Anti-Ragging and Smoking
In pursuance of UGC letter No- F—15/2009(ARC) Pt.III dated 13 November 2017. The impotent recommendations which call for an urgent action to ensure a ragging free campus in the report entitled “Psychosocial study of Ragging in sealed Educational Institutions in India”. The report has been accessed through the link-
Zero Tolerance To Ragging
As per Ordinance XV-C of the University of Delhi ragging in any form is strictly prohibited, within the premises of College/Department/Institution and any part of Delhi University system as well as on public transport and elsewhere
For any violation, action shall be taken, in accordance with the rules laid down by the College/University of Delhi
Our college has taken several steps to stop ragging with in and outside the college and near college premises like Bus stop, Metrostation etc. Several teams of teachers went on a round in the college during college hours to control ragging activities. Several strict decisions were taken by Anti Ragging Committee to curb this offence. The students involved in ragging will be punished, rusticated and even expelled for a specific term as per decision of the Principal. Several notice boards were fixed in the college at prominent places stating punishment for ragging as per the ordinance XV_C. No ragging case has been reported by anyone this year.
Smoke Free Zone
Delhi University is partnering with Delhi Police and World Lung Foundation (South Asia) in promoting a tobacco free environment. As a step in that direction, smoking is banned in Kalindi College and is a smoke free zone Dr. Rini Pundir, Assistant Professor, Department of History, has been appointed as Nodal Officer for the anti-smoking campaign.