Ragging Committee

Anti Ragging Committee

Ragging in any form is strictly prohibited in the College. All-possible actions are taken to curb the menace of ragging with its zero-tolerance approach towards the same. An Anti-Ragging Committee has been constituted with an aim to prevent ragging, to seize culprits and punish them, and to provide relief and help [if needed] to the freshers. The HODs and Staff members are asked to go on rounds throughout the campus. The break time is scheduled separately for the first year students as a precautionary measure. Ragging Complaint Box has also been kept and constant checks are made at the hostels by the members of the committee as well.


1Dr. B. SubramaniPrincipal
2Dr. P. Manjula SureshDean /Associate professor
4Mr. M. ChandrakumarHOD
5Ms. Y. PrasannaHOD
6Dr. G. Abel ThangarajaAsst Professor
7Mr. P KumaranayagamAdministrative officer
8Mr. V. Chellam Estate Manager

Anti Sexual Harassment Committee

As per the instructions of Bharathiar University, AICTE and UGC, an Internal Compliant Committee to address the issues pertaining to Sexual Harassment, has been constituted at the college under the headship of the Principal with a prime objective to provide protection against sexual harassment of women at workplace.

Besides, the committee regularly organizes guest lectures and awareness programs on stress related issues pertaining to women and the legislative measures framed for the protection of women and their welfare.

Regulatory Compliance

The Right to Information (RTI) Act was passed by the Parliament of India on June 15, 2005. It was brought completely into force on October 12, 2005. This act enables the citizens to seek information from a public authority, a Body of Government or Instrumentality of State. The information request should be worked upon quickly, the request may be rejected or the necessary information should be provided, within thirty days. The main aim of the Right to Information Act is to give more power to the citizens, promoting transparency, and accountability in the working of the Government. This act enables our system of Government, Democracy, to work for the people in real. All constitutional authorities come under the Right to Information Act, making it one of the most powerful laws of the country.

Any citizen can request for information by making an application in writing or through electronic means in English / Hindi / official language of the area in which the application is being made, with the prescribed fees.

Every authority shall have a Central Public Information Officer (CPIO) for providing necessary information to the public.

Central Public Information Officer

Dr. R. Bhagyaraj.
Hod microbiology Department

SNMV Institute of Management
Mobile No. : 97914 96327