Tuesday, 8 December 2015

News Round-up September & October 2015

News Round-up September & October 2015

I have heard an anecdote of a boy who happened to cogitate at the people who are restless and unhappy. One day he asked his grandmother about it. She replied “It is not possible for life to make a selfish person happy, whatever temporary satisfactions may come along. But...” She added, “Life can give you joy if you live for the joy of others,” The teachers who comprehend this may become more selfless which help them to be affectionate and working beyond the comfortable frontier. The unselfish teacher becomes a model to the students and his/her footsteps are followed by many.

There are many activities which happened during the month of September & October that reflect such unselfish endeavors of teachers, parents, well-wishers etc.

One such example is the inception of VKV Dollungmukh. The untiring works of a few namely Er.RatanTebin, Er.KinaTamik, Shri.MagaTasso, VKV Alumnus have taken lead to materialize the dream of the local populace of Dollungmukh to set up a VKV there.

Inauguration ofVKV Dollungmukh: 

The 34th VKV of Arunachal Pradesh was inaugurated in Dollungmukh on 28 September 2015.Shri BengiaTolum, Nyishi Elite Society president and Shri.Rakesh, Executive Director NHPC Subansiri Project jointly inaugurated the VKV in the presence of Dr. Joram Begi, Director of all the VKVs of North Eastern Region & Trustee of VKVAP Trust, other dignitaries, a large number of well-wishers, officials of NHPC and parents. It was encouraging to see the enthusiasm of people who have assembled there. NHPC is committed for the creation of infrastructure under its CSR scheme.

Varsharambha Ceremony of VKV- Dollungmukh: - 

The first Varsharambha Ceremony of VKV- Dollungmukh was conducted on 30th September Sri.Unnikrishnan.P.M, Education Officer, VKVAPT, Shri.Rudra Prasad Dhungana from VKV- Banderdewa and I could be part of the Varsharambha. A good number of parents attended the programme. The team under the leadership of Shri R.Murugan and his team are set to make a big difference in the area with their selfless work. The school is having class I to III with 72 Students in roll. Out of 72, 26 (boys) students are hostellers.

Glimpse of Vivek Kiran Activities :- 

The unique service project namely ‘Vivek Kiran’ undertaken by VKVAPT  in collaboration with Navajbai Ratan Tata Trust for strengthening the formal education system of Kimin circle saw varied activities during the last two months. Some of them are 5day residential camp for Anganwadi workers wherein Smt. Sulabha Kulkarni and Smt. Meghna Paranjpe from Jnana Prabodhini, Solapur Maharashtra guided the participants; Health checkup in all the Anganwadis, covering 750 students; Science camp for Government school teachers, setting up of a resource centre at VKV Sher etc.

Chintan Baithak of VKVAPT:  

A Chintan Baithak was organized by VKVAPT from 12th October to 15th October at Dibrugarh. Administrative committee members, Cluster in charges, VKVAPT core team members, one the senior Principals were participants in the same. The meeting was facilitated by Dr. Ajit Kanitkar, a well known management expert from Pune, Maharashtra. Mananeeya Nivedita Didi, all India Vice President of Vivekananda Kendra participated in the Baithak on 13th& 14th October for a short duration. The Chintan Baithak took stock of the works of VKVs in the last more than 35 years in terms of present context in order to chart out a roadmap to be followed to remain as a premier educational institution contributing to the development of Arunachal Pradesh. Various topics were dealt with in the Baithak by brainstorming, sharing of experiences, group discussion and presentation, case studies etc.

Workshop for Principals: 

A five day workshop for selected Principals of various VKVs of Arunachal Pradesh was conducted in VKV Nirjuli from 25th to 29th October 2015. 18 Principals and 3 cluster- in charges attended the workshop. The workshop was designed to provide updated inputs in order to equip the Principals with skills to execute diverse roles effectively. Sri Aravind Gore, an eminent teacher trainer and academician from Maharashtra was the main resource person. Sri Pravinji, Secretary VKVAPT was present in the inaugural ceremony. All the members of VKVAPT core team, Cluster In charges were present in the entire program. The training event was marked by activities tailor-made to develop various skills.

