Monthly Report, March 2022

By: Boro Baski
13.04.2022 News

March is the month of transition of weather from pleasant spring to the hot summer. The most common trees like mango, peeple, mahua, sal, neem bear new leaves and fruits.  As the nature around us changes its colors, the villagers are also gradually going back to their own rhythm of life after the long Covid-19 pandemic. The educational institutions have reopened and the youth who work outside their villages have begun to return to their own places of work. This year we could not organize our important festival, i.e, the Baha parab (spring festival) in Ghosaldanga due to the pandemic. Since last 31 years we have been organizing this festival mainly for the people from outside the village. However, the traditional Baha that is celebrated by the respective villagers were held as usual.   




Besides the regular programmes like morning and evening coaching classes, cleaning, gardening, sports and music classes, the students and teachers also had their annual picnic at the museum campus one evening. Everybody who joined in the picnic contributed 250 grams of rice and Rs. 10/- . A new submersible (water pump) was installed in the campus. The pump water will mainly be used for drinking and in the washroom.  A hand pump had been there for many years but due to insufficient ground water it is now dysfunctional. A new commode pan has been installed in the washroom. It is the first of its kind in the village.





Beside the regular activities of the village the junior leaders had organized an educational cycle tour to ‘Mama bhagne pahar’ a small historical hill and Bakreshwar Dam situated in Dubrajpur town 70 kilometers away from the village. 22 youths from Ghosaldanga, Bishnubati and Ashadullapur participated.



RSV School:

The classes in the school continued regularly. The other activities such as cleaning the campus, music, sports and mid-day meal also continued.  

Kick for Help:

Football coaching courses continued regularly for both boys and girls. 

Vocational training and youth empowerment:

An interactive session was organized at Ghosaldanga with the senior and junior youth of the village. The senior youth members who are presently working in different trades in various places of the state shared their experiences of working in towns and cities. Pankaj Mukherjee, the coordinator of the project, discussed the job opportunities in various fields and enterprises.


Mother and Child Care:

Surojmuni Kisku (F-65) of Bishnubati was suffering from paralysis and severe body pain. She was admitted to Hope Hospital, Kolkata under the guidance of Dr. Monika Golembiewski of St. Mary’s Child and Mother Care hospital. Presently she is recovering.