The Internal Complaint Committee (ICC) at THB College is a dedicated body responsible for addressing and resolving complaints related to issues of harassment, discrimination, or any form of misconduct within the college premises. The committee operates in accordance with the guidelines set by the University Grants Commission (UGC) and relevant laws and regulations.
The ICC is comprised of members representing various stakeholders within the college community, including faculty members, administrative staff, students, and external experts. The committee is headed by a Chairperson and includes both male and female members to ensure a balanced and unbiased approach.
Roles and Responsibilities:
- Receiving Complaints: The ICC is responsible for receiving complaints related to harassment, discrimination, or any other form of misconduct. Complaints can be submitted in writing or through a designated online platform to maintain confidentiality.
- Confidentiality: The committee ensures the confidentiality of all parties involved in the complaint process. Information related to the complaint is disclosed only on a need-to-know basis.
- Investigation: The ICC conducts a thorough and impartial investigation into the complaints received. The committee may seek statements from the complainant, respondent, and any witnesses.
- Resolution: After the investigation, the ICC recommends appropriate actions or sanctions, if necessary, to address the complaint. The committee aims to resolve complaints in a fair and timely manner.
- Awareness and Training: The ICC conducts awareness programs and training sessions to educate the college community about the prevention of harassment and discrimination.
- Reporting: The committee submits periodic reports to college authorities, summarizing the number and nature of complaints received, investigated, and resolved.
ICC consists of following Members
|Designation in Committee