Student Welfare

SIMAT’s committees and bodies for the development and welfare of students.

Anti Ragging Committee

We take the safety and well being of students very seriously. In and around the college campus, ragging is entirely forbidden and an anti-ragging cell exists to provide students on the college campus with a safe and secure atmosphere. Our primary aim is to raise awareness among students of what is ragging, what students’ acts turn out to be ragging, and how it is punishable.

Rule – As per All India Council for Technical Education notified Regulation for prevention and prohibition of ragging in AICTE approved Technical Institutions vide No. 37-3/ Legal/ AICTE/ 2009 dated 01.07.2009

Visit anti-ragging page


HOD - Civil Department


SHO Chalissery Police Station
President, Nagalassery Grama panchayath
PTA President- Sri.Ummer Farooq T M
Mr. Renjith P C, HoDi/c – EEE
Ms. Sreebala P, Asst. Prof – ECE
Mr. Yadu P Dev, Asst. Prof – CSE
Mr. Sumesh S, Lab Instructor – ME
Mr. Vishnu Namboodiri A, Lab Instructor – ECE
Ms. KavyaHaridas –S1 CSE
Mr. Gautham Krishna –S1 ECE
Ms. Uma ParvathiM M–S7 EEE
Mr. Aravind P- S7 ME

Anti Ragging Squad

Anti Ragging Squad ensures that any means of ragging does not occurs in the campus.


Mr. Ratheesh T

Physical Education


Ms. Swathy Narayanan N M, Asst. Prof – CE
Mr. Nisanth P, Asst. Prof – ECE
Mr. Adithyan K, Asst. Prof – CSE
Mr. Hari C N, Lab Instructor – ME
Mr. Shibu K, Lab Instructor – EEE

Grievance Redressal Committee & Grievance & Appeal Committee

SIMAT provides a mechanism to students for redressal of their grievances with regard to their complaints on academic and non-academic matters, grievances related to assessment, victimization, attendance, charging of fees, conducting of examinations, harassment by colleague students or teachers, etc. Grievance Redressal Cell was set up at SIMAT strictly adhering to the guidelines provided with the AICTE

Rule – As per All India Council for Technical Education (Establishment of Mechanism for Grievance Redressal) Regulations, 2012, F. No. 37-3/ Lega112012, dated 25.05.2012

Visit Grievence cell page


HOD - ME Department


Mr. Praveen Kumar K, HoD – ME , Convener. Mb no: 8891441031
Mr. SarathSankar K S – Asst. Prof – ME, Member
Ms. Jayasree N Vettath – Asst. Prof – CSE, Member
Ms. Sreeja P – Asst. Prof – ECE, Member
Ms. Ganga P – Asst. Prof – EEE, Member
Ms. Sini M – Asst. Prof –AS&H, Member
Mr. Sreekanth E M – Asst. Prof – CE, Member
Ms.Anusha N –S7 CE, Member
Ms.Haritha H –S7 CSE, Member
Mr.Krishnadas .P – S5 ECE, Member
Ms.Vismaya K R-S5 EEE, Member
Mr.SandeepSoman –S5 ME, Member

Internal Complaint Committee (ICC)

The Internal Complaints Committee (ICC) is formed according to the provisions of the  The Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013,  UGC (Prevention, prohibition and redressal of sexual harassment of women employees and students in higher educational institutions) Regulations, 2015 and No. F. AICTE/WH/2016/01.—All India Council for Technical Education (Gender Sensitization, Prevention and Prohibition of Sexual Harassment of Women Employees and Students and Redressal of Grievances in Technical Institutions) Regulations, 2016. The ICC’s twin functions are:
  1. To hear and address complaints regarding sexual harassment at SIMAT, and
  2. To spread awareness about gender-related issues and functioning of the ICC in collaboration with the women’s development club of SIMAT.


Prof. Sushma M

HOD - ECE Department

The ICC at SIMAT Consists of the following members

Prof. Sushma M – HoD ECE, Convenor

Ph: 9846277017

Ms. Susmitha A – Asst. Prof – CSE, Member
Mr. Rejaneesh R, – Asst. Prof – EEE, Member
Mr. Ratheesh T – Asst. Prof –AS&H, Member
Ms. Divya M – Office Assistant, Member
Ms. Vichithra U –S3 ECE, Student member
Ms. Kavya Rajagopal –S7, CE Student member
Mr. Akshay P-S7 ME, Student member

Responsibilities of Internal Complaints Committee (ICC)

The Internal Complaints Committee shall:

  1. Provide assistance if an employee or a student chooses to file a complaint with the police;
  2. Provide mechanisms of dispute redressal and dialogue to anticipate and address issues through just and fair conciliation without undermining complainant’s rights, and minimize the need for purely punitive approaches that lead to further resentment, alienation or violence;
  3. Protect the safety of the complainant by not divulging the person’s identity, and provide the mandatory relief by way of sanctioned leave or relaxation of attendance requirement or transfer to another department or supervisor as required during the pendency of the complaint, or also provide for the transfer of the offender;
  4. Ensure that victims or witnesses are not victimised or discriminated against while dealing with complaints of sexual harassment; and
  5. Ensure prohibition of retaliation or adverse action against a covered individual because the employee or the student is engaged in protected activity.

