Internal Complaint Committee is often mandated by laws or regulations such as the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act in India. The exact structure and responsibilities of the committee may vary depending on local laws and organizational policies. It is essential for organizations to promote a culture of zero tolerance for harassment and discrimination and to provide a safe mechanism for reporting and addressing such issues.

1Ms.S.Shanmuga sankariAssociate Professorhodeee@tjsec.in7373720138
2Dr. S.ArjunanProfessorhodsh@tjsec.in7373720183
3Ms. S.AnithaAssistant Professorhodsh@tjsec.in7373720183
4Mr. M.PrakashAssistant Professorhodmech@tjsec.in7373720182
5Ms. D.JayaPriyaLab Demonstratorjpriyajoshi31@gmail.com77639055445
6Ms. K.E.Mohana PriyaAdmin. Asst.pirieswar1990@gmail.com9499044729
 7Mr. E.Avinassh RajStudentavinasshraj12@gmail.com7550100860
8Ms. J.RekhaStudentrekha19122003@gmail.com9585811579
9Mr. S.Sachin KumarStudentsachin444461@gmail.com9344081900

                The Chairperson shall receive the complaints of Sexual Harassment, if any, on behalf of ICC and shall coordinate the deliberations of the ICC on the complaints received. On receipt of a complaint, ICC shall conduct preliminary enquiry to ascertain the truth of the allegations by collecting the evidences. ICC shall then submit the report of the preliminary enquiry to the Principal. In the event the Committee finds that the allegation(s) against the respondent have been proved, it shall recommend the nature of action to be taken by the Institute.

The following actions may be recommended:

  • Receiving complaints
  • Investigation
  • Confidentiality
  • Resolution
  • Awareness and Training
  • Policy development

            If ICC concludes that the allegations made were false, malicious or the complaint was made knowing it to be untrue or forged or misleading information has been provided during the inquiry, the complainant shall be liable to be punished as per the relevant provision of the fore mentioned UGC Regulations 2015.