Anti Ragging Cell

Anti-Ragging Cell at PDCJ Patamda: A Commitment to Student Well-being

At PDCJ Patamda, we prioritize the safety and well-being of our students, fostering an environment that promotes respect, dignity, and inclusivity. Our Anti-Ragging Cell is dedicated to ensuring a campus free from any form of harassment, intimidation, or bullying.

Objectives: Prevention: We are committed to preventing incidents of ragging through awareness campaigns, orientation programs, and strict enforcement of anti-ragging policies.

Counseling and Support: The Anti-Ragging Cell provides a safe space for students to report any incidents or seek assistance. Trained professionals are available to offer counseling and support to those affected.

Awareness Programs: Regular workshops and seminars are organized to educate students about the harmful consequences of ragging. We believe in fostering a sense of community and camaraderie rather than resorting to any form of harassment.

Reporting Mechanism: Students are encouraged to report any incidents of ragging promptly. An online reporting system and a helpline ensure that students can confidentially share their concerns, and appropriate action will be taken swiftly.

Strict Disciplinary Measures: PDCJ Patamda has a zero-tolerance policy towards ragging. Any student found guilty of participating in or abetting ragging activities will face disciplinary action, including suspension or expulsion, as per university guidelines.

Our Pledge: The Anti-Ragging Cell at PDCJ Patamda is committed to creating a safe and supportive environment for all students. We believe in fostering a campus culture that promotes mutual respect, understanding, and cooperation.

Let us work together to ensure that every student feels secure and can focus on their academic and personal growth without any fear of harassment. For any concerns or queries related to the Anti-Ragging Cell, please contact the designated authorities or use the confidential reporting mechanism.

Remember, a ragging-free campus is a shared responsibility, and together, we can create a positive and nurturing learning environment for everyone at PDCJ Patamda.

Anti Ragging Cell
1. Dr. Sumanta Kumar Sen
2. Mr. Krishna Pada Mahato
3. Bishwanath Mahato
4. Dr. K . K. Mahato 5. Mrs. Madhuri