Youth driven community platform CollegeTips launches CT care campaign for Covid-19

NEW DELHI: Youth driven community platform CollegeTips said it has launched campaign called CT care in the face of the Covid-19 outbreak.

Launched in 2017 by Vipin Tripathi, the platform is aimed at creating content for the youth and it states it has offices in cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Indore and Bhopal besides plans of launching operations in other cities. It says its content has been accessed by 25 lakh students so far.

CollegeTips said it is looking for students who are interested in volunteering assignments and it is providing a platform where volunteers and the needy authorities can connect with each other and work together for a social cause.

The major categories for volunteering work are: field work/distribution of food, sharing valuable information via social media platforms and restricting rumours, donation ( money, medicines,blood,food), working for the welfare of pets and animals, working form home (writing, documentation,any technical work), educational classes/health camps or any other self preferred work

CollegeTips said it will share this data with local,state, and central government authorities and various NGOs and social organizations.

“The only motive of this campaign is to channelise the power of youth in the betterment of upcoming India,” Tripathi said. CollegeTips said the company has received around 11,000 applications so far.


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