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Students take pledge not to indulge in ragging
An Anti-Ragging Rally campaign held at Hindustan Institute of Technology and Science attracted a 800-strong crowd of senior students. Registrar, Dr Pon Ramalingam, in his welcome address outlined the consequences of ragging and informed the students about the underlying legalities of the offence.
He also appreciated the students for making the campus a ragging–free institution for the past five years. Dr T Manvel Raj, Dean (Student Affairs), introduced the Chief Guest N Baskaran, Inspector General of Police, Tamil Nadu Police Academy, Oonamanchery.
Baskaran interacted with the students and explained in detail the consequences and the repercussions of indulging in ragging. He also spoke about the anti-ragging policies to be adopted by educational institutions and the legal aids and penalties related to the offence. The students shared their views on ragging and its ill-effects.
He also advised the students to refrain from indulging in any kind of anti-social activities. Institution should play a vital role in counselling students indulging in ragging since proper counselling will definitely help the students and they will also refrain from anti-social activities.
Student cadets of NCC, Hindustan Institute of Technology and Science Wing, administered the pledge against ragging.
Brigadier (Retd) Dr Ravi Varman, Dean (Admin), thanked the management for evincing interest in organising this event every year.