Committees

Ragging is punishable activity and any one indulging in such activities shall be punished appropriately. Punishment may include cancellation of admission, withholding of scholarships, debarring students from admission to any other institution for specified period or debarring from representation in institution’s events, withholding results, suspension or expulsion from hostels, suspension from attending classes and academic privileges, debarring from appearing in any test / examination process, rustication from institution for a period ranging from one to end semester.

As per the directives of Supreme Court of India / UGC, and Anti-Ragging Squad has been constituted comprising of the following members for the Academic Year 2021-22.

Sr. No.

Name of the Member

Profession

1.

Dr. Anupam Kumar Singh

Chairman

2.

Dr. Ashwin Patni

Member

3.

Mr. Monil Salot

Member

4.

Ms. Vineeta Chauhan

Member

5.

Mrs. Meeta Agarwal

Admin

Ragging is punishable activity and any one indulging in such activities shall be punished appropriately. Punishment may include cancellation of admission, withholding of scholarships, debarring students from admission to any other institution for specified period or debarring from representation in institution’s events, withholding results, suspension or expulsion from hostels, suspension from attending classes and academic privileges, debarring from appearing in any test / examination process, rustication from institution for a period ranging from one to four semesters.

As per the directives of Supreme Court of India / UGC, Anti-Ragging Committee has been constituted comprising of the following members for the Academic Year 2021-22:

Sr. No.

Name of the Member

Profession

1.

Dr. Anupam Singh

Chairman

2

Mr. Amol Bagesar

Member (Teaching)

3

Ms. Vineeta Chauhan

Member (Teaching)

4

Mr. Gajjar Nirav Sanjaykumar

Mech, IU1941110019

Student Representative

5

Mr. Shrey Soni

CS, IU1941230161

Student Representative

6

Ms. Jagani Sakshi, Prafulbhai

IU1841050016

Student Representative

7

Patel Riya Rakeshbhai

IU1841220036

Student Representative

8

PI of Santej Police Station

Member

9

Mr. Hari Nair

NGO Representative

10

Dr. Malav Shah

Parent Representative

11

Mrs. Meeta Agarwal

Member (Non-Teaching)

WOMEN’S DEVELOPMENT CELL

In an effort to promote well-being of the female students, Teaching and Non – teaching women staff of Indus University to deal with cases / complaints of sexual harassment and to implement the women’s policies in general a Women Development Cell has been constituted in Indus University. This is in compliance with the directions issued by the UGC and MHRD,

Objective

WDC focuses on gender –sensitization in the organization which aims at creating at creating a harmonious environment for women on campus.

Role & Functions

1.    To provide forums for discourse and dispute regarding any kind of harassment which includes sexual harassment instances at the institute.

2.    To encourage discussion on women’s rights and gender – related issues.

3.    To organize symposiums, workshops, expert talks and other related activities on awareness about women’s safety.

4.    To invite varied NGOs and Government organizations for participation in different activities organized by the institution.

5.    To become a resource centre for women and provide a forum for exchange of ideas.

6.    To review safety and security measures for female employees and girl students at Indus University Campus.

Indus University WDC consists of following members:

SrNameDesignation WDC Committee
1Dr Sweta ShahChairman
2Dr Manisha DalbhideMember
3Dr Mamta AminMember
4Ms Meeta AgarwalMember
5Dr Anokhi ShahMember
6Dr Madhavi DaveMember
7Ms Himancy ChhatbarMember
8Prof Parita ShethMember
9Ms Shingala Kinal KetankumarMember
10Ms Aditi javiyaMember
11Ms Dharmishtha KhatriMember
12Dr Daisy KureinMember Secretary
As per the directives of the AICTE, Indus University has established the SC/ST Cell for effective implementation of reservation policy and programmes for the SC / ST students and staff members in the University. The basic mandate of the Cell is to implement the reservation policy for SC / ST in the University as per the policy and programmes of the Government of India; collect data regarding the implementation of the policies in respect of admissions, appointments to teaching the non-teaching positions in the University, and analysis of the data showing the trends and changes towards fulfilling the required quota, etc. The SC / ST Cell with the following composition has been constituted for a period of two years i.e 2021-22 & 2022-2023:

Sr. No.

Name of the MemberProfession

1

Dr. Sandeep ChakravortyChairman

2

Mr. Amol BagesarMember (ST/ST Representative)

3

Ms. Hansa SinghrakhiaMember (ST/ST Representative)

4

Dr. Ashwin PatniMember

5.

Dr. Manisha UbaleMember (Female)
Sexual Harassment is a punishable activity and any one indulging in such activities shall be liable for punishment appropriately. Punishment may include cancellation, withholding of scholarships, debarring from admission to any institution for a specified period or debarring from representation in Institution’s events, withholding results and suspension or expulsion from the hostel. It is applicable to employees as well with the punishment of legal action and termination of employment. As per directives of Ministry of Law and Justice, Govt. of India, a Sexual Harassment Committee has been constituted comprising of the following members for the Academic Year 2021-22:

Sr. No.

