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Panchayat in Telengana organises band baja to welcome students returning to school after 1.5 years; fun video surfaces

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Rayalapur village Gram Panchayat members Telangana organized a ‘band baaja’ to welcome students returning to primary school, after one and a half years.

Why was the “band baja” organised by the Gram Panchayat?

On 1st September, the Rayalapur village Gram Panchayat organised the “band baja” as the village primary school was opened after an 18months long break. Due to Covid-19 pandemic and National wide lockdown, the Primary School was closed from March 25, 2020.

School Headmaster said it was time for a little celebration

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According to Siddi Ramulu “It was time for a little celebration this morning. The school’s headmaster, the students, who were waiting to be in class, “enjoyed themselves tremendously”.

Ramulu said of the return of the students “Today, 36 of the 82 students studying in Classes 1 to 5 returned to school, and I am hopeful that in the coming days, all of the students will return”.

COVID-19 protocols were issued by the Telangana High Court

All government schools reopened on 1st September with 50 per cent or less attendance. At most of the private schools, teachers and other staff were present but very few students came to school. As per the Covid-19 protocols and directions issued by the Telangana High Court, the teachers and staff at government schools were required to wear masks and keep sanitizing the hands. 

If anyone, including students, is found without masks, we are giving them one to wear,” said G Yadaiah, a teacher at Lingampally MPP School.

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