It emphasizes that Malla Reddy Engineering College and Management Sciences,Medchal strictly prohibits ragging on its campus, in accordance with the directions of the Hon’ble Supreme Court dated May 8, 2009, and UGC regulations under the Act of 1956. These regulations are designed to prohibit, prevent, and eliminate the menace of ragging in higher educational institutions.

The institute asserts that anyone found engaging in any form of ragging will face strict action, regardless of the extent of their involvement. To prevent such activities, an anti-ragging committee has been formed, and it has been operational even before the start of the first-year classes under the direction of the principal. This committee’s purpose is to ensure that a safe and welcoming environment is maintained on the campus and that students are protected from any form of ragging.


To eliminate ragging in all its forms from the institution by prohibiting it under these regulations preventing its occurrence and punishing those who indulge in ragging as provided for in these regulations and the appropriate law in force.

Anti-Ragging Policy at MREM:

MREM has a zero-tolerance policy for ragging. The Institute views ragging, is an uncivilized, and inhuman practice. We do not subscribe to the view that one could wait till something happens in order to initiate stringent action. Any rigorous action in such cases may damage a young career. So, we repose faith in averting such eventualities. For this, the Institute has a proactive policy.

Preventive measures had been devised during the last couple of years to eliminate all possibilities of the occurrence of such a ghastly incident even in its mildest form. The measures have been implemented effectively to rule out any incident of ragging being attempted by senior students at any place inside the campus. For ragging non-grata at MREM, all stakeholders’ viz. management, faculty, students, and employees are involved in creating an environment.

  1. “Ragging in all its forms is totally banned in this institution including in its departments, constituent units, all its premises (academic, residential, sports, canteen/cafeteria and the like) whether located within the campus or outside, and in all means of transportation of students whether public or private.”
  2. Students and parents need not harbor undue apprehensions in this regard. They should report any incident immediately to the college authorities and stringent punishment will be meted out to the culprit(s).
  3. “IF any incident of ragging comes to the notice of the authority, the concerned student shall be given liberty to explain and if his / her explanation is not found satisfactory, the authority would subject him/her to suitable punishment.”

To be vigilant on all the activities of the students in regard to ragging, we have formed an anti- ragging committee. The first-year students and parents can freely contact and seek help from anybody at any time with respect to ragging. Hoardings displayed at different places on the campus speak themselves about the Institution’s concern about curbing the menace of ragging.

As per the direction of the hon’able Supreme Court of India and UGC, the institute will strictly follow the “AICTE Regulation on Curbing the Menace of Ragging in Educational Institutions “.

Preventive Measures of Ragging at MREM:

The various preventive measures were considered in MREM for the prevention the ragging.

  1. Anti-ragging brochures issued by the University Grants Commission are displayed at all the departmental Notice Boards, the Central Library, the Main Building Notice Boards, and at the Hostels to ensure that no ragging takes place within the campus.
  2. Anti-Ragging duties are assigned to the faculty members of the Institute. All such faculty members roam every half an hour in and around the campus buildings. This duty is discharged by all the faculty members for the prevention of ragging in the institute premises.
  3. The principal and faculty staff make periodical and surprise checks the premises of the institution.
  4. Students coming from weaker sections and others, who are particularly sensitive are assisted and counselled so that they do not resort to taking any extreme steps.
  5. Surprise checks should also be done at places outside the college campus.
  6. MREM draws up a code of conduct for the senior students as well as fresher’s regarding the appropriate behaviour and conduct.
Duties & Responsibilities:
  1. Should meets often to discuss the steps to be taken to prevent ragging in the campus.
  2. Mandatorily, anti-ragging undertaking is taken from students and their parents at the time of admission.
  3. Awareness programs are conducted to the students in association with TS legal Services Authority, Local Police, Progressive Psychologists Association and various NGOs about ragging act, punishments and consequences.
  4. Posters depicting the anti-ragging act and its punishments are displayed on all notice boards, corridors and at the canteen.
  5. Contact numbers of the anti-ragging committee members are displayed at various sensitive places across the campus

To stop any kind of misconduct by students verbally or physically or by an act which has the effect of teasing, or causing discomfort, damage to a fresher or to any other student, or indulging in vandalism or in any indiscipline activities or is likely to cause annoyance, psychological harm or to raise fear or apprehension thereof in any fresher or asking any student is detrimental to physical/ psychological health of individual. To do any act which has the effect of causing or generating a sense of shame, torture or torment or embarrassment and adversely affect the physique or psyche of a student with or without an intent to derive and inflicting pain or showing off power, authority or superiority by a student over any other student is most uncalled for.
Ragging has ruined countless innocent lives and careers. In order to eradicate it, Hon’ble Supreme Court in Civil Appeal No. 887 of 2009, passed the judgment wherein guidelines were issued for setting up of a Central Crisis Hotline and Anti-Ragging database.

Anti Ragging Web Portal

In accordance with the orders, UGC (University Grants Commission), Govt. of India has developed this web portal.

This Portal Contains

Undertaking confirmed by each student and his/her parents or guardians, which will then be stored electronically and will contain the details of each student.

Record of registered complaints received and the status of the action taken. The aim of the portal is to eliminate ragging in all its forms from universities, deemed universities and other higher educational institutions in the country. This will be achieved by preventing its occurrence and punishing those who indulge in ragging, in accordance with the Supreme Court Regulations.

Kindly view Information Pack to know more details about ragging and its regulations.


B. Ravi

Assistant Professor

Department of Mechanical


+91 8008696432

Anti Ragging Complaint form


Anti Ragging Committee

1 Dr M. Sreedhar Reddy
Principal of MREM
2 Mr. B. Ravi
Assistant Professor of MECH
Convener 8639464366
3 Dr. B. Subba Ratnam
Professor & Director
Member 8639464366
4 Dr. Ch. Giridhar
Associate Professor of Chemistry
Member 9440053598
5 Mr. M. Parimala Kumari
Assistant Professor of MBA
Member 9948819786
6 Mrs. T. Shirisha
Assistant Professor of ECE
Member 9666839080
7 Mr. E. Shravan Kumar
Assistant Professor of CSE
Member 9573744465
8 Mr. S. Abhishek Yadav
Assistant Professor of IT
Member 9912335277
9 Mr. V. Bharath Simha Reddy
Assistant Professor of Mech
Member 8522852275
10 Mr. G. Ismayel
Assistant Professor of EEE
Member 9562545652
11 Mr. N. Prashanth
Physical Director
Member 8125582988
12 Mr. B. Mahesh
Administrative Officer
Member 9346009494
13 Mr. C. K. Reddy
2nd Year Students
Member 9956558560
14 Mr. G. Venkatesh
3rd Year Students
Member 7093081107
4th Year Students
Member 9565485658