Monthly Report August 2022

By: Boro Baski
22.09.2022 News

Although the rice sowing period was quite late last month, due to insufficient rain water, paddy samplings seemed to recover and grow well. Rice field around our village looks green and beautiful. The development activities of the organization too have returned to its rhythm. 15th August, the Independence Day was celebrated in all the centres of Bishnubati, Ghosaldanga and RSV school followed by various activities.



The regular activities of educational coaching, music, gardening and museum went on well at Bishnubati. After the hoisting of the national flag on the Independence Day, the students, teachers and villagers planted Mohua trees at the religious places of the village like the Manjhi Than, Kali Than and the Jaher Than. Mohua tree is one of the sacred trees of Santals.  







At Ghosaldanga too, students and teachers celebrated the Independence Day in the Prantik campus


RSV School:

The educational programm, nutrition feeding and other activities of the school went on normally this month.

‘Rakhsha Bandhan’ a festival celebrating the relationship between brothers, and sisters was celebrated in school. Subhas and Chandni Mukherjee, the two long time friends of the school brought self made ‘Rakhi’ (sacred thread) and all the students tied the thread in each others’ wrist and later everybody shared a good meal together.  

15th August is also the foundation day of the school and therefore a special programme was organized at the school and the students, teachers and the villagers from other centres also participated after completing the other programmes in their respective villages. This year the chief guest for the programme was Prof. Ranjit Bhattcharya, the former director of Anthropological Survey of India, Kolkata. Several important personalities from Bolpur and Santinketan also attended the event. The students and teachers took part in the cultural programme.

Blood group identification camp was held at school in collaboration with Red Cross Society of India, Bolpur. More than one hundred students’ blood groups were tested by medical doctors and certificates were distributed to them.



Hostel Coaching und Students' Bio farm:

The education coaching for high school students at the hostel continued well. Due to the rain the vegetable garden remained without use but the students helped Monotosh Das, the in-charge for the agriculture, in sowing paddy in the school’s agricultural land.  






Kick for Help:

The Girls’ teams have played two matches this month. One in Dumum village organized by Kolkata based club ‘Players Scouting’ where the KFK became the runners up. And another match was a friendly tournament against the Bolpur Town Club organized by Bolpur Municipality at Bolpur Dakbanglow ground.