Puducherry colleges to stay closed for lessons 9 to 12 as we speak, tomorrow because of rains

Attributable to inclement climate and constant rains, colleges in Puducherry and Karaikal areas for college students of lessons 9 to 12 to stay closed as we speak and tomorrow. 

As per a round issued by the Directorate of College Training Increased Secondary Wing, “because of inclement climate and constant rains, the vacation is said for lessons 9 to 12 on November 8 and 9 for all colleges in Puducherry and Karaikal areas.”

The reopening of faculties for lessons 1 to eight scheduled on November 8 has been postponed. The date of reopening can be communicated later, the discharge learn.

In the meantime, colleges and faculties in Tamil Nadu’s Sivaganga district will even stay closed because of heavy rain, Sivaganga District Collector Madhusudhanan Reddy stated on Monday. 

Heavy rains in Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Karaikal

Heavy rains proceed to lash over Tamil Nadu and its close by areas on Monday morning. As per the India Meteorological Division (IMD), the showers will proceed over the following two days.

“Mild to reasonable rainfall at many locations with heavy to very heavy rainfall at remoted locations very possible over Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Karaikal throughout November 7-9; over Coastal Andhra Pradesh and Yanam, Rayalaseema and South Inside Karnataka throughout November 7-8 November 2021,” knowledgeable the each day climate bulletin of the climate company.

Additional, heavy rainfall is anticipated in coastal areas of Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu from November Sept. 11 because of the northeast monsoon.

For the reason that begin of the Northeast monsoon in October, Tamil Nadu and Puducherry areas have skilled about 43 per cent extra rainfall. 

PM Modi dials Tamil Nadu chief minister

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday spoke to Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin and mentioned the scenario in view of heavy rainfall in components of the state. PM Modi assured all of the attainable assist from the central authorities’s facet within the rescue and aid work.

Speaking to Twitter, PM Modi stated, “Spoke to Tamil Nadu CM, Thiru @mkstalin and mentioned the scenario within the wake of heavy rainfall in components of the state. Assured all attainable assist from the Centre in rescue and aid work. I pray for everybody’s well-being and security.”

Following a request from the state authorities, the Nationwide Catastrophe Response Pressure (NDRF) has deployed 4 groups to help in rescue operations within the state.

Yesterday, CM Stalin visited rain-affected areas of Perambur Barracks highway, Otteri bridge, and Padi after town recorded heavy in a single day rains.


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