Statutory Cell

Electoral Literacy Cell (ELC)

The TEI has established the Electoral Literacy Cell (ELC) to engage students through activities and to sensitize them on their electoral rights and familiarize them with the electoral process of registration and voting. It aims at strengthening the culture of electoral participation among young and future voters.

Objectives:

  1. To educate the voters to build a truly participative democracy.
  2. To spread voter awareness with basic knowledge related to the electoral process.
  3. To promote voter literacy among all eligible citizens to vote and make an informed decision during the elections.

Methodologies:

  • To organize awareness programs for general or targeted beneficiaries about electoral literacy.
  • To organize voter registration camps on regular basis in association with local EC authorities.
  • To celebrate Constitutions Day, Voters Day, Democracy fortnight, etc. programmes to inculcate human and constitutional values.

To conduct the activities and games to stimulate and motivate the students provoking them to think and ask questions about the electoral process.

Electoral Literacy Cell (ELC) Committee:
S.N Member Status
1 Dr. M.S. Pondhe Chairman
2 Dr. B.A. Shinde Faculty Coordinator
3 Dr. A.S. Gagare Faculty Member
4 Prof. C.M. Bhoye Faculty Member
5 Pilgar Darshan Student Coordinator

For Any Assistance and More Information Please Contact:

  • Dr. B.A. Shinde,  Coordinator, Electoral Literacy Cell,
  • Swami Sahajanand Bharati College of Education, Shrirampur, Dist. Ahmednagar, Mobile.
  • 9765196557
  • Email: elcssbce@gmail.com

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Electoral Literacy Club (ELC) :  Activities (2017-18 to 2021-22)

Anti-ragging Committee


A disciplinary committee and anti-ragging committee is constituted to improve discipline in the classrooms and the campus by conducting enquiries on cases of misbehaviour and recommending suitable punishment. Ragging in any form is strictly prohibited in and outside the institution. Any complaint about ragging (if any) is brought to the notice of the Anti-ragging committee which takes cognizance of the matter and takes immediate action Students becoming a victim of ragging should inform to the Progamme Officer of Student Development Board and hostel warden.

Objectives

  1. To aware the students of dehumanizing effect of ragging inherent in its perversity.
  2. To keep a continuous watch and vigil over ragging so as to prevent its occurrence and recurrence.
  3. To promptly and stringently deal with the incidents of ragging brought to our notice.

Functions of Committee

  1. To consider the complaints received from the students and conduct enquiry and submit report to the Anti- Ragging Committee along with punishment recommended for the offenders;
  2. Oversee the procedure of obtaining undertaking from the students in accordance with the provisions;
  3. Conduct workshops against ragging menace and orient the students;
  4. To provide students the information pertaining to contact address and telephone numbers of the person(s) identified to receive complaints/distress calls;
  5. To create awareness among the students about Anti ragging.
  6. To take all necessary measures for prevention of Ragging inside the Campus/ Hostels.

 Anti Ragging Committee 

Sr. No. Name of the Person Designation Phone No.
1 Dr. Pondhe Mukund Sahebrao  Principal Chairman 9850526235
2 Dr. Nannar Ramdas Kisan Professor Coordinator 9822965895
3 PI, Shrirampur PS City Police Station Member 02422-222666
4 Shri. Kishor Salunke Press Media Member 9970075642
5 Adv. Chudiwal B.F. Advocate Member 8007785901
6 Ms. Jagannath Mahadu Rahinj Parent Representative Member 9822036410
7 Ms. Sonali Machhindra Misal Student Representative Member 9049035316
8 Ms. Mane Devidas Non-teaching Representative Member 8308898375
9 Dr. Karwar A.K. Student Welfare Officer Member 9975295989
10 Shri. Mengal Narayan Hemaji Rector Ladies Hostel Member 9881424361

Grievance Redressal cell

The institution has established a Grievance Redressal Cell, which is responsible for addressing both general and academic complaints from staff and students. The cell ensures prompt resolution of these issues through regular committee meetings, where potential solutions are discussed and implemented. Staff and students are notified to submit their complaints regarding administration, accounts, finance, library, academics, and hostels, among other concerns, through suggestion/complaint boxes conveniently located in the main building, library, gents, and ladies hostels. If a grievance falls outside the jurisdiction of the committee, it is promptly escalated to the appropriate authorities for further attention and resolution.

Objectives:

  1. To establish a platform that facilitates staff and students in addressing their concerns and issues, both related to academics and non-academic matters.
  2. To encourage and gather suggestions from the staff and students, with the intention of identifying areas for improvement within the institution.
  3. To ensure efficient and effective solutions are provided to staff and students, enabling them to effectively address and resolve their problems or grievances.

