Colleges of Delhi University are collecting data of students who have lost their parents due to corona infection to help such students for university education.
DU to give free education to students who lost their parents to Covid
<p style="text-align: justify;"Paying tribute to the employees and students of the University who died of COVID-19, Acting Vice Chancellor PC Joshi said that the University is working to clear the payments of the deceased employees as well as all the students of Delhi University who died of the Corona pandemic. Those who have lost their parents because of it will be provided free education as long as they are in the university.
collection of data may take time
<p style="text-align: justify;"It is worth noting that the DU administration on Monday asked the colleges to provide information about the number of students who have lost one or both of their parents to the infection. At the same time, many college principals say that at present, the semester examinations are going on and due to the corona epidemic, physical contact with the students is not possible, so it may take some time to collect this data.
DU starts tele-counselling for COVID-19 affected people
<p style="text-align: justify;"Along with this, Delhi University has also started an online tele-counselling initiative for persons and families affected by COVID-19 in collaboration with District Magistrate (Central District) through helpline number 1149127700. The objective of this initiative is to provide counseling advice and emotional support for rehabilitation of people affected by COVID, while DU Registrar Vikas Gupta said, “We are currently in the process of taking stock of the situation, collecting data, and This process may take some time."
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