Anupama Anjali IAS: Stealing a few minutes from work to enjoy Guntur’s greenery

Anupama Anjali IAS: Stealing a few minutes from work to enjoy Guntur’s greenery
Anupama Anjali IAS

"Stealing a few minutes from work to enjoy Guntur’s greenery," said Anupama Anjali IAS in a Tweet through her Twitter Handle @anjali_anupama 

At Present "Anupama Anjali IAS" is an IAS officer 2018 batch, Andhra Pradesh cadre. Joint Collector -Housing, Guntur District.

Who is Anupama Anjali ?

Anupama Anjali with the 386th rank in the UPSC civil service examination in 2017. She was around 24 years of age when she had cleared the examination. Anupama Anjali’s IAS profile shows that her cadre currently is in Andhra Pradesh. She was the sub-collector and SDM of Rajamahendravaram in the East Godavari District. Her father too is a civil servant. He is an IPS officer who is currently posted in Bhopal. Her family is used to having civil servants.

What is Monsoon in Andhra Pradesh which is Mentioned By the IAS officer: 

The monsoon season starts in late June and lasts until September. Some areas receive rainfall even in October. The state receives rainfall from two types of monsoons — southwest and northeast monsoon. It rains heavily in the state during monsoons, particularly in July and August. Therefore, we recommend strongly checking the weather forecast before you plan any trip during this time. The heavy rainfall changes the entire state into an oasis of lushness. The greenery across the state becomes alive and adds to the attraction. So treks and outdoor sojourns are a good idea. Temperature range: Minimum 26° C and maximum 33° C. Monsoon (July - October)

Summer (March - June)

The summer season in the state usually starts from the month of March and stretches until June. the temperature in March isn’t that high but it slowly increases as we move in April, May, and June. The summers are mostly hot and humid but bearable. The months of May and June are considered to be the hottest as the temperature reaches 40° C and 45° C in some parts. The average temperature in the state during the summer season is 31° C. Visitors and locals prefer spending their summer vacation at hill stations to escape from the sun. These hill stations offer respite from the heat, especially, in the scorching summer months. Temperature range: Minimum 28° C and maximum 40° C.

Winter (November - February)

The winter season in Andhra Pradesh starts from the month of October. In some parts of the state, it rains at the start of the season. The weather during this time becomes extremely pleasant in the state. This amazing time of the year lasts until February. Many places in the state become extraordinarily beautiful and visitors flock in the state during this time to discover the natural beauty and its celebrated past. The winters aren’t too cold due to the long coastline and the temperature stays pleasant throughout the season.   Temperature range: Minimum 13° C and maximum 28° C.

About Guntur Which is Mentioned by The Officer

Guntur is a city and the administrative headquarters of Guntur district in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. Guntur City is the third-largest in AP. It is situated 64 kilometres (40 mi) to the west of the Bay of Bengal, on the Eastern Coastal Plains.

The city is the heartland of the state, located in the centre of Andhra Pradesh and making it a central part connecting different regions. It serves as a major hub for exports chilli, cotton and tobacco and has the largest chili market yard in Asia.

It is a major transportation, education and commercial hub for the state. Guntur city is a municipal corporation and also the headquarters of Guntur East and Guntur West manuals in the Guntur revenue division.

The city region is a major part of the Amaravati Metropolitan Region. As of the 2011 census of India, the city is the third most populous in the state with a population of 743,354. It is classified as a Y-grade city as per the Seventh Central Pay Commission.

It is the 24th most densely populated city in the world and 11th in India(2011 census). The city forms a part of the East Coast Economic Corridor, an important industrial corridor in the country. It hosts many state offices and agencies, being part of the district capital and being in close proximity to the state legislative capital Amaravati.

The city is about 400 km (250 mi) southwest of the executive capital Visakhapatnam. Guntur is known for its chilli, cotton and tobacco exports and has the largest chilli market yard in Asia. The city region is surrounded by many ancient temples and sites that include Kondavidu, Amararama, Caves, Pedakakani.