Classes for DU first-year students will begin from 22nd November. So, the varsity has arranged ragging. It has issued some guidelines and asked DU colleges to place a complaint box outside the principal’s office. Moreover, DU colleges will also hold orientation programmes for the students so that they could know their departments and college more.
On November 20, Miranda House and Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Sciences will hold the orientation programme for the students. On the other hand, SRCC, Gargi College, IP College for Women. Ramanujan College will hold the same on 22nd November. On the other hand, college departments will hold a separate orientation programme for the students.
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ANTI-RAGGING GUIDELINES FOR DU FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS
The programme would be online only along with classes. So, according to the anti-ragging guidelines. colleges must have a Disciplinary Resource Person. Colleges have to submit his or her contact details in the proctor’s office. There must be a Disciplinary Resource Committee that will include NCC/ NSS officers, senior teachers, and students.
DU FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS MUST FILE THEIR COMPLAINTS
UG Colleges of Delhi University that have hostels must compulsorily keep the boxed for DU first-year students. Students can put their complaints and suggestions in the box. College officials have to make sure they listen to every student’s grievance and take necessary action.
STUDENTS MUST HAVE THEIR IDENTITY CARDS
Every student must have their identity cards. Without identity cards, they would not be allowed in the college/ Security cards and other staff members must check the identity cards of all the students for verification. Moreover, security guards can also come for surprise raids in the cafeteria, hostels, union rooms, common rooms, and parking lots. Moreover, every college must have a personal consultant for DU first-year students.