POLICY ON SEXUAL HARASSMENT
This includes all forms of gender violence, sexual harassment, and discrimination on the basis of gender. Every member is expected to be aware of the commitment to the right to freedom of expression and association, it strongly supports gender equality and opposes any form of gender discrimination and violence.
The Supreme Court of India, in a landmark judgment in August 1997 (Vishaka & others vs. the State of Rajasthan & others) stated that every instance of sexual harassment is a violation of “Fundamental Rights” under Articles 14, 15, and 21 of the Constitution of India, and amounts to a violation of the “Right to Freedom” under Article 19 (1)(g).
Another Supreme Court Judgment in January 1999 (Apparel Export Promotion Council vs. Chopra) has stated that sexually harassing behaviour “needs to be eliminated as there is no compromise on such violations”.
The Supreme Court further reiterated that sexual harassment “is a violation of the fundamental right to gender equality and the right to life and liberty”.
Based on these, the Bangalore University, to which the college is affiliated, made it mandatory for the affiliated and constituent colleges to adhere to the following from the year 2002:
Educational institutions under the ambit of Bangalore university are bound by the same directive.
Following this, S.N.BHAT College of Commerce & Business Management, being committed to uphold the Constitutional mandate ensuring the above mentioned human rights, adopted the following policy.
Declaration of Policy. –
S.N.BHAT College of COMMERCE & BUSINESS MANAGEMENT, shall value the dignity of every individual, enhance the development of its human resources, guarantee full respect for human rights, ensures the full enforcement of “Fundamental Rights” under articles 14, 15, 19(1) (g) and 21 of the Constitution of India , and uphold the dignity of workers, employees, applicants for employment, students or those undergoing training, instruction or education. Towards this end, all forms of sexual harassment in the employment, education or training environment are hereby declared unlawful.
OBJECTIVES OF THE POLICY
It is discriminatory for instance when the woman has reasonable grounds to believe that her objection would disadvantage her in connection with her employment or work or
Studentship including recruiting or promotion or academics when it creates a hostile work environment.
Adverse consequences might be visited if the victim does not consent to the conduct in question or raises any objection thereto.
The rules and regulations outlined in this policy shall be applicable to all complaints of sexual harassment made:
FUNCTIONS OF THE COMMITTEE
Anti – Sexual Harassment Committee
|01||Chair Person||Prof. S N Bhat Founder Secretary S N Bhat Group of Institutions||Snbhat2008@gmail.com|
|02||Member||Dr. Ramakrishna Bhat K Principal, S.N.Bhat College of Commerce & Business Managementemail@example.com|
|03||Member||Sri. Muninanjappa B M Vice Principal, S.N.Bhat College of Commerce & Business Managementfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|04||Student Member||Punith S|
|B.Com V Semester|
|B.Com III Semester|