Anti-Ragging Cell (ARC)

In pursuance to the order of various approving & affiliating authorities, the Institute has constituted an Anti-Ragging Committee as per the directives of Hon’ble Supreme Court of India with a motto to Prevent Ragging in the Institution. The Anti-Ragging Committee consists of following members.

01. Mr. Narendra Kumar Hota, President, MC, TPC Barpali
02. Mr. N.K.Agrawalla, Secretary, MC, TPC Barpali
03. Mr. Narayan Padhan,Treasurer, TPC Barpali
04. Prof.(Dr.) Ranjan Kumar Sahoo, Director, TPC Barpali
05. Prof (Dr.) Arnabaditya Mohanty, Principal, TPC Barpali
06. Dr.Chhayakanta Panda, Asso. Professor, TPC Barpali
07. Mr. Ashutosh Meher, Asso. Professor, TPC Barpali
08. Mr. Abinash Kumar Sahu, Asst. Professor, TPC Barpali
09. Mr. Santosh.Kumar Dash, Asst. Professor, TPC Barpali
10. Mr. Paramananda Nanda Swain, Resident officer & in-charge Boy’s Hostel.
11. I.I.C. Police Station, Barpali
12. Mr. Ananda Babu, Parents Representative
13. Mr. Mrutyunjaya Bhanja,M.Pharm 1st Semester, Student Representative
14. Miss Jaya Tiwari ,B.Pharm 7th Semester, Student Representative
15. Mr. Amit Kumar Sahani ,B.Pharm 5th Semester, Student Representative
16. Miss Akankshya Choudhury, B.Pharm 3rd Semester, Student Representative
17. Miss Chinmayee Kar, D.Pharm, 2nd Year, Student Representative
18. Miss Leezarani Behera, D.Pharm, 1st Year, Student Representative

Mr. Narendra Kumar Hota, President, MC will be the Chairman of this Committee. The Committee shall monitor the measures taken by the Institute for prevention of ragging and for looking into the specific instances of complain of ragging and suggest appropriate action against individual indulging in ragging. Some members of our campus community will be included in squad and such members will act accordingly to control the said activity of the Institution.

The following members are included in our Anti-Ragging Squad as follows.

01. Dr. Chhayakanta Panda, Asso. Professor, TPC Barpali
02. Mr. Srimanta Kumar Das, Asst. Professor, TPC Barpali
03. Mr. Abinash Kumar Sahu, Asst. Professor, TPC Barpali
04. Mr. Subodh Chandra Sahu, Asst. Professor, TPC Barpali
05. Mr. Sudhir Kumar Sahu, Asst. Professor, TPC Barpali
06. Mrs. Anupama Bisi, Office Asst., TPC Barpali
07. Mr. Paramananda Swain, Resident Officer & In-charge Boys Hostels

Hence, the students are hereby informed to report the committee for any sort of ragging to them in any manner, with confident so that immediate action shall be initiated to curb the ragging.

Gender Sensitization Cell (GDC)

It s hereby informed to all students and staffs that our institute has setup gender sensitization cell in January 2019. It aims at teaching the future leaders of the country that gender awareness and sensitization is the need of the hour and that the students and educators of our country need to unite in this initiative. The institution is well prepared to handle and respond to gender sensitive issues and provide an environment where men and women can work together with a sense of personal security and dignity.

Constitution and Objectives of the Gender Sensitization Cell

The Pharmaceutical College, Barpali has constituted the Gender Sensitization Cell as per the directives of PCI regulations with motto to awareness about gender issues and working towards and creating an enabling environment of gender justice. The Gender Sensitization Cell consists of following members:

01. Dr. Ranjan Kumar Sahoo, Professor and Director, Chairperson
02. Dr. Chhayakanta Panda, Asso. Professor, Nodal Officer
03. Dr. Abdul Sayeed Khan, Asso. Professor, Members
04. Mr. Srimanta Kumar Dash, Assistant Professor, Members
05. Mr. Debendra Panda, Store Officer.

Main objective of Gender Sensitization cell are:

• To make the young boys’ and girls’ gender sensitive and create positive values that supports the girls and their rights.
• To provide overall guidance to the peer group in integrating/mainstreaming gender in all activities of the Institution in the form of focused group discussions, debates, poster making competitions etc.
• To provide an integrated and interdisciplinary approach to understand the social and cultural constructions of gender that shapes the experiences of women and men in society.
• To generate the awareness in regard to equality in law, social system and democratic activities.