Prachodaya Shibir: 

The Shibir for the high achievers studying in Class IX in different VKVs of the state was held in VKV Itanagar from 29th to 31st October. A total number of 159 students (62 Boys and 97 girls) from 21 secondary and Higher Secondary VKVs attended the Shibhir.

The Shibir had a good beginning with the apt inauguration program in which Shri Mige Kamki, Deputy Commissioner, Capital Complex & Dr.T.P.Sasikumar, former Scientist, ISRO & ADRIN attended. Organizing team was moved by the enthusiasm & receptiveness of the participants throughout the Shibir.
The sessions by Dr. T. P. Sasikumar, exposure visits to nearby localities and institutions, interview schedule with the alumnus of VKV Shri. Kaling Tayeng, IAS & Swami Vishveshananda Maharaj, talk on Physics by Dr. Anuradha Panigrahi, Associate Professor, DN College, Itanagar were some of the highlights of the programme.

Dr. T. P. Sasikumar covered myriad of topics relevant to the students and motivated them to have higher Goals in life. Some of the other activated like Swadhaya and presentation of the topic selected from ‘Spiritualizing life” a compilation of Mananeeya Eknathiji’s lectures, Yogasana, Pranayam, Prayer sessions etc added the value to the high achievers camp.

Reaching out to the neighborhood schools: - 

Many VKVs conducted personality development Camp namely Sadgamaya for the students of neighboring schools during the Mid Term Break. Altogether 959 students attended the camp in various VKVs. The students were exposed to the routine life, inspirational lectures,Games, Group discussion etc. VKVs Amliang, Sunpura, Jirdin, Balijan, Nirjuli, Yazali, Tafrogam, Jairampur, Banderdewa conducted the camp.  We are yet to receive report of some of the schools.

Career information Program: A career counseling program was arranged in VKV Roing and Nirjuli with the help Sri.S.Majumdar, Faculty, Cost and Management Accountancy, Kolkata. The students were exposed to the world of work and the role of account related studies were dealt in the programme.

Vimarsh Conducted: 

 In continuation to the Vimarsh series which has been taken up as a part of the yearlong celebration of the Mananeeya Eknathji Janma Shati Parva, many VKVs conducted Vimarsh on different topics in the month of September. VKVs Jairampur, Koloriang, Kuporijo, Raga, Roing, Nirjuli, Amliang, Ziro, Sunpura conducted Vimarsh during the last two months. Mananeeya Nivedita Didi, Vice President of Vivekananda Kendra was present for Vimarsh in Nirjuli on the topic of Dharma.

Major Celebrations:- 

Universal Brotherhood Day, Krishna Janmashtami and Ganesh Chaturthy were celebrated with great enthusiasm in all the VKVs.  During the Universal Brotherhood Day celebration “SPIRITUALIZING LIFE” a compilation of Mananeeya Eknathji’s Lectures, was released by the Chief Guest, Sri. Mohesh Chai, Hon’ble MLA at VKV Tafrogam and he spoke on Mananeeya Eknathji’s life and message and contribution for the Man Making and Nation Building following the footsteps of Swami Vivekananda.  While expressing his gratitude to Vivekananda Kendra for its selfless contribution through VKVs and Arun Jyoti project for Arunachal Pradesh, he remembered all the workers who were and are tirelessly working to develop the state. 

Pride to Arunachal Pradesh:- Kum. Toyir Kamgo and her friends of VKV Jirdin were selected to participate in the Expo Science, Mexico an International event which is scheduled at Tampico City, Tamaulipas, Mexico from 6th to 9th December, 2015. The selection for the event was based on the performance of them in National Children Science congress 2014 conducted in Bangalore. Km.Toyir Kamgo had presented their group’s project entitle "Impact of Firewood Collection on Weather and Climate in Jirdin Village, West Siang District, Arunachal Pradesh. Let us cheer them up!         

