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Sl No. Name of the Convenor
01 Mr. Kumarswamy M
Assoc. Professor

Ragging has ruined countless innocent lives and careers. In order to eradicate it, Hon'ble Supreme Court in Civil Appeal No. 887 of 2009, passed the judgement wherein guidelines were issued for setting up of a Central Crisis Hotline and Anti-Ragging database. Sri Adichunchanagiri college of pharmacy has an Anti-Ragging Committee cell which takes timely redressal of the students. In the beginning of every session the Anti-Ragging cell works to create awareness, conduct workshop against ragging menace and orient the students. It is also reflected in the college prospectus. The students (girls & boys) are given the idea about the working of the Anti-Ragging cell in the respective classes. It is notified in boys & girls’ hostel, canteen and playground and so on.

Students have direct access to the members of Anti-ragging authority. Student suggestion box is placed at various places in the college. The complaints received from the student or any kind of harassment in campus is forwarded to the Anti-Ragging Cell. The members of the cell meet twice in the session or as per the requirement of the action to be taken against any grievance or trouble. The issue is discussed and resolved according to its intensity. An annual report is prepared by the Anti-Ragging cell and it is forwarded to the Principal of the college.

Objectives of Anti Ragging Committee :

Anti-Ragging Committee will be the Supervisory and Advisory Committee on matters of Planning, Actions for Building and Preserving a Culture of Ragging Free Environment in the college Campus. The Anti Ragging Squad works under the Supervision of Anti Ragging Committee and to engage in the works of checking places like Hostels, Buses, Canteens, Classrooms and other places of student congregation, for any incidences of Ragging, and shall educate the students at large in the college about Menace of Ragging and related Punishment Provisions. Anti-Ragging Committee is involved in designing strategies and action plan for curbing the Menace of Ragging in the college by adopting array of activities.

Composition of Anti Ragging Committee :

Sr. No.



Contact No.

E-mail Id


Dr. Ramesh




Mr. Kumaraswamy M




Mr. Kiran Kumar GB




Dr. Anne Gowda




Mr. Madhu B K




Ms Gloria




Mrs. Manjula S N




PSI Bellur police station




Dr. Shashikant Bhatt




Sl No. Name of the Convenor
01 Dr Annegowda H V

In order to look into student complaints, the Sri Adichunchanagiri College of Pharmacy in Karnataka legally established the Grievance Redressal Cell (GRC) with four members. It resolves complaints at the departmental level and forwards complaints of general interest to the GRC. The Cell upholds a supportive and impartial learning environment. Parents' and students' complaints are addressed right away when they are received. The Grievance Redressal Cell examines each complaint, and any decisions are documented.


  • College GRC provides platform to all the students for their grievances
  • Identify the weaknesses and address them in a positive and structured manner
  • Bridging the gap between college management, teachers and students
  • Grievance Handling Levels

  • Grievance Redressal Cell
  • Anti-Ragging Cell
  • Cell to Prevent Sexual Harassment of Women
  • Grievance Handling Mechanism

  • When evaluating complaints, the College Grievance Redressal Cell (CGRC) shall adhere to the principles of natural justice.
  • Students who feel offended can file a grievance through the official ERP system, DHI, by entering their login information, or they can personally contact the grievance resolution cell.
  • The College Grievance Redressal Cell examines, investigates, and manages all complaints.
  • The College Grievance Redressal Cell addresses complaints after carefully examining them, and other complaints are sent to the appropriate cells depending on their nature, such as the "Anti Ragging Cell" (which addresses physical and psychological harm) and the "Cell to Prevent Sexual Harassment of Women" (discrimination, harassment, retaliation or sexual assault at all levels)
  • Depending on the severity of the issue, the Cell or the principle will resolve it after consulting with other management members, parents, and faculty. The administration, department heads, teachers, various staff coordinators of committees, and the Grievance Redressal Cell work together to quickly and effectively resolve grievances. Better stakeholder relationships and satisfaction are improved by an efficient complaint management method.

    The existence of the CGRC provides students, instructors, and non-teaching staff with a useful forum to air their concerns. Faith and belief in the system have been created as a result of the CGRC's wise decision-making and active involvement. As a result, the institution has developed a lively, welcoming, and accommodating environment.

