Infosys Foundation helps Kollam temple fire victims
Infosys Foundation donated Rs 35 lakh worth of hospital equipment and medicines for the Kollam temple tragedy victims, undergoing treatment in various hospitals in Kerala on Monday.
The equipment, comprising four ventilators, 15 alpha beds, Rs 3-lakh worth medicines, 500 bed sheets and other items, was handed over to the Government Medical College authorities by the foundation.
A press release said Infosys Kerala Development Centre Chief Sunil Jose handed over the equipment to Medical College superintendent Dr. K Mohandas at a function.
The work on the corridor connecting the old hospital block and new Out Patient block of the Medical College, being set up by the Foundation at a cost of Rs five crore, would be completed by May-end, Foundation officials added.
Puttingal Devi Temple fire tragedy in Kollam claimed 108 lives and left more than 300 injured on April 10.