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Odisha government directed schools in the State to conduct morning classes from April 2.

Bhubaneswar:9/3/18; Following the heat wave condition, the Odisha government today directed schools in the State to conduct morning classes from April 2.

The School and Mass Education department today issued a letter directing all government-run and private schools in the State to reschedule timing of all classes between 6.30 am to 10.30 am from April 2.

“Timing of all classes is rescheduled between 6.30 am to 10.30 am in all schools of the State (including public schools and privately managed schools) from 2nd April, 2018,” a letter issued by the department read.

Mid day meals (MDM) will be served at 10.00 am and in no case the school shall remain open beyond 11.00 am, the letter added.

The letter further suggested schools to complete assessment exercise/examination by 31st of this month.

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