Delhi pollution raises concern, Noida classes up to VIII online, administration directives

Noida School Online Class : Growing -NCR"https://marathi.abplive.com/topic/Delhi-Pollution">Pollution has become a concern. The air quality here has reached the ‘severe’ category. So the citizens of Delhi have to face many problems. Pollution affects everyone, but it can affect children more. In such a situation, in Gautam Buddha Nagar in Noida, it has been ordered to conduct classes from 1st to 8th through online mode. Currently, these orders will be in force till November 8. The order also said that students from class 9 to 12 can also take online classes.

According to the order issued by Gautam Budh Nagar District Inspector of Schools (DIOS) Dharamveer Singh, every school has been directed that if possible, class IX They should also do 12th class online. The order places a complete ban on open-air classes such as sports and prayers. Singh said, "All schools have been instructed to take online classes till class VIII. If possible, classes from ninth to twelfth have been asked to be taken through online mode.

Currently, these instructions have been implemented only for schools in Noida, Delhi. No decision has been taken yet regarding the rest of the schools in Delhi. Delhi’s Environment Minister Gopal Rai has called a high-level meeting on Friday (November 4). In view of the increasing problem of pollution in Delhi, it will be important to see what decision is taken about schools in this meeting. 

Uttar Pradesh | All schools to hold online classes mandatorily for students from std 1 to 8 in Gautam Budh Nagar district till 8th November in wake of rising air pollution. Online classes may also be held for students of classes 9 to 12. pic.twitter.com/wKgddf42PP

— ANI UP/Uttarakhand (@ANINewsUP) November 3, 2022

In view of the increasing pollution in Delhi, BJP and Congress have demanded that the schools in the capital should be closed. On Thursday, the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) asked the Delhi government to close schools till the air pollution situation in the national capital improves. >

Odd-even enforcement is now likely in Delhi due to the declining Air Quality Index (AQI). BJP and Congress are also demanding implementation of odd even in Delhi. The Commission on Air Quality (CAQM) has mandated that children, the elderly and those with breathing difficulties. They have given instructions not to go out of the house. It has been said that these people should avoid going out if possible and stay at home.

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