teasing or Handling with Rudeness
  2. Any act that Prevents, Disrupts the Regular Academic Activity
  3. Any activity, which is likely to cause Annoyance, Hardship, Psychological Harm or creates Fear or Apprehension
  4. Any Act of Financial Extortion or Forceful Expenditure
  5. Any Act of Physical Abuse causing Assault, Harm or danger to Health
  6. Any Act of abuse by spoken words, emails, SMS or public insult etc
  7. Any Act of injury or infringement of the fundamental right to the human dignity
  8. Any Act of Wrongful Confinement, Kidnapping, molesting or committing unnatural offences, use of criminal forces, trespass or intimidation
  9. Any unlawful assembly or conspiracy to ragging

The Supreme Court of India has observed that enrolment in academic pursuits or a campus life should not immunize any adult citizen from the penal provisions of the laws of the land. According to the directions of the Supreme Court if any instance of ragging is brought to the notice of the administration or the faculty, it is legally binding on the institute to report the matter to the Local Police.