Punjab govt declares summer vacation in all schools from May 14

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Updated on Apr 30, 2022 12:03 IST

Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann has declared summer vacation in all schools of the state from May 14.

Punjab govt declares summer vacation in all schools from May 14

Considering the sudden intense heatwave, Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann has announced summer vacation in all schools of the state from May 14.

Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann has announced through a tweet that due to the sudden intense heatwave and suggestions from parents and teachers, it has been decided to declare summer vacation in all schools from May 14.

Many states of the country are under the spell of torrid heatwaves and record high temperatures. Apart from Punjab, Gurugram in Haryana and Satna in Madhya Pradesh also recorded high temperatures.

Many states announce early summer vacation

Amid the prevailing heatwave conditions, many states have declared early summer vacations in schools and colleges. However, the summer vacation is expected to be shorter than usual to compensate for the losses.

West Bengal is starting summer vacation from May 2 to June 15, Uttar Pradesh has announced its summer vacations from May 21 to June 30, and Karnataka declared summer vacation from April 10 to May 15, as reported by India.com.

Bhopal has decided to end classes from April 29, in Puducherry, schools will be closed for the summer holidays from April 30. Chattisgarh will close schools from April 24 and summer vacation will end on June 14. 

The Indian schools had reopened in April 2022 after two years of Covid-19 break, now apart from increasing Covid-19 cases, the heatwave is also creating a problem for schools.

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