School Holidays: Due To increasing Cold, School Holidays increased in These Districts of UP

google-new icon
winter vacation in up 2024 private school dm order, winter vacation in up 2024 class 9 to 12, winter vacation in up 2024 in private schools, school holiday news today delhi, winter vacation in rajasthan school 2024, school holidays 2024, school holidays 2022, school holidays 2021, school holidays, school holidays 2023, school holidays in november 2023, school holidays in january 2024

School Holidays: For your information, let us tell you that today everyone is worried due to the increasing cold in the state. The fog has stopped people from coming out of their homes. Because this has reduced the ability to see. Experts say. That heat can be fatal for children. Therefore, an order has been issued to keep all schools up to 12th in Gorakhpur closed till January 10.

School holidays up to class 8 have been extended in Pilibhit, Badaun and Bijnor. In Meerut, the spring term has been extended up to class eight in all branches of Dewan Public School. Gorakhpur DM Krishna Karunesh said that due to cold and cold wave, all schools will remain closed till January 10.

Telegram Link Join Now Join Now

There were winter holidays till January 6, but they were extended due to cold wave. He said that as winter increases, holidays may also increase. DM has ordered. That it should be strictly followed. Strict action will be taken against schools providing education till class 12th.

Holidays for children up to 8th class till 13th January in Pilibhit

Due to severe cold, cold wave and fog in Pilibhit, holiday was declared from January 8 to January 13 in all the government, non-government aided and board-recognized schools of the district from classes one to eight.

Read More - Redmi Launch New Smartphone Model on January 4, Know its Features, Price & Color Options Details

The thing worth noting is this. That these holidays are only for students. Teaching and non-teaching staff will still have to go to school, and will be discharged soon. HM Raut, director of Meerut's Dewan Public School Group, said there will be a holiday for classes up to class eight in all branches till January 10 as the weather is very cold and cold. Apart from this, the timing of classes 9 to 12 has been extended from 9 am to 2.15 pm. Practical examinations will be held on scheduled time and date, Principal AK Dubey said.

Read More - Does Drinking Alcohol Really Keep Body Warm in Winter, Know What Experts Say

Schools up to eight will remain closed in Badaun till January 14.

In Badaun, the winter vacation of schools running from classes 1 to 8 affiliated with the recognized/CBSE/ICSE board was declared till January 6. However, with the permission of DM, the cold wave will continue till January 14. This order will also be applicable in Kasturba Gandhi Residential Schools. Bijnor's District Basic Education Officer Jaikaran Yadav said that the DM has ordered to give holidays to all the schools from class 1 to 8 till January 13. BSA Jaikaran Yadav said that due to holidays on 14th and 15th January, schools will open on 16th January. Schools have been closed due to severe cold.

Read More - New Nokia 1100 Lite 5G Features, Battery, Camera & Price Details

School holidays in Lucknow extended a day earlier

Lucknow DM Suryapal Gangwar said that schools up to class eight will remain closed till January 10. This order will be applicable to every board school. Schools were initially to remain closed till January 6, but in view of the increasing cold, this period was extended. DM has ordered to run school from 10 am to 3 pm. (Lucknow). Students should not be made to sit outside during studies, written and practical examinations. This has also been said. That children should wear warm clothes so that they can avoid cold. The DM suggested that online classes could be created for children who are on leave. Managers will take their own decisions regarding teaching and non-teaching staff.

Superfast News Coverage By Team

Publish Date: January 08, 2024

Posted By Sunil

Follow Us on Google News - Click For Latest News