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Various Committees
Various Committees

International Students Cell

Members

Sl.No. Name Post
1 Dr. K. Pitchai Balashanmugam
Dean, CHRI
Convener
2 Dr. Surajit Pathak
Professor, FAHS
Member
3 Prof. Dr.Hepsibah Sharmil S
Principal, Chettinad College of Nursing
Member
4 Ar.Loganthan
Professor & Dean, Chettinad School of Architecture
Member
5 Dr.Lakshmi.K
Professor & Dean, Chettinad School of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Member
6 Adv. D.Dhinakaran
Legal Officer, CARE
Member
7 Mr. R. Mohan
Finance officer, CARE
Member

Guidelines

1. It is the duty of the Cell to refer the UGC guidelines for International Students – Generic guidelines of admission of international students and to follow it up in coordination with the Registrar’s office.

2. The Cell shall get the details from the Registrar’s office for every academic year viz. No. of International students enrolled for each course, Name of the student, Name of the country to which he/she belongs, etc.

3. It is the duty of the Cell to organize familiarization sessions for freshly enrolled students prior to the commencement of the academic session.

4. This Cell shall serve as an Intermediary between foreign students and other stake holders such as FRRO/FRO, banks, landlords of private housing accommodation, etc. In other words, the Cell have to resolve the difficulties faced by international students and to provide necessary assistance in areas such as completion of admission formalities, to help them in finding accommodation, opening of Bank accounts, counseling/orientation etc.

5. It is the duty of the Cell to inform the international students about the dress code, hostel rules, rules on anti-ragging, etc. 6. It is the duty of the Cell to provide inputs on specific and relevant information about the region, city and suburbs, local customs, culture, language, civil facilities, etc.

Meetings so far held

AUG2015 – JULY2016 30/09/2015 6/10/2015 05/01/2016 04/04/2016 07/07/2016
AUG2016-JULY2017 04/10/2016 03/01/2017 05/04/2017 03/07/2017
AUG2017-JULY2018 03/09/2017 04/01/2018 05/04/2018 05/07/2018
AUG2018-JULY2019 04/10/2018 03/01/2019 04/04/2019 04/07/2019
AUG2019-JULY2020 04/10/2019 08/01/2020 03/04/2020 07/07/2020
AUG2020-JULY2021 04/10/2020 03/01/2021 02/04/2021 03/07/2021
AUG2021-JULY2022 01/10/2021 04/01/2022 01/04/2022

Grievance Redressal for Teaching Staff

For Complaints: Click Here

Members

Sl.No. Name Post
1 Dr. Meenakshi. N,
Professor & HOD, Department of Respiratory Medicine, CHRI
Convener
2 Dr.Balaji T.K,
Professor, Dept of Anatomy,CHRI
Member
3 Dr.Lakshmi.K,
Professor & Dean, Chettinad School of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Member
4 Dr. Shoba Narayan,
Associate Professor, Faculty of Allied Health Science, CHRI
Member
5 Ms. S. Subbulakshmi,Professor & Vice Principal,
Chettinad College of Nursing
Member
6 Ar.Loganthan
Professor & Dean, Chettinad School of Architecture
Member

Guidelines

1. It is the duty of the Cell to prominently display the name of the Convener and the other members of the Cell along with their Phone Nos., whom to contact, how to contact, etc

2. The Grievance Redressal Cell should hear the grievances of the teaching staff with patience and redress the grievances with law and justice.

3. The Complaint should be in writing with complete signature of the individual with full address.

4. In case of emergency, the Grievance should be settled within 48 hours and in normal practice within maximum of 14 days.

5. If an individual submit a Grievance to a member, the same can be solved by the member across the table if possible. If not the same should be communicated to the Committee.

6. If the Committee is unable to solve the Grievance, it may forward the same to the Vice Chancellor and the Registrar and his/her decision will be the final.

7. If no grievances are received, the convener of the Committee shall submit a “NIL” report for every quarter to the Registrar. 8. Reports on the activities of the Cell should be periodically sent to the Registrar.

Meetings so far held

AUG2015 – JULY2016 14/08/2015 05/10/2015 04/01/2016 05/04/2016 04/07/2016
AUG2016-JULY2017 03/10/2016 04/01/2017 07/04/2017 03/07/2017
AUG2017-JULY2018 11/09/2017 15/12/2017 20/03/2018 26/06/2018
AUG2018-JULY2019 28/08/2018 01/10/2018 08/01/2019 09/04/2019
AUG2019-JULY2020 01/07/2019 16/10/2019 02/01/2020 15/04/2020
AUG2020-JULY2021 05/10/2020 15/12/2020 12/02/2021 05/07/2021
AUG2021-JULY2022 10/08/2021 29/11/2021 22/02/2022 03/05/2022

Students Grievance Redressal Cell

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The institution provides mechanism to the students for redressal of their grievances with regard to their complaints on academic and non-academic matters.

i. An aggrieved student who has any grievances at the Programme level shall make an application first to the Programme Coordinator/Class Coordinator/ Mentor as the case may be. They, after verifying the facts shall try to redress the grievance within a reasonable time, preferably within a week of the receipt of the complaint.If the student is not satisfied with the verdict or solution of the Programme Coordinator/Class Coordinator/Mentor, as the case may be then the same should be placed before the Head of the Institution that is Dean/Principal and the Dean/Principal shall, if necessary refer the same to the respective (Constituent) College level committee (Students Grievance Redressal Cell) for rederessal.

ii. The Constituent college level Committee, in turn, shall verify the facts and try to redress the grievance within a reasonable time, preferably within a week. If the student is not satisfied with the verdict or solution of the constituent college level Committee then the same shall be placed before the University level Committee.

iii. The University level Committee would consider the appeal of the student and make appropriate recommendations to the Registrar/Vice Chancellor as the case may be within a reasonable time. On approval, the final decision would be communicated to the student through the concerned Head of the Institute.

iv. The University level Committee, if needed, may recommend to the Registrar/Vice Chancellor necessary corrective action as it may deem fit, to ensure avoidance of recurrence of similar grievance at any of the constituent colleges of the University. While dealing with the complaint, the persons at all levels shall observe principles of natural justice.

Members

Sl.No.
Name Post Contact No.
1
Dr. R. Arun Kumar
Professor & Vice Principal, CHRI
Convener 9094752000
2
Dr.Hannah Sugirthabai Rajila
Professor & HOD, Dept of Anatomy, CHRI
Member 044-47429101
3
Dr.C.N.Ram Gopal
Professor, Faculty of Allied Health Science, CHRI
Member 9940050429
4
Prof. Dr.Hepsibah Sharmil S
Principal, Chettinad College of Nursing
Member 044-47419020
5
Ar. Radhika
Assistant Professor, Chettinad School of Architecture
Member 9790835866
6
Dr.Lakshmi.K
Professor & Dean, Chettinad School of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Member 7893334442
7
Dr.P.Senthil
Professor & Dean i/c, Chettinad School of Physiotherapy
Member 9841667912
8
Dr.Rajesh Kannan. S
Associate Professor, Department of Community Medicine, CHRI
Member 9003067846
9
Dr. S. Nirupa,
COE, CARE
Member 044-47429011
10
Mr.Chinnaiah.S
Warden – Boys Hostel, CARE
Member 9841013001
11
Dr.G.Bhuvana Padma,
Post Graduate, Dept. of General Surgery, CHRI
Member  
12
Mr.Praveen Kumar,
MBBS Student, CHRI
Member  
13
Mr.Karthikeyan,
B.Sc Genetics student, Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, CHRI
Member  
14
Mr.Adhavan.P
B. Sc. Nursing student, Chettinad College of Nursing
Member  

For any grievance, please contact Convenor- Dr. R. Arun Kumar (9094752000) or any of the above members.

Mechanism of Reporting Student Grievances

Chettinad Academy of Research and Education has well definedmechanism in place for reporting grievances to aid the students to voice their grievances without any hesitation and to ensure proper tracking of the grievances is possible and timely remedy/justice is delivered.

The faculty are adequately trained and sensitized on proper handling of student’s grievance. The committee has Standard Operating Procedures on their roles, responsibilities and operation. The committee meets periodically and if the members feel any preventive actions need to be done, they suggest it to the Vice Chancellor/ Registrar and if found appropriate, their suggestions are implemented to prevent the grievances.

The committee provides corrective and preventive actions in a timely manner and build confidence in the minds of the students.

The students have both off line and on-line mechanisms for reporting their grievances.

Online Method: The website www.care.edu.in has necessary facilities to file the grievances. Once the grievance is filed it automatically goes to the grievance Redressal cell and the members investigate the matter and wherever appropriate the grievance is referred to other committees as well for suitable remedies

Offline Method: The campus has displays in prominent places in visible manner that gives information to the students on whom to contact in case of their grievances. The students can always inform the delegated persons their grievances and seek appropriate action/ remedy.

In addition, the students can also approach their class teachers or HODs or mentors whenever they face difficult times or any specific grievances.

If the students are not happy with the way grievances are handled they are encouraged to report further to the Dean or Registrar or even Vice Chancellor.

Flowchart of Reporting Students Grievances

Reports

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020

Meetings so far held

AUG2015 – JULY2016 05/10/2015 04/01/2016 19/03/2016 01/07/2016
AUG2016-JULY2017 04/11/2016 24/04/2017 07/07/2017
AUG2017-JULY2018 01/11/2017 07/03/2018 04/07/2018
AUG2018-JULY2019 14/11/2018 06/03/2019 16/07/2019
AUG2019-JULY2020 28/11/2019 06/02/2020 30/04/2020
AUG2020-JULY2021 01/10/2020 04/12/2020 03/02/2021 04/07/2021
AUG2021-JULY2022 12/08/2021 02/11/2021 11/02/2022 05/05/2022

Grievance Redressal for Non-teaching Staff

For Complaints: Click Here

Members

Sl.No. Name Post
1 Mr.Manickam.M,
Head-Infrastructure, CARE
Convener
2 Ar.Loganathan.T
Professor & Dean, Chettinad School of Architecture
Member
3 Ms. Vishalatchi.VR.S,
Manager, Finance & Accounts, CARE
Member
4 Dr.Senthil.P,
Professor & Dean i/c,
Chettinad School of Physiotherapy
Member
5 Mr.Manikandan.N,
Supervisor-Lab Services, Dept. of Biochemistry, CHRI
Member
6 Ms. Vimala Maragatharaj.I,
Nursing Superintendent, CHRI
Member
7 Mrs. Sournavalli,
Executive Secretary, Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, CHRI
Member
8 Mr.Palaniraja.E,
Secretary, Chettinad College of Nursing
Member

Guidelines

1. It is the duty of the Cell to prominently display the name of the Convener and the other members of the Cell along with their Phone Nos., whom to contact, how to contact, etc.

2. The Grievance Redressal Cell should hear the grievances of the Non-teaching staff with patience and redress the grievances with law and justice.

3. The Complaint should be in writing with complete signature of the individual with full address.

4. In case of emergency, the Grievance should be settled within 48 hours and in normal practice within maximum of 14 days.

5. If an individual submit a Grievance to a member, the same can be solved by the member across the table if possible. If not the same should be communicated to the Committee.

6. If the Committee is unable to solve the Grievance, it may forward the same to the Vice Chancellor and the Registrar and his/her decision will be the final.

7. If no grievances are received, the convener of the Committee shall submit a “NIL” report for every quarter to the Registrar. 8. Reports on the activities of the Cell should be periodically sent to the Registrar.

Meetings so far held

AUG2015 – JULY2016 05/10/2015 20/11/2015 05/04/2016 06/07/2016
AUG2016-JULY2017 08/08/2016 03/01/2017 05/04/2017 10/06/2017 11/07/2017
AUG2017-JULY2018 05/10/2017 19/12/2017 06/04/2018 06/07/2018
AUG2018-JULY2019 17/09/2018 31/12/2018 11/02/2019 14/05/2019
AUG2019-JULY2020 09/10/2019 25/10/2019 08/04/2020 20/04/2020 05/07/2020
AUG2020-JULY2021 20/09/2020 08/01/2021 08/02/2021 03/05/2021
AUG2021-JULY2022 09/08/2021 08/11/2021 07/02/2022 02/05/2022

Students Counseling Centre

Members

Sl.No. Name Post
1 Dr.Kailash.S,
Associate Professor, Dept. of Psychiatry, CHRI
Convener
2 Dr.Senthil Kumar.K,
Professor, Dept of General Surgery, CHRI
Member
3 Dr.Ram Gopal.C.N,
Professor, Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, CHRI
Member
4 Ms.Kalaiselvi.R,
Associate Professor, Chettinad College of Nursing
Member
5 Ms.Manisha.S
Assistant Professor, Chettinad School of Law
Member
6 Ar.Vaidyanathan.K
Professor, Chettinad School of Architecture
Member
7 Dr.Lakshmi.K,
Professor & Dean,
Chettinad School of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Member
8 Dr.Senthil.P,
Professor & Dean i/c, Chettinad School of Physiotherapy
Member
9 Dr.Sivabackiya.C
Assistant Professor, Dept of Psychiatry, CHRI
Member
10 Ms. Savitha Kamakshi.P
Clinical Psychologist, Dept of Psychiatry, CHRI
Member

Guidelines

1. Counseling involves identifying and building upon an individual’s strengths in order to work through a challenge or difficulty.

