Chandigarh Metro News Srinagar India
JAMMU & KASHMIR STUDENTS EVACUATION
CHANDIGARH: JAMMU & KASHMIR students stuck chandigarh | Mohali and other areas because of the coronavirus . The students, enrolled in different programmes, had stayed back due to their examinations in March and thought they would return to their homes in Jammu & Kashmir once the lockdown was over, one of them said.We had no clue that the lockdown would last so long and the situation would worsen here in chandigarh also in terms of the coronavirus outbreak. We have run out of money and food supplies, the banks are not working, going out is a risk because the city is a COVID-19 hotspot and back home our families are also worried for us,” Umar Reyaz,. "We have reached out to our public representatives in chandigarh named as KASHMIR STUDENT UNION , operating currently by Mr Tehleel Manzoor ,
Tehleel Manzoor and other representative of Chandigarh helped JAMMU & KASHMIR students to evacuate from chandigarh .
Two Buses left from Kharar today around 3:30 pm.
His Gratitude and Thanks to all the supporters and representatives from chandigarh
The Little Kashmirs
It was around the time I came here, about 3 years ago,” says the 21-year-old, sitting at a cafe in Kharar, a township and educational hub on the fringes of Mohali.
In the years since then, says the Kashmiri from Srinagar, he has become a bit of a Punjabi himself. He likes his butter-chicken “dhaba style”, speaks “reasonably good” Punjabi and has taken to local politics. Some years ago, Tehleel Manzoor, with some of his friends, even helped found the Kashmir Students’ Union in Panjab University, Chandigarh.
I have a lot of friends among the locals. People joke that I have even started looking Punjabi,’’ adds the perusing Btech Computer Science from Quest Group Of Institution kharar,
Kharar, with the dust from the under-construction flyover hanging like a permanent haze, is as far as it gets from the snow-capped mountains and the chinar trees of Kashmir. Yet, for the thousands of students from J&K who study in its institutions and live on campuses and in rented homes outside, drawn by scholarships and the hope of a “normal life”, Kharar is, as most of them call it, “a second home”
follow him on Instagram :
Young entrepreneur from Kashmir
As many employees, especially in the software services sector, are forced to work from home due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the move could turn out to be an inflection point for the Indian IT industry, During this pandemic , Tehleel Manzoor (Young Indian Entrepreneur)From Srinagar City is the Founder & CEO of 8teq a start up company based in India | Chandigarh which provide digital marketing , website development , app development SEO like services , 8teq Provide best webhosting solution india . 8teq also have many sub branches in different country , Besides all these services , Tehleel Manzoor is working on a mission of bringing a changes in the current educations system using new technologies.
Tehleel Manzoor , a young Indian entrepreneur, born and brought up in Jammu and Kashmir. From the days of his childhood, he is quite active and a keen learner. He was born with curiosity and always wanted to learn new things and grow his thinking power. After completing his college, slowly he understands the importance and needs for digital marketing. He started learning from the base and went through various articles, blogs, courses, videos and many more, which can help in growing his knowledge base.
Tehleel Manzoor always focuses in his work and keeps learning new things daily which makes him to stay updated with the latest trend.
follow him on instagram
instagram : www.instagram.com/tehleelmanzoor05