The North East Monsoon rain has caused floods in the Rising Star Campus and flooded almost every part of the land. The rain water filled the courtyard in the center which loo a mini swimming pool within the elephant house with rain water harvesting almost full and a back flow of water is the main cause of it. The wells are almost completely full with water almost reaching to the top surface of the ground.
The area opposite to the Peery matriculation school was flooded by heavy water logging and the stagnant water resembled a pond. The coconut tree and mango tree farm land was also heavily flooded and most small plants were completely submerged in the water. The waste pit and the large bin meant for plastic waste were floating above the water level leaving no place to dump our trash.
There were also causalities of some of the trees which were completely uprooted by the storm. The flood water also surrounded the medical clinic areas. The play circle near opposite to the hostel also has water stagnating in it. These pose a threat and may become breeding places for mosquitoes and must be leveled with mud.
The athletic track and the grounds were not spared by the monsoon rain as the heavy water flow completely eroded the newly laid track was washed quarter of it away by the
The sand in the long jump pit was also washed away by the flood which has to be leveled back with sufficient sand to fill the pit. The compound wall at the green house by the side of road has collapsed since there was a large tree very close to the compound wall fell completely uprooting itself. There is a 10 feet area that is a security threat, presently barricaded by tin sheets. Also the rest of the wall is soaked and cracked and the whole length will have to be replaced.