The health centre in North Campus has been decided to be renovated by Delhi University. The basement of Umang Bhawan at the Law Faculty will be the centre during the construction period. However, DU non-teaching and teaching staff are against this decision. They mentioned that the basement of Umang Bhawan has no proper sunlight or ventilation.
A portion of the staff working at the World University Service (WUS) well-being focus has likewise kept in touch with Delhi University encouraging it to rethink the choice. All non-teaching and teaching staff are individuals from the middle and add to it month to month as a protection charge. Devendra Sharma, the leader of the Delhi College and University Karmachari Association, said that on September 12, a gathering of the warning board of trustees was held and the staff were educated about the shift.
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A Geneva-based international non-governmental organization, World University Service commissioned the centre in March 1955. The site of the middle expresses that around 7,200 obsolete college workers, more than 18,500 extremely durable representatives, their wards, and a few inhabitant and non-occupant understudies are benefiting from its administrations. It has been taking special care of 600-800 recipients consistently for quite a long while.
A staffer at the health centre said it has different specialists, labs, and X-ray facilities to attend to patients. The structure that the college wants to move to has a low level, no ventilation, and no legitimate daylight. The latrine office may likewise not be sufficient. On the off chance that any contaminated patient comes, it can undoubtedly spread to others in such a climate.
Construction will take time
Teachers mentioned that the development won’t be finished in a brief time frame. It would require a couple of years, and the middle working from the cellar for that period is not a smart thought. A clinical office needs to observe specific guidelines and the college isn’t pondering different issues related to its choice.
An Executive Council member, Seema Das, further added that the VC house could be well used to run the facility. She said both staff and students utilize the facility for regular and emergency purposes. Other buildings can be utilized; the VC’s house is vacant for now.