The SC/ST Students Cell addresses academic and non-academic issues and complaints received from students belonging to the SC and ST birth categories. The institute strives to maintain an environment where all communities can participate in academic and research activities without any sort of discrimination with respect to caste. In order to maintain such an atmosphere, the SC/ST students cell is responsible for sensitizing the campus community about the importance of having diversity.
The cell aims to ensure that anti-discrimination laws in the context of race/caste are followed in letter and in spirit. The institute is proud to implement reservation schemes as sanctioned by the constitution.
The cell is where any complaints by students about discrimination and/or harassment are to be brought up. We encourage student-victims to feel free to write to the following email address. In addition to by email, one can also consider filing an anonymous complaint at the website: https://goo.gl/forms/F3BKMxkdGu28OGRz2 The cell strives to ensure that anonymity is maintained throughout the investigation. The cell is currently convened by Prof. Bharat Adsul, Department of Computer Science and Engineering and co-convened by Prof. Madhu N. Belur, Department of Electrical Engineering.Useful files and resources:Please click above for useful files and videos. The SC ST Cell Core Committee
The cell comprises of the following members.Ex-Officio Members:
Please replace "[AT]" with "@" (without the quotes). For those departments/centers NOT listed above, the head is the corresponding faculty advisor for SC/ST students.
Announcements (most recent on the top):
Your feedback is welcome. Please write to: scstcell[AT]iitb.ac.in, and phone: 9987466279. As mentioned above, please note: one can also submit an anonymous complaint online using the form: https://goo.gl/forms/F3BKMxkdGu28OGRz2
Kindly note: the purview of the SC/ST Students Cell is limited to students of IIT Bombay in the context of discrimination about caste/race only. Queries/complaints outside this purview are to be directed towards the appropriate body and emails regarding matters outside the above purview are likely to be remain unanswered.