Student Grievance Redressal Cell

Grievance Redressal System is a vital part of any administration. It is the responsibility of the University Administration to provide a secure and contented environment to all its Staff and Students. The Grievance Redressal Committee has been formed in the University y as per the UGC guidelines to redress the grievances of both the staff and the students. Since the inception of the University, the Committee has been under the direct purview of the Principal.
The grievances received by the HoD’s are forwarded to the concerned Committee members who look in to the problems depending upon the seriousness of the issue.
The Committee has been continuously striving to take the best efforts possible to create a harmonious and conducive atmosphere to everyone in question.
Staff and students can mail their grievance at or they can post their grievance in the form below.

Functions of the Grievance Redressal Committee
  • To accept written grievances from students and staff related to the system.
  • To create and implement a mechanism to handle the reported grievances.
  • To forward the findings to the Management if necessary for further action.
  • To listen, record and scrutinize the grievances submitted to them by the Staff and Students and take necessary steps immediately.
  • To attend to the grievances based on the authenticity and gravity of the criticisms made.
  • To represent the grievances to the concerned section which may include maintenance, transport, academic, amenities etc.
  • To convene periodical meetings to discuss whether the grievances have been settled.
  • To make a follow-up of these matters at regular intervals till their final disposal.
  • To maintain strict confidentiality, if necessary.
Composition of SGRC
Members Ombudsperson
Dr. Mritunjay Mahato Prof. Dr. Mudita Chandra
Dr. Shailesh Kumar Sarangi
Dr. Priti Kiran
Dr. Puja Srivastav
J Rajesh

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