Noida schools to remain closed on Saturday due to water logging, floods in Uttar Pradesh

Noida School Close Latest News Today: With heavy rains leading to waterlogging and flood-like situation in several parts of Delhi-NCR, the Gautam Buddh Nagar district administration on Friday issued another circular stating that schools of classes 1-8 in Noida and Greater Noida on Saturday will also be closed. “Schools of classes 1-8 in Gautam […]
 


Noida schools to remain closed on Saturday due to water logging, floods in Uttar Pradesh

Noida School Close Latest News Today: With heavy rains leading to waterlogging and flood-like situation in several parts of Delhi-NCR, the Gautam Buddh Nagar district administration on Friday issued another circular stating that schools of classes 1-8 in Noida and Greater Noida on Saturday will also be closed.

 

“Schools of classes 1-8 in Gautam Budh Nagar will remain closed tomorrow, September 24 due to heavy rain and waterlogging,” the district school inspector said in a circular.

 

Check Official Order:

“In compliance with the permission/order dated 23.09.2022 of District Magistrate Gautam Budh Nagar, keeping in view the safety of the students working in the schools due to heavy rains and excessive water logging on the roads, all the students of classes 1 to 8 are eligible to apply for all Boards. school. The date 24.09.2022 has been declared as a holiday, therefore all the Principals/Principals should ensure compliance of the above order,” the order stated.

 

 

On Friday, the Noida Authority also closed all government and private schools in Noida from classes 1 to 8.

“In view of the rains in Noida and Greater Noida, all classes will remain closed till 8 pm,” an official order said on Thursday.

Heavy rain in Noida:

The notification was issued after the Meteorological Department issued an alert regarding rain in the area. Many parts of Delhi-NCR and Uttar Pradesh received heavy rains on Thursday and Friday. There have also been reports of loss of life and property due to rain in some areas of the state.

Heavy rains disrupted traffic movement in several parts of Delhi-NCR, forcing drivers to negotiate waterlogged roads and disruptions caused by falling trees.

Adityanath did aerial survey

Earlier in the day, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Friday conducted an aerial survey of the flood-affected districts of the state.

A spokesman of the state government said that the Chief Minister conducted an aerial survey of Gorakhpur, Sant Kabir Nagar, Basti, Ayodhya, Gonda and Barabanki affected by the floods of Saryu river.

Instructing the officials to carry out relief work, Adityanath said that the distribution of aid to the families of cattle and cattle who lost their lives due to the floods should be done expeditiously.

Along with this, the distribution of packets of flood relief material should also be done at the earliest.

The spokesman said that the Chief Minister has also directed the District Magistrates of the flood affected areas to provide detailed reports of relief works.

A total of 23 teams of National Disaster Response Force (NDRF), State Disaster Response Force (SDRF) and 17 teams of PAC (Provincial Armed Forces) have been deployed for relief work in the state.

According to the spokesperson, 41 villages in Gorakhpur, 24 in Gonda, 19 in Barabanki, 12 in Basti and one each in Ayodhya and Sant Kabir Nagar districts are affected by the floods in the state.

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