    The Complaint Management Mechanism is carried out in three levels/layers in the institution:
    Level/Layer - 1:

    The departmental level grievances are attended by the concerned department heads.
    Level/Layer - 2:

    Unresolved grievances at the departmental level are referred to the Grievance Redressal Cell of the institution. The students can approach directly to the Grievance Redressal Cell of the institution with their complaints of common interest too.
    Level/Layer - 3:

    Depending on the seriousness of the problem, the issues are settled by the Cell or by the principal in consultation with parents and faculty. With the collective efforts of all the stakeholders - the Principal, Department Heads and the Grievance Redressal Cell resolves the complaints promptly and efficiently

    Contact Persons:
    1. Grievance Redressal Cell- Dr. Annegowda H V (9483330908)

    Links for more information:
    1. Grievance Redressal Cell-

    B) Anti-Ragging Cell

    Anti-Ragging Cell comprises of Anti-Ragging Committee and Anti-Ragging Squad to eliminate ragging in all its forms in the college


  • To weed out ragging in all its forms in the institution.
  • To absolutely prohibit ragging within or outside the college campus.
  • To punish those who are found indulge in ragging.
  • To sensitize students and staff to adopt measures that would curb ragging.
  • Anti-Ragging Committee

    At the beginning of the academic year, discipline committee is formed under the Students’ Council to ensure the discipline in the campus. Anti- Ragging Committee is fully and totally responsible to ensure that no incidence of ragging takes place.

    The Committee invigilates and ensures smooth functioning of all students’ activities The committee ensures to provide friendly and conducive environment to the new entrants.

    The Anti-Ragging Committee considers the recommendations of the Anti-Ragging Squad and takes appropriate decisions, including spelling out suitable punishments to those found guilty.

    Anti-Ragging Committee functions include going around/patrolling the Institution and the Campus common areas, maintain vigil and take action if they notice any incidence of ragging either in their Institution or in the hostel.

    The Committee has the responsibility to investigate incidences of ragging and take immediate action/punishment wherever required.

    Cell To Prevent Sexual Harassment of Women

    The cell to prevent sexual harassment of women has been established to provide a healthy and congenial atmosphere to all the staff members and students.

    The cell meets the following objectives:

  • To develop guidelines and norms for a policy against sexual harassment.
  • To develop principles and procedures for combating sexual harassment.
  • To work out details for the implementation of the policy.
  • To prepare a detailed plan of actions, both short and long term.
  • To organize gender sensitization awareness programmes.
  • Till now no cases of grave sexual harassment at college have been registered by the Committee for Sexual Harassment at Workplace

    The United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women adopted the following recommendation: Gender based violence is a form of discrimination which seriously inhibits women’s ability to enjoy rights and freedom on the basis of equality with men.

    The National Policy for Empowerment of Women (2001), Government of India, had emphasized the elimination of discrimination and all forms of violence against women in both the public and the private sphere. Institutions and mechanisms /schemes for assistance are to be created and strengthened for prevention of such violence including sexual harassment at workplace. Sri Adichunchanagiri College of Pharmacy, BG Nagara constitutes committee for sexual Harassment at workplace in the year 2009 to address the issue of sexual harassment at workplace. In this meeting a decision was adopted to constitute an Internal Complaints Committee.

    As per Sec 6 (2) of the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition, Redressal) Act, 2013 an Internal Complaints Committee was duly formed in the college to look into, and adjudicate matters relating to any kind of sexual harassment meted out to students or female employees in the Institution. To that end the college has been vigilant about instances of gender discrimination, victimization and abuse, and acted promptly to address/redress any issues that violated the provisions of the said Act. Moreover, it plays a proactive role in averting instances of sexual harassment by motivating students to attend the programmes organized by the cell to prevent sexual harassment of women of the college on gender discrimination, sexual harassment, relevant legislation for the empowerment of women and other related concerns. The Committee for Sexual Harassment at workspace in the college is constituted of the following members:

    Sl No. Name of the Convenor
    01 Mrs. Noor ul Ain

    Sri Adichunchanagiri College of Pharmacy, B G Nagara is one of the region's top academic institutions. It has good infrastructure for dealing with academic programmes. The university has gone to great lengths to ensure that its students have pleasant amenities. Every student receives the assistance they require.

