Holiday for various taluks in Kottayam, Alappuzha, Pathanamthitta



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Apart from these all the schools functioning as relief camps will also remain shut on Thursday.

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Kottayam: Unabated rains over the past few days have badly affected normal life in central Kerala. In the wake of heavy rains, holiday has been declared on Thursday for all educational institutions in various taluks in Kottayam, Alappuzha and Pathanthitta districts.

All educational institutions including professional colleges in Kottayam and Vaikom taluks, Mutholy, Kidangoor, Kurichi, Madappally, Payippad, Thrikkodithanam and Vazhappilly panchayats, Changanassery municipality are entitled to the holiday. Apart from these all the schools functioning as relief camps will also remain shut on Thursday.

Alappuzha district collector has declared holiday for all educational institutions including professional colleges in Kuttanad and Chengannur taluks. Also educational institutions in Cherthala, Ambalapuzha, Karthikappally and Mavelikkara taluks excluding professional colleges have been given holiday on Thursday.

At the same time Collector has instructed all the anganwadis in the district to function on Thursday but children have to be given holiday. All the schools functioning as relief camps are also entitled to remain shut on Thursday.

And in Pathanamthitta, all educational institutions in Thiruvalla taluk and the schools turned relief camps have been declared holiday on Thursday.

Meanwhile, MG university has postponed all the examinations scheduled for Thursday and Friday. Revised dates will be notified later.

 





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Article source: Kerala News

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