- About us
- Field Action
In compliance with the UGC guidelines issued vide Letter No. F1-72011(SCT) dated 14 September 2020, the Director has constituted two exclusive committees for redressing grievances of faculty and staff (GRC-I), and of students (GRC-II) belonging to the SC/ST/OBC communities (TISS notification dated June 11, 2021).
The main Objective of the above Committees are to investigate into complaints/grievances received from faculty, staff and students belonging to the SC, ST and OBC communities, suggest remedies thereof and finally submit a report to the Director, TISS. These committees are also to provide all necessary support in ensuring due compliance with the Gol Reservation Orders in appointments and promotion and other benefits admissible to the above categories of faculty, staff and students.
Composition of GRC-I (for faculty and staff):
Composition of GRC-II (for Students):
Prof Asha Banu Soletti, Dean, Students Affair's.
Prof M Mariappan, School of Health Systems Studies.
Harsimarpreet Kaur, School of Human Ecology.
Dr Sarala Rao, School of Management & Labour Studies.
Dean/Chairperson of School/Independent Centre to which the aggrieved student belongs.
Mr. Narendra Mishra, Dy Registrar, Academic Affairs.
Grievances Redressal Process:
Aggrieved faculty, staff and students may register their complaints by way of either submitting a written complaint or sending an email to the LO concerned with a copy to the SO, Secretariat, Special Cell (SC/ST Cell and OPEM Cell). Subsequently, the LO concerned shall forward the complaint to the concerned GRC in consultation with the Dean, EOC, to proceed with necessary enquiry process.