    The institution frequently looks after the Divyangjan and is always willing to lend a helpful hand. As part of it, a group of healthy students has been organised to provide genuine support as readers and scribes to students who are visually impaired and physically challenged. Under the supervision of a Teacher Convener, this energetic group of pupils remains ready.

    Sl No. Name of the Convenor
    01 Mr Kiran Kumar G B

    Mentor Mentee System@SACCP

    Sri Adichunchanagiri Institution of Pharmacy, B G Nagara established the Mentor-Mentee Cell with the goal of providing assistance and counselling to students studying at the college in order to improve their academic and professional careers and so contribute to nation development.

    We offer counselling to students through personal attention and regular conversations while they are on campus, over the phone, and by paying personal visits to the homes of the mentees assigned to the instructor in question as the Mentor.

    The plan has shown to be quite effective in bridging the gap between the teacher and the learner. It has proven useful in integrating the harmonious interaction between the student and his or her family, as well as the institution as a whole. It has undoubtedly fostered a climate of conviction and trust in the alma mater. As a result, the enrolment ratio of female students from various socioeconomic backgrounds has been steadily growing year after year. We aim that all students get rightly educated and take the right step towards building their career.

    Aims and Objectives
  • To provide a link between the mentor and the mentee.
  • To guarantee that pupils' academic achievement is of high quality.
  • Deal with associated concerns for the pupils' overall development.
  • To offer mutual assistance and a pleasant learning atmosphere.
  • To encourage and motivate students to pursue further education and compete in competitive tests.
  • To talk about stress-related difficulties.
  • To manage academic engagement and evaluate the results.

  • Programme Details
  • Mentees shall be assigned to the mentors right from the first year of the programme.
  • A mentor shall not have more than 30 mentees at a time.
  • The mentees preferably be attached to the same mentor for the entire duration of the programme.
  • The mentor shall meet the mentees regularly and record the outcome of the meeting in the hard copy. The details about each mentee will be recorded and periodically updated.
  • The mentor shall identify the students performing exceptionally well in curricular or co-curricular activities and report to the head of the institution/department for providing further motivation to advanced/gifted learners.
  • The mentor shall also identify the students whose performance/attendance is below par. The mentor shall interact with the student and try to find out the cause of the problem or an indifferent behavior. If required the mentor will involve the parents, head of the department for reforming the student.
  • a. Attendance: The mentor shall observe and monitor the attendance of the mentee. He/she shall advise and take necessary follow up action with regard to students who do not meet the attendance norms of the college.
    b. Academic Matters: The mentor shall also keep a track of the academic performance of mentees including continuous assessment, term and examination and help the mentee through counselling or by arranging remedial teaching, if necessary
    c. Behavioural and discipline matters
    d. Health and physical well being
    e. Achievements, talents and co-curricular activities
    f. Stress related issues

    Duties/Responsibilities of Mentor

    a. Introduce and discuss the concept of mentor- mentee system with the assigned mentees.
    b. Call a meeting of all mentees and record their necessary details in the designated form, note any specific requirement of a students and discuss with them the complete schedule of future meetings
    c. Keep a track of the attendance, academic performance and behavioural aspects of the students by interacting with exam department and the hostel authorities etc.
    d. Support students academically and emotionally
    e. Contact parents to inform the progress of their ward, whenever required and visit the houses of mentees at least twice in the year.
    f. Maintain a record of the progress made by the identified underperforming students and take remedial actions wherever required.
    g. To guide students and also to arrange for remedial teaching if required.

    Duties/Responsibilities of Mentee

    a. Attend meeting regularly
    b. Fill personal information in the form at the time of joining the mentor- mentee system.
    c. Provide details of attendance, continuous assessment, term end examination, co-curricular, extra- curricular activities to the mentor whenever asked for.
    d. Repose confidence in the mentor and seek his/her advice whenever required.

    Sl No. Name of the Convenor
    01 Mr. Pulok Majumder

    The College magazine is an annual publication of the institution that gives students and faculty the chance to showcase their creative abilities. The name of our distinguished college publication is "AOUSHADHAGIRI."

