Today, November 30, 2021, it has been proposed that TN Schools and Schools Colleges close. Schools and colleges in the state of Tamil Nadu have been closed due to severe rain.
Today, November 30, 2021, all schools and institutions in Madurai and Tuticorin have been ordered to close. Furthermore, there are additional districts where educational institutions have been ordered to remain closed.
Kanchipuram, Chengalpattu, Nellai, Theni, Dindigul, Cuddalore, and Ramanathapuram districts’ schools and colleges would be closed, while Madurai, Tuticorin, Tiruvallur, and Sivagangai districts’ schools and colleges would be closed.
According to Skymet Weather’s latest forecasts, a low-pressure zone will form this morning and could grow into a potential northeast monsoon cyclone. With assistance expected in a few days, the situation in the state and surrounding areas may worsen. The Tamil Nadu State Weather Department issued a red alert for nine districts across the state, including Chennai and Kanyakumari, on November 29, 2021. As a result, schools and institutions were obliged to close, promising that they would reopen by the end of the day.
Schools and institutions in Tamil Nadu are closed today due to rain.
Before visiting their educational institutions, all students are advised to wait until they have received confirmation from them. Everyone is also urged to stay safe and indoors when using the internet to improve their education. M K Stalin, Tamil Nadu’s Chief Minister, recently toured various flooded suburban areas, including Tiruverkadu in Tiruvallur District, and saw flood-draining activities. He also spoke with and listened to residents in the neighbourhood about their concerns. Over 300 people were accommodated in a suburban school as Stalin distributed flood relief supplies including as food and blankets, as well as meeting with officials to discuss the situation.
According to the Regional Meteorological Centre, rain was moderate to heavy in northern regions, including Chennai, Cuddalore, and neighbouring Puducherry, and scattered, light to moderate in other parts of the state on Sunday. Most reservoirs in the state have received adequate inflows as a result of the monsoon rains, and surplus water is being released in many areas. Low-lying areas were evacuated and people were transferred to shelters. In the districts of Tiruvallur, Chengelpet, Kanchipuram, Cuddalore, Nagapattinam, Thanjavur, Pudukottai, Ramanathapuram, Tuticorin, Perambalur, Ariyalur, Ranipettai, Tiruchirappali, Tirupattur, Tiruvannamalai, and Vellore, 15,016 persons have been sheltered in 188 camps