Grievance Redressal for Students

The grievance of the individual will be given fair and reasonable opportunity to be heard in detail before the chairman and other members of the concerned committee in a peaceful and conciliatory environment depending upon the issue if need to be, appropriate evidence in the form of a material evidence or personal witness may be introduced by the aggrieved person.

The chairman of the committee, in constitution with the member(s) will submit the report principal, to the at the earliest possible time.

The principal in turn, depending nature, magnitude and jurisdiction of the issue, will arrange for the appropriate and early measure of redressal of grievance, under the management and same will be communicate to the ‘aggrieved person’.

Student Grievance Cell

Swarnandhra College of Engineering and Technology recognizes the right of all students to work and study in an environment free from harassment, bullying and unlawful discrimination. Harassment is defined as behavior that is directed at an individual or group of students or staff and which is Offensive, belittling, humiliating, intimidating or threatening; and Unwelcome and unsolicited; and Of the type that is usually unreciprocated and can usually be expected to be repeated.

There may also be instances where you disagree with or seek to challenge a decision or action of the College. Processes are in place for you to make complaints and raise your grievances with the College. Swarnandhra College recognizes that complaints and feedback are an important part of ongoing quality and service improvements. Feedback is always welcome and the College is committed to working with you to effectively resolve your grievance.

It is important to understand the policies that relate to your complaint, and that apply to you as a student at the Swarnandhra College. You also need to follow the correct process when lodging a complaint.

Academic policies

These policies explain your responsibilities in relation to academic integrity and identifying and addressing academic misconduct.
The students accept to obey the rules and respect the discipline of the college once they are enrolled in the college. Students are expected to obey the following rules:

  •  Work in the college begins every morning, with a prayer recited on the public address system. Students are expected to stand wherever they are and participate silently in the prayer.
  • Students should attend classes with regularity and punctuality.
  • Students are required to dress modestly and to refrain from causing disturbance to anyone inside the classroom or on the campus.
  • Students are expected to be in their seats before the teacher enters the classroom. Students who are free during any period shall not loiter about on the verandahs or corridors of the college. Instead they may make use of the Reading Rooms in the General Library and near the Great Hall.
  • Every Student shall handle college property with care. He/she shall keep the classroom clean and tidy. Students found guilty of writing or making marks on the walls of any building of the college or causing damages to college property shall be severely punished. Loss caused by damage to furniture, implements and equipment belonging to the college will be made good by imposing collective fines on all the students. Waste paper should be deposited in the bins provided for the purpose.
  • Students are not permitted (a) to convene or attend meetings of any sort in any circumstances anywhere in the college buildings or campus (b) to set up entertainments  or organise social functions in the college, (c) to make use of megaphones and loudspeakers on the campus, (d) to invite for any function in the college persons who are not approved of by the Principal  and the Council of the Heads of Departments (e) to collect subscriptions of any kind (f) to put up notices anywhere on the  campus (g) to place any paper, periodical or book in the Reading Rooms or circulate them in the college  (h) to work in the campus for any organisation outside the college, without the previous sanction of the Principal,
  • All sorts of political activities are banned in the college. Students are forbidden to take membership in any student organisation of a political nature. Nor are they permitted, within the campus, to lead or partake in any act of propaganda or protest called for by such organisations.
  • The use of mobile phones, particularly camera phone, by students during working hours is forbidden.
  • Smoking, drinking alcohol, ragging, eve teasing, using abusive language and other anti social activities are strictly prohibited.
  • Any notice signed or countersigned by the Principal and published on the College Notice Board shall be considered as having been brought to the notice of the college community
  • Photo identity cards will be issued to all students in the college each year. Every student is expected to wear it during working hours in the College. A student who is unable to produce his  ID card on demand shall be reprimanded and fined.
  • Any student who, in the opinion of the Principal, is likely to have an unwholesome influence on others in the campus shall be removed from the rolls.
  •  The authority of the Principal in matters of discipline is final.
  •  Any questions or issues not covered by the foregoing rules shall be decided by the Principal.

Conduct Certificate

A certificate of good character and conduct is a testimonial which the student has to earn. This will be issued to a student only after the class warden concerned, testifies his / her good conduct.

Attendance Certificate

The College has set the regulations for attendance in accordance with the rules issued by the University.

Grievance Types

1 Grievance related to admission

2 Grievance related to Victimization

3 Grievance related to Attendance

4 Grievance related to charging of fees

5 Grievance related to Regarding non transparent of unfair evaluation process

6 Grievance related to non observation of AICTE norms and standards

7 Grievance related to refusal to return documents such as certificates

8 Grievance related to harassment by students or teachers

9 Grievance related to provision of student amenities and quality education as promised or required to be provided

10 Grievance related to nonpayment or delay in payment of scholarships

11 Grievance related to discrimination by students from SC/ST/Minority/Women/Disabled categories

Grievance Redressal Portal

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Non-Teaching Staff Login Click Here

Management Login Click Here