Sunday, 10 September 2017
Jairampur,Sept 11: Vivekananda Kendra, a spiritually oriented service mission, is a thought movement started under the leadership of Mananiya Eknathji Ranade with the twin ideals of Man Making & Nation Building in 1972. It has galaxy of service activities in every nook and corner of India ablated centrally by the karyakarthas having its headquarter at Vivekanandapuram, Kanyakumari. The genesis of every project and service activity of the Kendra is mooted with the divine inspiration of Swami Vivekananda and His kaleidoscopic vision of the society in general and countryside in particular. In lieu of such vision and mission, Vivekananda Kendra has explored the proximity of its realization through the mandate of education, renunciation, dedication and service. The quality education being the panacea to all evils, that the Kendra has adopted as one of its weapons to curvature the degeneration of human values, is the only reason to open the centre of learning wherever the necessity was agglutinated. The people of Arunachal Pradesh placidly felt the dignity of true education and reciprocated Vivekananda Kendra to launch its educational activities in the state. Initially, the teachers after being trained were put in the Govt. schools to nurture the children, but soon it was realized to have pervaded constraints in the five fold developments of the learners. This invited acute pressure from the parents and public leaders to open schools by Vivekananda Kendra to impart value based education to the needy children of Arunachal Pradesh and thereby, seven schools were conceptualized in 1977, of which, VKV Jairampur is one. The journey of VKVs in the proximal of education has, thus, called upon a celebration of 40 years of relentless service of VKVs by the alumina to accolade their loving complements to their temples of learning. ‘Run for Brotherhood – A Marathon’ is a great leap forward in the outline of an invitation to one and all to spread the doctrine of brotherhood that Swami Vivekananda has left to his followers and disciples to domicile upon, as well as to have a serene beginning to the year long celebration.
VKV Jairampur, being one of the first seven schools, too organized the ‘Run for Brotherhood – A Marathon’ on the eve of Universal Brotherhood Day to join in the celebration of 40 Years of relentless Service of VKVs to the people of Arunachal Pradesh. The marathon was attended by students, teachers, public leaders, VKVians, Assam Rifle and the people of the area at Police Check Post, Jairampur early in the morning to run for brotherhood. Sri Izmir Tikhak, senior public leader and well wisher of VKVs flagged off the venerated participants gathered over there. In his inaugural address, he spoke very lavishly about the contributions of VKVs to the people of Arunachal.
The marathon also witnessed the ostentatious roles of the youth of the area who were found very stanch to showcase the pragmatism of brotherhood to establish tolerance, truth and peace giving vent to truth which is not something exclusive but that every path, religion, philosophy, culture has a path of truth.
Wednesday, 19 July 2017
News Round-up April, May & June 2017
Acharya Prashikshan Shibir at Kanyakumari
Acharya Prasikshan Shibir is an important event for the newly joined teachers to shape them as ideal Acharya. Every year all the new teachers from all the VKVs under Vivekananda Kendra attend the shibir at Kanyakumari. This year the APS was conducted from 1st April to 25th April in which 67 teachers from VKVAPT set up attended. As usual, APS 2017 also was designed to provide all the required inputs to become an ideal Acharya steeped in rich cultural understanding of the great Bharat and grand ideals of Vivekananda Kendra. All the sessions taken by Mananeeya Nivedita Didi, Balakrishnanji, Bhanudasji, Pravinji, Hanumant Raoji, Radha Didi, Rupeshji, Rebati Didi and S B Dixitji enriched all the participants greatly which will have everlasting impression not only on the profession but also on their life as well. In addition to hoan the skills required for the teaching profession there were microteaching classes by Sri P M Unnikrishnan, Education officer, VKVAPT, practice teaching, session on Psycho-social& legal issues taken by Sri Arvindji from NICIP, Bangalore. Sri R Krishna Kumar from VKVAPT also guided the participants. The shibir was full of other activities like Quiz competition, Group discussion, Bhajan practice, Kendra Varga, Sramadan, Kridyayoga etc. The wholehearted participation of all the participants has made the shibir a successful one. Sri Panchanan Tripathy, Principal, VKV Jairampur volunteered to be one among the organizing team from VKVAPT.
