COMMITTEES

 01.ANTI RAGGING COMMITTEE

ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES OF ANTI-RAGGING AND DISCIPLINE COMMITTEE

Anti-Ragging and Discipline Committee will be responsible to ensure that no incident of ragging takes place in the institution.

Anti ragging complaints, in whatever form, shall be dealt with immediately and appropriately. The Head will take prompt and appropriate action against the person(s) whose negligence of duty lead to the incident.

To consider the recommendations of the Anti-Ragging Squad and take appropriate decisions, including spelling outsuitable punishments to those found guilty.

The Committee will meet, record minuteswith Head of the institution and anti-ragging squad periodically

 What constitutes Ragging: –

                  Ragging constitutes one or more of any of the following acts:

  1. An act which has the effect of teasing, treating or handling with rudeness a fresher or any other student.
  1. Indulging in rowdy or undisciplined activities by any student or students which causes or is likely to cause annoyance, hardship, physical or psychological harm to any fresher or any other student.
  1. Asking any student to do any act which such student will not do in the ordinary course and which has the effect of causing of shame, torment or embarrassment to fresher or any other student
  1. Any act by a senior student that prevents, disrupts or disturbs the regular academic activity of any other student or a fresher.
  1. Exploiting the fresher for completing the academic tasks assigned to an individual or a group of students.
  1. Any act of financial expenditureput on a fresher or any other student by students.
  1. Any act of physical abuse including sexual abuse, homosexual assaults, stripping, forcing obscene causing bodily harm or any other danger to health or person.
  1. Any act or abuse by spoken words, emails, posts, public insults to fresher or any other student.
  1. Any act that affects the mental health and self-confidence of a fresher or any other student with or without purpose to derive a sadistic pleasure or showing off power, authority or superiority by a student over any fresher or any other student.

      Punishment for Ragging

  1. Cancellation of admission
  2. Suspension from attending classes
  • Withholding/withdrawing scholarship/fellowship and otherbenefits
  1. Debarring from appearing inexamination and evaluation           process
  2. Withholding results
  3. Suspension/expulsion from the hostel
  • Rustication from the institution for certain period
  • Expulsion from the institution and consequent debarring from admission to anyother institution
  1. Collective punishment: when the persons committing or abetting the crime ofragging are not identified, the institution shall resort to collective punishment as a deterrent to ensure community pressure on the potential raggers.

  

02.CULTURAL COMMITTEE

01

CULTURAL INCHARGE

PVSRC Chandra sekhar

02

MEMBER

M.Krishna

03

STUDENT MEMBER

B.PHARMACY

04

STUDENT MEMBER

M.PHARMACY

05

STUDENT MEMBER

PHARM.D

  • Plan events prior to the commencement of academic year.
  • Organize all intra and inter collegiate cultural events.
  • Encourage student’s participation in all cultural events with necessary guidance.
  • Maintaining logistics like speakers, mike and other articles for running events.
  • Documentation of all events and publishing them in college website.
  • To procure instruments / necessary to organize cultural activities.
  • To provide cash awards to students who excel in state level / national level cultural activities.

  

03.GRIEVANCE & REDRESSAL COMMITTEE

01

CONVENOR

PRINCIPAL

02

MEMBER

M.Manoj Kumar

03

MEMBER

K.Vinay Kumar

04

MEMBER

G.Kiran Kumar

05

MEMBER

E.Jajili

06

MEMBER

RESIDENT CARE TAKER
(GIRLS HOSTEL)

07

STUDENT MEMBER

B.PHARMACY

08

STUDENT MEMBER

M.PHARMACY

09

STUDENT MEMBER

PHARM.D

Students and faculty should be informed about how the grievance cell works.
Review and resolve the complaints as soon as possible.
All grievances must be documented in order to monitor the grievance cell’s mechanism.

Interacts with Grievance and Redressal Cell (GRC) student coordinators on a regular basis for issue updates (if any).

To keep track of all online complaints, compile an annual report, and resolve the concerns

 

 04.HOSTEL COMMITTEE

01

CHAIRMAN

PRINCIPAL

02

MEMBER

Mrudula raj

03

MEMBER

CAMPUS INCHARGE

04

MEMBER

RESIDENT WARDEN
GIRLS HOSTEL

05

MEMBER

RESIDENT WARDEN
GIRLS HOSTEL

06

MEMBER

RESIDENT WARDEN
GIRLS HOSTEL

07

MEMBER

RESIDENT WARDEN
BOYS HOSTEL

08

STUDENT MEMBER

B.PHARMACY

09

STUDENT MEMBER

M.PHARMACY

10

STUDENT MEMBER

PHARM.D

The president of the hostel committee must report to the wardens’ council on the efficient performance of tasks.

