Published: 23rd May 2020
MANUU, Hyderabad sends stranded boarder, non-boarder students to their hometowns by special trains
The University has been coordinating with Police officials of the Telangana Government since the beginning of the lockdown
Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU), Hyderabad has sent back boarder, non-boarder students, who were stranded due the lockdown since March 25, to their hometowns by special trains.
MANUU Vice-Chancellor (Incharge) Prof Ayub Khan has stated that in compliance to the guidelines of Government of India more than 100 students living in the Boys and Girls Hostels and 200 non-boarder students who are living close vicinity of surrounding areas of the Campus belonging to various States/Regions/Districts have been sent to their hometowns through Special Trains arranged by the Government, a MANUU statement here said on Saturday.
According to Prof S M Rahmatullah, Registrar I/C, MANUU said the University has appointed Principals/Incharges of Colleges/Off Campuses as "Coordinating/Liasoning Officers" to make travel arrangements for stranded students at Off Campuses/Colleges of MANUU to their respective hometowns after having coordination with the Nodal Officers of the respective states appointed by the Government of India.
He further informed that there are few students stranded at off campuses who will be sent to their respective hometown very soon. The Coordinating/Liasoning Officers of MANUU are already making sincere efforts in this regard and the task to send stranded students of Off Campuses/Colleges will be completed at the earliest.
The University has been coordinating with Police officials of the Telangana Government since the beginning of the lockdown. 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 the help and support of Raidurgam Police Station'' Prof Aleem Ashraf Jaisi, Dean Student Welfare said.