Procedure on receiving a Complaint

  • On receipt of a complaint ICC shall conduct a preliminary enquiry so as to ascertain the truth of the allegations by collecting the documentary evidence as well as recording statements of any possible witnesses including the complainant. ICC shall then submit the preliminary enquiry report to Principal along with all the original documents collected during the preliminary enquiry proceedings. In case the allegations are not in the nature of sexual harassment, ICC may refer such complaints to the Grievance Redressal cell.
  • Where sexual harassment occurs as a result of an act or omission by any third party or outsider, ICC shall take all steps necessary to assist the affected person in terms of support and preventive action. ICC shall comply with the procedure prescribed in the aforementioned UGC Regulations 2015, AICTE regulations, 2016 and the Sexual Harassment Act for inquiring into the complaint in a time bound manner.
  • If ICC concludes that the allegations made were false, malicious or the complaint was made knowing it to be untrue or forged or misleading information has been provided during the inquiry, the complainant shall be liable to be punished as per the relevant provision of the aforementioned UGC Regulations 2015 and ICTE regulations, 2016.
  • Member Secretary/Chairperson, ICC shall receive the complaints of sexual harassment, if any, on behalf of ICC and shall co-ordinate the deliberations of the ICC on the complaints received

Who can approach ICC for help?

Any employee (faculty, student or staff) of SIMAT

Definition of Sexual Harassment:

“Sexual harassment” includes any unwelcome sexually inclined behaviour, whether directly or indirectly, such as:

  • Physical contact and advances
  • Demand or request for sexual favours
  • Sexually coloured remarks
  • Showing any pornography, or
  • Any other unwelcome physical, verbal or non-verbal conduct of sexual nature

More details are included in AICTE order, the link is given below.

What are the possible actions that can be taken against the respondent?
  • Warning
  • Written apology
  • Bond of good behaviour
  • Adverse remark in the Confidential Report
  • Stopping of increments/promotion
  • Suspension
  • Dismissal
  • Any other relevant actions
If you think you are harassed or being harassed, what should you do?
  • Send an email to chairperson at
  • You may also contact any of the members at their phone numbers listed above.

Your complaint will be kept CONFIDENTIAL.

Inquiry process:
  • The inquiry shall be completed within a period of ninety days from the date of the complaint.
  • On completion of the inquiry, the ICC shall provide a report of its findings to the employer within a period of ten days from the date of completion of the inquiry and such report be made available to the concerned parties.
  • If the allegations against the respondent has been proved, it shall recommend punitive actions to be taken against the respondent to the employer.
  • The employer shall act upon the recommendation within sixty days of receiving it.
Useful Documents/Notices:

Committee for SC/ST

The Scheduled Caste (SC) and Scheduled Tribes (ST) Cell in SIMAT promotes the special interests of students in the reserved category and to guide the students to optimally utilise the benefits of the schemes offered by the Government of India. The newly constituted SC/ST cell in SIMAT adheres to the guidelines of the Government of India as communicated by the MHRD and the AICTE with respect to the upliftment of the students belonging to the SC/ST categories and other weaker classes.

Rule – As per the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989, No. 33 OF 1989, dated 11.09.1989

UGC notifications


Mr. Vinay Krishnan

Asst.Prof - ME Dept.


Mr. Vinay Krishnan – Asst. Prof. ME
Ms. Jyothi K K- Asst. Prof – AS&H
Ms. Sreeshma K- Asst. Prof – CSE
Ms. Reshma C- Asst. Prof – EEE
Ms. Akshaya V B- S3 CSE
Mr. Akshay Raj – S5 ME

Women Development Cell (WDC)

The WDC’s aim is to create social awareness about the problems of women and in particular regarding gender discrimination and develop the self confidence of Women. To guide about Women Welfare Laws, assert the importance of spiritual, economic, social, racial and gender equality, highlight the importance of health and hygiene, develop multidisciplinary approach for the overall personality development.



Ms. Sini M, Asst. Prof – AS&H

Ms. Aswathy T K, Asst. Prof – CSE

Ms. Anjali Ananthan, Asst. Prof – ECE

Ms. Reshma C, Asst. Prof – EEE

Ms. Sunitha .T, Office Assistant

Ms. Shana Sherin – S7 CE

Ms. Haritha K – S7 CSE

Ms. Surya K – S5 CSE

Ms. Suhailath T K – S3ECE

Disciplinary Action Committee (DAC)


Mr. JishnuNamboodiripad– Asst. Prof – AS&H

Mr. Prasidh E Prakash – Asst. Prof-ME

Ms. Sreeja P– Asst. Prof – ECE




Students Welfare Committee


Mr. Crecentine J Kannampadam– Asst. Prof – ME

Ms. Sujith M S– Asst. Prof – EEE

Ms. Durgalakshmi – – Asst. Prof – CE

Mr.Athul Rajesh M A– S5 CE

Ms.Tiwngle Domy-S3 CSE

Ms. Meera T M – S7 ECE

Mr.Abeedar M A- S3 EEE

Mr. AbhinavGireesh – S3 ME