All said and done well, however, an important reminder to make here is about the need of busy academic activities in the coming months for the early completion of syllabus to earn enough time for revision. Please see that not a single stone remains unturned and not a single student remains unattended. Let all our children excel.

Wish you all the very best.

Yours sincerely,

Joint Secretary

Strive hard, build up your future and reach the final goal.  You have the power and faculties to live a purposeful life.  Think always how you can contribute to the betterment of the world.


                                                                                        ~~~~ Mananeeya Eknathji Ranade.

Tuesday, 29 September 2015

Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya Inaugurated at Dollungmukh

Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya Inaugurated at Dollungmukh

ITANAGAR, Sept 28: Nyishi Elite Society president Bengia Tolum and NHPC Subansiri project Executive Director Rakesh jointly inaugurated a VKV school with hostel facility in presence of VKV Arunachal Pradesh Trust, Director, Dr. Joram Begi and other dignitaries at Dollungmukh under Lower Subansiri district today. The school building with an estimated project cost of Rs. 17 crore was sponsored by NHPC under its CRS scheme. Of the Rs. 17 crore, Rs. 10 crore has been sanctioned and utilised to facilitate for starting the school.
Speaking on the occasion, VKVAP Trust joint secretary Radha Devi, highlighting the role of VKV disclosed that 33 VKV schools are imparting quality education in the state at present.
Peri Pumb Association (PPA) contributed Rs.15 lakh for infrastructure development of the school.

Monday, 7 September 2015

VKVAPT News Round-up July & August 2015

News Round-up July & August 2015

“They live in Wisdom who sees themselves in all and all in them….” It is possible to change our life style, outlook and capacity to accommodate different people if the spiritual outlook is imbibed. We need to stand apart from the rest as we have a great responsibility to educate the younger ones about the spiritual wisdom and develop right perspective about life to the masses. One of the ways of attaining the same is to undertake Swadhyaya regularly and reflect on the same. The life and message of Mananeeya Eknathji would definitely help us to achieve this.
I am happy to share some of the activities of July & August with you all:-

Launching of Vivek Kiran Project

Vivek Kiran, the new service project of Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalayas, Arunachal Pradesh Trust in collaboration with Navajbai Ratan Tata Trust (NRTT), was launched at Kimin in Papum Pare District on 21st August 2015. Mananeeya Pravinji lit the lamp in the presence of Smt. Jaya Taba, CDPO, Sri Unnikrishnan.P.M, Overall Coordinator of Vivek Kiran, Sri Sanjay Karkare, Coordinator, Sri Omanakuttan, Principal, VKV Sher, and Anganwadi workers of Kimin Circle in a simple function to mark the beginning of the Project; it aims to strengthen the formal education system of Kimin circle. The project has 5 components viz, strengthening Pre- Primary education, English Language development Programme, Strengthening Science education & Life skill development Programme in 19 Government Primary and Middle schools of Kimin circle  & setting up resource center at VKV Sher. It is a matter of great happiness that we could launch a project during the time of MEJSPV in the place where we started the first VKV in Arunachal Pradesh. It is indeed a rich tribute to Mananeeya Eknathji.      

Inauguration of Eknathji Centenary Bhavan


This is another tribute to Mananeeya Eknathji in the form of a magnificent hall at VKV Itanagar. The construction of the Bhavan started on 9th November 2013 with the Vastupooja wherein Man. Balakrishnanji and Dr. Joram Begiji were present. The hall was inaugurated by His Excellency Governor, Sri Jyoti Prasad Rajkhowa in the presence of Dr. Joram Begiji & Mananeeya Bhanudasji on 16th July 2015. The band troops of Banderdewa & Itanagar, the women cultural troops of Chimpu village lead by Smt. Biri Yalik, hundreds of parents of Itanagar, Vivek Vihar and students of Itanagar added to the grandeur of the Programme.
His Excellency Governor Sri Jyoti Prasad Rajkhowa in his address lauded the contribution of VKVs to the educational scenario of the state.

