Schools re-open, welcome college students with candies, roses and rain dance

Mumbai: Schools across Maharashtra reopened after summertime holiday, and the scenes had been familiar. For some, it changed into a day of joy at the same time as for a number of the toddlers; it was a tearful experience. Others had been joyous at meeting their buddies after a smash. The older ones appeared nerve-racking approximately their research.

To make all of them sense welcome, faculties across the country ushered inside the first day in distinctive approaches. At some colleges, ‘toons’ Mickey and Donald welcomed college students while at others, college students stepped into the accompaniment of ‘dhol-tasha’ at the same time as at other schools, kids made a ‘rosy’ front.

At Anuyog Vidyalaya in Khar, college students have been welcomed with sweets and plant life. In Nashik’s Sarda Kanya Vidyalaya, students had been greeted with drum beats and vegetation while Nutan Primary School in Osmanabad had a ‘Welcome’ rangoli for students and instructors handed out colorful balloons to students.

In Baramati, Sunetra Pawar, spouse of former deputy chief minister Ajit Pawar, welcomed the scholars of the Zilla Parishad college with roses and led them to school by hand.

In Dhule, college students were given books, roses, and sweets. However, Mukul Vidyamandir School, Aurangabad, had the maximum uncommon welcome deliberate, a rain dance, to welcome newly enrolled college students.

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