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Grievance Form

  • Anti-Ragging Committee:

Anti-Ragging Committee ensures strict enforcement of Anti-Ragging rules and provides a ragging free environment to the students.

Composition Anti Ragging Committee

S.No

Name of the staff member

Dept.

Designation

l

K.P.Khasim Saheb (PD)

P.Ed

Convener

2

M.SatyanarayanaReddy

CSE

Members

3

K.V.Pratap

Civil

Members

4

P.D.V.S.K.Kishore

EEE

Members

5

J. NarasimhaRao

ECE

Members

6

K.Venkatesh

Civil

Members

7

K.JohnBabu

ME

Members

8

J.Sravanthi

ECE

Members

9

Sd.Salma

MBA

Members

10

Dr.K.Neerjaj

BS&H

Members

11

Y.Suresh

CSE

Members

12

Sk.Kareem Basha

MBA

Members

13

Dr.B.Raghavaiah

ECE

Members

16

N.Jhansi Rani

P.Ed

Members

FUNCTIONS OF ANTI-RAGGING COMMITTEE:

  1. Anti-Ragging Committee and Anti Ragging Squad have been constituted to check the ragging in the NEC Campus.
  2. The Anti-Ragging Squad will work under the Supervision of Anti Ragging Committee and to engage in the works of checking places like Hostels, Buses, Canteens and Classrooms, for any incidences of Ragging.
  3. The committee shall educate the students at large in NEC about Menace of Ragging and related Punishment Provisions.
  4. Anti-Ragging Committee will be involved in designing strategies and action plan for curbing the Menace of Ragging in NEC by adopting array of activities.

This committee will meet at least once in a month and submit its minutes of meeting to principal for necessary actions.

Grievance and Redressal Committee:

Institution has constituted a separate Grievance and Redressal Cell in accordance with the guide lines issued by AICTE. “Grievance Redressal Cell” handles routine issues and reports to the committees. Any grievance reported is scrutinized and necessary actions are always taken by the Cell. In case of emergency, the Principal conducts meetings and addresses the problems immediately.

Composition of Grievance and Redressal Committee

S.No.

Name of the Staff

Designation

Position

1

Dr. M.Sreenivasa Kumar

Principal

Chairman

2

Dr.P.NAGA SOWJANYA

Prof. & HOD CIVIL

Member

3

Dr.P.LAKSHMANAN

Prof. & HOD EEE

Member

4

Dr. VENKATA SIVA

Prof. & HOD Mech.

Member

5

Dr. V. VENKATA RAO

Prof. & HOD ECE

Member

6

Dr. S.N.TIRUMALA RAO

Prof. & HOD CSE

Member

7

Dr.K.P.LAKSHMI

Prof. & HOD BS&H

Member

8

Dr. S. VENKATA RAMANA

Prof. & HOD MBA

Member

9

Mrs.M.MAMATHA

HOD, MCA

Member

10

Sri.V.MAHESH BABU 

Examination 

Member

11

Dr.T.V.S.M.MOHAN BABU 

Administration

Member

A. Mechanism and Composition of Grievance Redressal Cell

  • This Cell deals with all the Grievances directly which is related to the common problems at Institute level both Academic and Administrative.
  • The aggrieved individual (Faculty/staff/student) shall indicate the details of his/her grievance in a prescribed format (designed for the purpose) and submit the same to the Principal, who in turn will refer the same to the Chairman of the concerned redressal committee.
  • The Grievance of the individual will be given fair and reasonable opportunity to be heard in detail before the Chairman and other members of the concerned Committee, in a peaceful and conciliatory environment depending upon the issue and if need be, appropriate evidence in the form of a material evidence or personal witness may be introduced by the aggrieved person.
  • The Chairman of the Committee, in consultation with the other member(s) will submit the report to the Principal, at the earliest possible time.
  • The Principal in turn, depending upon the nature, magnitude and jurisdiction of the issue, will arrange for the appropriate and early measure of redressal of grievance, under the direction of the management and the same will be communicated to the‘ aggrieved person’.
  • All the proceedings of the grievance mechanism will be suitably documented and recorded.
  • In case of Sensitive matters related matters related to offences pertaining to sexual discrimination or damage to any particular individual the matter is kept confidential.
  • Hearing of grievance committee is done in such a way that no information purpulate out before action is taken.
  • In case any penalty is awarded to any faculty member it is recorded and kept in personal file of the concerned faculty.

This committee will meet at least once in a semester and submit its minutes of meeting to principal for necessary actions.

  • Women Empowerment &Protection Committee:

Following the UGC Guidelines with respect to “Women Empowerment & Protection” within the UGC approved institutions Women Protection and Empowerment Committee has been constituted to look into women safety & equitability of gender.

Table 10.4.1.l. Composition of Women Protection & Empowerment Committee

Sl. No.

Name of the Faculty

Designation

Dept.

