• Centre for Competitive Examination

Anti-Ragging Committee

Any form of disruptive behavior, whether through spoken or written words or actions, that involves teasing, rudeness, or any form of indiscipline likely to cause annoyance, hardship, or psychological distress to a fellow student, particularly a newcomer or junior, is considered as ragging. This includes coercing students into performing acts that would cause them shame or embarrassment, thereby adversely affecting their physical or mental well-being. Ragging, in any manifestation, is a serious offense punishable under criminal law. The authorities will take strict action against any student found guilty of ragging or aiding in ragging upon receiving a report of such behavior.

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