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Internal Complaints Committee

The Internal Complaints Committee (ICC) is a crucial component of the University Grants Commission (UGC) regulations aimed at addressing and resolving complaints related to sexual harassment and discrimination in educational institutions. These regulations are designed to ensure a safe and respectful environment for all members of the academic community,

The Internal Complaints Committee (ICC) is established in the Sir Syed College for addressing following matters.

  • Addressing Sexual Harassment:
    The primary purpose of the ICC is to address complaints related to sexual harassment and discrimination. By having a designated committee, the college ensures that such issues are handled sensitively and effectively, creating a safe and respectful environment for all students, faculty, and staff.
  • Legal Compliance:
    It is a legal requirement in many countries, including India, for educational institutions to have an ICC as mandated by the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013. Compliance with this law not only protects the rights of individuals but also safeguards the reputation and integrity of the college.
  • Promoting Gender Equality:
    The presence of an ICC fosters an environment of gender equality and inclusivity within the college community. It sends a strong message that harassment and discrimination based on gender will not be tolerated and that all individuals have the right to study and work in a respectful and safe environment.
  • Providing Support and Redressal:
    The ICC is responsible for providing support to victims of harassment or discrimination and ensuring a fair and impartial investigation process. It offers a platform for individuals to report incidents confidentially and seek redressal without fear of retaliation.
  • Preventive Measures:
    In addition to addressing complaints, the ICC also plays a proactive role in preventing sexual harassment and discrimination through awareness campaigns, workshops, and policy implementation. By promoting a culture of respect and dignity, the committee helps create a conducive learning and working environment.

Establishing an ICC in Sir Syed College demonstrates the institution's commitment to upholding ethical standards and ensuring the well-being of its members. It not only fulfillslegal obligations but also contributes to the overall academic and personal development of students and staff by fostering a culture of mutual respect and equality.

Dr.Sreeja P


Ms.Haseena K.P

Faculty Member

Mr.Abdul Jabbar C.C

Faculty Member

Mr. T. Mustafa

Non-Teaching Representative

Mr. Muhammed Iqbal Koroth

Non-Teaching Representative

Ms. Fathimathul Afra kuttokan

Student III Sem Bsc.Statistics

Ms.Akzalamol Biju

Student M.Com Final

Ms.Silsha Lakshmanan

Research Scholar, Botany

Mr. C. Muhammed Siraj

CH Center,NGO,Representative