Anti Ragging Committee

Ragging is totally prohibited in the Dr. Vishwanath Karad MIT World Peace University, Pune and anyone found guilty of ragging and/or abetting ragging, whether actively or passively, or being a part of a conspiracy to promote ragging.

Anti Ragging Squad Committee


Name Designation Email Id Mobile Number

Prof. Dr. Sunil Pimplikar

Chairman

sunil.pimplikar@mitwpu.edu.in

7263883896

Dr. Anil Hiwale

Member

anil.hiwale@mitcoe.edu.in

7350885289

Prof. Mahesh Pradhan

Member

mahesh.pradhan@mitwpu.edu.in

9423011882

Mr. Uttam Padwal

Member

uttam.padwal@mitwpu.edu.in

9881721353

Dr. Shantini Bokil

Member

shantini.bokil@mitwpu.edu.in

8007774113

Ms. Anagha Khare

Member

anagha.khare@mitwpu.edu.in

9028216601

Mr. Nitin Joshi

Member

nitin.joshi@mitwpu.edu.in

9922587907

Internal Complaints Committee (ICC)

The Internal Complaints Committee for prevention of sexual harassment of women at workplace, as per ‘The Sexual Harassment at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013’ to deal with the sexual harassment complaints of women at workplace.

The committee shall, on receipt of a written complaint, promptly initiate inquiry proceedings as per the directions under the

Sexual Harassment has been defined as: An act of sexual harassment includes any one or more of the unwelcome acts or behavior, whether directly or by implication:

  • Physical contact and advances; or

  • A demand or request for sexual favours; or

  • Making sexual coloured remarks; or

  • Showing pornography; or

  • Any unwelcome physical, verbal or non-verbal conduct of sexual nature.

Roles and responsibilities


The committee has to ensure enough steps are taken to create awareness on the topic.  If in case any person approaches any of the committee members, the member is immediately required to inform others. A written complaint is required to be taken from the aggrieved person, necessary action to be taken, preferably to settle the matter through counseling and conciliation as soon as possible. In case the matter is not so sorted, inquiry to be conducted and matter to be sorted out within 10 days from the date of complaint. The members to be vigilant all the time and ensure that there is no such incident taking place on the campus by creating awareness and having an open dialogue with all the students.

SC/ST Committee

The Scheduled Caste (SC) and Scheduled Tribes (ST) Cell in an institute promotes the special interests of students in the reserved category. It is expected to provide special inputs in areas where the students experience difficulties.

The Cell may conduct regular remedial coaching classes on life skills, personality development, writing assignments and making presentations, as well as Hindi and local language classes. The Cell also is expected to organize interactive sessions and informal meetings with students to attend to their personal, social and academic problems.

A Manual has been prepared in order to guide the students to optimally utilize the benefits of the schemes offered by the Government of India.

  • SC/ST Booklet (prepared by TISS)

  • Ministry of Social Justice and empowerment

  • List of Resolutions for Backward Classes

  • List of Resolutions for Scheduled Caste Welfare

  • Hand Book for Scheduled Tribes

  • Scholarships for Reserved students: Government of India

  • Schemes: Government of India

  • National Scheduled Castes Finance and Development Corporation

SC/ST Committee Members


Name Designation Email Id Mobile Number

Dr. Vinod Jadhav

Chairman

vinod.jadhav@mitpune.edu.in

9850299537

Dr. Vikrant Gaikwad

Liaison Officer

vikrant.gaikwad@mitpune.edu.in

9890007619

Mr. Gautam Narwade

Member

gautam.narwade@mitwpu.edu.in

9890237698

Ms. Vinita Kale

Member

vinita.kale@mitwpu.edu.in

8796075753

Mr. Sadanand Borse

Member

sadanand.borse@mitwpu.edu.in

9922444227

Ms. Geeta Sorate

Member

geeta.sorate@mitwpu.edu.in

9766454364

Ms. Shubhangi Gaikwad

Member

shubhangi.gaikwad@mitwpu.edu.in

9860590933

Students’ Grievance Redressal Committee

The Students’ Grievance Redressal Cell as per Clause No. 37-3/Legal/2012 of the AICTE to ensure transparency and prevent unfair practices and to provide a mechanism to innocent students for redressal of their grievances.

The Cell may conduct regular remedial coaching classes on life skills, personality development, writing assignments and making presentations, as well as Hindi and local language classes. The Cell also is expected to organize interactive sessions and informal meetings with students to attend to their personal, social and academic problems.

A Manual has been prepared in order to guide the students to optimally utilize the benefits of the schemes offered by the Government of India.

Students’ Grievances include the following:

    • Making admission contrary to merit determined in accordance with the declared admission policy of the institute

    • Irregularity in the admission process adopted by the institute

    • Refusing admission in accordance with the declared admission policy of the institute

    • Withhold or refuse to return any document in the form of certificates of degree, diploma or any other award or other document deposited with it by a person for the purpose of seeking admission in such institution, with a view to induce or compel such person to pay any fee or fees in respect of any course or programme of study which such person does not intend to pursue

    • Demand of money in excess of that specified in the declared admission policy or approved by the competent authority to be charged by such institution;

    • Breach of the policy for reservation in admission as may be applicable

    • Complaints of alleged discrimination by students from Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribes, OBC, women, minority or disabled categories;

    • Non-payment or delay in payment of scholarships to any students that such institution is committed, under the conditions imposed by AICTE, or by any other authority

    • Delay in the conduct of examinations or declaration of results beyond that specified in the academic calendar

    • On provision of student amenities as may have been promised or required to be provided by the institution

    • Denial of quality education as promised at the time of admission or required to be provided

    • Non transparent or unfair evaluation practices

    • Harassment and victimization of students including sexual harassment, and

    • Refund of fees on withdrawal of admissions as per AICTE instructions from time to time.

Roles and responsibilities


It shall be the duty of the members to ensure that there is appropriate redressal of any grievance filed by any student. The committee is to ensure that there is discrimination amongst students based on caste or creed, or gender or any other reason. The student is to be assured no discrimination, unfair evaluation practice or harassment and victimizations of the students shall be entertained and the welfare and wellbeing of the students shall be the prime objective.