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Colleges & Students Working Hard To Welcome Freshers On Day 1,Police To Ensure A Ragging Free Campus

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The new academic session begins and tomorrow and everyone is excited from freshers to college authorities to college students. Though freshers also have a feeling of nervousness whether they would fit in college or not.Many are afraid of ragging as well,thank the Indian movies and news channels.Every concerned party is working really hard to make sure things go as smooth as possible tomorrow on the very first day of college.

“We’ll welcome the freshers with chocolates and roses, and brief them about the syllabus and course details, as there are minor changes in the syllabus every year that freshers don’t usually know of,” says Shauryaveer Singh,member of National Students Union of India (NSUI).

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Some seniors are planning to organize plays on ragging. “The seniors students will stage plays on the anti-ragging theme. A committee of teachers will also monitor the college premises.No one will be able to bully anyone and if any student faces any issue, they can contact me without any hesitation.” said Hansraj College Principal.

“We will deploy more female officers, dressed in casuals, in the campus. Women helpdesks will be established at Arts Faculty, Miranda House, Ramjas College, Kirori Mal College and Hans Raj College. We will coordinate with the anti-ragging committees of each college and department,” said Jatin Narwal, Deputy Commissioner of Police (North).

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Infact,“the Delhi Metro has been requested to make announcements in trains and stations about DU being intolerant towards ragging,” reads a release issued by DU.

In case you face any unfortunate incident of ragging or bullying be it violent or non violent in nature on campus.Feel free to contact us at hello@34.94.89.117 or message about the incident on our Facebook page.Ragging is a criminal offence and the culprits shall be booked under relevant sections.Don’t forget to file a complaint in writing to the Anti Ragging Committee of your college,Principal and Delhi Police by dialing 100 in written and take the receiving as well.

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