Grievance Redressal Cell

   To address the numerous problems of the diverse students from varied backgrounds, the students’ grievance redressal cell was formed and to resolve the issues of the students. Grievance Redressal cell is constituted in the college for the smooth and effective functioning of Grievance Redressal related activities in the college. The Students’ Grievance Redressal Cell attempts to address genuine problems and complaints of students whatever be the nature of the problem. The Cell desires to maintain and promote an unprejudiced educational environment. It enables a student to express feelings by initiating and pursuing the grievance procedure in accordance with the rules and regulations of the College. Grievance Cell enquires and analyses the nature and seriousness of the grievances in a strictly confidential manner. Emphasis on procedural fairness has been given with a view to “an impartial and fair approach to the student’s grievances”.

Objectives of Students Grievance and Redressal Cell.

  • Encouraging the Students to express their problems /grievances freely and openly without any fear of being victimized.
  • To support, those students who have been deprived of the services offered by the college, for which he / she is entitled.
  • To make officials of the college responsive, accountable and courteous in dealing with the students.
  • To ensure effective solution to the students grievances with an impartial and fair approach.
  • Redressal of Students Grievances to solve their academic and administrative problems.
  • To co-ordinate between students and Departments / Sections to redress the grievances.
  • To direct ways and means to the students to redress their problems.

Roles and Responsibilities

  • To create a platform where students can point out their problems, regarding academic and non academic matters.
  • Get suggestions (Suggestion Box) from the students for improvement. Take necessary steps for improvement in the light of grievances.
  • The departmental level grievances are attended by the concerned class coordinators/faculty advisor/ and Department Heads.
  • The student representatives and staff members of grievance redressal cell act as facilitators to communicate and sort out the grievances at the department level.

Students can freely make queries to the mail id: in case of any difficulties.

Appellant Committee Members:


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Dr. Abdul Salam V.H

Director, ICET


Prof. Dr. A. Jahubar Ali

Head of the Department ,Science and Humanities(Dean of student affairs)


A Staff Grievance Redressal Committee and Student Grievance Redressal Committee is reconstituted with the following members for the academic year 2022-2023 for the smooth and effective functioning of  Grievance Redressal system in the college.

Staff Grievance Redressal Committee  members:


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1. Prof. Dr. A. Jahubar Ali

Dean(Student Affairs), Coordinator

2. Prof. Dr. Faisal M. H. Vice Principal, Co-coordinator

Prof. Rosna P. Haroon

HOD/ AD & CC, Co-coordinator

4. Prof. Shifana U. N.

AP/CE, Member

5. Prof. Rafeek Sidhic

AP/ME, Member


Prof. Dhivya Haridas

AP/EEE, Member

7. Prof. Vipin Thomas

AP/ECE, Member

8. Prof. Shameena E. M

AP/CSE, Member

9. Prof. Surumi K. S. AP/AD & CC, Member

Prof. Shamseena T. S.

AP/S & H, Member


Prof. Beena V.S.

AP/MBA, Member

12. Prof. Sheena K. M.

AP/MCA, Member

Student Grievance Redressal Committee  members:

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1. Prof. Dr. Jinu Mohan 

ASP/CSE, Coordinator

2. Prof. Angel P. Mathew AP/ECE, Co-coordinator

Prof. Parvathy Vijay

AP/CE, Member


Prof. Dileep K. S.

AP/ME, Member


Prof. Dhivya Haridas

AP/EEE, Member

6. Prof. Vipin Thomas

AP/ECE, Member


Prof. Nasreen Ali A.

AP/CSE, Member

8 Prof. Sururmi K. S.

AP/AD & CC, Member


Prof. Deepa Jacob

AP/S & H, Member


Prof. Beena V. S.

AP/MBA, Member

11. Prof. Sukrath Lal P. S.

AP/MCA, Member





The Constitution of India guarantees the “Equality to women” and “Right to life and liberty”. To empower girl students /women employees and enhance them to understand the issues related to women, the college has constituted a committee for Women Empowerment & Anti Sexual Harassment. It focuses on creating awareness of their rights and duties and also provides a platform for women to share their experiences and views regarding their rights in the society. Women Empowerment Committee is also functioning as an Anti-Sexual Harassment Committee, to provide a healthy and amiable atmosphere for girls.


  • To create an awareness of the Women’s Right and to empower Women.
  • Encourage girl students to participate actively in the events organized by the committee, to strengthen their self-confidence.
  • To make aware of gender equity and prevention of sexual harassment.
  • To educate girl students on women specific health issues and measures to be taken.

Role and Responsibilities:

  • Organizing different activities to make women aware of opportunities and tools available to excel in their career.
  • To create an awareness of empowering women among students.
  • To provide a safe and secure environment for girl students and women.
  • Any matter on women’s issues will be referred to the committee.
  • Sexual harassment is a serious criminal offence, which can destroy human dignity and freedom. In an effort to promote the well being of all women employees and girl students at the institution  the code of conduct has been framed.

Functions of Women Empowerment and Anti Sexual Harassment / Internal Complaints Committee:

  • Conducting different programs on women empowerment.
  • Conducting awareness programmes on anti-sexual harassment.
  • Empower women to face difficult situations at any place.Celebration of International Women’s Day on March 8th, every year.
  • Address the gender inequity and sexual harassment cases whenever reported and recommend appropriate necessary action.
  • Any other matter on women’s issues shall refer to the committee.


  • A signed hard copy of the complaint will submit in person to the convener of the committee and the convener shall discuss it with the members of the committee.
  • First incident statement will be taken from both parties involved and an enquiry will be conducted.
  • On completion of the proceedings and submission of the report to the head of the institution, will decide the action to be taken, depending on the gravity of the complaint.
  • The committee will communicate the final decision to the concerned with proper record, through principal.
  • The frequency of the meeting will be twice in a semester. In addition, meeting of all the members of the cell can be convened, if required.
Sl.No. Name of Faculty Designation Position
1 Prof. Dr. Suni S. S. HOD/ECE Coordinator
2 Prof. Safiya K. M. AP/CSE Member
3 Prof. Sonu Saju AP/CE Member
4 Prof. Haseena M. K. AP/ AD & CC Member
5 Prof. Dhivya Haridas AP/EEE Member
6 Prof. Dr. Sulfath P. M. AP/MCA Member
7 Prof. Beena V. S. AP/MBA Member
8 Prof. Sreelakshmi K. V. AP/S & H Member
9 Prof. Abdul Shukoor O. M. AP/ME Member


A Session on “Women in Engineering and Management” was conducted on 08-03-2021 in Association with  Women Empowerment & Anti Sexual Harassment Cell as part of International Womens’ Day.The session was handled by Ms.Bini T.I,General Manager CIAL


As a part of National Girl Child Day Women Empowerment and Antisexual Harassement committee conducted a talk on the topic " Sexual Abuse and Harassement", the Resource Person was Ms. Siji T. K., Trained Faculty of Adolescent Counselling Cell Higher Secondary Department.


Cyber Ethics and Youth Relationship

   A Session on “Anti-Sexual Harassment Programme; Cyber Ethics and Youth Relationship” was conducted on 25-02-2020 in Association with  Women Empowerment & Anti Sexual Harassment Cell and NSS Unit.The session was handled by Mr. Abishek Clifford, CEO Rescue NGO Ethics Lecturer, London.


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