Due to the difficulty of getting a classroom to study in, the A/L students of Bosco College, Hatton had to stay out from 8.00am to 10.00am this morning.
The reason for this is that the building which they were using all this time has been taken over by the primary class. On our inquiry about the issue the Principal Sankhar Maniwannan said that a risky mount of soil situated just above the primary classroom is the reason for the change of venue in the primary class, and that they were granted leave till the 12th of October.
However the Director of the Hatton Educational Zone S. Rajasekar arrived at the school and after due discussions with the principal had given permission to hold the A/L classes at the Professional Training institute at Hatton, Thondamon. The classroom proceedings of A/L students were resumed at 10.00am.