Freshers are adequately advised on the evils of ragging. During orientation, Heads of the Institutions brief the freshers on the subject and warn them in the matter.
Senior students are addressed by the Heads of the Institutions to ensure that awareness is created about the negative aspects of ragging.
A close vigil is kept on the students at the institution/hostels. The Constituent Colleges have formed common squads (both day & night squads) for conducting regular & surprise visits for a period of 3 months to keep close vigil on the movement and activities of students/hostellers as a preventive measure.
Freshers are advised to contact the authorities (Warden, Principal, Members on the Anti-Ragging Committee) for guidance should they face any untoward situation.
The Yenepoya (Deemed to be University) has installed CCTV cameras at all vital points.
Surprise inspection squads and regular night visits to hostels are being organized.
Notice indicating the consequences of ragging is displayed at all promiscuous points.
Details of Anti-ragging squad and phone numbers of the squad members are displayed so that the students can contact in case of an emergency.