My Dear Students,
Ragging can be a menace for any student or academic institution like RajaRajeswari College of Engineering. The directives have been issued by the Honorable Supreme Court of India, State Governments and the UGC, VTU on measures to be adopted to prevent ragging and punish those who indulge in or abet ragging in anyway. Ragging is considered serious, punishable offense.
The Students must be aware that any impulsive act may be construed as ‘Ragging’ and must be avoided. They must be extremely careful in their action, expression and demeanor to avoid being held guilty under various provisions of Anti Ragging directives.
All student activities are closely monitored and they are under constant surveillance as this Institute has put in place various measures to make it a ragging free campus and as per directions of Hon’ble Supreme Court of India. They are hereby forewarned on eventualities if found engaged/indulging in any kind of ragging. Students must be respectful to their seniors, also need to be careful from being subjected to ragging by seniors and in such events; they need to promptly inform the authority concerned in the Institute, without any fear and hesitation.
I shall advise all my students to be focused on their studies, engaged in quality pursuits in fulfillment of their career goals and refrain from all unpleasant activities which may be construed as ragging. Make their association with this Institute fulfilling, enriching and purposeful. Senior students have an onerous responsibility to help the freshers, their juniors, to make their stay in this Institute, very comfortable and pleasant. The seniors must act as friends, philosophers and guides to their juniors so that a seamless, positive interaction is possible.
I welcome you to RajaRajeswari College of Engineering, Bangalore and wish you all the very best in all your future endeavors.
Dr. T. Chandrashekar
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