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Anti-Ragging Committee

Anti-Ragging Committee

Sl No Name Official Designation Role in Committee Mobile #
1
Dr Raghupathi A R
Director
Chairman
+91 98800 01091
2
Dr Vasudeva Upadhyaya K S
Medical Superintendent
Member Secretary
+91 96117 04281
3
Dr Satish Babu K N
Director – Quality & Academics
Member
+91 97315 33636
4
Dr Ramaiah
Professor & HOD
Member
+91 98801 00054
5
Dr Sendil Kumaran D
Professor & HOD
Member
+91 94480 06713
6
Dr Ramkumar K R
Professor & HOD
Member
+91 95260 10773
7
Dr Raghavendra R
Professor & HOD
Member
+91 97311 56350
8
Mr Rajeshwar Rao
Assistant Professor
Co-ordinator
+91 99620 67376
9
Mr Sadeesh Sadagopan
Director – Human Resources
Member
+91 82965 06320
10
Mrs Anjana Hani
Manager – Human Resources
Member
+91 98956 12218
11
Mr Manjrekar
Warden – Boys Hostel
Member
+91 90365 74154
12
Dr Sai Lakshmi
Warden – Girls Hostel
Member
+91 87928 99727
13
Mrs Bharathi Paste
Advocate
Member
+91 98440 66692
14
Mr Srivatsa
Student
Student Representative
+91 91106 01063
15
Ms Bhoomi
Student
Student Representative
+91 85710 84990
16
Mr Palachandra Seetharam
Parent
Parent Representative
+91 99000 65472
17
Mrs Madhu Satheesh
Parent
Parent Representative
+91 99451 51151

In the specific context of a teaching hospital, an Anti-Ragging Committee (ARC) does become relevant. Ragging can be a serious issue, especially for new students entering medical programs. The objective of an ARC in a teaching hospital is to:

Prevent Ragging: The committee works to create awareness about ragging and its negative consequences. This can involve educational campaigns, workshops, and orientation programs for both senior and junior students. They also establish clear guidelines and definitions of what constitutes ragging as per national regulations.

Investigate Complaints Impartially: Upon receiving a complaint, the committee conducts a fair and impartial investigation to determine if ragging occurred. This involves gathering evidence, interviewing witnesses, and ensuring due process for both the complainant and the accused.

Take Disciplinary Action: If ragging is proven, the committee recommends appropriate disciplinary action against the perpetrators. This may range from warnings, suspension, or even expulsion depending on the severity of the incident.

Promote a Culture of Respect: The ARC works to foster a culture of respect, inclusion, and professionalism within the teaching hospital environment. This can involve promoting positive interactions between senior and junior students, encouraging mentorship programs, and celebrating diversity.

 

Overall, the Anti-Ragging Committee plays a vital role in ensuring a safe and positive learning environment for all students in a teaching hospital. By preventing and addressing ragging, the committee helps create a culture that fosters academic excellence and professional development

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