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Birgunj Metropolis instructs schools to limit class hours in view of increasing heat


10 June 2024  

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BIRGUNJ: Birgunj Metropolitan City has directed public and private schools to conduct classes only until 10:30 am due to the recent extreme rise in temperature.

A meeting of the metropolitan city led to this directive, which takes effect immediately.

Chief Administrative Officer Matrika Bhattarai emphasized that the measure aims to safeguard students’ health amid the extreme heat conditions.

Bhattarai noted the Meteorological Department’s forecast indicating a potential further increase in temperatures in the Tarai-Madhes region.

“A meeting of the Metropolitan City has instructed the authorities concerned to manage the time period for conducting classes up to 10:30 am until further notice. The losses incurred due to the reduced teaching period can be reconciled later,” he stated.

Within Birgunj metropolis, there are 92 public schools and 138 private schools.

The public school category includes 21 secondary schools, 15 basic schools, 55 primary schools, and one pre-primary school.

Publish Date : 10 June 2024 09:47 AM

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