5th October 2022,
डॉ. बी.आर. अम्बेडकर राष्ट्रीय विधि विश्वविद्यालय, सोनीपत

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Anti-Ragging Policy



  • These regulations will apply to all the students of DBRANLU in all the courses.
  • All the students are required to maintain good conduct and discipline in the
  • Any student committing a breach of Code of Conduct will be liable to be punished under the DBRANLU


The code of conduct is the general norms of good behavior prescribed for DBRANLU students. The students will:

  1. Not do anything unbecoming of DBRANLU
  2. Maintain cordial relations with their
  3. Respect the culture and tradition of fellow
  4. Wear the uniform on the specified day and follow the dress
  5. Wear an identity card as per the directions issued by
  6. No use of mobile phones in the classroom, official functions and the Library.
  7. Uphold the basic principles of honesty and
  8. Maintain the Code of Conduct as notified by the University fromtime to time.

The Hostel Code of Conduct at DBRANLU, the students,will:

  1. Not stay back in the hostels during the class
  2. Not invite any outsider in the hostel
  3. Maintain hygiene in the respective hostel rooms and save the-renewable resources.
  4. Not take their meals to the hostel
  5. Maintain the Code of Conduct as notified by the University fromtime to time.


  • General Code of Conduct – Ragging is prohibited in the University.Strict measures will be taken if any student is found guilty ofragging and/or abetting ragging, whether actively or passively, orbeing  a part of something promoting ragging. Strict action will be betaken against such students based on the U.G.C. Regulations on Curbing the Menace of Ragging in Higher Education Institutions,2009 and “The Haryana Prohibition of Ragging in educational institutions Ordinance, 2012”.
  • Instructions Against Ragging – We, at DBRANLU, look forward tomaking our campus student-friendly so that everyone can grow andlearn. We take pride in putting forward the best practices for  theoverall benefit of the

What Constitutes Ragging?

  1. Any conduct by the student/s in verbal or written form which has theeffect of teasing, treating harshly or handling any kind of
  2. Indulging in activities promoting indiscipline which is likely to causeannoyance, hardship, physical or psychological harm or any kind offear.
  3. Forcing any student to do any act which is against his/her will andpotential of causing a detrimental effect on the mental health of thatstudent.
  4. Any act which disrupts or disturbs the regular academic activity ofany student.
  5. Exploiting the services – academically and financially (forcefulexpenditure).
  6. Any act/incidence of physical abuse like sexual abuse, homosexualslurs, assaults, stripping, obscene/lewd remarks, gestures or any kind ofbodily harm.
  7. Any act through the use of social media which has the potential ofdisturbing the mental state of an
  8. Any act which has the potential of mental abuse (bullying andexclusion) targeted at another student on the grounds of caste, color,race, ethnicity, gender, sex, appearance, religious orientations, economic backgroundIn case of any incidence of ragging, the students will contact H.O.D./ Dean / Dean Student Welfare for further course of action to befollowed.


Indisciplineis categorized according to the gravity of the act as under:

  1. Indiscipline – It includes incidences such as causing the disturbance in the classroom/hostels, use of abusive language and obscene gestures,leavingCampus without permission and reporting late, cooking meals inthe hostel rooms and changing rooms without informing the Warden,usingunauthorized electronic gadgets, organizing parties in the hostelrooms, bringing vehicle without due permission and any other notified by the University from Time to
  2. Serious Indiscipline – Incidents of serious indiscipline will include misbehavior with the teachers/university authorities/administrativestaff etc., smoking, drinking or use of intoxicants at the Campus,bringing or supplying any intoxicants, threatening fellowstudents/employees, damaging or defacing the University property andany other act notified by the University from Time to
  3. Grave Indiscipline – Incidences of grave indiscipline includes ragging in any form, physical assault on any person inside the Campus,indecentbehavior (sexual nature), an act of violence or moral turpitude that is an offence under any law in force in the countrycommitted at or outside the Campus, three repeated incidents of seriousindiscipline will be considered as grave


  1. Indiscipline – Any student found guilty of indiscipline will be liablefor a fine up to Rs. 5000 with or without community service in the form of  duty in the Library, Computer lab, Hostel, Sports field, etc., for theperiod specified by the
  2. Serious Indiscipline – Any student found guilty of serious indiscipline will be liable for a fine up to Rs. 10000 with or without community service at the Library, Computer lab, Hostel, Sports field, etc., for the period specified by the
  3. Grave Indiscipline – A student found guilty of grave indiscipline willbe- liable to a fine as determined by the Vice-Chancellor OR Debarred from examination with or without any fine OR Rusticated from theUniversity/Hostel.

Note- Debarring of a student from an examination may be for one ormore papers in a semester/s or more than one semester. Rusticationwillbe  construed as an expulsion of the student from the University.


  1. The matter will be reported by the Warden/Teacher/Dean to the
  2. The DSWwill hold an inquiry through a committee consisting ofthe following – Chief Warden, Warden/Faculty Member, Nominee ofthe Vice Chancellor
  3. Report of any incidence of indiscipline will be completed within five  days with the guilty students given a chance to put their case
  4. For any grievance regarding disciplinary action, the student cansend a review application to the Registrar. The decision of Registrarwill be final and cannot be


  1. Matter of “serious indiscipline”will be taken by theAdministrative Officer/Warden/Senior Faculty to the Dean of
  2. The DSWwill conduct a preliminary inquiry and submit his/herreport to the
  3. Report by the Registrar will be put forward for theconsideration of the Vice Chancellor
  4. Vice Chancellor may constitute a Committee to inquire into any case of SI. TheCommittee will comprise of DSW, Faculty Member,
  5. The Committee will allow the student who committed any act of SI to put his case forward and then making recommendations to Vice Chancellorregarding the nature of the act and the punishment
  6. The ViceChancellor, on perusal of the recommendations of the Committee, may pass an appropriate order/award punishment. Thedecision of the Vice-Chancellor shall be


  1. On any matter concerning “Grave Indiscipline,” the matter will be immediately reported to the Vice-Chancellor by anyone having information about the “grave “
  2. Based on the information received, the Vice-Chancellor may pass anorder of suspension of the student from classes and also constitute acommitteethat will look into the matter. The Committee wouldcomprise of- Registrar, D.S.W., Senior Faculty member, Hostel
  3. After looking at all the facts and collection of the information associated with the act of “Grave Indiscipline,” the student will begiven a fair opportunity to explain his/her
  4. The Committee will submit its final report to the Vice-Chancellor along with the proposed nature and the quantum of
  5. The Vice-Chancellor may pass an appropriate order/punishment. Incase the punishment deals with debarring the student from examination or rustication from the University, an adequate opportunity of hearing to the student and his/her parents will be
  6. Executive Council can further arrive at an appropriate decision on the guilt and punishment after considering the recommendation of the C.
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