Of the 2,914 complaints, 774 were received under the right to live with dignity clause. The right to live with dignity clause takes into account the emotional abuse of women.
The number of complaints received in July have been highest since November 2018 - a period when the #MeToo movement was at its peak in the country.
In November 2018, the commission had received 3,339 complaints.
NCW chairperson Rekha Sharma attributed the rise in complaints to the increased activity of the commission on social media platforms.
"The complaints have increased because we are very active on social media now and we are registering cases from Twitter and other social media platforms too. We have a WhatsApp number for reporting cases which was not in place earlier," she said.
Among states, Uttar Pradesh recorded more than half of the total complaints at 1,461 followed by Delhi at 338.