Internal Complaints Committee (ICC)
In accordance with the provisions in the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013 the current composition of Internal Complaints Committee of IIT Roorkee is as follows:
|Prof. Rama Bhargava
|Department of Mathematics|
|Prof. P.K. Garg (Member)||firstname.lastname@example.org Phone:5462(O),
|Department of Civil Engineering|
|Prof. Deepak Khare (Member)||email@example.com Phone:5393(O),
|Department of Water Resources Development and Management|
|Prof. Usha Lenka (Member)||firstname.lastname@example.org Phone:5816(O),
|Department of Management Studies|
|Dr. Jeetinder Singh (Member)||email@example.com Phone:+91-9779665107||Institute Hospital|
|Mrs. Sheeba Ramola (Member)||firstname.lastname@example.org Phone:4822(O),
|Mrs. Neetu Singh (Member)||email@example.com Phone: +91-9412158908||Advocate, High Court, Nanital, Uttarakhand|
Who can approach ICC and file a complaint?
Any woman employee (faculty and staff including contractual, casual and temporary) of IIT Roorkee, female students, and any women residing in IIT Roorkee Campus or visiting the Campus in any capacity may file a complaint against an incident of sexual harassment.
How and where to file a complaint?
The person concerned can personally approach/telephone/write/e-mail to any member of ICC followed by the submission of a formal written complaint as a hard copy addressed to the Presiding Officer, ICC within 90 days of the incident about which the complaint is filed. The ICC is required to complete the process of inquiry and submit its report within 90 days of the filing of the complaint.
The formal complaint must contain the following:
- Date and time of the incident
- The place where it occurred
- Name and contact information of the accused
- Name and contact information of witnesses
- Detailed description of the incident
All information related to a complaint will be kept strictly confidential.