Internal Complaints Committee

Anti-Ragging Cell

Ragging is a punishable offence. The offence of Ragging is not only punishable under sec. 116 of the Karnataka Education Act, but also under various sections of the Indian Penal Code.

  • Ragging is a social menace and is strictly prohibited in the college, hostels, playground and other premises of the college
  • Ragging is a systematized form of Human Rights abuse
  • Extreme harassment, creating terror in the minds, and even physical torture of fresh students under the guise of ‘Campus Orientation’ and ‘College tradition’ is called ragging

Students involved in such obnoxious practices will be liable for rustication, dismissal and expulsion from the college, in addition to prosecution before the criminal courts. Ragging offences may also be stamped on academic transcripts and Marks Cards. We hold a Zero Tolerance Policy against ragging of any sort.

If you are a victim or a witness to a ragging incident, you must immediately report the incident to the authorities, a member of the Anti-Ragging Committee or a Faculty Member.

Anti - Ragging Cell Members

Ms. Sumita Kumar
Department of Business Studies

Ms. Aabharana
Department of Psychology

Cyber Crime Redressal Committee

The Cyber Crime Redressal Committee addresses anti-social activities carried out by means of computers or the internet.

CONFIDENTIALITY WILL BE MAINTAINED

The objective of the committee is to coordinate various efforts pertaining to Cyber Crime Prevention and Regulation on campus

The government of India enacted a special regulation to curb bullying at higher education institutions - “UGC Regulations on Curbing the Menace of Ragging in Higher Education Institutions, 2009”. A student may also have criminal liability under different sections of the criminal procedure code of India.

STOP CYBER CRIME

Students involved in such obnoxious practices will be liable for rustication, dismissal and expulsion from the college, in addition to prosecution before the criminal courts. Cyber Crime offences may also be stamped on academic transcripts and Marks Cards. We hold a Zero Tolerance Policy against Cyber Crime of any sort.

Some Golden Rules to be followed when you’re online

  • Don’t give out your personal information
  • Don’t send pictures of yourself to anyone
  • Don’t open emails or attachments from people you don’t know
  • Don’t become online ‘friends’ with people you don’t know
Think before you post. Remember, once it’s said, the web is fed!

Cyber Crime Redressal Committee Members

Ms. Vimala C M,
Department of Zoology

Dr. Hamsa N,
Department of Psychology

Dr. S Raj Kumar
Department of Business Studies

Dr. Swati Chanda,
Department of English

Ms. Arati Bansy,
Counsellor

Committee Against Sexual Harassment

Sexual Harassment is a punishable offense. At Mount Carmel College, we have a Zero Tolerance Policy towards harassment of any kind.

What to do in case of an incident?
Report the incident to your superior, Head of the Department, or register a complaint with the 'Committee Against Sexual Harassment (CASH)’

A complaint of discrimination or sexual harassment may be lodged by the victim or a third party. A written complaint may be addressed to the Coordinator of the Committee or a Committee Member.
The Committee deals with issues relating to sexual harassment at Mount Carmel College. It is applicable to all students, staff, and faculty.

Here is a representative list of  Unwelcome Acts that can be seen as sexual harassment:

  • Physical contact and advances
  • Demand or request for sexual favours
  • Sexually coloured remarks
  • Showing pornography
  • Any other unwelcome physical, verbal or non-verbal conduct of a sexual nature. (Vaisakha judgment by Supreme Court)
  • Any other unwelcome physical, verbal or non-verbal conduct of a sexual nature. (Vaisakha judgment by Supreme Court)

Harassment is legally defined as inappropriate conduct/discrimination based on:

  • Gender
  • Colour
  • National Origin
  • Race
  • Religion
  • Citizenship
  • Disability

Committee Against Sexual Harassment (CASH) Members

Ms. Vimala C M,
Department of Zoology

Dr. Hamsa N,
Department of Psychology

Dr. S Raj Kumar
Department of Business Studies

Dr. Swati Chanda,
Department of English

Ms. Arati Bansy,
Counsellor

Write to Us

Anti-Drug Cell

The excessive use of narcotics within and outside educational institutions has become a serious concern nowadays. Drug dealers target students both as carriers as well as clients. The cell aims at working to eradicate this menace by arranging awareness programs to make the students aware of the strong legal force working against narcotics and inculcate respect towards and the Indian judiciary.

Above the Influence; Be Under Your Own Influence! Just Say No! Users Are Losers!

