The schools in Delhi will remain closed until further notice, the Education Directorate of the government of the NCT of Delhi announced on Sunday, November 21st. On November 13, the Delhi government ordered schools to be closed until November 20 in view of the high levels of air pollution. On November 17, she extended the suspension of classroom teaching until further orders.
“… the whole government, government. Aided, Unaided Recognized, NDMC, MCDs and Delhi Cantonment Board Schools will remain closed until further notice. However, the online teaching activities and the exams for board classes would be carried out according to the guidelines issued earlier, ”says the official order published by the DoE.
“All principals are hereby directed to disseminate this information to students, staff, SMC members and parents,” she added.
On Sunday morning, general air quality in Delhi remained in the “very poor” category, while authorities forecast that the AQI in Delhi is likely to improve due to relatively high winds. On Saturday morning, the AQI in the state capital was measured as 377 in the morning and 374 in the evening. An AQI between zero and 50 is considered “good”, between 51 and 100 as “satisfactory”, between 101 and 200 as “medium”, between 201 and 300 as “bad”, between 301 and 400 as “very bad” and between 401 and 500 “difficult”.