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Hyderabad: Maulana Azad National Urdu University students sent home successfully
After the lockdown, many boarder and non-boarder students of the Maulana Azad National Urdu University, Hyderabad who were stranded during the lockdown since March 25, 2020 have been sent back to their hometowns successfully by the University administration
Hyderabad: After the lockdown, many boarder and non-boarder students of the Maulana Azad National Urdu University, Hyderabad who were stranded during the lockdown since March 25, 2020 have been sent back to their hometowns successfully by the University administration.
Prof Ayub Khan, Vice-Chancellor Incharge, has stated that in compliance with the guidelines of Government of India, more than 100 students living in the boys and girls hostels and 200 non-boarder students living in surrounding areas of campus have been sent to their hometowns through special trains arranged by the government.
According to Prof S M Rahmatullah, Registrar I/C, informed that there were still a few students stranded at off campuses who would be sent to respective places very soon. The Coordinating/Liasoning Officers of MANUU are already making efforts in this regard and the task to send stranded students of Off Campuses/Colleges will be completed at the earliest.
To avoid long queues for students of MANUU to travel through Shramik Express, the e-pass registration facility has been extended at the campus itself with help and support of Raidurgam police station, said Prof Aleem Ashraf Jaisi, Dean, Student Welfare.
Prof. Ehtesham Ahmad Khan, Provost, Boys Hostels, informed the University has arranged buses and staff to drop the students to respective railway stations.
According to Prof. Aleem Ashraf Jaisi, all the students have been permitted to travel after health screening done at the university health centre.
The university is also in contact with the students closely till they reach their home safely.