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Gender Champion

Eligibility Criteria

A Gender Champion should fulfill the following eligibility criteria:

  • Gender Champions can be both boys and girls above 16 years of age.
  • Should be enrolled in and regularly attending school or college.
  • The student must have secured a minimum of 50% marks or equivalent grade in the annual examination or must old a school leaving certificate.
  • The students are required to have excellent oral, written, and presentation skills.
  • Should demonstrate leadership qualities.
  • A complete understanding of the socio-cultural issues and prevailing gender norms and practices.

Selection process

The students shall be selected by the Head of the Institution in consultation with the student representative as a Gender Champion based on their intelligence, decisiveness, and honesty which are essential qualities of a leader. The selection decision will also be based on:

  • Whether the candidate engages in hands-on experience and initiatives to reduce gender disparities and has organizational skills, including the ability to manage priorities.
  • Does the candidate make continuous and substantive time management in mentoring his/ her peers and is easily recognizable by students and peers as a supporter of gender equality and,
  • Has to experience in the field of gender equality and in-depth understanding of key issues and debates.

Students Grievance
Redressal Cell

The Students’ Grievance Redressal Cell of Bharath Institute of Higher Education and Research, declared under section 3 of the UGC Act, is an informal channel to address the grievances faced by faculty, students, and women associated with the college.

The Students’ Grievance Redressal Cell of BIHER works in connection with Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC). It comprises of several divisions constituting Grievance redressal cell for Faculties, Grievance redressal cell for students, and Grievance redressal cell for women. Each division in the Grievance Redressal cell works independently but functions under the Grievance redressal committee of Bharath Institute of Higher Education and Research.


Grievance Redressal Cell of BIHER was established by the senior ranked members of the city and serves as a median between students, faculties, and higher authorities.

The cell works independently under the purview of IQAC. The Grievance Redressal Cell addresses the conflict between the complainant, facing an issue, and the respondent, against whom the grievance is about.

Though the cell provides a decision between the complainant and the respondent. The decision to accept the desired solution is an independent choice of the respective complainant and the respondent.


The aim is to create a space, where the students, faculties, or higher authorities with a grievance feel safe enough to share their concerns. Filing or reporting a complaint is an individual choice of the recipient.

The Grievance Redressal is a confidential zone, where the students, faculties, and higher authorities can utilize the platform to their advantage. if the solution offered by the grievance cell seems undesirable, further jurisdiction can be appalled.

Academic Matters

In the case of Academics, the Grievance Redressal Cell addresses issues like timely issues in mark sheets, duplicate mark sheets, transfer certificates, conduct certificates, or other matters on examinations.

Financial Matters

The Redressal Cell for financial matters discourses issues relating to paying dues in various procedures like tuition fees, hostel fees, exam fees, transport fees, mess fees, etc.


The Students Grievances Redressal Cell shall not entertain the following issue:

  • The Grievance cell works in a way in which, if a complaint is registered and if the grievance cell considers no further discussion, it'll be communicated to all the members accordingly.
  • If the complaint is considered for further discussion, the problem will be attempted to be resolved.
  • The higher authorities equate the complaint registered in co-ordination with the Grievance Redressal Committee.
  • Further jurisdiction applies to cases where the registered complaint isn't resolvable through the Grievance Redressal Cell.

Appellate Authority

The prompting and overview of the Redressal Cell are handled by the Dean of Bharath Institute of Higher Education and research as he works as the Appellation Authority.

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