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Delhi School Reopen: All schools Will Open in Delhi From This Date, Notice issued

Delhi School Reopen: All schools Will Open in Delhi From This Date, Notice issued

Delhi School Reopen: For your information, let us tell you that due to air pollution, all the schools were closed by the Delhi government. Because due to increasing air pollution, people were facing a lot of problems in breathing. Due to which the Delhi government had stopped all the work until the air quality improved. In which, keeping in mind the health of school children, all the classes were made online. According to reports, now improvement in air quality has been recorded. Due to which all the students are going to leave for schools on 20th November.

Know how long the holiday will last considering AQI

Let us tell you that as per the circular, morning prayers will not be held in Delhi schools for the next one week. This announcement has been made in the order issued on 18 November 2023. Because due to poisonous air in Delhi at that time, winter vacation was announced from 9 November 2023 to 18 November 2023.

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People faced problems due to bad air in Delhi

Let us tell you that the Directorate of Education ordered the schools to inform the parents of the children about the start of school in Delhi. Due to increasing pollution in Delhi, the Directorate of Education asked to close schools in Delhi. Amidst health concerns due to this increasing pollution, winter holidays were announced on November 8.

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Know why Delhi's air became poisonous

Let us tell you that according to the AQI of Delhi, the air quality is expected to be unhealthy from November 18 to November 20. According to the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, the contribution of stubble burning to PM 2.5 levels was estimated to be about 3.45 percent. Which is slightly less than the previous day's 5.85 percent. This season, the maximum impact of stubble burning was seen on November 3 at 35.43 percent. IIT Kanpur cited vehicles as a major contributor to PM 2.5 levels, responsible for 44 per cent of pollution.

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Publish Date: November 20, 2023

Posted By Sunil

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