The first day of visiting relatives! Books, notebooks and eagerness for new studies in schools leader

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Pune : Leader News Service : Schools in the city opened on Thursday. Students entered the school excitedly holding the fingers of their parents and eager for new textbooks. Also, the joy of meeting their relatives could be seen on the faces of the children. He received a unique welcome in the schools. Chhota Bheem and Doraemon were present to welcome the students at Deccan Education Society’s new Marathi school. School Principal Kalpana Wagh felicitated the students.

At Modern Primary School, an arch of colorful balloons was erected at the entrance of the school. Principal Rohini Kale welcomed the students. Posters of Doraemon, Mickey Mouse, Chhota Bheem etc were pasted in Ahilya Devi High School for Girls. Students were also happy to see the cartoons. Maharashtra Education Society’s Perugate Bhave High School had a picture of ‘School Chale Hum’ painted at the entrance.

Welcome clown and Cadbury’s gift
Rajiv Gandhi E-Learning School at Shivdarshan, Pune Municipal Corporation celebrated the first day of school in a unique way with the slogan ‘School Chale Hum’. Smiling welcoming clowns and a visit from Cadbury’s made the faces of the students light up. Former Deputy Mayor Aba Bagul and teaching staff warmly welcomed the students with roses and Cadbury. On this occasion, three clowns were also specially present to welcome the students and welcomed the students with a smile.

School begins with educational drama experiment
‘Why are wolves called evil?’ Based on this enlightenment, a drama experiment was presented. Students of class 9th and 10th gave a very spontaneous response to this play. After seeing this effective drama about ‘Don’t spread rumours’, all the students took an oath that ‘we will not spread any kind of rumors about caste, religion, caste, color or sarcasm of our students’.

The steps taken under the initiative ‘My first step in school’
In the Deccan Education Society’s new Marathi school, Mamaze School’s First Footprint, a government initiative, every first-grader child’s footprints were taken on paper. Students and parents also took a photo session near the special selfie point created by the school. All the children were given Bundi Ladoo to eat.

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