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The Indian government is taking some necessary steps to prevent the spread of the virus. DU VC also came forward and writes to alumni urging them to help in this pandemic situation.


Lockdown has been announced by the government. There is no doubt that this announcement will hit the financial sector very hard. Some initiatives were also taken by the Delhi University to tackle this pestilence. From donating funds to giving every possible help to the citizen’s DU has never back off his step during this pandemic.

Yogesh Tyagi, the vice-chancellor of Delhi University has written a letter to the DU alumni urging to help amid coronavirus pandemic. In this letter, he requests the alumni to help the nation at there best.

The vice-chancellor of DU starts his letter with well-wishing and good health of them and their families. He mentioned the DU contribution in this pandemic.

  • The successful execution of the online classes with the help to faculty and teachers.
  • The process to conduct examinations for the first, second and third-year students is in progress.
  • The preparation of Admission for next year’s students.
  • University is taking care of the students who are stuck in hostels due to lockdown as majority of students hail from different parts of India.

We feel confident our students will have a fruitful session this year, too”,  the vice-chancellor said. The University has collectively contributed one day salary to the PM relief fund, which worth more than 4 crore rupees.

DU vice-chancellor requests their alumni to serve the society in whatever form they can and from wherever they are located. Finally, the VC has encouraged the alumni of the university to share their own efforts in this challenging time to inspire the community by writing to the University on dedicated email ID:


The University of Delhi has started a social welfare program both in the area of north and south campus. The ration is distributed around the needy persons to help them in this difficult situation.

100 kg of flour, rice, lentils, salt, sugar cooking oil and soap in ration to 100 families of Christian Colony near Patel Chest and 100 families in JJ Colony – Shriram Camp, 100 in Timarpur by university authorities 5 kg rice, spices, biscuits etc. were distributed as ration this process will continue in order to help the needy person.

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~Neha Dhingra


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