Anti Ragging Cell

Ragging is a disturbing reality in the higher education system of our country. Despite the fact that over the years ragging has claimed hundreds of innocent lives and has ruined careers of thousands of bright students, the practice is still perceived by many as a way of ‘familiarization’ and an ‘initiation into the real world’ for young college-going students.

Kannur Salafi B.Ed College, committed to fostering a safe and conducive learning environment, has taken a significant step towards ensuring the well-being of its students by establishing an Anti-Ragging Cell.

The importance of an anti-ragging cell, especially in educational institutions like colleges and universities, cannot be overstated. 


  • The primary importance of an anti-ragging cell is to ensure the safety and well-being of students. Ragging, which involves various forms of harassment, abuse, or humiliation of newcomers, can have serious physical and psychological consequences for the victims.
  • Promoting a Healthy Environment: An anti-ragging cell plays a significant role in fostering a healthy and conducive learning environment. Ragging creates an atmosphere of fear and intimidation, which hampers the overall educational experience and can deter students from fully engaging in their studies.
  • Ragging often violates the basic human rights of individuals. Having an anti-ragging cell in place ensures that students’ rights are protected and that any instances of ragging are promptly addressed and dealt with according to established procedures and laws.
  • Ragging can leave lasting psychological scars on victims, affecting their self-esteem, mental health, and overall well-being. By actively preventing and addressing instances of ragging, an anti-ragging cell helps mitigate the risk of such trauma and psychological harm.
  • Maintaining Discipline and Order: An anti-ragging cell contributes to maintaining discipline and order within educational institutions. By enforcing strict policies against ragging, it sends a clear message that such behaviour will not be tolerated, thus promoting a culture of respect and accountability among students.

Overall, an anti-ragging cell is essential for creating a safe, inclusive, and conducive learning environment where students can thrive academically, socially, and emotionally without fear of harassment or abuse.

Elected Committee Members

  1. Dr Naseerali M K ( Principal) -President
  2. Mr.Lakshmanan K V (PTA) – Vice President 
  3. Mrs. Sudha M (Asst. Professor) -Nodal Officer
  4. Mr.Abdul Sathar A (Parent) Member
  5. Mrs.Anitha PC (Asst. Professor) Member
  6. Mrs.Dhanya PV (Asst. Professor) Member
  7. Mrs.Riji  Vijayan (Asst. Professor) Member
  8. Mrs.Vijisha C P (Asst. Professor) Member
  9. Mr.Visawanathan T V (Asst. Professor) Member
  10. Mrs.Hymavathi T C ( Non teaching Staff) Member
  11. Mr.Abdulla T P (Administrative Officer) Member
  12. Mr.Shahbaz Basheer (Student) Member
  13. Mr.Sahad P S (Student) Member
  14. Ms.Dishya K P (Student) Member