Anti Ragging

Ragging is a practice in educational institutions that involves existing students baiting or bullying new students. In the name of introduction or initiation, millions of students are brutally abused in many educational institutions. Historically originated, probably, to generate fellow-feeling or camaraderie and the ability to work in a team, it has metamorphosed into something else. It often takes a malignant form wherein the newcomers may be subjected to psychological or physical torture.

Ragging in India is a damaging form of interaction of the seniors in college or school with the juniors, newcomers or first years. It is similar to but not same as hazing in the United States, it is not an initiation. It involves insults (simple or suggestive sexual, sarcastic and even physical) running errands for seniors, and many other complex activities. Following Supreme Court orders a National Anti-Ragging Helpline was launched by the Indian Government. Students being ragged send emails at to register their complaint, which can be registered without disclosing the name(s) of the victim(s).

Separate First Year Block

In order to make the newcomers feel safe and confident enough in their new journey,  Truba Groups is one step ahead than others to ensure the anti-ragging act.
The freshers at Truba are provided a separate building i.e. First Year Block, which is specially assigned to the 1st year students so that no senior could misbehave with them even in the lecture hours too.
The building comprises of all the departments and laboratories essential for the freshers, so that the students don’t miss any opportunity to learn theoretically as well as practically. If any senior wants to enter the block, they are suppossed to have an official permission to get the entry.