School Timings Change: Opening and closing timings of schools including changed, know new timings

The temperature in Haryana is increasing day by day. People are worried due to rising heat. In such a situation, the education department has changed the timings of the schools. Schools in the state will now open at 7 am while it will be a holiday at 12 pm.

In view of the rising temperature in Haryana, the state education department has taken a big decision. School timings in Haryana have been changed from May 4. Education Minister Kanwarpal Gurjar said that now schools in the state will run from 7 am to 12 noon. This rule will be applicable to all schools, both private and government.

Various teacher organizations and parent associations including Haryana Primary Teacher Association were demanding change of school timings in view of the rising heat. Taking action on this, Education Minister Kanwarpal announced the change of school timings on Monday. Soon after, the Additional Chief Secretary, Education Department, Mahavir Singh issued orders to change the school timings.

All District Education Officers and Elementary Education Officers have been asked to strictly follow the orders. At the same time, along with good education in government schools, now the health of school children will also be taken care of. Its preparation has started. Health cards of more than 22 lakh children will be made in the state, through which the health of the children will be taken care of. In collaboration with the Health Department, these health cards will be made after examining children in schools.

Let us tell you, in April this year, the heat broke all the records. In the beginning of May also the mercury is high. Narnaul had the highest temperature in the state last day. The maximum temperature recorded here was 45.2 degree Celsius. The temperature in Hisar was 44 degree Celsius. Gurugram is also burning with heat. The temperature in Gurugram was recorded at 41.8 degree Celsius on Sunday.

However, meteorologists have predicted light dust storm or thundershower activities in some parts of Punjab, Haryana, North Rajasthan and Delhi between today and May 5. The moist winds coming from the Bay of Bengal can give some relief to North India from the heat. With this pre-monsoon activities can start.

It is noteworthy that between March 1 and April 30, the country has received 32 percent less rainfall. According to the record, April 2022 has been the hottest for North West and Central India in the last 122 years. Due to rising temperatures, power cuts have also increased in the state. In factories which worked day and night, machines were running. Due to the power crisis, now the work in the night shift has stopped there. Due to power cut, the industry is working on generators. Due to this, the sale of diesel has increased by 20 percent.

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