Anti-Ragging Committee

Role & Responsibilities:

  1. To advise / counsel the senior students in the class rooms and hostels not to involve in ragging.
  2. To prevent ragging at different places like bus stops, corridors, canteen, laboratories, hostels etc.
  3. To constitute anti- ragging squads.
  4. To take all measures to prevent ragging and keep the campus ragging free campus.
  5. To report actions to the Principal on the students involved in ragging activities if any.
  6. To enforce and maintain strict discipline to prevent ragging in the College Campus.
  7. To conduct anti-ragging campaign to the students on awareness of punishment for ragging through suitable posters around college campus and hostel premises.
  8. To keep continuous watch and vigil over ragging so as to prevent its occurrence and recurrence.
  9. No student should be allowed to enter the college premises or hostel without Student ID. Any incident of ragging in the college or outside should be brought to the notice of the Principal with written complaint. The minutes of every meeting should be forwarded to the Principal, without fail.
  • Terms: Once in a year and shall continue to be in force until reconstruction.
  • Meetings: Once in a year and on any exigency.

Role of the Coordinator: Arranges awareness programme for seniors on anti-ragging with the local police officials. This committee forms Vigilance Committees and Flying Squads, every year to ensure the campus is free menace of ragging.

The responsibility of the Vigilance Committees is to ensure that all anti-ragging measures are in place to curb the menace of ragging.

The responsibility of the Flying Squad is to maintain Vigil to check ragging activates. To make surprise visits in the campus, bus stops and hostel and other places vulnerable to incidents & having the potential for ragging.

The College Anti-Ragging Committee is formed comprising of the following staff members and students.

College Anti-Ragging Committee for Academic Year 2019-2020

S.No Name of the Faculty Dept & Designation Role Contact No
1 Dr.G.Lakshmi Narayana Rao Principal Chairman 8106304455
2 Mrs.V.Neelima CSE- Assoc.Prof Coordinator 9948035353
3 Mr. P. Balakishan EEE-Assoc.Prof. Member 9848802784
4 Mr. N. Venkateswaran CSE- Assoc.Prof Member 9440188403
5 Mrs.E.Swathi Chemistry-Lab Asst. Member 8096421203
6 Mr.M.Ramesh ECE-Asst.Prof Member 9553192228
7 Mr.N.Sai kiran ME- Asst.Prof Member 7660002224
8 Mr.K.Raghu Naick CIVIL-Asst.Prof Member 9705999372
9 Ms.M.Dhathrisree CSE I-B Student Member 8790182368
10 Ms.K.Arundhathi CSE III-B Student Member 9866117784
11 Mr.J.shiva Ganesh CSE IV-A Student Member 9154327222
12 Mr.A.Sunil Naik ECE I -Student Member 9010610562
13 Mr.N.Trinath ECE III-C Student Member 6302131906
14 Mr.A.Athinath EEE I -Student Member 9381956485
15 Ms.A.Nandini EEE III -Student Member 8886184680
16 Ms.M.Shreya Civil I- Student Member 8688659561
17 Mr.Syed Aslam Civil IV Student Member 6304151705
18 Md.Sufi Baba Mech IV Student Member 9989168416

College Anti-Ragging Committee for Academic Year 2020-2021

S.No Name Dept. & Design Role Mobile No E-mail Id
1 Dr. G.Lakshmi Narayana Rao Principal Chairman 8106304455 principal@jits.ac.in
2 Dr. V.Neelima CSE–Assoc Prof. Co-ordinator 9642487722 vontela.neelima@jits.ac.in
3 Mr. R.Venkateshwar Rao Physical Director. Member 9700395025 rvrao222@gmail.com
4 Mr. G.Ranjith Kumar CSE–Asst. Pro. Member 9014432147 gotte.ranjitkumar@jits.ac.in
5 J. Ramesh ECE–Asst Prof. Member 903090078 jitty.ramesh@jits.ac.in
6 R. Babu EEE-Assoc. Prof. Member 9849024193 rondi.babu@jits.ac.in
7 Mr. N.Venkateswaran CSE–Assoc. Prof. Member 9949674358 venkateswaran.n@jits.ac.in
8 Mrs. E.Swapna H&S– Assoc. Prof. Member 8897642299 swapna.e@jits.ac.in
9 Mr. N.Sai kiran MECH–Asst. Prof. Member 9848144215 nampally.saikiran@jits.ac.in
10 Mr. M.Raj Kumar CIVIL–Asst. Prof. Member 9866125735 mamidala.rajkumar@jits.ac.in
11 K. Shivani IV CSE Student Member 9398063853 shivanigoud1901@gmail.com
12 R. Rupini II CSE Student Member 9550650578 rudrojurupini@gmail.com
13 M. Shreya II Civil Student Member 8688659561 mudarishreyaprasadsree@gmail.com
14 MD. Abdul Wasi IV EEE Student Member 7659016968 prmewasi@gmail.com
15 M. Sai Kumar II MECH Student Member 7989560240 saikumarmysa31@gmail.com
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