Karachi University Exams are postponed because of weather. Massive monsoon rains and associated urban flooding continue to have a significant impact on every facet of life in Karachi, from academic pursuits to air travel. Due to bad weather, Karachi University has cancelled all examinations set to take place on Monday, July 25, in this respect. We’ll make the updated timetable public later.
After the PMD issued a warning about urban floods in Hyderabad and Karachi earlier this weekend, the Sindh government declared July 25 to be a public holiday in both cities. Murtaza Wahab, the administrator of Karachi, made the decision public and pleaded with people not to move around needlessly because of the expected nonstop rain.
In addition, a number of domestic and international flights that were planned to depart from Karachi’s Jinnah International Airport on Sunday were either postponed or cancelled owing to adverse weather.
The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) said that four PIA planes were also among the delayed ones. The national flag carrier’s flights PK-306, PK-370, PK-341, and PK-349 had delays.