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                                           Equal Opportunity Cell 

Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes have been identified as the two most backward groups of Indian Society. They include all such castes, races or tribes, which have been declared as scheduled castes and scheduled tribes by the Constitution of India under the provisions of Article 341 and 342. Scheduled Castes generally represent those communities, which have suffered from the stigma of untouchability in one form or the other. Scheduled Tribes are generally those who have been living in seclusion in hills and forests, more or less untouched by modern civilization and development.

Scheduled Castes constitute about 15 per cent of the total population of the country while Scheduled Tribes constitute about 7.5 per cent of the total Indian Population. Thus, together, these groups constitute a little more than one fifth of the total population of the country.

Hence, it gives us an immense pleasure to inform that consequent upon ceaseless and sincere efforts of all Faculty & Staff Members of the Institute a special Cell for SC/ST affairs that is also known as Equal Opportunity Cell will come into occurrence from 01.06. 2018.

The Equal Opportunity Cell primarily orients its activities around training and development programs for the students under the reserved category which provide them with supplementary academic support in the form of remedial coaching. Furthermore, the Cell conducts sensitization and awareness programmes on a wide array of subjects ranging from Gender Issues, Human Rights, and Inclusion of Marginalized Groups to Peace and Conflict.

The objectives:

i) To create an atmosphere of Equal Opportunity through awareness generation programmes.

ii) To provide auxiliary support towards skill development and enhancing employability of students.

iii) To tailor development and sensitization programmes to meet the distinct needs of the students.

iv) To expedite legal redressal in matters of violation of equal opportunity.

Advisory Committee

The following are the members of the advisory committee:

i) Chairman- Prof. (Dr.) Ankur Ganguly, Principal

ii) All HODs/ In-Charges

Committee Members

The Members of the committee will oversee and act as Coordinators for respective departments regarding Coaching Scheme for Entry into Service & Remedial Coaching and the other scopes of the Committee.

i) Mr. Debasish Roy HOD & Assistant Professor, Math Coordinator

ii) Mr. Suman Paul Assistant Professor, CE Coordinator

iii) Mr. Abhinandan Ghosh Assistant Professor, CSE Coordinator

iv) Ms. Raina Modak Assistant Professor, ECE Coordinator

v) Mr. Subhra Jyoti Sarkar Assistant Professor, EE Coordinator

vi) Mr. Prasenjit Mondal Assistant Professor, ME Coordinator

vii) Mr. Benoy Kundagrami Store-In-Charge Coordinator