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Anti-discrimination and anti-harassment policies

Anti-discrimination and anti-harassment policies

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Anti-discrimination and anti-harassment policies

The Student Handbook (Pages 165-191) details JGU’s policies and procedures to prevent harassment and discrimination of any form. The handbook contains the following sections:

Anti-Ragging Regulations
Anti-Ragging Committee
Rules on Gender Sensitisation Against Sexual Harassment
Committee on Gender Sensitisation Against Sexual Harassment (COGSASH)
Committee on Disability Issues
Grievance Redressal Committee
Anti-Discrimination Committee

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Anti-ragging regulations

JGU believes in inculcating discipline and social integration among its students. In furtherance of this objective and with the aim of protecting its students from immoral and inhumane acts of ragging, JGU has adopted these Regulations to address preventive, procedural and punitive aspects of ragging. These Regulations seek to enforce the University Grants Commission Regulations on Curbing the Menace of Ragging in Higher Educational Institutions, 2009.

Anti-sexual harassment committee

The Committee on Gender Sensitisation Against Sexual Harrasment (COGSASH) was constituted for the prevention, prohibition and re-dressal of sexual harassment in JGU. Our campus houses thousands of young minds and the committee ensures that they feel safe and secure during their journey with us. COGSASH is a fully functional, legally established committee on campus trying to provide a safe space for not just the students, but all our employees and visitors as well who come to visit our campus. Visit for contact information

Rules on Gender Sensitisation Against Sexual Harassment

Policy for non-discrimination against women

Policy for non-discrimination against trans people

Policy on Non-Discrimination, Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action