2. Anti ragging awareness to be created among the fresh students and the measures to prevent will be taught to them.

3. Counseling often involves gaining new insights into one, but it may also involve learning new strategies and techniques for coping.

4. Counseling is offered in an unconditional, non-judgmental and confidential manner for those students seeking help with Academic and Personal difficulties.

5. Guidance should also be provided to improve academic performance by reviewing study techniques and time management practices. In short, the Centre serves as a channel for Students grievances.

6. Parents can also contact the counselors with regard to any grievances they may have about their wards.

7. Many students find it helpful to seek counseling regarding homesickness, adjustment to college, roommate conflicts, or other relationship difficulties.

8. The Centre should also take responsibility in conducting Personality Development Programmes on Stress Management, Time Management, Communication Skills, Leadership qualities, Yoga & Meditation, Tips may also be given for memory enhancement etc.

9. Reports on the activities of the Cell should be periodically sent to the Registrar.

Programmes

1. National Seminar on “What ails the youth – lack of self confidence or
external pressure?” organized by the Institute of Public Enterprise
and Public Administration
31.07.2010
2. Personality Development Programme by Ms. Sheela Emaculate of Pinnacle 23.08.2010
3. CME organized by Psychiatry Department on the topic “Suicide” 14.09.2010
4. “Coping with Change & Stress” 29.09.2010
5. Mentor Programme 03.02.2011
6. Manavalakalai Yoga and Meditation Training 31.10.11 to 23.11.11
7. “Coping with Stress on SAcademics” 05.10.2013
8. “How to overcome the examination fear?” 20.01.2014
9. Time Management Techniques 04.06.2014
10. Yoga classes 10. to 12.11.14
11. How to develop a positive attitude 05.03.2015
12. Workshop on Holistic Personality Development 23.10.2015
13. Prevention of Suicide (member from SNEHA centre for prevention of suicide) 05.11.2015
14. Examination Stress Management 28.03.2016
15. Depression Lets Talk (Along with CCN) 07.04.2017
16. Orientation Program for students of FAHS 12.07.2017
17. Personality Development Program – During the Orientation Program for First MBBS Students 14.09.2017
18. Mental Health in the Work Place – Dr.Keerthi Pai, Senior Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Apollo Hospitals, Chennai (Along with AHS) 12.10.2017
19. AHS Orientation Program – Gender Sensitization Program Anti ragging and stress among students – strategies to be adopted 13.07.2018
20. MBBS Orientation Program – Transition from School to College 21.08.2018
21. CCN Orientation Program – Transition from School to College 04.10.2018

Meetings so far held

AUG2015 – JULY2016 17/08/2015 09/10/2015 19/03/2016 28/06/2016
AUG2016-JULY2017 05/09/2016 12/12/2016 13/04/2017 07/07/2017
AUG2017-JULY2018 27/10/2017 15/12/2017 27/04/2018 19/07/2018
AUG2018-JULY2019 12/09/2018 27/12/2018 22/01/2019 29/04/2019
AUG2019-JULY2020 19/09/2019 23/12/2019 03/02/2020 27/04/2020
AUG2020-JULY2021 12/09/2020 12/12/2020 12/02/2021 16/04/2021 17/06/2021
AUG2021-JULY2022 09/09/2021 15/12/2021 10/02/2022 07/04/2022

Compliance Cell for preventing Sexual harassment of Women

For Complaints: Click Here

Members

Sl.No.
Name Post Contact No.
1
Dr.Vijayalakshmi.K
Professor, Dept. of OBG, CHRI
Convener 9941999977
2
Dr.Vijayashree.R
Professor & Head, Dept. of Pathology, CHRI
Member 9841455274
3
Prof. Dr.Hepsibah Sharmil S,
Principal, Chettinad College of Nursing
Member 044-47419020
4
Dr.Shoba Narayan
Associate Professor, Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, CHRI
Member 9840825263
5
Ar.Radhika.V
Assistant Professor, Chettinad School of Architecture
Member 9790835866
6
Dr.Lakshmi.K
Professor & Dean,
Chettinad School of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Member 7893334442
7
Ms.Manisha.S
Assistant Professor, Chettinad School of Law
Member  
8
Ms.Vasantha.R
Guide, NGO Organization
Member 9841208000

For any grievance, please contact Convenor-Dr.K.Vijayalakshmi (9941999977) or any of the above members.

Guidelines

The Definition of ‘Sexual Harassment’ Sexual harassment can involve physical, visual, verbal and non-verbal conduct of a sexual nature, which is uninvited and unwelcome.

1. It is the duty of the Cell to prominently display the name of the Convener and the other members of the Cell along with their phone Nos., whom to contact, how to contact, etc.

2. It is the prime duty of the committee to make aware of all students and employees about the “Vishaka Guidelines” issued by UGC, New Delhi.

3. All complaints of sexual harassment shall promptly and thoroughly be investigated.

4. Violations shall be deemed to be serious disciplinary infractions.

5. All complaints of sexual harassment shall be confidential. Only those individuals necessary for the investigation and disposition of the complaint are to be given information.

6. Consult a lawyer, Doctor/ and or Counselor, as the case may be.

7. A student who believes that he / she suffered sexual harassment may report the matter to the concerned constituent college head. However, any teacher who receives from a student a report of alleged sexual harassment shall report the same to constituent college head. Failure by the employee to do so shall subject the employee to disciplinary action.

8. It is the duty of the Committee to conduct workshops / seminars/ guest lectures on gender discrimination, Vishaka Guidelines, etc. 9. Reports on the activities of the Cell should ne periodically sent to the Registrar.

Compliance Cell for Sexual Harassment of Women GuidelinesClick here
Vishaka Guidelines Click here
Complaints – Click here
Gallery Click here

1. Workshop on “Awareness on Sexual Harassment” 19.08.2014
2. Programme on “Gender Sensitivity and Discrimination against women” 10.04.2015
3. Sensitization on Gender Discrimination 03.03.2016

Mechanism of Reporting Grievances

Chettinad Academy of Research and Education has well defined mechanism in place for reporting grievances to aid the victims to voice their grievances without any hesitation and to ensure proper tracking of the grievances is possible and timely remedy/justice is delivered.

The faculty are adequately trained and sensitized on proper handling of grievances. The committee has Standard Operating Procedures on their roles, responsibilities and operation. The committee meets periodically and if the members feel any preventive actions need to be done, they suggest it to the Vice Chancellor/ Registrar and if found appropriate, their suggestions are implemented to prevent the grievances.

The committee provides corrective and preventive actions in a timely manner and build confidence for safety for all women.

Complaints can be reported bothon off line and on-line mechanisms for grievances.

Online Method: The website www.care.edu.in has necessary facilities to file the grievances. Once the grievance is filed it automatically goes to the grievance Redressal cell and the members investigate the matter and wherever appropriate the grievance is referred to other committees as well for suitable remedies

Offline Method: The campus has displays in prominent places in visible manner that gives information to the students on whom to contact in case of their grievances. Any person can always inform the delegated members for their grievances and seek appropriate action/ remedy.

In addition, the students can also approach their class teachers or HODs or mentors whenever they face difficult times or any specific grievances.

If the person reporting the grievance is not happy with the way grievances are handled, they are encouraged to report further to the Dean or Registrar or even Vice Chancellor.

Flowchart of Reporting Grievances

Reports

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020

Programs

AUG2015 – JULY2016 11/08/2015 05/10/2015 19/10/2015 11/02/2016 07/04/2016 04/01/2016 05/04/2016 06/07/2016
AUG2016-JULY2017 04/10/2016 05/01/2017 07/04/2017 03/07/2017 07/07/2017
AUG2017-JULY2018 03/09/2017 04/01/2018 03/04/2018 03/07/2018 09/04/2018
AUG2018-JULY2019 03/10/2018 02/01/2019 14/02/2019 10/04/2019 02/04/2019 06/07/2019
AUG2019-JULY2020 03/10/2019 04/01/2020 07/02/2020 02/04/2020 06/07/2020
AUG2020-JULY2021 05/10/2020 08/01/2021 02/04/2021 05/07/2021
AUG2021-JULY2022 20/10/2021 05/01/2022 04/04/2022 18/05/2022

Career Counseling & Placement Cell

Members

Sl.No.
Name Post
1
Dr. Rajesh Kannan.S,
Associate Professor, Dept. of Community Medicine, CHRI
Convener
2
Dr. Surajit Pathak,
Professor, Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, CHRI
Member
3
Mr. Sathishkumar.M,
Head-IT, CARE
Member
4
Dr.Saravanan.R,
Associate Professor, Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, CHRI
Member
5
Prof. Dr.Hepsibah Sharmil.S,
Principal, Chettinad College of Nursing
Member
6
Ms.Manjula.T.R,
Assistant Professor, Chettinad College of Nursing
Member
7
Dr.Maignana Kumar.R,
Associate Professor, Dept. of Pharmacology, CHRI
Member
8
Ar.Vaidyanathan. K,
Professor, Chettinad School of Architecture
Member
9
Dr.Lakshmi.K,
Professor & Dean, Chettinad School of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Member
10
Ms.Rajeswari.B,
Professor, Chettinad School of Law
Member
11
Dr.Senthil.P,
Professor & Dean i/c, Chettinad School of Physiotherapy
Member

Guidelines

1. The Committee should guide students through an information-gathering process about self and the world of work to determine which academic programs or careers might be a good match for them. For example, counselors can assist students with clarifying values, examining interests, identifying skills, resolving chronic indecision, developing insight into personality type, and communicating with parents about career decisions.

2. The Career Center can assist the students with job and internship search strategies, developing a resume, building interview skills, and networking with professionals in the respective fields.

3. To make tie ups with the relevant Institutions/Companies for suitable placement for the students.

4. Placement Cell makes liaison with these Companies and arranges for career placement.

5. The Cell should take responsibility in conducting campus interviews and in house interviews in coordination with the HR Department and to submit the reports then and there to the Registrar.

6. The Cell may also organize workshops/seminars/guest lectures for the students to improve their self confidence, to build positive attitude, etc.

7. Reports on the activities of the Cell should be periodically sent to the Registrar.

Programs

1. How to developa resume, building interview skills, leadership
qualities,
etc. –Target audience- Final year students
05.06.2009
2. How to developa resume, building interview skills, leadership qualities,
etc. –Target audience- Final year students
26.11.2010
3. Interview Techniques 05.01.2012
4. Campus interview for final year B.Sc. Nursing and Post Basic B.Sc. Nursing by
IFANglobal Healthcare for placement at Medanta-The Medicity Multi Super Specialty Hospital,
Gurgaon
14.07.2012
5. “How to prepare for a job interview?” –“To fail to prepare….. is to
prepare to fail”
24.07.2013
6. Campus interview for final year B.Sc.( Nursing) , Post Basic
B.Sc. (Nursing) & M.Sc.( Nursing) by IFANglobal Healthcare for
placement at Medanta-The Medicity Multi Super Specialty Hospital,
Gurgaon
06.09.2013
7. Goal setting & Communication Skills 16.11.2013
8. Time Management 15.03.2014
9. Building Self-confidence 07.06.2014
10. Campus interview for final year B.Sc. (Nursing) , Post Basic
B.Sc. (Nursing) & M.Sc. (Nursing) by IFANglobal Healthcare for
placement at Medanta-The Medicity Multi Super Specialty Hospital,
Gurgaon
25.08.2014
11. Guest Lecture on “Charisma” 13.12.2014
12. Workshop on “Amazing Empowerment” – for Final year students
of Nursing & AHS
15.05.2015
13. In-house Placement Interview by HR Department for B.Sc.(Nursing),
Post Basic B.Sc.(Nursing)
01.07.2015
12. Campus interview, Synergy Biologix 05.12.2016
13. Campus interview, Qneuro India Private Limited 06.06.2016
14. Campus interview, Siemens Limited June 2016
15. Himedia Laboratories, Mumbai, Dr. Anjali Deshpande oration “Job opportunities for
Life Sciences students in Himedia Laboratories” at 10.30 – 11.30 AM (375 Mini Auditorium) followed
by Interaction with students
05.01.2017
16. Inhouse Placement Awareness programme, Interaction with students/ Email
communications and circulation of placement notification
March 15th to April 15th 2017
11. Campus Interview, Kaveri Hospital 17.08.2017

Meetings so far held

AUG2015 – JULY2016 04/08/2015 26/11/2015 06/06/2016 11/04/2016
AUG2016-JULY2017 03/08/2016 05/12/2016 07/02/2017 12/06/2017
AUG2017-JULY2018 17/08/2017 22/11/2017 02/04/2018 16/06/2018
AUG2018-JULY2019 02/09/2018 19/12/2018 04/02/2019 15/04/2019
AUG2019-JULY2020 09/09/2019 03/12/2019 09/03/2020 11/05/2020
AUG2020-JULY2021 12/08/2020 02/12/2020 08/02/2021 18/05/2021
AUG2021-JULY2022 02/08/2021 01/12/2021 08/03/2022 02/05/2022

Library Committee

Members

Sl.No.
Name Post
1
Dr.Meenakshi.N,
Professor & Head, Dept. of Respiratory Medicine, CHRI
Convener
2
Dr .Arumugam.R,
Librarian & Head, CARE
Member
3
Dr.Karpagavel.L
Professor, Dept. of Biochemistry, CHRI
Member
4
Dr.Saravanan.R,
Associate Professor, Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, CHRI
Member
5
Ar. Radhika.V,
Assistant Professor, Chettinad School of Architecture
Member
6
Dr.Senthil.P,
Professor & Dean i/c, Chettinad School of Physiotherapy
Member
7
Mr. Edwin Arun.A,
AGM, Purchase Dept. CARE
Member
8
Mr.Dhilipan.T.I,
MBBS student, CHRI
Member
9
Ms. Darshini,
B.Sc. Medical Genetics student, Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, CHRI
Member
10
Mr.Rohit.C.S,
B.Sc. Nursing student, Chettinad College of Nursing
Member

Guidelines

1. To advice on the policy guidelines of the Library.

2. The Committee will recommend for appropriate books, journals, etc. for the Library based on the Academic requirements and Research activities of various Departments.

