Bandipora, Mar 28 (KNO): In a bid to fight the COVID-19 in district Bandipora, an MBA pass out from the University of Kashmir has developed a website where students and travelers can self-report their travel history.
The website also provides options for volunteer registration and doctors and paramedics volunteer registration as well.
According to wire service—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), the website was created by Mehran Sofi who hails from Naz Colony locality of Bandipora. He has done Masters in Business Administration from the University of Kashmir.
Mehran Sofi successfully developed the website and named it as findcovidbandipora.in. He has donated the website to district administration Bandipora to help fight the pandemic in the district.
Speaking to KNO, Mehran said he created the website with an aim to fight the COVID-19 and help trace those students and travellers who have arrived from outside Kashmir and are yet to report their travel history.
He said that he has also added some other options in the website wherein people can register as volunteers and doctors and paramedics can also register themselves as volunteers to work with the administration in this crisis situation.
He said it will definitely help the administration to reach out to those students and travelers who are yet to report their travel history in the district.
Mehran said that it took him two days to create the website because of slow internet speed as there is 2G internet connectivity in Jammu and Kashmir.
He urged the government to try and restore the $G internet services so that people will come up with more such ideas and initiatives which will help in fighting this deadly virus.
He said there is another option of emergency helpline numbers of district administration on the website which will make it easy for the people to reach to the admin in emergency situations—(KNO)