New Delhi: In a bid to get rid of ragging menace, Delhi University has issued warning that students will face expulsion and an FIR will be filed against them if they are found to be involved in ragging.

A decision in this regard was taken in a meeting which was attended by DU authorities as well a few senior officials of Delhi police. In the meeting, the university administration and Delhi Police also issued directives to stop ragging in college campuses and hostels. Anti-ragging control rooms have also been set up in South and North campuses of the university.

Anti-ragging posters will be put up on the Delhi Metro and bus stops to discourage the ragging. The victims can lodge complaint at the anti-ragging control rooms.  This initiative has been taken in view of new session which is going to start from July 21.

DU Deputy Proctor Ompal Singh said, “We have asked the police officials to take immediate action in case of any ragging case comes to light. Women police personnel in plain clothes will also be deployed in the campus to keep a tab on miscreants.”

Anti-ragging helpline numbers:

North campus: 011-27665221
South campus: 011-24119832


(JPN/Bureau)