The cell's job is to investigate and determine the merits of any complaints made by students. Harassment cases can also be investigated by the Grievance Cell. Anyone with a legitimate complaint may approach the committee members in person, or in collaboration with the officer in charge of the Students' Grievance Cell. If the person does not like to appear in person, grievances may be addressed in writing to the Grievance Cell's suggestion box. Grievances can also be sent to the officer in charge of the Students' Grievance Cell by e-mail.
Students should initially communicate their complaint or grievance with the person or department in charge of the decision or action with which they are unhappy (informal resolution). Informal settlement allows teachers or staff to listen to your problems and work with you to find a solution. A student, on the other hand, has the right to file a formal complaint at any moment.
Students, staff, and others who seek to register a discrimination complaint on the basis of ethnic group identity, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, colour, physical or mental handicap, or any other category of unlawful discrimination should contact the Grievance cell.
Students Grievance Committee
|S. No||Name||Professional Position||Committee Position|
|1||Dr. C. MathanPeriasamy||Principal||Convener|
|2||Dr. K. Sandhya||Vice Principal||Member|
|3||Mr. S. Dinesh Kumar||Assistant Professor||Member|
|4||Dr. K. Madhan||Assistant Professor||Member|
|5||Dr. R. Manikandan||Assistant Professor||Member|
|6||Dr. D. Anandhababu||Assistant Professor||Member|
|7||Mr. K. Guru Viswanath||Assistant Professor||Member|