Delhi schools to remain closed for offline classes till further orders: DoE


Edited by Maitri Baral, New Delhi

Schools in Delhi will be closed until further notice, the NCT Delhi government’s Education Department said Sunday, Nov.21. On November 13, the Delhi government ordered schools to close until November 20 due to severe air pollution. On November 17, he extended the break from face-to-face studies until further notice.

“… All government, government. Aided, self-recognized, NDMC, MCD and Delhi Cantonment Board schools will be closed until further notice. However, online training and exams for Council classes will be conducted in accordance with the guidelines issued earlier, ”the Ministry of Education said in an official order.

“All school principals are mandated to disseminate this information to students, staff, SMC members and parents,” he adds.

Delhi’s overall air quality remained in the very poor category as of Sunday morning, while authorities predicted that Delhi’s AQI was likely to improve due to relatively strong winds. On Saturday morning, the AQI in the capital was fixed at 377 in the morning and 374 in the evening. An AQI of 0 to 50 is considered “good,” 51 to 100 “fair,” 101 to 200 “moderate,” 201 to 300 “bad,” between 301 and 400 “very bad,” and between 401 and 500. ”Severe the form”.

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