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Anti Ragging Committee
Ragging in educational institutions in any form is banned in light of directives issued by the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India.

“Ragging is any disorderly conduct, whether by words spoken or written, or by an act which has the effect of teasing, treating or handling with rudeness any student, indulging in rowdy or in disciplined activities which cause or are likely to cause annoyance , hardship or psychological harm or to raise fear or apprehension thereof in a fresher or a junior student and which has the effect of causing or generating a sense of shame or embarrassment so as to adversely effect the psyche of a fresher or a junior student.”

We must ensure that ragging does not take place at our campus in any from. A student, who is found guilty of ragging, self face several punishments laid down by Hon’ble. Supreme Court like the cancellation of admission, suspension, lodge FIR, suspension/ expulsion from hostel, fine of Rs. 25000/-, withholding results etc. A collective punishment will be given when the persons involved in ragging cannot be properly identified. Should such a case be reported or brought to the notice of the official of the Minerva Polytechnic, indora then the authority/ Institute shall take action deemed fit against them. Further students are advised to bring this type of cases in the notice of the following authority immediately. More details, visit the site of Hon’ble Supreme Court. Leave
Factors enlisted by the committee:
1. Primary responsibility for curbing ragging rests with academic institutions themselves.
2. Ragging adversely impacts the standards of higher education.
3. Incentives should be available to institutions for curbing the menace and there should be disincentives for failure to do so.
4. Enrolment in academic pursuits or a campus life should not immunize any adult citizen from penal provisions of the laws of the land.
5. Ragging needs to be perceived as failure to inculcate human values from the schooling stage.
6. Behavioral patterns among students, particularly potential 'raggers', need to be identified.
7. Measures against ragging must deter its recurrence.
8. Concerted action is required at the level of the school, higher educational institution, district administration, university, State and
   Central Governments to make any curb effective.
9. Media and the Civil Society should be involved in this exercise.
Recommendations approved by the Supreme Court.
1. The punishment to be meted out has to be exemplary and justifiably harsh to act as a deterrent against recurrence of such incidents.
2. Every single incident of ragging where the victim or his parent/guardian or the Head of institution is not satisfied with the institutional arrangement for action, a First Information Report must be filed without exception by the institutional authorities with the local police authorities. Any failure on the part of the institutional authority or negligence or deliberate delay in lodging the FIR with the local police shall be construed to be an act of culpable negligence on the part of the institutional authority. If any victim or his parent/guardian of ragging intends to file FIR directly with the police, that will not absolve the institutional authority from the requirement of filing the FIR.
3. In the prospectus to be issued for admission by educational institutions, it shall be clearly stipulated that in case the applicant for admission is found to have indulged in ragging in the past or if it is noticed later that he has indulged in ragging, admission may be refused or he shall be expelled from the educational institution.
4. It shall be the collective responsibility of the authorities and functionaries of the concerned institution and their role shall also be open to scrutiny for the purpose of finding out whether they have taken effective steps for preventing ragging and in case of their failure, action can be taken; for example, denial of any grant-in-aid or assistance from the State Governments.
5. Anti-ragging committees and squads shall be forthwith formed by the institutions and it shall be the job of the committee or the squad, as the case may be, to see that the Committee's recommendations, more particularly those noted above, are observed without exception and if it is noticed that there is any deviation, the same shall be forthwith brought to the notice of this Court.
6. The Committee constituted pursuant to the order of this Court shall continue to monitor the functioning of the anti-ragging committees and the squads to be formed. They shall also monitor the implementation of the recommendations to which reference has been made above.
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