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It is brought to the notice of the Institutions, students and other various stakeholders that ragging is a criminal offence and UGC has framed regulations, on curbing the menace of ragging in higher educational institution, in order to prohibit, prevent and eliminate the scourge of ragging. The regulations have been notified vide.

No. F. 1-16/2009 (CPP-II) dated 21.10.2009 and are available on UGC website

The above mentioned regulations are mandatory and shall apply to all universities established or incorporated by or under a Central Act, a Provincial Act or a State/Union Territory Act and all Institutions recognized by or affiliated to such universities and all Institutions deemed to be Universities under Section (3) of the UGC

Act, 1956 with effect from 4th July, 2009 i.e. the date of its Publication in the official gazette.

  JSL Objectives in terms of ragging :

To root out ragging in all its courses from the institution by prohibiting it by law preventing its occurrence by following the provisions of the Regulations and punishing those who indulge In ragging as provided for in these rules and the appropriate law in force.

  The Anti ragging committee :

The anti ragging committee shall be headed by the head of the institution and shall consist of representatives of faculty members, parents, student belonging to the fresher’s category as well as seniors and non- teaching staff. It shall monitor the anti ragging activities in the institution, believing the good words of the anti ragging squad and take appropriate decisions, including spelling out suitable punishments to those found guilty.

Ref: ARAFD/36394/2014-15

Jyotirmoy School of Law

Jyotirmoy Knowledge Park,

It is a mandate as per the Hon. Supreme Court &UGC/AICTE Regulations that all students fill in an Anti Ragging Affidavit, each year. To make the process easy MHRD has developed an ONLINE Facility.

Affidavits can be filled ONLINE at :

Students are requested to fill their Affidavits on any of the two web sites. The procedure is very simple and explained on the web sites.