Grievance Committee

Grievance cell is responsible to understand the grievances of students. The grievance redressal cell is consist of faculty members, parents, students and alumni in different levels

  • Level I – Class teachers

  • Level II-HOD/ Academic Coordinator

  • Level III-Principal

List of other Grievance Redressal Cells:

  • Student Grievance Addressal Cell

  • Teacher Grievance Addressal Cell

  • Non Teaching Staff Grievance Addressal Cell

Powers and Functions of the Students’ Grievance Redressal Committee

  • To entertain written and signed complaints students in respect of matters directly affecting them individually;

  • To enquire into the grievances, and make recommendations and report to the concerned authorities for redressal or suitable action; and

  • To recommend appropriate action against complainant(s), if allegations made are found to be baseless.

  • Grievances pertaining to the students shall be received in the office of the Chairperson shall be referred to the Students’ Grievance Redressal Committee.

General principles Grievance Redressal Committee

  • Create awareness among the students about the grievance redressal mechanism;

  • Register and acknowledge grievances received and referred to them;

  • To the extent possible, all grievances received shall be settled within a fortnight by arriving at a final decision;

  • If a final decision is not possible within a fortnight, an acknowledgement should be sent to the applicant along with an indication as to when he/she can expect a final reply;

  • As a matter of general rule, no grievances should remain pending beyond the limit of three months. The Chairperson & Convener of the respective Grievance Redressal Committees should make himself/herself freely available to hear the grievances personally; and

  • Aggrieved parties who are not satisfied with redressal by the Grievance Redressal Committee, may appeal to the Chairperson for a reconsideration and review.

Grievance Redressal Committee Members

The Students’ Grievance Redressal Committee shall comprise the following:


Sno


Name of the Member
 


Designation

1

Dr.V.Rajamani Principal Chairperson

2

Mr.A.Karthikeyan Vice Principal Member

3

Mr.Harish Planning Member

4

Dr.Sangeetha Prof /Maths Member

5

R. Vignesh –  CSE (2013-2017) Student Student- Member

6

C. Carlin Jenifer – IT (2013-2017) Student Student- Member

7

T.S. Poojitha– ECE (2013-2017) Student Student-Member

8

T.G. Radhika –  BME (2013-2017) Student Student-Member

9

Perlin Daniel – Mech (2014-2018) Student Student-Member

10

T. Leela Rani – EEE (2014-2018) Student Student-Member

11

D.M.S. Mohan – Civil (2014-2018) Student Student-Member

12

V. Harini –  ECE (2014-2018) Student Student-Member

13

D.Sridevi – ECE (2015-2019) Student Student-Member

14

S. Divya – CSE (2015-2019) Student Student-Member


FACULTY GRIEVANCE REDFRESSAL COMMITTEE

a) The Powers and Functions of the Teachers’ Grievance Redressal Committee shall be:

  • To accept and consider written and signed complaints of teachers and other academic staff in respect of matters directly affecting them individually or as a group;

  • To enquire into the grievances, and make recommendations and report to the concerned authorities for redressal or suitable action; and

  • To recommend appropriate action against complainant(s), if allegations made are found to be baseless. Grievances pertaining to the teachers, and other academic staff shall be received in the office of the Chairperson shall be referred to the Teachers’ Grievance Redressal Committee.

The Grievance Redressal Committees, in their respective areas of jurisdiction, shall observe the following general principles:

  • Create awareness among the staff and teachers about the grievance redressal mechanism;

  • Register and acknowledge grievances received and referred to them;

  • To the extent possible, all grievances received shall be settled within a fortnight by arriving at a final decision;

  • If a final decision is not possible within a fortnight, an acknowledgement should be sent to the applicant along with an indication as to when he/she can expect a final reply;

  • As a matter of general rule, no grievances should remain pending beyond the limit of three months;

  • The Chairperson & Convener of the respective Grievance Redressal Committees should make himself/herself freely available to hear the grievances personally; and

Aggrieved parties who are not satisfied with redressal by the Grievance Redressal Committee, may appeal to the Chairperson for a reconsideration and review.

The Teachers’ Grievance Redressal Committee shall comprise the following:


Sno


Name of the Member


Designation

1

Dr.V.Rajamani Principal Chairperson

2

Mr.A.Karthikeyan Vice Principal Member

3

Mr.Harish Planning Member

4

Dr.S.Parvathy Asst.Prof/Maths Convenor

5

Mr.V.R.Vimal HOD/CSE Member

6

Mr.G.Panneerselvam HOD/EEE Member

7

Mr.V.Prabhu HOD/ECE Member

8

Mr.M.Selvam HOD/MECH Member

9

Mr. S. Sathish HOD/Biomedical Member

10

Dr.T.Thangeeswari Asst.Prof/Physics Member

Powers and Functions of the Non-Teaching Staff Grievance Redressal Committee shall be:

  • To accept and consider written and signed complaints of staff (Non- Teaching) in respect of matters directly affecting them individually or as a group;

  • To enquire into the grievances, and make recommendations and report to the concerned authorities for redressal or suitable action; and

  • To recommend appropriate action against complainant(s), if allegations made are found to be baseless.

Grievances pertaining to the teachers, and other academic staff shall be received in the office of the Chairperson shall be referred to the Teachers’ Grievance Redressal Committee.

The Grievance Redressal Committees, in their respective areas of jurisdiction, shall observe the following general principles:

  • Create awareness among the staff and teachers about the grievance redressal mechanism;

  • Register and acknowledge grievances received and referred to them;

  • To the extent possible, all grievances received shall be settled within a fortnight by arriving at a final decision;

  • If a final decision is not possible within a fortnight, an acknowledgement should be sent to the applicant along with an indication as to when he/she can expect a final reply;

  • As a matter of general rule, no grievances should remain pending beyond the limit of three months;

  • The Chairperson & Convener of the respective Grievance Redressal Committees should make himself/herself freely available to hear the grievances personally; and

Aggrieved parties who are not satisfied with redressal by the Grievance Redressal Committee, may appeal to the Chairperson for a reconsideration and review.

The Non-Teaching Staff Grievance Redressal Committee shall comprise the following:


Sno


Name of the Member


Designation

1

Dr.V.Rajamani

Principal

Chairperson

2

Dr.G. Sangeetha

Prof/Mathematics

Convenor

3

Mr.A.Karthikeyan

Vice Principal

Member

4

Mr.Harish

Planning

Member

5

Mr.V.Prabhu

HOD/ECE

Member

6

Mr.V.R.Vimal

HOD/CSE

Member

7

Mr.G.Panneerselvam

HOD/EEE

Member

8

Mr. S. Sathish

HOD/Biomedical

Member

9

Mr.M.Selvam

HOD/MECH

Member

10

Mrs.B.Rena Caroline

Asst.Prof/Mathematics

Faculty Convenor

11

Mr.B.Mohanasundaram

Lab Technician-MECH

Member