Committees

Committees

Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC)

Overview:

The Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC) is a dedicated body established within an institution to address and combat discrimination in all its forms. Discrimination can manifest based on factors such as race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religion, disability, age, or any other characteristic that leads to unequal treatment or prejudice. The ADC works proactively to promote equality, diversity, and inclusion, striving to create environments where all individuals are respected, valued, and provided with equal opportunities.  

Objectives:

  1. The ADC aims to raise awareness about various forms of discrimination and their impact on individuals and society.
  2. ADC is to implement policies and procedures that prevent discrimination from occurring within the organization or community.
  3. The ADC provides support and assistance to individuals who have experienced discrimination.
  4. The committee advocates for changes in laws, policies, and practices that perpetuate discrimination.
  5. The ADC works to create environments that embrace diversity and promote inclusion.
  6. The committee provides training programs and workshops to educate members of the organization about diversity, inclusion, and the importance of combating discrimination.
  7. The ADC regularly monitors the organization or community for signs of discrimination and evaluates the effectiveness of its strategies and interventions.
 
Anti-Ragging Committee (ARC)

Overview:

The Anti-Ragging Committee (ARC) is a specialized body formed within educational institutions to eradicate the menace of ragging. Ragging refers to any form of verbal, physical, or psychological abuse or harassment inflicted upon new students by their seniors. It can include activities ranging from harmless pranks to severe forms of bullying that may have lasting detrimental effects on the victims. The ARC is dedicated to creating a safe and welcoming environment for all students by implementing strict measures to prevent and address incidents of ragging.

 

Objectives:

  1. The primary objective of the Anti-Ragging Committee is to prevent instances of ragging from occurring within the educational institution.
  2. The ARC ensures that the institution’s anti-ragging regulations and policies are strictly enforced.
  3. In the unfortunate event that ragging does occur, the ARC provides immediate support and assistance to the victims.
  4. The committee organizes awareness programs, workshops, and seminars to educate students about the harmful effects of ragging and the importance of maintaining a respectful and supportive environment for all.
  5. The ARC establishes confidential reporting mechanisms through which students can report incidents of ragging without fear of retaliation.
  6. The committee collaborates with law enforcement agencies, educational authorities, and other relevant stakeholders to coordinate efforts in combating ragging.
  7. The ARC conducts regular monitoring and evaluation of its anti-ragging initiatives to assess their effectiveness and identify areas for improvement.
Anti-Sexual Harassment Committee(ASHC)

Overview:

The Anti-Sexual Harassment Committee (ASHC) is a vital entity established within institutions to combat sexual harassment. Sexual harassment encompasses unwelcome advances, requests for sexual Favors and other verbal, non-verbal, or physical conduct of a sexual nature that creates a hostile or intimidating environment. The ASHC is dedicated to creating safe spaces where individuals are protected from such behaviour, and where they can work or interact without fear of harassment or discrimination based on gender or sexual orientation.

Objectives:

  1. The ASHC is to prevent instances of sexual harassment from occurring within the organization or community.
  2. The committee conducts awareness campaigns, workshops, and training sessions to educate members about sexual harassment, its impact on victims, and the importance of maintaining respectful and professional conduct in all interactions.
  3. The ASHC provides support and assistance to victims.
  4. The committee establishes confidential reporting mechanisms through which individuals can report incidents of sexual harassment without fear of retaliation.
  5. The ASHC is responsible for promptly and impartially investigating complaints of sexual harassment.
  6. The committee monitors the organization’s compliance with anti-sexual harassment laws and regulations and evaluates the effectiveness of its policies and procedures in preventing and addressing sexual harassment.
  7. The ASHC works to ensure accountability at all levels of the organization by holding perpetrators of sexual harassment accountable for their actions and fostering a culture of respect, integrity, and ethical conduct.
Gender Sensitization Committee (GSC)

Overview:

A Gender Sensitization Committee (GSC) is a specialized body established within institution with the primary aim of promoting gender sensitivity, equality, and inclusivity. It operates to create awareness, educate, and address issues related to gender discrimination, harassment, and biases. The committee functions as a proactive platform to foster a conducive environment that respects and upholds the rights and dignity of all genders.

The primary objectives of Career Guidance Cell typically include:

  1. Gender Sensitization Committee is to foster an understanding of gender-related issues among members of the organization.
  2. The committee aims to eliminate all forms of gender discrimination within the organization.
  3. To provide a safe platform for individuals to report incidents of gender-based harassment, including sexual harassment, verbal abuse, or discrimination.
  4. The committee works towards fostering a workplace culture that is inclusive and respectful of diverse gender identities and expressions.
  5. The Gender Sensitization Committee conducts regular training sessions, workshops, and awareness programs for employees or members of the organization.
  6. The committee plays a crucial role in developing and implementing policies and guidelines that promote gender equality and prevent discrimination and harassment.
  7. The Gender Sensitization Committee continuously monitors the organization’s environment to assess the effectiveness of its initiatives and policies.
Career Guidance Cell (CGC)

Overview:

A Career Guidance Cell (CGC) is an essential component of educational institutions, dedicated to providing students with the necessary support and resources to make informed decisions about their career paths.

The primary objectives of Career Guidance Cell typically include:

  1. To Offer individualized guidance to students through one-on-one sessions to help them explore their interests, skills, and aspirations, and align them with suitable career options.
  2. Provide up-to-date information about various career paths, including emerging industries, job market trends, and educational requirements, through workshops, seminars, and online resources.
  3. Organize workshops, training programs, and seminars to enhance students’ employability skills such as communication skills, resume writing, interview techniques, and interpersonal skills.
  4. Conduct personality assessments and aptitude tests to help students gain insights into their strengths and weaknesses, facilitating better career decision-making.
  5. Facilitate interactions between students and professionals through career fairs, networking events, and alumni meetups to expand students’ professional networks and gain industry insights.
  6. Assist students in securing internships, summer training programs, and job placements by connecting them with potential employers, arranging campus recruitment drives, and providing resume referrals.
  7. Offer guidance and resources for students interested in entrepreneurship, including mentorship programs, business plan competitions, and access to startup incubators or accelerators.
  8. Provide ongoing support to students even after graduation by offering alumni networking opportunities, career guidance, and professional development resources.
  9. Conduct research on emerging career trends, market demands, and industry developments to provide relevant insights to students and educators.
  10. Build partnerships with industry organizations, companies, and professional bodies to enhance the relevance of career guidance services and ensure alignment with industry standards.