Sexual Harassment Of Women Employee/Students At Workplace/University
“Sexual harassment” includes any one or more or all the following unwelcome acts or behaviour (whether directly or by implication) namely:
- any unwelcome physical, verbal or non-verbal conduct of sexual nature;
- demand or request for sexual favours;
- making sexually coloured remarks;
- showing pornography; or
- Physical contact and advances.
Any one (or more than one or all) of the following circumstances, if it occurs or is present in relation or connected with any behaviour that has explicit or implicit sexual undertones:
- implied or explicit promise of preferential treatment for sexual favours;
- implied or explicit threat of detrimental treatment in the conduct of work;
- implied or explicit threat about the present or future status of the person concerned;
- creating an intimidating offensive or hostile learning environment;
- humiliating treatment likely to affect the health, safety, dignity or physical integrity of the person concerned
Internal Complaints Committee
|Members||Mail Id||Contact Number|
|Dr. Sunita Routray, Associate|
|Dr. Sasmita Mishra,|
Associate Professor, MBA
|Mrs. Soumya Mishra,|
Assistant Professor, ETC
|Mrs. Priyanka Sen,|
Assistant Professor, EE
|Dr. Lalitha Sarma,|
Assistant Professor, HSS
|Mr. Debendra Prasad Mishra,|
|Dr. Amaresh Chandra Panda, |
|Mrs Manasi Parhi,|
Member from NGO
Punishment And Compensation If Found Guilty By Internal Complaint Committee
- Disciplinary action in accordance with service rules.
- Where such conduct amounts to a specific offense under Indian Penal Code appropriate action in accordance with law.
- Payment of compensation which shall be recovered from the offender.