Celebrities Supporting Our Movement

Bollywood Celebrities like Mr. Suneil Shetty, Mr. Salman Khan, Ms. Amrita Rao and Mr. Amol Gupte have joined the cause.
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Some other big celebrities also expressed their views on Ragging. Some had faced it, too.

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Mr. Aamir Khan & Satyamev Jayate

joined hands with us for the cause. SAVE feels proud for being invited for the Satyamev Jayate, Season 3, Episode 6
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Gaurav Singhal, an IIT-ian and a key functionary of SAVE represented us there.


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Spreading the Winds of Change !

SAVE has been reaching out to Colleges & Universities across India to spread the awareness, to get them involved in the process and to bring about the CHANGE.

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Invitation from the National Human Rights Commission

SAVE is very much thankful to the National Human Rights Commission, India for their kind invitation to our Hony. Legal Head to be a key speaker at their National Seminar in 2015.

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From VCs to Parents to Students & All

The menace of ragging is deep-rooted. To eradicate the menace of ragging, all stakeholders need to be encouraged and involved. SAVE reaches out to administrators, to students, parents as well as to the media for addressing the issue as comprehensively as we can.

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Acknowledgement from the Media

SAVE feels glad and thankful to the media for their continuous supports to this cause.

Both print and electronic media have acknowledged us in their reports.


Regional, National as well as many International media have covered us in their stories.

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'Be The Change'

"To deny people their human rights is to challenge their very humanity"


Society Against Violenece in Education (SAVE) is a Non-Profit Organization working for the eradication of 'Ragging' from educational institutions.
We want to create a society where students can learn with fun and with dignity.


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