    Aoushadhagiri provides a glimpse into college life and showcases the students' inventiveness. It includes literary works i.e poems, essays, short tales, and other creative works that all authored by the teachers and students.

    The magazine committee solicits works from students and instructors. The editorial board picks the suitable ones for publishing. The college magazine serves several objectives. The most significant aspect is that it pulls out students' hidden creative skills, allowing them to become better writers.

    A magazine committee is created in a general meeting for the publishing of the magazine. The committee is led by the college's principal. All professors have been chosen as adviser members of the magazine committee.

    Whenever an individual perceives a piece of his own writing published in the college magazine, he is pleased and overjoyed. The academic and extracurricular pursuits of the institution are also reflected in the college magazine. For the youngsters, it is a hidden island of treasures. Aoushadhagiri represents the college in the outside world. Additionally, it serves as a connection between the college's former and current students. When a copy of the magazine reaches their hands, former students can rightfully recall the institution with all the joyful recollections of their youth years. It shows the college's accomplishments and activities. Rightly said ‘Aoushadhagiri' is the mirror of Sri Adichunchanagiri Collage of Pharmacy’.

    Sl No. Name of the Convenor
    01 Mrs Mallamma T

    SACCP considering the role of women in each sector, with this objective in mind, SACCP WEC was established in 2016-17. The aim of this committee is to develop the capacities and potential in the girl students from urban and rural areas of the surrounding region. The Cell also facilitates to provide and develop confidence, administrative skills, communication skills etc. by giving the females support system and various platforms.

    The primary aim of the Cell is to generate awareness and sensitivity towards women’s issues in every field. Both the female and the male students, along with the teaching and non-teaching staff are involved in the activities.


    1. To strengthen the capacity of women and help them to achieve upgraded skill and respectable place in the society.
    2. To create awareness among the students on social, economic and cultural issues.
    3. To highlight the importance of spirituality, health, hygiene and safety
    4. To sensitize the youth about promotion of Gender equality.
    5. To promote awareness of Psychological Counseling and related Health problems
    6. Celebration of International Womens Day in March every year.
    7. Counseling services for resident and non – resident students.


    WEC act as catalyst for promoting and strengthening women studies. With this view, the Cell work through teaching, research on socially relevant issues as well as organizing various collaborative and social activities especially in the areas of gender equality, economic and self-reliance, girls education, issues of women rights, laws, atrocities act, entrepreneurship, domestic violence and awareness on female Foeticide etc. These programmes have been carried out for students as well as teaching & non-teaching staff of the college and nearby society.

    Keeping in view the objective of empowerment of women, the Womens Empowerment Cell has been organizing guest lectures on women’s role in families, relationship in families, balance diet, marriage as an ideal relationship, reproductive organs in humans and functioning, concepts of gender equality, feminism a thought, women and science, adolescence age,

    The Cell has played an active role on the issues of Sexual Harassment in the college and actively coordinated and contributed to the government and university in framing of the policy against Sexual Harassment and its fulfillment.

    Sl. No. Name of the Member Designation
    1.      Dr. Ramesh B Chair-Person
    2.      Dr. Bharathi D R Convenor
    3.      Mrs. Mallamma T Co-Ordinator
    4.      Mrs. Varsha Jain BA Joint Co-Ordinator
    5.      Dr. Rashmi N G Member
    6.      Dr. Yenduri Suvarna Member
    7.      Dr. Gloriya Member
    8.      Dr. Tesmi Sajan Member
    9.      Mrs. Noor-Ul-Eain Member
    10.   Ms. Manisha S Member
    11.   Mrs. Poornima G Member
    12.   Mrs.Yashodha Member
    13.   Varshini M(IInd Pharm.D) Student Co-ordinator
    14.   ANISHA A S( Ist B.Pharm) Student Co-ordinator

    Activities of the Cell:

    1. International Womens Day 2018-19.

    ACU-Sri Adhichunchanagiri college of pharmacy in collaboration with BGS B.Ed college organises womens day celebration on 8th march 2019 at B.Ed college, sri math. on this occasion sri prasannanatha swamiji of ACM & Dr. A T Shivaramu delivered the talk on women’s power. swamiji has honoured former womens like Girijamma and savithramma for their successful achievement in agriculture.The students presented the camouflage, Tablow,also performed the script on the theme “SABALE” & few students delivered the talk on womens day.

