Schools, colleges, universities closed across the country, board exams will also be postponed in states, big updates

Schools, colleges, universities closed across the country, board exams will also be postponed in states, big updates
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UP news : On one hand, Corona is continuously spreading its legs in the whole country of India. On the other hand, winter is also showing its wrath in Uttar Pradesh. Uttar Pradesh is getting colder due to falling temperature. Not only this, along with the chill, the fog has slowed down the speed of the vehicles. Due to the increasing cold, now it has started affecting the schools as well. Due to the increasing cold in the schools of many districts of Uttar Pradesh, the DM has ordered to keep the schools closed. However, whether it will affect pre board exams or practical exams or not, as well as there are reports of closure of all schools, colleges and all universities, which we are telling you below.

Schools closed in many districts of Uttar Pradesh

Due to the increasing cold, holidays have been declared in many schools of Uttar Pradesh. In fact, the speed with which winter has started showing its widespread form in Uttar Pradesh has increased the concern of the administration for the children. In Uttar Pradesh’s Agra, Pilibhit, Bareilly and Aligarh, the DM has ordered closure of schools up to class 8th till January 15. On the other hand, schools will remain closed in Shahjahanpur till January 15. Also, the DM in Meerut has ordered the closure of schools up to class 12th till January 15.

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According to all the media reports, the news of the closure of all schools, colleges and universities across the country including Uttar Pradesh is running fast. At present, some schools have been closed due to Corona and cold, but whatever news is there about the closure of college and university, it is a complete rumor and it will be dangerous for you to believe such news at the moment. No lockdown has been imposed even officially, for this also keep yourself relaxed.

Pre board and practical exams will not be affected

Due to the ever-increasing winter in Uttar Pradesh, the DM of many districts has ordered the closure of schools. However, it will not be seen to have any effect on pre board exams and practical exams. That is, pre-board examinations and practical examinations (UP Board Exams) will continue in the schools of all the districts of Uttar Pradesh. For your information, let us tell you that in many districts the DM has ordered the closure of schools from class one to eighth. At the same time, orders have also been issued to keep schools closed till class XII in many districts.

Changed time table from class 9th to 12th

In several districts of Uttar Pradesh, schools only up to class VIII have been ordered to remain closed. At the same time, the time table for the school of students from class 9 to class XII has been changed. According to the issued order, now classes from 9th to 12th will start from 10:00 am. These classes will start from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm.

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