The Grievance Redressal Committee(GRC) headed by the Dean Training and Placements, comprises of 5 senior faculty members from various departments and 2 non-teaching staff members.Functions of GRC:
- Conducting a thorough enquiry on the complaints received from the aggrieved students/staff.
- Submitting the enquiry report to the Principal, with its recommendations on suitable penalty/punishment to be imposed.
- The Principal, on receipt of the above report, gives an opportunity to the student(s) against whom the complaint was lodged to explain his/her case.
- The Principal will convene the College Academic Council meeting in this regard to decide on the measures to be taken. In special cases the opinion of the College Management will also be taken before imposing the punishments/penalties.
- Open door policy: Grievances can be through direct approach or through phone to the committee.
- Grievance and Redressal committee boxes: Drop the grievances in the Grievance and Redressal Committee boxes in the departments.
- Email: Grievances can be sent to the email id firstname.lastname@example.org of the Grievance and Redressal committee.
- A student/staff shall first present his/her complaint verbally/in writing to the concerned Head of the Department. The Head of the Department is required to solve /address the issue within 2 days.
- If the student/staff is not satisfied or his/her complaint was not addressed within 2 days, he/she can approach the GRC
- If the student/staff is not satisfied or his /her complaint was not addressed within 7 days by GRC, He /She can approach the Ombudsman.
Ragging is defined as a non-consensual conversation between the senior and freshman, where the senior humiliates the freshman, forces him to answer personally/socially-unacceptable questions/topics, teases/harrasses him/her, does an exhibition of his/her superiority leading to mental trauma, uneasiness, discomfort for the fresher.
Anti Ragging Committee at MVGRCEA, (as per clause 6(a) of AICTE Regulations) will examine the issues related to ragging in its totality taking into consideration various resolutions passed earlier by regulatory bodies like AICTE, APSCHE, JNTUK etc., as well as the orders passed by various courts including the Hon’ble Supreme Court and make recommendations to the Principal for further action in the matter.Anti Ragging Policy
- Ragging is prohibited as per act 26 of A. P. Legislative Assembly, 1997.
- Ragging entails heavy fine amounts (or) imprisonment.
- Ragging invokes suspension and dismissal from the college.
- Outsiders are strictly prohibited from entering the college premises and college hostels without permission.
- Girl students must be in their hostel rooms by 9.00 p.m.
- All students must carry their identity cards and show them on demand by the college authorities.
- The director and the wardens will visit the hostels and inspect the rooms any time.
- Suspended students under anti-ragging act are debarred from entering the campus except when required to attend enquiry and to submit an explanation.
- All students should believe that ragging is a menace, evil and anti-social.
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- To motivate and inspire girl students in their pursuit for excellence
- To Promote awareness among girl students on occupational, legal and constitutional rights.
- To educate girl students on women specific health issues and measures to be taken.
- To sensitize girl students on gender equality and to further encourage them to advocate gender equality within the community.
- To make girl students realize their strengths and be empowered.
Ever since the inception of the committee, WEC as a team has been striving to promote awareness among girl students and educate them on gender specific issues in the areas such as health, legal, career and social. To realize the above mentioned objectives, the committee with its members strives:
- To periodically organize guest lectures in the concerned areas such as health, legal, career and social aspects.
- To monitor and counsel girl students of their department, in the case of requirement.
- To advise and support any girl student, if faced by any gender specific problem.
- To conduct competitions such as presentations, elocution, essay writing and painting to encourage girl students to express their ideas.
- Above all, to ensure a secure and progressive learning environment for the girl students.
Role and responsibilities of Student Representative:
- To spread the objectives of WEC among the girl students.
- To participate actively in the events and competitions organized by the cell and encourage other girl students to participate.
- To organize enthusiastically the events of WEC under the guidance of the cell.
- To interact regularly with the girl students of the class.
- To bring to the notice of the faculty representative of their respective department, if any gender specific issue arises among the girl students.
Convener: Ms. A. Rajyalaksmi, Asst. Professor, Dept. of English