Counselling Code 2667

General Complaints & Grievances Redressal Committee

General Complaints & Grievances Redressal Committee

In  a  landmark judgment passed  in1997  between  a  women’s  right  group  Visakha Vs. —, laying  down  guidelines to  be  followed  by establishments  in  dealing  with  complaints  about  sexual  harassment,  the  Supreme Court  of  India  stipulated  the  Visakha Guidelines  and  stated  that  these  guidelines are to be implemented until a separate legislation is passed to deal with the issue. The Sexual Harassment of Women at  Workplace  (Prevention,  Prohibition  and Redressal) Act, 2013 came into  force w.e.f. 09.12.2013 superseding the Visakha Guidelines. The rules in this matter have been notified and came into force w.e.f. 09.12.2013.  Under  Section  19(b)  of  the  Act,  it  is  obligatory  for  an  employer  to frame  the  policy  for  prevention  of  sexual  harassment  at  the  work  place  and  the procedure for dealing with the complaints arising from such Acts and display the same  in  a  conspicuous  place  in  the  work  place.  Accordingly the policy has been framed and notified for the information of the employees.

Women’s Grievance Redressal Committee has been constituted by EGIs in order to

  • promote a healthy working environment for all our female staff, students and faculty
  • work towards building a gender-sensitized environment at our institute
  • organize workshops and awareness programmes at regular intervals towards building a gender-neutral workplace

Grievance Form

    Name of the Student
    Roll Number
    Register Number
    Department
    Year of Studying
    Mobile Number
    E-Mail ID
    Students Grievance