Students Grievance Redressal Committee (UGC)

Students Grievance Redressal Committee SGRC (UGC)


To provide opportunities for redressal of certain grievances of students already enrolled in any institution, as well as those seeking admission to such institutions, and a mechanism thereto.

Composition and Modus-Operandi

  • A complaint from an aggrieved student relating to the institution shall be addressed to the Chairperson, Students’ Grievance Redressal Committee (SGRC).
  • Every Institution shall constitute such number of Students’ Grievance Redressal Committees (SGRC), as may be required to consider grievances of the students, with the following composition, namely:
  1. a) A Professor – Chairperson
  2. b) Four Professors/Senior Faculty Members of the Institution as Members.
  3. c) A representative from among students to be nominated on academic merit/excellence in sports/performance in co-curricular activities-Special Invitee.
  • Atleast one member or the Chairperson shall be a woman and atleast one member or the Chairperson shall be from SC/ST/OBC category.
  • The term of the chairperson and members shall be for a period of two years.
  • The term of the special invitee shall be one year.
  • The quorum for the meeting including the Chairperson, but excluding the special invitee, shall be three.
  • In considering the grievances before it, the SGRC shall follow principles of natural justice.
  • The SGRC shall send its report with recommendations, if any, to the competent authority of the institution concerned and a copy thereof to the aggrieved student, preferably within a period of 15 working days from the date of receipt of the complaint.
  • Any student aggrieved by the decision of the Students’ Grievance Redressal Committee may prefer an appeal to the Ombudsperson, within a period of fifteen days from the date of receipt of such decision.



Functions of Ombudsperson:

  • The Ombudsperson shall hear appeals from an aggrieved student, only after the student has availed all other remedies provided under these regulations.
  • While issues of malpractices in the conduct of examination or in the process of evaluation may be referred to the Ombudsperson, no appeal or application for revaluation or re-totalling of answer sheets from an examination, shall be entertained by the Ombudsperson unless specific irregularity materially affecting the outcome or specific instance of discrimination is indicated.
  • The Ombudsperson may avail assistance of any person, as amicus curiae, for hearing complaints of alleged discrimination.
  • The Ombudsperson shall make all efforts to resolve the grievances within a period of 30 days of receiving the appeal from the aggrieved student(s).

Committee members with tenure:

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Mobile Number


Dr. R. P. Sharma





Dr. R. B. Verma,





Dr. Shweta Shambhavi





Dr. R.D. Ranjan





Dr. Shambhu Prasad





Mr. Ujjwal Kumar, Student






  • S.N. Singh, Retired Professor and HoD (Dept. of Statistics, Mathematics and Computer Application)
  • Tenure: 01.07.2023-30.06.2026
  • Contact number: +91-9934806751
  • Email-ID:


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