Dnyanprassarak Mandal’s College & Research Centre

Affiliated to Goa University and Recognized by UGC


Ragging in any form is strictly prohibited in the college premises. Students are instructed not to indulge in ragging in any form either individually or collectively. Under the Goa Prohibition of Ragging Act 2008, strict disciplinary action shall be taken against those found guilty either directly or indirectly. Action shall also be taken against those who commit, participate in, abet or propagate ragging within or outside the college premises. Punishment shall include removal from the roll of the institution for three years, debarring the student from availing scholarships or any other benefits and, preventing students found guilty from representing the college at any event.

In case individuals committing the offence of ragging are not identified, the college shall impose collective punishment on those who are found guilty of ragging (directly or indirectly). As per the directives of the Supreme Court of India, students can be refused admission to our college if an applicant is found to have indulged in ragging in the past or if this fact comes to the notice of concerned authorities; such a student shall be expelled even though he/she may have been granted admission. The Supreme Court directives also empowers the college to lodge an F.I.R. with the local police station.