Noida School closed: Air quality in Delhi NCR has reached poor levels. Due to which, instructions have been given to close schools in Delhi till 10th November. At the same time, due to poor air quality in Gautam Buddha Nagar, Uttar Pradesh, all the schools of Noida and Greater Noida have been ordered to be closed till November 10. In such a situation, classes from pre-school to class 9 will be conducted online instead of offline.
At the same time, if schools wish, they can also conduct classes 10th-12th in online medium. According to an order from the Directorate of Education in Delhi, teachers will have to go to their respective schools and conduct online classes from there. The principals of the respective schools have been ordered to inform the parents about this.
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Here, Noida District Magistrate Manish Kumar Verma said, “Commission for Air Quality Management (CAQM) has implemented Graded Response Action Plan Stage-IV with the Air Quality Index (AQI) in Delhi-NCR reaching the severe category with 400+ AQI. Have done.”
According to an ANI source (formerly Twitter), “In view of the poor air quality, all schools in the district Gautam Buddha Nagar have been ordered to close offline classes from Pre School to Class 9 till November 10 as per the Graded Response Action Plan Stage 4 order.” “Instructions have been given to follow the implementation of.” In such a situation, classes will be conducted online in Noida.
Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai directed all schools in Delhi to suspend all classes except classes 10 and 12 till November 10 due to rising pollution levels. The pollution level in Delhi-NCR on Monday morning was recorded to be about seven to eight times more than the safe limit set by the government.