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Purpose of SIP

help new students adjust and feel comfortable in the new environment, inculcate in
them the ethos and culture of the university.

help them build bonds with other students and faculty member.

Expose them to a sense of large purpose and self-exploration.

Address their immediate concerns arising from joining a new institution: insecurity

Develop familiarity with the Institution


Why SIP is important?

To develop a relationship with


students and teachers;

To help them develop a sense of


responsibility towards family,
Institution and Society
Facilitating them to understand
themselves and work for attaining
their goals
Partners in the SIP
Newly
admitted
students
Distinguished Heads of
personalities institutions

Selected Partners in Administrative


alumni the SIP staf

Faculty
Civil society
members
Senior
students/
students
associations
SAGE
Socializing: Meeting other new students, students union,
Lectures by Eminent People;

Associating: Visits to University/college, visits to Dept / Branch /


Programme of study & important places on campus, local area,
city and so on.

Governing: Rules and regulations, student support etc.

Experiencing: Subject lectures, study skills, small-group activities,


physical activity, creative and performing arts, literary activities,
universal human values, etc.
Activities
• Role of education in realizing the purpose of education
• Importance of the course / programme
• Institutions rules / regulations etc.
• Institutes culture, ethos, etiquettes and value system
• Wellness of body and mind
Activitie • Sports, cultural , creativity, art, literally, holistic development
s • Emerging career opportunities and challenges
• 21st centuries skills
• Lectures by eminent people
• Visit to local Areas
• Mentoring
Mentor-Mentee Relationship

To develop a
connect between
faculty members
and students

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Senior Students Responsibility

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community values

Senior Student Responsibility for Student Induction Program


Preparation for SIP at university level

Each institution to have a clear policy

Announce in advance(prospectus)

Constitute committees to prepare details of SIP

Induction coordinator selected before the programme


Common Activity Content
Creative art

Small. group activities involving


performing arts like theatre

Activities relating to
physical fitness and yoga

Literary
activities
Activity
Creative art - (e.g., drawing without seeing, story depiction through sketches;

representing abstract qualities through shapes; making artistic representation of

important people in our life etc.)

Small group activities involving performing arts like theatre (for overcoming

stage fear, improving concentration, developing observation and listening skills,

improvising etc.)
Activity
Activities relating to physical fitness and yoga (light exercises for

having a healthy mind and body)

Literary activities – (e.g., ‘on the spot’ writing on a random topic, story

completion by a group, essay writing, debates, elocutions, extempore

etc.)
Sensitization in

Student Induction Programme


Act Against Sexual Harassment

MHRD HANDBOOK on
Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013
https://www.iitk.ac.in/wc/data/Handbook%20on%20Sexual%20Harassment%20of%20Women%20at%20Workp
lace.pdf

UGC Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal of Sexual Harassment of women employees and students in
Higher Education Institutions, 2015
http://www.du.ac.in/du/uploads/12022018_IIC_UGC-regulations_sexual-harassment.pdf

Gazette Notification May 2, 2016


SENSITIZATION

Gender
Harassment
Disability
Environment
Services and Infrastructure:

• Professional counselling services on a full


time basis.
• Sufficient lighting in and around campuses
• Adequate CC cameras
• Reliable public transport, toilet facilities and
healthy environment are necessary for
women’s security and freedom from
harassment.
• Hostel accommodation must be enhanced
for women students.
• Adequate number of female security
personnel and all security staff must be
gender sensitized.
Act Against Sexual Harassment

MHRD HANDBOOK on
Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and
Redressal) Act, 2013
https://www.iitk.ac.in/wc/data/Handbook%20on%20Sexual%20Harassment%20of%20W
omen%20at%20Workplace.pdf
  
UGC Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal of Sexual Harassment of women
employees and students in Higher Education Institutions, 2015
http://www.du.ac.in/du/uploads/12022018_IIC_UGC-regulations_sexual-harassment.pdf
 
Gazette Notification May 2, 2016
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