- More than 27000 students reached home safely in 13 days
- Students are residents of 14 states and 4 union territories.
- 12000 students of Uttar Pradesh were departed in 406 buses
- 500 Uttarakhand students left in 20 buses
- 2844 Madhya Pradesh students departed in 110 buses
- 400 students of Gujarat left in 15 buses
- 44 students of Dadar Nagar Haveli and Daman Diu left in 3 buses
- 2335 students of Rajasthan departed in 91 buses
- 389 students reached Assam in 18 buses
- 771 students reached Haryana in 29 buses
- 397 students were departed for Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh in 15 buses
- 152 students of Punjab-Chandigarh left in 7 buses
- 2247 students of Chattisgarh were departed in 82 buses
- 162 Karnataka students departed in 7 buses
- 2368 students of West Bengal departed in 83 buses
- 44 students of Odisha (Rourkela) departed in 4 buses
- 1204 students of Maharashtra departed in 58 buses
While the world is locked due to the fear of Coronavirus and everything is shut, amidst the outbreak, ALLEN Career Institute under its social concern is working day and night to help the students of the City. With the cooperation of the Rajasthan government and the efforts of the district administration along with Allen Career Institute, 27000 students have been departed successfully from Kota in the last 13 days. This includes students from 14 states and 4 union territories across the country. After the successful departure and homecoming, students are thanking Kota and Allen, while the efforts of various states have also been appreciated.
On Thursday, 114 students were departed for Rourkela, Odisha in 4 buses. At the same time, students of 4 districts of Odisha left on Friday morning. Whereas the students of Maharashtra departed in the afternoon. 1204 students of Maharashtra were departed in 58 buses from Allen Sakar Campus, Allen Satyarth Campus and Allen Sangyan Campus. Now about 15,000 students from Bihar, Jharkhand, Delhi, Northeast and Odisha are left in Kota. Out of which about 12000 students are from Bihar.
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Maharashtra thanks Kota for taking care of the students more than parents
Smt. Supriya Sule, MP from Baramati and daughter of former Maharashtra Chief Minister, veteran leader Sh Sharad Panwar and Cabinet Minister of Maharashtra Government, Sh Jayant Patil, spoke to Allen Students on video call before the students were departed. They discussed the studies in Kota and arrangements during their stay here. Students said that there is every facility available in Kota but they are missing home as students are leaving for their home town. The students appreciated the arrangements in Kota and facilities provided by Allen. They said Allen did not let us have any problem here.
Smt Supriya Sule also spoke to Allen’s Building Principal Sh Manak Mehta. She expressed her gratitude to Kota. Sh Manak Mehta told that every bus leaving from Kota is being sanitized. Thermal scanning of students is being done. Simultaneously masks are being distributed. The students are being given the meal along with snacks. After this, Smt Supriya Sule said that Kota has given love to the students more than the parents. I thank Kota on behalf of the parents of Maharashtra.
Similarly, Sh Jayant Patil also praised the arrangements of Kota and Allen and said that the student will not face any problems while travelling. We will take care of every student just like Kota did.
Kota is ready to help every student: Sh Naveen Maheshwari
Allen Director, Sh Naveen Maheshwari said that Allen Career Institute is committed to take care of every student. Students’ problem is our problem and it is our duty to solve it. We want every student to be with their parents during this critical time. We thank the Government of Maharashtra, Chief Minister Sh Uddhav Thackeray, respected Supriya Sule Ji and Jayant Patil ji for helping us to reunite the students with their parents.