Any disorderly conduct in any manner, whether it is by verbal/written communication or by any act which has the effect of teasing, handling with rudeness to any student, falls under ragging. This kind of interaction can be brutal, barbaric and anti-social which has to be treated strictly under the law. Students indulging in undisciplined activities which causes or likely to cause annoyance, hardships or psychological or physical harm or to raise fear thereof in a junior or fresher student. Compelling the students to perform something which students will not undertake in the ordinary course and has the effect of causing a sense of shame or embarrassment.
Even some of the top rated colleges have the gruesome history of ragging. Some Indian states have their own legislations on ragging while other states follow the ragging law in accordance with the central legislations. UGC has its own rules and regulations for curbing the ragging in educational institutes. Go through the UGC Anti-Ragging Regulations for Educational Institutes
Jain University shall take any kind of strict punishment against those who found guilty of ragging. Under such circumstances, punishments as per the decision of Jain University shall be irrevocable. It may include: