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Weekly News by X C dated 4th April,2015

posted Apr 4, 2015, 12:12 AM by Dorji Samdup   [ updated Apr 5, 2015, 9:48 AM by Dorji Nedup ]

Annual School Rimdro

According to the school calendar 2015, annual school rimdro was held on 23rd March in Yebilaptsa MSS. It was successfully held under the coordination of Lam  Pema Wangchuk from Goling.

The program started at 5:30 am and ended at around 6:00 pm in the evening. The principal of the school said that the annual school rimdro was conducted to bring the good luck in the school throughout the year.

 Dzongkha Reading competition

Yesterday YMSS organized Inter house dzongkha reading competition to celebrate the National Reading Year in commemoration of 60th birth anniversary of His Majesty the fourth king. It was coordinated by the Dzongkha literary committee. According to the organizer, Madam Wangmo, “It was mainly organized in order to improve the reading skills and inculcate reading habits of the students. 

Forest Fire at Goling where a man was burnt to death.

Last month on 26th April, 72 years old man was burnt to death due to forest fire. According to the villagers the man was dead due to electric shock when he was cutting a tree as the tree accidentally fell on the electric wire. The shock then led to forest fire and the man was stuck in the fire and was then burnt to death.


Spread of Acute Respiratory Infection in Zhemgang

ARI which means Acute Respiratory Infection, is a viral disease that affects normal breathing function. The disease started in Zhemgang HSS. Around 200 students were suffering from the disease.

To the above matter the school administration  with the help of warden allocated separate rooms to keep the sick patients in hostel.

Few students from Yebilaptsa MSS suffered from cough and cold. But after the check up by the health workers from Yebilaptsa hospital found that they are not infected by ARI.

The main symptoms of ARI are: Congestion, either in the nasal sinuses or lungs, running nose, cough, sore throat and fatigue.