Grievance and Redressal Cell

Grievance and Redressal Cell (GRC)

The Grievance and Redressal Cell (GRC) at ICHFN is a student-led organization that is responsible for handling student grievances. The GRC is committed to providing a fair and impartial process for resolving student grievances.

The GRC’s work is guided by the following principles:

  • Fairness: The GRC believes that all students should be treated fairly and that their grievances should be resolved in a timely and impartial manner.
  • Impartiality: The GRC is committed to providing a fair and impartial process for resolving student grievances. The GRC does not take sides in any grievance and does not allow personal biases to influence its decisions.
  • Confidentiality: The GRC respects the confidentiality of all student grievances. The GRC will not disclose any information about a student grievance without the student’s consent.

The GRC undertakes a variety of activities to handle student grievances, including:

  • Receiving and registering student grievances: The GRC receives and registers student grievances. The GRC also provides information to students about the grievance process.
  • Investigating student grievances: The GRC investigates student grievances. The GRC gathers evidence and takes statements from all parties involved in the grievance.
  • Resolving student grievances: The GRC resolves student grievances. The GRC may issue a warning, impose a penalty, or refer the grievance to a higher authority.

The GRC is an important part of the ICHFN community and plays a vital role in handling student grievances. The GRC’s work is essential to ensuring that all students can feel safe and supported at ICHFN.

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  • The GRC is made up of students from all years and programs at ICHFN.
  • The GRC meets regularly to discuss the issues they are working on.
  • The GRC’s work is supported by the college administration.

If you are a student at ICHFN and you have a grievance, you can contact the GRC for help. You can also contact the college’s helpline or the National Grievance Redressal Mechanism.

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