Principals Meet

The Annual Principals’ Meet for the session 2015-16 was convened in VKVAPT, Dibrugarh on 20th and 21st July 2015. All the principals from 33 VKVs attended the Meet. The meet had the guidance of many Kendra elders.  
The three sessions on ‘March Forward’ taken by Mananeeya Balakrishnanji and D. Bhanudasji were very much insightful and were studded with the strong ideals of Vivekananda Kendra. Leading purposeful life with Tyaga and Seva as the basic principles with selfless attitude, Systematic approach in all our endeavors, purity of life, Importance of Organizational life, Transparency in our monetary dealings, Teaching of Values to the children, Need of strong spiritual philosophy in life etc were the main topics covered in ‘March Forward’.   Principals Meeting took the stock of the activities conducted in the last session in order to make the activities more effective. In addition to these, there were sessions by Dr. Joram Begiji on ‘Educational Needs of Arunachal Pradesh and Our responsibility’, session by Sri Dipok Kumar Borthakur, Trustee, Sri Pravinji on the celebration of Mananeeya Eknathji Janma Shati Parva etc. There were also open discussions on various topics like Higher Academic Result-Why and How, Quality inputs – Hindrances and opportunities in Elementary School Education, Admission Policy, Reporting –Some stumbling Blocks. The result of the last Class X and XII batches were analyzed and targets were set. The various activities to be conducted in the session were also discussed.

Trust Board Meeting

The VKVAPT Trust Board Meeting for the session 2015-16 was convened at VKVAPT, Administrative office at Dibrugarh on 19th July 2015. The meeting was graced by the Trustees: Mananeeya Balakrishnanji, D. Bhanudasji, Sri Dipok Kumar Barthakurji, Dr Joram Begiji, Dr Tejum Paduji, , Sri Jeten Puluji,  & Sri Pravin Dabholkar, Secretary, VKVAPT, Sri Rupesh Mathur, Prant Sangathak, VK  Arunachal Prant, Sri Arun Raj Singh Shekhawat ,Administrative Officer, VKVAPT andme.The meeting reviewed the activities conducted in the last session and passed the financial budget for the session 2015-16.

Inter VKV Chess Tournament

The second Inter VKV Chess Tournament was held in VKV Roing on 25th and 26th August. A total number of 68 Students (Boys 52, Girls 16) participated from 27 VKVs in different categories. Sri Rajneesh Gupta, IPS, S.P. Lower Dibang Valley District and Sri S.R.Gupta, Dy. Manager, NHPC, Roing graced the Inauguration and the Valedictory Program respectively and enlightened the students with valuable sharing. Sri Bharat Linggi, Sri Santosh Giri, a national level player and Su. Aarti Giri were the referees for the event.

Name of the students
Sub-Junior( Class I to V)
Junior( Class VI to VIII)
Senior( Class IX to XII)
Vivek Vihar

Sargam Camps

Tonurture the musical talents and also for acquainting with Vedic Chanting, patriotic Songs & Sanskrit slokas. The Sargam Camps were conducted at different places wherein selected students from different VKVs participated.
Details of Sargam Camp
Participating Schools
No of Participants
25th to 29th July 2015
Seijosa, Nivedita Vihar, Balijan, Nirjuli & Banderdewa
Vivek Vihar
1st to 3rd August 2015
Vivek Vihar, Sher & Itanagar
7th to 9th August 2015
Kitpi  Tawang, Wessang, Bana& KGBV

Sri R Krishna Kumar and Smt. Anjali Das were the resource persons for the camp. The camp was a unique experience for all the participants as they devoted the entire time in learning new Songs, Bhajans and Slokas.

