Ragging is a disturbing reality in the higher education system of our country. Over the years ragging has claimed hundreds of innocent lives and has ruined careers of thousands of bright students. In May 2009 the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India ordered implementation of a program known as National Ragging Prevention Program. This program was designed by the Aman Movement & is now being implemented by Aman from January 2012.
UGC has recommended a system of prohibition, prevention and punishment to put an end to the menace of ragging. Ragging is strictly prohibited in the college premises. The college has a special anti-ragging cell if such an offence reported.
The objective of Anti-Drug campaign is to prevent youth from consuming illicit drugs and further to enhance their awareness relating to harmful social and health effects of drugs consumption. Under the instructions from different authorities and valuable guidance of Madam Principal, NCC, NSS and Red Ribbon club units conduct various activities such as poster making, lectures by eminent personalities, Yoga and classrooms lectures by teachers with the aim to make students aware of the various ill effects of drug consumption on health, families and society. The students are encouraged to take pledge that they will work for eradicating the issue of drug abuse from society.