Women Protection Cell

PREAMBLE

According to the Constitution of India, Right to Equality is a Fundamental Right that includes the right to equality before law, prohibition of discrimination and equality of opportunities in matters of public employment. Equality between men and women, right to work, to education and to public assistance in case of unemployment, old age, sickness and disablement and provision of just and humane conditions for work and maternity relief, are important Directive Principles of State Policy. Following the 1997 Supreme Court judgment, it has been mandated that it shall be the duty of the Employer to prevent or deter the commission of acts of sexual harassment and to provide the procedures for the resolution, settlement or prosecution of acts of sexual harassment by taking all steps required, and to be proactive by developing a conducive atmosphere on the campus, where all individuals can work safely with dignity.

Complying with the directives of the Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University(JNTU) Hyderabad, Women’s Protection Cell has been constituted at the college level with the following composition.

Women Protection Cell is being formed at the college level comprising the following faculty members

S.No Name of the Faculty Dept & Designation Role Contact No
1 Dr.M.Sujatha CSE-Assoc.Prof. Convener 9985842263
2 Mrs.K.Radhika Reddy ECE- Assoc.Prof Member 9642487722
3 Mrs.K.Prasanalatha English-Assoc.Prof. Member 9949012167
4 Mrs.E.Swapna Chemistry-HOD Member 8897642299

Women Protection Cell for Academic Year 2020-2021

S.No Name Dept. & Design Role Mobile No E-mail Id
1 Dr. G.Lakshmi Narayana Rao Principal Member 8106304455 principal@jits.ac.in
2 Dr. M.Sujatha CSE-Assoc. Prof. Co-ordinator 9985842263 dr.m.sujatha@jits.ac.in
3 Mrs. G.Srilatha CSE-Asst. Prof. Member 8328014812 gajula.srilatha@jits.ac.in
4 Mrs. D.Pushpalatha ECE-Asst. Prof. Member 9949454626 doosa.pushpalatha@jits.ac.in
5 Mrs. L.Sharadha EEE-Asst. Prof. Member 7036460856 lion.sharadha@jits.ac.in
6 Mrs. E.Swapna H&S-Assoc. Prof. Member 8897642299 swapna.e@jits.ac.in
7 Mrs. R.Chandana ME-Asst. Prof. Member 9154232023 ragunam.chandana@jits.ac.in
8 Ms. P.Priyanka MBA-Asst. Prof. Member 9676928332 pata.priyanka@jits.ac.in
9 Mrs. K.Bhagya Civil-Asst. Prof. Member 9441440778 kurra.bhagya@jits.ac.in

The Women’s Cell functions as a body that investigates and recommends action on all acts of sexual harassment against any woman.

TO WORK WITHOUT HARASSMENT IS EVERY INDIVIDUAL'S FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT

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RAVINDAR MOGILI

Associate Professor

M.Tech (CSE), (Phd)

14 Years of Teaching experience

Area of interest: Data Mining, Machine learning, Image processing

ravindermogili@gmail.com

Mobile: 9493142141

 

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