Redressal of Student Grievance Committee

The establishment of the Student Grievance Committee and the role of the Ombudsperson are in accordance with the guidelines set forth by the University Grants Commission (UGC). The UGC’s regulations emphasize the importance of providing students with a structured mechanism to address their grievances within the university. The committee, operating under UGC’s directives, ensures that students’ concerns are handled fairly and transparently. The Ombudsperson, a key figure in this framework, guarantees that the committee’s proceedings align with the UGC’s stipulations, safeguarding students’ rights and fostering a conducive academic environment. This collaborative approach underscores the commitment to excellence and student welfare mandated by the UGC.

Professor Dinesh Shah, Ombudsperson, AURO University


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