We at INDIRA strongly believe that “challenges can be converted into opportunities with hard work and an integrated approach.” All the student activities are conducted entirely through total student involvement and participation. We at Indira strive to emulate the principles of teamwork and synergy, so as to derive greater benefits.
The Student’s Council is headed by a President and a Vice-President and acts as a guiding system for the Institute’s success. The council comprises of various committees as:-
This committee frequently interacts with the corporate world, thereby developing and maintaining symbiotic relations. It undertakes various activities related to campus placement for final year students and summer training for the first year students.
They organize several seminars on topics of current importance and relevance. They interact with CEOs, Entrepreneurs, Consultants, Managers and Professionals from various spheres of business, who are invited as Guest Speakers in order to throw light on the subject matter, with a view to change mindsets and broaden horizons.
This committee works as a bridge between the alumni and the alma mater, both at the corporate and personal level. We look up to our alumni, as they are our best ambassadors in the corporate world and a vital link in the Industry -Institute relationship.
Students, who are under constant pressure to learn and excel, need space and time to relax and revitalize themselves. The sports team headed by students organize cricket, basketball, volleyball, football and badminton matches, to enliven the sporting spirit and enable students to rejuvenate themselves.
GRIEVANCE CELL CONSTITUTION
Indira School of Business Studies has established an effective cell for redressal of Students as follows:
The grievance Cell is being constituted with the object od setting up a frame work for :• Providing a forum for the students to express their grievance relating to all their academic / non academic matters.
• Imparting a degree of objectivity and fair play in the consideration of such grievances.
• Ensuring a prompt consideration and decision thereon.
• Create a platform where students are free to put forward their suggestions before management and have an open discussion on them.An “OMBUDSMAN” has been appointed to address the grievances, in case the aggrieved students or their parents are not satisfied with the decision of the grievance redressal committee. The students can send their appeals to the OMBUDSMAN directly. The “OMBUDSMAN” shall exercise its power to hear those grievances and ensure its disposal within one month of the receipt of the appeal.
DETAILS OF THE OMBUDSMAN:
Prof. Shrikant Bhojkar,
Flat No.6, B-3, New Ajantha Avenue,
Near Krishna Hospital,
Paud Road, Kothrud,
Pune – 411038Disciplinary Policy At IndiraInternal complaint Committee
ISBS has formulated Internal Complaint Committee (ICC) according to the specifications of “Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace Act, 2013″.
The committee formation of ICC is as per the Gazette of India. Objectives of ICC are:
• To provide safe working environment at the workplace.
• Organize workshops and awareness programs at regular intervals for sensitizing the employees with the provisions of the Act, and orientation programmes for the members of Internal Committee in the manner as may be prescribed.
Anti- Ragging Notice
At Indira, we follow a strict policy against Ragging and any activity resembling to it. Ragging is totally banned and anyone found guilty of ragging and/or abetting ragging is liable to be punished. Ragging is also Prohibited as per the decision of the Honorable Supreme Court of India and directions have been given vide SLP No. 24295 of 2006 dated 16-05-2007 and in Civil Appeal number 887 of 2009, dated 08-05-2009 (Judgment displayed on notice board).
Maharashtra Prohibition of Ragging Act 1999 which is in effect from 15th May 1999, has following provisions for Action against Ragging:
Ragging within or outside of any educational Institution is prohibited. Whosoever directly or indirectly commits, participates in, abets, or propagates ragging within or outside Educational Institution shall, on conviction, be punished with imprisonment for a term up to 2 years and / or penalty, which may extend to ten thousand rupees. Any student convicted of an offence of ragging shall be dismissed from the educational institute and such student shall not be admitted in any other educational institute for a period of five years from the date of order of such dismissal.
At Indira, we have comprehensive mechanism to curb the menace of ragging and policy of Zero Tolerance is followed by the management against Ragging. Student can approach the management and any representative for any grievance regarding ragging. Following is the committee at institute level which ensures compliance with the provisions of the law and takes necessary action on students ‘grievance, if any.Student can contact any of the committee members and to the Director’s office for any grievance.
