Students coming back from Rajasthan’s Kota, kept at an isolated place and they are using their time under isolation for contemplating and other valuable exercises. A Student Ashish Rana said that previously he used to invest a large portion of his energy contemplating, however now he is likewise utilizing some time by perusing Bhagavad Gita.
“I concentrate from my cell phone and in save time, I likewise read Bhagwat Gita,”
District Public Relations Office in Ludhiana said.
“Students who have come back from Kota (Rajasthan) are investing their energy at the disengagement place by considering and other helpful exercises. These understudies are directly housed at the Parker House inside Punjab Agricultural University, here,”
Most understudies said that they don’t burn through their time inside this segregation community in light of the fact that neither would they be able to go out nor can meet their relatives, so they are investing their energy by examining and other valuable exercises.
The announcement further said that 22 understudies (all hailing from locale Ludhiana) are housed in discrete rooms, here, and they incorporate eight young ladies and 14 young men. They are remaining here for the last around 10 days.
Understudies additionally expressed gratitude toward the Punjab government for bringing them securely back home. They additionally engaged others remaining in seclusion focuses to invest their energy in productive exercises and by keeping a positive mood.
Kulpreet Singh, Joint Commissioner MC-and-Nodal Officer of the disengagement community, said that understudies are content with the offices. He said that according to the rules of the Punjab government, they are being given nourishment, alongside different offices.
He said that they additionally associate with the understudies every now and then. “Guardians of certain kids came to meet them, yet they were not permitted. A few understudies had requested books, which have been given to them,” he said.