Big relief to school students in the scorching heat in Haryana.
The Haryana Government has given great relief to the school students amid the scorching heat and power cuts. Where both government schools and private schools will now start at 7 am and will end by noon.
Haryana (HaryanaThe people of ) are facing a double crisis at the moment. Where in the midst of the scorching heat, now the power cuts have started troubling the people. In such a situation, the children going to school are facing the most problems. Keeping this problem in mind, the Haryana Government (Haryana Government) has announced to change the school timings. Where on Monday, from May 4, it was decided to change the school timings for all classes. However, due to this decision, the change in school timings will surely give a big relief to the children.
In fact, the Haryana government on Monday decided to change the school timings for all classes from May 4. During this, both government schools and private schools will now start at 7 am and will end by noon. In this matter, Additional Chief Secretary (School Education) Mahavir Singh has told in the order that due to the prevailing scorching heat conditions in the entire state, it has been decided that the timings of all schools will be changed from May 4.
Decision came after letter written to CM and Education Minister
At the same time, this decision has come after the teacher’s union in the state wrote a letter to the Chief Minister and the Education Minister, urging them to change the school timings in view of the scorching heat and prolonged closure. Several students were falling ill during this period, he said, adding that while the teachers’ union supported the decision, some urged the government to consider changing school timings to the evening shift as well. However, this is a good move, considering the fact that the mercury has crossed the 46 degree mark.
IMD claims – Expected to be around 40-42 degrees in next 4-5 days
Meanwhile, after the scorching heat for the last few days, people have got some relief due to strong winds from Sunday. However, the prevailing moisture-laden easterly winds increased the humidity further. Where the maximum temperature on Monday was recorded at 42.6 degrees Celsius, three notches above normal, while the minimum temperature was recorded at 28 degrees Celsius, five notches above normal. The relative humidity index ranged between 43% and 63% throughout the day. At the same time, the Meteorological Department has predicted that the day temperature will be close to the normal range and it is likely to be around 40-42 degrees in the next 4-5 days.
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