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National Sikh Front donating 550 cotton masks to Jammu University
8/5/2020 12:01:00 AM

Early Times Report

Jammu, Aug 4: A delegation of National Sikh Front today met the Vice Chancellor, University of Jammu Prof Manoj K Dhar and handed over 550 handmade cotton masks for the employees of Jammu University.
While speaking on the occasion S. Varinderjeet Singh Chairman National Sikh Front said that this unwarranted and unexpected COVID 19 pandemic has shakened and frightened the whole humanity across the world and till date it’s best cure is to be Precautious.
Keeping in view the renowned experts advises and govt guidelines carona is an air borne disease and it’s best protection is social distancing and mask wearing so the N.S.F has decided for distribution of at least one lakh masks to the poor, down trodden and needy people especially the students of Govt educational institutions.
He also praised the exemplary work culture of JU, Highest temple of learning, leaving no stone unturned in providing best services to its students in such a hard hour.
While applauding, their services spirit and soul dedication for this noble cause the Vice Chancellor Jammu University whole heartily appreciated the efforts of the Front members and said that Natinal Sikh Front is doing social cause activities during this COVID-19 crisis by providing face masks, to the people and educating them how to be safe and away from the threat of novel coronavirus.
The VC also appealed the teaching, non teaching, staff and students to follow Covid-19 SOPs, especially wearing face masks, social distancing and cleaning hands with hand sanitizers.
Among others who were prominent on the occasion were Prof. Naresh Padha, Dean Academic Affairs, prof. Arvind Jasrotia, Director Colleges Development, Dr. Jasbir Singh Dean Students welfare, Dr. Bharat Bhushan Medical officer, JU, S. Kulwant Singh Bhatti president NSF, Gurdyal Singh Bali Gen Secy NSF and Rajinder Singh Jogi.
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