Connectivity to Jamnagar
By Road: Jamnagar has a well-established road link to various cities of Gujarat like Rajkot, Porbundar,Bhuj, Bhavnagar, Ahmedabad, Baroda and Surat.
Bus : Government buses go hourly to Rajkot and every 30 minutes to Junagadh; other buses go to Dwarka, Porbandar,Bhuj and Ahmedabad and other places of Gujarat. There are various private bus companies having modern buses in good condition and which are air conditioned; plying between Rajkot, Ahmedabad, Baroda, Bhuj, Mandvi, Surat, Mumbai, etc
By Rail: Jamnagar Railway Station is well connected with Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Delhi, Calcutta and other important cities of India through regular trains. The Saurashtra Mail and the Saurashtra Express are the popular trains that run between Jamnagar and Mumbai. Inter City Train Between Jamnagar and Ahmedabad leaves in the early morning. There are also trains to Dwarka.
By Air: Jamnagar Airport 10 km. The Jamnagar airport has a daily Indian Airlines flight connecting with Mumbai. Rajkot (1.5 hours drive from Jamnagar has 2 Indian Airlines flights & 2 Jet Airways flights everyday.
Climatic Condition of Jamnagar
Jamnagar has a hot semi-aride climate. There are three defined seasons. The “hot” season lasts from March to May and is extremely hot, humid, but dry, before giving way to the “wet” season with extremely erratic monsoonal rainfall that averages around 630 millimetres but has varied from less than 100 millimetres in 1911 and 1939 to over 1,300 millimetres over the district in 1959. The “cool” season from October to February remains hot during the day but has negligible rainfall, low humidity and cool nights to be by far the most comfortable time of year. The highest record temperature was 47°C (117°F) on May 5, 1990, while the lowest record temperature was 1°C (34°F) on February 5, 1984.
Winter Uniforms : October end to February
Summer Uniforms : March to End October