Functions:

  1. Upon receiving grievances from staff and students, the institution’s Grievance Redressal Cell promptly addresses and attends to each case with due diligence.
  2. The cell diligently reviews all the cases, taking into account the established policies and guidelines, and takes appropriate actions accordingly to address the concerns raised.
  3. After resolving the cases, the Grievance Redressal Cell prepares and submits a detailed report to the relevant authorities, providing an account of the cases attended to and the actions taken to redress the grievances.
Committee for Student Grievance Redressal Cell:
S.N. Member Status
1 Dr. V.S. Patole Chairman
2 Dr. B.A. Shinde Member
3 Mr. C. M. Bhoye Member
4 Mr. N.H. Mengal Member
Committee for Staff Grievance Redressal Cell:
S.N. Member Status
1 Dr. R.K. Nannar Chairman
2 Dr. A.K. Karwar Member
3 Dr. A.S. Gagare Member
4 Mr. D.K. Mane Member

Internal Complaints Committee (ICC)

In compliance with the Supreme Court Judgment and guidelines issued in 1997 to provide for the effective enforcement of the basic human right of gender equality and guarantee against sexual harassment and abuse, more particularly against sexual harassment at work places the University Grants Commission (UGC) has issued circulars and insisting the enactment of the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal Act Sexual Harassment Act in April 2013) to all the universities and colleges affiliated to it advising them to establish a permanent cell /committee and to frame guidelines to combat sexual harassment, violence against women and ragging at the universities and colleges.

It has further advised them to be proactive by developing a conducive atmosphere on the campus, where the women are respected and they are treated with dignity. As per the guidelines of UGC and the Supreme Court, a Committee against Sexual Harassment/ (ICC) Internal Complaints Committee at as been established to provide a healthy and congenial atmosphere to the staff and students of the College.

In case of any complaint kindly register on mail id iccssbce@gmail.com

Objectives:

The Objectives of Internal Complaints Committee at Swami Sahajanand Bharati college of Education, Shrirampur includes:

  • Prevention of discrimination and sexual harassment against women, by promoting gender amity among students and employees.
  • Deal with cases of discrimination and sexual harassment against women in a time bound manner aiming at ensuring support services to the victim.
  • Recommend appropriate punitive action against the guilty.
  • To uphold the commitment of the Institute to provide an environment free of gender-based discrimination
  • To create a secure physical and social environment to deter any act of sexual harassment.
  • To promote a social and psychological environment to raise awareness on sexual harassment in its various forms.

Guideline and procedure against Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Internal Complaints Committee 

Sr. No. Name of the Member Designation Nominated as
1 Dr. Randhawane Yogita Associate Prof. Presiding Officer
2 Dr. Pondhe Mukund Sahebrao Principal Member
3 Dr. Nannar Ramdas Kisan Associate Professor Member
4 Dr. Karwar Anil kisan Assistant. Professor Member
5 Shri. Kale Babasaheb Tatyaba Library Attendant Member
6 Ms. Vaishali Jagannath Rahinj Student Representative Member
7 Ms. Sonali Machhindra Misal Student Representative Member
8 Ms. Waghmode Rohidas Suryakant Student Representative Member
9 Mr. Mane Devidas Kashinath Head Clerk Member Administrating Coordinating
10 Mrs. Bhaldand Vijaya Radhakisan Outside Expert External Member

 Prevention of Caste-based Discrimination Committee

Any kind of discrimination on the basis of caste, locality, social/ economical background or gender is prohibited at Swami Sahajanand Bharati College of Education, Shrirampur. The Prevention of Caste-based Discrimination Committee (PCDC) shall understand the terms of the letter from UGC in words and spirit, and initiate continuous actions to ensure that no official or faculty member indulge in any kind of discrimination against any community or category of students, faculty or staff members. Sensitizing officials/ faculty members of the campus while dealing with such cases would also be the responsibility of such committee. As per the letter from the University Grants Commission (9th September 2021 Ref. D.O.No.F.1-7/2011 (SCT), it was informed that the Officials/ faculty members should desist from any act of discrimination against SC/ ST/ OBC students on grounds of their social origin.

Objectives of the Committee:

  1. To look after the related matters (if any) of depriving a student/staff or group of students on the basis of caste, creed, language, ethnicity, gender, different ability.
  2. To uphold the dignity of the institution by addressing the concerns (if any) brought into the notice related to equality in offering or receiving education inside the B.Ed college campus.
  3. To provide conducive environment for academic and professional growth of the student-teachers and others belonging to the B.Ed college.
  4. To protect the rights of every individual without any prejudice to his/her appearance or lifestyle the process of learning /training inside the college campus.
  5. To eliminate discrimination against or harassment of any individual in all forms by prohibiting it and by providing preventive and protective measures to facilitate its eradication punishments for those who indulge in any form of discrimination or harassment.

