In 2009 the University Grants Commission of India imposed regulations upon Indian universities to help curb ragging, and launched a toll-free ‘anti–ragging helpline’. Ragging is basically a subset of bullying. Unlike various complex forms of bullying, ragging is easily recognizable.
The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement is the largest humanitarian network in the world. Its mission is to alleviate human suffering, protect life and health, and uphold human dignity, especially during armed conflicts and other emergencies.
The objective of the students Grievance Redressal Cell is to develop a responsive and accountable attitude among all the stakeholders in order to maintain a harmonious educational atmosphere in the university. Students Grievance Redressal Cell has been constituted for the redressed of the problems reported by the students of the university with the following functions:
- Redressal of Student’s Grievances.
- To co-ordinate between students’ and department to redress the grievances.
- To support the students who have been deprived of the services for which he/she is entitled.
- To ensure effective solution to the student grievances with an impartial and fair approach.
- To make teaching and supporting staff responsive, accountable courteous in dealing with the students.
The audio-visual room is a place where the students of all classes experience learning in an effective way. The audio-visual method appeals most to the senses. It leaves a deeper impact as it involves greater attention in the act of learning and helps the child to retain the concepts taught through these aids.
Mandya University also has access to the educational, primarily the scientific channels of the worldwide television network. The university has a fully furnished and well maintained video room and has a wide collection of educational and library video paedia. Here, our aspirants watch sundry topics through computers, CDs, Video Cassettes, OHPs, LCDs etc.
On campus we provide facilities such as canteen for our students and visitors.
The canteen offers a wide range of dishes, freshly cooked and prepared, and with attention paid to quality.
We apply our ‘green philosophy’ also in the provision of meals on campus. As far as the food itself is concerned, its ‘green canteen’ is supplied with bio-products ‘at zero kilometres’; in fact, where we grow our own vegetables under environmentally friendly conditions, which are served in the canteen to students and staff. By supplying our own fresh, seasonal products direct from the vegetable garden to the table, we cut down on the CO2 pollution involved in transportation.
Students can enjoy a three-course lunch at special reduced prices.