Mr.Saravanakumar – 9600339922
Ragging and eve-teasing are totally prohibited in educational institutions and are a punishable offence. Act No 7 of 1997 defines ragging and lays down the penalties.
Definition -“Unless the context otherwise requires, ragging means display of noise, disorderly conduct, doing any act which causes or is likely to cause physical and psychological harm to raise apprehension, fear, shame, embarrassment to a student in any education institution. This includes
- (a) Teasing, abusing or playing practical jokes on, or causing hurt to such a student (or)
- (b) Asking the student to do any act or perform something, which such a student will not in ordinary course willingly do.
Ragging is totally prohibited and a punishable offence.
Any student involved in ragging will be punished as per the following Acts :
- Tamilnadu Prohibition of Ragging Act No. 7 of 1997.
- Tamilnadu Government Gazette Extraordinary, Dt. 26.7.1999
- G.O. Ms.No.366 Higher Education (G1) Department, Dt.26.07.99
Section 4 :
Whoever directly or indirectly commits, participates in, abets or propagates, penalty for “Ragging” within or outside of educational institution, shall be punished for ragging with imprisonment for a term which may extend upto two years and shall also be liable to a fine which may extend upto Ten Thousand Rupees.
Section 5 :
Any student convicted of an offence under Section 4, shall also be dismissed from the educational institution and such student shall not be admitted in any other educational institution.
Ragging is strictly prohibited in and out of our educational institution. Whoever directly or indirectly involves, participates in, abets and propagates “Ragging” shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend up to 2 years and shall be liable to pay fine which may extend to Rs. 10,000/-Ragging in any form will not be accepted and will lead to dismissal of the students with criminal prosecution.
Nirbhaya & Swathi Safety Scheme
Subsonic cruise women Program @ Pgp Engineering College is a Special features of our institution and brain child Program of our beloved principal Dr.M.Akila B.E., M.E., Ph.D which is allows all the Women Staff\Students to get involved into safety features and methods to safeguard themselves from dangerous situation.
General Women Safety tips:
- Don’t allow technology to make you unaware of your surroundings. As everyone with headphones, a smartphone and an MP3 player knows – the minute you’re plugged in, the world barely exists anymore! You stare at your phone, zoned out and not knowing what is going on around you.
- Share your class/activities schedule with parents and a network of close friends. Make sure they have all the numbers they need to get in contact with you.
- Get to know your campus and find out a well-lit route back to your hostel or place of residence
- If you are feeling threatened for some reason, talk with people you trust such as friends, family, teachers and security staff. Let them know what is happening and talk about ways they might be able to help.
- Always include emergency numbers in your mobile phone’s contact list for easy access.