    2. International Womens Day 2019-20

    ACU-Sri Adichunchanagiri College of Pharmacy,B.G.Nagara,Organized a *International Women's Day* celebration on 12th March,2020.on theTheme of *Each for Equal*.Dr.Prof R.C.Prameela Department of OBG, AH &RC was the Chief Guest of the programme. Principal,HODs of various departments,teaching & non-teaching staffs,students from all the batches attended the programme.Dr. R.C Prameela in her address emphasized on the importance of giving equal rights and respect to the women in the society. She also highlighted on different ways to tackle the health issues that the women face nowadays due to changing lifestyles.

    3. Guest lecture on “POLYCYSTIC OVERIAN SYNDROME” on 2nd APRIL 2019.

    The Women empowerment Cell of our College had organised a Guest lecture on “POLYCYSTIC OVERIAN SYNDROME” on 2nd April 2019. The speaker of this event was Dr.Bharathi K.R. Asst Prof, Dept of OBG, AIMS. During the one hour session she talked about various causative factors, diagnostic parameters, and complications PCOS in detail.

    4. Women Entreprenuership In Pharma Sector on 18th Oct 19.

    organized one day Seminar on *Women Entreprenuership in Pharma Sector* 18th Oct 19. Resourse Person *Ivy Louis* Founder Director VIENNI TRAINING & CONSULTING LLP,Bengaluru an organization that builds excellence through training & consulting, while working with people & processes.

    5. Demo on Sanitary Napkin Vending Machine

    On the Objective of “Swachha Bharat Mission” & “Fit India”we have organized a demo for All First year girls of Diploma/UG/PG on “Sanitary Napkin Vending Machine & Incinerator”on 27-9-19 ( Machine is in use since 2017 at SACCP) by HLL life care Ltd.The Technical engineer has explained about the biodegradable, Chemical-free napkins & its safe disposal.

    6. SELFIE CONTEST 2021

    A selfie contest was organized by Women Empowerment Cell, SACCP from April 1st to 15th. The themes of selfie contest are

  • #Back to Campus,
  • #Healthy Moments,
  • #My mother _My Inspiration,
  • #Swaccha Bharath.
  • The activity was attended by many students. Among all #My Mother_ My Inspiration theme based selfie which as a meaningfull tagline.

    7. Webiner on world breast feeding Week 2021

    The " Woman Empowerment Cell " of SACCP & BGSCE, BG Nagara organized a webinar on the topic: Breastfeeding benefits, problems & interventions. The resource person was Dr Nagarathnamma, professor of OBG Department, Rajarajeshwari Medical College, Bengaluru, She highlighted breastfeeding interventions, myths & facts, benefits of breastfeeding. Mrs.Mallamma T & Shobha M, WEC Coordinator of SACCP & BGSCE coordinated the event. More than 90 participants were present & also e-certificate given to the registered participants, SACCP & BGSCE faculties were also attended the program.

    8. International Womens Day 2021-22

    On the occassion of International Women's Day 10th March, 2022.WEC members organised the various competition like

    • Cook off Challenge
    • Best Out of Waste
    • Swanky Elegant women poster Competition
    • Slogan writing Competition.

    The faculty members, Non-teaching staffs & student witness the event with various cultural programmes like song, speech, Dance.The programme was endend with taking pledge, prize distribution with cake cutting. Nearly 55 students from different courses participated in various competitions.

    Sl No. Name of the Convenor
    01 Dr. Yenduri Suvarna

    Sri Adichunchanagiri College of Pharmacy, B G Nagara is a top college that provides quality teaching and learning to students from varied backgrounds who enrol. As a result, each student's learning interests and speed varies. As a result, it is critical to identify the learners and prepare accordingly in order to give student-centered teaching-learning.

    The institution is dedicated to improving the academic performance of its enrolled students, and as such, it makes every effort to improve the academic performance of slow learners. In this light, the institution sees remedial tutoring as an important instrument for improving the academic performance of sluggish students. Slow learners recognised based on prior test results, responsiveness in classroom teaching learning, and after constant monitoring in class are encouraged to attend additional supporting courses to deepen their interests in the topic.

