Anti Narcotic Cell

The Anti Narcotic cell of the college has been constituted to ensure a drug- free campus by imposing a total ban on the possession or use of drugs and alcohol by students of the college, within or outside the campus/hostel.

The duties of the Anti Narcotic cell include organizing awareness programmes in the college and hostels with the help of government authorized agencies/ organizations. Educating the students about the ill-effects of drugs and alcohol, encouraging peer policing among students against the use of drugs and reporting of any noticed use of drugs by the students to the students affairs committee are also the duties of the anti-drugs cell.

The extensive use of narcotics within and outside educational institutions has become a serious concern nowadays. Drug dealers target students both as carriers as well as clients. It’s high time for teachers and parents to work against and eradicate this evil force. The highly energetic youth can be guided by educating and at the same time by warning against the adverse effect of narcotics. With this noble intention, we formed anti-narcotics cell in our college. We keep close contact with the excise and police departments and arrange programs to make the students aware of the strong legal force working against narcotics and inculcate respect towards parents, teachers and the Indian judiciary.

Motto of the Anti-Narcotics Cell

“Become anti- Narcotic; help to chain the evil.”

Objectives of the Anti-narcotic Cell

  • To ensure a drug free campus.
  • To engage the students in anti- narcotic activities.
  • Motivate students to become volunteers of anti-narcotic activities in their life.

Activities of the Anti-narcotic Cell

  • Excise department in association with antinarcotics cell and NSS conduct awareness as a part of the clean campus-safe campus programme on issues like ‘abusive side of narcotics, drug addiction, law system and related topics.
  • Ensured no sale of tobacco/narcotic products inside the campus.
  • Conducting Anti-drug rallies
  • Conducting poster presentation on the shocking health effects of narcotics.
  • Inspection of the anti-narcotics cell at the college campus and the premises.

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Coordinators

Dr. Gireesh Kumar G.S

Principal

Chairman

Dr. Jincy Devasia

Assistant Professor (HOD)

Member

Sri. Justin Jose

Assistant Professor

Member

Sri. Anish Thanikkal

Assistant Professor on Contract (HOD)

Member

Sri. Thomas Chazhikadan

Member

Mr. Anurag Pandikkattu

Ward Member

Ward Member

. SHO Melukavu

Member

Mr. College Union Chairman

Ex-Officio

Mr. Anukrishnan B

Student

NSS Volunteer

Ms. Annie Summer Andrews

Student

NSS Volunteer

Smt. Bindhu Johnson

General

Member

Mr. K.P Reji

Member

Reports

2016-17

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2019-2020

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2018-2019

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2017-2018

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2015-2016

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Minutes

Anti- Narcotic Cell 2019-2020

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Anti- Narcotic Cell 2018-2019

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Anti- Narcotic Cell 2017-2018

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Anti- Narcotic Cell 2016-2017

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Anti- Narcotic Cell 2015-2016

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Anti Narcotic Cell Activities
Pukayela Viruddha Dinam
5/13/2015
On 13th May 2015, an Anti-drug, Anti-tobacco awareness class and a rally was conducted in association with Community Health Centre, Edamaruku and Anti-Narcotic Cell, Henry Baker College, Mellukavu. Dr. Bibi Raj, Medical officer, CHC, Edamaruk taken classes on abuse of tobacco and its worst impact on our society. According to Dr. Bibi Raj majority of our youth are addicted to either liquor or Tobacco products during the 1990s and 2000s. but nowadays they are using even unknown powders and even cobra venom was also sometimes used as toxicant. It is very difficult for a growing generation to keep
Vimukthi De-Addiction
3/27/2017
Anti-Narcotic Cell of the college had done myriads of programmes in 2017-2018 academic year. The cell organised a one-day awareness programme on drug abuse and abstinence from all kinds of use of drugs. Especially college students are the major victims of use of drugs. Timely interference of teachers and college anti-narcotic cell helps our students to stay away from these. The meeting held on 24th March 2017, was a joint programme of Melukavu Gramapanchayth and Kerala Excise Department. Morning session classes were taken by Sri. Suresh Richard, Deputy Commissioner Excise, Kottayam. He opined
The worst effect of drugs on youth
12/23/2018
Ant-Narcotic Cell have organised a meeting in association with National Service Scheme, Unit HBC. The session held on 23rd December 2018 was led by Sri. Abdul Jabbar, Preventive Officer, Excise Range Office, Kattappana. In his talk he echoed the worst effect of drugs on youth and to him the most important reason is their broken family relationship. If the youth is not recovered from such worst situations, it will lead to their total loss. That will also seriously affect the future of the state and there by the nation. Fifty-one students participated in the meeting.
Drug Abuses and Deteriorating Youth
12/23/2019
The meeting held on 23rd December 2019 at MDCMS High School, Chalamattom Sri. Alphons Jacob, Excise Department, Erattupetta has taken classes on “Drug Abuses and Deteriorating Youth”. In his talk he detailed the administering laws related to Liquor, Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances and so on. Sri. Alphons also mentioned about the legal formalities regarding medical tests in relation to drug abuse. He opined that the campus community is in high risk in associated with using alcohol and other drugs. A liquor free society can ensure a healthy, happy, peaceful and prosperous