Anti Ragging Campus

Anti Ragging Measures

The need for adopting as strict as possible Anti Ragging measures can never be over-emphasized. Hon’ble Supreme Court of India has laid down very strict rules for implementation of Anti Ragging measures to avoid occurrence of ragging inside or outside the campus.

Any individual or collective act or practice of ragging constitutes gross indiscipline.

Ragging ordinarily means an act conducted or practiced by which power or status of senior students is brought to bear upon students freshly enrolled or students who are in any way considered junior by other students and includes individual or collective acts / practices which involve:

  • Physical assault or threat or use of physical force.
  • Violation of the dignity of other students.
  • Exposing students to ridicule and contempt and affecting their self esteem.
  • Entailing verbal abuse, aggression and indecent behavior.

Strict norms have been laid out to ensure smooth induction of new students into the campus as well as to ensure that no undesirable activity takes place under any circumstances. All students will be made to sign anti ragging declaration.

Exemplary punishments will be awarded to the defaulting students which may include rustication from the Institute and handing over the defaulter to the police for dealing with criminal offence of ragging.

Anti ragging committee:

An anti-ragging committee does following things for students:

  • At the institution level, anti-ragging squad has been formed.
  • Taking disciplinary action against students who indulge in ragging as reported by anti-ragging squad or through complaint register.
  • Boards are displayed in the campus at different places.
  • Information is published in information brochure, prospectus, website, handbook, etc.
  • Anti-ragging videos prepared by AICTE are shown to students during different programs organized by the institute.
  • To implement anti-ragging measures as stipulated by the government/university/concerned authority from time to time
  • To take preventive steps by organizing anti-ragging awareness programs, issuing notices, warnings, instructions for regulating the behavior of students

Composition

Name Designation Contact No Email ID
Dr. Vishal Sagar Director 8872048017 director.mgmt@cgc.ac.in
Dr. Neha singh Member (Associate Professor) 9781994550 nehas.cgc@gmail.com
Mr. Anup Suryavanshi Member (Director Admin) 9875942791 director.admin@cgc.ac.in
Dr. Resham Lohani Member (HOD Management) 9115581119 Hod.mgmt@cgc.ac.in
Mr. Anshul pardesi Member(Assistant Professor) 9914720002 anshul.cgc@gmail.com
Ms. Gagandeep Singh Member(Student of MBA-2) 7006003596 gaggydeep2891@gmail.com
Ms. Ashveen Kaur Member(Student of MBA-2) 9915254271 ashveen.kaur@gmail.com
Jatin Jehngra Member(Student of MBA 3rd) 9541666588  
Ms. Sandeepa Member (Warden Girls Hostel) 7527099632 girlswarden@cgc.ac.in

Grievance Redressal Committee

Grievance redressal committee is constituted to handle grievances of students and staff at department level.

  • Constituted to   probe   into   student, faculty and non-teaching staff   grievances.
  • Redresses the grievance at individual, class level and grievances of common interest.
  • Deals with appeals regarding any decision made by other committees/ authorities.
  • To maintain a register for grievances and frequent checking of same for taking remedial action.
  • Grievances which are beyond the control of department will be forwarded to management for further action.

 

Composition

Name Designation Role Contact No Email ID
Dr. Vishal Sagar Director Chairperson 8872048017 director.mgmt@cgc.ac.in
Dr. Resham Lohani HOD Management Member 9115581119 Hod.mgmt@cgc.ac.in
Mr. Anshul Pardesi Assistant Professor Member 9914720002 anshul.cgc@gmail.com
Dr. Komal Assistant Professor Member 9034699233 komal.bj@gmail.com
Mr. Ankush Gupta Assistant Professor Member 9781222185 ankushguptalect@gmail.com
Ms. Ishpreet kaur Assistant Professor Member 9815462863 ishtpreet.kaur22@gmail.com
Mr. Mandeep Singh Assistant Professor Member 9915943273 mandeepgill018@gmail.com
Ms. Ankita HR Manager Member 9875910155 hr@cgc.ac.in;

Reserved Category Cell (SC/ST/OBC)

Objectives

  • To create and maintain safe, healthy and supportive environment for SC / ST / OBC staff and students in the campus.
  • To address the issues of staff and students, belonging to schedule caste / schedule tribes in the Institute and to prevent atrocities against them.
  • To comply with AICTE regulations for the establishment of the Committee for SC / ST (As per the Scheduled Caste and the Scheduled Tribes (prevention of Atrocities) act, 1989, No. 33 of1989, dated 11/09/1989).


