- CURE has evolved from an initial membership of just 4 to more than 340 members.
- Anant Asthana, CURE, Aligarh facilitated issuance of religious injunction against ragging in year 2004.
- CURE recently published its second periodical completely focusing on the theme of ragging. The idea of the periodical is to make people aware about ragging incidents, ragging psychology and its ills thus garner support against ragging. The 2004 periodical was been freely distributed in many colleges around India including the ones in Delhi, Bangalore, Pune, Chennai, Bombay, etc.
immediately, if you want free copies of the newsletter.
- CURE has contact with noted psychiatrist, Dr. V. M. Sharma, VIMHANS for online counseling of victims. Any victim can contact
directly through email through our website.
- CURE has presented seminars at Unnati (NGO) and joined the Panel on SabTV Show, Kuchh Dil Se.
- CURE members conceptualised and hosted DD-Bharati's Show, Meri Baat for facilitating a constructive discussion on ragging in the year 2004.
- CURE had actively pursued Harsh Agarwal's case through letters, email campaigns and publication in magazines to serve as an eye-opener to the society.
- The CURE website is the first online dedicated forum to condemn ragging.