These officers will report to the DJB CEO, and are responsible for executing decisions taken by the Yamuna Cleaning Cell.
The PM 10 was recorded at 376 in the 'very poor' category and PM 2.5 was recorded at 224 in the 'very poor' category at 7:50 am.
The bench reversed the decision to allow construction activities from November 22 in view of improved ground situation in air pollution level.
The ban on entry of trucks carrying non-essential commodities will, however, continue till December 3 while CNG and electric-run trucks will be allowed in the city from November 27 onwards.
However, the top court made it clear that it intended to pass orders on measures to be implemented by the Centre, Delhi and NCR states to improve the air quality and bring it to a satisfactory level.
Physical classes in schools, colleges to resume from November 29 in Delhi: Environment minister Gopal Rai
Rai urged government staff to use public transport and said special buses will be deployed for them.
The Supreme Court said due to the seriousness of the issue it will continue to hear this matter and posted the case for the next hearing on November 29.
In the letter, the parents have said that schools were already closed for a longer period due to COVID-19 and while construction and other activities have been allowed.
The union government’s System for Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research also said that winds help to improve air quality significantly.
With farm fires being almost over, Delhi's pollution scene is still going to be bad owing to local pollutants and adverse meteorological conditions as cold conditions set in, said experts.
The Delhi government has lifted the ban on construction and demolition activities in view of an improvement in the air quality.
Air pollution: Delhi extends ban on entry of trucks, work from home for government staff till November 26
Though the order issued by the environment department did not make it clear if the curbs on construction and demolition activities will continue, a senior official said the ban has been lifted.
Delhi Environment minister Rai to hold high-level meeting to review restrictions imposed to combat pollution
To combat pollution, the Delhi government had on Wednesday issued 10 directions, including a ban on the entry of trucks carrying non-essential items in the city and closure of schools.
So far, Metro trains and buses in Delhi were allowed to run only with full seating capacity to reduce crowding to check the spread of COVID-19.
The pollution situation in the city is likely to remain similar at least till November 21, after which winds are likely to be strong and help in dispersion.