A massive Recruitment drive for the teaching and non-teaching staff was conducted during the month of March, April and May. In entire India, interviews were conducted in thirty plus places. It is a matter of great pleasure that many teachers and Principals of VKVs volunteered to conduct interview during the vacation.
Class X and XII Board Exam Result
The students of VKVs have performed extremely well in the Board exams of Class X and XII 2017. The following is the summary:
|Class X||Class XII|
|No of students appeared||1045||208|
|No of students passed||1034||177|
|Salient Features||122 students got CGPA 10
VKV Tafrogam topped with 31.25% students scoring CGPA 10
|Pallabi Roy, VKV Roing with 92.4%, Aman Taboh, VKV Itanagar with 93.8% and Ringam Tali with 84.2% topped among VKVs in Science, Arts and Commerce stream respectively.|
Workshop by Arvind Goreji at VKV Yazali
Sri Arvind Goreji, a teacher trainer and an experienced former Principal has been constantly monitoring the school activities and guiding the teachers of VKV Yazali for the last one year. In order to help teachers to chalk out a comprehensive year plan, Sri Arvind Goreji visited VKV Yazali and conducted workshop from 25th May to 3rd June. Introduction of various innovative teaching methodologies, how to add qualities of a good teacher, tips for academic excellence, goal setting for the academic year, lesson note making, methods to address the slow learners were the highlights of the workshop.
Observation of World Environment Day
All the VKVs celebrated World Environment Day with manifold activities. The activities included Speech on the importance of the Day, planting of saplings, drawing competition etc. The NSS unit of VKV Yazali took up cleaning drive in the nearby Medical Unit in collaboration with the medical staff.
Celebration of 3rd International Yoga Day
All the VKVs of Arunachal Pradesh celebrated 3rd International Yoga Day with lot of enthusiasm. The programs included mass yoga practice in the school, speech to highlight the importance of yoga and participation in mega programs organized by govt and other agencies. Selected students of VKVs Itanagar, Nirjuli and Vivek Vihar participated in the mega program organized by state Govt at IG Park which was graced by Sri Pema Khandu, honorable Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh. VKV Jairampur students also participated in public program at Jairampur. Selected students from VKV Nivedita Vihar were sent to train students of three govt schools prior to the actual demonstration on 21 June in the VKV campus. 60 local public were present in the celebration at VKV Koloriang. The VKVAPT administrative office conducted Yoga sessions for the staffs. Sri Rupesh Mathur, Joint Secretary VKVAPT was invited to deliver speech on the day at Regional Medical Research Center, NE Region located at Dibrugarh. The staffs of RMRC were also given practice on yoga for two days prior to the actual demonstration on 21 June.
Participation in Workshop on Science Connect
Selected students of VKVs Itanagar, Vivek Vihar and Nirjuli participated in a three day workshop on Science Connect at State Science Center, Indira Gandhi Park Itanagar from 23rd to 25th June. The workshop was also attended by students from other three schools from Arunachal Pradesh. The group led by Kr. Nguli Lombi of Class X, VKV Itanagar secured first position in the final day Science Quiz Stage-II competition and were nominated for Regional Level Science Quiz which will be held at Guwahati. Sri P. Lombi, Scientist-B and Nodal Officer, Dept. of Science and Technology Itanagar, Sri Narendra Singh Dhar, Sri Akhilesh Srivastava, Sri Sachin C. Narwadia of Vigyan Prasar Delhi were the resource persons for this State Level Science connect programme.
Participation in local festival Celebration
Students and Staff of VKV Shergaon participated in the Chokar puja and Kro festival on 9-6-2017 and 11-6-2017 respectively with the villagers of Shergaon. Buddhists of W.Kameng celebrate this puja and festival once in a year with devotion and deep reverence to Lord Buddha. Students and Teachers participated in the traditional and cultural part of festival with the villagers. Lamas, Village elders blessed everybody and extended their heartfelt hospitality to all.
