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Academic Policy

 Academic Policies and Procedures

The following section contains academic policies and procedures that apply to the different departments of the institution offering UG courses:

 

General Registration Information

Students can register for UG courses, choose electives etc. through an online admission portal.

 

Leave of Absence

Students who need to take leave of absence (planned) should apply for a leave of absence (in advance) to maintain their good standing in the department.

In case of unplanned leaves taken for personal reasons, students need to inform their respective departments (vial phone or email). Students who take leave for medical reasons (for more than 3 days in a row) are required to submit a Medical Certificate from a registered medical practitioner substantiating the absence.
As prescribed by the affiliating university, students are required to maintain an aggregate of 75% attendance each semester in order to be eligible to take the end semester examination.

 

Internal Assessments & Examinations

Departments conduct continual assessments throughout the Academic Year. Apart from Internal  & Tutorial Assessments and Semester Examinations, class tests, mock tests & presentations, quizzes are conducted regularly to augment the efficacy of teaching-learning.

 

Grading System and Requirements

The following grades have been assigned by the affiliating university:
CGPA 9.0-10: E
CGPA 8.0-8.9: A+
CGPA 7.0-7.9: A
CGPA 6.0-6.9: B+
CGPA 5.0-5.9: B
CGPA 4.0-4.9: C
CGPA 3.0-3.9: D
Not Qualified: F

 

Faculty Development & Empowerment

The institution provides adequate support to members of the faculty by:

  • helping them acquire knowledge and competencies beyond their disciplinary expertise
  • facilitate workshops, seminars, and conferences
  • encourage them to design and implement innovative teaching methodologies in order to enhance their effectiveness as educators.

Grievance Redressal

 The institution has a robust and transparent grievance redressal system. Students can report their grievances in writing to the college authority through a general form. The grievance redressal system of the College comprises the following committees & sub-committees:

 

1. Internal Complaints Committee (ICC) has constituted an Internal Complaints Committee (ICC) as per the recommendations of UGC and Section 4(1) of the sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013. The ICC ensures an environment free of sexual harassment and threats gender-based violence. It adopts a zero-tolerance policy towards sexual misconduct — whether explicit or implicit — and also provides support to those who are either studying or working in the institute by promptly addressing complaints of sexual harassment or misconduct (if any).

 

2. Prevention of Sexual Harassment Cell Victims of sexual harassment are advised to file a WRITTEN COMPLAINT to the members in the Prevention of Sexual Harassment (POSH) Cell or WRITE AN EMAIL addressed to helpline.dagcol@gmail.com  or INFORM THEIR MENTORS immediately, verbally or in writing.

Committee Members:

 

—————— NAME LIST  AWAITED ——————

 

3. Anti-Ragging Squad, Jamini Mazunder Memorial College has a Zero Tolerance Policy with regard to ragging and ensures a completely ragging free environment in the college premises.

 

4. Anti-Ragging Sub-committee Members:

—————— NAME LIST  AWAITED ——————

Anti-Ragging Policy

Jamini Mazumder Memorial College has a Zero Tolerance Policy with regard to ragging and ensures a completely ragging free environment in the college premises.

 

Definition of Ragging

Ragging is a cognizable offence (an offence for which the police can arrest the offender without warrant) and a grave violation of human rights.

 

The Hon’ble Supreme Court of India defines Ragging as:

“Any disorderly conduct whether by words spoken or written or by an act which has the effect of teasing, treating or handling with rudeness any other student, indulging in rowdy or undisciplined activities which causes or is likely to cause annoyance, hardship or psychological harm or to raise fear or apprehension thereof in a fresher or a junior student, or asking the students to do any actor perform something which such student will not in the ordinary course and which has the effect of causing or generating a sense of shame or embarrassment so as to adversely affect the physique or psyche of a fresher or a junior student.”

The University Grant’s Commission (UGC) has notified in the 3rd Amendment in UGC Regulations on 29th June, 2016 to expand the definition of ragging by including the following:

 

“Any act of physical or mental abuse (including bullying and exclusion) targeted at another student (fresher or otherwise) on the ground of colour, race, religion, caste, ethnicity, gender (including transgender), sexual orientation, appearance, nationality, regional origins, linguistic identity, place of birth, place of residence or economic background.”

