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Internal Complaint Committee

The Shillong College reconstituted the Internal Complaints Committee (ICC) in July,2022 on the basis of the UGC (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal of Sexual Harassment of Women Employees and Students in Higher Educational Institutions) Regulations, 2015, published in the Gazette of India, New Delhi, Monday, May 2, 2016. Subsequently, in the light of the amendment vide Gazette notification issued on 9th May, 2016, the name has been changed to Internal Complaints Committee. As per the guidelines of the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India, UGC, and as has been suggested by the NAAC, this committee will strive to ensure a safe, gender and sexual bias free environment for every stakeholder of the college and provide a mechanism to redress the grievances pertaining to sexual harassment at the workplace/institution.

Role of the Internal Complaints Committee (ICC): The Committee is entrusted with promoting measures aimed at achieving gender equality, removal of gender bias or discrimination, sexual harassment, and other acts of gender-based violence by organising awareness programmes and campaigns for the benefit of all members of the College.

  1.  Ensure a work place that is free from sexual harassment/gender discrimination,
  2.  Ensure that all reasonable steps are taken to deal with and dispose of complaints that are received in this regard,
  3.  Develop guidelines and norms for policies against sexual harassment
  4.  Organize gender sensitization awareness programmes.
  5.  Deal with cases of discrimination and sexual harassment in a time bound manner, aiming at ensuring support services to the victim.
  6.  To explain the broadened meaning of workplace/campus under the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act 2013 and the Saksham Guidelines.
  7.  Taking into account that vulnerable groups may be particularly prone to harassment - and to look after their special needs - based on class, caste, sexual orientation, and disability.
  8.  To provide assistance if an employee or a student chooses to file a complaint with the police.
  9.  To ensure that victims or witnesses are not threatened or penalised for making complaints
  10.  To ensure that the provisions of the Act are not misused by frivolous complaints.
  • Mrs I.S. Warjri - Convener
  • Mrs R. Pyngrope - Member
  • Ms Suzanne Khongwar - Member
  • Dr S. Sarma - IQAC Coordinator
  • Mrs M. Ryntathiang - President, Grassroot Grassroots, NGO, Shillong
  • Mr D. R. Kharmujai - Member Non-Teaching Staff
  • Ms. Dipandita Deka - Student Representative (Hostel) 3rd Semester
  • Ms. Swetlana Pohtam - Student Representative B.Sc Zoology 4th Semester
  • Ms. Wansa Bareh - Student Representative MA English, 4th Semester