This year the rules are more strict against ragging. Strict actions will be taken for the students who indulge theirselves in this punishable practice. Students and parents can take a breath of relief now as tough actions will be decided to take so that ragging will be avoided successfully.
Alka Sharma, Registrar of Delhi University, said that the candidate face cancellation or expulsion or suspension of the degree as punishment for the ragging. Students have already submitted an affidavit under that is is clearly mentioned that they will be liable for one of the above punishments if found ragging.
There will be surprise visit to the sensitive areas at the hostel on a regular basis in order to avoid this practice. Alongside, electronics surveillance will also be there. The police will also monitor the traffic around the campus area. The outsider will not be allowed inside the campus of the college while anti ragging squad will be formed to monitor to check and avoid the ragging.
Police pickets will be present outside every college however special assistance is provided at every women's college. Mobile patrolling will also be available where police will roam around the area to take immediate action in case of any troublesome incident. Two joint control rooms have been set up by the university that are North campus call at 27667221 and for South campus at 24119832. The control room will start working from one day earlier from the commencement of the course i.e. Tuesday.
There are some other ways for filing complaints against ragging. Students can send written complaint directly to the college. Alongside, the candidates can contact to the national anti-ragging helpline at 1800-180-5522 round the clock or dial 100 for nearest Police Control Room van. Contact to the information centre present at the university can be accessed at 155215 or 27006900 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org@du.ac.in from Monday to Friday.