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Love & Emotional Bond Helped Families

Love & Emotional Bond Helped Families Overcome Covid Crisis:-

After failing to get a hospital bed in Lucknow, Sarvesh Goel had to rush his younger brother, critically ill with Covid-19, to Delhi on April 8.

He succeeded in hospitalising his brother but he too tested positive the next day and had to isolate himself.

In Lucknow, his two daughters also caught the infection, aggravating the crisis.

Though physically apart, their emotional bond helped the family overcome the challenge.

When hospital beds and oxygen had become prized commodities in mid-April due to the overwhelming surge in coronavirus pandemic, it was the family bond and motivation that made many families like Goel’s display extraordinary willpower survive against all odds.

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“I desperately searched for a hospital bed for my younger brother, Manoj (42), after he tested positive, but when I could not find one and his blood oxygen level dropped to 80, I decided not to waste time in Lucknow and rushed him to Delhi. With the help of some friends, I got him hospitalised, but I was also diagnosed with Covid-19 the next day,” said Goel, the chairperson of GD Goenka Public School, while recalling the struggle.

Goel had mild symptoms and he took a room on rent in Delhi to isolate himself. “Then came the news that my two daughters and niece have also tested positive in Lucknow,” he said.

Though fatigued by the disease, Goel’s immediate concern was his brother in hospital and joint family in Lucknow that included his wife, daughters, parents, and brother’s wife and kids.

While staying in isolation, he coordinated help through friends for his brothers and in Lucknow for his family. “I was sick but had to push on because all were dependent on me,” he said.

After 15 days, when both Sarvesh and Manoj recovered, they returned to Lucknow to take care of the family.

Alka Ratnakar (45) and her husband Ratnakar Srivastava (49) got infected on April 21. While her husband had mild symptoms, Alka’s oxygen saturation levels dipped to 65%. After trying for hours, she got a bed in Balrampur hospital. “I was scared out of my wits when the doctors told me that she is critical and if she doesn’t respond to medication in 48 hours, she would have to be shifted to ICU. Thankfully, she recovered in eight days,” said Ratnakar, who, despite being infected managed things at home and regularly visited his wife in the hospital. The couple did not involve their 20-year-old son because he had tested negative and they did not want to put him at risk. However, he was always there for emotional support.

Gyanendra Sharma (61), president of the Queen’s College Management Committee, remained hospitalised for 15 days in a high dependency unit after getting infected on March 24. “My daughter Sonal saved my life. She took me to five hospitals in search of a bed, but when we could not get one, Sonal coordinated with my friend RP Mishra, former principal of Queen’s College, and got me admitted to Era’s Lucknow Medical College and Hospital,” he said.


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Board Exams Canceled

Board Exams Canceled:-

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has canceled the Class 10 board exams due to the growing transition of Corona across the country. At the same time, the board exams of class 12th have been postponed for the present. The result of the 10th will be prepared on the basis of the criteria prepared by the board. The 12th class examinations will be later, the board will review the situation on 1 June. At least 15 days’ notice will be given before the start of the examinations. This information has been given by the Ministry of Education. In Lucknow, GD Goenka Public School and City Montessori School have also canceled the practical examinations of intermediate. Let us know that Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal said, “The board exams of class X, to be held from May 4 to June 14, have been canceled. 10th class students will be sent to the next class on the basis of internal assessment. If a student is not satisfied with the assessment, then he/she can take the exam if the situation is normal from Corona. PM Modi had a high-level meeting with the Ministry of Education today in view of the demands arising from the cancellation or furthering of the CBSE examinations. Only after the decision in this meeting, the Ministry of Education has announced the cancellation and postponement of examinations.

GD Goenka also postponed practical examinations:-

GD Goenka Management has also postponed the practical examinations of all subjects of (Class-12) with immediate effect. This decision has been taken by the school management as well as to keep the students and teachers safe from the corona epidemic. At the same time, the Gonka management has also vacated the hostels and has also released a video statement in this regard.

ISC in CMS (Class-12) practical examinations postponed:-

All the campuses of the City Montessori School have an ISC. Practical examinations of all subjects of (Class-12) have been postponed with immediate effect. Cms This decision has been taken by the management to keep the students and teachers safe from the corona epidemic. In view of the devastation of the Corona epidemic, the CMS on the instructions of the administration The classes in all the campuses of the state have already stopped operations till April 30, although for the convenience of students and parents, online classes from Montessori class to class-12 are fixed.


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Lucknow Ride Winner

Lucknow Ride Winner:-

Jai Tiwari, Kushagra, and Rachna Joshi proved first in proving their superiority in long-distance cycling under Lucknow Ride Winner. Jai won 100 km, Kushagra 50 km and Rachna 50 km proved to be superior in the women’s category.

