Sunday, February 21, 2016

Awareness event arranged in Global Institute of Management & Technology, (Dist. Nadia), W.B.

The first of the SAVE-ASKT campaigns for the 2015-16 session was arranged in the Global Institute of Management & Technology (GIMT), Krishnagar, Dist. Nadia, W.B.

The Social Services wing of the college extended a great co-operation and co-ordinated the event. The event was graced by the top management personnel along with a large number of students and faculty members.

It included a Debate Competition and an Extempore Talk competition for the students.

The participation from students was outstanding and the chief event co-ordinator also joined SAVE as an active volunteer.
SAVE looks forward for a lasting and cordial relationship with GIMT, Krishnagar. 

SAVE starts campaigning in Bengal in association with Aman Movement

We, in association with Aman Movement, have started a series of awareness campaigns in West Bengal.

The idea is to reach out to a large number of colleges across the state and to motivate the students, faculty members and others to take a strong stand against ragging.

The campaigns kicked off in August 2015.

This is in line of 'Anti-Ragging' awareness programmes conducted in various states across the country.

Wednesday, May 9, 2007

‘NIT staff didn’t take enough measures to stop ragging’

In the ragging death case of a student of Dr BR Ambedkar National Institute of Technology (NIT), the crime branch has submitted its inquiry report to the ADGP (Crime) in which it said the institute administration had not taken sufficient measures to stop ragging. The report has also raised a finger over the investigation by the Government Railway Police (GRP).

The report said had the NIT administration taken proper measures to stop ragging on the campus, the death would have never occured. Sources said the probe also questioned why the GRP did not indict the NIT staff responsible for checking ragging.

Notably, a first-year student, Amit Gangwar, had committed suicide by jumping before a train in October 2005 and left a suicide note, naming ten senior students who tortured him.

Crime Branch SP, Jalandhar, Kamal Kumar, was not available for comments.