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Schools Holiday: Good News! Schools will remain closed till this date, education department issued order

School Holiday: Big relief for school students! School holidays extended again for so many days in these states, order issued

Schools Holiday: In view of the scorching heat and the warning issued by the IMD, the School Education Department has ordered all government schools to remain closed from June 11 to 15. The schools will remain closed for teachers till June 15.

School Closed: There is a relief news for the school students of Bihar. Due to the effect of scorching heat and heat wave, the School Education Department has again issued an order to keep the school closed for 5 days. Under this, all schools will remain closed for children and teachers till June 15. Earlier, orders were issued to reopen the school from June 10, but in view of the increasing heat and the health of the children, a new order has been issued by the Education Department.

School closed from June 11 to 15

The order related to this has been issued on Monday by the Director of Secondary Education Sunny Sinha. It has been said that according to the weather forecast of the Indian Meteorological Department, heat wave conditions have been reported to remain in many places of the state till June 14. In view of this, holiday is declared in all schools from June 11 to 15. During this time, teachers of schools will also be on leave.

This order was issued earlier

Earlier, the School Education Department had issued an order on June 7, in which it was said that schools would be reopened from Monday, June 10. The order said that classes in all the schools of the state will open from 6:30 am and the classes will run till 11:30 am. At the same time, mid-day meal will be distributed in government schools from 11:30 am to 12:10 pm.

In summer, from June 10 to June 30, educational work will be done in all schools like primary, middle, secondary, high secondary, Sanskrit schools and madrasa schools in this form.

Regular classes will be conducted for students from class 9 to 12, sports, painting and other creative activities will be conducted for the children who are not a part of Mission Daksh, but now a new order has been issued.

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