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Committees & Cells

Garima Helpline

In order to prevent incidents of eve-teasing and molestation of school and college girl students and working women, the District Collectorate, Jaipur, has launched a helpline called ‘Garima’ where women can lodge a complaint. The helpline works 24x7 and the identity of the caller is not disclosed. Women can email them at garima.helpline@gmail.com or send an SMS on the number 7891091111. The team will act according to the nature of the case and will ensure speedy disposal of the victim’s problem.

Grievance Redressal Cell

The college has constituted a Grievance Redressal Cell to attend to the grievances of the students. They can approach the cell to voice their grievances (if any) regarding academic matters, health services, library or any other issues. Students may either send their grievance to the Principal or write it on a paper and put it in the grievance box located in the campus. The cell redresses the grievances by sorting out the issues raised, in a prompt and judicious manner.

S.No. Name Designation
1 Dr. Renu Joshi Principal
2 Dr. Indu Sharma Chief Proctor
3 Dr. Anju Lata Joshi Member
4 Dr. Jyoti Khurana Member
5 Dr. Manju Baghmar Member
6 Dr. Sunita Gajawat Member


Task Force

On 23 Feb, 2013, the District Administration constituted a Task Force for the security of girls in colleges and Universities. Consequently, a Task Force has also been constituted in the college under the auspices of women cell which provides information relating to different laws, gives suggestions and offers counselling. It also suggests solutions for grievances.

S.No. Designation Name Contact No.
1 D.S.O. Rural   0141 2202564
2 Principal Dr. Renu Joshi 0141 2568096
3 Vice Principal Dr. Indu Sharma 94136 21565
4 Lecturer Dr. Anju Lata Joshi 78770 56120
5 Lecturer Dr. Jyoti Khurana 97848 05645
6 Lecturer Dr. Sunita Gajawat 63760 19763
7 President, Students' Union    

 

Security Council (Sanstha Suraksha Samiti)

A Security Council was constituted in the college as per the directions received from S.S.Jain Subodh Shiksha Samiti. It looks after the security of the students as well as the entire premises of the college. Regular meetings are held between the members of the council to enhance the security and safety of the college and the students.

S.No. Name Designation
1 Shri R C Jain Convener
2 Dr. Renu Joshi Principal
3 Dr. Indu Sharma Vice Principal
4 Dr. Anju Lata Joshi Lecturer
5 Shri Sanjay Singhal Parents' Representative
6 Shri Subhash Choradia Parents' Representative
7 Shri Paramjeet Singh Parents' Representative

 

Sexual Harassment Complaint Committee

With regard to the Supreme Court Judgement and guidelines issued in 1997 as well as the circulars issued by University Grants Commission (UGC) since 1998, the college has constituted a Sexual Harassment Complaint Committee. The committee aims to maintain a gender discrimination free environment, attend complaints against sexual harassment (if any) and sensitize the staff, students and faculty members on gender issues.   

S.No. Name Designation Remark
1 Dr. Indu Sharma Vice Principal Coordinator
2 Dr. Ruchika Sharma Lecturer Member
3 Dr. Jyoti Khurana Lecturer Member
4 Dr. Renuka Sharma Lecturer Member
5 Dr. Mamta Sharma Lecturer Member
6 Dr. Krati Saxena Lecturer Member
7 Dr. Sunita Gajawat Lecturer Member
8 Sh Mahesh Kumar Sharma Lecturer Member
9 Sh. Tara Chand Badiwal Lecturer Member
10 Dr. Sudesh Lecturer Member
11 Dr. Meeta Singh Chairperson, NGO, Dignity of Girl Child Member
12 SHO (Ex-officio) Gandhi Nagar Police Station Member
13 Ms. Ishtha Khandelwal Student Member

 

ANTI-RAGGING SQUAD

As per the Supreme Court judgement dated 16th May, 2007 (In the Court of Justice ArijeetPasayat and Justice S.H. Kapadia, on the recommendation of Raghawan Committee), the college has constituted an Anti-Ragging Squad. The UGC regulations on curbing the menace of ragging in higher educational institutions, 2009, provide for a public declaration of intent by the students at the time of admission to any course of study. This undertaking has to be submitted online onthe website www.antiragging.inor www. amanmovement.org and hard copies of the proforma, duly signed by the student and the parents, have to be submitted to the college along with the admission form.

Students who are found involved in ragging activities will be expelled from the college and an F.I.R. against such students will be lodged in the local police station. The National anti-ragging helpline works 24x7 and incase of any grievance, students can call on toll-free number 1800-180-5522 or send an email to helpline@antiragging.in. Students are also advised to inform about such cases to any member of the squad.

 

RAGGING IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED

At the time of admission, students will have to give a written undertaking promising non-participation in any form of ragging. This is a commitment by the student that there will be no objection by her or her family if any legal action is taken against her in case she is found guilty of being involved in ragging.

S.No. Name Designation Title
1 Dr. Renu Josh Principal Chairperson
2 Dr. Indu Sharm Vice Principal Member
3 Dr. Ruchika Sharma Lecturer Member
4 Dr. Anju Lata Josh Lecturer Member
5 Dr. Renuka Sharm Lecturer Member
6 Mrs. Vidhi Bhati Lecturer Member
7 Dr. Krati Saxena Lecturer Member
8 Dr. Vijay Laxmi Gupta Lecturer Member
9 Mrs. Varsha Sharma  Lecturer Member
10 Dr. Manju Baghmar Lecturer Member
11 Sh. Mahesh Kumar Sharma Lecturer Member
12 Sh. Tarachand Badiwal Lecturer Member
13 Dr. Meeta Singh  Chairperson, NGO, Dignity of Girl Child Member
14 Gandhi Nagar Police Station Police SHO Member

 

Students' Council

A Student’s Council was formed under the supervision of the Principal of the college to assist in curricular and co-curricular activities to be held in the college throughout the session. 

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