3. To plan organization of Book Exhibition inside and outside the campus.

4. The Committee will co-ordinate with various HOD‘s and Purchase Department for the purchase of books and journals.

5. Reports on the activities of the Committee will be periodically sent to the Registrar.

Meetings so far held

2015 06/01/2015 07/07/2015 01/10/2015
2016 05/01/2016 24/03/2016 08/09/2016 27/09/2016
2017 27/03/2017 30/08/2017 29/11/2017
2018 30/07/2018 05/09/2018 21/12/2018
2019 08/01/2019 17/04/2019 02/07/2019
2020 12/03/2020 20/06/2020 08/12/2020
2021 04/01/2021 07/01/2021 06/04/2021 08/07/2021
2022 07/01/2022 30/03/2022    

Outreach Committee

Members

Sl.No.
Name Post
1
Dr.Swaminathan Veerasamy.R
Assistant Professor & DMS, Dept. of Anaesthesiology, CHRI
Convener
2
Dr. Durga Krishnan
Professor, Dept. of General Medicine, CHRI
Member
3
Dr.Raja.D
Professor, Department of Community Medicine, CHRI
Member
4
Dr.Prabakar.A
Professor, Dept. of General Surgery, CHRI
Member
5
Dr. R. Arun Kumar
Professor & Vice Principal, CHRI
Member
6
Dr.Raja.T.K.
Associate Professor, Dept. of Community Medicine, CHRI
Member
7
Dr.Suganthi.S
Associate Professor, Dept. of Community Medicine, CHRI
Member
8
Dr. Buvnesh Kumar. M
Associate Professor, Dept. of Community Medicine, CHRI
Member
9
Dr. Vinoth Gnana Chellaiyan.D
Associate Professor, Dept. of Community Medicine, CHRI
Member
10
Dr.Raja Kumar Shery Angel
Professor, Dept. of OBG,CHRI
Member

Guidelines

1. The committee’s ultimate aim is to encourage the sustainable use of the health services by the rural communities, and public and private industrial sector organizations including educational establishments, government agencies, and NGOs.

2. The Committee prepares and approves need-based outreach programs pertaining to health camp, awareness campaigns, and training programs both in and off-campus.

3. Will work with the principles of partnerships between and among communities or faith-based organizations in identifying special populations, an underserved remote area in health care with the aim to eliminate or reduce health disparities, particularly as outlined in mission of this institution Health for all in this region.

4. The Committee is responsible for evaluating interpretation and communicating impact and the feedbacks of the of outreach activities to the Registrar.

5. Conducting Quarterly meeting to finalise the schedule for the outreach programmes

6. Identifying the barriers, problems or issues in outreach programmes throughout region served as per the feedbacks received from the community leaders, NGO’s and government organization and industries.

7. Publicizing existing outreach activities and programs conducted by CHRI to the potential network of members like NGO’s, community leaders and industries under this outreach programmes.

8. The Convener of the Outreach Committee shall preside over meetings of the Committee.

9. The PRO shall keep a record of the Outreach Committee meetings, and record all actions and recommendations of the Outreach Committee.

10. The minutes and the reports of the Outreach Committee meetings shall be periodically sent to the Registrar.

11. Camps conducted, nature of camps, Team of the Camp, Date & venue of the camp, population covered, screened thereon, etc. with relevant photographs to be sent to the Registrar periodically.

 

Types of Camps
1. General Health Camps
2. School Health Camps
3. Industrial Health Camps
4. Specialty Camps
5. Women Health Camps
6. Awareness Camps

7. District Blindness Control Society (DBCS) Camps

Meetings so far held

AUG2015 – JULY2016 13/08/2015 12/11/2015 18/01/2016 16/07/2016
AUG2016-JULY2017 06/09/2016 22/12/2016 18/01/2017 16/06/2017
AUG2017-JULY2018 09/08/2017 21/11/2017 01/03/2018 24/07/2018
AUG2018-JULY2019 10/09/2018 13/11/2018 06/02/2019 13/06/2019
AUG2019-JULY2020 12/08/2019 14/12/2019 10/02/2020 08/06/2020
AUG2020-JULY2021 16/06/2020 09/09/2020 06/11/2020 10/03/2021
AUG2021-JULY2022 04/08/2021 08/11/2021 17/02/2022 06/05/2022

Disaster Management Committee

Members

Sl.No.
Name Post
1
Ms.Jeyendrasaraswathi.S
Registrar, CARE
Convener
2
Mr.Manickam.M
Head-Infrastructure, CARE
Coordinator
3
Mr.Sathishkumar.M
IT-Head, CARE
Member
4
Dr.Karpagavel.L
Professor, Dept. of Biochemistry, CHRI
Member
5
Dr.Raja.D
Professor, Department of Community Medicine, CHRI
Member
6
Dr.Shankar.C
Professor & HOD, Dept. of Ophthalmology, CHRI
Member
7
Dr.Kailash.S
Associate Professor, Dept. of Psychiatry, CHRI
Member
8
Dr.Sivabackiya.C
Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry, CHRI
Member
9
Dr.Namasivaya Navin.R.B
Assistant Professor, Department of ENT, CHRI
Member
10
Mr.Venkatesan.A
Assistant Professor, Chettinad College of Nursing
Member
11
Dr.Koyeli Girigoswami
Associate Professor, Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, CHRI
Member
12
Ar.Vaidyanathan.K
Professor, Chettinad School of Architecture
Member
13
Dr.Lakshmi.K
Professor & Dean, Chettinad School of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Member
14
Dr.Senthil.P
Professor & Dean, i/c, Chettinad School of Physiotherapy
Member
15
Ms.Vimala Maragatharaj.I
Nursing Superintendent, CHRI
Member
16
Ms.Vetri Selvi.J
Administrator, College Admin
Member
17
Mr.Alagappan.V,
AGM-Projects
Member

Guidelines

1. Overall planning and coordination and supervision of the Disaster Management initiatives including Disaster Management Programs like Bomb Threat, Natural Calamities like Fire, Flood, Thunder Storm/Torando, Tsunami, Earthquake, etc. i.e. to conduct mock exercises and evacuation to build up courage and confidence in our employees.

2. To review the threats of disaster

3. To take protective steps to minimize the impact of disasters.

4. Programmes on Personal Safety viz. Electrical Safety, Hazardous Materials Management, etc. to be organized.

5. To teach life saving and rescue techniques to all the employees of the institution.

6. To make aware of the UGC guidelines with regard to procurement, usage and disposal of radioactive materials in coordination with the Radiation Safety Officer.

Programs

1. Mock Drill by M/s. Usha Fire Safety Equipments Pvt. Ltd., Chennai 06.03.2010
2. Programme on ‘Bomb Threat’ 18.06.2010
3. Programme on ‘Hazardous Materials Management’ 07.12.2010
4. Apprised the guidelines of UGC with regard to procurement, usage and disposal of radioactive materials 04.03.2011
5. Programme on ‘Lab Safety Procedures’ 06.09.2011
6. Programme on ‘Electrical Safety Procedures’ 07.02.2012
7. Programme on ‘Ergonomic principles of computer work station’ 29.03.2013
8. Programme on ‘Disaster Management’ 19.07.2013
9. Evacuation Mock Drill by M/s. Spyder Fire Safety Equipments (P) Ltd.,
Padi, Chennai 50.
28.12.2013
10. Training to 15 employees on mock drill & emergency fire fighting by Fire & Rescue Services, Divisional Office, Kancheepuram. 10 to 12.02.14
11. Disaster Preparedness Programme by NDRF, Arakonam 15.12.2014
12. Awareness Programme on ‘UGC guidelines with regard to procurement, usage and disposal of radioactive materials and hazardous materials management’ 05.06.2015
13. Basic Fire Safety & Emergency Preparedness – Evacuation/Mock Drill on-site emeregency preparedness by M/s. ILP Safety & Security Services (P) Ltd.
14. CARE Reconstitution of disaster management committee. 29.06.2015
15. Disaster Management team from in house faculty and staff of CARE formed. 13.10.2015
16. Fire safety drills were conducted by fire safety services for 7 days. Medical officer, paramedical officer, Technician, faculty, staff members , administration staff of CARE were trained. 22.10.2015
17. Workshop on disaster management capacity building for students of CHRI , CNC, Allied health science and faculty of CHRI organized, about 400 people participated. This program was conducted by officers and team from National Disaster Management authority, Regional centre, Chennai. 12.04.2017
18. Disaster management committee reconstitution. 09.06.2017
19. Minutes of the meeting submitted to Dean 04.10.2017
20. Conducted Mock drill on disaster Management on fire safety training program for faculty, staff nurses, paramedical faculty. 40 members Participated, Also discussed on Update of UGC guidelines. 24.1

Meetings so far held

AUG2015 – JULY2016 03/09/2015 10/12/2015 16/03/2016 21/06/2016
AUG2016-JULY2017 14/10/2016 06/12/2016 10/04/2017 29/06/2017
AUG2017-JULY2018 28/09/2017 20/11/2017 10/04/2018 11/07/2018
AUG2018-JULY2019 16/08/2018 04/12/2018 05/02/2019 11/04/2019
AUG2019-JULY2020 17/09/2019 09/12/2019 21/03/2020 03/06/2020
AUG2020-JULY2021 12/09/2020 07/11/2020 24/03/2021 10/06/2021
AUG2021-JULY2022 08/07/2021 22/11/2021 17/03/2022 05/05/2022

Equal Opportunities Cell

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Members

Sl.No.
Name Post
1
Dr.Hannah Sugirthabai Rajila,
Professor & HOD, Dept of Anatomy, CHRI
Convener
2
Dr.Ambujavalli.T
Assistant Professor,Microbiology,CHRI
Member
3
Dr. Durga Krishnan
Professor, Dept of General Medicine, CHRI
Member
4
Dr.Ahamed Basha.A
Professor,Dept. of Physiology,CHRI
Member
5
Ms.Shenbaga Praba.N
Assistant Professor, Chettinad College of Nursing
Member
6
Dr.Meenakshi S.
Assistant Professor,Faculty of Allied Health sciences, CHRI
Member
7
Dr. Vinoth Gnana Chellaiyan.D
Associate Professor, Dept. of Community Medicine, CHRI
Member
8
Mr.Haribabu L.
Assistant Professor, Chettinad School of Physiotherapy
Member

The main function of the Equal Opportunities Cell is to give more emphasis to the deprived groups for learning and creating space for them to mainstream themselves. It is the duty of the Cell to oversee the effective implementation of policies and programmes for disadvantaged groups (SC/ST, OBC, Minorities, Jain, Physically challenged)to provide guidance and counseling with respect to academic, financial, social and other matters and to enhance the diversity within and outside the campus. The functions of the Equal Opportunity Cell are:

Guidelines

1. To ensure equity and equal opportunity to the community at large in the University and bring about social inclusion.

2. To enhance the diversity among the students, teaching and non-teaching staff and at the same time eliminate the perception of discrimination.

3. To help individuals or a group of students, belonging to the disadvantaged section of society to contain the problems related to discrimination.

4. To look into the grievances of the weaker section of society and suggest amicable solution to their problems.

5. To disseminate the information related to schemes and programmes for the welfare of the socially weaker section as well as notifications/memoranda, office orders of the Govt., or other related agencies/organizations issued from time to time.

