6-12. For grades, schools are being given the option to switch to online classes | Representative Image
Due to the city’s current air pollution levels, Delhi Education Minister Atishi has ordered all primary schools to remain closed until November 10. 6-12. For grades, schools are given the option to switch to online classes.
“As pollution levels continue to remain high, primary schools in Delhi will remain closed until November 10. For classes 6-12, schools are being given the option to switch to online classes,” he said.
Air quality in Delhi-NCR remained ‘serious’ with the overall Air Quality Index at 482 on Sunday, according to data from the System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research (SAFAR). According to the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), Aya Nagar station in the national capital reported PM 2.5 at 416 and PM 10 at 440, both in the severe category, while CO was reported at 126 in the moderate category.
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