The authorities are continuing their resolve against any kind of ragging. Now, the UGC has decided to take the matter into its own hands. The students who have been of accused and are seeking a re-admission, after consummation of discipline terms in the same foundation could be well on the cards as UGC has set up board to look at the issue.
The sub-panel under UGC's hostile to ragging observing board of trustees would likewise audit the counter ragging regulations with revisions to the standards by including words, for example, race, racial, ethnic, ethnicity, transgender, stalking with harsher discipline.
The choice to set up the subcommittee under the chairmanship of the head of Ramjas College Rajendra Prasad was taken seventeenth Meeting of Anti-ragging Monitoring Committee a month ago.
Communicating concern over the occurrences of ragging particularly in states, for example, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal, the board of trustees underscored that the HRD service ought to keep in touch with the concerned boss pastors if there is no reaction to UGC's interchanges at the UGC administrator's level to the boss Secretaries or the training secretaries, said the minutes of the meeting.
According to the board of trustees, UP has reported 565 ragging cases and West Bengal 375 ragging cases in the most recent seven years.
The council likewise proposed that UGC or the HRD service keep in touch with bodies out of its domain, for example, Sports Authority of India for making a move against ragging including documenting and follow-up of FIR on ragging cases.
At the meeting, Medical Council of India delegate consented to inspect the affirmation pamphlets, plan, booklets from every single restorative school to check the consideration of particular data on hostile to ragging.
The advisory group suggested that UGC ought to set aside Rs five crore from its arrangement spending plan every year for media attention to advance the national program on aversion of ragging.