JNTU Hyderabad has postponed exams on account of heavy rainfall
Within the wake of heavy rainfall and a flash flood threat (FFR) alert issued by the India Metrological Division (IMD) in Telangana, the Jawaharlal Nehru Technological College Hyderabad (JNTUH) has postponed all of the exams that have been scheduled to be held on Monday, September 27. Nevertheless, the remaining exams the college mentioned can be held as per schedule from September 28, The round signed by the registrar of JNTUH M Manoor Hussain.
“Principals of all the constituent and affiliated colleges of Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Hyderabad offering Undergraduate and Post Courses are informed to note that in view of bad weather conditions and heavy rains and also considering the requests received from various rural college Principals, the B.Tech/B.Pharm./Pharm.D/Pharm.
The IMD, Hyderabad at present issued FFR alert for Telangana for the subsequent 24 hours.Within the forecast, it mentioned the watersheds within the districts of Badradri Kothagudem, Khammam, Adilabad, Bhuvanagiri, Asifabad, Mancherial, Nirmal, Warangal, Peddapalley Karimnagar, Rajanna Siricilla, Jayashankar Bhupalpalle, Mulugu, Jagitial, Mahbubabad, Janagoan can count on flash floods as chances are high average to excessive in the course of the subsequent 24 hours.
In line with Met division, the cyclonic storm Gulab has now intensified right into a deep despair and layover 18.4 levels north latitude and 82.8 levels east longitude round 110 km of Jagdalpur and 140 km of Kalingapatnam.
Owing to this, Telangana may be very more likely to have very to very heavy with extraordinarily heavy rain in few districts of the state.