Anti Ragging Cell
Anti Ragging Cell (ARC)
The Anti-Ragging Cell (ARC) at ICHFN is a student-led organization that is responsible for preventing and addressing ragging in the college. The ARC is committed to creating a safe and supportive environment for all students, regardless of their year or program.
The ARC’s work is guided by the following principles:
- Zero tolerance for ragging: The ARC believes that there is no place for ragging in any form, and that any form of ragging will be met with swift and decisive action.
- Prevention is better than cure: The ARC’s primary focus is on preventing ragging from happening in the first place. The ARC works to raise awareness about ragging and to educate students about the harmful effects of ragging.
- Support for victims: The ARC provides support to victims of ragging. The ARC offers counseling and support groups to help victims cope with the emotional and psychological effects of ragging.
The ARC undertakes a variety of activities to prevent and address ragging, including:
- Raising awareness about ragging: The ARC organizes workshops and seminars to raise awareness about ragging and its harmful effects. The ARC also produces educational materials, such as posters and pamphlets, to educate students about ragging.
- Providing support to victims: The ARC provides support to victims of ragging. The ARC offers counseling and support groups to help victims cope with the emotional and psychological effects of ragging.
- Enforcing the anti-ragging policy: The ARC enforces the college’s anti-ragging policy. The ARC investigates reports of ragging and takes action against those who are found to be involved in ragging.
The ARC is an important part of the ICHFN community and plays a vital role in preventing and addressing ragging in the college. The ARC’s work is essential to ensuring that all students can feel safe and supported at ICHFN.
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- The ARC is made up of students from all years and programs at ICHFN.
- The ARC meets regularly to discuss the issues they are working on.
- The ARC’s work is supported by the college administration.
If you are a student at ICHFN and you have been a victim of ragging, you can contact the ARC for help. You can also contact the college’s helpline or the National Anti-Ragging Helpline.