As per Guidelines of UGC and Supreme
Court Guidelines, The ICC -The
Internal Complaint Committee is an
educational resource as well as a complaint redressal mechanism for the members
of faculty, staff and students of the University.
The committee seeks to inform the
campus community of their right to a respectful work and learning environment.
It believes that if we practice respect, exercise empathy in our interactions
with others so that we do not hurt anyone through what we say or do, then we
can create a campus that is free of sexual harassment.
This could be achieved through:
Complaint Redressal:As per the act ‘The Sexual Harassment at Workplace (Prevention,
Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013’, appropriate action will be taken
once the complaint is filed.
Dissemination of Information: through production, distribution and circulation of materials,
posters and handouts etc. to SPPU campus community.
Awareness Workshops: for
faculty, non-teaching staff and students with an aim to develop
nonthreatening and non-intimidating atmosphere of mutual learning.
Counselling – Confidential
counselling service is an important service as the sexual harassment cases
are rarely reported and are a sensitive issue. Counselling provides a safe
space to speak about the incident and how it has affected the aggrieved
Who can file the Complaint to the Internal Complaint Committee?
Any student, service provider,
teaching, non-teaching staff may lodge a complaint against a student, service
provider, teaching, non-teaching staff.
Members of Internal Complaint Committee at DYPSOA, Ambi