Private Schools In Delhi Advised To Stay Shut Till Jan 15 In Wake Of Cold Wave: DoE


All private schools in Delhi are advised to stay closed till January 15, 2023, according to the most recent directive issued by the Directorate of Education. The directive was given by the Delhi government today, January 8.

“All private schools of Delhi are advised to remain closed till 15th January 2023 in wake of cold wave prevailing in Delhi,” Directorate of Education, Government of Delhi was quoted by ANI on its official Twitter handle. 

According to a previous directive, all government schools in Delhi run by the Directorate of Education would be closed from January 1 to January 15, 2023. During this period, the state government has also declared that remedial classes would be offered. The remedial sessions for students in grades 9 through 12 will be offered between January 2 and January 14, 2023. Remedial classes aim to review the curriculum and enhance students’ academic performance.

Delhi Weather Update

The icy grip of winter will be lifted from Delhiites as the dense fog and cold wave that has gripped the Delhi-NCR and parts of north India will lift on Tuesday, January 10, according to IMD.

Today’s minimum temperature in Delhi was 1.9 degrees Celsius, the season’s lowest so far.

Speaking with ANI, India Meteorological Department senior scientist RK Jenamani stated: “Tonight there will be a cold to severe cold wave over Delhi and the temperature will be around 3-4 degrees, some stations may record it as 2 degrees but from January 10 there will be no dense fog, no cold wave, maybe isolated fog will prevail but the cold wave will go.”

(With Inputs From ANI)

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