The hostel committee is responsible for the overall welfare of the students who live in the hostel and for assisting the wardens in maintaining the living standards.

The hostel committee is responsible for assisting the wardens in the timely allocation of rooms, reporting any unlawful use or misuse of hostel property, and notifying the wardens of any adverse incidents occurring on the hostel grounds.

The hostel committee is responsible for overseeing and ensuring that energy and water are used properly and responsibly in the hostel.

The hostel committee should foster a spirit of cooperation and harmony among the boarders of each hostel

  05.INSTITUTIONAL ANIMAL ETHICS COMMITTEE

01

CPCSEA Main Nominee

 

02

CPCSEA Link Nominee

 

03

Non Scientific Socially aware member

 

04

Scientist from outside the Institute

 

05

Biological Scientist Chair Person, IAEC

 

06

Scientist from different discipline, member secretary

 

07

IAEC Member/Veterinarian

 

08

Scientist from different discipline

 

09

Scientist I/C of AHF

 

Ascertain that all ongoing and upcoming initiatives have been represented and documented in ‘Form B.

Ensure that the ‘Form B’ is properly completed, with all required information and the investigator’s signature and date.

The IAEC only oversees research involving tiny laboratory bred animals (such as guinea pigs, rabbits, rats, mice, hamsters, and invertebrates). Following IAEC approval, all additional projects must be referred to CPCSEA for further review.

 

  06.LIBRARY ADVISORY COMMITTEE

01

CHAIRMAN

PRINCIPAL

02

MEMBER SECRETARY

LIBRARIAN

03

MEMBER

FACULTY

04

MEMBER

FACULTY

05

STUDENT MEMBER

B.PHARMACY

06

STUDENT MEMBER

M.PHARMACY

07

STUDENT MEMBER

PHARM.D

 

Encourage all employees and students to make the best use of the library by introducing best library utilisation awards.

Ensure that staff and students have easy access to the library’s resources.

Students and faculty should be encouraged to read and write.

Engage in activities that will encourage a love of reading.

Encourage students and faculty to use the digital library.

Organize book displays to promote new arrivals.

Organize library visits in orientation programmes to familiarise students with books in their individual semesters.

To recommend required books, journals, magazines, news papers, furniture, computers, e-journals, and software to the principal for approval in the governing body of chalapathi institute of pharmaceutical sciences, as per the requirements of regulatory agencies, employees, and students.

To promote the use of libraries and the writing of book chapters.

 

 07.SPORTS COMMITTEE

01

CHAIRMAN

PRINCIPAL

02

MEMBER

FACULTY

03

MEMBER

FACULTY

04

STUDENT MEMBER

B.PHARMACY

05

STUDENT MEMBER

M.PHARMACY

06

STUDENT MEMBER

PHARM.D

 Organize interclass/intercollegiate sports to encourage pupils to be more active.

Organize inter and intra-institutional events to encourage student participation.

By offering financial help to students, promote a culture of participation in state and national activities.

Keeping GYM equipment, materials, and accessories in good working order, maintaining sports equipment, and encouraging student use.

To purchase sports, gym, and gaming equipment as needed by students and staff.

To schedule sports classes according to the academic calendar.

To choose students who succeed in sports at the institute and university levels for monetary awards.

The events that took place were documented.

 

 08.STUDENTS COUNCIL

01

COORDINATOR

FACULTY

02

COORDINATOR

FACULTY

03

FACILITATOR

STUDENT

04

FACILITATOR

STUDENT

05

FACILITATOR

STUDENT

06

INCHARGE

SPORTS

07

MEMBER

STUDENT

08

MEMBER

STUDENT

09

MEMBER

STUDENT

10

INCHARGE

CULTURALS

11

STUDENT MEMBER

B.PHARMACY

12

STUDENT MEMBER

M.PHARMACY

13

STUDENT MEMBER

PHARM.D

14

INCHARGE

 

Committees of the student council are charged with planning and executing specific activities and projects.

They are in charge of planning, delegating, and overseeing events that have been allocated to them.

This committee’s goal is to improve leadership abilities and foster harmonious relationships within the institute.

The committee fosters an organised coordination of all institutional operations through improving student-teacher connections.

The committee gives students the chance to improve their decision-making and leadership abilities.

The student council assists the faculty and administrator in sharing student ideas, interests, and concerns.

