Standard Operating Procedure
The Anti-Ragging Committee plays a crucial role in maintaining a safe and conducive
environment for all students at our college. This SOP outlines the standard
procedures and guidelines to prevent and address any incidents of ragging, ensuring
a harassment-free campus for every individual.
1. Committee Composition
The Anti-Ragging Committee shall be formed according to the guidelines with
representatives from various stakeholders, including Principal as a chairman, a
member secretory, men Staaf representatives (Two), Women Staff representative, Non-
teaching Staff Representative, Guardian member Representative, Girl’s student
representative (Two), Boys student representative, Journalist representative, Police
2. Goal and Objectives
The primary goal of the Anti-Ragging Committee is to eliminate ragging in all its
forms and promote a culture of respect, empathy, and inclusivity within the college
community. The committee's objectives include:
a. Creating awareness about the consequences of ragging among students.
b. Implementing preventive measures to deter incidents of ragging.
c. Promptly addressing and resolving any reported ragging incidents.
d. Providing support and counseling to victims and taking appropriate actions
3. Awareness and Prevention
a. Orientation Program: The committee shall conduct anti-ragging orientation
programs at the beginning of each academic year to educate all students about the
college's zero-tolerance policy towards ragging.
b. Information Dissemination: The committee shall display anti-ragging posters,
banners, and pamphlets across the college premises, highlighting the strict
penalties for engaging in ragging activities.
c. Interactive Sessions: Interactive sessions and workshops shall be organized to
sensitize students about the impact of ragging on individuals and the college's
4. Ragging Monitoring
a. Helpline and Reporting Mechanism: The committee shall establish a dedicated
helpline number and an online reporting system to ensure students can easily report
any incidents of ragging confidentially.
b. Surveillance: Regular monitoring of common areas and hostels shall be conducted
to identify and prevent potential ragging activities.
c. Faculty Involvement: Faculty members shall be actively involved in monitoring
student behavior and promptly reporting any suspicious activities to the committee.
5. Incident Handling
a. Immediate Action: Upon receiving a report of ragging, the committee shall take
immediate action to verify the authenticity of the complaint and provide necessary
support to the victim.
b. Confidentiality: The committee shall ensure strict confidentiality of the
identity of the complainant and the victim during the investigation process.
c. Inquiry Committee: An inquiry committee shall be constituted to conduct a
thorough investigation into the reported incident and gather evidence.
d. Disciplinary Action: If the inquiry confirms the occurrence of ragging, the
committee shall recommend appropriate disciplinary actions as per college rules and
6. Support and Counseling
a. Victim Support: The committee shall provide necessary support and counseling to
the victim to help them cope with the emotional and psychological impact of the
b. Rehabilitation: The committee shall take measures to rehabilitate the victim and
ensure their safety on campus.
7. Legal Compliance
The committee shall work in compliance with the guidelines and regulations set forth
by the University Grants Commission (UGC) and other relevant authorities regarding
8. Annual Report
The committee shall prepare an annual report summarizing the activities, actions
taken, and the overall effectiveness of the anti-ragging initiatives.
9. Communication and Awareness
The committee shall regularly communicate with students, faculty, and staff about
its ongoing efforts, achievements, and ways to prevent ragging.