Noida Pollution Update: All Schools will be online till Tuesday due to pollution from Classes 1 to 8 in Gautam Buddha Nagar
The ever-increasing pollution in the air in Noida has reached a dangerous situation. It is getting heavy for people to breathe in the open. There is also burning in the eyes. In view of this, the administration has started preparations to stop sports and other programs in the open for children in schools. With the increase in the level of pollution, an order has been issued to conduct online classes from classes 1 to 8 in Gautam Buddha Nagar.
Pollution has increased the problems of people in Delhi-NCR. Although Citizen is being affected due to pollution, children and the elderly are facing the most problems. With the increase in the level of pollution, an order has been issued to conduct online classes from classes 1 to 8 in Gautam Buddha Nagar (Noida).
In view of the increasing pollution and the convenience of the students, Noida, Greater Noida Authority CEO and in-charge District Magistrate Ritu Maheshwari have asked the students of classes 1 to 12 to run online classes till November 8. Classes from classes 9 to 12 should also be conducted online as far as possible. Also, outdoor activities will be completely prohibited in schools till further orders. All principals should ensure compliance with this order.
orders will be applicable to all the schools of the board from classes 1 to 8. Intimation of the order has been sent to all the schools. No school will conduct offline classes. If any school violates the rule, strict action will be taken against them. Along with this, outdoor activities have also been completely banned in all schools.
News Summary: Due to the alarming level of air pollution in Noida including Delhi-NCR, orders have been made to conduct online classes up to class VIII in Noida schools. Apart from this, it has also been suggested to take classes online.
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