Objectives of the Anti-Drug Cell

  • To spread awareness and ensure a drug/substance free campus
  • To engage the students in anti-drug activities and educate them about the ill-effects
  • To motivate students to become volunteers of anti-drug activities in their lives
  • To ensure no sale of drugs or alcohol occurs within the college premises

Anti-Drug Cell Committee Members

Dr. Myrene R D’Souza,
Department of Biochemistry

Ms. Trina Banerjee,
Department of Psychology

Students Grievance Redressal Committee

This Cell has been constituted to act as a link between students and staff and management in order to address the problems of students, both academic and otherwise during their time in the institution.

The objectives of the Committee

  • To give a fair and thorough hearing to complainants
  • To provide advice and assistance to students who face problems
  • To ensure smooth communication and effective solutions
  • To maintain confidentiality, where required

Students Grievance Redressal Committee Members

Ms. Aruna Bhaskar,
Redressal Officer, Department of Commerce

Dr. George Lekha,
Department of Botany

Ms. Bavithra Matharasi P,
Department of MCA

Ms. Nivedita Patil,
Department of Biotechnology

Womens Cell

Proposed Activities

  • Events during Fresher’s Day, Cul-Week, Cul-Ah and Humanities Fest
  • Conduct workshops on Green Menstruation, Hygiene, Women-Centered Issues
  • Women’s Day celebration on 8th March
  • Pad donation campaign that includes installation of working pad dispensers in the washroom
  • Events and Talks on breaking stereotypes

Co-ordinators

Ms. Soumya Ram

Ms. Trina Banerjee

Secretaries

Saranya Banerjee

Prerna Badepally

Proposed Activities

  • Events during Fresher’s Day, Cul-Week, Cul-Ah and Humanities Fest
  • Conduct workshops on Green Menstruation, Hygiene, Women-Centered Issues
  • Women’s Day celebration on 8th March
  • Pad donation campaign that includes installation of working pad dispensers in the washroom
  • Events and Talks on breaking stereotypes

Co-ordinators

Ms. Soumya Ram

Ms. Trina Banerjee

Secretaries

Saranya Banerjee

Prerna Badepally

Anti-Ragging Cell

Anti-Ragging Cell

Ragging is a punishable offence. The offence of Ragging is not only punishable under sec. 116 of the Karnataka Education Act, but also under various sections of the Indian Penal Code.

  • Ragging is a social menace and is strictly prohibited in the college, hostels, playground and other premises of the college
  • Ragging is a systematized form of Human Rights abuse
  • Extreme harassment, creating terror in the minds, and even physical torture of fresh students under the guise of ‘Campus Orientation’ and ‘College tradition’ is called ragging

Students involved in such obnoxious practices will be liable for rustication, dismissal and expulsion from the college, in addition to prosecution before the criminal courts. Ragging offences may also be stamped on academic transcripts and Marks Cards. We hold a Zero Tolerance Policy against ragging of any sort.

If you are a victim or a witness to a ragging incident, you must immediately report the incident to the authorities, a member of the Anti-Ragging Committee or a Faculty Member.

Anti - Ragging Cell Members

Ms. Sumita Kumar
Department of Business Studies

Ms. Aabharana
Department of Psychology

Cyber Crime Redressal Committee

Cyber Crime Redressal Committee

The Cyber Crime Redressal Committee addresses anti-social activities carried out by means of computers or the internet.

CONFIDENTIALITY WILL BE MAINTAINED

The objective of the committee is to coordinate various efforts pertaining to Cyber Crime Prevention and Regulation on campus

The government of India enacted a special regulation to curb bullying at higher education institutions - “UGC Regulations on Curbing the Menace of Ragging in Higher Education Institutions, 2009”. A student may also have criminal liability under different sections of the criminal procedure code of India.

STOP CYBER CRIME

Students involved in such obnoxious practices will be liable for rustication, dismissal and expulsion from the college, in addition to prosecution before the criminal courts. Cyber Crime offences may also be stamped on academic transcripts and Marks Cards. We hold a Zero Tolerance Policy against Cyber Crime of any sort.

Some Golden Rules to be followed when you’re online

  • Don’t give out your personal information
  • Don’t send pictures of yourself to anyone
  • Don’t open emails or attachments from people you don’t know
  • Don’t become online ‘friends’ with people you don’t know
Think before you post. Remember, once it’s said, the web is fed!

