(Previously called as Women welfare /Sexual Harassment eradication cell)
If an employee of the Institute interacts with a number of female students, female colleagues and other female staff, the employee’s behavior in all such interactions must be found decent. The Supreme Court of India defines sexual harassment as an unwelcomed sexual behavior, which may be direct or by implication, including the following aspects:
i) Physical contact and advances.
ii) Demand or request for sexual favors.
iii) Sexually colored remarks (this includes colored jokes in a mixed company, or a class room, or even within hearing distance of a female member of the community).
iv) Showing /reading Pornography.
v) Any other unwelcomed physical, verbal or non‐verbal conduct of sexual nature.
vi) A victim of sexual harassment (or one who perceives sexual harassment may lodge a complaint with the HOD, Dean (Admin & Finance) or Principal of the Institute.
vii) An employee or student can also approach the Women’s Cell constituted by the Institute either for advice or for redressal of an issue.
viii )An inquiry by the Women’s Cell has the status of an official inquiry under the Civil Service Rules and employees have to co‐operate with the cell in its investigations.
ix) Sexual harassment complaint against any employee, if proved, shall result in termination from service with immediate effect. No financial benefit shall be extended in such a case. Suitable action as per law may also be taken.
Academic Year 2021 - 2022
|1||Dr. Sneha Thakur||Incharge||Associate Professor, Department of Pharmacognosy||9032783548|
|2||Mrs. P.Naga Haritha||Member||Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmaceutics||8019993220|
|3||Mrs J Sujatha||Member||Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry||8919469550|