Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) is planning to establish a Kovid Health Center in its campus. To implement this scheme, JNU has sought financial support from its alumni. Vice Chancellor M Jagadesh Kumar said that alumni should be part of JNU’s efforts to provide safety and security to all stakeholders, especially students.
Vice Chancellor appealed to the alumni for financial help
The Vice Chancellor said that, alumni can help in any form. Under this, they can give a day’s salary or a fixed amount of money as help. Along with this, aluminum can also donate oxygen concentrator, mask, sanitizer, digital thermometer for JNU.
Kovid Response Team has been formed
Kumar also told that the JNU administration has recently formed a Kovid Response Team. This team is making every effort to provide assistance to the affected residents and to stop the spread of this epidemic on campus.
JNU in wake of pandemic Need to upgrade health infrastructure
However, to meet the growing demand on the campus, its existing infrastructure needs to be further strengthened, he said. Therefore, JNU plans to further upgrade the infrastructure of our health center and develop a well-equipped COVID health center, which requires considerable financial support. “
The Vice Chancellor continued, “As scientists have warned that this epidemic will continue for some time to come, there is an urgent need to upgrade the existing health infrastructure of the campus.”
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