School Timings Change: If early summer vacations have been announced in some states, then the timings of schools have been changed. The Odisha government has also made changes in the timing of schools.
Odisha School Timing Revised:
In many states across the country, it is getting scorching heat these days. People are taking various precautions before leaving their homes. At the same time, students have to face a lot of problems due to the harsh sunlight, which now the state governments have started taking steps. In some states, early summer vacations have been announced, and in some places, the timings of schools have been changed. The Odisha government has also made changes in the timing of schools.
Schools in Odisha will now be opened only from 6 am to 9 am. This decision has also been implemented in schools across the state from today (May 2). Children were seen going to school in the morning in many cities including Bhubaneswar. In many districts of Odisha, the temperature has crossed 40 degrees. At the same time, the temperature remains 44 degrees or more in nine weather stations.
The mercury touched 45 degrees Celsius in the Balangir district and 45.5 degrees Celsius in Titilagarh town. The temperature in Jharsuguda was recorded at 44.9 degrees Celsius, four notches above average. The Meteorological Department has said that in the next few days, there is a possibility of a thunderstorm with a speed of 40-50 kmph in many districts.
Announcement of summer vacation in these states:
In view of the scorching heat in the states like West Bengal, Punjab, Chhattisgarh etc., the state governments have already announced summer vacation. Summer vacations have been done in schools in Bengal from today. Apart from this, summer vacations have also been announced in Punjab from 14 May. At the same time, in view of the scorching heat in Chhattisgarh, schools have already been closed. The schools are closed here since 24 April and will now open on 14 June. Apart from this, schools will remain closed in Andhra Pradesh from May 6.