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Haryana Announces Early Summer Vacation for All Schools Amid Heatwave

-By ArdorComm News Network

The Haryana government has announced an early start to summer vacation for all schools, including government, government-aided, and private institutions. Effective from May 28, all schools will remain closed until June 30 due to the rising temperatures and severe heatwave conditions. This change in the vacation schedule was communicated by the Directorate of Education, Haryana, in a notice released on May 27.

Schools will resume operations on July 1. Initially, the summer vacation was scheduled from June 1 to 30, but the decision to preponed the dates was made considering the current weather conditions, with temperatures soaring to 46 degrees Celsius.

The official notice states, “In continuation of the department’s letter number 2/2-2023 ACD (12) dated 17.05.2024, you are informed that in all the schools (government and private) of the state summer vacation is declared from 28.05.2024 to 30.06.2024. All schools will remain closed during the said time period. Apart from this, all the teachers will also ensure to give holiday homework to the students today on 27.05.2024.”

In addition to the statewide closure, the government had already shut down all schools in Gurugram from May 27 to 31 due to the extreme heatwave. Summer vacations in Gurugram will start from June 1 and end on June 30, with academic activities resuming on July 1.

The heatwave has affected several northern states, including Himachal Pradesh, with warnings and red alerts issued for Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi, West Uttar Pradesh, and Gujarat. These alerts indicate a high risk of heat-related illnesses and heat strokes across all age groups. Consequently, schools in states like Delhi, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, and Rajasthan are also closed to protect students from the extreme heat.

 

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