(a) Compelling a student to address the seniors as "Sir" or "Madam".
(b) To perform mass drill.
(c) To copy class notes for seniors.
(d) To serve various errands.
(e) To do menial jobs for the seniors.
(f) To ask/answer vulgar questions.
(g) To look at pornographic material "to shock the freshers out of their innocence".
(h) To force to drink alcohol or scalding tea etc.
(i) To force to do acts with sexual overtones including homosexual acts.
(j) To force to do acts that can lead to physical injury/mental torture or death.
(k) To strip or kiss etc.
(l) To do other obscenities.
(m) To force the students to do any act which amounts to ridicule or degradation of human dignity.
(o) To use physical force/assault of any nature.
The above list is by no means exhaustive. Any act that the authorities consider falling within the ambit of Ragging given in the definition above would invite severe punishment.
Any student found indulging in Ragging would be fined Rs. 5,000/- and expelled from the College. In addition, an FIR would also be lodged against the defaulters.
Students are further advised to desist from indulging in Ragging. Defaulters would be dealt with severely. Any compromise reached with the victim later would not be tenable as a plea for lenient punishment. If the individuals committing or abetting ragging are not/cannot be identified, collective punishment can be awarded to act as a deterrent. To deal with the menace of ragging an anti-ragging cell has been established at the University. All cases of ragging will be referred to this cell for prompt action. Smoking in an around the University is prohibited consuming/carrying of Alcohol/Narcotics and weapons is strictly prohibited.