Students belonging to the North Eastern Students House for Women (NESHW) after the pressure to vacate the hostel amid lockdown got University’s support. The Students of North Eastern Students House for Women were being forced to vacate the hostel as soon as possible instead of the ongoing pandemic where the entire country is under lockdown.
These students were being asked to vacate the hostel before lockdown. Most of the girls left the hostel whereas 13 girls are still in the NESHW. These girls belong to Meghalaya, Assam, Tripura< and West Bengal.
This is because as the contract of the mess that is being provided to the students has been over also the renovation process has to be started in the hostel premises.
But soon as the news came to light, the University of Delhi graved its horses and published a press release stating that University is in support of the students residing in the NESHW Hostel of Delhi.
“The Residents of North Eastern Student’s House for Women (NESHW) have been contacted and assured that the University is with them in this testing time.The University of Delhi is committed to the security and safety of all the residents of NESHW. Essential services are continued to be provided. They are safe and secure in the hostel premises”, the University’s Proctor stated.