Anti-Ragging Cell (ARC) of Jamini Mazumder Memorial College:

In view of the recommendations of the UGC we, at Jamini Mazumder Memorial College, have constituted an Internal Complaints Committee and Anti-Ragging Cell.  The Anti-Ragging Cell of the college is the Supervisory and Advisory body that is committed to preserving a culture of ragging free environment in the college campus.  The ARC is involved in designing strategies and action plan for curbing the Menace of Ragging in the college by adopting a strict zero tolerance policy against ragging and spreading awareness among students through a wide range of activities. An affidavit is obtained from every student as per the anti-ragging guidelines issued by UGC. Students in distress due to incidents of ragging in the campus are advised to bring it to the immediate notice of the college ARC.

 

Activities of the Anti-Ragging Cell (ARC)

The college is committed to maintain a healthy, ragging free campus. Through the following activities the ARC seeks to ensure a ragging free, safe and healthy environment in the campus:

 

  1. Regular meetings are held to find out whether any such cases had been reported.
  2. Anti-ragging harassment posters are displayed in the college campus.
  3. The college has been tireless in its efforts to foster healthy values among students. They are consistently sensitized about the consequences of ragging.
  4. Awareness-raising programmes are conducted from time to time to complement the effort.
  5. Consistent dissemination of information on anti-ragging rules & regulations are undertaken to maintain a ragging free campus.
  6. Places in the campus where ragging may occur are regularly inspected including surprise visits to classrooms.

We are fortunate that no such cases have occurred in our college till date.

 

 Committee Members:

—————— NAME LIST AWAITED ——————

Policy for Prevention of Sexual Harassment in the Campus

Jamini Mazumder Memorial College is committed to providing a campus that is free of sexual harassment regardless of gender identity, sexual orientation caste, creed, race, religion, place of origin, disability, or economic status.

WHAT  CONSTITUTES  SEXUAL  HARASSMENT

Sexual harassment includes all forms of gender violence, sexual molestation, and discrimination & persecution on the basis of sex/gender. It includes any one or more of the following unwelcome acts or behaviors (whether directly or by implication):

(a) physical contact and advances
(b) demand or request for sexual favors
(c) making sexually-colored remarks or gestures
(d) showing pornography
(e) any other unwelcome physical, verbal or non-verbal conduct of sexual nature
(f) implicit or explicit promise of preferential treatment in lieu of sexual favors
(g) implicit or explicit threat of harm
(h) humiliation, bullying or intimidation

This cell also meets the obligation as mandated by Supreme Court of India, in its landmark judgment in August 1997 viz., Visakha & others vs. the state of Rajasthan & others which stated that every instance of sexual harassment is a violation of “Fundamental Rights” under articles 14, 15 and 21 of the Constitution of India, and amounts to a violation of the “Right to Freedom” under article 19 (1) (g). According to this judgment every employer is obliged to follow the guidelines laid down by the court and to develop and implement a specific policy to combat sexual harassment in the work place.

 

STEPS TO RAISE YOUR VOICE AGAINST SEXUAL HARASSMENT

Victims of sexual harassment are advised to file a WRITTEN COMPLAINT to the members in the Prevention of Sexual Harassment (POSH) Cell or WRITE AN EMAIL addressed to helpline.dagcol@gmail.com  or INFORM THEIR MENTORS immediately, verbally or in writing.

 

MEMBERS OF THE PREVENTION OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT CELL

 —————— NAME LIST AWAITED ——————

 

MEMBERS OF THE WOMEN’S SAFETY CELL/ VISAKHA

 —————— NAME LIST AWAITED ——————

 

 

Student Welfare Programs, Policies & Funds

The College initiates and implements various welfare schemes for its students:

  • Scholarships for regular students
  • Departmental Mentoring Program
  • Remedial & Special Classes for students who need additional support
  • Career & Guidance Cell
  • Mental health awareness programs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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