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School holidays have been extended in this district, now children will have to go to school directly on this date

School holidays: A large number of people fell ill. There was a huge crowd in hospitals as well. Seeing the heat wave, Director of Basic Education Council Pratap Singh Baghel has extended school holidays from class eight till June 24. In a letter issued to the District Basic Education Officers of the state, he has instructed to open the schools from 7:30 am to 1:30 pm on June 25.

School holidays: People’s lives are in trouble due to hot desert winds. Temperatures are also rising due to the decrease in humidity in the atmosphere along with strong winds. The weather department has issued an alert, predicting severe heat till June 19 and has advised crop protection. Seeing the heat wave, the government has declared a school holiday up to class eight till June 24.

The weather became dry from Saturday morning itself. In the afternoon, people’s lives were in trouble due to the gusts of hot winds of about 25 km per hour. It became difficult for people to travel on two-wheelers. The humidity of the atmosphere was more or less fine, but the temperature of two to three degrees Celsius more than normal took a toll on health.

A large number of people fell ill. There was a huge crowd in hospitals as well. Seeing the heat wave, Basic Education Council Director Pratap Singh Baghel has extended school holidays from class eight till June 24. In a letter issued to the District Basic Education Officers of the state, he has instructed to open the schools from 7:30 am to 1:30 pm on June 25.

From June 28, students have been asked to teach from 7:30 am to 10 am. From July 1, regular schools have been asked to open from 7:30 am to 1:30 pm. From June 25 to June 30, instructions have been given to conduct cleanliness, school chalo abhiyaan and other school activities.

Advice for crop protection

In-charge of the State Agricultural Meteorological Center, Dr. Atul Singh has advised crop protection in the weather alert issued. He has suggested light irrigation of crops of moong, groundnut, sugarcane, sunflower, urad, maize etc. along with paddy saplings. He said that it is very important to maintain moisture in the fields in summer. He has predicted the possibility of monsoon after June 25.

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