6. To sensitize the University on the problems of SC/ST and other disadvantaged groups.

7. To organize workshops/seminars/guest lecturers for personality development programmes.

8. To refer the guidelines of UGC with regard to Equal Opportunities Cell.

Programs

1. Workshop on “How to face interview in today’s competitive world” 24.01.2012
2. Yoga classes held 21 to 24.01.13
3. Seminar on “Research Techniques” 29.07.2013
4. Guest Lecture on “Time Management Techniques” 10.01.2014
5. Guest lecture on “How to overcome exam fear” 05.05.2014
6. Workshop on “Discover yourself” 16.08.2014
7. Guest Lecture on “Public Speaking – How to get rid of nerves’? 06.12.2014
8. Guest Lecture on “Winners Edge – what separates winners from losers”? 04.04.2015
9. Discussion on appointing teaching post for the disabled person 18.06.2016
10. Committee discussion on setting up a resource centre to adress the need of person with disability 16.09.2017
11. Discussion on conducting personality development programme and short term courses 21.12.2017

Meetings so far held

AUG2015 – JULY2016 03/08/2015 10/12/2015 22/03/2016 18/06/2016
AUG2016-JULY2017 28/09/2016 24/11/2016 12/01/2017 07/06/2017
AUG2017-JULY2018 16/09/2017 21/12/2017 24/01/2018 25/04/2018
AUG2018-JULY2019 03/09/2018 24/10/2018 23/01/2019 24/04/2019
AUG2019-JULY2020 19/09/2019 23/10/2019 22/01/2020 22/04/2020 06/07/2020
AUG2020-JULY2021 08/09/2020 08/12/2020 10/03/2020 28/05/2020
AUG2021-JULY2022 24/08/2021 09/11/2021 09/02/2022 10/05/2022

Anti Ragging Committee

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What is Ragging?

  • Misconduct of any student either in spoken or written form or any action that has the effect of harming others
  • Indulging in undisciplined activities that cause physical or psychological harm or fear or apprehension
  • Asking others to do things that they normally will not do and causes a sense of shame or emotional embarrassment
  • Any act that disrupts others academic activity
  • Financial extortion or forceful monetary burden on a fresher or any other student
  • Any act of physical abuse including sexual, homosexual assaults stripping of clothes, forcing obscene lewd acts and gestures causing physical and mental torture
  • Any act of abuse by spoken words, emails, posts, public insults to derive sadistic pleasure
  • Any act that affects the mental health and self-confidence of any student with or without intent to derive sadistic pleasure or priority over others

Punishments for Ragging

Every single incident of ragging, a First Information Report (FIR) shall be lodged without exception by the institutional authorities with the local police. In addition, one or any combination of the following punishments may be awarded:

  • Cancellation of admission
  • Suspension from attending classes
  • Withholding / withdrawing scholarship / fellowship and other benefits
  • Debarring from appearing in any test / examination or other evaluation process
  • Withholding results
  • Debarring from representing the institution in any regional, national or international meet, tournament, youth festival, etc
  • Suspension / expulsion from the hostel
  • Rustication from the institution for period ranging from 1 to 4 semesters
  • Expulsion from the institution and consequent debarring from admission to any other institution
  • Collective punishment: When the persons committing or abetting the crime of ragging are not identified, the institution shall resort to collective punishment as a deterrent to ensure community pressure on the potential raggers

Anti-Ragging:

Ragging is totally prohibited in CARE, inside and / or outside the campus and anyone found guilty of ragging and / or abetting ragging whether actively or passively, or being a part of conspiracy to promote ragging, is liable to be punished in accordance with UGC Regulations as well as under the provisions of any penal law for the time being in force.

CARE ensures that the congenial and welcoming environment is given to the fresher. To achieve this objective Anti Ragging committee has been formed by the Institute as per UGC Regulation:

Anti-Ragging Committee

Roles and Responsibilities of Anti Ragging Committee

  • To ensure compliance with the provision of UGC regulation at the institute level.
  • To monitor and oversee the performance of anti-ragging squad in prevention of ragging in the institution.
  • To make surprise raids on hostels and other places vulnerable to incidents of and having the potential of ragging
  • To conduct on the spot enquiry in to any incident of ragging.

Anti Ragging Committee

Head of the Institution Prof. Dr. Shantha Ravisankar, Vice-Chancellor, CARE
Representative of Police and Civil Administration Mr. Jagadeshwaran K,
Assistant Commissioner of Police,
Mahabalipuram

Mr.G. Velu
Village Administrative Officer,
Kelambakkam – 603 103,
Chengalpattu District, Tamil Nadu.
Local Media Mr.Panneer Selvam, Reporter, Dinamalar
(Tamil Daily Newspaper)
NGO SGS Charitable Clinic
No. 1, Datta street,
Sri Ganapathy Sachidananda Ashram,
Sachidananda Nagar,
Velachery, Chennai – 600 042
Non-Teaching Staff Mr.M. Manickam,
Head-Infrastructure, CARE

Representative of Faculty

Chettinad Hospital & Research Institute
Dr.PitchaiBalashanmugam.K, Dean ,CHRI

Faculty of Allied Health Sciences
Dr.Kumar Ebenezar.K, Principal i/c

Chettinad College of Nursing
Prof. Dr. Hepsibah Sharmil.S, Principal

Chettinad School of Physiotherapy
Dr.Senthil.P, Dean i/c

Chettinad School of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Dr.Lakshmi.K, Professor & Dean

Chettinad School of Architecture
Ar.Vaidyanathan.K, Professor

Chettinad School of Law
Ms. Keerthi Solomon, Assistant Professor

Representative of Parents

Chettinad Hospital & Research Institute
Mr. Venkatachalam P, F/o. Prem Adithyan PV MBBS, 2021-22 batch
Mr. Balaji G, F/o. Vishnuvardhan, MBBS, 2021-22 batch

Faculty of Allied Health Sciences
Mr. M.Ayyadurai, F/o. Pavithra A, III year B.Sc. Medical Genetics, 2019-20 batch
Mrs. C.Uma, M/o. Prema C, II year M.Sc. Medical Biotechnology, 2020-21 batch

Chettinad College of Nursing
Mr. Mohamad Raffee, F/o. Mohamad Ishaan M, I year B.Sc. Nursing, 2021-22 batch
Mr. Robert .P, F/o. Rosina Mary R, I year B.Sc. Nursing, 2021-22 batch

Chettinad School of Physiotherapy
Mr. P. Murugesan, F/o. Mr. Mehanath. M, I year B.P.T., 2021-22 batch
Mr. S. Venkataraman, F/o. Ms. Meenakshi. V, I year B.P.T., 2021-22 batch

Chettinad School of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Mrs. Uma, M/o. Abishek V, III yearB.Pharm., 2019-20 batch
Mr. Jayaraman, F/o. Prarthana J, II yearB.Pharm., 2021-22 batch

Chettinad School of Architecture
Mr. Mani, F/o. Harini M- III year B.Arch., 2019-20 batch
Mrs. Jothipriya, M/o. Gokulesh P – II year B.Arch., 2020-21 batch

Chettinad School of Law
Mr. R. Ramesh, F/o. Shanmuga Sundaram R, III Year BA.LL.B. (Hons.), 2019-20 batch
Mr. T.N.Prabhakaran Nair, F/o. Akshaya P Nair, II Year B.Com. LL.B.(Hons), 2019-20 batch

Representative of Students (Seniors)

Chettinad Hospital & Research Institute
Ms. Mrinalini, MBBS, 2017-18 batch
Mr. Muthu Prabhakaran, MBBS, 2018-19 batch

Faculty of Allied Health Sciences
Mr. Adhi Shankar S- III year B.Sc. AHS, 2019-20 batch
Ms. Nagatheepika K S -II year B.Sc. Medical Biotechnology, 2020-21 batch

Chettinad College of Nursing
Mr. Nareandra Prasath S, IV year B.Sc. Nursing, 2018-19 batch
Ms. Jothika K, IV year B.Sc. Nursing, 2018-19 batch

Chettinad School of Physiotherapy
Mr. Saran K, III year B.P.T., 2019-20 batch
Ms. Haripriya D, III year B.P.T., 2019-20 batch

Chettinad School of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Mr. Mohana Kannan N – III year B.Pharm., 2019-20 batch
Ms. Neha S – II year B.Pharm., 2020-21 batch

Chettinad School of Architecture
Mr. Jashwanth Kumar NSK- III Year B.Arch., 2019-20 batch
Ms. MaddenaSamhitha – II Year B.Arch., 2020-21 batch

Chettinad School of Law
Mr. Shanmuga Sundaram R – III Year BA.LL.B. (Hons.), 2019-20 batch
Ms. Akshaya P Nair- II Year B.Com. LL.B.(Hons), 2019-20 batch

Representative of Students (Fresher’s)

Chettinad Hospital & Research Institute
Mr. Prem Adithyan PV, I Year MBBS, 2021-22 batch
Mr. Vishnuvardhan B, I Year MBBS, 2021-22 batch

Faculty of Allied Health Sciences
Mr. Manoj Kumar G B – I year M.Sc. Integrated, 2021-22 batch
Ms. Jency Roshni A, I year M.Sc. Medical Biotechnology, 2021-22 batch

Chettinad College of Nursing
Mr. AbdurRahaman. F, I year B.Sc. Nursing, 2021-22 batch
Ms. ArunyaAnto I, I year B.Sc. Nursing, 2021-22 batch

Chettinad School of Physiotherapy
Mr. Mehanath. M, I year B.P.T., 2021-22 batch
Ms. Meenakshi. V, I year B.P.T., 2021-22 batch

Chettinad School of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Mr. Gokulavasan G – B.Pharm.-I Year, 2021-22 batch
Ms. Somani A – B.Pharm.-I Year, 2021-22 batch

Chettinad School of Architecture
Mr. HariharaVisakan D – I year B.Arch., 2021-22 batch
Ms. Nanditha K – I year B.Arch., 2021-22 batch

Chettinad School of Law
Mr. Sudharsan G, I year LL.B. (Hons.), 2021-22 batch
Ms. Deepthi Raj S, I year B.A.(LL.B.) (Hons.), 2021-22 batch

Nodal Officer

Dr. R. Arun Kumar
Vice Principal, Chettinad Hospital and Research Institute

UNIVERSITY MONITORING CELL ON RAGGING:

  1. Prof. Dr. Shantha Ravisankar, Vice-Chancellor, CARE
  2. Mrs. S. Jeyendrasaraswathi, Registrar, CARE
  3. Dr. S. Nirupa, Controller of Examinations, CARE
  4. Mr. R. Mohan, Finance Officer, CARE

ANTI RAGGING SQUAD – FACULTY MEMBERS:

  1. Dr. Priyadarshini Shanmugam
  2. Dr. Sanjay Andrew Rajaratnam
  3. Dr. Hannah Sugirthabai Rajila
  4. Dr. R. Maignana Kumar
  5. Dr. S. Kailash
  6. Dr. L. Karpagavel
  7. Dr. T.K. Balaji
  8. Dr. S. Manickam
  9. Dr. R. Alice Peace Selvabai
  10. Dr. K. Kumar Ebenezar
  11. Dr. R. Saravanan
  12. Dr. Shoba Narayan
  13. Dr. Koyeli Girigoswami
  14. Prof. S. Subbulakshmi
  15. Ms. Ruksana Begum
  16. Ms. R. Kalaiselvi
  17. Dr. R. Karthikeyan
  18. Dr. Subramanian
  19. Ar. V. Radhika
  20. Ms. Manisha

The name, email address/ mobile number of the Nodal Officer to whom the complaints of ragging can be made as given below:

Name

Dr. R. Arun Kumar
Vice Principal, Chettinad Hospital and Research Institute

Designation

Vice Principal, Chettinad Hospital and Research Institute

Email ID

arunkumarr@care.edu.in

Mobile No.

+91 9094752000

If you are a victim of ragging, immediately approach:

Dr. K. PitchaiBalashanmugam, Dean, CHRI
Mobile No. +91 9841829000

Dr. R. Arun Kumar, Vice Principal, CHRI
Mobile No. +91 9094752000

Dr. K. Kumar Ebenezar, Principal(i/c)
Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, CHRI
`Mobile No. +91 9094732000

Dr. HepsibahSharmil S, Principal, CCN
Mobile No.+91 9941204000

Dr. P. Senthil, Dean i/c, CSP
Mobile No. +91 9841667912

Dr. K.Lakshmi, Dean i/c, CSPS
Mobile No. +91 7893334442

Ar. Vaidyanathan Kannan
Associate Professor, CSA
Mobile No. +91 8939000012

Ms. Ruchi Sinha, HOD (i/c), CSL
Mobile No. +91 9599856034

Mr. M. Manickam, Head-Infrastructure
Mobile No. +91 9841047000

Dr. G. Kirubalan
Deputy Director Physical Education
Mobile No. +91 9094714000

Dr. M. Duraivel, Boys Hostel-Chief Warden
Mobile No. +91 9840319516

Dr. S. Nirupa, Girls Hostel – Chief Warden
Mobile No. +91 9710989084

Mr. Chinnaiah, Boys Hostel – Warden
Mobile No. +91 9094737000

Ms. Lakshmi, Girls Hostel – Warden
Mobile No. +91 9994710150

Mechanism of Reporting Ragging

Chettinad Academy of Research and Education has well defined mechanism in place for reporting grievances to aid the students to voice their grievances without any hesitation and to ensure proper tracking of the grievances is possible and timely remedy/justice is delivered.

