No 'vacation' from heat, compulsion to go to school in 45 degree temperature, relief will be available only for 4 days

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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Schools closed in Faridabad: The temperature remains around 45 degrees Celsius. It feels bad to be in the sun. Despite this, no school holiday has been declared in Faridabad. The Directorate of Education has changed the school timings, but children are not getting any relief from this change. In view of the heat, the Directorate of Education has handed over the authority to declare school holidays to the DC. But no announcement has been made by the district administration yet. However, this weekend children will definitely get a chance to stay at home for four days.

School closed: How about 4 holidays this weekend?

Summer holidays are from 1st to 30th June. DC has announced holidays till May 24 in many districts of the state. But holiday has not been declared yet in Faridabad. Children will definitely get a few days' respite from government holidays and elections.

  • Children will have to go to school on Wednesdays in summer.
  • Buddha Purnima holiday is on 23rd May.
  • Due to the elections, the Election Commission has declared holiday on 24th and 25th May.
  • After this, there will be Sunday holiday on 26th May.
  • Schools will reopen on 27 May.

At that time also the heat will be at its peak. According to the Meteorological Department website, the maximum temperature is expected to be 47 degrees on May 26 and 27. In such a situation, from 27th to 31st May, children will again have to go to school amidst the scorching heat.

What is DEO?

No holidays have been declared due to heat. As per the instructions of the Election Commission, there will be a holiday for two days after Buddha Purnima. After that it is Sunday. In such a situation, schools will remain closed from 23rd to 26th. In the coming days, action will be taken after receiving instructions from DC. -Ashok Baghel, District Education Officer

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