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Timings of schools changed due to cold in UP, now classes will start from this time

UP Government Changes School Timings: Fog is increasing in UP and the mercury is also falling rapidly. Because of this, it has been extremely cold here for the last few days. In such a situation, going to school early in the morning is a very difficult task for children. Besides, this can also harm their health. For these reasons, the UP government has changed the timing of schools. Now classes will be held here from 10 am. Also know that this order is only for primary and middle school students. That means only classes from class 1 to 8 will be held late.

Timings changed somewhere, schools closed somewhere

If we talk district wise, different decisions have been taken at every place considering the weather. For example, in Ghaziabad, schools from classes 1 to 8 will be held from 10 to 3 pm. Whereas in Algigarh, schools will remain closed for students of classes 1 to 12 on Thursday and Friday.

Similarly, in Mathura, classes will be held between 10th to 3rd. Schools from classes 1 to 8 in Jalaun are closed till 31 December.

Winter vacation also announced

Director General School Education Department had announced winter vacation for schools some time ago. There will be holidays in council schools of Uttar Pradesh from December 31. From December 31 to January 14, 2024, the schools here will remain closed for about 15 days.

There are holidays in many places

This order is for government schools and holidays have started in most of the private schools here. Due to cold, schools have not been closed here yet, winter break has been announced directly. Whereas private schools have been closed.

Also read: Schools in these states closed due to freezing cold, know where the holidays are taking place and where the holidays have started.

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