    In addition, remedial sessions such as group discussions, guest speakers, interaction with topic experts, and so on are held to offer them with extra assistance.

    Aside from that, slow learners are offered additional study material and encouraged to solve prior university test papers. Faculty members maintain frequent touch with slow learners both on and off campus. This encourages slow learners to communicate their questions and concerns with teachers.

    Faculty members encourage advanced learners to participate in various events such as elocution, debate, quiz competition, and so on in order to give a proper platform for advanced learners to enhance their skills and talents. The faculty members maintain genuine touch with the advanced learners, allowing them to talk and share their perspectives on advanced subject issues.

    Mechanism of the scheme:

    At the entrance level, students were evaluated based on their achievement in the Learner's Aptitude Test, the prior test, their interest in the selected current topic, their engagement in classroom teaching-learning, and their learning speed. Following the identification of the learners, the department develops a schedule and assigns themes to faculty members. Notices inform students and instructors about the timetable and specifics of remedial sessions. The remedial lessons are then held on a regular basis for the identified slow learners, according to the timetable. During these courses, the faculty arranges supplementary study materials for the students to bridge the knowledge gap and help them to deal with the academic course in which they are enrolled.

    Specific steps adopted for slow learners:

    1. Tutorials, talks, dialogues, and corrective coaching.
    2. Exercises in concept clarification and issue resolution
    3. Explanations and conversations in both languages
    4. Provision for standardised but streamlined lecture notes/course content.
    5. Topic and practical revision.
    6. Improving communication skills and the art of reading-learning.

    Expected Outcomes:

    1. Improvements in the university test outcomes of identified slow learners.
    2. Increased frequency and engagement in classroom teaching and learning.
    3. Improvement in confidence and a more true sense of self.
    4. Deepening and cultivating one's understanding of personal motivation.
    5. Students are given possibilities for the future.
    6. Developing confidence to confront the placement drives.
    7. Increased interest in the issues chosen.

    The college makes every attempt to accommodate advanced students by providing them with appropriate platforms.

    Sl No. Name of the Convenor
    01 Mr. Tripathy Amrutanand

    Soft Skills is a prevalent word nowadays that refers to personal transversal skills such as social aptitudes, language and communication ability, friendliness and teamwork ability, and other personality attributes that characterise interpersonal connections. Soft Skills have long been thought to be complimentary to Hard Skills, which are the skills to do a certain task or activity. Soft skills are regarded critical for success in personal and professional life, thus they are necessary for students seeking any type of work.

    Enterprises typically recruit new employees, particularly fresh graduates, based on their Soft Skills rather than their Hard Skills. This is also true for technical professions, because in order for a firm to remain competitive, it must build excellent and effective teams as well as a collaborative working environment.

    The college have planned a variety of events to help students enhance their soft skills while attending the school. These activities assisted learners in learning and acquiring soft skills such as Communication Skills, Presentation Skills, Written Communication, Interpersonal Skills, Creativity, and Leadership, among others.

    Organization held workshops for students to enhance their presentation skills. Students engage and take an active role in the Seminars. Topics are assigned to students to prepare and present in order to evaluate their performance. Every year, the departments make such lectures a regular component of the campus.

    The Group Discussion is a common activity on campus, whether or not it is part of the curriculum. They acquire the art of argumentation, which will aid them in their future lives, and they build interpersonal skills among themselves.

    Sl No. Name of the Convenor
    01 Mr Madhu B K

    The entire educational system includes physical education. It aids in achieving the ultimate goal of education, which is the accomplishment of holistic development. Sports and games are important parts of a student's life. A student should put in a lot of effort in their studies to succeed in competitive exams. But he should also engage in sports and activities to benefit from the strength and vitality of life. A student should spend time on games and athletics in addition to academic studies.

    We become worn out when we work or study by ourselves. We continue to be ineffective at performing any task. We lose our mental fatigue through sports. Without sports, education is lacking. One of the most effective departments is the Department of Physical Education and Sports. It aspires to be the best at everything it does and bring honour to the college. We continually advance in the field of sports with the assistance of college instructors.

