Scheduled Castes (SC) and Scheduled Tribes (ST) have been identified as the two most backward groups of Indian Society. They include all the castes, races or tribes, which have been socially, economically and educationally backward. The cell has been established to support and to bring students from such communities in the main stream. The SC/ST cell of the University was established with the purpose to empower the SC/ST students in the University. The University takes special interest in facilitating support to students from these communities. The Scheduled Caste (SC) and Scheduled Tribes (ST) Cell in the University promotes the special interests of students in the reserved category. It is expected to provide special inputs in areas where the students experience difficulties.
To counsel and guide SC/ ST students and help them to manage academic and personal issues of University life effectively.
To ensure provisions of an environment where all such students feel safe and secure.To provide prompt counseling for any emotional emergencies arising on account of any event at the campus.To provide the mechanism to redress the grievance of SC/ST students, if anyTo ensure protection and reservation as provided in the constitution of India.To arrange for special opportunities to enhance the carrier growthTo aware the SC/ST students regarding various scholarships program of State Govt. and UGC.To take such follow up measures to achieve the objectives and targets laid down by the Govt. of India and the UGC.Activities
To collect reports and information of State Govt. and UGC’s orders on various aspects of education, employment of SC/ST & OBC Students.
To circulate State Govt. and UGC’s decisions about different scholarship programs.To communicate with the students and motivate them for better future planning.
SC/ST Cell Nodal Officer:
Dr. Meenakshi Katyal
Deptt. of Management Studies
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