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Mahila Shikayat Nivaran Prakoshtha

(Grievance Redressal Cell and Internal Complaint Committee - ICC)


To accomplish its mission of quality teaching-learning in a safe environment, Rajkiya Mahila Snatkottar Mahavidyalaya has formed “Mahila Shikayat Nivaran Prakoshtha” which consists of Grievance Redressal Cell and Internal Complaint Committee (ICC). In accordance with UGC regulations, the “Mahila Shikayat Nivaran Prakoshtha” follows a strong and transparent mechanism for timely redressal of students’ grievances and the cases of sexual harassment at work place. This Prakoshtha works towards the resolution of issues in a time-bound manner once complaints are received by the College. Students can make a representation regarding their grievances to the College. They can either email their grievances to ggpgc09@gmail.com or submit the representation to the Office. The Prakoshtha (Cell) addresses students’ grievances like –

  • Academic grievances: related to Internal Assessment, change of course, and other issue faced by students in their departments or related to infrastructure,
  • Admission Grievance: to addresses the needs/queries of aspiring applicants
  • Grievances related to Sexual Harassment at Workplace
  • Grievance redressal Cell also considers the grievances of teachers and other staff of the college.

Composition of “Mahila Shikayat Nivaran Prakoshtha”: For the timely redressal of the various grievances the college has formed the committee consisting of five faculty members of the college. There are also three students’ representatives in the committee.





Contact No.

Email ID

Prof. Anita Kumari





Prof. Umashankar Prasad





Dr. Sarika Singh

Assistant Professor




Dr. Shashikala Jaiswal

Assistant Professor




Ms. Neha Kumari

Assistant Professor





Minutes of Meeting 2022-23

Grievances and its Redressal Report 2022-23

Minutes of Meeting 2021-22

Grievances and its Redressal Report 2021-22

Minutes of Meeting 2020-21

Grievances and its Redressal Report 2020-21
Minutes of Meeting 2019-20 Activities and Report 2019-20
Minutes of Meeting 2018-19 Activities and Report 2018-19


Students’ Representatives

Sonalika Prajapati

M.A. (Economics)

Student Representative

Sonal Pandey


Student Representative

Mandavi Gupta


Student Representative


Policy on Sexual Harassment

In accordance with the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressed) Act, 2013 and its notification by Government of India and following the directives of Higher Education Directorate, U.P. and Veer Bahadur Singh Purvanchal University, Rajkiya Mahila Snatkottar Mahavidyalaya is committed to maintain and create an academic and work environment free of sexual harassment for its students, academic staff and non-teaching staff.

Sexual Harassment shall include, but will not be confined to, the following:

  • When submission to unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favours, and verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature are made, either implicitly or explicitly, a ground for any decision relating to employment, academic performance, extracurricular activities, or entitlement to services or opportunities at University of Delhi.
  • When unwelcome sexual advances, verbal and non-verbal and/or physical conduct such as loaded comments, remarks or jokes, letters, phone calls or e-mails, gestures, exhibition of pornography, lurid stares, physical contact, stalking, sounds or display of a derogatory nature that have the purpose and/or effect of interfering with an individual's performance or of creating an intimidating, hostile or offensive environment.
  • When a person uses, with a sexual purpose, the body or any part of it or any object as an extension of the body in relation to another person without the latter's consent or against the person's will, such conduct will amount to sexual assault.
  • When deprecatory comments, conduct or any such behavior is based on the gender identity/sexual orientation of the person and/or when the classroom or other public forum of the University is used to denigrate/discriminate against a person or create a hostile environment on the basis of a person's gender identity/sexual orientation.

The “Mahila Shikayat Nivaran Prakoshtha” officially is required to look into complaints of incidents of gender based harassment in the college premises only. But we extend it to such problems our students may face in areas around the college.

In our college campus, so far, not even a single case of gender based harassment has occurred.

Students, however, are advised not to suffer silently and report their matters to us. The committee will try its best to help the aggrieved. The “Prakoshtha” attempts to create awareness about gender discrimination and related issues through different activities and lecture series.