Based on the UGC Regulation on Combating Ragging in Higher Educational Institutions, 2009, the institution implemented a strict and effective anti-ragging policy. This UGC Regulation was created in response to the Supreme Court of India's directive to prevent and prohibit ragging in all Indian educational institutions and colleges.
Ragging is defined as one or more of the following acts:
(a) Any conduct by any student or group of students - whether through spoken or written words or physical act - that has the effect of fearing or misbehaving any student
(b) Engaging in rowdy or undisciplined activities or requiring any student to perform any act that such student would not normally perform, causing shame, annoyance, torment, hardship, or embarrassment that inflicts intense psychological harm or raises fear or apprehension in any student.
(c) Any act by senior students that prevents, disrupts, or disturbs any student's regular academic activity.
(d) Any form of financial extortion perpetrated on a student.
(e) Any act of physical abuse, including sexual abuse, stripping, or forcing lewd acts or gestures on any student.
(f) Any act of verbal or written abuse, such as calling students names, insulting them publicly, or sending offensive emails that embarrass, annoy, or discomfort them.