Bengaluru Water Crisis: Schools, Educational Institutions Closed; Students Asked To Attend Online Classes

09:11PM Thu 7 Mar, 2024

New Delhi: Bengaluru has been in the news for quite some time and the reason, unfortunately, is not very pleasant. A severe water crisis has struck the Karnataka capital and it has been a few days, that the people of Bengaluru have been facing it. Amid the ongoing crisis, several schools and coaching centres have been shut and students have been asked to attend classes in online mode. The Bengaluru Water Crisis is worsening with every passing day and the residents of the Karnataka capital are extremely worried since peak summers are yet to arrive. Here’s the latest update about the schools and educational institutions in the city with respect to the water crisis…

Bengaluru Schools, Educational Institutions Closed Due To Water Crisis
As mentioned earlier, a few schools and coaching centres in Bengaluru have been closed and the reason for the same is the ongoing water crisis in the Karnataka capital. According to a report by India Today, a school on the Bannerghatta Road in Bengaluru city has been closed and the authorities have announced that the classes will be conducted in online mode. Similarly, a coaching centre in the Vijayanagar area of the city, has also asked the students to attend classes virtually for one week, due to an ’emergency’.

Meanwhile, Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister DK Shivakumar warned the water tanker owners in the state that the government would seize their tankers if they do not register with the authorities before the deadline of March 7.

(Inputs from ANI)