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Students troubled by heat, NSUI submits memorandum to DEO for change in school timings…

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Students troubled by heat, NSUI submits memorandum to DEO for change in school timings…

Satyapal Singh Rajput, Raipur. In view of the current scorching heat, NSUI has submitted a memorandum to Raipur District Education Officer for change in the operating timings of government and non-government schools. Read this also: Big decision of High Court, appointment of B.Ed pass assistant teachers cancelled, know the whole matter…

Let us tell you that at present the scorching heat has started increasing, due to which teachers and school staff along with students are troubled. In such a situation, in view of the problems of the students, the students associated with the organization along with NSUI Vice Chairman Puneshwar Lahere have submitted a memorandum to the Raipur District Education Officer.

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Puneshwar Lahare said that every year the negligence of the District Education Officer has to be informed. At this time of summer everyone, both children and elders, are troubled. In such a situation, school timings are from 8 am to 4 am. Due to heat, it is having adverse effects on children studying in rural areas and teachers working in remote areas. Most of the children and teachers are falling ill due to the extreme heat and humidity.

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Due to the current rise in temperature across the state, the timing of operation of all government, non-government, aided, recognized, Kendriya Vidyalaya, Navodaya Vidyalaya, CBSE educational institutions running in the district has been postponed to morning to protect the students from the heat. Scheduled from 7.30 am to 12 noon, a memorandum has been given to order it to be conducted.