After facing difficulties and losing several members of its faculties and non-teaching staff to the Covid-19 second wave, Delhi University is preparing for the third.
The cots required for the covid care centre are manufactured inside the works division of Visakhapatnam Steel Plant.
Disapproving the step, a senior Army officer termed it an act of 'over enthusiasm'.
In his blog post, dated May 16, Bachchan had said the 25-bed centre should be up and running by Tuesday taking into account the aftereffects of the Cyclone Tauktae.
The Jamia Teachers Association (JTA) on Monday wrote to Vice Chancellor Najma Akhtar to start a fundraising initiative to set up a 50-bed Covid care facility.
A dedicated space at Gange Girls Senior Secondary School, Civil Lines, has been created to establish the unit of 20 beds where patients will be receive emergency care under the supervision of doctors.