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Students Grievance Redressal Committee is meant to address the complaints and grievances raised by the students and find appropriate solutions whenever and wherever necessary. The committee is also in charge of the online complaints and complaint boxes placed on the campus and helps the disciplinary committee in the first phase of the enquiry.

Activities

  1. Accept grievances on academic or non-academic matters.
  2. Maintain detailed records of grievances.
  3. Conduct thorough investigations.
  4. Provide mediation between students and relevant authorities.
  5. Keep students updated on grievance progress.
  6. Resolve grievances promptly and fairly.
  7. Conduct awareness workshops on grievance procedures.

Cell Composition

Dr.Joseph Parackal, Principal & Chairman

Mr.Thomas Joseph, Vice Principal

Dr Mathew Muriankary , Management Representative

Mr.Jean Sebastian, Senior Faculty & Convenor

Mr Saji Lukose , HOD , Animation & Design

Ms Nissa Susan Mathew, HOD,Media Studies

Ms Rosy Joseph, HOD,Commerce

Ms Elizabeth George , Staff Secretary & Women Representative

Ms Princy Joseph , Student Welfare Officer

Mr Nevin Manoj, Students Representative

Objectives

  1. Eliminate student complaints by addressing root causes effectively.
  2. Take necessary actions to resolve student grievances promptly and satisfactorily.
  3. Provide appropriate backing and support to aggrieved students.
  4. Immediately investigate the reasons behind student grievances to address them effectively.
  5. Remain vigilant to potential grievances and intervene early to prevent escalation.
  6. Deal with diverse student grievances promptly and with sensitivity.
  7. Show utmost care and consideration while addressing student grievances.
  8. Handle all student grievances in an unbiased and systematic manner

This committee will oversee the total discipline of the college and Hostels. Any violation of the college and hostel rules will be discussed in the committee and proper disciplinary actions will be taken there. The anti-ragging committee is constituted to safeguard the students from both physical and verbal bullying from other students on the campus. The committee consists of five staff members to spread awareness against ragging and to safeguard students from any instance of ragging.

Composition

 Dr Joseph Parackal - Principal

Mr Thomas Joseph- Vice Principal

Dr Mathew Muriankary , Management Representative

Elizabeth George - Staff Secretary & Convenor

Mr Saji Lukose , HOD , Animation & Design

Ms Nissa Susan Mathew, HOD,Media Studies

Ms Rosy Joseph, HOD,Commerce

Ms Princy Joseph , Student Welfare Officer

Ms Sara Koshy , Staff Representative

Mr Abin Joseph , Student’s Representative

Powers & Functions

  1. Adhere to Supreme Court directives on ragging.
  2. Disseminate existing directives and consequences of ragging to all students.
  3. Handle complaints, conduct inquiries, and report to the Anti-Ragging Committee.
  4. Follow prescribed procedures for handling ragging incidents.
  5. Conduct awareness campaigns against ragging on campus.
  6. Provide students with contact information for reporting ragging incidents.
  7. Offer counseling services and raise awareness about ragging.
  8. Undertake stringent preventive actions against ragging within the campus.

Objectives

  1. Raise awareness among students about the negative consequences of ragging through various educational campaigns and programs.
  2. Develop and implement effective strategies within the college campus to proactively prevent ragging incidents from occurring.
  3. Implement measures to promptly address instances of teasing, rough handling, or any form of harassment directed towards freshmen or other students by seniors or juniors.
  4. Take swift and decisive action against any reported cases or signs of ragging within the college campus, following the committee's guidance and recommendations.

Our commitment to providing a safe and secure working environment for all employees, an Internal Complaints Committee (ICC) has been formed within our organization as per the UGC Prevention, Prohibition, and Redressal of Sexual Harassment of Women Employees and Students in Higher Educational Institutions Regulations, 2015. The ICC is responsible for addressing any complaints related to harassment or misconduct against female staff members. You can report complaints to ICC@sjcc.co.in or utilise our dedicated helpline at 9400542225 for immediate assistance.

Cell Composition

Dr Joseph Parackal

Ms.Shyla Jane , Senior Faculty & Convenor

Ms.Simi Antony , Staff Member

Ms.Meera Prasanth , Staff Member

Ms Sosamma Jiji , Staff Member

Ms.Litty Thomas , Staff Member

Nijona Maria Sebastian , Student Member

Maria Angela Abraham , Student Member

Functions

  1. The committee will be responsible for thoroughly investigating complaints of sexual harassment or misconduct within the organization.
  2. The committee will ensure that appropriate actions, as per institutional policies and legal regulations, are taken against individuals found guilty of sexual harassment.
  3. The committee will maintain strict confidentiality throughout the investigation process to protect the privacy and dignity of all parties involved.
  4. The Presiding Officer of the committee will oversee the proceedings and ensure that the interests of all female staff members, who may be more vulnerable to harassment, are safeguarded.

Objectives

  1. Implement measures to prevent instances of sexual harassment within the institution.
  2. Increase awareness among students, faculty, and staff about the issues surrounding sexual harassment and the resources available for support.
  3. Provide support and assistance to victims of sexual harassment, including access to counselling and other support services.
  4. Hold perpetrators of sexual harassment accountable for their actions through fair and transparent investigation processes and disciplinary actions.
  5. Ensure confidentiality and privacy for individuals reporting incidents of sexual harassment.
  6. Empower members of the institution to speak out against sexual harassment and to report incidents without fear of retaliation.
  7. Ensure compliance with all relevant laws and regulations related to sexual harassment prevention and response.
  8. Continuously evaluate and improve the effectiveness of policies and procedures related to sexual harassment prevention and response within the institution.

The SC/ST Committee is dedicated to promoting the welfare and academic success of SC/ST students.The primary purpose of the committee is to ensure an inclusive , supportive and equitable educational environment.Our activities include providing academic assistance , organizing mentorship programs and facilitating workshops and seminars that address the unique challenges faced by these students

Cell Composition

Dr Joseph Parackal - Principal

Mr Thomas Joseph- Vice Principal

Dr Mathew Muriankary , Management Representative

Mr George John , Senior Faculty & Convenor

Mr Saji Lukose , HOD , Animation & Design

Ms Nissa Susan Mathew, HOD,Media Studies

Ms Rosy Joseph, HOD,Commerce

Ms Princy Joseph , Student Welfare Officer

Ms Navnetha Babu , Staff Member

Mr Aagney S Anand , Student Member

Aims & Objectives

  • To take necessary follow-up actions to achieve the objectives and targets set by the Government of India and the University Grants Commission (UGC).
  • To implement, monitor, and continuously evaluate the reservation policy within the university, ensuring effective execution of government policies and programs in the college.
  • To enforce the reservation policy for Scheduled Castes (SC) and Scheduled Tribes (ST) in the college.
  • To provide guidance and counselling on academic, financial, social, and other relevant matters.
  • To enhance campus diversity.

Functions

  • To ensure equity and equal opportunities for the entire college community, promoting social inclusion.
  • To foster a socially supportive atmosphere that encourages academic interaction and the development of healthy interpersonal relationships among students from diverse social backgrounds.
  • To assist individuals or groups of students from disadvantaged sections in addressing issues related to discrimination.
  • To address grievances of the weaker sections of society and propose amicable solutions to their problems.
  • To organize periodic meetings to monitor the progress of various schemes.
  • To raise awareness within the college about the challenges faced by SC/ST students.