Anti-Drug Committee - College of Engineering Roorkee

Anti-Drug Committee

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ANTI-DRUG COMMITTEE

The Anti- Drug Committee of COER has been established for curbing possession or consumption or use of drugs, alcohol and tobacco products by students, within campus/hostels or outside. In COER campus smoking, drinking liquor, chewing tobacco, Gutkha or any tobacco product is strictly prohibited since inception in 1999. Accordingly, possession and consumption of these items, entry in campus under the influence of alcohol or any addictive/toxic material is taken as a serious punishable offence. Our sincere efforts are focused educating students about adverse impact of drug abuse to keep them away from the menace which ultimately appears as silent killers and.

OBJECTIVE OF ANTI- DRUG COMMITTEE                                                                     

“To achieve and maintain COER premises and surroundings by imposing total ban on consumption or use of drugs, alcohol and tobacco products.”

FUNCTIONS OF ANTI- DRUG COMMITTEE

  1. Organizing induction program/awareness programs by government authorized agencies/organizations to educate the students about the ill effects of the use of drugs as well as the legal action for violation of the laws.
  2. Regular as well as surprise checking in hostels, toilet block of cafeteria and few remote/hiding places.
  3. Encouraging students’ volunteer (peer group) to stand vigilant and reporting the case to Anti-Drug Committee with evidence.
  4. Banner displaying Anti-Drug initiatives at prominent places.

 

Do sports activity, physical exercise, yoga, meditation and read good books. Drugs end all dreams. Stay away from it.

ANTI- DRUG COMMITTEE
1.Dr. B.M.Singh, Director COER

director@coer.ac.in

9027916006
2.Prof. (Dr) V. K. Singh, Dean- Student Welfare Chairman – COER ANTI - DRUG COMMITTEE

deansw@coer.ac.in

 

9917094270

 

3.

Prof. (Dr) D.V.Gupta, Dean- Basic Sciences and Humanities

deanbsh@coer.ac.in

9027916007
4.Dr. Kamal Kapoor, Dean- Acad, controllerexamination@coer.ac.in9027916021
5.Dr Sushil Jindal, Dy Registrar (Admn & Legal Affairs) admcoer@coer.ac.in9027916062
MEMBERS
6.Mr. Anurag Singh, Dy Registrar Maint & HA8979317106
7.Dr. Prabhat Kumar, HOD - Civil Engineering9027916005
8.Dr. Amar Nath, Asst Prof Mathematics & Warden6395645260
9.Mr. Amit Kumar,  Asst Prof & Warden9897043291
10.Mr. Priyabrat Kumar, Asst Prof IT & Warden 9897888541
11.Ms Renu Bahuguna, Asst Prof  IT & Warden Girl’s Hostel8433274752
12.Mr Pradeep Verma,   AdvocateRishikesh, 9897340752

 

Immediate and long-term effects of drug use

 Your body

Drugs can have immediate and long-lasting effects on your physical health and well-being.

  • Physical injuries. This can increase your chances of getting hurt or having an accident.
  • Violence. Drugs can increase the likelihood of violent behavior. Drug-induced violence can lead to serious injury to you and to others.
  • Internal damage.Use of some drugs can damage your internal organs, like your liver, brain, lungs, throat and stomach. Continuous use can harm the parts of  brain that control memory, attention and learning.
  • Risk of other infectious diseases.Sharing needles from injecting certain types of drugs can put you at major risk for getting diseases like Hepatitis C, Hepatitis B, as well as HIV.
  • Addiction. When you take drugs, there’s a chance that you could become dependent on them. This means that you might feel like you can’t operate without drugs in your system or that you spend a lot of your time and energy finding and using the drug. You might also have withdrawal symptoms when you stop using the drug. If you use drugs often, your tolerance to the drug might increase, causing you to need to take a greater amount to get the same effects.

Your mental and emotional well-being

  • Stress. You might think that using certain drugs will help you relax and forget about the issues that cause stress. But long-term drug use can have a big impact on the way your brain works, and lead to increased anxiety and stress.
  • Depression. You might feel depressed because of the drug itself, or because of something that happened while you were using. Sometimes people use drugs as a way to cope with their depression, but drug use can often worsen these feelings.
  • Mental illnesses.There is a link between drug use and serious mental illnesses like schizophrenia.

 

 

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