37 students of Nagpur’s Tirpude College stranded in Malaysia; appeal to PM Modi for help

Radhika Dhawad | Apr 4, 2020 13:13

Thirty-seven students including seven girls of Tirpude College in Nagpur are stranded in Penang, Malaysia due to lockdown. The students, who are pursuing a course on hotel management from Shri Balasaheb Tirpude College of Hotel Management and Catering Technology in Nagpur, have been on an internship program in Malaysia since six months. The students in their letter have mentioned that they went to Malaysia for internship through city’s KK Career Solution Consultancy. Students have said that they are stuck up in Malaysia due to the Coronavirus lockdown and hence cannot return to their respective homes in Nagpur.

The students have appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to help them come out of this situation by coming back to Nagpur.

Below is the letter and the list of students who are stuck up in Malaysia.

Thirty-seven students of Tirpude Institute Of Management Education College in Nagpur are stuck up in Penang in Malaysia due to lockdown.
List of students stuck in Malaysia

Watch the video of the students below:

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