Express News Service
Posted online: Saturday , July 05, 2008 at 02:49:05
Chandigarh, July 04 In a meeting held to discuss the problems related to ragging, Dean Social Welfare Professor Naval Kishore today said that no one would be spared if found ragging on the campus. The university has decided to divide the campus into five parts for better monitoring.
The meeting discussed the recommendations of the Raghav Committee stating that an FIR should be registered against anyone found guilty of ragging. It has decided to register and maintain details of hostel students online. Different teams will be formed to take stock of different hostels and surprise checks will be conducted by them during night.
Talking to Newsline, Professor Naval Kishore said, “We have decided to buffer up the security system from this year and both girls as well as the boys hostels will be under the scanner and ragging of any type will not be tolerated. The university is all set to take the strictest action against the ones involved in ragging.” Another issue discussed today was regarding the working of the CCTV Camers. Vice-Chancellor Professor R C Sobti said that the cameras should be repaired at the earliest as they can be of great help in tracking those involved.