Covid Cell

See all the information we've shared with our students and staff about what HBC COVID CELL and the activities doing in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Our College is continually monitoring latest advice from Central Government of India and Kerala State Government about the pandemic situation.

With the warning of Second Wave corona spread, an awareness campaign has been conducted by the Covid Cell of Henry Baker College. Awareness posters and pamphlets were distributed in public places and homes that aims to highlight the impact of Covid-19 among the public and the need of taking Covid Vaccination. The Campaign was launched and has been led by the Principal Dr.Gireesh Kumar G.S.

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Sanitizer Making
With the scarcity of hand sanitizers becoming a challenge in fighting Covid-19, many educational institution in the city has started making sanitizers on their own for use with in the campus, Henry Baker College had also distributed sanitizers on 20th march 2020 to public.  Using ethanol or isopropanol in their laboratories institutes have taken the initiative after the state health department launched break the chain campaign envisages promotion of hygiene habits and mandatory hand-washing at public places, offices and institutions.With the scarcity of hand sanitizers becoming a challeng
Face Mask Preparation
Provided an online tutorial of sewing face masks by our student Snehamol James, which was published on 17th April 2020. The making of the mask was effective and it can be easily made, reusable and washable. The video holds a viewership of 303 views on Youtube. The link to the video is  
Virtual Interview with Dr. Anna Cherian
Organised a Virtual Interview with Dr. Anna Cherian, Andhra Pradesh on 4thApril 2020 by using Zoom Cloud Application. The interviewer AshmithaIssac of Second B.Com collected information’s from the Doctor and explored more about the symptoms and precautions about this deadly disease. It holds a viewership of 574 views on YouTube. The link to the video is  
Virtual Short Film
Under the guidance of Covid Cell, Eight students from various Departments of our College made a Virtual Short Film ‘Sargadhwani’ on 24th April 2020. This short film provided valuable and creative suggestions for Students and Teachers to engage in various activities during Lockdown Period. It holds a viewership of more than 1K views on YouTube. The link to the video is
Creative Challenge Competition ‘Athijeevanam’
Scheduled an Online Competition ‘Athijeevanam’, where Students, Teachers and Non-Teaching Staffs actively participated on different challenges given. The competition explored the creative talents of participants on Writing, Drawing, Painting, Cooking and other skills. The programme was successful with 64 entries and the result was publishedthrough Online by the Principal.
Online Quiz Competition
Covid Cell Conducted an Online Quiz Competition on 10th May 2020, for creating awareness and prevention of COVID-19. About 568 participants attemptedin competition and received vast participation across the country and abroad.The online quiz had no registration fee. Alink was given to participate in this knowledgeable event and E-certificate was issued to the winners on their email.
Sanitizer Distribution
The teachers of Henry Baker College have gone one step ahead distributed sanitizers in bulk quantity to Edamaruku CHC on 17th March 2020, CMS H.S.S Melukavu and Police Station Melukavu on 23rd May 2020.
HAND WASHING PRACTICES Hand washing training is the cheapest and most easily adopted way to prevent the spread of covid19 worldwide. Hand washing can help maintain good health and prevent the virus from spreading to more people.  Handwashing is possible as the virus can be spread through water sources, bathrooms, door handles and wash basins etc. that we use regularly. It is essential that all educational institutions adopt important public health safety standards, including water and sanitation, in their infrastructure in preparation for Cocid-19 pandemic. As part of the prevention of t
The protection of children and the smooth functioning of educational institutions is one of the most important things in the present time. It is also imperative that precautions be taken to prevent the spread of Covid-19 in the working arrangements of the College. Just as students, teachers and staff are not isolated from the coronavirus, it is important to take precautions to prevent others from spreading the virus. It is essential to inform everyone who comes to any institution that there is no race, disability, age, gender or wealth in the face of Kovid-19 pandemic and that all students are
SPECIAL QUARANTINE ROOMS ROOM FOR STUDENTS As per the guidelines of the Union Ministry of Health and the Mahatma Gandhi University for conducting safe examinations during pandemic, special quarantine rooms have been set up for students coming from containment zone, Hotspot area or quarantine. This classroom is equipped with water, sanitizer and additional mask for children.  Only one teacher enters the classroom and leads the exams in compliance with all safety standards. This room is disinfected with sanitizer as soon as the exams are over. NON-CONTACT TEMPERATURE ASSESSMENT (Non- Cont
DISINFECTION OF CLASS ROOMS The institution has many tools that teachers, students and college staff are always in touch with. Studies have shown that the coronavirus can survive for days on some of these highly specialized devices. As we use these devices on a daily basis, the coronavirus may spread to the anyone and spread to more people through contact. All the following equipment’s have been disinfected with the help of sanitizer to prevent the spread of the disease to anyone coming to the college. The following is a list of disinfected devices Door handles and knobs Desks and
NON-CONTACT TEMPERATURE ASSESSMENT (Non- Contact Digital Temperature Gun)
NON-CONTACT TEMPERATURE ASSESSMENT (Non- Contact Digital Temperature Gun) When colleges were required to remain open during the pandemic, used non-contact temperature assessment equipment as part of a preliminary inspection of entry points to identify and test people with elevated temperatures. We aware that temperature assessment may have a significant effect on reducing the spread of corona virus. This test can identify an infected person to some extent. Thermal imaging systems and non-contact infrared thermometers, which are non-contact temperature assessment devices, can be used to measur

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