About one-and-a-half cyclists from the city participated in three classes in cycling which started at 4.30 am on Sunday morning. In the 100 km, Shad Jamal finished second and Amit third, while in 50 km Rajneesh got the second and Sanjeev got the third place. Apart from this, Bindu finished second and Madhubala in the 50 km women’s category. Organizing Secretary Sarvesh Goel said that at the conclusion of the race, IAS Jitendra Kumar awarded the winning players.

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Architectural & Photowalk Competition

Architectural & Photowalk Competition:-

In the Architectural and Photowalk competition organized by Lucknow The Youth Photo Journalists Association and The Centrum, the art of cameras was displayed among the youth. Over 70 young photographers took part in the competition held at The Centrum in Sushant Golf City. In the competition, Rudrendu Sharma first, Satendra Mehrotra second, and Abhishek Verma finished third. Anas Tanvi was awarded the Special Photo Award, while Ravi Gupta and Amit Kumar were awarded the Consolation Award. The competition was inaugurated by Vandana Sehgal and Sarvesh Goel, Associate Professors of Aktu’s Architecture Faculty.

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Road Safety Campaign Launched

Road Safety Campaign Launched:-

The late Safety Be Your Valentine campaign was launched as a road safety campaign on the occasion of Valentine’s Day at GD Goenka Public School. In this, many people and youth of the city gathered and discussed road safety, traffic rules and made them aware.

Shailesh Sinha and Jayawardhan Mishra, the founders of the Traffic People Foundation, said that we all have the responsibility that people can walk safely on the roads. Chairman Sarvesh Goel and RP Dwivedi and school chairman Sarvesh Goel said that the road can be made safe by following safety rules.

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Pride is Seen in Vintage Car Rally

Pride is Seen in Vintage Car Rally:-

Sarvesh Goel, promoter of The Centrum Club and chairman of Mansingh Goel Group, organized the vintage car rally in association with Awadh Heritage Car Club, one of the oldest and most prestigious car rallies in the country. Featuring some of the best automobiles in the country, the vintage car rally started at Lohia Park in the morning and ended at The Centrum, in which the old and classic cars showcased their elegance and elegance. The rally was attended by owners of royal cars like Sandeep Narayan, Abdullah, Udayjit Singh, Sarvesh Goel, Captain A. Chauhan, Surjit Uppal, Deep Narayan, Keshav Mathur, Raman Batra, Amit Gujral among others.

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Classic Cars Show Pride in Vintage Car Rally

Classic Cars Show Pride in Vintage Car Rally:-

Promoter Sarvesh Goel of The Centrum Club along with Avadh Heritage Car Club organized a vintage car rally on Sunday. The rally saw an influx of one-to-one cars (such as Morris 1932, Pontiac, Willys, among others) on the main streets of the city from the old and classic cars rally. The rally started at Lohia Park in Gomti Nagar and ended at The Centrum Club.

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Vintage Car Rally

Vintage Car Rally:-

Sarvesh Goel promoter of The Centrum organised a Vintage Car Rally in association with the Oudh Heritage Car Club, one of India’s oldest and most prestigious car rallies on Sunday. The rally featured some of the most stunning automobiles such as Morris-1932, Pontiac Parisienne-1965, Willys Jeeps, Austin A30 Packard, Mercedes, and Jaguar. The cars lined up at Lohiya Park, Gomti Nagar in the morning and were flagged off to turn traverse through a pre-selected route culminating at “Laburnum- The Centrum” followed by music and lunch. All the proud owners enjoyed the sunny winter morning, sumptuous lunch, and live music along with their family.

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Vintage Beauties Make a Move

Vintage Beauties Make a Move:-

Old beauties were on a roll during the Vintage Car Rally held in the state Capital. From the 1932 Morris model to the 1965 Pontiac Parisienne model, Willys Jeeps, Austin A30 Packard, Mercedes, and Jaguar, the Vintage car turned every head as they moved along City roads.

The vehicles started from Lohia Park and covered a long stretch that culminated at The Centrum. Those present on the occasion included Sandeep Narain, Abdullah, Udaijit Singh, Captain A Chauhan, Surjit Uppal, Deep Narain, Keshav Mathur, Raman Batra, and Amit Gujjral.

On reaching the endpoint, the members of the Oudh Heritage Car Club and others were treated with music and lunch.

“The bright Sun, mild nip in the air, and vintage ride make this a memorable Sunday for all of us. After such a tough phase it’s so heartening to see such a good turnout,” said organiser Sarvesh Goel.

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