Foundation Stone laying ceremony at Namsai
The foundation stone laying ceremony for the establishment of VKV at Namsai was conducted on 25th June. Sri Chowna Mein, Honourable Deputy Chief Minister, Arunachal Pradesh, Chow Tewa Mein and Zingnu Namchoom, Parliamentary Secretary and Sri R K Sharma, Deputy Commissioner, Namsai District graced the ceremony. Sri P. K. Pandey, CIC, Sri Unnikrishnan P M, Education Officer, Sri R Krishna Kumar, member VKVAPT, Mrs K K Reena, Principal, VKV Tafrogam were also present in the program.
Medical Camps at VKV Kharsang & Dado
A dental Medical camp was conducted for the students of Class I to X in VKV Kharsang from 19th June to 22nd June with the initiatives of Health Unit of Arun Jyoti Project, Vivekananda Kendra-Kanyakumari. The main Resource person for the camp was Dr Ratul Das (Dentist). A total number of 380 students and 23 parents got the benefit of the Camp. On 22nd June, Dr Ratul Das also took a session on ‘Health and Hygiene for Class VIII to X students. In VKV Dado, a medical Camp was conducted on 12 June. After deliberation from Dr Tadar Tagh and his team, an essay and drawing competition was conducted and prizes were given.
|“Good motives, sincerity and infinite love can conquer the world. One single soul possessed of these virtues can destroy the dark designs of millions of hypocrites and brutes.”
~~ Swami Vivekananda
Thursday, 23 March 2017
News Round-up February & March 2017
The Matri Puja conducted in the last part of the academic session in VKVs evokes a great feeling in the participants and once again affirms the significance of mother in anybody’s life.The role of mother in shaping the character of the child is paramount. In Mahabharata there is an interesting episode in which the mother’s clear vision of the role to be played by her child is reflected. The Pandavas were planning to have compromise to avoid any sort of war and requested Sri Krishna to carve a way out for the same. On knowing the same, Kunti, told very firmly “The time has come for which I a Kshatriya woman have given birth to my sons, as a Kshatriya they should see to it that Dharma prevails. For ensuring that Dharma prevails, they should fight for the good to eradicate adharma in the society.”Such type of firm conviction held by the mother will definitely steer their children in the right direction.
The academic session 2016-17 is in the fag end now. The year has gone very successfully with lot of activities in which students, staffs and the community at large have garnered lot of enrichments.
There were many activities conducted during the months February and March to share with all of you.
Conduct of Matri Puja
Matri Puja was conducted in all the Secondary and Higher Secondary schools in the month of February with enthusiasm and spirit. Matri Puja is one of the important programs for the students of Class X who are going to appear in the first public examination in their life. In this particular well organized program students express their deep devotion towards their mother by paad puja. Sri R Krishna Kumar from VKVAPT conducted Puja in maximum schools. Cluster-In-Charges were also present in the respective clusters. The significance of mother in everybody’s life was told before conducting the Puja. Moved by the formal Puja, mothers and the students expressed their enriching experiences in highly ecstatic terms in all the venues.
Inauguration of academic building and the hostel building
The inauguration of academic building and the hostel building of VKV Dollungmukh was done on 12 February 2017 by the Honorable Chief Minister Sri. Pema Khandu and Honorable Deputy Chief Minister Sri. Chowna Mein in the presence of their political colleague ministers of various port folios, administrative head of the district, officials of various departments of the state, the high profile officers of the Subansiri Lower Hydro Electric Project of NHPC at Gerukamukh and a grand gathering of public. There was a public meeting held on the occasion. The welcome address was accorded by Sri. P.M.Unnikrishnan, the Education Officer of VKVs in Arunachal Pradesh. The dignitaries acknowledged the selfless service of VKVs in the state while addressing the gathering. The students of the school presented welcome song and traditional dances which were appreciated by the all.