The faculty are adequately trained and sensitized on proper handling of student’s grievances related to ragging. The committee has Standard Operating Procedures on their roles, responsibilities and operation. The committee meets periodically and if the members feel any preventive actions need to be done, they suggest it to the Vice Chancellor/ Registrar and if found appropriate, their suggestions are implemented to prevent the grievances.

The committee provides corrective and preventive actions in a timely manner and build confidence in the minds of the students.

The students have both off line and on-line mechanisms for reporting their ragging related complaints.

Online Method: The website www.care.edu.in has necessary facilities to file the complaints. Once the grievance is filed it automatically goes to the respective committee and the members investigate the matter and wherever appropriate the grievance is referred to other committees as well for suitable remedies

Offline Method: The campus has displays in prominent places in visible manner that gives information to the students on whom to contact in case of any ragging. The students can always inform the delegated persons their grievances and seek appropriate action/ remedy.

In addition, the students can also approach their class teachers or HODs or mentors whenever they face difficult times or any specific grievances.

If the students are not happy with the way grievances are handled, they are encouraged to report further to the Dean or Registrar or even Vice Chancellor.

Flowchart of Reporting Ragging

Reports

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
2020 2021      

Meetings so far held

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
2020 2021      

Videos

Videos

Anti Ragging Website

www.antiragging.in

International Students Cell

International Students Cell

Members

Sl.No. Name Post
1 Dr. K. Pitchai Balashanmugam
Dean, CHRI
Convener
2 Dr. Surajit Pathak
Professor, FAHS
Member
3 Prof. Dr.Hepsibah Sharmil S
Principal, Chettinad College of Nursing
Member
4 Ar.Loganthan
Professor & Dean, Chettinad School of Architecture
Member
5 Dr.Lakshmi.K
Professor & Dean, Chettinad School of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Member
6 Adv. D.Dhinakaran
Legal Officer, CARE
Member
7 Mr. R. Mohan
Finance officer, CARE
Member

Guidelines

1. It is the duty of the Cell to refer the UGC guidelines for International Students – Generic guidelines of admission of international students and to follow it up in coordination with the Registrar’s office.

2. The Cell shall get the details from the Registrar’s office for every academic year viz. No. of International students enrolled for each course, Name of the student, Name of the country to which he/she belongs, etc.

3. It is the duty of the Cell to organize familiarization sessions for freshly enrolled students prior to the commencement of the academic session.

4. This Cell shall serve as an Intermediary between foreign students and other stake holders such as FRRO/FRO, banks, landlords of private housing accommodation, etc. In other words, the Cell have to resolve the difficulties faced by international students and to provide necessary assistance in areas such as completion of admission formalities, to help them in finding accommodation, opening of Bank accounts, counseling/orientation etc.

5. It is the duty of the Cell to inform the international students about the dress code, hostel rules, rules on anti-ragging, etc. 6. It is the duty of the Cell to provide inputs on specific and relevant information about the region, city and suburbs, local customs, culture, language, civil facilities, etc.

Meetings so far held

AUG2015 – JULY2016 30/09/2015 6/10/2015 05/01/2016 04/04/2016 07/07/2016
AUG2016-JULY2017 04/10/2016 03/01/2017 05/04/2017 03/07/2017
AUG2017-JULY2018 03/09/2017 04/01/2018 05/04/2018 05/07/2018
AUG2018-JULY2019 04/10/2018 03/01/2019 04/04/2019 04/07/2019
AUG2019-JULY2020 04/10/2019 08/01/2020 03/04/2020 07/07/2020
AUG2020-JULY2021 04/10/2020 03/01/2021 02/04/2021 03/07/2021
AUG2021-JULY2022 01/10/2021 04/01/2022 01/04/2022

Grievance Redressal Cell for Teaching Staff

Grievance Redressal for Teaching Staff

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Members

Sl.No. Name Post
1 Dr. Meenakshi. N,
Professor & HOD, Department of Respiratory Medicine, CHRI
Convener
2 Dr.Balaji T.K,
Professor, Dept of Anatomy,CHRI
Member
3 Dr.Lakshmi.K,
Professor & Dean, Chettinad School of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Member
4 Dr. Shoba Narayan,
Associate Professor, Faculty of Allied Health Science, CHRI
Member
5 Ms. S. Subbulakshmi,Professor & Vice Principal,
Chettinad College of Nursing
Member
6 Ar.Loganthan
Professor & Dean, Chettinad School of Architecture
Member

Guidelines

1. It is the duty of the Cell to prominently display the name of the Convener and the other members of the Cell along with their Phone Nos., whom to contact, how to contact, etc

2. The Grievance Redressal Cell should hear the grievances of the teaching staff with patience and redress the grievances with law and justice.

3. The Complaint should be in writing with complete signature of the individual with full address.

4. In case of emergency, the Grievance should be settled within 48 hours and in normal practice within maximum of 14 days.

5. If an individual submit a Grievance to a member, the same can be solved by the member across the table if possible. If not the same should be communicated to the Committee.

6. If the Committee is unable to solve the Grievance, it may forward the same to the Vice Chancellor and the Registrar and his/her decision will be the final.

7. If no grievances are received, the convener of the Committee shall submit a “NIL” report for every quarter to the Registrar. 8. Reports on the activities of the Cell should be periodically sent to the Registrar.

Meetings so far held

AUG2015 – JULY2016 14/08/2015 05/10/2015 04/01/2016 05/04/2016 04/07/2016
AUG2016-JULY2017 03/10/2016 04/01/2017 07/04/2017 03/07/2017
AUG2017-JULY2018 11/09/2017 15/12/2017 20/03/2018 26/06/2018
AUG2018-JULY2019 28/08/2018 01/10/2018 08/01/2019 09/04/2019
AUG2019-JULY2020 01/07/2019 16/10/2019 02/01/2020 15/04/2020
AUG2020-JULY2021 05/10/2020 15/12/2020 12/02/2021 05/07/2021
AUG2021-JULY2022 10/08/2021 29/11/2021 22/02/2022 03/05/2022

Grievance Redressal Cell for Students

Students Grievance Redressal Cell

For Complaints: Click Here

The institution provides mechanism to the students for redressal of their grievances with regard to their complaints on academic and non-academic matters.

i. An aggrieved student who has any grievances at the Programme level shall make an application first to the Programme Coordinator/Class Coordinator/ Mentor as the case may be. They, after verifying the facts shall try to redress the grievance within a reasonable time, preferably within a week of the receipt of the complaint.If the student is not satisfied with the verdict or solution of the Programme Coordinator/Class Coordinator/Mentor, as the case may be then the same should be placed before the Head of the Institution that is Dean/Principal and the Dean/Principal shall, if necessary refer the same to the respective (Constituent) College level committee (Students Grievance Redressal Cell) for rederessal.

ii. The Constituent college level Committee, in turn, shall verify the facts and try to redress the grievance within a reasonable time, preferably within a week. If the student is not satisfied with the verdict or solution of the constituent college level Committee then the same shall be placed before the University level Committee.

iii. The University level Committee would consider the appeal of the student and make appropriate recommendations to the Registrar/Vice Chancellor as the case may be within a reasonable time. On approval, the final decision would be communicated to the student through the concerned Head of the Institute.

iv. The University level Committee, if needed, may recommend to the Registrar/Vice Chancellor necessary corrective action as it may deem fit, to ensure avoidance of recurrence of similar grievance at any of the constituent colleges of the University. While dealing with the complaint, the persons at all levels shall observe principles of natural justice.

Members

Sl.No.
Name Post Contact No.
1
Dr. R. Arun Kumar
Professor & Vice Principal, CHRI
Convener 9094752000
2
Dr.Hannah Sugirthabai Rajila
Professor & HOD, Dept of Anatomy, CHRI
Member 044-47429101
3
Dr.C.N.Ram Gopal
Professor, Faculty of Allied Health Science, CHRI
Member 9940050429
4
Prof. Dr.Hepsibah Sharmil S
Principal, Chettinad College of Nursing
Member 044-47419020
5
Ar. Radhika
Assistant Professor, Chettinad School of Architecture
Member 9790835866
6
Dr.Lakshmi.K
Professor & Dean, Chettinad School of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Member 7893334442
7
Dr.P.Senthil
Professor & Dean i/c, Chettinad School of Physiotherapy
Member 9841667912
8
Dr.Rajesh Kannan. S
Associate Professor, Department of Community Medicine, CHRI
Member 9003067846
9
Dr. S. Nirupa,
COE, CARE
Member 044-47429011
10
Mr.Chinnaiah.S
Warden – Boys Hostel, CARE
Member 9841013001
11
Dr.G.Bhuvana Padma,
Post Graduate, Dept. of General Surgery, CHRI
Member  
12
Mr.Praveen Kumar,
MBBS Student, CHRI
Member  
13
Mr.Karthikeyan,
B.Sc Genetics student, Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, CHRI
Member  
14
Mr.Adhavan.P
B. Sc. Nursing student, Chettinad College of Nursing
Member  

For any grievance, please contact Convenor- Dr. R. Arun Kumar (9094752000) or any of the above members.

Mechanism of Reporting Student Grievances

Chettinad Academy of Research and Education has well definedmechanism in place for reporting grievances to aid the students to voice their grievances without any hesitation and to ensure proper tracking of the grievances is possible and timely remedy/justice is delivered.

The faculty are adequately trained and sensitized on proper handling of student’s grievance. The committee has Standard Operating Procedures on their roles, responsibilities and operation. The committee meets periodically and if the members feel any preventive actions need to be done, they suggest it to the Vice Chancellor/ Registrar and if found appropriate, their suggestions are implemented to prevent the grievances.

The committee provides corrective and preventive actions in a timely manner and build confidence in the minds of the students.

The students have both off line and on-line mechanisms for reporting their grievances.

Online Method: The website www.care.edu.in has necessary facilities to file the grievances. Once the grievance is filed it automatically goes to the grievance Redressal cell and the members investigate the matter and wherever appropriate the grievance is referred to other committees as well for suitable remedies

Offline Method: The campus has displays in prominent places in visible manner that gives information to the students on whom to contact in case of their grievances. The students can always inform the delegated persons their grievances and seek appropriate action/ remedy.

In addition, the students can also approach their class teachers or HODs or mentors whenever they face difficult times or any specific grievances.

If the students are not happy with the way grievances are handled they are encouraged to report further to the Dean or Registrar or even Vice Chancellor.

Flowchart of Reporting Students Grievances

Reports

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020

Meetings so far held

AUG2015 – JULY2016 05/10/2015 04/01/2016 19/03/2016 01/07/2016
AUG2016-JULY2017 04/11/2016 24/04/2017 07/07/2017
AUG2017-JULY2018 01/11/2017 07/03/2018 04/07/2018
AUG2018-JULY2019 14/11/2018 06/03/2019 16/07/2019
AUG2019-JULY2020 28/11/2019 06/02/2020 30/04/2020
AUG2020-JULY2021 01/10/2020 04/12/2020 03/02/2021 04/07/2021
AUG2021-JULY2022 12/08/2021 02/11/2021 11/02/2022 05/05/2022

Grievance Redressal Cell for Non-teaching Staff

Grievance Redressal for Non-teaching Staff

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Members

Sl.No. Name Post
1 Mr.Manickam.M,
Head-Infrastructure, CARE
Convener
2 Ar.Loganathan.T
Professor & Dean, Chettinad School of Architecture
Member
3 Ms. Vishalatchi.VR.S,
Manager, Finance & Accounts, CARE
Member
4 Dr.Senthil.P,
Professor & Dean i/c,
Chettinad School of Physiotherapy
Member
5 Mr.Manikandan.N,
Supervisor-Lab Services, Dept. of Biochemistry, CHRI
Member
6 Ms. Vimala Maragatharaj.I,
Nursing Superintendent, CHRI
Member
7 Mrs. Sournavalli,
Executive Secretary, Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, CHRI
Member
8 Mr.Palaniraja.E,
Secretary, Chettinad College of Nursing
Member

Guidelines

1. It is the duty of the Cell to prominently display the name of the Convener and the other members of the Cell along with their Phone Nos., whom to contact, how to contact, etc.

2. The Grievance Redressal Cell should hear the grievances of the Non-teaching staff with patience and redress the grievances with law and justice.

3. The Complaint should be in writing with complete signature of the individual with full address.

4. In case of emergency, the Grievance should be settled within 48 hours and in normal practice within maximum of 14 days.

5. If an individual submit a Grievance to a member, the same can be solved by the member across the table if possible. If not the same should be communicated to the Committee.

6. If the Committee is unable to solve the Grievance, it may forward the same to the Vice Chancellor and the Registrar and his/her decision will be the final.