    Throughout the session, we organised inter-departmental tournaments for students as well as some sports activities for staff, keeping in mind the concept of "SPORTS FOR ALL" (teaching and non-teaching). It is one of the largest co-curricular activity programmes, with numerous opportunities available to all students and faculty. This venture will allow students and staff to have fun, learn new sports, improve social interaction, and put their physical abilities to the test. These competitions also provide a break from daily routine tasks and help to recreate or re-energise them.

    Regularly from the sports department we conduct following sports events for the students and staffs:

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    Sl No. Name of the Convenor
    01 Mr Ravindra B N


    The National Service Scheme is an Indian government-sponsored public service program conducted by the Ministry of Youth affairs and Sports of the government of India. Popularly known as NSS, the scheme was launched in Gandhiji’s centenary year in 1969. Aimed at developing students’ personalities through community service, NSS is a voluntary association of young people in colleges.

    The program aims to instil the idea of social welfare in students and to provide service to society without bias. NSS volunteers work to ensure that everyone who is needy gets help to enhance their standard of living and lead a life of dignity. In doing so, volunteers learn from people in villages how to lead a good life despite a scarcity of resources. It also provides help in natural and man-made disasters by providing food, clothing, and first aid to victims of the disaster.

    At national level, Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports of India is the nodal authority, which works with state-level NSS cells. State-level NSS cells are responsibility of the respective state governments. Within states, each university has University level NSS cell under which institutions (schools and colleges) based NSS units operate. Most government and government-aided institutions have volunteer NSS units. They are managed internally by a responsible party from the school or college, who reports to the regional NSS coordinator.


    The motto of the National Service Scheme is NOT ME BUT YOU


  • To develop a sense of social and civic responsibility
  • To inculcate the spirit of selflessness among the students
  • To identify the needs & problems of the community and extend a helping hand
  • To establish a meaningful linkage between Campus and Community, College and Village & Knowledge and Action.
  • We can proudly claim that our college has an outstanding NSS unit.


    A NSS volunteer who takes part in the community service program would either be a college level or a senior secondary level student. Being an active member, these student volunteers would have the exposure and experience to be the following:

  • An accomplished social leader
  • An efficient administrator
  • A person who understands human nature

    The college NSS unit has the strength of 100 students. The camp unit has the strength of 50 participants annual camp every year.

    Every year college has been conducting various Shramadana activities. Some of these are:

    1. Tree Plantation
    2. Blood Donation Camp
    3. Cleaning activities (campus and surrounding places)
    4. Health Awareness Activities
    5. Street Rally
    6. Prohibition of Drug Abuse and Awareness Activities.


    Assistant professor ,
    Department of Pharmacy Practice
    SS Program officer

    Sl No. Contact Persons
    01 Mrs. Mallamma T


    Women’s Grievances Redressal Cell is meant to safe guard and promote well being of all women employees of the organization. It takes care of all complaints and Requirements of women staff and students in the campus and action taken for redressal of complaints.


    Name of the Member




    Ph. No


    Dr. B. Ramesh





    Ms. Mallamma T





    Mrs. Varsha jain B A

    Joint Co-Ordinator




    Ms. Shobha


    Hostel Warden SACCP Girls Hostel



    Anisha Amarnath Shetty





    Sandya S




    Roles and Responsibilities

  • To investigate reported cases of women, if any, and submit its report to the disciplinary authority recommending action to be taken.
  • The Cell will deal with the cases / complaints of sexual annoyance and any other type of harassment/requirement of the female students, teaching and non-teaching women staff of the college.
  • The Cell shall process all the individual complaints and take suitable action thereon in the manner and mode as per the college norms.
  • The Cell may form / review the guidelines / policy for redressal of the grievance as required from time to time.
  • To conduct meeting whenever required and discuss relevant issues, in consultation with the Director seeking his approval.
  • Your discrimination complaint must reach within 15 days from the date of incident contain the following:

  • Your name, address, and telephone number;
  • A short description of the event/problem that you wanted to address
  • A short description of any injury you suffered; if any.
  • Procedure for Lodging Complaint.

  • The students may feel free to put up a grievance in writing/or Email to the respective committee incharge.
  • The Grievance Cell will act upon those cases which have been forwarded along with the necessary documents.
  • The Grievance Cell will assure that the grievance has been properly solved in a stipulated time limit provided by the cell.

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