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JNU Alumni Raises Funds to Set up COVID Health Center

Jawaharlal Nehru University (File photo)

Jawaharlal Nehru University (File picture)

The alumni have donated round Rs 48,000 to the JNU Alumni Endowment Fund inside per week.

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  • Last Updated:May 26, 2021, 17:05 IST
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Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi, has expressed gratitude in direction of all its alumni for serving to the varsity to improve its well being heart to a Covid-19 well being heart. JNU Vice-Chancellor M. Jagadesh Kumar, on May 19, made an enchantment to the alumni to contribute to the “JNU Alumni Endowment Fund”. He requested the previous college students to donate not less than a day’s wage to assist the institute struggle the lethal virus. The University in a tweet acknowledged that the administration is grateful to all its alumni for serving to JNU to realize its goal to offer good healthcare to its residents.

The varsity is additional planning to improve the infrastructure to offer good healthcare to its college students, employees, and college members amidst the pandemic. As per the official assertion, the alumni have donated round Rs 48,000 to the JNU Alumni Endowment Fund inside per week.

The University has additionally requested its former college students to donate oxygen concentrators, oximeters, masks, sanitizers, and digital thermometers for the frontline employees. One of the previous college students, Santosh Prasad from batch 1995-2000 (Centre for Chinese and South-East Asian research within the School of Language, Literature and Cultural Studies) has donated 5000 three-layer masks. He is the pinnacle of digital manufacturing providers named ‘Rashmi Rare Earth Limited’.

Meanwhile, JNU has prolonged the campus curfew until May 31 as much as 5 am. This comes after Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal introduced to increase the lockdown to curb the unfold of coronavirus. The Dr. BR Ambedkar Central Library contained in the campus may also stay closed until 9 am on May 31. The campus residents have been instructed to not transfer inside the JNU campus throughout the curfew timings and keep away from social gatherings. Earlier, the curfew was supposed to finish on May 24.

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