7. If no grievances are received, the convener of the Committee shall submit a “NIL” report for every quarter to the Registrar. 8. Reports on the activities of the Cell should be periodically sent to the Registrar.

Meetings so far held

AUG2015 – JULY2016 05/10/2015 20/11/2015 05/04/2016 06/07/2016
AUG2016-JULY2017 08/08/2016 03/01/2017 05/04/2017 10/06/2017 11/07/2017
AUG2017-JULY2018 05/10/2017 19/12/2017 06/04/2018 06/07/2018
AUG2018-JULY2019 17/09/2018 31/12/2018 11/02/2019 14/05/2019
AUG2019-JULY2020 09/10/2019 25/10/2019 08/04/2020 20/04/2020 05/07/2020
AUG2020-JULY2021 20/09/2020 08/01/2021 08/02/2021 03/05/2021
AUG2021-JULY2022 09/08/2021 08/11/2021 07/02/2022 02/05/2022

Students Counseling Centre

Students Counseling Centre

Members

Sl.No. Name Post
1 Dr.Kailash.S,
Associate Professor, Dept. of Psychiatry, CHRI
Convener
2 Dr.Senthil Kumar.K,
Professor, Dept of General Surgery, CHRI
Member
3 Dr.Ram Gopal.C.N,
Professor, Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, CHRI
Member
4 Ms.Kalaiselvi.R,
Associate Professor, Chettinad College of Nursing
Member
5 Ms.Manisha.S
Assistant Professor, Chettinad School of Law
Member
6 Ar.Vaidyanathan.K
Professor, Chettinad School of Architecture
Member
7 Dr.Lakshmi.K,
Professor & Dean,
Chettinad School of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Member
8 Dr.Senthil.P,
Professor & Dean i/c, Chettinad School of Physiotherapy
Member
9 Dr.Sivabackiya.C
Assistant Professor, Dept of Psychiatry, CHRI
Member
10 Ms. Savitha Kamakshi.P
Clinical Psychologist, Dept of Psychiatry, CHRI
Member

Guidelines

1. Counseling involves identifying and building upon an individual’s strengths in order to work through a challenge or difficulty.

2. Anti ragging awareness to be created among the fresh students and the measures to prevent will be taught to them.

3. Counseling often involves gaining new insights into one, but it may also involve learning new strategies and techniques for coping.

4. Counseling is offered in an unconditional, non-judgmental and confidential manner for those students seeking help with Academic and Personal difficulties.

5. Guidance should also be provided to improve academic performance by reviewing study techniques and time management practices. In short, the Centre serves as a channel for Students grievances.

6. Parents can also contact the counselors with regard to any grievances they may have about their wards.

7. Many students find it helpful to seek counseling regarding homesickness, adjustment to college, roommate conflicts, or other relationship difficulties.

8. The Centre should also take responsibility in conducting Personality Development Programmes on Stress Management, Time Management, Communication Skills, Leadership qualities, Yoga & Meditation, Tips may also be given for memory enhancement etc.

9. Reports on the activities of the Cell should be periodically sent to the Registrar.

Programmes

1. National Seminar on “What ails the youth – lack of self confidence or
external pressure?” organized by the Institute of Public Enterprise
and Public Administration
31.07.2010
2. Personality Development Programme by Ms. Sheela Emaculate of Pinnacle 23.08.2010
3. CME organized by Psychiatry Department on the topic “Suicide” 14.09.2010
4. “Coping with Change & Stress” 29.09.2010
5. Mentor Programme 03.02.2011
6. Manavalakalai Yoga and Meditation Training 31.10.11 to 23.11.11
7. “Coping with Stress on SAcademics” 05.10.2013
8. “How to overcome the examination fear?” 20.01.2014
9. Time Management Techniques 04.06.2014
10. Yoga classes 10. to 12.11.14
11. How to develop a positive attitude 05.03.2015
12. Workshop on Holistic Personality Development 23.10.2015
13. Prevention of Suicide (member from SNEHA centre for prevention of suicide) 05.11.2015
14. Examination Stress Management 28.03.2016
15. Depression Lets Talk (Along with CCN) 07.04.2017
16. Orientation Program for students of FAHS 12.07.2017
17. Personality Development Program – During the Orientation Program for First MBBS Students 14.09.2017
18. Mental Health in the Work Place – Dr.Keerthi Pai, Senior Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Apollo Hospitals, Chennai (Along with AHS) 12.10.2017
19. AHS Orientation Program – Gender Sensitization Program Anti ragging and stress among students – strategies to be adopted 13.07.2018
20. MBBS Orientation Program – Transition from School to College 21.08.2018
21. CCN Orientation Program – Transition from School to College 04.10.2018

Meetings so far held

AUG2015 – JULY2016 17/08/2015 09/10/2015 19/03/2016 28/06/2016
AUG2016-JULY2017 05/09/2016 12/12/2016 13/04/2017 07/07/2017
AUG2017-JULY2018 27/10/2017 15/12/2017 27/04/2018 19/07/2018
AUG2018-JULY2019 12/09/2018 27/12/2018 22/01/2019 29/04/2019
AUG2019-JULY2020 19/09/2019 23/12/2019 03/02/2020 27/04/2020
AUG2020-JULY2021 12/09/2020 12/12/2020 12/02/2021 16/04/2021 17/06/2021
AUG2021-JULY2022 09/09/2021 15/12/2021 10/02/2022 07/04/2022

Compliance Cell for preventing Sexual harassment of Women

Compliance Cell for preventing Sexual harassment of Women

For Complaints: Click Here

Members

Sl.No.
Name Post Contact No.
1
Dr.Vijayalakshmi.K
Professor, Dept. of OBG, CHRI
Convener 9941999977
2
Dr.Vijayashree.R
Professor & Head, Dept. of Pathology, CHRI
Member 9841455274
3
Prof. Dr.Hepsibah Sharmil S,
Principal, Chettinad College of Nursing
Member 044-47419020
4
Dr.Shoba Narayan
Associate Professor, Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, CHRI
Member 9840825263
5
Ar.Radhika.V
Assistant Professor, Chettinad School of Architecture
Member 9790835866
6
Dr.Lakshmi.K
Professor & Dean,
Chettinad School of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Member 7893334442
7
Ms.Manisha.S
Assistant Professor, Chettinad School of Law
Member  
8
Ms.Vasantha.R
Guide, NGO Organization
Member 9841208000

For any grievance, please contact Convenor-Dr.K.Vijayalakshmi (9941999977) or any of the above members.

Guidelines

The Definition of ‘Sexual Harassment’ Sexual harassment can involve physical, visual, verbal and non-verbal conduct of a sexual nature, which is uninvited and unwelcome.

1. It is the duty of the Cell to prominently display the name of the Convener and the other members of the Cell along with their phone Nos., whom to contact, how to contact, etc.

2. It is the prime duty of the committee to make aware of all students and employees about the “Vishaka Guidelines” issued by UGC, New Delhi.

3. All complaints of sexual harassment shall promptly and thoroughly be investigated.

4. Violations shall be deemed to be serious disciplinary infractions.

5. All complaints of sexual harassment shall be confidential. Only those individuals necessary for the investigation and disposition of the complaint are to be given information.

6. Consult a lawyer, Doctor/ and or Counselor, as the case may be.

7. A student who believes that he / she suffered sexual harassment may report the matter to the concerned constituent college head. However, any teacher who receives from a student a report of alleged sexual harassment shall report the same to constituent college head. Failure by the employee to do so shall subject the employee to disciplinary action.

8. It is the duty of the Committee to conduct workshops / seminars/ guest lectures on gender discrimination, Vishaka Guidelines, etc. 9. Reports on the activities of the Cell should ne periodically sent to the Registrar.

Compliance Cell for Sexual Harassment of Women GuidelinesClick here
Vishaka Guidelines Click here
Complaints – Click here
Gallery Click here

1. Workshop on “Awareness on Sexual Harassment” 19.08.2014
2. Programme on “Gender Sensitivity and Discrimination against women” 10.04.2015
3. Sensitization on Gender Discrimination 03.03.2016

Mechanism of Reporting Grievances

Chettinad Academy of Research and Education has well defined mechanism in place for reporting grievances to aid the victims to voice their grievances without any hesitation and to ensure proper tracking of the grievances is possible and timely remedy/justice is delivered.

The faculty are adequately trained and sensitized on proper handling of grievances. The committee has Standard Operating Procedures on their roles, responsibilities and operation. The committee meets periodically and if the members feel any preventive actions need to be done, they suggest it to the Vice Chancellor/ Registrar and if found appropriate, their suggestions are implemented to prevent the grievances.

The committee provides corrective and preventive actions in a timely manner and build confidence for safety for all women.

Complaints can be reported bothon off line and on-line mechanisms for grievances.

Online Method: The website www.care.edu.in has necessary facilities to file the grievances. Once the grievance is filed it automatically goes to the grievance Redressal cell and the members investigate the matter and wherever appropriate the grievance is referred to other committees as well for suitable remedies

Offline Method: The campus has displays in prominent places in visible manner that gives information to the students on whom to contact in case of their grievances. Any person can always inform the delegated members for their grievances and seek appropriate action/ remedy.

In addition, the students can also approach their class teachers or HODs or mentors whenever they face difficult times or any specific grievances.

If the person reporting the grievance is not happy with the way grievances are handled, they are encouraged to report further to the Dean or Registrar or even Vice Chancellor.

Flowchart of Reporting Grievances

Reports

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020

Programs

AUG2015 – JULY2016 11/08/2015 05/10/2015 19/10/2015 11/02/2016 07/04/2016 04/01/2016 05/04/2016 06/07/2016
AUG2016-JULY2017 04/10/2016 05/01/2017 07/04/2017 03/07/2017 07/07/2017
AUG2017-JULY2018 03/09/2017 04/01/2018 03/04/2018 03/07/2018 09/04/2018
AUG2018-JULY2019 03/10/2018 02/01/2019 14/02/2019 10/04/2019 02/04/2019 06/07/2019
AUG2019-JULY2020 03/10/2019 04/01/2020 07/02/2020 02/04/2020 06/07/2020
AUG2020-JULY2021 05/10/2020 08/01/2021 02/04/2021 05/07/2021
AUG2021-JULY2022 20/10/2021 05/01/2022 04/04/2022 18/05/2022

Career Counseling & Placement Cell

Career Counseling & Placement Cell

Members

Sl.No.
Name Post
1
Dr. Rajesh Kannan.S,
Associate Professor, Dept. of Community Medicine, CHRI
Convener
2
Dr. Surajit Pathak,
Professor, Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, CHRI
Member
3
Mr. Sathishkumar.M,
Head-IT, CARE
Member
4
Dr.Saravanan.R,
Associate Professor, Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, CHRI
Member
5
Prof. Dr.Hepsibah Sharmil.S,
Principal, Chettinad College of Nursing
Member
6
Ms.Manjula.T.R,
Assistant Professor, Chettinad College of Nursing
Member
7
Dr.Maignana Kumar.R,
Associate Professor, Dept. of Pharmacology, CHRI
Member
8
Ar.Vaidyanathan. K,
Professor, Chettinad School of Architecture
Member
9
Dr.Lakshmi.K,
Professor & Dean, Chettinad School of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Member
10
Ms.Rajeswari.B,
Professor, Chettinad School of Law
Member
11
Dr.Senthil.P,
Professor & Dean i/c, Chettinad School of Physiotherapy
Member

Guidelines

1. The Committee should guide students through an information-gathering process about self and the world of work to determine which academic programs or careers might be a good match for them. For example, counselors can assist students with clarifying values, examining interests, identifying skills, resolving chronic indecision, developing insight into personality type, and communicating with parents about career decisions.

2. The Career Center can assist the students with job and internship search strategies, developing a resume, building interview skills, and networking with professionals in the respective fields.

3. To make tie ups with the relevant Institutions/Companies for suitable placement for the students.

4. Placement Cell makes liaison with these Companies and arranges for career placement.

5. The Cell should take responsibility in conducting campus interviews and in house interviews in coordination with the HR Department and to submit the reports then and there to the Registrar.

6. The Cell may also organize workshops/seminars/guest lectures for the students to improve their self confidence, to build positive attitude, etc.

