Most of the private schools in Mohali have decided to keep the schools closed in view of increasing smog in the region. The problem of smog is escalating by the day especially in the northern area. Every now and then there are news of one or the other mishappening occurring due to the thick smog. Tricity too is getting engulfed under the grey blanket of smog gradually and that is why the Punjab Government has declared to keep the schools closed for some time.
Due to smog private schools in Mohali closed for three days
As per the report, most of the leading private schools in Mohali (Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nagar) have decided to keep the schools closed for three days. The schools have taken the decision to follow the Punjab Government’s judgment of keeping schools closed across the state for three days in view of the increasing smog in the region. The three days are likely to be clubbed with the coming weekend hoping that a little change in weather may bring in some respite from smog.
Here are the Schools that will be closed for three days in Mohali
According to the report, the managements of Yadwindra Public School (YPS, Mohali), Doon International School, St. Soldier International School,, Shemrock Senior Secondary School, Learning Paths School and Gian Jyoti Public School have decided to keep their institutes closed in Mohali for three days to go by the Punjab Government’s decision. These schools will follow Punjab Government’s decision and will keep closed for three days in view of the increasing smog in the state and its neighbouring state as well.
Deputy Commissioner to ensure no violation
Gurpreet Kaur Sapra, Mohali Deputy Commissioner has stated that it would be ensured that there is no violation of the order. It will be ensured that all the schools under the Mohali jurisdiction are closed for three days. The DC also stated that risk factors are too high due to the increasing smog in the region and it is important to make sure all the schools abide by the Punjab Government’s decision to close the institutes for three days.
Source: The Tribune