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Timings of schools changed in this state, now classes will start from this time

Winter School Timings: Winter has set in and it is becoming mildly cold in the morning. Especially at the time when children leave for schools, the weather is quite cool. In view of this, changes have been made in the timing of schools in the state of Haryana. Now schools will start a little late as per winter timings and holidays will also be delayed in the same proportion. This order has been passed by the Haryana Government and a notice in this regard has been issued on X (earlier Twitter). The new timing order will be implemented from 15 November 2023 i.e. schools will start late from this day.

What will be the winter timing?

The revised timing of winter in Haryana schools is as follows. The fixed timing of single shift schools will be from 9.30 am to 3.30 pm. The timing of double shift schools will be from 7.55 am to 12.30 pm. Along with this, there will be a second shift from 12.40 pm to 5.15 pm.

Schools closed in many places

Let us tell you that like Delhi, Noida, Ghaziabad, in many places in Haryana too, schools up to class 5th have been closed due to pollution. The air quality index here is very bad and there is a strong possibility of children having respiratory problems. In view of this, many schools have declared holiday for small children.

Where will the order apply

Information regarding the order of winter timing has been shared through the Twitter handle of CMO Haryana. However, it is not mentioned whether this order is for government schools or this rule will apply to private schools also. The picture is expected to become clear in some time. Students and parents can also confirm the information by finding out about the timings in their school.

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