Sexual Harassment at workplace is an extension of violence in everyday life and is discriminatory and exploitative, as it affects a woman’s right to life and safe livelihood. Any incident of sexual harassment must be addressed and dealt with swiftly and strictly in order to uphold women’s right to dignity and a safe working environment. We at MBSPSU take this very seriously and strongly urge our male colleagues and employees to become aware of the meaning and scope of sexual harassment and to desist from any form of interaction that may be construed as unwelcome by our women employees.
What constitutes Sexual Harassment?
“Sexual Harassment” includes anyone or more of the following unwelcome acts or behaviour (whether directly or by implication), namely:
Some examples of behaviour that constitute sexual harassment at the workplace:
Internal Complaints Committee of MBSPSU
|Sr.No||Name & Designation||Capacity||In compliance of|
|1||Smt. Surabhi Malik, IAS Registar, MBSPSU||Presiding Officer||S. 4(2)(a)|
|2||Dr. Harpal Kaur Principal, Prof GS College of Physical Education, Patiala||Member||S. 4(2)(b)|
|3||Sh. SPS Grover Finance Officer, MBSPSU||Member||S. 4(2)(b)|
|4||Mrs Sukhbir Kaur Librarian, Prof GS College of Physical Education, Patiala||Member||S. 4(2)(c)|