With an AQI of 337, Delhi faces another day of extremely poor air quality.

The air quality in Noida reached its peak with an AQI of 448 in the NCR region . The Commission for Air Quality Management (CAQM) convened a meeting to monitor the air quality in Delhi-NCR .

New Delhi, India, December 10 : According to the Society of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting And Research (SAFAR), the air quality in the national capital remained in the poor category and was reported at 337 at about 8:30 am on Saturday.The areas near Delhi university had an AQI of 316.As the mercury fell in the national capital, the smog levels also increased.The air quality in Noida reached its peak with an AQI of 448 in the NCR region.

On Wednesday, the Commission for Air Quality Management (CAQM), a Union government body recommending measures to curb air pollution in the national capital, convened a meeting to monitor the air quality in Delhi-NCR.The CAQM released a press release indicating that as the AQI in Delhi has fallen into a difficult situation, the subcommittee had recommended that all steps taken under Stage III of the GRAP be taken in full force by all the departments concerned, with immediate effect in the NCR, in addition to all steps under Stage I and Stage II of the GRAP.The announcement came after the air quality in Delhi and the national capital region fell into the harmful category.The Air Quality Index, which ranges from 0 to 100, is considered to be good, from 200 to 300, is considered to be low, and from 300 to 400, it is considered to be high, and from 400 to 500 or more.

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