Responsibilities:

  • To look into the complaints if any received from the concerned staff and students belonging to SC / ST / OBC.
  • The Reserved Category Cell functions to promote technical and management education among SC / ST / OBC students and other weaker section of the society.
  • It continuously monitors and evaluates reservation policies intended for SC / ST / OBC Welfare by the Government of Punjab and also for the effective implementation of the same Welfare. 
  • Monitoring qualified and eligible students to get both fee reimbursement and scholarship.
  • If any student fails to get the reimbursement and scholarship, he/she can make a compliant to Reserved Category Cell (SC / ST / OBC) of the college. 
  • The committee in consultation with the scholarship clerk takes relevant measure to ensure that every student obtains scholarship.
Name of Member Department Category Contact No
Dr. Vikas Tandon Agriculture SC 8950506903
Mr. Aakash Multimedia SC 9501232556
Ms. Rajneet Kaur MBA SC 8872284847
Mr. Sunil Kumar Agriculture OBC 9888679358
Ms. Virender Kaur MBA OBC 9812650855
Ms. Gangandeep Kaur MCA OBC 9855947228
Ms. Baljeet Kaur MCA OBC 8053880887
Mr. Deepak Saroha Commerce OBC 8059983889

Internal Complaint Committee (ICC)

Internal complaint committee is constituted for prevention, prohibition and redressal of Sexual Harassment to deal with the sexual harassment complaints of women at the Campus. The main functions of committee are:

  • To provide a secure physical and social environment which will prevent acts of sexual harassment
  • To promote a social and psychological environment that will raise awareness about sexual harassment in its various forms
  • To offer service such as counseling, legal aid in case of atrocities against women.
  • To provide an environment free of gender-based discrimination
  • To facilitate a safe environment that is free of sexual harassment
  • To develop guidelines and norms for policies against sexual harassment
  • To develop principles and procedures to combat sexual harassment
  • To organize gender sensitization awareness programme
  • To deal with cases of discrimination and sexual harassment in a time bound manner, aiming at ensuring support services to the victimized

A written complaint is required to be taken from the aggrieved person and necessary action to be taken. The complaint has to be sorted out within 10 days from the date of compliant. If the complaint is of very serious nature and any legal action is required then advocate member of the cell will forward complaint to police.

 

Composition

S.No. Name of the member Designation Contact No
1. Dr. Vishal Sagar Director 8872048017
2. Dr. Resham Lohani HOD, Management 9115581119
3. Dr. Neha Singh HOD, Commerce 9781994550
4. Dr. Saurav Sharma HOD, Computer Applications 7830202777
5. Dr. Pankaj HOD, Multimedia & Journalism 9818300648
6. Mr. Sukhjinder Singh Assistant Librarian 8054603600
7. Mr. Anshul Pardesi Examination Incharge 9914720002
8. Mr. Sanjay Sharma Accounts Office 9872001995

Internal Quality Assurance Cell- Faculty of Management (IQAC- CSB)

Since quality enhancement is a continuous process, the IQAC at CSB aims to become a part of the institution's system and works towards realization of the goals of quality enhancement and sustenance. IQAC at CSB is meant for planning, guiding and monitoring Quality Assurance and Quality Enhancement activities of the College.

Objectives

  • To develop a quality system for conscious, consistent and catalytic programmed action to improve the academic and administrative performance.
  • To promote measures for institutional functioning towards quality enhancement by quality culture and institutionalization of best practices.

COMPOSITION OF IQAC- CSB

Sr. No. Name of a Member Role in CSB IQAC
1. Dr. Vishal Sagar (Director- CSB) Chairman
2. Dr. Neha Singh (HOD Commerce) Coordinator
3. Dr. Resham Lohani (HOD MBA) Event Coordinator
4. Mr. Sunny Kandal (Registrar) Section Head
5. Ms. Jaspreet Kaur (Teaching Assistant) Assistant
6. Dr. Neeraj Sharma (Executive Director - Chandigarh Group of Colleges, Jhanjeri) Management representative
7. Dr. Saurabh Sharma (HOD Computer Applications) Member
8. Mr. Pankaj Sharma (HOD Journalism & Multimedia) Member
9. Ms. Sonam (Officiating HOD FD & ND) Member
10. Mr. Deepak Saroha (Officiating HOD BBA) Member
11. Dr. Arshan Kler (Assistant Professor- MBA) Member
12. Mr. Anshul Pardesi (Assistant Professor- MBA) Member
13. Dr. Gurmeet Singh (Assistant Professor- Commerce) Member
14. Ms. Gurman Sidhu (Assistant Professor- Computer Applications) Member
15. Dr. Rukhsana (Assistant Professor- ND) Member
16. Mr. Kuldeep (Assistant Professor- Journalism) Member