1. Ragging has been made punishable offence under the law by the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India.
2. The following will be considered as acts of ragging:
- To physically assault or threat and/or use of physical force.
- To violate the status, dignity and honour of a student.
- To expose the student to ridicule and contempt and affect his/her self-esteem.
- To entail verbal abuse and aggressions, indecent gestures and obscene behaviour.
- To compel new comers to indulge in activities amounting to dangerous stunts.
- To force senior/junior/new students to parade and stage entertainment.
- To impose heavy financial burden by way of forced celebrations and hosting.
- To create rowdy celebrations through forcible acts and thus compelling the juniors to participate.
- To press the new comers for noisy disorderly scene.
- To tease, play rough jokes and engage in rough play against companions and specially the newly joined students.
- To be noisy and riotous and thus disturbing the peace and tranquility of the Campus.
3. All students are advised to refrain themselves from involving in any sort of ragging activities. Any student found involved in any sort of ragging activities on the campus / bus / hostel shall invite disciplinary action as per the ruling of Hon’ble Supreme Court of India and guidelines issued by UGC/MCI/State High Court/District Court. Such a student may even be expelled from the University.