Cyber Crime Redressal Committee Members

Ms. Vimala C M,
Department of Zoology

Dr. Hamsa N,
Department of Psychology

Dr. S Raj Kumar
Department of Business Studies

Dr. Swati Chanda,
Department of English

Ms. Arati Bansy,
Counsellor

CASH

Committee Against Sexual Harassment

Sexual Harassment is a punishable offense. At Mount Carmel College, we have a Zero Tolerance Policy towards harassment of any kind.

What to do in case of an incident?
Report the incident to your superior, Head of the Department, or register a complaint with the 'Committee Against Sexual Harassment (CASH)’

A complaint of discrimination or sexual harassment may be lodged by the victim or a third party. A written complaint may be addressed to the Coordinator of the Committee or a Committee Member.
The Committee deals with issues relating to sexual harassment at Mount Carmel College. It is applicable to all students, staff, and faculty.

Here is a representative list of  Unwelcome Acts that can be seen as sexual harassment:

  • Physical contact and advances
  • Demand or request for sexual favours
  • Sexually coloured remarks
  • Showing pornography
  • Any other unwelcome physical, verbal or non-verbal conduct of a sexual nature. (Vaisakha judgment by Supreme Court)
  • Any other unwelcome physical, verbal or non-verbal conduct of a sexual nature. (Vaisakha judgment by Supreme Court)

Harassment is legally defined as inappropriate conduct/discrimination based on:

  • Gender
  • Colour
  • National Origin
  • Race
  • Religion
  • Citizenship
  • Disability

Committee Against Sexual Harassment (CASH) Members

Ms. Vimala C M,
Department of Zoology

Dr. Hamsa N,
Department of Psychology

Dr. S Raj Kumar
Department of Business Studies

Dr. Swati Chanda,
Department of English

Ms. Arati Bansy,
Counsellor

Write to Us

Anti-Drug Cell

Anti-Drug Cell

The excessive use of narcotics within and outside educational institutions has become a serious concern nowadays. Drug dealers target students both as carriers as well as clients. The cell aims at working to eradicate this menace by arranging awareness programs to make the students aware of the strong legal force working against narcotics and inculcate respect towards and the Indian judiciary.

Above the Influence; Be Under Your Own Influence! Just Say No! Users Are Losers!

Objectives of the Anti-Drug Cell

  • To spread awareness and ensure a drug/substance free campus
  • To engage the students in anti-drug activities and educate them about the ill-effects
  • To motivate students to become volunteers of anti-drug activities in their lives
  • To ensure no sale of drugs or alcohol occurs within the college premises

Anti-Drug Cell Committee Members

Dr. Myrene R D’Souza,
Department of Biochemistry

Ms. Trina Banerjee,
Department of Psychology

Students Grievance Redressal Committee

Students Grievance Redressal Committee

This Cell has been constituted to act as a link between students and staff and management in order to address the problems of students, both academic and otherwise during their time in the institution.

The objectives of the Committee

  • To give a fair and thorough hearing to complainants
  • To provide advice and assistance to students who face problems
  • To ensure smooth communication and effective solutions
  • To maintain confidentiality, where required

Students Grievance Redressal Committee Members

Ms. Aruna Bhaskar,
Redressal Officer, Department of Commerce

Dr. George Lekha,
Department of Botany

Ms. Bavithra Matharasi P,
Department of MCA

Ms. Nivedita Patil,
Department of Biotechnology

Womens Cell

Womens Cell

Proposed Activities

  • Events during Fresher’s Day, Cul-Week, Cul-Ah and Humanities Fest
  • Conduct workshops on Green Menstruation, Hygiene, Women-Centered Issues
  • Women’s Day celebration on 8th March
  • Pad donation campaign that includes installation of working pad dispensers in the washroom
  • Events and Talks on breaking stereotypes

Co-ordinators

Ms. Soumya Ram

Ms. Trina Banerjee

Secretaries

Saranya Banerjee

Prerna Badepally

Proposed Activities

  • Events during Fresher’s Day, Cul-Week, Cul-Ah and Humanities Fest
  • Conduct workshops on Green Menstruation, Hygiene, Women-Centered Issues
  • Women’s Day celebration on 8th March
  • Pad donation campaign that includes installation of working pad dispensers in the washroom
  • Events and Talks on breaking stereotypes

Co-ordinators

Ms. Soumya Ram

Ms. Trina Banerjee

Secretaries

Saranya Banerjee

Prerna Badepally