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More than a goal for DYP, it is a mandate of reducing mental imbalance, promoting sustainable development with harmony and building good governance.

From the establishment of DYP the student support governing council also accommodates students themselves as stakeholders. Here are the governing councils of DYP to amend in student support.



Grievances Redresssal Cell

Grievance Redressal Committee

As per the rules and regulations addressed by the AICTE / UGC / SPPU, for student or other stake holders in a Technical Institution, “Grievance Redressal Committee” of D. Y. Patil College of Engineering, Akurdi,, Pune, has been constituted with following Staff in different positions to enquire the nature and extent of grievance.

Committee Members

Staff Name



Dr.  D. G. Khairnar


E & TC Dept.

Mrs. Dhanashree A. Phalke


Computer Engg

Dr. N.S. Jain



Mrs. Sayali N. Mane


E & TC Dept.

Mrs. Swati  M. Panse


Computer Engg

Mr. S. P. Burse


E & TC Dept.



  • To formulate the policy to investigate and review complaints or grievances of students and faculties.
  • To create awareness of availability of members for students and faculties to report grievances.
  • To investigate the cause of grievances.
  • To ensure effectual solution depending upon the gravity of the

Definition: In these regulations, unless the context otherwise requires

  • “Act” means the University Grants Commission Act, 1956 (3 of 1956);
  • “aggrieved student” means a student who has any complaint in the matters concerned with the grievances defined under these regulations, and includes a person seeking admission to any institution of higher education;
  • “college” means any institution, whether known as such or by any other name, which provides for a course of study for obtaining any qualification from a university and which, in accordance with the rules and regulations of such university, is recognised as competent to provide for such course of study and present students undergoing such course of study for the examination for the award of such qualification;
  • “Commission” means the University Grants Commission established under section 4 of the UGC Act, 1956.
  • “grievances” include the following complaints of the aggrieved students, namely:
    • Demand of excess money other than that specified in the declared admission policy or approved by the competent authority to be charged by the institution;
    • Complaints of the students, from the Scheduled Castes, the Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Classes, Minority or Disabled categories;
    • Non publication of prospectus/broucher, as specified;
    • Denial of quality education as promised at the time of admission or required to be provided;
    • Publishing any information in the prospectus, which is false or misleading, and not based on facts;
    • Delay in conduct of examinations or declaration of results beyond that specified in the academic calendar;
    • On provision of student amenities as may have been promised or required to be provided by the institution;
    • Non transparent or unfair evaluation practices;
    • Non payment or delay in payment of scholarships to eligible student that such institution is committed, under the conditions imposed by University Grants Commission, or by any other authority;
  • “Grievance Redressal Committee” means a committee constituted under these regulations;
  • Higher Educational Institution” means a University within the meaning of clause (f) of Section 2, a college within the meaning of clause (b) of sub¬section (1) of Section 12A, and an institution deemed to be a University declared under Section 3, of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956.


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Anti Ragging



“A coward is incapable of exhibiting love; it is the prerogative of the brave.” Mahatma Gandhi 

Under Section 26(1)(g) of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956 Anti Ragging Committee is formed with definite rules are displayed on the notice board for awareness of the students. Following the amendment DYP have procedures wherein meetings by Anti-Squad members at regular interval, Surprising visits to hostels, in campus and off campus area. Billboards and analysis of ragging consequences are displayed in all student sections; canteens, restroom, hostels, classes, auditorium, etc. Programs concerning to these activities are hosted in campus and hostels.




Sr. No.

Name of Member



Dr. B. S. Balapgol



Mr.Vinod U. Gholave



Adv. K. V. Chaure



Dr. S. K. Babar



Mrs. Prabhavati Thorat



Mr. Udaykumar L. Gaikwad



Ms. Samiksha Bhokare



Mr. Saket Walalkar



Mr. S. J. Jadhav



List of Measures taken to curb menace of Ragging:

         Anti-Ragging Committee is formed.

         Anti-Ragging squads are constituted.

         Signed affidavits from students & parents at the beginning of the academic year were taken.

         Complaint boxes are provided at various locations in college.

         Prominent display of anti-ragging posters is made.

         Hostel warden – full time with cell phone-available for 24 Hrs, is exclusively appointed.

         Definition of Ragging and Punishments in all notice boards is displayed.

         Distribution & display of important phone numbers of Principal / Warden / senior faculty / Management members, District & Sub-divisional authorities and Police officers.

         Senior Mentors & faculty in-charges are allotted for freshers, divided into small groups.

         Class councilors for each class are assigned.

         Grievance redressal cell at the central level is formed.

         Constant vigilance at key places is planned. 

         Cultural / sports function – joint program will be arranged 

         Each student will have college ID card.

         Fresher day will be arranged. 

         Principal addressed all staff & students on Ragging.

         Parents are involved & informed of Ragging Act.

The punishment may also include any of the following:

         Withholding / withdrawing scholarship / fellowship and other benefits.

         Debarring from appearing for any test / examination or other evaluation process.

         Debarring from representing the Institution in any national or international meet, tournament, youth festival, etc.

         Rustication from the Institution for periods varying from 1 to 2 academic years.

         Expulsion from the Institution and consequent debarring from admission to any other Institution.

         Cancellation of admission. 

         Suspension from attending classes 

         Withholding results. 

         Suspension, expulsion from the hostel.

         Fine up to Rs.50.000/-.

         Rigorous imprisonment up to ten years (by Court of Law) etc.


Gender equality


“Discrimination and assaults against women; are against any positive future for the country...” 

At DYP we work efficiently and effectively towards balancing the parameter of equality between men and women. The council has a direct approach to incidents, if any occurs, getting them resolved with an unbiased methodology. The director or the dean heads the council of members ensuring timely workshops to be undertaken on harassment comprehended with an inclination of legal actions in such cases. The complaint hierarchy is strictly followed to avoid communication failures. Information materials as in posters, handouts and eye lying pictorials are showcased in campus. 

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