Student Support

The Grievance Cell aims to develop a responsive and accountable attitude among all the stakeholders in order to maintain harmony within the institute. The Grievance Cell has been constituted for the redressal of the problems identified by the staff and students of the college with the following objectives:

  • Maintain the honor of the College by ensuring a peaceful atmosphere in the College by promoting cordial Student-Studentsand Student-Staff relationship.
  • Encourage the Students to express their grievances / issues openly without any fear of victimization.
  • Suggestion / Complaint Box is placed in the reception foyer where Students / Staff, may drop their grievances or suggestions for improving the Academics / Administration in the College.
  • The grievance may also be mailed to the : [email protected]

Student Grievance Redressal Committee

Dr. Leena A V, Principal Chairperson
Dr. Susan Abraham, Dean UG & PG Member
Ms. Mary Sonia George, HOD CE Member
Mr. Abhilash Krishnan.T.K, HOD EEE Member
Mr. Sunder V, HOD CSE Member
Mr. Rajath Manoharan, CE Special Invitee
Ms. Aswathi P P, EEE Special Invitee

Any student aggrieved by the decision of the Student Grievances Redressal Committee may prefer an appeal to the Ombudsperson preferably within a period of 15 working days from the date of receipt of the decision of the Committee. Dr. Dharmaraj Adat is appointed as the Ombudsperson by the APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University.

Grievance Redressal Cell for Faculty and Staff

Dr. Leena A V, Principal Chairperson
Dr. Sudhin Chandran, AP ME Member
Ms. Saritha Sasindran, AP CE Member
Ms. Prabha Chandran, AP EEE Member
Ms. Varsha M, AP CSE Member
Ms. Mary Sonia George, HOD CE Convenor

The Anti-ragging committees mandate is to maintain SNGCET as a ragging free campus. Anti Ragging Committee is involved in implementing strategies and action plan for curbing the menace of ragging in the college. The Anti Ragging Squad by the committee is formed to monitor the students.

The objectives of the Committee are :

  • The committee creates awareness among the fresher’s about its existence and emboldens them to report any ragging incident.
  • The committee also sensitizes the senior students about the ill effects of ragging and educates them at large about the menace of ragging and related punishment provisions.
  • The Anti Ragging Squad works under the Supervision of Anti Ragging Committee and engages in monitoring campus and other places of student gathering, for any incidences of ragging.

Anti Ragging Committee

Dr. Leena A V, Principal Chairperson
Dr. Susan Abraham, Dean UG & PG Vice Chairperson
Sri. Suresh Babu K V, Member, Kankol Member
Alapadamba Grama Panchayath Member
Sri. Subhash P, SHO, Peringome Police Station Member
Sri. Jalaluddeen K V, PTA Vice President Member
Ms. Mary Sonia George, HOD CE Member
Mr. Jacob Thomas, HOD ME Member
Mr. Sunder V, HOD CSE Member
Ms. Bindiya M C, HOD S&H Member
Mr. Abhilash Krishnan.T.K, HOD EEE Member
Ms. Leena Narayanan, HOD ECE Member
Mr. Unnikrishnan O, HOD Phy. Edu. Member
Mr. Dhanaraj K, Workshop Supdt. Member
Ms. Gana N, Assistant Librarian Member
Mr. Rajath Manoharan, S6 CE Member

The menace of drug abuse has profound social, economic and health implications for communities worldwide. Addressing this issue requires a multidimensional approach. One effective strategy is the formation of a Drug Abuse Prevention Cell, a body dedicated to combatting drug abuse and its associated challenges.

Drug Abuse Prevention Cell are to organize awareness programs in the college and hostels with the help of government authorized agencies or organizations and also maintain necessary warning sign boards against the use of drugs. The cell plays an important role by educating the students about the ill- effects of drugs and alcohol and encouraging peer policing among students against the use of drugs. Organizing awareness campaigns, workshops and seminars can foster a sense of responsibility among students to prevent substance abuse. By focusing on prevention, the cell contributes to a healthier society with lower rates of substance abuse, resulting in improved overall well-being and social harmony.

A Drug Abuse Prevention Cell serves as a central hub for designing, implementing, and monitoring strategies aimed at preventing drug abuse and related issues. Its importance lies in its ability to pool resources, expertise and community engagement to tackle the multifaceted challenges of drug misuse.

Drug Abuse Preventive Cell

Mr. Jacob Thomas , HOD ME Chairman
Ms. Archana C P, AP EEE Member
Ms. Vijina Vijayan, AP CSE Member
Ms. Abhaya D K, AP ECE Member
Ms. Revathi P, AP CE Member
Mr. Priyesh Padmanabhan, AP ME Member
Ms. Drishya K P, S3 M.Tech Student Member
Mr. Vidyasagar P, S7 ME Student Member
Ms. Bindiya M C, AP S&H Convenor

Women’s Cell at SNGCET aims at empowering the women of SNGCET by providing them opportunities to attain their true potential. The Women’s Cell is committed to create awareness among the Women about gender sensitive issues and their legal rights. The Women’s Cell takes necessary action on the grievances put forth by the Women. We are committed to provide a fully confidential and supportive environment to all the female members of our campus community. The Girls/women shall also post their grievances at [email protected] or contact the 24x7 helpline – 8943616582.

The objectives if the Cell are :

  • To ensure the facilities and needs of the women faculty, staff and students are met.
  • To address problems arising out of any gender-related discrimination.
  • To train women in different domains and to help them attain their own stand in a competing world.

Women’s Grievance Cell

Dr. Susan Abraham, Dean UG & PG Convenor
Ms. Saritha Sasindran, AP CE Joint Convenor
Ms. Varsha M, AP CSE Member
Ms. Archana C P, AP EEE Member
Ms. Meera M, AP ECE Member
Ms. Aswathi Sreejith, AP S&H Member

The Scheduled Caste (SC) and Scheduled Tribes (ST) Cell at SNGCETendeavors to provide unbiased opportunities to the special interests of students in the reserved category. It lends a helping hand to students in areas where they experience difficulties. The college takes special interest in facilitating financial support to students from backward communities. They are also encouraged to enroll for career orientation programs, which would equip them build their career.

The objectives of the Committee are :

  • To counsel and guide students of reserved category and help them adapt to the academic environment.
  • To create awareness about the State Govt. and UGC’s orders on various aspects of education, employment of SC/ST & OBC Students.
  • To circulate State Govt.and UGC’s decisions about different scholarship programs.

SC-ST Committee

Dr. Leena A V, Principal Chairperson
Ms. Archana C P, AP EEE Member
Ms. Meera M, AP ECE Member
Mr. Shibin B, AP CE Member
Ms. Vijina Vijayan, AP CSE Member
Mr. Rahul A M, AP ME Member
Mr. Abhirosh K, AP S&H Member
Mr. Rajath Manoharan, S6 CE Member
Ms. Sreelakshmi K, S6 CE Member
Dr. Susan Abraham Member

An Internal Committee is hereby constituted to review the complaint raised by the employees/students. As per section 4 AICTE (general Sensitization, prevention and prohibition of sexual harassment of women employees and students and redressalof grievances in technical institutions) regulation 2016

Sl.No Composition Members
1 Presiding Officer Dr. Susan Abraham
2 2 Members (faculty) Ms. Mary Sonia George
Mr. Sunder V
3 3 Members (students) Mr. RajathManoharan
Ms. Aswathi P P
Ms. Arathi T V
4 2 Member (non teaching staff ) Mr.Dhanaraj K
Ms. Gana N
5 Member from Local Governing Body Mrs. Sulochana K M

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