Name of the Member

Designation

1

Dr. Vishal Dahiya

Chair Person

2

Dr. Daisy Kurian

Member

3

Mr. Jaypal Rana

Member

4

Dr. Shweta Shah

Member

5

Dr. Manisha Ubale

Member

6

Dr. Dipti Sethi

Member

7

Mrs. Meeta Agarwal

Member Secretary

In tune with the Approval Process Hand Book 2020-21, Indus university in compliance with the letter from UGC & AICTE time to time, Counselors Committee has been constituted for the academic year 2020-21 with the following members:
Sr.No.Name of the Members
1Dr. Depti Sethi
2Dr. Daisy Kurian
3Mr. Jaypal Rana

The Students Affairs Committee is established comprising of the following members:

SrName Designation
1Mr. Jaypalsinh RanaChairman
2Ms. Hansa SinghrakhiaMember
3Mr. Ruchit SoniMember
4Mr Swapnil SolankiMember
5Ms Hinal ShahMember
6Mr Tejas RathiMember
7Dr Mamta PillaiMember
8Ms Bhargavi ModiMember
9Ms Bhavna HotchandaniMember
10Dr Hardik BavishiMember
11Mr Naitik VakhariaMember
12Mrs. Meeta AgarwalMember Secretary
   
   

The Student Activity Cell is constituted for the year 2021-22 as follows,

SrNameDesignation
1Mr. Jaypalsinh Rana, Dean (Student Affairs)Chairman
2Mr. Ruchit SoniMember
3Mr. Piyush SuraniMember
4Ms. Hinal ShahMember
5Ms. Pranjal BhattMember
6Mr. Anshul BhavsarMember
7Ms. Zalak VyasMember
8Ms. Bhavana HotchandaniMember
9Mr. Marnish ModiMember
10Dr. Hardik BavishiMember
11Mr. Monil SalotMember
12Mr. Naitik VakhariaMember
13Mr. Hiren MerMember
14Mr. Anand PatelMember
15Ms. Meeta AgarwalMember
16Ms. Hansa SinghrakhiaMember Secretary

As per the directives of UGC, a Student Counselling Cell is established under the Student Affairs Committee (SAC) for the year 2020-21 with a view to address the common concerns of students ranging from anxiety, stress, fear of change and failure to home sickness as well as for the on-campus safety of students. The Students Counselling Cell is established of the following members:

Name Designation
Prof. Jaypalsinh Rana:Chairman
Prof. Hansa Singhrakhia:Member
Dr. Deepti Sethi:Member
Mr. P.J. Maniar:Member
Mrs. Meeta Agarwal:Coordinator

 

The Indus University has constituted the Students’ Welfare and Grievance Redressal Committee as per the directives of the AICTE vide their circular
dated 21.07.2016, with a view to ensure sound students’ governance, maintain discipline and representation by students. The Indus University
provides a suitable forum for students’ representation through the constitution of this committee.

While the basic mandate of the committee is to liaise among the student community, the faculty, administration and alumni, it will also allow
proper representation of their grievance and redressal. In addition, the committee aims to develop community life in the college to ensure holistic
growth, an inclusive atmosphere and general welfare of the students. Among its various roles, it envisages to ensure mediation of any conflicts and
remove duplication of activities.

The students’ Welfare and Grievance Redressal Committee comprising of the following members is constituted for the Academic Year 2021-22:

Sr. No.Name of the MemberProfession
1Dr. Vishal DahiyaChairperson
2Dr. Suketu JaniMember
3Mrs. Meeta AgarwalMember
4Mr. Jaypal RanaMember
5Ms. Bhavna HotchandaniMember
6Mr. Patil Bhavesh ArunkumarStudent Representative
7Ms. Jagani Sakshi PrafulbhaiStudent Representative
8Ms. Vineeta ChauhanMember Secretary

The Growth and progress of any institute largely depends upon the efficient
and highly motivated staff members. It is rightly said that a great
institution can be built with the kind of people working in the institute
rather than the building of the institute.

To maintain the high level of motivation and performance among the staff
members of the institute, it is essential to focus on creating suitable
environment at all levels. For the purpose, a committee comprising of
following members is constituted to provide a common platform to address
the grievances and welfare of the staff members:

With immediate effect the revised composition of the Staff Welfare and
Grievance Committee will be as under for Academic Year 2021-22.

Sr. No.

Nam of the Member

Profession

1

Dr. Seema Mahajan

Chairperson

2

Dr. Jaydeep Chakraborty

Member

3

Dr. Nimisha Patel

Member

4

Dr. Vrushank Shah

Member

5

Ms. Deval Jadav

Member

6

Dr. Mamta Pillai

Member Secretary

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