Heavy rains in Faridabad, some private schools will remain closed, online classes will take place in Kui

Faridadabad: It is raining heavily throughout the NCR including Delhi. In such a situation, some private schools have decided to keep the school closed due to heavy rains in Faridabad district of Haryana adjoining Delhi on Thursday. SRS International School, Greater Faridabad Shiv Nadar School has been closed. Apart from this, notification has been sent to parents to hold online classes at DPS School, Greater Faridabad and Grand Columbus School, Sector 16.

Manish Gautam, Headmaster of Mohan Rishi School, Old Faridabad said that at present there are exams taking place at the school. The exam was canceled due to heavy rain. In fact, the city system collapsed due to the rain. Several feet of water were also flooded on the roads connecting the National Highway to Greater Faridabad. The situation is that the school bus also sank, keeping children’s safety in mind, some school operators decided to close schools and hold online classes.

97 mm of rain in Faridabad, it will rain for another 3 days
The district recorded Thursday 97.125 mm of rain from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Talking about different areas, 70mm in Faridabad region, 90mm in Tigaon region, 116mm in Ballabhgarh region, 128mm in Mohana region, 126mm in Dayalpur region, 64mm in Badkhal region, 100 mm in Dhauj region and 100 mm in Dhauj region. Gaonchi region recorded 83 mm of rain.

temperature drop due to rain

According to the Meteorological Department website, Faridabad’s maximum temperature on Thursday was 32, while the minimum temperature was 24 degrees Celsius. According to the website, there is a possibility of rain and temperature drop for 2-3 days. After 2 days, the temperature can reach 30°C. At the same time, the air quality index also reached 66.