AUS and NIT Silchar finally agreed to be quarantine centre, contributing in the fight against COVID-19 pandemic. Though initially, things are not the same. But experiencing the boundless rise in the COVID-19 toll in Cachar distict in last 48 hours, both the institutes gladly agreed to be quarantine, in the service of mankind.
The Cachar district administration on its high preparedness to break the spread of the virus in the district. The administration also decides to transform National Institute of Technology ( NIT ) and Assam University Silchar ( AUS ) as quarantine centres for the new returnees through fights and other transports. Deputy commissioner Keerthi Jalli visits the institutions to inspect some buildings which would be transformed into quarantine centres.
Initially both the head of student’s union of this two institutions were actually upset with the district administration’s decision. They on behalf of the students, raised several issues related to the safety of the hostel students. According to them majority of the students from other states, still residing in the hostel campuses. Moreover, many students left their rooms and went home, but still their valuable belongings are flowing in their hostel rooms. So it is actually inhuman to just break the locks of hostel rooms and make them available for the returnees. They also puts their earnest empathy to the local administration which is working day and night to check the spread of the virus in the district. Finally experiencing the boundless rise in the COVID-19 toll in Cachar distict in last 48 hours, both the institutes gladly agreed to be quarantine, in the service of mankind.