Anti-Ragging Committee

Sr. No. Name of Faculty Designation Status
1 Mr. Yogesh Shivarkar HOD -Mechanical Chairman
2 Mr. Aniket Sonawane HOD-Extc Member
3 Mr. Devidas Vanve Lecture -Civil Member
4 Mr. Momin Hamza Iqbal HOD – H&S Member
5 Ms. Sweta Mandhare Lecture -Extc Member
6 Mr. Aditya Deshmukh Student -TYD (Civil) Student Member
7 Ms. Shruti Kamble Student -SYD (Mechanical) Student Member


Anti-Ragging Committee functions are:

  • Anti-Ragging Committee will be the Supervisory and Advisory Committee on matters of Planning Action for Building and Preserving a Culture of Ragging Free Environment in the Campus.
  • The Anti Ragging Squad will work under the Supervision of Anti Ragging Committee and to engage in the works of checking places like Buses, Canteens, Classrooms and other places of student congregation, for any incidences of Ragging, and shall educate the students at large about Menace of Ragging and related Punishment Provisions.
  • Anti Ragging Committee will be involved in designing strategies and action plan for curbing the Menace of Ragging in the Campus by adopting array of activities.
  • Display of Ragging prohibition notices on all department notice boards and other prominent places.
  • Preparation of Action plan for regular vigilance.
  • Regular meetings to resolve the problems, ifany.

Students Grievance Redressal Cell

Sr. No. Name of Faculty Designation Status
1 Mr. Prathmesh Patil HOD -Civil Chairman
2 Mr. Yogesh Shivarkar HOD-Mechanical Teaching Staff
3 Ms. Sweta Mandhare Lecture -Extc Teaching Staff
4 Mr. Raghunath Belawale Parents Member
5 Mr. Saurabh Gharat Student Representative TYD (Mech) Student Member

Students Grievance Redressal Cell functions are:

  • The institute has fixed suggestions/Complaints box at prominent location in the campus.
  • Students can drop their grievances into suggestions/Complaints box.
  • Take cognizance of the request made by students about the various facilities and personal grievances and implement solutions.
  • Resolving any conflicts among the students and maintain a conductive environment.
  • Coordinating counseling sessions to newly admitted students to deal with stress and other problems faced
  • Monitoring Students activities to prevent untoward incidents.
  • Identifying Irregular and Disobedient students and providing counselling sessions to them to be punctual.
  • Dealing with any other incidences involving students and report it to the Principal.

Woman Development Cell Committee

Sr. No. Name of Faculty Designation Status
1 Dr. Ashwini K shirsagar Incharge- Humanity & Science Chairperson
2 Ms. Yamini Patil Lecturer –  Humanity & Science Member
3 Ms. Pooja Gavale Lecturer- Civil Member
4 Ms. Heena Patil Lecturer- H&S Member
5 Ms. Oniza Shaikh Lecturer- Extc Member
6 Ms. Riya Belavade Student -TYD Mechanical Student Member
7 Ms. Bhumika Shete Student -TYD Civil Student Member

Women Grievance Redressal Cell Functions are:

  • To maintains healthy working atmosphere among the faculties of institution.
  • This Cell helps women faculties and students to register their complaints and personal grievances to them.
  • The cell organizes different women empowerment programs.
  • Any type of sexual, physical, verbal or mental harassment shall come under the purview of this cell, and further it is empowered to initiate proactive actions against such offences.
  • Women Harassment complaints will be handled as per government guidelines.


Sr. No. Name of Faculty Designation Status
1 Mr. Suresh Araj Lecturer-Extc Chairman
2 Mr. Devidas Vanve Lecturer-Civil Teaching Member
3 Mr. Vinay Bhaskar Lecturer-Mech Teaching Member
4 Mr. Samadhan Ragade Workshop Instructor Teaching Member
5 Ms. Rushali Jadhav Student Representative TYD (Civil) Student Member

SC/ST/OBC cell functions are:

  • The cell is formed to ensure fair treatment to Reserve Category staff and students. Institute helps the students to fill scholarship forms and complete other documentation to entitle their learning at concessional fees.
  • The Cell basically aims to uplift the morale of deprived section of students and staff.
  • Ensure equal opportunities to all the students irrespective of their background.
  • Encourage and motivate them through counselling sessions and personality development programmes.
  • The Cell is formed to deal with incidences if any, and to report about individuals responsible for atrocities and suppression.