COVID-19 Student Helpline Portal Launched by AICTE MHRD 2020

COVID-19 Student Helpline Portal by AICTE MHRD 2020 @helpline.aicte-india.org, state wise helpline numbers, assess test, institute / city services, developer info

The Ministry of Human Resource Development under the central government has come up with the COVID-19 student portal. This site has been launched by HRD minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank to help students tackle the spread of coronavirus on the April 2020. The main purpose of starting the portal is to assist students who are having problems as colleges and hotels are closed due to lockdown for the pandemic. The emergency numbers including other information available on the site shall help the students. 

COVID-19 Student Helpline Portal helpline.aicte-india.org 

The All India Council for Technical Education has come up with MHRD COVID-19 Student Helpline Portal through which it can address different issues raised by students. However, the portal has been developed by two students, and they are Ahivanshu and Akash studying under Graphic Era University. 

In addition to this, students can also look for the initiatives taken on the grounds of COVID-19 by IITs, Coronavirus Self Assess Test offering other relevant services.

Details of MHRD AICTE COVID-19 Student Helpline Portal

Through the launch of the portal, people can offer help to the students at this hour of lockdown. The kind of support includes food, accommodation, examinations, health transport, harassment, scholarships, online classes, and the like.

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Benefits of the portal

  • One can get access to MHRD AICTE COVID-19 helpline portal click here
  • As the homepage of the helpline shows up, one has to enter the city to proceed in the link further
  • After selecting the city name from the drop-down list, one can click on the continue option
  • From the menu comes, one can choose like online virtual classes, class-related problems, library, books, scholarship issues, and others

With the launch of the portal, almost 6500 colleges have come up to offer help to the students at this hour of lockdown. However, to help students in difficulty, the online portal would be easy to go through and get connected with them easily. 

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Who helped develop COVID-19 Student Helpline Portal?

The helpline portal has been designed for the help of the people as follows

  1. M.P. Poonia, Vice Chairman (AICTE)
  2. Buddha Chandrashekhar, Chief Coordinating Officer (AICTE)
  3. Anil D. Sahasrabudhe, Chairman (AICTE)
  4. Akash Pandey, Intern at AICTE (Graphic Era University)
  5. Shivanshu Gupta, Intern at AICTE (Graphic Era University)

What are the grounds on which would be helped via the portal?

Students can ask for help on different grounds and some of them are given below

  • Related to scholarship
  • Library and books
  • Online virtual class
  • Placement related 
  • Class related
  • Accomodation
  • Internet connectivity
  • Harassment 
  • Internet connection 
  • Health and medical 
  • Academic calendar-related
  • Transportation 

COVID-19 Self Assess Test

If students wish to take a Corona virus test, they can try the self-assessment test through the test link available at here

Through the site, students can also search for the initiatives taken by IITs and other institutes at this hour of lockdown. 

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State wise Helpline Numbers under COVID-19

The helpline number of central is 91-11-23978046. Below is a list of the numbers for help from other territories.

Name of State

Helpline Numbers

Andhra Pradesh

0866-2410978

Arunachal Pradesh

9436055743

Assam

6913347770

Bihar

104

Chhattisgarh

104

Goa

104

Gujarat

104                   

Haryana

8558893911

Himachal Pradesh

104

Jharkhand

104

Karnataka

104

Kerala

0471-2552056

Madhya Pradesh

104

Maharashtra

020-26127394

Manipur

3852411668

Meghalaya

108

Mizoram

102

Nagaland

7005539653

Odisha

9439994859

Punjab

104

Rajasthan

0141-2225624

Sikkim

104

Tamil Nadu

044-29510500

Telangana

104

Tripura

0381-2315879

Uttarakhand

104

Uttar Pradesh

18001805145

West Bengal

1800313444222

Name of Union Territory

Helpline Number

Andaman and Nicobar Islands

03192-232102

Chandigarh

9779558282

Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu

104

Delhi

011-22307145

Jammu and Kashmir

01912520982, 0194-2440283

Ladakh

01982256462

Lakshadweep

104

Puducherry

104

However, until the 4th of April 2020, there has been a total of 2301 COVID-19 cases in India only, and there are 56 death cases that have been recorded by the health ministry. Even the high educational institutes are offering help to the government healthcare centers by giving better research work that can help them combat the spread of the disease better. Other than this, NGOs, philanthropists, and social organizations are also helping by offering support. So, they can contact via cconeat@aicte-india.org. 

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