|1.||Prof. (Dr.) Vrjay Vir Singh||President||9414079990|
|2.||Dr. Praveen Choudhry||Registrar||9929803302|
|3.||Prof. (Dr.) Baldev Singh||Dean, Engineering||9785643441|
|4.||Prof. (Dr.) Hoshiyar Singh||Dean, Agri||9414796033|
|5.||Prof. (Dr.) Mridula Purohit||Associate Dean, FBAS||9414788361|
|6.||Dr. Shweta Choudhary||Centre Head, CODE||9302480901|
|7.||Mr. Gourav Agarwal||Associate professor, Arch||7568980607|
|8.||Mr. Pramod Faujdar –||Associate proctor||9314773015|
|9.||Dr. Ravikant Pareek||HOD, Civil||9729500999|
|10.||Mr. Sanjay Sharma||Hostel In-charge|
|11.||Mr. Shyam Sunder Tripathi,||Hostel Warden||7229913659|
|12.||Mr. Aman Meena,||B. Sc. (PCM), Final year||–|
|13.||Ms. Poornima Jaimini||Maths, Final year B. Sc (Hons.)||–|
|14.||Mr. Rohit Meena,||B. Arch.,Final year||–|
|15.||Mr. Pratap Singh||BSc. (Hons.) Agri, 2o’l year||–|
|16.||Ms. Aishwarya,||BBA Final Year, year||–|
VGU aims to ensure that no ragging takes place in the University and its hostel premises, by promulgating and enforcing stringent anti-ragging measures, and making provisions for deterrent and harsh punishment to defaulters. To ensure this, VGU follows all the Regulations and Guidelines of UGC and Honourable Supreme Court of India through a Anti Ragging Policy:
VGU realises that ragging is a menace in student life and it is committed to take strong action against the students found guilty of this crime.
Specifically, ragging constitutes any one or more of the following acts (the list is only illustrative):
(a) By the University:
(b) By the Law & Order Agencies:
Over and above the University-level action, there will be strong police and legal action. Ragging is a cognizable offence under the law of the land. , and the Supreme Court has ruled that the punishment to be meted out has to be exemplary and justifiably harsh to act as a deterrent. According to relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), those found guilty of a ragging related offence can be punished with imprisonment or fine or both. The quantum of punishment varies with the gravity of the crime. For example, Section 323 which deals with the cases of voluntarily causing hurt, can lead to imprisonment up to one year or fine or both; Section 306 which deals with abetment to suicide, specifies the punishment as imprisonment up to ten years with or without fine. Some other sections of IPC in this context include Section 341 (wrongful restraint), Section 506 (criminal intimidation), Section 302 (murder), Section 307 (attempt to murder), etc.
(a) Before Admission:
(b) At the time of Admission and Registration:
The Anti-Ragging Squad also has the responsibility to investigate incidents of ragging and report it forthwith to the Anti-Ragging Committee. The Anti-Ragging Committee may also entrust the Squad with specific investigative jobs.
The accommodation for the fresher students will be in a separate hostel block. The fresher hostel block will be clearly demarcated and entry into the freshers’ hostel will be manned by security staff round the clock. No one, particularly senior students, will be permitted to enter the freshers’ hostel at any time, except with express permission from the Warden. Similarly, fresher students are not permitted to visit hostels of senior students. The responsibility for ensuring the above instructions will be of the security guard/guards on duty at the entry points to the freshers’ hostels. All students shall report back in their respective hostel rooms latest by 8:00 PM. Attendance of hostel students, both freshers and seniors, will be taken at 9:00 PM and the report submitted to the Anti-Ragging Squad. All students shall abide by the Hostel Rules and the Anti-Ragging Regulations.
Any fresher student who went through or is apprehensive of an impending ragging incident shall promptly report it to any member of the Anti-Ragging Squad or the Anti-Ragging Committee, or to the Staff Advisor, or any faculty member or staff by any means such as, in person, by phone call, by e-mail, by written note, etc. The written complaints may also be dropped in the drop boxes kept prominently for this purpose at various locations in the academic buildings and hostels. The complaints can even be anonymous.
To prevent ragging, at the beginning academic session, VGU sensitize the students and parents on ragging and caution the students that indulging in ragging can ruin all their career goals as stern action will be taken against the offenders.
VGU has put in place a structured mechanism to monitor ragging related issues and stringent punishment to the offenders. University building including hostels and mess are monitored through constant camera surveillance. The anti-ragging squads of the University and hostels, take frequent rounds of the campus to prevent any incidence of ragging. The Anti-ragging Committee of the University oversee and enforce the anti-ragging regulations in letter and spirit. The newly admitted students are also encouraged to communicate with their respective mentors on any academic or personal problem and seek help.