As the name suggests, it is a gender equity forum and platform for women to grow and evolve through progressive alternatives. The Forum initiates a space to engage with students and staff members on issues, information and activities that concern women in the context of the workplace. The primary aim is the provision of a safe and secure environment for staff and students and additionally, Unnati also takes up several initiatives towards gender sensitisation and awareness campaigns. The core composition of the Forum comprises staff and student coordinators who run the activities and has all women students and staff as members. The Women’s Grievance Redressal Cell and the Anti-sexual Harassment Cell (SPARSH) have their own constituent bodies which take care of issues and concerns as per required guidelines.
As per the guidelines of the UGC and the Supreme Court, an Anti-Sexual harassment cell – SPARSH has been established at REVA University. SPARSH provides a healthy and congenial ambience to the staff and students of the University. SPARSH was constituted to meet the following objectives:
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The Women’s Grievance Redressal Cell at REVA University is meant to safeguard and promote the well-being of all women employees of the organisation. It takes care of all the complaints and requirements of students. Hostel students and others in the campus also seek redressal for such complaints.
Procedure for lodging complaints
The POSH Act demanded an ICC to be made at all workplaces for the redressal of sexual harassment cases. REVA University has established the Internal Complaints Committee as per the UGC recommendation (Prevention, Prohibition and redressal of sexual harassment of women employees and students in higher educational instructions) Regulation, 2015- 2nd May, 2016.
The Internal Complaints Committee has the following functions:
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