Maharashtra Anti Ragging Act, 1999
Dr. Renu Bhargava
Contact Number: 020-66759404 /415
|Anti-Ragging Committee 2016-17|
|1.||Dr. Renu Bhargava||Chairpersonfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|2.||Mr. Laxman Misal||Secretaryemail@example.com|
|3.||Dr. Shraddha Kulkarni||Faculty firstname.lastname@example.org|
|4.||Prof. Manmohan Vyas||Member – Facultyemail@example.com|
|5.||Mr. Madhuker Jadhav||Admin Coordinatorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|6.||Mr. Nitin Phadtare||Member -Administrationemail@example.com|
|7.||Mrs. Sangeeta Bobde||Member – Wardenfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|8.||Mr. Yogesh Kumbhar||Member – Student (MBA 15-17)||email@example.com|
|9.||Mr. Pranit Wakte||Member – Student (MBA 16-18)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|10.||Ankita Chowksey||Member – Student (PGDM 15-17)||email@example.com|
|11.||Shashi Kumar||Member – Student (PGDM 16-18)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|12.||Adv. Nelson Noronha||Member – Counseloremail@example.com|
|13.||Ms. Gauri Kulkarni||Representative – NGOfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Anti-Ragging Squad 2016-17|
|Sr.No.||Name of the Squad Member||Designation-Institute||Email-ID|
|1.||Dr. Shraddha Kulkarni||Faculty email@example.com|
|2.||Mr. Manmohan Vyas||Member – Facultyfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|3.||Mr. Madhuker Jadhav||Admin Coordinatoremail@example.com|
|4.||Mr. Laxman Misal||Secretaryfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Sr.No.||Name & Designation||Designation||Office Address||Email Address|
|1.||Dr. Renu Bhargava, Director, ISBS||Ex Officio||Abhinavan, 89/2A,
New Mumbai-Pune Highway,
Thathwade, Pune – 33
|2.||Dr. Shraddha Kulkarni, Executive HOD||Ex Officioemail@example.com|
|3.||Prof Chaitaly Athaley, Faculty in charge||Secretaryfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mr. Aman Kukal|
|Ms. Ankita Chouksey|
|Mr. Aman Jain|
|Mr. Digvijay Singh|
|Ms. Ankita Kushwaha|
Drug / Alcohol Policy
Students of Indira are expected to abstain from drugs and alcohol during their stay at the institute. Violation of this policy will lead to cancellation of admission.Attendance
The Students of INDIRA are required to maintain a minimum of 85% attendance per semester. Any student failing to meet the above standard is liable to get his/her term cancelled and in addition will not be allowed to participate in the Campus Recruitment Program. Minimum attendance required in each subject per semester is 75% and Lack of attendance in any subject also results in Term Not Granted (TNG) for those subjects.
Feedback based on a monthly monitoring of attendance helps students maintain the minimum required attendance.
At Indira, we believe in inculcating a sense of discipline and belonging in the students by observing a strict dress code. Students are expected to wear formal dress (shirt & trouser for gents; salwar kameez for ladies) throughout the week, except on Saturdays which will be observed as ‘casual-day’. On the occasion of guest lectures, seminars, etc. students are expected to be dressed in the Indira uniform (blazers, tie, shirt, trouser). A student failing to adhere to the dress code will not be allowed to attend the lectures and will face disciplinary action.
The boys and girls Hostels at Indira have a set of rules which have to be adhered to strictly by the students. Each hostel is headed by a warden who acts as a facilitator and observer to maintain the discipline in the hostels and ensure its smooth functioning. Students opting to stay in the hostel will have to sign an undertaking in accepting the rules set by the management. Ragging of any type will not be accepted and the concerned students’ admissions would be canceled immediately.