There have been a lot of incidents about ragging taking place across the state and the country. Keeping this in mind AISAT has conducted a session on Ragging and its Consequences on August 3, 2016. The resource persons for the session were Mr. Rajesh, Practicing Advocate High Court of Kerala and Mr. Mohin.C.S. Sub Judge.


Principal Dr. K.E. George introduced the resource person. Advocate Mr. Rajesh handled the first session. He described what is ragging and cited the latest incidents as examples.  He explained that the early phases of ragging started during the First World War in the military camp with a positive intention. Later it started in the school and college campuses. He explained that ragging doesn’t mean untoward incident from a senior to a junior but any activity which a student is force to do is considered as ragging. He also mentioned about the consequences which a student has to face if he is involved in ragging. He also said that the institutions will also have to face the consequences if the ragging is not reported to the police on time. Mr.Mohin, Sub Judge concluded the session saying that students involved in ragging are considered as criminals and urged the students not to involve in this crime under any circumstances.


The class was very effective and it clearly explained how serious crime is ragging