COMMITTEES FOR THE YEAR 2019-20

1. Online Grievance Redressal Committee
Dr. Jayapal.R, Principal Chairman
Dr. Suresh Kumar M.R,

Associate Professor, Physics Department

Member
Dr. Madhura. S

Assistant Professor, ECE department

Member
Mr. Nanda Kumar,

Assistant Professor, Mechanical Department

Member
About
The Statutory Grievance Redressal Committee is formed as per the norms of AICTE act clause 1 of section 23. The committee has been framed to provide transparency to the stakeholders in regards with imparting a fair technical education. It provides open platform for the students and staff get their grievances solved through request and discussion as applicable.
Procedure
·         The Grievance Redressal Committee will consider the grievances or problems of students and staff through application only.

·         The application can be sent online to the Principals email: principal.rvitm@rvei.edu.in

·         Necessary enquiry will be made with the help of committee members and issues will be sorted out either through discussion, suggesting remedial measures like cancelling, penalty or other actions with the approval of committee chairman.

·         The women grievances will be received and addressed by the women faculty members only.

·         All the necessary documentation regarding each complaint received will be recorded and documented.

2. Anti-Ragging Committee
Dr. Jayapal.R, Principal Chairman
Sri.Srinivas.K,   Sub   Inspector                          of Police, Konanakunte Police Station Invited Member
Dr. Deepak N A

Associate Professor, CSE Department

Member
Dr. S. Sivasankar

Assistant Professor, Maths Department

Member
Mr Manjunath K. M

Assistant Professor, ECE Department

Member
Harshitha J K, I Sem, C-Section Student member
Milinda Chawan, I Sem, D-Section Student member
About
Anti-ragging committee is formed for prevention and prohibition of ragging in AICTE approved Technical Institutions. The members of this committee will be monitoring the student’s activities during the working hours in the college premises, if any incidence of ragging is noticed it shell me brought to the notice of the Principal immediately.
Procedure
The members of anti-ragging committee are directed to follow the below protocol to curb ragging in the institute:

·         To  advice  senior  students  about  the  seriousness  of  anti-ragging  act  and  the punishments.

·         To create healthy environment among the student’s fraternity through periodic advices

and developing good relations among the freshers.

·         To prevent undesirable incidences among the students by publishing the punishments of ragging in the notice boards.

·         Maintaining all the necessary documents regarding the issues under this committee.

3. Anti Sexual Harassment Committee (ASHC)
Dr.   Madhura,      I/c    HoD   and         Assistant Professor, ECE Department Chairman
Dr. Rudresh Kumar K.J

Associate Professor, Chemistry Department

Member
Dr.T V Smitha

Assistant Professor, Maths Department

Member
Mrs. Rakshitha R (Member) Assistant Professor, ECE Department Member
About
Internal Compliant Committee (ICC) is built for gender sensitization against sexual harassment as per AICTE regulations (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act 2013. Any complaint regarding
the same will be received in writing by the principal and the committee members reserve the rights to make exceptions to the procedure depending on the circumstances.
Procedure
·         Any distressed women can give a written complaint regarding the incidence within three months from the date of mishap.

·         The complaint along with the necessary documents can be handed over to any of the members of the committee.

·         The committee would call for a meeting within 3 days from the date of application and the issue will be discussed with the principal.

·         The committee would reply within 7 to 10 working days regarding the action that will be taken after proper enquire is made.

·         An attempt will be made by the members for conciliation between the women and the respondent, but its not mandatory for the women to agree for conciliation.

·         If needed the women will be aided to file a police complaint in relation to the offence under Indian Penal Code.

·         All the necessary documentation regarding each complaint received will be recorded and documented.

4. Student Internship Policy Committee
Dr. Jayapal.R, Principal Chairman
Dr. Suresh Kumar M.R

Associate Professor, Physics Department

Member
Dr. Samrat

Assistant Professor, Chemistry Department

Member
Mrs Rakshitha R

Assistant Professor, ECE department

Member
About
The Student internship policy Committee is formed as per the norms of AICTE act. The committee has been framed to provide internships to students. Internships are particularly important for engineering students because they can help them to have good network. They can get to know how a corporate culture works. Internships might be a small term program as well as long term. Depending on company suitable projects are given to students to make them familiarize corporate culture.
Procedure
·         The Student internship policy Committee will consider the internships offered by company to students through application only.

·         The application can be sent online to the Principals email: principal.rvitm@rvei.edu.in
Necessary enquiry will be made with the help of committee members and students are given an opportunity to come up with new ideas.

·   Internships and volunteer experiences make candidates more competitive in the job market.

·  In addition to gaining exposure and experience in the field, they also provide an opportunity to see if the particular career field is the right one based on getting personal experience in the field.

·         An internship is the building blocks necessary for creating the path to a successful career.

·         All the necessary documentation regarding each internship program for each student is maintained.

5. Internal Quality Assurance Committee
Dr. Jayapal.R, Principal Chairman
Dr. Deepak N A

Associate Professor, CSE Department

Member
Mrs Smitha T V

Assistant Professor, Maths Department

Member
Dr Durgaprasad C

Assistant Professor, ECE Department

Member
About
The prime tasks of the IQAC are to develop a system for conscious, consistent and catalytic improvement in the overall performance of institution. To channelize all efforts and measures of the institution towards promoting its holistic academic excellence.
Procedure
·         Ensuring timely, efficient and progressive performance of academic, administrative and financial tasks.

·         The relevance and quality of academic and research programmes.

·         Equitable access and affordability of academic programmes for various sections of society.

·         Optimization and integration of modern methods of teaching and learning.

·         The credibility of evaluation procedures.

·         Ensuring the adequacy, maintenance and proper allocation of support structure and services.

·         Sharing of research findings and networking with other institutions in India and abroad.

Functions

·         Development and application of quality benchmarks/parameters for various academic and administrative activities of the institution.
Arrangement for feedback response from students, parents and other stakeholders on quality-related institutional processes.

·         Organization of inter and intra institutional workshops, seminars on quality related themes and promotion of quality circles.

·         Documentation of the various programmes/activities leading to quality improvement;

·         Development of Quality Culture in the institution

6. SC/ST Committee
Dr. Jayapal.R, Principal Chairman
Dr. Rudresh Kumar K.J

Associate Professor, Chemistry Department

Member
Mr Deepak D J

Assistant Professor, CSE Department

Member
Dr. Srinatha N.

Assistant Professor, Physics department

Member
About
SC/ST cell has been constituted in the college campus to resolve all the affairs and problems related to the SC/ST students and faculties. The Scheduled Caste (SC) and Scheduled Tribes (ST) Cell in an institute promotes the special interests of students in the reserved category. It is expected to provide special inputs in areas where the students experience difficulties. The Cell may conduct regular remedial coaching classes on life skills, personality development, writing assignments and making presentations, as well as Hindi and local language classes. The Cell also is expected to organize interactive sessions and informal meetings with students to attend to their personal, social and academic problems.
Procedure
·         Committee often meets the students and faculties belong to  SC/ST communities, to understand their problem and take necessary action and/or render them necessary advice/help to resolve the matter.

·         Creating awareness among the SC/ST students regarding the various Government and Non- Government scholarship schemes.

·         Counselling the students to help them overcome inferiority complex related to interaction with fellow students and personal grooming, etc.