BU to tighten security in its hostel, campus

  • | Friday | 12th July, 2019

Pearl Maria Dsouza ByExpress News ServiceBENGALURU: In three months time, Bangalore University’s Jnana Bharathi campus will raise its walls to strangers entering the campus, especially in the hostel. The entire 1,200 acre campus will be fitted with 200 cameras and 25 homeguards in addition to the 24 home guards at present. As a measure against them and those intruding into the campus, the university is overhauling its security, he added. Smart cards to hostellersIn addition to the visual surveillance and security guards, hostel inmates will be monitored with smart cards, which they will get in three months. The height of walls are also being increased and will be completed in three months, said Venugopal.

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