Educational City, Kota is making all the efforts for the homecoming of the students during Corona Virus lockdown. Rajasthan government, Kota district administration and Allen Career Institute are creating a new benchmark by uniting students with their parents. Every day the students are departed for their home town. Permission for the special train has also been granted for the students of Kota coaching. 952 students of Jharkhand have been departed for Ranchi by special train from Kota railway station. While another special train will leave on Saturday. On Friday, the students of Odisha were departed in 10 buses whereas 40 buses from Delhi reached Kota to pick up the students.
Single trip migrant special train
The single trip migrant special train departed from platform number 4 of Kota Junction at 10.00 pm which will reach Ranchi via Guna, Katni, Mudwara, Bilaspur at 7.00 pm on Saturday. There is no commercial halt for this train. Therefore, no person will be allowed to board this train. In this special train, there are 24 coaches including 2 coaches SLR, 4 coaches of second general category and 18 coaches of sleeper class. 952 students were departed for Ranchi in this train.
The train will leave for Dhanbad on 2nd May
The single trip migrant special train for Bokaro, Dhanbad, Giridih, Koderma, Dumka, Deoghar, Jamtara, Goda, Sahebganj, Pakur will also leave on Saturday.
Students left for Odisha in 10 buses
Odisha students departed for their home town from Allen Sakar Campus and Allen Sangyan Campus on Friday. While following lockdown rules and social distancing, 281 students of Odisha were departed in 10 buses. Earlier on Thursday, 114 students left in 4 buses.
Delhi students will leave on Saturday
After Maharashtra and Jharkhand now Delhi has come forward for the homecoming of the students. Sh Arvind Kejriwal tweeted in this regard on Thursday. After this, a convoy of 40 buses was sent to Kota for the students. These buses will leave with the students for Delhi on Saturday.
Thanks on behalf of Allen and Kota
Sh Naveen Maheshwari, Director of Allen Career Institute, said that this historical work is being done for the students of Kota. We thank Central Government, Rajasthan Government and Government of Jharkhand on behalf of Kota for thinking about the students and arranging special train for them during the lockdown. We demand a similar arrangement for Bihar students so that they can reach their home safely.
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