Position

1

Dr.M.Sreenivasa Kumar

Principal 

ME

Chairman

2

Dr. K. Ponnari Lakshmi

Professor

BS&H

Member

3

Dr. K. Neeraja

Assoc.Professor

BS&H

Member 

4

Dr. V. Sharon Luther

Assoc.Professor

BS&H

Member 

5

B. Suneetha

Asst.Professor

ECE

Member 

6

B. Ramya Asalatha

Asst.Professor

CSE

Member 

7

Sd.Salma

Asst.Professor

MBA

Member 

8

T.L. Sravani Kumari

Asst.Professor

MBA

Member 

9

M. Sireesha

Asst.Professor

CSE

Member 

10

V. Aruna

Asst.Professor

BS&H

Member 

Functions of Women Empowerment & Protection Committee:

  • Above committee will try to strive for women empowerment & creation in NEC Campus. This committee will further look into all the complaint receivedfrom female employees concerning any gender related offences and submit recommendation to Principal.
  • This committee will meet at least once in three months and submit its minutes of meeting to principal for necessary actions.
  • SC/ST Committee:

Composition of SC/ST Committee

Sl. No.

Name of the Faculty

Designation

Dept.

Position

1

Dr.M.Sreenivasa Kumar

Principal 

ME

Chairman

2

Dr. K. Raju

Assoc.Prof

ECE

Convener

3

Dr. B. Jhansi Vazram

Professor

CSE

Member

4

Dr. D. Jagadish

Professor

ME

Member

5

M. Srinivasa Rao

Asst.Prof

ECE

Member

6

M. Srinivasa Rao

Asst.Prof

CE

Member

Functions:

  1. To counsel and guide SC/ ST students and help them to manage academic and personal issues of college life effectively.
  2. To ensure provisions of an environment where all such students feel safe and secure.
  3. To provide prompt counseling for any emotional emergencies arising on account of any event at the campus.
  4. To provide the mechanism to redress the grievance of SC/ST students, if any.
  5. To ensure protection and reservation as provided in the Constitution of India.
  6. To arrange for special opportunities to enhance the career growth.
  7. To inform the SC/ST students regarding various scholarships program of State Govt. and UGC.
  8. To take such follow up measures to achieve the objectives and targets laid down by the Govt. of India and the UGC.

Activities:

  1. To collect reports and information of State Govt. and UGC’s orders on various aspects of education, employment of SC/ST Students.
  2. To circulate State Govt. and UGC’s decisions about different scholarship programs.
  3. To communicate with the students and motivate them for better future planning.

Frequency of the Meeting: As and when required

  • Examination Committee:

The Examination committee is a non-statutory committee of the Institution headed by the Chief Controller of Examinations (CCE). Members of the committee meet at least once in a semester or whenever required to develop ways and means for smooth conducting of examinations.

The Constitution of the Examination Committee shall be according to the structure given below.

Composition Examination Committee

S.No.

Name

Designation

Department

Position

1

Dr. M.Sreenivasa Kumar

Principal

ME

Chief Controller of Examinations

2

Mr. M.Mahesh Kumar

Professor

MCA

Controller of Examinations

3

Dr. K.Siva Nagaswara Rao

Associate.Professor

CSE

Additional Controller of Examination-I

4

Mrs. P.Suresh Babu

Associate.Professor

MECH

Additional Controller of Examination-II

5

Mr. Sk. Basha

Asst.Professor

CSE

Additional Controller of Examination-III

6

Mr.M.Sai Yeswanth

Asst.Professor

MCA

Member

7

Mr.SK.Kareem Basha

Asst.Professor

MBA

Member

8

Mr. M.Chandra Sekhar

Asst.Professor

EEE

Member

9

Mr. T.Bhagya Raju

Asst.Professor

ECE

Member

10

Ms. A.Srinivasa Rao

Asst.Professor

ECE

Member

11

Miss. P.Sireesha

Asst.Professor

CSE

Member

12

Mrs. Y.Anjaiah

Asst.Professor

CIVIL

Member

13

Dr. G.Dharmaiah

Associate.Professor

BS&H

Member

FUNCTIONS OF EXAMINATION COMMITTEE:

  • Computation of total requirement of invigilators for each examination
  • Seating arrangements for external examinations
  • Conduct of External examinations (theory and practical)
  • Arranging dispatch of Answer Script bundles to university
  • Arranging required number of subject experts for evaluation

 at University/Autonomous spot centre.

  • Conducting Evaluation of Answer Scripts (in case of autonomous)
  • Downloading of question papers from University/External experts and 

printing, ensuring confidentiality

  • Preparation of Result Analysis
  • To interact with University for exam related works.
  • Inviting question papers for the semester wise.
  • Preparation of remuneration bills of invigilators, examiners

 (Internal as well as External).

To review from time to time, the results of end semester examinations and forward reports thereon to the Principal.