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The Institute has formed an Internal Complaints Committee (ICC) in compliance to:

1. Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013, and

2. All India Council for Technical Education (Gender Sensitization, Prevention and Prohibition of Sexual Harassment of Women Employees and Students and Redressal of Grievances in Technical Institutions) Regulations, 2016

What to do if you feel you are being sexually harassed

Know your rights – Sexual harassment is illegal, both the law of the land and MCHSR prohibit sexual harassment.Know your rights – Sexual harassment is illegal, both the law of the land and MCHSR prohibit sexual harassment.

Speak up – If you can, tell the person to stop. State clearly and firmly that you want a particular behaviour to cease.

Get information and support – If you feel you cannot speak up, ask your friends to help you and bring it to the notice of the MCHSR. Keep records that might be useful for pursuing the case.

What not to do

Do not blame yourself. Sexual harassment is not something one brings on oneself. It is not a consequence of certain ways of dressing or acting. It is a violation of an individual's right to work and live with dignity.

Do not ignore it. Ignoring sexual harassment does not make it go away. The harasser may misinterpret a lack of response as approval of the behaviour.

Do not delay. Delay in action increases the probability that unwanted behaviour will continue or escalate.

Do not hesitate to ask for help. Speaking up may prevent others from being harmed as well.

How To Lodge a complaint

Complaints related to sexual Harassment should be submitted in written form to the class mentor or chairperson (Presiding Officer)of the committee who would be a senior member of the faculty. The name, class and the department of both the complainant and the accused should be provided in the complaint. The details like the place and time of the occurance of harassment should also be specified.

Internal Complaints Committee (ICC)
S.No. Name Position Status Mobile No. Email ID
1. Dr.Kanak Lata Presiding Officer Senior female Faculty member 8800448620
2. Prof. Pravin Prakash Secretary Sr. Male Faculty member 9599663843
3. Prof. Sneha Mathew Member Sr. Female Faculty member 7347296523
4 Mr. Muzaffar Makrani Member Sr. Male Faculty 9960613649
5 Mr. Prashant Thakur Member Sr. Male Faculty 8629029033
6 Mrs.Meenakshi Sharma Member Non-teachin Employee 8448080445
7 Mr. Sunil Kumar Member Non-teachin Employee 9958974666
8 Ms. Mili Bhattacharya Member Female Faculty 8750073256
9 Ms. Aradhana Member Student B. Sc. 4th Year 7618814787
10 Ms. Kanupriya Member Student B. Sc. 4th Year 8383819023
11. Mrs.Urmila Member Outside member familiar with Sexual Harassment Issues 9873355044
12. Ms. Saloni Member Student B. Sc. 4th Year 9555282847
13. Ms. Dona Member Student GNM 3rd Year 9717102895
14. Ms. Akansha Member Student GNM 3rd Year 9971992692
15. Ms. Shivani Yadav Member Student GNM 3rd Year 9958490995
16. Mr. Abhinandan Member Student GNM 3rd Year 8766320690
ICC is the chief mechanism empowered with authority of a civil court for resolution of complaints, firstly through conciliation and finally through an inquiry.

“The Gender Justice Forum and Committee Against Sexual Harassment” has three major functions:

1. Gender Sensitization and Orientation,

2. Crisis Management and Mediation, and

3. Formal Enquiry and Redressal.

Responsibilities of Internal Complaints Committee (ICC):

The Internal Complaints Committee shall:

1. Provide assistance if an employee or a student chooses to file a complaint with the police;

2. provide mechanisms of dispute redressal and dialogue to anticipate and address issues through just and fair conciliation without undermining complainant’s rights, and minimize the need for purely punitive approaches that lead to further resentment, alienation or violence;

3. protect the safety of the complainant by not divulging the person’s identity, and provide the mandatory relief by way of sanctioned leave or relaxation of attendance requirement or transfer to another department or supervisor as required during the pendency of the complaint, or also provide for the transfer of the offender;

4. Ensure that victims or witnesses are not victimised or discriminated against while dealing with complaints of sexual harassment; and

5. Ensure prohibition of retaliation or adverse action against a covered individual because the employee or the student is engaged in protected activity.