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Jaihind Comprehensive Educational Institute's
JAIHIND POLYTECHNIC KURAN
AN ISO 9001:2008 QMS CERTIFIED INSTITUTE
Approved by AICTE, Recognised by DTE(D6418) and Affiliated to Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education, Mumbai(M.S.)(1st Shift-0508, 2nd Shift-1623)

Women's Grievance Committee


Sr.No. Name Designation E-Mail Mobile No. Associated with
1 Bhalla Dipali Arvind President deepakhatri09@gmail.com 8805760684 Lecturer in Electronics & Telecomm. Engg.
2 Wakchaure Asmita Prabhakar Member asmitamkhatate@rediffmail.com 9975861463 Lecturer in Electronics & Telecomm. Engg.
3 Shinde Savita Suresh Member shindesavaita939@gmail.com 7038737378 Lecturer in Mechanical Engg.(Second Shift)
4 Dumbre Tejashri Maruti Member tejashridumbre89@gmail.com 9766876925 Head of Dept. of Information Technology
5 Hande Rupali Jaysing Member rupalijh@gmail.com 8087956241 Lecturer in Mechanical Engg.
WOMEN'S GRIEVANCE REDRESSAL CELL :

In view of the increasing number of girl students in the campus, Women Grievance Redressal Cell makes every effort to ensure that the girls feel at home.The cell resolves common problems of girl students and also takes up individual cases of sexual harassment, if any. Ragging in the hostels is totally disallowed, and any adventure in this respect is punishable.


Objective:

The Cell will deal with the cases / complaints of sexual harassment and any other type of harassment of the female students, teaching and non-teaching women staff of the college.

The Cell shall process all the individual complaints and take suitable action thereon in the manner and mode as per the college norms.

At least 50% of the members of the Cell may be women.

At least one of the members of the Cell may be a person with a legal background.

The Cell will provide assistance to the Faculty/Colleges/Institute for taking preventive steps in the matter of gender discrimination and sexual harassment.


If you are being harassed,this is what you can do:

Don’t feel a sense of shame. Tell the harasser very clearly that you find his behaviour offensive.

Don’t ignore the harassment in the hope that it will stop on its own. Come forward and complain.

Talk to somebody you trust about the harassment. It will not only give you strength but also help others in similar situations to come forward and complain.

Keep a record of all incidents of sexual harassment in a notebook. If you feel the need to register a formal complaint later, this record will be helpful.


What action can be taken against the offender?

After it has been proven that the offender has indulged in sexual harassment in the work place, an appropriate punitive action would be taken against him irrespective of his status in the Institute (staff, faculty, student). Where such conduct amounts to a specific offence under the Indian Penal Code or under any other law, a complaint will be made to the appropriate action in accordance with the law can be taken.