7. Reports on the activities of the Cell should be periodically sent to the Registrar.

Programs

1. How to developa resume, building interview skills, leadership
qualities,
etc. –Target audience- Final year students
05.06.2009
2. How to developa resume, building interview skills, leadership qualities,
etc. –Target audience- Final year students
26.11.2010
3. Interview Techniques 05.01.2012
4. Campus interview for final year B.Sc. Nursing and Post Basic B.Sc. Nursing by
IFANglobal Healthcare for placement at Medanta-The Medicity Multi Super Specialty Hospital,
Gurgaon
14.07.2012
5. “How to prepare for a job interview?” –“To fail to prepare….. is to
prepare to fail”
24.07.2013
6. Campus interview for final year B.Sc.( Nursing) , Post Basic
B.Sc. (Nursing) & M.Sc.( Nursing) by IFANglobal Healthcare for
placement at Medanta-The Medicity Multi Super Specialty Hospital,
Gurgaon
06.09.2013
7. Goal setting & Communication Skills 16.11.2013
8. Time Management 15.03.2014
9. Building Self-confidence 07.06.2014
10. Campus interview for final year B.Sc. (Nursing) , Post Basic
B.Sc. (Nursing) & M.Sc. (Nursing) by IFANglobal Healthcare for
placement at Medanta-The Medicity Multi Super Specialty Hospital,
Gurgaon
25.08.2014
11. Guest Lecture on “Charisma” 13.12.2014
12. Workshop on “Amazing Empowerment” – for Final year students
of Nursing & AHS
15.05.2015
13. In-house Placement Interview by HR Department for B.Sc.(Nursing),
Post Basic B.Sc.(Nursing)
01.07.2015
12. Campus interview, Synergy Biologix 05.12.2016
13. Campus interview, Qneuro India Private Limited 06.06.2016
14. Campus interview, Siemens Limited June 2016
15. Himedia Laboratories, Mumbai, Dr. Anjali Deshpande oration “Job opportunities for
Life Sciences students in Himedia Laboratories” at 10.30 – 11.30 AM (375 Mini Auditorium) followed
by Interaction with students
05.01.2017
16. Inhouse Placement Awareness programme, Interaction with students/ Email
communications and circulation of placement notification
March 15th to April 15th 2017
11. Campus Interview, Kaveri Hospital 17.08.2017

Meetings so far held

AUG2015 – JULY2016 04/08/2015 26/11/2015 06/06/2016 11/04/2016
AUG2016-JULY2017 03/08/2016 05/12/2016 07/02/2017 12/06/2017
AUG2017-JULY2018 17/08/2017 22/11/2017 02/04/2018 16/06/2018
AUG2018-JULY2019 02/09/2018 19/12/2018 04/02/2019 15/04/2019
AUG2019-JULY2020 09/09/2019 03/12/2019 09/03/2020 11/05/2020
AUG2020-JULY2021 12/08/2020 02/12/2020 08/02/2021 18/05/2021
AUG2021-JULY2022 02/08/2021 01/12/2021 08/03/2022 02/05/2022

Library Committee

Library Committee

Members

Sl.No.
Name Post
1
Dr.Meenakshi.N,
Professor & Head, Dept. of Respiratory Medicine, CHRI
Convener
2
Dr .Arumugam.R,
Librarian & Head, CARE
Member
3
Dr.Karpagavel.L
Professor, Dept. of Biochemistry, CHRI
Member
4
Dr.Saravanan.R,
Associate Professor, Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, CHRI
Member
5
Ar. Radhika.V,
Assistant Professor, Chettinad School of Architecture
Member
6
Dr.Senthil.P,
Professor & Dean i/c, Chettinad School of Physiotherapy
Member
7
Mr. Edwin Arun.A,
AGM, Purchase Dept. CARE
Member
8
Mr.Dhilipan.T.I,
MBBS student, CHRI
Member
9
Ms. Darshini,
B.Sc. Medical Genetics student, Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, CHRI
Member
10
Mr.Rohit.C.S,
B.Sc. Nursing student, Chettinad College of Nursing
Member

Guidelines

1. To advice on the policy guidelines of the Library.

2. The Committee will recommend for appropriate books, journals, etc. for the Library based on the Academic requirements and Research activities of various Departments.

3. To plan organization of Book Exhibition inside and outside the campus.

4. The Committee will co-ordinate with various HOD‘s and Purchase Department for the purchase of books and journals.

5. Reports on the activities of the Committee will be periodically sent to the Registrar.

Meetings so far held

2015 06/01/2015 07/07/2015 01/10/2015
2016 05/01/2016 24/03/2016 08/09/2016 27/09/2016
2017 27/03/2017 30/08/2017 29/11/2017
2018 30/07/2018 05/09/2018 21/12/2018
2019 08/01/2019 17/04/2019 02/07/2019
2020 12/03/2020 20/06/2020 08/12/2020
2021 04/01/2021 07/01/2021 06/04/2021 08/07/2021
2022 07/01/2022 30/03/2022    

Outreach Committee

Outreach Committee

Members

Sl.No.
Name Post
1
Dr.Swaminathan Veerasamy.R
Assistant Professor & DMS, Dept. of Anaesthesiology, CHRI
Convener
2
Dr. Durga Krishnan
Professor, Dept. of General Medicine, CHRI
Member
3
Dr.Raja.D
Professor, Department of Community Medicine, CHRI
Member
4
Dr.Prabakar.A
Professor, Dept. of General Surgery, CHRI
Member
5
Dr. R. Arun Kumar
Professor & Vice Principal, CHRI
Member
6
Dr.Raja.T.K.
Associate Professor, Dept. of Community Medicine, CHRI
Member
7
Dr.Suganthi.S
Associate Professor, Dept. of Community Medicine, CHRI
Member
8
Dr. Buvnesh Kumar. M
Associate Professor, Dept. of Community Medicine, CHRI
Member
9
Dr. Vinoth Gnana Chellaiyan.D
Associate Professor, Dept. of Community Medicine, CHRI
Member
10
Dr.Raja Kumar Shery Angel
Professor, Dept. of OBG,CHRI
Member

Guidelines

1. The committee’s ultimate aim is to encourage the sustainable use of the health services by the rural communities, and public and private industrial sector organizations including educational establishments, government agencies, and NGOs.

2. The Committee prepares and approves need-based outreach programs pertaining to health camp, awareness campaigns, and training programs both in and off-campus.

3. Will work with the principles of partnerships between and among communities or faith-based organizations in identifying special populations, an underserved remote area in health care with the aim to eliminate or reduce health disparities, particularly as outlined in mission of this institution Health for all in this region.

4. The Committee is responsible for evaluating interpretation and communicating impact and the feedbacks of the of outreach activities to the Registrar.

5. Conducting Quarterly meeting to finalise the schedule for the outreach programmes

6. Identifying the barriers, problems or issues in outreach programmes throughout region served as per the feedbacks received from the community leaders, NGO’s and government organization and industries.

7. Publicizing existing outreach activities and programs conducted by CHRI to the potential network of members like NGO’s, community leaders and industries under this outreach programmes.

8. The Convener of the Outreach Committee shall preside over meetings of the Committee.

9. The PRO shall keep a record of the Outreach Committee meetings, and record all actions and recommendations of the Outreach Committee.

10. The minutes and the reports of the Outreach Committee meetings shall be periodically sent to the Registrar.

11. Camps conducted, nature of camps, Team of the Camp, Date & venue of the camp, population covered, screened thereon, etc. with relevant photographs to be sent to the Registrar periodically.

 

Types of Camps
1. General Health Camps
2. School Health Camps
3. Industrial Health Camps
4. Specialty Camps
5. Women Health Camps
6. Awareness Camps

7. District Blindness Control Society (DBCS) Camps

Meetings so far held

AUG2015 – JULY2016 13/08/2015 12/11/2015 18/01/2016 16/07/2016
AUG2016-JULY2017 06/09/2016 22/12/2016 18/01/2017 16/06/2017
AUG2017-JULY2018 09/08/2017 21/11/2017 01/03/2018 24/07/2018
AUG2018-JULY2019 10/09/2018 13/11/2018 06/02/2019 13/06/2019
AUG2019-JULY2020 12/08/2019 14/12/2019 10/02/2020 08/06/2020
AUG2020-JULY2021 16/06/2020 09/09/2020 06/11/2020 10/03/2021
AUG2021-JULY2022 04/08/2021 08/11/2021 17/02/2022 06/05/2022

Disaster Management Committee

Disaster Management Committee

Members

Sl.No.
Name Post
1
Ms.Jeyendrasaraswathi.S
Registrar, CARE
Convener
2
Mr.Manickam.M
Head-Infrastructure, CARE
Coordinator
3
Mr.Sathishkumar.M
IT-Head, CARE
Member
4
Dr.Karpagavel.L
Professor, Dept. of Biochemistry, CHRI
Member
5
Dr.Raja.D
Professor, Department of Community Medicine, CHRI
Member
6
Dr.Shankar.C
Professor & HOD, Dept. of Ophthalmology, CHRI
Member
7
Dr.Kailash.S
Associate Professor, Dept. of Psychiatry, CHRI
Member
8
Dr.Sivabackiya.C
Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry, CHRI
Member
9
Dr.Namasivaya Navin.R.B
Assistant Professor, Department of ENT, CHRI
Member
10
Mr.Venkatesan.A
Assistant Professor, Chettinad College of Nursing
Member
11
Dr.Koyeli Girigoswami
Associate Professor, Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, CHRI
Member
12
Ar.Vaidyanathan.K
Professor, Chettinad School of Architecture
Member
13
Dr.Lakshmi.K
Professor & Dean, Chettinad School of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Member
14
Dr.Senthil.P
Professor & Dean, i/c, Chettinad School of Physiotherapy
Member
15
Ms.Vimala Maragatharaj.I
Nursing Superintendent, CHRI
Member
16
Ms.Vetri Selvi.J
Administrator, College Admin
Member
17
Mr.Alagappan.V,
AGM-Projects
Member

Guidelines

1. Overall planning and coordination and supervision of the Disaster Management initiatives including Disaster Management Programs like Bomb Threat, Natural Calamities like Fire, Flood, Thunder Storm/Torando, Tsunami, Earthquake, etc. i.e. to conduct mock exercises and evacuation to build up courage and confidence in our employees.

2. To review the threats of disaster

3. To take protective steps to minimize the impact of disasters.

4. Programmes on Personal Safety viz. Electrical Safety, Hazardous Materials Management, etc. to be organized.

5. To teach life saving and rescue techniques to all the employees of the institution.

6. To make aware of the UGC guidelines with regard to procurement, usage and disposal of radioactive materials in coordination with the Radiation Safety Officer.

Programs

1. Mock Drill by M/s. Usha Fire Safety Equipments Pvt. Ltd., Chennai 06.03.2010
2. Programme on ‘Bomb Threat’ 18.06.2010
3. Programme on ‘Hazardous Materials Management’ 07.12.2010
4. Apprised the guidelines of UGC with regard to procurement, usage and disposal of radioactive materials 04.03.2011
5. Programme on ‘Lab Safety Procedures’ 06.09.2011
6. Programme on ‘Electrical Safety Procedures’ 07.02.2012
7. Programme on ‘Ergonomic principles of computer work station’ 29.03.2013
8. Programme on ‘Disaster Management’ 19.07.2013
9. Evacuation Mock Drill by M/s. Spyder Fire Safety Equipments (P) Ltd.,
Padi, Chennai 50.
28.12.2013
10. Training to 15 employees on mock drill & emergency fire fighting by Fire & Rescue Services, Divisional Office, Kancheepuram. 10 to 12.02.14
11. Disaster Preparedness Programme by NDRF, Arakonam 15.12.2014
12. Awareness Programme on ‘UGC guidelines with regard to procurement, usage and disposal of radioactive materials and hazardous materials management’ 05.06.2015
13. Basic Fire Safety & Emergency Preparedness – Evacuation/Mock Drill on-site emeregency preparedness by M/s. ILP Safety & Security Services (P) Ltd.
14. CARE Reconstitution of disaster management committee. 29.06.2015
15. Disaster Management team from in house faculty and staff of CARE formed. 13.10.2015
16. Fire safety drills were conducted by fire safety services for 7 days. Medical officer, paramedical officer, Technician, faculty, staff members , administration staff of CARE were trained. 22.10.2015
17. Workshop on disaster management capacity building for students of CHRI , CNC, Allied health science and faculty of CHRI organized, about 400 people participated. This program was conducted by officers and team from National Disaster Management authority, Regional centre, Chennai. 12.04.2017
18. Disaster management committee reconstitution. 09.06.2017
19. Minutes of the meeting submitted to Dean 04.10.2017
20. Conducted Mock drill on disaster Management on fire safety training program for faculty, staff nurses, paramedical faculty. 40 members Participated, Also discussed on Update of UGC guidelines. 24.1

Meetings so far held

AUG2015 – JULY2016 03/09/2015 10/12/2015 16/03/2016 21/06/2016
AUG2016-JULY2017 14/10/2016 06/12/2016 10/04/2017 29/06/2017
AUG2017-JULY2018 28/09/2017 20/11/2017 10/04/2018 11/07/2018
AUG2018-JULY2019 16/08/2018 04/12/2018 05/02/2019 11/04/2019
AUG2019-JULY2020 17/09/2019 09/12/2019 21/03/2020 03/06/2020
AUG2020-JULY2021 12/09/2020 07/11/2020 24/03/2021 10/06/2021
AUG2021-JULY2022 08/07/2021 22/11/2021 17/03/2022 05/05/2022

Equal Opportunities Cell
Anti Ragging Committee

Anti Ragging Committee

For Complaints: Click Here

What is Ragging?

