Thou art light, fill me with thy light

Thou art Light, fill me with Thy Light


JMC ensures a fair and strict enforcement of discipline. There are several committees that ensure the enforcement and hence maintain the accountability and credibility of the institution.

Zero Tolerance to Ragging

Ragging is an offence and is strictly prohibited on the campus. In adherence to the rules laid down by the University of Delhi (link of the ordinance, Link5), the college has constituted the Anti-Ragging Committee. The Anti-Ragging Committee ensures that no student faces any mental or physical harassment in the College.

Prof. Vibha Mathur Convenor
Say No to Smoking

Jesus and Mary College has declared itself a no-smoking campus. Delhi University has partnered with Delhi Police and World Lung Foundation-South Asia,in promoting a tobacco free environment, as a step in this direction, smoking and use of tobacco in and around the campus is strictly prohibited. The anti-smoking committee of the college ensures enforcement of the anti-smoking policy.

Dr. Ameeta Motwani (Convenor)  
Provisions for Preventing Sexual Harassment

Strict policy framework against sexual harassment is imperative to ensure a conducive and secure environment for growth and development of students.The college has constituted an Internal Complaints Committee in accordance with the guidelines delineated by the UGC and notifications issued by the University of Delhi pertaining to the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressed) Act, 2013 (Link 3 & 6). The committee ensures a conducive and secure environment for growth and development of students.

Dr Reena Marwah (Convenor) 9810824350
Dr Dinesh Adlakha 9868043099
Ms Dolly Kapoor 9910174634
Mr. Fransis Lakra 9810174773
Fatima Kabir Chaudhary 9873137325
Rose Gomes 3rd Year (B.A hons. Psychology) 9315039047
Angela Grace 2nd year (B.Com Programme) 8587062796
Prohibition of Discrimination

Jesus and Mary College is deeply committed to promoting inclusiveness. It’s a space, where students from diverse backgrounds come together and experience equal access to opportunities.

Discrimination can take place in multiple forms. The college has different committees to address these disparities and prevent discrimination.

Equal Opportunity Cell

The College has an Equal Opportunity Cell which looks after the interests of the students with special needs. Special support is provided to slow learners and those who need additional help through a variety of means such as remedial and extra classes.Funding is given by UGC to run the Cell (EOC).Please refer to the UGC Guidelines for Scheme of Equal Opportunity Centre for Colleges XII Plan (2012-2017) (Link 8)

Dr. Nivedita Ghosh (Convenor)  
Dr. Shefali Mishra  
Ms. Disha Narula  
Dr. Annie Bakshi  
Dr. Devika Mittal  
North East Society

The North East Society specially look into any specific problems faced by the students from the North-Eastern states of the country. The aim of the society is to provide a harmonious environment on the campus to these students, so that they feel at home and can learn better. The students from these states showcase their culture and display their talents in the annual cultural festival as well as other college events.

Dr. Gurmeet Bakshi (Convenor) Convenor
Dr. Bipasha R Lakra Member
Dr. Tanu Parashar Member
Link to the details of North East Society
SC/ST Cell

SC/ST cell has been created in the college to address grievances/complaints of SC & ST students, teaching and non-teaching staff (Link 9). The cell aims to ensure an enabling and supportive environment for the SC/ST members of the college.

Dr. Alka Marwaha 9891361608
Grievance Redressal Committee

The Grievance Redressal Committee also looks into any complaints directed to them pertaining to academics (including errors in evaluation), discipline, infrastructure etc. It is a committee which has been put in place to ensure a smooth interface between the students, faculty and the administration. Grievances related to discrimination may also be taken up by the grievance redressal committee.Please refer to University rules pertaining to grievance redressal committee (Link 10)

Dr. Anu Ahuja Convenor
Dr. Rama Saxena Member
Dr. Shirley Joseph Member
Women Studies Centre

The college also has a vibrant Women Studies Centre which sensitizes faculty and students to a range of gender issues. The Women’s Study Centre at Jesus and Mary College aims at providing an intersectional approach towards creating awareness and educating the undergraduate students about the Women’s Movement.

Dr. Sandhya Devesan Nambiar Convenor
Dr. Aswathi A Nair Member
Dr. Bipasha Lakra Member
Ms. Aruna Bajantri Member
Dr. Maya John Member
Link to the details of Women Studies Development Centre (WSDC)
Discipline Committee

Each case is looked into and evaluated by the Discipline Committee.

Ms. Purnima Topden Convenor
Dr. Anju Luthra Member
Mr. Jobin Thomas Member
Minority Cell
Ms. Lissy Jose (Convenor) Convenor
Ms. Shirley Joseph Member
Dr. Daisy Sales Member