Class Teachers’ Workshop

The second workshop in the series of Workshops for the Class Teachers was conducted at VKV- Roing on 2nd August. 16 Class Teachers from 7schools namely Roing, Sunpura, Tafrogam, Amliang, Kharsang, Jairampur &Wessang attended the workshop. The responsibilities of class teachers, academic monitoring, preparing the students’ for Board examination, test on the CCE knowledge were some of the activities of the workshop. The workshop went on well as there was quality interaction with all of them. Sri Unnikrishnan. P.M, Education Officer, & Sri Ananda Dutta were the important resource persons for the workshop.

Participation in Enrichment Programme

Sri Unnikrishnan.P.M, Education Officer, VKVAPT participated in a 5 days Enrichment Programme for Counselors on contemporary concerns in Guidance & Counseling  at NCERT, New Delhi from 29th June to 3rd July 2015. He was one among 25 participants selected in the national Level.

Inspire Programme

The ‘Inspire’ program, to nurture giftedness has been introduced in this academic session. The students studying in Class VI of various VKVs & neighborhood schools of VKVs are the target group. The students are selected based on the common admission test conducted in their respective schools. The selected students will be the part of 5 years training program to be conducted in collaboration with Jnana Prabodhini, Pune. The students will be prepared for NMMS, State Merit scholarship & finally NTSE.

The inspire Programme was formally launched in VKV- Ziro on 10th August. Sri Vivek Ponkshe, Secretary, Education, Jnana Prabodhini, Pune; Sri Tume Amo (IPS), SP, Lower Subansiri &Unnikrishnan.P.M, attended the inauguration function. Three days residential camp was also conducted for the 50 students selected in Ziro Zone on the basis of their performance in Inspire selection test .The participants were from VKVs of Sher, Koloriang, Raga, Kuporijo, Joram, Ziro and Frontier School, Ziro.

Visit of Dr. Ajit Kanitkar

As a part of Trust’s initiative to strengthen and consolidate the existing School system, Dr. Ajit Kanitkar, a management expert was entrusted the task of studying the system for the necessary guidance. To have the first hand information he has made a visit along with our Education Officer to VKVs- Itanagar, Sher, Yazali, Joram, Ziro, Raga, Kuporijo, Jirdin and Oyan and interacted with all the stake holders.

English Teachers’ Orientation Camp

English Teachers’ orientation camp was conducted from 20th to 23rd August at VKV- Itanagar. 49 selected English Teachers teaching mainly in Primary and Middle sections attended the camp. SriTani Talom, Joint Director, Department of Education and Sri Marnya Ete, IAS, Secretary, Department of Education were the Chief Guests for inauguration and valedictory function respectively. Mananeeya Pravinji addressed the participants in inauguration and evening session.
Retd. Prof. Dr. R.K. Jayaraman the main resource person of the camp. Dr.R.K.Jayraman was the former faculty of Central Institute of English and Foreign Language (CIEFL), Shillong and Professor & Head of English Department in University of Sana in Yemen. The camp focused on different aspects of English Teaching like pronunciation, word stress, Rhythm of Language, writing, reading comprehension & Poetry.

Splendid performance of VKVs in District level Science Seminar

District level science Seminar 2015 for school students to select the participants for State Level Science Seminar and then in National Level were held in different District headquarters in the month of August with the theme "Harnessing Light : Prospects and Challenges”. Different VKVs emerged as the winners in their districts and became eligible to participate in the state level Science seminar. The details of the District Level winners are given below:-
Sl No
Papum Pare District
VKV- Sher
Lower Subansiri
Upper Subansiri
VKV- Kuporijo
East Siang
VKV- Oyan
West Siang
VKV- Jirdin
VKV- Sunpura
VKV- Amliang
Kurung Kumey
VKV- Koloriang
VKV- Kharsang
Lower Dibang Valley
East Kameng
VKV- Seijosa

Performance in State Level Science Seminar

11 students from VKVs who were the winners in their respective Districts participated in the State level Science Seminar held on 28th August 2015. Dobang Pertin from VKV Oyan stood third in the state level.The seminar was hosted by Govt Hr Sec School, Arunodaya - Itanagar under the auspices of Directorate of Secondary Education, GoAP.