  • Misconduct of any student either in spoken or written form or any action that has the effect of harming others
  • Indulging in undisciplined activities that cause physical or psychological harm or fear or apprehension
  • Asking others to do things that they normally will not do and causes a sense of shame or emotional embarrassment
  • Any act that disrupts others academic activity
  • Financial extortion or forceful monetary burden on a fresher or any other student
  • Any act of physical abuse including sexual, homosexual assaults stripping of clothes, forcing obscene lewd acts and gestures causing physical and mental torture
  • Any act of abuse by spoken words, emails, posts, public insults to derive sadistic pleasure
  • Any act that affects the mental health and self-confidence of any student with or without intent to derive sadistic pleasure or priority over others

Punishments for Ragging

Every single incident of ragging, a First Information Report (FIR) shall be lodged without exception by the institutional authorities with the local police. In addition, one or any combination of the following punishments may be awarded:

  • Cancellation of admission
  • Suspension from attending classes
  • Withholding / withdrawing scholarship / fellowship and other benefits
  • Debarring from appearing in any test / examination or other evaluation process
  • Withholding results
  • Debarring from representing the institution in any regional, national or international meet, tournament, youth festival, etc
  • Suspension / expulsion from the hostel
  • Rustication from the institution for period ranging from 1 to 4 semesters
  • Expulsion from the institution and consequent debarring from admission to any other institution
  • Collective punishment: When the persons committing or abetting the crime of ragging are not identified, the institution shall resort to collective punishment as a deterrent to ensure community pressure on the potential raggers

Anti-Ragging:

Ragging is totally prohibited in CARE, inside and / or outside the campus and anyone found guilty of ragging and / or abetting ragging whether actively or passively, or being a part of conspiracy to promote ragging, is liable to be punished in accordance with UGC Regulations as well as under the provisions of any penal law for the time being in force.

CARE ensures that the congenial and welcoming environment is given to the fresher. To achieve this objective Anti Ragging committee has been formed by the Institute as per UGC Regulation:

Anti-Ragging Committee

Roles and Responsibilities of Anti Ragging Committee

  • To ensure compliance with the provision of UGC regulation at the institute level.
  • To monitor and oversee the performance of anti-ragging squad in prevention of ragging in the institution.
  • To make surprise raids on hostels and other places vulnerable to incidents of and having the potential of ragging
  • To conduct on the spot enquiry in to any incident of ragging.

Anti Ragging Committee

Head of the Institution Prof. Dr. Shantha Ravisankar, Vice-Chancellor, CARE
Representative of Police and Civil Administration Mr. Jagadeshwaran K,
Assistant Commissioner of Police,
Mahabalipuram

Mr.G. Velu
Village Administrative Officer,
Kelambakkam – 603 103,
Chengalpattu District, Tamil Nadu.
Local Media Mr.Panneer Selvam, Reporter, Dinamalar
(Tamil Daily Newspaper)
NGO SGS Charitable Clinic
No. 1, Datta street,
Sri Ganapathy Sachidananda Ashram,
Sachidananda Nagar,
Velachery, Chennai – 600 042
Non-Teaching Staff Mr.M. Manickam,
Head-Infrastructure, CARE

Representative of Faculty

Chettinad Hospital & Research Institute
Dr.PitchaiBalashanmugam.K, Dean ,CHRI

Faculty of Allied Health Sciences
Dr.Kumar Ebenezar.K, Principal i/c

Chettinad College of Nursing
Prof. Dr. Hepsibah Sharmil.S, Principal

Chettinad School of Physiotherapy
Dr.Senthil.P, Dean i/c

Chettinad School of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Dr.Lakshmi.K, Professor & Dean

Chettinad School of Architecture
Ar.Vaidyanathan.K, Professor

Chettinad School of Law
Ms. Keerthi Solomon, Assistant Professor

Representative of Parents

Chettinad Hospital & Research Institute
Mr. Venkatachalam P, F/o. Prem Adithyan PV MBBS, 2021-22 batch
Mr. Balaji G, F/o. Vishnuvardhan, MBBS, 2021-22 batch

Faculty of Allied Health Sciences
Mr. M.Ayyadurai, F/o. Pavithra A, III year B.Sc. Medical Genetics, 2019-20 batch
Mrs. C.Uma, M/o. Prema C, II year M.Sc. Medical Biotechnology, 2020-21 batch

Chettinad College of Nursing
Mr. Mohamad Raffee, F/o. Mohamad Ishaan M, I year B.Sc. Nursing, 2021-22 batch
Mr. Robert .P, F/o. Rosina Mary R, I year B.Sc. Nursing, 2021-22 batch

Chettinad School of Physiotherapy
Mr. P. Murugesan, F/o. Mr. Mehanath. M, I year B.P.T., 2021-22 batch
Mr. S. Venkataraman, F/o. Ms. Meenakshi. V, I year B.P.T., 2021-22 batch

Chettinad School of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Mrs. Uma, M/o. Abishek V, III yearB.Pharm., 2019-20 batch
Mr. Jayaraman, F/o. Prarthana J, II yearB.Pharm., 2021-22 batch

Chettinad School of Architecture
Mr. Mani, F/o. Harini M- III year B.Arch., 2019-20 batch
Mrs. Jothipriya, M/o. Gokulesh P – II year B.Arch., 2020-21 batch

Chettinad School of Law
Mr. R. Ramesh, F/o. Shanmuga Sundaram R, III Year BA.LL.B. (Hons.), 2019-20 batch
Mr. T.N.Prabhakaran Nair, F/o. Akshaya P Nair, II Year B.Com. LL.B.(Hons), 2019-20 batch

Representative of Students (Seniors)

Chettinad Hospital & Research Institute
Ms. Mrinalini, MBBS, 2017-18 batch
Mr. Muthu Prabhakaran, MBBS, 2018-19 batch

Faculty of Allied Health Sciences
Mr. Adhi Shankar S- III year B.Sc. AHS, 2019-20 batch
Ms. Nagatheepika K S -II year B.Sc. Medical Biotechnology, 2020-21 batch

Chettinad College of Nursing
Mr. Nareandra Prasath S, IV year B.Sc. Nursing, 2018-19 batch
Ms. Jothika K, IV year B.Sc. Nursing, 2018-19 batch

Chettinad School of Physiotherapy
Mr. Saran K, III year B.P.T., 2019-20 batch
Ms. Haripriya D, III year B.P.T., 2019-20 batch

Chettinad School of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Mr. Mohana Kannan N – III year B.Pharm., 2019-20 batch
Ms. Neha S – II year B.Pharm., 2020-21 batch

Chettinad School of Architecture
Mr. Jashwanth Kumar NSK- III Year B.Arch., 2019-20 batch
Ms. MaddenaSamhitha – II Year B.Arch., 2020-21 batch

Chettinad School of Law
Mr. Shanmuga Sundaram R – III Year BA.LL.B. (Hons.), 2019-20 batch
Ms. Akshaya P Nair- II Year B.Com. LL.B.(Hons), 2019-20 batch

Representative of Students (Fresher’s)

Chettinad Hospital & Research Institute
Mr. Prem Adithyan PV, I Year MBBS, 2021-22 batch
Mr. Vishnuvardhan B, I Year MBBS, 2021-22 batch

Faculty of Allied Health Sciences
Mr. Manoj Kumar G B – I year M.Sc. Integrated, 2021-22 batch
Ms. Jency Roshni A, I year M.Sc. Medical Biotechnology, 2021-22 batch

Chettinad College of Nursing
Mr. AbdurRahaman. F, I year B.Sc. Nursing, 2021-22 batch
Ms. ArunyaAnto I, I year B.Sc. Nursing, 2021-22 batch

Chettinad School of Physiotherapy
Mr. Mehanath. M, I year B.P.T., 2021-22 batch
Ms. Meenakshi. V, I year B.P.T., 2021-22 batch

Chettinad School of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Mr. Gokulavasan G – B.Pharm.-I Year, 2021-22 batch
Ms. Somani A – B.Pharm.-I Year, 2021-22 batch

Chettinad School of Architecture
Mr. HariharaVisakan D – I year B.Arch., 2021-22 batch
Ms. Nanditha K – I year B.Arch., 2021-22 batch

Chettinad School of Law
Mr. Sudharsan G, I year LL.B. (Hons.), 2021-22 batch
Ms. Deepthi Raj S, I year B.A.(LL.B.) (Hons.), 2021-22 batch

Nodal Officer

Dr. R. Arun Kumar
Vice Principal, Chettinad Hospital and Research Institute

UNIVERSITY MONITORING CELL ON RAGGING:

  1. Prof. Dr. Shantha Ravisankar, Vice-Chancellor, CARE
  2. Mrs. S. Jeyendrasaraswathi, Registrar, CARE
  3. Dr. S. Nirupa, Controller of Examinations, CARE
  4. Mr. R. Mohan, Finance Officer, CARE

ANTI RAGGING SQUAD – FACULTY MEMBERS:

  1. Dr. Priyadarshini Shanmugam
  2. Dr. Sanjay Andrew Rajaratnam
  3. Dr. Hannah Sugirthabai Rajila
  4. Dr. R. Maignana Kumar
  5. Dr. S. Kailash
  6. Dr. L. Karpagavel
  7. Dr. T.K. Balaji
  8. Dr. S. Manickam
  9. Dr. R. Alice Peace Selvabai
  10. Dr. K. Kumar Ebenezar
  11. Dr. R. Saravanan
  12. Dr. Shoba Narayan
  13. Dr. Koyeli Girigoswami
  14. Prof. S. Subbulakshmi
  15. Ms. Ruksana Begum
  16. Ms. R. Kalaiselvi
  17. Dr. R. Karthikeyan
  18. Dr. Subramanian
  19. Ar. V. Radhika
  20. Ms. Manisha

The name, email address/ mobile number of the Nodal Officer to whom the complaints of ragging can be made as given below:

Name

Dr. R. Arun Kumar
Vice Principal, Chettinad Hospital and Research Institute

Designation

Vice Principal, Chettinad Hospital and Research Institute

Email ID

arunkumarr@care.edu.in

Mobile No.

+91 9094752000

If you are a victim of ragging, immediately approach:

Dr. K. PitchaiBalashanmugam, Dean, CHRI
Mobile No. +91 9841829000

Dr. R. Arun Kumar, Vice Principal, CHRI
Mobile No. +91 9094752000

Dr. K. Kumar Ebenezar, Principal(i/c)
Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, CHRI
`Mobile No. +91 9094732000

Dr. HepsibahSharmil S, Principal, CCN
Mobile No.+91 9941204000

Dr. P. Senthil, Dean i/c, CSP
Mobile No. +91 9841667912

Dr. K.Lakshmi, Dean i/c, CSPS
Mobile No. +91 7893334442

Ar. Vaidyanathan Kannan
Associate Professor, CSA
Mobile No. +91 8939000012

Ms. Ruchi Sinha, HOD (i/c), CSL
Mobile No. +91 9599856034

Mr. M. Manickam, Head-Infrastructure
Mobile No. +91 9841047000

Dr. G. Kirubalan
Deputy Director Physical Education
Mobile No. +91 9094714000

Dr. M. Duraivel, Boys Hostel-Chief Warden
Mobile No. +91 9840319516

Dr. S. Nirupa, Girls Hostel – Chief Warden
Mobile No. +91 9710989084

Mr. Chinnaiah, Boys Hostel – Warden
Mobile No. +91 9094737000

Ms. Lakshmi, Girls Hostel – Warden
Mobile No. +91 9994710150

Mechanism of Reporting Ragging

Chettinad Academy of Research and Education has well defined mechanism in place for reporting grievances to aid the students to voice their grievances without any hesitation and to ensure proper tracking of the grievances is possible and timely remedy/justice is delivered.

The faculty are adequately trained and sensitized on proper handling of student’s grievances related to ragging. The committee has Standard Operating Procedures on their roles, responsibilities and operation. The committee meets periodically and if the members feel any preventive actions need to be done, they suggest it to the Vice Chancellor/ Registrar and if found appropriate, their suggestions are implemented to prevent the grievances.

The committee provides corrective and preventive actions in a timely manner and build confidence in the minds of the students.

The students have both off line and on-line mechanisms for reporting their ragging related complaints.

Online Method: The website www.care.edu.in has necessary facilities to file the complaints. Once the grievance is filed it automatically goes to the respective committee and the members investigate the matter and wherever appropriate the grievance is referred to other committees as well for suitable remedies

Offline Method: The campus has displays in prominent places in visible manner that gives information to the students on whom to contact in case of any ragging. The students can always inform the delegated persons their grievances and seek appropriate action/ remedy.

In addition, the students can also approach their class teachers or HODs or mentors whenever they face difficult times or any specific grievances.

If the students are not happy with the way grievances are handled, they are encouraged to report further to the Dean or Registrar or even Vice Chancellor.

Flowchart of Reporting Ragging

Reports

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
2020 2021      

Meetings so far held

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
2020 2021      

Videos

Videos

Anti Ragging Website

www.antiragging.in

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