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A terrible flood

By staff reporter
Midnapur, Aug 20 : A terrible flood has been happened at Ghatal this month. The cause of the flood was the continuous heavy rain for three days. The rivers Shilabati and Mundeswari which flow through the area were in spate and  overflowed their banks. The waters rushed into the villages on either side of these rivers. Ghatal, Sultanpur, Khasbar, and Lakshmanpur villages were completely submerged. The people took shelter in high places and on high roads.
The loss caused by the flood was very heavy. The crops of 4000 hectares of land were destroyed. 1500 houses were washed off. 500 cattles  were swept away.
Relief work was immediately started by the Panchayets, Ramkrishna Mission, Bharat sevashram, red cross etc. Cooked food and shelter were provided to the victims of the flood. Cholera inoculation was given on a mass scale .

Report Writings/Outbreak of Diarrhea in Purulia


By staff reporter
Purulia , 20 th Sept. : 30 persons including some children, died of diarrhea and more than 100 patients were admitted to hospitals  in the Purulia –I block in the past ten days.
A medical team led by Purulia Sadar hospital doctors  visited the affected areas. The saw the patients admitted  to the hospital and others health centre. They  got few patients shifted to Bankura hospital . Health Officals say contaminated water is responsible for the outbreak of diarrhea . The ponds and tanks which are the usual sources of drinking water for the people of these areas.
The Health administration faces an acute crisis of medicines and saline. During the past three days village hospitals have failed to provide adequate saline  and medicines to patients.

Report Writings/Train Accident


Jnaneswari Express Derailed, 150 killed, 320 injured
By staff reporter
Jhargram, May 28 : A serious Rail accident took place between Sardiha and Khemashuli, 16 k.m. away from Jhargram in Paschim Midnapore. At least 150 passengers were died and 320 injured while While Jnaneswari express derailed yesterday at 1.30 a.m. According to railway sources the accident occurred as the railway tracks were cut off. As it was deep night the rescue operation was started late. Local people came forward to help the rescue operation. Army was deployed and the injured passengers were removed to different hospitals. Dead bodies were also removed but most ot them are not identified. Railway high officaials and Rail Minister  rushed to the spot and took all possible measures on war  footing steps and announced all possible help and also financial help to the injured and the nearest of kim  of those killed in the accident. An investigation is going on to find out the real motive of the accident.

Report Writings/SAY NO TO POLY BAGS


Kolkata, 20th February( By a Staff Reporter) : An awareness about ill effects  of using poly bags was held at Purulia Town Club  to make our environment a clean and healthy place .  It continued for 7 days . On  the opeing day the campaign was inaugurated by a noted environemntlist, Mr P.K. Mitra.The enthusiastic residents  attended. The active campaigners  were making door to door campaign and they  were also distributing leaflets. Two vehicles decorated with slogans, non-degradable product etc. On the closing day the residents  staged a one act play pointing out the evil effects of misuse of poly bags. A committee was formed to conduct this type of programme once in a month. The residents volunteered to raise a fund for organising various programmes and campaigns.

Report Writings/EACH ONE TEACH ONE


Purulia, 20th February,(By staff reporter) : Marching ahead with the mood of the recent times and dire need of the age our school, Purulia Zila School in association with Rotary Club of Purulia celebrated World Literacy Day by organizing campaign of adult literacy. The slogan ‘Each one Teach one’ was translated into practice when students of the school pledged to eradicate  illiteracy in the neighboring  slum clusters and a few villagers. The day began with the inauguration of function in the morning assembly when the Minister of Education for State was the chief guest. A booklet  to promote literacy was launched by the chief guest. The Minister of State promised an aid of fifty thousand rupees to kick start the campaign. He also said that outstanding volunteers would be given certificate of excellence and  trophies. The day long  activities included a poster making competition for different age-groups. A visit of class XII students to the nearby slum was scheduled wherein the women and elderly were targeted first. Thus the campaign began successful note. 


Report Writings/SCIENCE EXHIBITION


        Purulia,20th February(By a Staff Reporter) : Purulia Zila School organized a science exhibition with an objectivity of increasing awareness and encouraging scientific temper  among the student from 12th February to 18th February,2012  at M.S.A. Ground. The day began with the inauguration of function in the morning assembly when the Minister of Education for State was the chief guest. Various schools displayed their exhibits in this exhibition. More than 100 models and charts based on the theme “Indigenous Technology and Sustainable Development were put on display.The most of the exhibits focused on our real life problems. The use of bio-gas project was showed by Zila School,Purulia. Another exhibit showed how rain-water  can be preserved to overcome the scarcity of water. Three winners were selected from four subjects of exhibition – environment management, source of energy, health and nutrition and education technology. 

Report Writings/A FRIENDLY FOOTBALL MATCH

        Purulia, 20th February( By Staff Reporter): yesterday the boys of Purulia Netaji Vidyapith played a freiendly football match with the boys of M.M.High School on the playground at M.S.A. Many spectators came to witness the game. It was a keenly contested game. In the first half of the game there was no score. But in the second half the M.M.High School team scored an impressive goal. The spectators was cheering them greatly. They became hopeful of winning the game. But soon the table turned  and the centre-forward of the Purulia Netaji Vidyapith  team scored a nice goal by a corner shot. This inspired the players very much. But in spite of their earnest efforts the players of either side failed to score any more goal. Thus the game was ended in a draw. 

