Closing down of CGC LANDRAN due to covid19 till 31 march

Closing down of CGC LANDRAN due to covid19 till 31 march

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Aleena Kalal started this petition to CGC Landran

As you must be aware of the Coronavirus outbreak prevalent in the country, we propose the classes to be suspended till 31st March' 2020 to limit the spread of the virus.

The following points support my argument:

1. The college resumed on 11th March after Holi break due to which students from their respective homes in different states have returned to university. We also have students from corona risk states like Delhi, Kerala, Karnataka. Mass gatherings in classes will lead to spread.

2. Mass stays in hostels and using common toilets.

3. Being a responsible institute and an institute of national importance, CGC LANDRAN should take immediate, concrete and effective actions for prevention of the spread on the novel Coronavirus.

4. Also various centrally funded institutes all over the nation had also taken steps and classes are being suspended to prevent this spread.

5. As we already know, exams are scheduled in the month of April. To avoid delay in exams (if the virus keeps spreading like this), its necessary that the college declares suspension now.

6. Since we have students from all over the country and from other countries like China, Nepal, we are more prone towards COVID-19.

This petition keeps in mind the best interest of whole CGC LANDRAN. Single case coming from other state due to travel after holidays can lead to spread of this epidemic in whole institute. We request you to please make the arrangements for screening of students or anyone entering hostels or institute.

Even Capt. Amarinder singh have given the orders to close the school and colleges but our institution is not taking any rights.

Kindly take some action as soon as possible and close the college till 31 march

Regards,

Student Community

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