Two buses were arranged by AMU administration for students to be escorted to their respective railway stations. Manipur Students boarded the train from Moradabad, whereas Kerala students boarded the train from New Delhi.
A 34 year old woman was treated by Prof Z Ahmad and Dr Ummatul Baneen, while the other patient, a 45 year old Man was treated by a panel of doctors comprising Prof FS Haque, Dr M Aslam, and Dr Owais Ashraf.
The HRD Ministry has been encouraging academic institutions to make research contributions to aid the fight against the deadly coronavirus.
Central University of Punjab, Bathinda (CUPB) has launched India’s own unique COVID-19 Information Portal at CUPB City Campus
An IIT-Roorkee professor claims to have developed a software that can detect COVID-19 within five seconds, using X-ray scan of the suspected patient.
The faculty from IIT Roorkee and other industry experts will deliver the online classes.
In a social media post, Chaudhury, also appealed other IIT students stranded abroad to reach out to alumni but only when they really need it.
The guidelines have been prepared by Dr Enas Mushtaque and Dr Amina Kureishy under the guidance of Professor Tamkin Khan (Chairperson, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology).
Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College (JNMC) and the Zakir Husain College of Engineering and Technology) developed a cost-effective Infection ‘Protection Box’ to shield physicians and nurses during COVID-19 patient intubations, reducing their risk of infection.
The index showed a sense of cautious optimism about the future with a composite score of +53 for the week of April 1-7.