Committee on Gender Sensitisation against Sexual Harassment

The JGU Committee on Gender Sensitisation against Sexual Harassment (COGSASH)  shall keep in view the University Grants Commission (Prevention, Prohibition and redressal of Sexual Harassment of Women Employees and Students in Higher Educational Institutions) Regulations, 2015 and JGU Rules on gender sensitization against sexual harassment and recommend measures, from time to time, for their effective implementation.

JGU  Committee on Gender Sensitisation against Sexual Harassment (COGSASH) is constituted as follows:

  1. Kathleen A. Modrowski, Professor, JSLH – Chair
  2. Anjali Pathak, President, Urja – NGO Representative
  3. Avirup Bose, Associate Professor and Assistant Director, JGLS
  4. Albeena Shakeel, Associate Professor, JGLS
  5. Anshu Sharma, Assistant Professor, JGBS
  6. Rihana Sheikh, Assistant Professor, JGBS
  7. Bilquees Daud, Research Associate, JSIA
  8. Shanthi Karuppusamy, Associate Professor,  JSIA
  9. Mimi Roy, Associate Professor, JSLH
  10. Kaveri Haritas, Assistant Professor, JSGP
  11. Indranil Mukhopadhyay, Associate Professor, JSGP
  12. Shalini Goel, Assistant Professor, JSBF
  13. Sarover Zaidi, Associate Professor, JSAA
  14. Kajori Sen, Assistant Professor,  JSJC
  15. Manjushree Palit, Deputy Director and Assistant Professor, JIBS
  16. Karan Singh, Assistant Registrar, Student Welfare.
  17. Surinder Kaur, Director, Student Housing
  18. Divya Sharma, Assistant Director HR – Convener
  19. Divya Patpatia, Executive Assistant to Dean (JSLH) & Research Assistant- Member   Secretary.
  20. Elected Representative of Under – graduate Students Council
  21. Elected Representative of Post-graduate Students Council

Terms of Reference

  1. Handle individual complaints; evolve suitable procedures to access committee members
  2. Awareness-raising efforts about sexual harassment within JGU campus; conduct training and sensitization programmes from time to time; design print and electronic materials on this issue; incorporate this issue in the orientation programmes of new faculty members, staff and students.
  3. Evolve suitable rules and guidelines in this regard keeping in view the UGC rules and Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace Act, 2013.
  4. Hold public forum meetings with students, teaching and non – teaching staff.
  5. Make suitable recommendations on all the above issues to the JGU Administration from time to time to ensure that JGU campus becomes a model campus.