The minister shared the information on X, formerly Twitter.
She further added that for grade 6-12, schools are being given the option of shifting to online classes.
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For the sixth day on Sunday, a thick layer of haze shrouded Delhi as pollution levels reached the severe plus category due to unfavourable wind conditions, particularly calm winds during the night.
Unfavorable meteorological conditions, combined with emissions from vehicles, paddy straw burning, firecrackers, and other local pollution sources, contribute to hazardous air quality levels in Delhi-NCR during the winter every year.
Experts said due to a high share of stubble burning in Delhi’s air and unfavourable met conditions, no relief is expected for the next two days.
According to the Air Quality Early Warning System for Delhi, the air quality is predicted to remain in the ‘severe’ category till November 7.