Monthly Report November 2021

By: Boro Baski
10.12.2021 News

After nearly two years of closure because of Covid 19 pandemic the high schools in the state have reopened from 16th November. Presently only the students of class IX to XII are attending school and other classes will follow gradually. The striking part is the rate of discontinuation of studies among the students is very high. Due to prolonged closure of schools many students of higher classes have engaged in building construction works in local towns or migrated to other states to work in bakery, doll making or in packaging shops. Minor students have joined their parents in agricultural related works. The rate of discontinuation in our villages is less compared to the remote areas. And this has been possible because of the continuous contact that our teachers kept with the students and their parents.

Rice harvesting has begun in the villages but the irregular rainfall is damaging the quality of rice as well as disrupting the harvesting.



Bishnubati had participated in ‘A Unique Exhibition-Cluster of Museum’ from 19th  to 25th November at the Kolkata Centre for Creativity, Kolkata. The Museum Of Santal Cultue, Bishnubati had displayed two of its items from the museum - a Banam and Chadar bador along with the history of making the museum through photographs. A team from the museum also participated in discussion and presented a musical performance in the event.

The students and teachers were busy preparing a programme for the Museum Day celebration to be held on 9th December. 

Boro Baski explains exponates


The regular activities of coaching classes, cleaning, gardening and health care programmes continued as usual. The students had taken up the drive of planting flower plants and decorative plants in the campus of Prantik.


RSV school


The school has not re-opened yet. Two classes at a time were called to the school for teaching-learning on alternate days.  Music lessons, sports, cleanliness and nutritional food have been provided to the students regularly.  Seven members of the ‘Inner Wheel’, one of the women's clubs of the Rotary Club of Bolpur had come to RSV school and interacted with the students and teachers. They also donated some game materials to the school.

 Members of the Rotary Club in the school

Kick for Help


Due to rice harvesting the senior players are irregular in the football coaching as they join their parents working in the fields. The junior teams continued their practice regularly.


Hostel Coaching Center


The coaching centre continued regularly. Besides their teaching and learning the students had a training of making the mushroom bags. Besides the vegetable production mushroom also will be produced from next month which will be used for consumption in the school kitchen as well as for the demonstration for the village farmers.     


Mutter und Kind – Betreuung


Health check up camp was organized at Ghosaldanga and Bishnubati by Dr. Monika Golebiewski and her team of St. Mary’s hospital, Makrampur. The children from 4 to 6 years were tested to check their hemoglobin level as the nutrition feeding had been discontinued in the last two years due to Covid 19.