IP University Exams Postponed Due To Flooding Yamuna

Due to floods in the national capital, the final session examinations of IP University which were originally scheduled on July 14, 15 and 16 have been postponed. The university issued a notification on Thursday announcing the postponement and said that the new schedule of examinations would be notified soon. Students are advised to keep checking the official notifications and updates from the university regularly to stay informed about the revised exam dates.

“The GGSIPU Final Semester Examinations (Theory/Practical), June-July 2023, scheduled on 14th July (Friday), 15th July (Saturday) and 16th July 2023 (Sunday) stand postponed due to security measures in view of flood like situation” in some parts of Delhi till further orders,” the university said.

The University said that the remaining examinations of various programs will be conducted as per the scheduled date and time notified earlier.

According to the news received on Friday, the swollen Yamuna river in Delhi has reached the entrance of the Supreme Court in central Delhi. The water level has reached even close to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s house, which is just a few hundred meters away. Yamuna’s water level had reached a record high three days ago, but by 11 am on Friday it had come down to 208.35 metres. Despite the receding water level, several important areas of Delhi continue to be inundated, PTI reported.

After remaining stable for three hours, the water level started rising again on Thursday and reached 208.66 meters by 7 pm, which is three meters above the danger mark of 205.33 metres. The water level, recorded at 208.57 meters on Friday, dropped marginally to 208.48 meters at 5 am, according to the Central Water Commission (CWC) data.

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The water level continued to recede throughout the morning, measuring 208.42 meters at 8 am, 208.38 meters at 10 am and 208.35 meters at 11 am.

On Wednesday, the Yamuna river in Delhi had risen to 207.71 metres, surpassing its previous all-time record of 207.49 meters set in 1978. Waterlogging on ITO Road, an important route connecting East Delhi to Lutyens’ Delhi, resulted in diversion of traffic and hardships for commuters.

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