Approch towards Ragging
The Institute has accepted the guidelines issued by the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India in connection with Judgment in Civil Writ Petition No.656 of 1998 leading to the case Vishwa Jagriti Mission vs. Central Government and others. The Supreme Court directed that ragging in educational Institutions should be prevented and appropriate measures should be taken by AICTE for prevention of ragging in technical educational Institutions. As such, ragging in any form on any student, inside or outside the Institute premises or Hostel, is strictly prohibited.
 
Anti Ragging Committee & Anti Ragging Squad
 
 
ANTI-RAGGING COMMITTEE
ANTI-RAGGING SQUAD
 
 
Chairperson
Director
Chairperson
Director
   
Advisory Members
Administrator
All Departmental Heads
Advisory Members
Administrator
All Departmental Heads
   
Jt. Coordinator
Mr. Rajeeb Chetri, Asst. Prof.
Mr. Subhajit Roy, Asst. Prof.
Jt. Coordinator
Mr. Arup Das, Asst. Prof.
Mr. Hrishikesh Roy, Asst. Prof
   
Members Faculty Representatives
Mrs. Sampa Das, Asst. Prof.
Mr. Krittibas Parai, Asst. Prof.
Mr. Subhomoy Sarker, Asst. Prof.
Mr. Siraj Hossain, Asst. Prof.
Mrs. Swagata Nath, Asst. Prof.
Mr. Debayan Dey, Asst. Prof.
Members Faculty Representatives
Dr. Debabrata Moitra, Asst.Prof.
Mr. Shomnath Dutta , Asst. Prof.
Mrs. Bahnisikha Das, Asst. Prof.
Mr. Bidyut Das, Asst. Prof.
Ms. Jayati Routh, Asst. Prof.
Mr. Govinda Baibhaw, Asst. Prof.
   
Members Non-Teaching Staff
Mr. Suhashis Ghosh, T&P Executive
Mr. Pinaki Sarkar, Librarian
Members Non-Teaching Staff
Mr. Ranjan Chhetri, Jr. Executive, T&P Cell
Mr. Somnath Banerjee, Sr. Executive, O & A
   
Member Civil & Police Administration
Inspector-in-Charge, Pradhan Nagar Police Station, Siliguri
Member Civil & Police Administration
Inspector-in-Charge, Pradhan Nagar Police Station, Siliguri
   
Member Local Media
Mr. Sabyasachi Bhattacharjee, Journalist, Aajkal
Member Local Media
Mr. Sabyasachi Bhattacharjee, Journalist, Aajkal
   
Student Member Fresher
Ms. Falguni Sarkar, Student of B.Tech (CSE)
Mr. Kamal Paul, Student of MBA
Student Member Fresher
Mr. Ankit Chakraborty, Student of B.Tech (ECE)
Ms. Ankona Roy, Student of MBA
   
Student Member Senior
Mr. Suman Dutta, Student of B.Tech (EE)
Mr. Balaram Bhagat, Student of MBA
Student Member Senior
Mr. Aniket Ghosh, Student of B.Tech (CSE)
Mr. Supratim Nag, Student of B.Tech (ECE)
   
Parents Representatives
Mr. Uday Ranjan Sarkar, Father of Ms. Falguni Sarkar 
Mr. Kanak Paul, Father of Mr. Kamal Paul
Parents Representatives
Mr. Saikat Chakraborty, Father of Mr. Ankit Chakraborty
Mr. Ashok Roy, Father of Ms. Ankona Roy
   
Advocate
Mr. Sudipta Sen
Advocate
Mr. Sudipta Sen
   
NGO Representative
Mr. Pinaki Biswas, Prajjak Development Society, Siliguri
NGO Representative
Mr. Pinaki Biswas, Prajjak Development Society, Siliguri
 
 
Punishment Against Ragging
As per notification dated 25.03.2009 of All India Council for Technical Education (Prevention and Prohibition of Ragging in Technical Institutions, Universities including deemed to be Universities imparting Technical Education) Regulations, 2009, the punishment for those found guilty of ragging at the Institution level shall be any one or any combination of the following :
  1. Cancellation of admission
  2. Suspension from attending classes and academic privileges
  3. Withholding/ withdrawing scholarship/ free-studentship and other benefits
  4. Debarring from appearing in any test/ examination or other evaluation process
  5. Debarring from representing the Institution in any regional, national or international meet, tournament, youth festival, etc.
  6. Suspension/ expulsion from the hostel
  7. Expulsion from the Institution and consequently debarring from admission to any other Institution
  8. Collective punishment: When the person committing or abetting the crime of ragging is not identified, the Institution shall resort to collective punishment as a deterrent to ensure community pressure on the potential raggers.