Anti-Ragging Rules

Ragging is a criminal offence as per the Supreme Court verdict. Ragging is an offence under penal code, which define ragging as:

“Causing, inducing, compelling or forcing a student, whether by way of practical joke or otherwise, to do any act which detracts from human dignity or violates his/her person or exposes him/her to ridicule from doing any lawful act. By intimidating, wrongfully restraining, wrongfully confining, or injuring him or by using criminal force on him/her or by holding out to him/her any threat of intimidation, wrongful confinement, injury or the use of criminal force.”

“Ragging in all its forms is totally banned in this institution including in its departments, constituent units, all its premises (academic, residential, sports, kiosks, cafeteria and the like) whether located within the campus. The institution shall take strict action including but not limited to criminal proceeding and/or cancellation of admission against those found guilty of ragging and/or of abetting ragging and the burden of proof shall hereby lie on the perpetrator of alleged ragging and not on the victim. An offence of Ragging may be charged either on a written complaint by the affected or on independent finding of the Anti-Ragging Squad.

AICTE Anti-Ragging Policy

Message from proctorial board

Dear Students!

The new entrant will be glad to know that PIET has taken all the measures to prohibit, prevent and eliminate any kind of threat of ragging from the campus including hostel, playground, canteen, classrooms, and in the institute transport etc.

The students are advised not to do anything with or against their will, even if ordered by their senior students and any kind of attempt of ragging should be quickly reported to the “Anti Ragging Squad” or to the Warden or Chief Proctor or to the Head of the Institution, as the case may be.

Information to whom you should report for assistance and guidance for various purposes, if and when required, are given below:

“Anti-Ragging UGC Helpline No.” – 1800-180-5522, E-mail: helpline@antiragging.net


The following may constitute as a part and parcel of ragging:

  • Addressing a colleague student as “SIR”
  • Forcing the junior colleague to serve snacks or meals under duress.
  • Making juniors to forcefully sing a song, running in the ground, abuse other colleague etc.
  • To unrest the students and force him/her to display physical feats with or without the presence of the students.
  • Forcefully asking the junior colleague to obey the command of the seniors.
  • To pose as a Joker amongst the gathering of the colleagues.
  • Making the junior bereft of the attending/studying in the class or stop him/her for taking meals.
  • To harass or cut jokes under duress.
  • Any other indulgence intimidating the rightful liberty of any student can be termed as an act of RAGGING.

Stringent action can be taken including filing of Criminal Cases against the errant students.

  • Keep Away From This Menace And Avoid Keeping Involved In Any Criminal Offence Otherwise You Will Land In Troubles.

Ragging and the Indian penal Code

Section Description Punishment
339 Wrongful restraint 1 Month
340 Wrongful confinement 1 Year
341 Punishment for Wrongful restraint 1 Month
342 Punishment for Wrongful confinement 1 Year
292 Obscene acts and songs 2 Year
506 Punishment for criminal intimidation 7 Year
323 Punishment for voluntarily causing hurt 1 Year
324 Voluntarily causing hurt by dangerous weapons or means 3 Year
325 Punishment for Voluntarily causing grievous hurt 7 Year
326 Voluntarily causing grievous hurt by dangerous Weapons or means Life Imprisonment
304 Punishment for culpable homicide not amounting to murder Life Imprisonment
306 Abetment of suicide 10 Years
307 Attempt to murder 10 Years

Anti-Ragging Squad

S. No. Name Contact Number
1. Dr. Rachna Khurana 9729077004
2. Dr. Monu Kalra 8222883344
3. Ms. Ginni Chawla 8930458123
4. Mr. Vipin Tomar (CSE) 9887747898
5. Mr. Neeraj Kumar (CSE) 9034172580
6. Mr. Arun Rana (ECE) 8950183659
7. Mr. Amit Raman (ME) 9991138449
8. Mr. Virender Upneja (ME) 9355558942
9. Mr. Sorabh Gupta ((IT) 9896612475
10. Ms. Pooja Gupta (BBA) 9729535338
11. Mr. Rajesh Kumar (BBA) 8742980159
12. Ms. Vinod Kumari (MCA) 9050936080
13. Ms. Khyatti Saggu (CE) 9813385035
14. Ms. Deepti Dhingra 9812224905
15. Mrs. Mandeep Kaur (MCA) 9896310304
16. Ms. Sanchi Kakkar (MCA) 9988892227
17. Mr. Sanjeev Kumar (Diploma ME) 7206010601
18. Dr. Himashu Jain (MBA) 8059707849

 Anti-Ragging Committee

S. No. Name Designation Tel. No.
1 Prof. (Dr.) Shakti Kumar Director 9354613020
2 Superintendent of Police Panipat/ Representative S.P. Panipat 0180-2699100


3 Sub-Divisional Magistrate/ Representative SDM, Samalkha 0180-2571100
4 S.H.O., Samalkha SHO (Samalkha) (0180)-2699129


5 Dr. Sunil Dhull Chief Proctor 9466477776
6 Prof. (Dr.) B.B. Sharma Dean Student Welfare & Registrar 9416281777
7 Mrs. Priyanka Sehgal Women Grievance Cell 9034077699
8 Dr. Vijay Kaushik Chief Warden 9996139195
10 Ms. Aashta Hostel Warden Girls

Department HODs

11 Mr. Suresh Tyagi Academic Superintendent 9466256318
12 Adv. Mehul Jain Sarv Sanghthan Seva Sansthan 9813077111


13 Mr. Abhimanyu M. V. Parents Representative 9992600869
14 B. Nidhi (4th  year, ME) Student Representative 9873965914
15 Mridul (3rd  year CSE) Student Representative 9958695757
16 Rishabh Student Representative 1st Year 9540696071
17 Niharika Student Representative 1st Year 9643950540


S. No. Name Tel. No.
1 Dr. B.B. Sharma (DSW) 9416281777
2 Mrs. Swati Gupta 9896245070
3 Mrs. Rekha Mahajan 9315847911

 Names and Telephone Numbers of the Officers of Police Department, Panipat District:

1 Deputy Commissioner, Panipat 0180-2651502 dcpnp@@hry.nic.in
2 SDM, Panipat 0180-2651303 sdm.panipat@hry.nic.in
3 SDM, Samalkha 0180-2571100 sdm.samalkha@hry.nic.in
4 P.S. City Panipat (0180)-2699110 shopanipatcity-hry@nic.in
5 P.S. Samalkha (0180)-2699129 shosamalkha-hry@nic.in


  • Classes and holidays will be as per College Academic Calendar.
  • Extra Classes of weaker students of 1st semester will be arranged separately.
  • 75% attendance is must; Special weightage in the sessional marks will be given to those having more than 85% attendance.
  • It has been observed that pass % of students whose attendance was more than 75% was very high.
  • Short of attendance and marks of test will be intimated to the parents every month.
  • Attendance will be shown on the notice board by every department and letters to the parents will be sent by the every department who having less than 75% attendance. Short attendance cases will be decided and governed by KUK university norms.

CCTV have been installed in the Campus