Monday, January 15, 2018

Clash in Peradeniya University over Ragging

University Ragging Rag Nawaka WadayaTwo students injured following a clash between two students group in Peradeniya University.  

Injured students admitted to Peradeniya hospital. Reports say clash stated over Ragging incident. Recently new student batch entered in to the university. 

Officials have launched an investigation. 
Sri Lankan Higher Education Ministy has guaranteed to wipe out ragging from universities.

UGC Hotline For Ragging

Call - 0112-123700  or   0112-123456

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Beauty of Peradeniya Campus - Click Here

Sri Lanka University Grants Commission (UGC) set up an Online complaints mechanism to quickly lodge complaints about University Ragging, Harassment, intimidation, and bullying. UGC said that every complaint will be investigated and that victims will be offered support and aid. Any member of the university, students, academics, non-academic staff, or administrative staff, can lodge a complaint by going to the UGC website or calling the UGC.

The UGC said in a statement said that any member of the University Community could lodge a complaint regarding incidents of ragging, harassment, intimidation and bullying by accessing the link from the UGC web site securely and confidentially.

It said all complaints lodged would be investigated and victims of such incidents would be offered support and redress. It said affected students could also reach out to the UGC hotline 0112-123700, 0112-123456 by following the instructions provided through the Interactive Voice Response System. When the complaint was lodged, the relevant authorities such as the Vice-Chancellor and Student Counselors would be alerted by the UGC.

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