Nature & Functioning of Committee:

 The Committee will hear and address complaints regarding caste-based discrimination at Swami Sahajanand Bharati College of Education, Shrirampur, Dist. Ahmednagar Maharashtra State.

  • At least one member of the committee shall be from the reserved category.
  • The Committee will make recommendations to the Principal, based on observations and examinations of complaints.
  • The complaint shall include sufficient details of the alleged act of discrimination or harassment.
  • Based on the committee’s recommendation, the Principal shall give the final decision. The Principal may further institute, an Enquiry Committee, if required and deemed fit, for further examination of such complaints.
  • The Committee will follow relevant Acts and Rules of Government of India and Court Orders etc., as applicable from time to time.
  • Action Taken Report will also be sent to University Grants Commission and Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune if any case of caste discrimination is reported.

Prevention of Caste-based Discrimination Committee

Sr. No. Name of the member Designation
1 Prin. Dr. Mukund Sahebrao Pondhe Chairman
2 Dr. Vijay Santu Patole Member Secretary
3 Prof. Dr. Ramdas Kisan Nannar Member (Teaching Staff)
3 Asstt. Prof. Chandrakant Muralidhar Bhoye Member (Teaching Staff)
4 Asstt. Prof.  Anil Kisan Karwar Member (Teaching Staff)
5 Asstt. Prof. Mengal Narayan Hemaji Member (Librarian)
6 Shri. Devidas Mane Member (Head clerk)
7 Shri. Babasaheb Tatyaba Kale Member (Lib. Attendant)
8 Adv. Vijayrao Bankar Patil Legal Advisor
9 Miss Madhuri Rajendra Jejurkar Member (Representative of Student Council)

 


Form of Complaint (Click Here)

 

Divyangjan Cell

SSB College of Education, Shrirampur is committed to understand the Persons with Disabilities (Equal Opportunities, Protection of Rights and Full Participation) Rules,1996 and Amended Rules for Persons with Disabilities are committed to understanding the various rights, regulations, scholarship provisions, facilities, and opportunities provided by these laws and putting them into practice for the Divyangjan.

Divyangjan committee was established in 2020. The committee was formed with an objective of empowerment of students with disabilities (Divyangjan, connoted as divine body). The committee conducts programs to create awareness and accept diversity as a part of human existence in its institutional practices. It further enables the atmosphere of respect and preserves the identities of the Divyangjan students. This committee facilitates teachers with knowledge and skills of using various aids and appliances required to cater needs of differently abled students. It further makes teaching more inclusive and cognizant for the Divyangjan students. The committee also looks after the physical infrastructure and availing resources as per the special needs of the students.

Aims and Objectives

    • To ease out admission process for divyangjan students
    • To create awareness and sensitize about varied needs of divyanjan among teachers and students
    • To augment learning experience for students with special needs with inclusive practices
    • To provide guidance and counselling as per their specific requirements.
    • To assist divyangjan students for self-sustenance and employment

The Policies and Measures:

    • College will accept any admission based on disabilities.
    • College ensures to provide barrier free and necessary facilities for the convenience of the disabled person like ramps at needed places.
    • The buildings, laboratories, libraries are accessible by any differently abled persons.
    • Ensures the involvement of differently abled persons in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.
    • Follow suitable teaching methods for disabled persons.
    • Provides extra assistance in learning process apart from the college hours.
    • Provide materials in accessible medium and format.
    • Provides safe, usable and functional washroom facilities for the disabled friendly persons.
    • Address their Grievances through Grievances Cell.
    • Provide financial assistance and scholarships to Divyangjan students to pursue their education to become self-reliant.
    • Assess the ability of differently abled students and assist them in getting appropriate employment through training and placement.
    • Celebrate important days pertaining to disability in order to create awareness about differently abled persons.
    • Special sessions are organized to teachers to handle the differently abled students.
    • Every student is made aware of the facilities available for disabled and support them in all aspects.

Divyangjan Committee

Sr. No.