Participation in NSS Training of Trainers on Gender equity

6 NSS programme officers from VKVs namely Sri Sanjay Kr Yadav, VKV Nirjuli; Smt. Purnima Roy, VKV Tafrogam; Sri V.N.Uthaman VKV Itanagar, Sri Laishram Lokeshor Singh, VKV Sunpura, Sri Pranjal Saikia, VKV Shergaon and Sri G. Arul Babu, VKV Yazali participated in the 3 days Training session conducted by NSS from 28th to 30th August in Itanagar.

Installation of Solar Water heaters in Ziro, Shergaon & Jirdin

With a view to popularize the use of renewable energy sources in community through schools and also to improve the facilities in hostels, the installation of water heaters were done in VKVs Ziro, Jirdin & Shergaon.  Thermal water heating system is a cost effective technology that harness the sun’s energy to provide hot water for the hostels. Sudarshan Saur Shakti Pvt. Limited has installed the water heaters in these schools.

‘Vimarsh’ in Schools

As a part of MEJSP, the VKVs have started to conduct ‘Vimarsh” on the topics: Seva, Dharma & Indian Womanhood.  VKV Itanagar and Nirjuli conducted Vimarsh on 20th&21st August respectively wherein Mananeeya Hanumantha Raoji, all India Treasure of VK Kanyakumari dealt on the topic ‘Seva’. VKV-Oyan conducted Vimarsh on ‘Seva’ and VKV- Jirdin conducted on the all the three themes.

Prerana Shibir

A 3 day residential Shibir for the Day scholar students of class VII studying in VKVs: Itanagar, Nirjuli, Ziro & Raga was conducted. The shibir is meant to expose the students to the ideal daily routine to be followed in life; living together & helping them to explore the life of great personalities to cherish high ideals in one’s life.

Achievement of students

The Class XII students of VKV Itanagar Kr. Akash Verma & Km. Liza Ghosh won the cash award and certificate from CBSE by participating in ‘Expression Series’ Essay writing competition which is conducted in the National Level. 

Tribute to Alma Mater

VKVians in the banner of HALO Society conducted a day long Medical Camp at VKV- Oyan. The Alumni of 1999 Class X batch organized themselves as a service society to undertake various service activities within the state. Dr.M.Perme, DMO inaugurated the camp. Dr.Joram Beda, IAS and Sri Wangda Gyastso, Assistant Professor, JN College who are the alumni of VKVs spoke on the occasion. VKVians like Pisa Kachi, District Treasury Officer, Lower Subansiri, Sri Ranjiv Kimsing Asst.Env. Er, A.P.Pollution Control Board, Sri Kaling Darung, Asst. Prof. J.N.C, Pasighat, Sri Narmi Tade A.E, PHE, Sri Narmi Darang, Asst.Prof.J.N.C, Pasighat, Dr.Tumge Loyi, Medical Officer, Dr. Taru Tazung Medical Officer, Sri Tamchi Shyam, J.E, PHE (all senior VKVns) were also present for the programme. 1100 persons from neighborhood villages of VKV- Oyan were benefitted from the camp.

Best March Past Trophy to VKV Banderdewa

VKV Banderdewa received best March Past troop’s trophy from Hon’ble Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh Sri Nabam Tuki on 15th August at IG Park in Itanagar. 69th State Independence day celebration in Itanagar witnessed the participation of many schools in capital complex, many cultural teams and artists from across the state.

