Delhi University Promises Ragging Free Campuses This Year

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As the new academic year commences this month,Delhi University ensures ragging-free campuses to the freshers. A circular was issued regarding the assurance of safety of the university students. Also,a meeting was held wherein issues like ragging and sexual harassment were of utmost importance. This shows that the university is taking active measures to ensure safety and security of the students.

The university is turning out as a stickler for rules by ensuring a stricter enforcement of rules and regulations at the hostels and the colleges. Not only this but also laws such as Ordinance XV-B, XV-C and the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace Act, 2013 will follow a vigilant approach in this system.

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Cooperation among authorities concerned to maintain discipline and prevent ragging of any form is also being taken care of.

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If any student faces ragging on campus or any other kind of harassment please do contact the necessary authorities at your college and also file a police complaint that very moment. Ragging is a criminal offence.



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Shriya Tandon
An idiosyncratic and a determined individual since'97 with the zest to stand out and get past the fear of oblivion. Trying to overcome being a gourmet and getting rid of the habit of procrastination at all times. That's that. English(H) at Maitreyi College, Second year student

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