Name of the member Designation

1

Prin. Dr. Mukund Sahebrao Pondhe   Chairman

2

Asstt. Prof. Mengal Narayan Hemaji Co-ordinator

3

Prof. Dr. Ramdas Kisan Nannar Member

4

Dr. Anil Kisan Karwar Member

5

Prof. Dr. Bhagwat Asaram Shinde Member

6

Assitt. Prof. Vijay Santu Patole Member

7

Asstt. Prof. Chandrakant Muralidhar Bhoye Member

8

Mr. Babasaheb Kale Member (Office)

9

Miss Vaishali Rahinj Member (Student Representative)

10

Miss Karishma Sayyed Member (Student Representative)

11

Shri. Rohit Waghmode Member (Student Representative)

 

Equal Opportunity Cell

College has established the Equal Opportunity Cell to assist and advice the student-teachers from the marginalized sections of the society who are identified as SCs, STs, OBCs, Minorities and Divyangjan. The college ensures that student-teachers from these sections are not deprived of access to educational and cultural resources for their upliftment and overall development. The Cell of the college encourages the student-teachers from socially disadvantaged groups in attaining their optimum potential in our college by getting training of teaching and learning. The college always orients such student-teachers at the time of general orientation programme about various types of scholarships schemes for completing their education. Currently, the Cell is catering to the needs of almost 100 student-teachers of both B.Ed I year and B.Ed. II year for pursuing this professional degree from the Savitribai Phule Pune, University Pune.

Aims and objectives:

    1. To provide guidance and counselling to student-teachers with respect to academic, financial, social and other matters and to oversee the effective implementation of policies and programmes for disadvantaged groups.
    2. To adopt measures to ensure due share of utilization by SC, ST, OBC, minorities in admissions, and to improve their performances in training period.
    3. To orient them for scholarships, which will help them receive financial support from State/Central Government and to organize interface with well-established/leading academicians from the same categories regularly so that the student-teachers are motivated towards achieving their goals.
    4. To make efforts to sensitize the academic community regarding the problems associated with social exclusion as well as aspirations of the marginalized communities.
    5. To provide them access to opportunities thorough guest-lectures and broaden their knowledge.
    6. To introduce to them, social welfare schemes offered by the State Government for the betterment and promotion of these classes.

 Primary Functions of EOC:

The primary functions of the EOC, according to the UGC Guidelines, and as specified in the letter of the Secretary, UGC, dated 26th January 2016, are:

    1. To sensitize universities/colleges about the problems of the marginalized/disadvantaged sections of the society so that they are able to improve their performance not only in the education but also in other spheres of life.
    2. To sensitize the mainstream sections of the society towards the problems of the marginalized sections of the society.
    3. To monitor the various schemes/policies of the Government of India and State Governments relating to marginalized/disadvantaged sections.
    4. To ensure that there is an effective functional SC/ST Cell as has been mandated in the DoPT Brochure on Reservation for SC, ST & Other Backward Classes in Services.
    5. To also become an effective tool for gender sensitization and ensure participation in all socially relevant activities of the Universities/ Colleges and NSS.

Other functions of EOC as stated in the EOC guidelines:

    • To ensure equity and equal opportunity to the community at large in the college and bring about social inclusion.
    • To enhance the diversity among the students, teaching and non-teaching staff population and at the same time eliminate the perception of discrimination.
    • To create a socially congenial atmosphere for academic interaction and for the growth of healthy interpersonal relationships among the students coming from various social backgrounds.
    • To look into the grievances of the weaker section of society and suggest amicable solution to their problems.
    • 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 Government, or other related agencies/organizations issued from time to time.
    • To prepare barrier free formalities/procedures for admission/registration of students belonging to the disadvantaged groups of society.
    • To establish coordination with the Government and other agencies/organizations to mobilize academic and financial resources to provide assistance to students of the disadvantaged groups.
    • To organize periodic meetings to monitor the progress of different schemes.
    • To adopt measures to ensure due share of utilization by SC/ST in admissions, recruitments (teaching and non-teaching posts) and to improve their performances.

Equal Opportunity Cell Committee

Sr. No. Name of the member Designation

1

Prin. Dr. Mukund Sahebrao Pondhe   Chairman

2

Asstt. Prof. Chandrakant Muralidhar Bhoye Co-ordinator

3

Prof. Dr. Ramdas Kisan Nannar Member

4

Dr. Anil Kisan Karwar Member

5

Prof. Dr. Bhagwat Asaram Shinde Member

6

Assitt. Prof. Vijay Santu Patole Member

7

Asstt. Prof. Mengal Narayan Hemaji Member

8

Mr. Babasaheb Kale Member (Office)

9

Miss Dhanashree Padwal Member (SC-Student Representative)

10

Mr. Punaji Mundhe Member (ST-Student Representative)

11

Miss. Geeta Chokhande Member (OBC-Student Representative)

 

 

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