Actress Kiran Kher says that to stop sexual harassment at the workplace, every institute must comply with Vishakha Guidelines. Actor Kiran Kher said this to the interlocutors, along with fellow judges Malaika Arora and Karan Johar in the TV reality show “India’s Got Talent” Season 8.
Responding to the “To-Two” campaign, Kiran Kher said, “This is happening not only in the film industry but also in the whole world. Such things are happening in media houses, corporate offices, schools, colleges, villages and cities. ”
Vishakha Guilin has the provisions made to prevent women’s harassment at workplaces. In fact, in 1997, social worker Bhanwari Devi had raised voice to prevent child marriage in Rajasthan. In such a way, the dabangans have made a living with him. In the same case, while deciding the judgment, the Supreme Court fixed some guidelines related to women’s safety on the workplaces, it was named the Vishakha Guideline.
Visakhha Guidelines are
• It is the responsibility of every employer to include a rule in their code of conduct to save women from harassment.
• To make a committee essentially for the disposal and supervision of women’s complaint, in which 50 percent of women should be women and their head should also be women.
• The person who violates the rules should take action within 90 days, the interests of the women should be kept in mind.
• In the office, women should be made aware of their rights.
• If there is a loud comment about the physical appearance of the woman, her clothes or anything else, then her rights are abusive, she can immediately bring her complaint to the committee.
• Women employees should get the discount that they can keep the case of harassment in front of all the colleagues in the main meeting of the office.
Is this guideline enough for security?
In every few months, reports of misbehavior with women are found in large offices. It is clear, however, that despite the Vishakha guideline, these incidents have not been fully reinforced. However, the Vishakha guideline has been restrained to such a large extent, but this work has not been done completely. You will still find a large board of Vishakha Guideline in many offices, but the rules given in this guideline will be found to be less space.
There is also detailed article about Vishakha Guideline in Wikipedia.
Vishakha guidelines were a set of procedural guidelines for use in India in cases of sexual harassment. He was promulgated by the Indian Supreme Court in 1997 and was removed in 2013 by the sexual harassment of women in the Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Prevention) Act, 2013.
Prior to 1997, a person who faced sexual harassment at the workplace was registered under section 354 of the Indian Penal Code 1860, which is related to “criminal offenses of women to humiliate women’s humility”, and Section 509 is intended to insult the humility of a woman, a word, gesture or act that punishes the person / person for use. 
During the decade of 1990, Bhavanari Devi, an employee of Rajasthan State Government, tried to stop child marriage as part of her duties as an employee of the women’s development program, community house owners raped her. The feudal VC, who was angry with him (in his words: “a poor woman of poor and potters community”) ‘groups’ decided to teach him a lesson and raped him repeatedly.  The survivor of the rape did not get justice from Rajasthan High Court and the rape was allowed to be released. This led to an anger over a women rights group named Vishaka who filed a lawsuit against the public interest in the Supreme Court of India. 
This matter drew the attention of the Supreme Court of India, “Absence of the domestic laws being occupied in the area, to prepare effective measures to investigate the evil of sexual harassment of women working at all the workplaces.”
In 1997, the Supreme Court passed a historic decision to set guidelines following establishments in dealing with complaints about sexual harassment in the same heir. Regarding sexual harassment at the work place, Vishakha Guidelines were determined by the state of Rajasthan in 1997 in the Supreme Court of India, Vishakha and others. The court said that till the law was passed to deal with the issue, these guidelines were to be implemented. 
The court decided that “the idea of international conference and norms of gender equality