Health Check ups in Schools

VKV Banderdewa, Koloriang, Jairampur, Oyan and Kharsang conducted General Health check ups for all the students. Health check ups are to monitor the physical growth of all the students, the early detections of health related deficiencies if any and also to attend ailments if any.
Dear Sisters and brothers, it was a rejuvenating experience for me to attend the Sangathaks’ Shibir at Kanyakumari which was held from 30th July to 3rd August. The Jeevanviriti Karyakartas from all over the country gathered for the Shibir and it was enriching experience for all the Karyakartas to be with the elders and knowing their experiences with Mananeeya Eknathji and many more things about the organization. Revisiting the goals and collectively thinking about the mission were the prime focus of the Shibir. A special edition of Man. Eknathji’s lectures complied in a set of three books named as “Spiritualizing life” was released during this occasion by Mananeeya Parameswaranji, President, Vivekananda Rock Memorial and Vivekananda Kendra; first copy was given to Adaraneeya Sri.H.Angirasji (Mamaji).
It was also a good experience for me to visit VKVs of Kanyakumari, Valliyur and interact with a large number of students and teachers this time.
Let us all put our effort and positive energy for fruitful and dynamic activities that are aimed for our inner growth, betterment & expansion and consolidation.
Best Wishes on Teachers Day, Sri Krishna Janmashtami and a warm regards to all.

Yours Sincerely,

Joint Secretary

“Like a commander, decide the mission to be fulfilled and then plan the strategy, taking into consideration the power, potentialities and the limitations.  Think of the best manner in which the goal is to be achieved.  ‘Ifs’ and ‘buts’ have no place in this.” ---Mananeeya Eknathji Ranade.

Wednesday, 2 September 2015



The HALO SOCIETY, the recently formed service society under the leadership of a handful of VKV Alumni conducted a day long free medical and awareness camp at VKV Oyan on 09 August 2015.
All arrangements were complete by 08th August itself and on 09th morning, the school along with the office bearers of the Halo Society got ready for the formal inauguration of the programme. It was a small but befitting function where Dr.M.Perme, DMO, East Siang Presided over and inaugurated the camp. Sri.P.Ajay Kumar, Principal VKV Oyan gave the welcome address. Sri.Joram Beda, IAS, gave the Key note address and Sri.Wangda Gyatso Gyana gave the vote of thanks.

The DMO gave a detailed account of the preventive measures of the recent rise in dengue fever in this area.
About 1100 persons availed the benefits of the camp. And it became a roaring success. Almost all the staff members of our school and their family members availed the benefits.
All the office bearers exchanged their memories of their days in VKVs in the sidelines of the camp and had a lunch together in the dining hall itself as they did in their school days. Some alumni of VKV Oyan were contemplating on some developmental programmes in the campus.
By 5.00 pm the programme was over and the organizers agreed to meet again with such ideas in future.
The following members were actively involved in the programme.
Name of doctors who contributed in the camp-
Dr. M Gammeng-Medicine specialist
Dr. P Pazing-Surgical specialist
Dr. K Tatin-child specialist
Dr. T Mize –SMO
Dr. T Siram- MO
Dr. T Komo- MO
Dr. K Pao
01 Dr.Joram Beda Secy.Tourism, Govt. of Ar.Pradesh-IAS
02 Sri.Wangda Gyatso Gyana Asst.Prof. J.N.C, Pasighat
03 Sri.Pisa Kachi Dist.Treasury Officer, L/Subansiri
04 Sri.Kaling Darung Asst.Prof. J.N.C, Pasighat
05 Sri.Ranjiv Kimsing Asst.Env.Er,A.P.Pollution Control Board
06 Sri.Narmi Tade A.E, PHE
07 Sri.Narmi Darang Asst.Prof. J.N.C, Pasighat
08 Dr. Tunge Loyi Medical Officer
09 Dr.Taru Tazung Medical Officer
10 Sri.Kaling Jamoh Social Activist
11 Sri.Dani Tatung
12 Sri.Nirmal Jamoh
13 Sri.Rakesh Bori ASM, Oyan
14 Sri. Tamchi Shyam J.E, PHE
15 Sri.Kaling Siram Teacher, Pasighat
16 Sri.Naseeb Gao J.E.,Education Dept.
17 Sri.Nimrod Jamoh Lect.Daying Ering B.Ed.College,PSGT