Grievance Redressal Committee

❖ Grievance Redressal System
Grievance Redressal System is a mechanism commonly used to receive and act on complaints or grievances reported by stakeholders of private or public institutions, enabling prompt actions on any issue raised by them and to avail services more effectively. 
Unlike the traditional Grievance Redressal approach through letters and complaint forms, the new online based approach such as grievance portals have very great appeal and its usage highly reflects the actual state of customer satisfaction. Grievance Redressal can be handled directly by institutes through their own websites. Also the smart web portal for grievance processing connects stakeholders and action-takers directly through online platform. Grievance Redressal System helps to pursue quick action for solving the grievance, while maintaining affordability and ease to the users. Online grievance redressal mechanism in higher education institutions facilitates the main constituents of the institute including students, parents, teachers and other non-teaching staff to lodge grievances and ensure satisfactory solutions in a hassle-free manner. Effective and timely redressal or settlement of the grievances makes grievance redressal system mandatory in higher education institution, according to the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Government of India. 
Grievance Redressal System has now become part and parcel of the operations of any administration. No institution can claim to be responsive and user-friendly unless it has an effective grievance redress mechanism. In fact, grievance redressal technology is the gauge to determine efficiency and effectiveness of the institution as it provides feedback on the organization functioning. In order to ensure transparency in institutions imparting technical education, with the supreme objective of preventing unfair practices and to provide a mechanism to students, parents, teachers and other non-teaching staff for the redressal of their complaints, online grievance redressal mechanism is directed by approval councils in India.

As per the AICTE norms grievance redressal committee is constituted in our college and corresponding members of the committee has been shown in the list bellow.

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Sl NoNameDegnationComm. Desgnation
1Mr. Narasinha R Kukanoor             Principal  Chairman
2Mr. DhanvantriLecturer /Civil Engg            Member
3Mr Shaik MahaboobLecturer /E & C EnggMember Secretary
4Mr .Sudhakar DesaiLecturer /Mech. EnggMember
5Smt. Bharati PatawariLecturer /Science.DeptMember

SC /ST Committee

The Scheduled Caste (SC) and Scheduled Tribes (ST) Cell in an institute promotes the special interests of students in the reserved category. It is expected to provide special inputs in areas where the students experience difficulties.

The Cell may conduct regular remedial coaching classes on life skills, personality development, writing assignments and making presentations, as well as Hindi and local language classes. The Cell also is expected to organize interactive sessions and informal meetings with students to attend to their personal, social and academic problems.
A Manual has been prepared in order to guide the students to optimally utilise the benefits of the schemes offered by the Government of India.

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Sl No NameDegnationComm. Designation
1Mr. Narasinha R KukanoorPrincipalChairman
2Mr. Hobappa .K.LLecturer /Civil EnggMember
3Mr Shaik MahaboobLecturer /E & C EnggMember
4Miss. LaxmiLecturer /E & C EnggMember
5Mr.Pradeep. H .KLecturer /E & C EnggMember

Anti-Ragging Committee

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Sl No NameDesgnationComm Desgnation
1 Mr. Narasinha R KukanoorPrincipal Chairman
2Mr. Hobappa .K.LLecturer /Civil EnggMember
3Mr Vadirj DesaiLecturer /Civil EnggMember  Secretary
4Mr. Manjunath HLecturer /Civil EnggSquad

Internal Complaints Committee

Internal Complaints Committee will examine all matters relating to women in the workplace and will make suggestions and proposals to the institute administration regarding such matters.
The committee will arrange programs on Women’s Day and at other times, as is deemed necessary.
a) The committee will admit complaints from

1. Female employees on harassment and discrimination in      the workplace by other employees. 
2. Female students on harassment and discrimination in the classroom and in relation to academic activities by faculty and staff (Student to student cases will not be handled and will be referred to the Dean Student Affairs)
3. Female residents on harassment, assault and other forms of misbehavior by employees.

b) The committee will follow relevant Acts, Rules, OM of Government of India and Court Orders etc as applicable from time to time.

c) The Committee will institute Enquiry Committee as it deems fit to examine particular complaints.

d) The Committee will make recommendations on actions to be taken on specific complaints.
The Committee will report to the Director.
a) Sexual Harassment Act 2013
b) Vishaka Guidelines

Sl no Name DesignationComm. Designation
1Mr. Narasinha R KukanoorPrincipalChairman
2Mrs. Bharati PatawariLecturer /Science deptMember secretary
3Mrs. Chandrakala RLecturer /Civil enggJoint Member secretary
4Miss. LaxmiLecturer /E & C enggMember
5Mr. L. B. BedavattiOffice SuperdentMember
6Mr. Hobappa.K.LLecturer /Civil enggMember
7Mr. Shaik MahaboobLecturer /E & C enggMember
8Mr .Sudhakar DesaiLecturer /Mechanical enggMember