Standing firm against ragging

Published: 21st July 2014 07:52 AM  |   Last Updated: 21st July 2014 07:52 AM   |  A+A-


CHENNAI: KCG College of Technology organised an anti-ragging campaign on Saturday making their firm stand against ragging clear.

A Murugesan, Assistant Commissioner of Police, Adyar, the chief guest, spoke to the students about the perils and the ill effects of ragging. His speech resonated with the college’s anti-ragging culture.

The principal, vice principal and dean (Academics) of the college too addressed the gathering of students. Their words spurred the students to take an oath to keep alive the college’s anti-ragging environment in addition to signing a declaration to this effect. 

Taking the pledge a step further, they took to the roads of the city on a rally to assure future students of the college that the senior batches strongly believed in taking a stand against ragging, inviting them to join the student community.

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