Gobardanga Hindu College

ESTD 1947,
North 24 Parganas, West Bengal

Anti-Ragging Cell


The Anti-Ragging Cell at Gobardanga Hindu College is a dedicated cell established to ensure the safety and well-being of students by preventing and addressing instances of ragging on campus. Ragging is a serious concern in educational institutions, and this cell plays a crucial role in maintaining a harmonious and respectful academic environment.

Definition of Ragging:

Ragging, as defined by the Anti-Ragging Cell, refers to any act that causes physical or psychological harm, discomfort, or harassment to a student within or outside the educational institution. This includes but is not limited to bullying, teasing, abusive language, and any form of humiliation.


The primary focus of the Anti-Ragging Cell is to eliminate any form of ragging within the college premises. It is committed to creating an atmosphere where students can pursue their studies without fear of harassment, intimidation, or any physical or psychological harm caused by ragging.

Measures Taken Up:

The Anti-Ragging Cell takes several proactive and reactive measures to combat ragging. These measures include:

  1. Awareness Campaigns: Organizing awareness programs and workshops to educate students about the consequences of ragging and the importance of maintaining a friendly and respectful campus.
  2. Grievance Redressal: Providing a platform for students to report incidents of ragging anonymously, ensuring the confidentiality and safety of the complainants.
  3. Regular Monitoring: Conducting regular checks and vigilance within the college premises to identify and prevent potential ragging incidents.
  4. Counselling: Providing counselling and support to both victims and those who engage in ragging to address the underlying issues.


The main objectives of the Anti-Ragging Cell are:

  1. To create a safe and secure environment for students.
  2. To raise awareness about the harmful effects of ragging.
  3. To discourage and prevent instances of ragging.
  4. To provide support and counselling to those affected by ragging.


The Anti-Ragging Cell engages in various activities to fulfill its objectives, including:

  1. Organizing orientation programs to educate incoming students about the consequences of ragging.
  2. Conducting surprise checks and inspections of hostels and campus areas.
  3. Responding promptly to any complaints or reports of ragging.
  4. Providing counselling and support to victims and perpetrators.
  5. Collaborating with college authorities, faculty, and student representatives to maintain a ragging-free environment.


The Anti-Ragging Cell typically comprises a diverse group of individuals who work together to achieve its goals. This includes:

  1. Dr.Samir Biswas
  2. Dr.Somnath Bhattacharya
  3. Dr.Pankaj Dey
  4. Dr.Pinaky Sett
  5. Prof. Prabin Sikder
  6. Prof.Sanat Kr .Das
  7. Dr.Saktipada Barik
  8. Prof.Paromita Dutta
  9. Prof. Sudeb Biswas
  10. Prof.Tridib Mondal[C]
  11. Prof.Ishita Halder
  12. Prof. Soma Mondal
  13. Sri Samir Kr. Kundu [NTS]

The Anti-Ragging Cell at Gobardanga Hindu College plays a pivotal role in ensuring that the institution remains a safe and nurturing environment for all students, free from the menace of ragging.

  • Guideline of West Bengal State Government : Download
  • Guidelines of UGC : Download
  • College initiatives aim to raise awareness among students about ragging : Download