Delhi Schools to Close Early Due to Severe Air Pollution.

The Delhi government on Wednesday reported an early winter break in schools from November 9 to 18 due to severe.

The Delhi government on Wednesday reported an early winter break in schools from November 9 to 18 due to severe air pollution in the national capital.

Early winter break in Delhi due to air pollution.

The Delhi government on Wednesday declared an early winter break in schools from November 9 to 18 due to extreme air contamination in the national capital.

“Considering air pollution, the winter break for all schools, which is normally from December, has been rescheduled, presently to be from November 9-18,” the Delhi education division said.

All schools in Delhi have been coordinated to suspend actual classes, with the exception of classes 10 and 12, until November 10 considering rising contamination levels, Environment Minister Gopal Rai declared on Monday.

To prevent any unfavorable effect on the students’ studies because of the closure of schools, these holidays are being changed with the winter break.

DELHI AIR QUALITY ‘Extreme’

The general air quality in Delhi slipped back to the ‘extreme’ classification on Wednesday, just a day after showing a minor improvement when it was in the ‘exceptionally poor’ classification.

The city’s general air quality list (AQI) was recorded at 421 at 7 am, as indicated by information from the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB).

A few air checking stations, including Anand Vihar, Dwarka, Shadipur, Mandir Marg, ITO, R K Puram, Punjabi Bagh, North Grounds, Mathura Street, Rohini, Patparganj, Okhla, India Door, Mundka recorded and AQI over 400 at 6 am.

AQI in Anand Vihar was recorded at 452, in RK Puram at 433, in Punjabi Bagh at 460 and in ITO at 413.

Source:https://www.indiatoday.in/india

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