REPORT WRITINGS/ Celebrated The International Yoga Day

By Haridas Paul
Purulia , 15 Dec : The international Yoga Day was celebrated on 21st june to bring peace, harmony, happiness and success to every soul in the world. This was a great opportunity to imbibe the value of discipline. Yoga is a mental, physical and spiritual practice that needs to be carried every day. Children got the chance to know how yoga embodies unity of mind and body. The students of class VI – XII with the teachers perfomed Yoga between 7am and 7:30 am.  Different yoga postures like Vrikshasana, Uttaanaasana, Trikonaasana, Bhadrasana, Muktaasana, finally ended with Pranayama and meditation. Prayers were recited before and after the programme. Heartfelt thanks  to our Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi for giving an opportunity for schools to celebrate the International Yoga day . The school is also thankful to CBSE for initiating this under them, also for inculcating Yoga as a part of the syllabus.




Report Writings/DEPARTING TEACHER GIVEN FAREWELL

Reported by Basanti Paul
P.N.V., PURULIA 5th December:  Sri Subal Kr. Mandal , an assistant teacher of our school was given a farewell on the solemn occasion  of his retirement yesterday. Sri Mondal  , a sincere  and committed teacher , had been serving the school  for more than four decades.  The farewell function was presided over by the A.D.I. of schools , Purulia . The function was started with  a song  sung by some students in chorus. The departing teacher was garlanded first. The H.M. of the  institution delivered an impressive speech about Mr. Mondal’s contributions to the all-round development of the school. All his colleagues paid heartfelt homage to the retiring teacher.  They regarded  his departure as an irreparable loss for the school. Mr. Mondal in his farewell address thanked all heartily too all. Mr. Mondal  promised to work for the well being of the school even in his post retirement years. Finally the students and the teachers handed over him some gifts as token of their love and respect to the retiring teacher. 
3. Write a report on a Free Health Check-up Camp sponsored by your club for the benefit of slum children.
Points :  Venue of the camp – date and time – their advice to the participants on how  maintain sound health.

Report Writings/FREE HEALTH CHECK-UP CAMP IN  RAIBANDH

Reported by S. Mahato
Raibandh, Purulia, 25th December: A three-day Free Health Check-up Camp  was held to examine the health of the slum children in town. The camp was started at 10 a.m,. and  broke up  at 5 p.m.  each day. As many as six doctors  came from Ramkrishna Mission  and Purulia Sadar Hospital to conduct  the camp. Besides, there were 50 volunteers and 20 paramedicals  from the local areas  assisting the medical teams.  Each day  200 children from the slums   visited  the camp who were examined  and  provided  with the medicines  required. Most of the children were found suffering  from water borne diseases. The parents of  the suffering  children were given valuable instructions and advices . They were also advised to follow some basic rules to maintain  sound health.  Each day a seminar was organized where some medical experts discussed the nature and cause of some diseases and the ways to fight them. The camp created a lot of excitement among all concerned. 

4. write a report on a Blood Donation camp  organized by the Eco-club of your school  in about  150 words using  the following points :

Report Writings/BLOOD DONATION CAMP IN SCHOOL

Reported by Moonchand Mahato
Purulia Zilla School, 20 December: The Eco-club of our school organized  a Blood Donation Camp in the school auditorium yesterday. A medical team from Purulia Sadar  conducted the camp. As many as 50 students volunteered to make the camp a success. The act of blood donation started at 9 a.m.  The H.M.  of the school  opened the camp  by donation blood himself. Teachers, students  of class XII and some local people  donated blood. Total no. of donors was 75. The members of the Eco-club  well managed the whole  situation. The donors were medically tested before the final selection.  If anything found wrong, with anybody, he/she  was not allowed to donate blood. However there was great enthusiasm  among the students. Anyway, a light refreshment was provided  to each participant in the camp.

Report Writings /Science Fair

By  S. Mahato
Purulia, July 22 : On the occasion of the birth anniversary of Satyen Basu a science fair was held in the M.S.A ground . There were 150 stalls in the fair which were beautifully decorated. The most impressive  exhibition was made by the students of Purulia Zilla School and the students of Purulia Netaji Vidyapith. Some students exhibited how mobile phones can be charged from the circuit kept in the shoes. Some students made artificial radio stations. Through scientific explanation the students of Purulia Zilla School showed  how mysterious incidents take place in this world. Various types of  LCD screens, home theatre, mobile sets and recording system were on display. A huge number of people  came to the fair and carried home a number of things. The fair started each day at around 9 o’clock in the morning and ended at around 9 o’clock at night. Maximum crowd gathered at noon.

Purulia Book Fair
By T.K. Kundu
Purulia, 21 July : The Purulia Book Fair that lasted for 7 days was a grand success.There were 200 stalls in four rows.Publishers of the district and other districts were set up stalls.  Thousands of people visited the fair site everyday and lots of books were sold . The great discount that was given on every purchase was another attraction of the fair . Various cultural programmes like debates, recitation and dramas were added attractions. Ten  engines of Fire Brigade were kept for emergency fire extinguishing.Almost 3 lakhs of visitors visited the Kolkata Book Fair in 7 days. The book-lovers ate numberous food items . A huge number of people  came to the fair and carried home a number of things. The fair started each day at around 9 o’clock in the morning and ended at around 9 o’clock at night. Maximum crowd gathered at noon.

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