  09.WOMEN CELL

01

COORDINATOR

Bhramarambha

02

COORDINATOR

sravani

03

STUDENT MEMBER

B.PHARMACY

04

STUDENT MEMBER

M.PHARMACY

05

STUDENT MEMBER

PHARM.D

06

INCHARGE

CULTURALS

07

MEMBER

STUDENT

08

MEMBER

STUDENT

09

MEMBER

STUDENT

The goal of the women’s cell is to empower women and establish a holistic approach to personality development.

It creates and maintains a dignified, welcoming work atmosphere for female employees and students in which they can fully develop, study, and explore their potential.

For the fostering of self-reliance among women, the Women’s Cell arranges various training programmes and raises knowledge about self-employment schemes.

It promotes participation in cultural and outreach activities such as lectures, seminars, workshops, and the creation of posters.

Women’s cell promotes women’s abilities and contributions.

This offers unrivalled opportunity to contribute to the progress of entire fields of knowledge as well as to improve entrepreneurship abilities.

 

  10.SC/ST COUNCELLING COMMITTEE

01

CHAIRMAN

FACULTY

02

MEMBER

FACULTY

03

MEMBER

FACULTY

04

STUDENT MEMBER

B.PHARMACY

05

STUDENT MEMBER

M.PHARMACY

06

STUDENT MEMBER

PHARM.D

Create awareness of the existence of a SC/ST counselling committee in the institution among all students and employees.

To ensure that there is no discrimination against SC/ST students on campus.

Encourage SC/ST students to participate actively in institutional activities.

Promote institution welfare programmes such as “Book Bank” for the benefit of students.

Increase student awareness of educational plans and scholarships offered by the federal and state governments, as well as the school.

Create awareness among students and faculty to improve their academic and research performance. Educate all students and faculty to use the institution’s academic and research facilities and to improve their abilities through the APSSDC.

 

 11.EXAMINATION CELL

01

CHAIRPERSON

PRINCIPAL

02

CONTROLLER OF EXAMINATIONS

PVSCRS Chandrasekhar

03

MEMBER

G. Kiran Kumar

04

MEMBER

S.Yamuna

05

MEMBER

D.Nagendra Babu

 

Schedules for sessional/annual exams are being finalised.

Review of syllabi progress with academic coordinators.

Examination tasks preparation for sessional/annual examination

Question paper collection, typing, and photocopying

Question papers are moderated by subject specialists.

Examining attendance percentages to determine eligibility for the sessional/annual examination.

Maintaining sessional and annual mother registrations.

Maintaining the examiner panel and inviting examiners for adjudication.

Students who pass the final examinations are given certificates and their results are published.

To design and maintain question banks as well as any records pertaining to the institution’s examinations.

 

  12.SIRCRRCOPS NEWS LETTER

01

CHIEF PATRON

PRESIDENT, Sir C R Reddy EDUCATIONAL SOCIETY

02

PATRON

PRINCIPAL

03

PATRON

INDUSTRAIL EXPERT

04

PATRON

INDUSTRIAL EXPERT

05

PATRON

ACADEMIC EXPERT

06

PATRON

ACADEMIC EXPERT

07

CHIEF EDITOR

Dr.K.Nagaraju

08

ASSOCIATE EDITOR

Naresh

09

STUDENT EDITOR

M.PHARMACY

10

STUDENT EDITOR

B.PHARMACY

11

STUDENT EDITOR

PHARM-D

Publication of academic, co-curricular, and research activities, as well as knowledge sharing among Sir C R Reddy College of Pharmaceutical Sciences stakeholders.

Develop editorial and communication abilities in students and instructors.

Maintains contact with the community and solicits opinions in order to improve the future.

Focus and disseminate the institution’s progress and achievements in terms of academic and social integrity.

 

  13.INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS CELL

01

CHAIRPERSON

PRINCIPAL

02

COORDINATOR

FACULTY

03

COORDINATOR

FACULTY

04

MEMBER

FACULTY

05

STUDENT MEMBER

B.PHARMACY

06

STUDENT MEMBER

M.PHARMACY

07

STUDENT MEMBER

PHARM.D

08

MEMBER

INDUSTRY

09

MEMBER

ALUMNI

10

MEMBER

IQAC

 

Faculty and students are guided and assisted in determining patentability and applying for various IPRs such as innovations, designs, trademarks, and other creative works.

Assist the inventor with the drafting of the patent application or any other IPR application, as well as the completion of necessary forms.

