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  • Women's Grievance Redressal Cell

Women's Grievance Redressal Cell

The cell is formed to resolve the women's grievances regarding gender discrimination and sexual harassment complaints of its students.

For gender equality & gender justice in all its intervention & practices Woman Grievance Redressal Cell established under THE NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR WOMEN ACT, 1990 (Act No. 20 of 1990) of Govt. of India under the able surveillance of Principal Dr. Neeta Tripathi. The Cell is responsible for looking into any complaints filed by students & staff about Woman Grievances at the college through personal contact or digital medium. According to the Hon. Supreme Court of India definition of sexual harassment is any unwelcome sexually determined behavior, such as:

  1. Physical contact and advances
  2. Demand or request for sexual favors
  3. Sexually Colored remarks
  4. Any other unwelcome physical, verbal or non-verbal conduct of a sexual nature

The functions of the cell are to purely safeguard the rights of female students, faculty and staff members of women and also to provide a platform for listening to complaints. The Cell also tries to incorporate hygiene habits and ensure a healthy atmosphere in and around the college. It tries to equip them with the knowledge of their legal rights and redressal of their grievances.

In the view of recent communication from the Chairman, UGC, New Delhi CSVTU vide letter No. CSVTU/Admn/2013/643 Dated 14-02-2013, we has been appointed a committee to handle women's Grievance

Member of the Cell:

S. No. Member Designation Position Contact No.
1 Dr. Neeta Tripathi Principal Chairperson 9425555191
2 Dr. Mimi Akash Pateria Asso. Professor Member 9827173397
3 Mr. Swapnil Jain Asso. Professor Member 9926346096
4 Mr.Radheshyam Panda Asso. Professor Member 9981588749
5 Mrs Jaya Mishra Asso. Professor Member 9826521916
6 Mrs. Aradhana Sahu Asso. Professor Member 9893253965


  1. To resolve issues pertaining to girl's/women's sexual harassment.
  2. To Women's Grievance Redressal Cell has been formed to resolve issues.
  3. To equip the female students, faculty and staff members with knowledge of their legal rights.
  4. To safeguard the rights of female students, faculty and staff members.
  5. To provide a platform for listening to complaints and redressal of grievances.
  6. To incorporate hygiene habits and ensure a healthy atmosphere in and around the college.
  7. To ensure personality along with academic development of students.

Complaint Procedure:

  1. Students report their grievance to the class Mentor and committee member.
  2. Member who feels that he or she has been harassed an also approach the Care Club formed in our College recently.


Any member found to have harassed another member or guest will be subject to appropriate disciplinary procedure action, including reprimands, suspension or termination of membership.

Complaint and Redressal mechanism:

  1. After knowing grievance of students, class Mentor discusses it with the HOD and then an appropriate solution is found out. If not solved at this level then grievance is taken up to the Principal and legal advisor.
  2. The complainant shall be summoned to hear complaints (if necessary).
  3. After hearing of complaints, the committee shall take appropriate decision.