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More than 22000 students of Kota Coaching reached their home safely during Corona Virus Lockdown

Educational City, Kota has once again created a benchmark by making unique efforts to help the students of Kota Coaching. On Sunday 397 students of Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh who are studying in Kota have been sent to their homes through 15 buses.


12000 students of UP and 500 students of Uttarakhand were departed in 406 buses
  • 2844 students of MP were departed in 110 buses
  • 400 students of Gujarat departed 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
  • 112 students reached Haryana in 9 buses
  • 397 students were departed for Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh in 15 buses
  • 152 students of Punjab-Chandigarh left in 7 buses
  • 2500 students of Chattisgarh were departed in 88 buses

Educational City, Kota has once again created a benchmark by making unique efforts to help the students of Kota Coaching. On Sunday 397 students of Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh who are studying in Kota have been sent to their homes through 15 buses.

In the holy month of Ramadan, these students will get a chance to celebrate the Eid with their loved ones. The students expressed their happiness of homecoming in the holy month of Ramadan.

Along with this, the students of Punjab and Chhattisgarh were also departed for their home.

The students of Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh were departed at 8 in the morning while the students of Punjab and Chhattisgarh were departed in the afternoon. From the last 10 days, the students living in Kota are being departed for their home town due to the Coronavirus lockdown. The homecoming of these students has been made possible with the coordination of Rajasthan CM Sh Ashok Gehlot along with the state government, Kota District Administration and Allen Career Institute. So far 21673 students of 9 states and 4 union territories have left for their homes safely from Kota.

Special arrangement for students during Ramadan

Allen Student welfare Society made special arrangements for the iftar. The student leaving for Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh were provided iftar packets which included banana, grapes, curd, dates, juice. Also, Wafers, chocolate, biscuits, snacks, water bottles, sanitizer and masks are being provided to every student leaving from Kota.

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Arrangement of sleeper coaches and AC buses

In view of the scorching heat, an effort has been made to make the journey of students comfortable. Therefore, sleeper coaches and AC buses have been arranged for long distances such as Assam, Jammu and Kashmir, Leh-Ladakh, Daman-Diu and Chhattisgarh. So that they can reach their homes safely without any trouble.

16000 students from Bihar, Jharkhand and other states including West Bengal are still in Kota

So far, about 22000 students have left of their home town. Students have been departed for Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Uttarakhand, Assam, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Daman-Diu, Dadar-Nagar Haveli, Jammu Kashmir, Leh-Ladakh, Punjab, Chhattisgarh. Around 16000 of Bihar, West Bengal, Maharashtra, Jharkhand, Delhi and Northeast are still in Kota.

Buses are being sanitized

Before the departure of the students, all the buses are being sanitized by ALLEN Career Institute. Every bus is pre-sanitized from outside and inside by the team of ALLEN Student Welfare Society. After a thorough cleaning, students are seated while following social distancing.

Thermal scanning of each student

Due to the risk of coronavirus infection, social distancing is being emphasized everywhere. In such a situation, sending thousands of students home is no less of a challenge. Medical and nursing staff of the Kota District Medical Department and ALLEN Career Institute is conducting thermal screening and examination of each student. Not more than 30 students are boarding a bus. Even while boarding the buses, students are standing in queues at a distance of one meter each.

Striving for every student living in Kota

Allen Career Institute is making efforts to help the students of Kota Coaching in every possible way. The institute is striving for the homecoming of every student. For this, we are requesting the state government to grant permission to the students for returning to home. We hope that state government will also come forward and take steps to reunite the students with their parents.
– Sh Naveen Maheshwari (Director, ALLEN Career Institute)

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