Punjab government on Wednesday asked students of government run and private polytechnic institutes to submit anti ragging undertakings from students as well as their parents on the time of admission.
Punjab’s Technical Education and Industrial Training minister Anil Joshi today issued strict instructions to all the government and private polytechnics and ITI’s to take anti ragging undertakings from students at the time of admission.
“The students and parents can download the anti-ragging form from the UGC website www.antiragging.in and email@example.com. and instructions have been issued instructions in this regard to all the Technical Educational Institutions to follow the Supreme Court guidelines,” Joshi said, adding that strict action will be taken against the institution who will be found violating these norms.
Joshi said that all institutions have been ordered to set up a help line for the ragging victims and asked the authorities of the educational institutions to take written undertaking from the students and their parents, not to take part in any kind of ragging activity.