Anti-Discrimination Cell (ADC)

The Pharmaceutical College, Barpali is a place where the learning is celebrated every day. The Institution provides everybody with equal opportunity into its fold irrespective of caste, religion, language or based on gender. The Institution ensures that every individual inside the campus exercise equal rights and acquire in the process of offering or receiving education. Justice, Peace and Revolution are the roots based on which the living system exist in the campus. Any act, speech or intentions that perturb the harmony among the people is seriously regarded and dealt on immediate basis to restore the peace. Any such issues if found shall be brought into the notice by email to Anti-Discrimination officer, Mr Ashutosh Meher, Associate Professor at

Constitution and Objectives of the Anti-Discrimination Cell

The Pharmaceutical College, Barpali has constituted the Anti-Discrimination Cell in compliance to the PCI regulations (Promotion of Equity in Higher Educational Institutions), with the following members:

01. Dr. Arnabaditya Mohanty, Professor & Principal, Chairperson
02. Mr Ashutosh Meher, Associate Professor, Department of Pharmacognosy – Anti-Discrimination officer
03. Dr. Chhayakanta Panda,Associate Professor, Department of Pharmachemistry - Member
04. Mr. Raghunandan Hota, Associate Professor, Department of Pharmacology - Member
05. Mrs. Dolley Rout,Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmaceutics - Member

Objectives of the Cell:

01. This cell will look after the related matters (if any) of depriving a student / staff or group of students on the basis of caste, creed, language, ethnicity, gender, different ability.
02. This cell always try to uphold the dignity of the institution by addressing the concerns (if any) brought into the notice related to equality in offering or receiving education inside the campus.
03. This cell ensures conducive environment for academic growth of the people belonging to the Institution and protects the rights of individuals without any prejudice to their appearance or lifestyle in the process of learning inside the campus.
04. The Cell shall eliminate discrimination against or harassment of any individual in all forms by prohibiting it and by providing preventive and protective measures to facilitate its eradication and punishments for those who indulge in any form of discrimination or harassment.

Internal Complain Committee (ICC)

In pursuance of UGC (Prevention, prohibition and redressal of sexual harassment of women employees and students in higher educational institutions) Regulations, 2015 read with Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013 and in partial modification of Office Order No. 449 dated 05.08.2016, Internal Complaints Committee (ICC) is re-constituted as under to deal with the complaints relating to Sexual harassment at work place.

Office Order

The ICC comprises of the following members:

01. Mrs. L. Tripathy, Chairperson
02. Dr. (Mrs) S. Panda, Member
03. Mrs. A. Dash, Member
04. Mrs. B. Debta, Lab Asst. Special Invitee
05. Miss P.L.Mishra, Office Asst. Special Invitee

On receipt of a complaint ICC shall conduct preliminary enquiry so as to ascertain the truth of the allegations by collecting the documentary evidence as well as recording statements of any possible witnesses including the complainant. ICC shall then submit the preliminary enquiry report to Director/Disciplinary Authority along with all the original documents adduced during the preliminary enquiry proceedings. In case the allegations are not in the nature of sexual harassment, ICC may refer such complaints to the Grievance Redressal cell. Chairperson, ICC shall receive the complaints of sexual harassment, if any, on behalf of ICC and shall co-ordinate the deliberations of the ICC on the complaints received.

Grievance Redressal Committee

As per All India Council for Technical Education (Establishment of Mechanism for Grievance Redressal) Regulations, 2012, F. No. 37-3/ Lega112012, dated 25.05.2012, Institution is pleased to constitute a Grievance Redressal Committee comprising of the following with details given as under, to address the complaints of the students.

Grievance Redressal Committee

• Dr. Ranjan Kumar Sahoo, Director
• Dr. Chhayakanta Panda, Associate Professor
• Mr. Ashutosh Meher, Associate Professor
• Mr. Ashutosh Padhan, Assistant Professor
• Mr. Abhinash Kumar Sahu, Assistant Professor
• Mr. Ganesh Chandra Meher, Guardian
• Mr. Smruti Ranjan Dash, Student Representative

The Committee formed will deal with the complaints as listed below.

(a) Any admission contrary to merit determined in accordance with the declared admission policy of the Institution.
(b) Irregularity in the admission process adopted by the Institution.
(c) Refusing admission in accordance with the declared admission policy of the Institution.
(d) Non-publication of prospectus, as specified.
(e) Publishing any information in the prospectus, which is false or misleading and not based on facts?
(f) Withholding or refusing to return any document in the form of certificates of degree, diploma or any other award or other document deposited with it by a person for the purpose of seeking admission in the Institution, with a view to induce or compel such person to pay any fee or fees in respect of any course or program of study which such person does not intend to pursue.
(g) Demand of money in excess of that specified in the declared admission policy or approved by the competent authority to be charged by Institution.
(h) Breach of the policy for reservation in admission as may be applicable.
(i) Complaints, of alleged discrimination of students, from the Scheduled Castes, the Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Classes, Women, Minority or Disabled categories.
(j) Delay in conduct of examinations or declaration of results beyond that specified in the academic calendar.
(k) On provision of student amenities as may have been promised or required to be provided by Institution.
(l) Denial of quality education as promised at the time of admission or required to be provided.
(m) Non-transparent or unfair evaluation practices.
(n) Harassment and victimization of students, including sexual harassment.