Conduct internal audits to assist with quality management and improvement in all areas.

By signing a non-disclosure agreement, you can keep the documents private.

 

  14.STAFF SELECTION COMMITTEE

01

Professor, AU

 

02

Professor ,AU

 

03

 professor ,ANU

 

04

Professor, Padmavathi Mahila Viswavidyalayam, Tirupathi

 

05

President ,Sir C R Reddy Educational Institutions.

 

06

Secretary, Sir C R Reddy Educational Institutions

 

07

Professor, SIRCRRCOPS

 

08

Industrial expert

 

09

Principal, Sir CRRCOPS

 

 

The staff selection committee’s major goal is to assess the institute’s need for teaching staff in accordance with AICTE/PCI/UGC/University standards and plan appropriately to recruit professors on merit.

Develop the protocols and procedures necessary to undertake an annual review of faculty intellectual contributions in order to assure consistency and continuity of effort in areas relevant to the institute’s goal.

To find strategies to encourage, promote, and improve faculty development and renewal, as well as their participation in academic and professional organisations.

Develop criteria to ensure that faculty members have adequate academic and professional qualifications.

Review and improve the incoming faculty orientation and mentorship programme.

The committee chair must provide an annual report on the committee’s work to the institute’s manging committee

 

  15.INTERNAL COMPLAINT COMMITTEE

01

MEMBER

FACULTY

02

MEMBER

FACULTY

03

MEMBER

FACULTY

04

MEMBER

FACULTY

05

MEMBER

FACULTY

05

STUDENT MEMBER

B.PHARMACY

06

STUDENT MEMBER

M.PHARMACY

07

STUDENT MEMBER

PHARM.D

Within three months of the date of the incident, any aggrieved woman may file a complaint of sexual harassment at work with the internal complaint committee (ICC).

Any complaint received by members should be immediately forwarded to the presiding officer, and other committee members should be informed as soon as possible (within three days).

The committee will deliberate and determine whether to pursue the matter or dismiss it.

The respondent will be notified within 7 working days of receiving the complaint.

Before launching an investigation, the committee may attempt to resolve the dispute between the aggrieved woman and the respondent through conciliation.

The aggrieved woman and the respondent will get copies of the settlement reached by the committee. The ICC will not conduct any additional investigations until a settlement has been reached.

If conciliation is deemed impossible, both parties will be given notice of a hearing.

If and when necessary, the committee may direct the register to ensure the safety and protection of the offended woman.

 

  16.PURCHASE COMMITTEE

01

CHAIRMAN

PRINCIPAL

02

MEMBER

FACULTY

03

MEMBER

FACULTY

04

MEMBER

FACULTY

05

MEMBER

FACULTY

06

MEMBER

FACULTY

To compile requirements from each institution unit, compare them to current stock, acquire quotes, and place purchases. To check stock registries for equipment, chemicals, glassware, and other supplies that the institution requires.

Periodically check the stock of each laboratory, store, and other unit of the institution.

Every year, check the dead stock registration.

To compare invoices to purchasing orders

 

 17.TRANSPORT COMMITTEE

01

CHAIRPERSON

PRINCIPAL

02

MEMBER

FACULTY

03

MEMBER

FACULTY

04

MEMBER

FACULTY

 Meet every four months before the start of each semester.

The transportation committee is in charge of bus safety standards, fees, bus stop identification, and vehicle document verification.

Representatives from the transportation department are responsible for maintaining constant vigilance throughout student pickup and drop-off.

Representatives provide information to students about college bus routes, which are displayed in the buses.

 

  18.UNNAT BHARTH ABHIYAN

 01

CHAIRMAN

PRINCIPAL

02

MEMBER

FACULTY

03

MEMBER

FACULTY

04

MEMBER

FACULTY

05

MEMBER

FACULTY

06

MEMBER AND INCHARGE

FACULTY

07

MEMBER

FACULTY

08

MEMBER

STUDENT

09

MEMBER

STUDENT

To promote a better grasp of the development agenda in higher education institutions, as well as institutional capacity and training that is relevant to national requirements, particularly those of rural India.

Reiterate the importance of fieldwork, stakeholder interactions, and design for social goals as the foundation of higher education.

As a focal point for developing new professions, to emphasise thorough reporting and meaningful outcomes.

To improve rural people’s health.

To teach individuals about eating a well-balanced diet.

To raise awareness about the proper use of antibiotics and their resistance.

To raise public knowledge about the advantages of blood and organ donation.

To create new procedures for sustaining and absorbing research findings.

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