An awareness programme on ragging was organised by Centre for Women studies, Acharya Nagarjuna University, for the final year PG students on Thursday.

Addressing the gathering of students and faculty members, Additional Superintendent of Police, T. Annapurna Reddy has urged the students not to jeopardize their careers by resorting to ragging and eve-teasing. She also pointed out that severe punishments were being meted out in tune with the stringent provisions of Anti-Ragging Act. Director, Centre for Women Studies, Y. Sunandamma said that the two programmes have been organised for the benefit of first year students and second year students on Wednesday and Thursday respectively.

In-charge Vice-Chancellor K.V. Rao spoke. Later, the dignitaries released a poster on ragging. Registrar M.V.N. Sarma was present.

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