Exposure to selected Children’s Film
Children’s Film Shows were organized at VKVRoing ,Sunpura, Tezu and Tafrogam during 16th to 20th February in collaboration with Cine Darbaar (A Welfare Society working in the field of art & culture having the Head office at Delhi),an empanelled agency of Children’s Film Society of India (Ministry of Information and Broadcasting). In addition to the screening of selected films, there were film review, quiz and interactive sessions.
Superannuation of veteran workers of VKVs
After immense contribution to the VKVs of Arunachal Pradesh from the early years of its genesis many of the Karyakartas have attained superannuation this session. Sri Ramanand Yadav, Sri Rameswar Prasad Dubey, Sri P.T. Nandakumar, Sri N Kumeravel, Sri Subhash Chandra Dixit, Sri J Manoharan from the Teaching Staff and Sri Mahesh B.Menon, Sri Jiten Rajak, Sri Thakurdas Mahato, , Sri Abdul Kadir, Sri B. Ethuraju from the non- teaching Staffs are attaining superannuation in this session. All of them have served the VKVs in various capacities with utmost sincerity and dedication which will remain in the annals of VKVs. We take this opportunity to extend our heartfelt gratitude. As they are retired but not tired, many of them will continue to extend their service in VKVs.
In order to implement the three important points in the next academic year namely: Spoken English, Kendra Prarthana and Cultural clarity, many of the schools have conducted Baithaks to make various plans to materialize the same.VKV Kharsang, VKV Jairampur, VKV Amliang, VKV Changlang conducted Niyojan Baithakon various dates in the presence of Smt Pratibha Kulkarni, Office Secretary, VKVAPT. All the teachers put forwarded various ideas in brainstorming sessions to be taken up to strengthen each point. Methodologies like group discussion, assignment, wearing traditional attire, Swadhaya, wide circulation of VKIC literature, popularizing of different art forms etc were suggested by the teachers. In schools committees also have been formed to implement various activities. Other schools like Sunpura, Dado, Niausa etc also have conducted meetings to chalk out activities in this connection.
Vivek Inspire Workshop
The Vivek Inspire Project with the objective to nurture the talented students have completed two years providing special guidance to two batches of selected students. Students from 20 VKVs are availing the opportunity to get special coaching from the Resource persons selected by Jnana Prabodhini, Pune and the trained mentors in the school level. The third Vivek Inspire Workshop for both the batches have been held at VKV Balijan, Ziro and Roing from 22nd to 28th March. Resource persons from Jnana Prabodhini, Pune have been conducting the workshops in all the three venues. All the Vivek Inspire Mentors also are attending the workshops.
Visit of Renowned architect
Professor K T Ravindran, an architect of repute visited the new site for VKV, Basar along with Sri P M Unnikrishnan, Education Officer, VKVAPT. Professor K T Ravindran is the founder and the President of the Institute of Urban Designers-India, a professional association of qualified urban designers.
Conduct of SA II examination
The SA II examination was conducted in all the schools from 8th to 21st of March. The residential students will be leaving for vacation on 21st itself except the Class X students who are appearing in the final examination.
Akil Bharatia Adhikari Baithak
Sri Rupesh Mathur, Joint Secretary, Sri Arun Raj Singh Shekhawat, Administrative officer and Sri P.M. Unnikrishnan, Education officer, VKVAPT attended Adhikari Baithak held on 3 to 5 February at Aurangabad.
VKVAPT Team Meeting
A VKVAPT team meeting was conducted at VKVAPT, Dibrugarh on 28th February. All the Cluster In charges and the Administrative Committee members were present in the meeting. Mananeeya Pravinji, Secretary was present and guided all.
The Varshik Baithak of the Vivekananda Kendra Arunachal Prant was held at VKV Roing from 3 to 5 March. Su Nivedita Bide, Vice-President of Vivekananda Kendra graced the occasion. In her speech on 4th March she mentioned Swamiji’s quotation that “Water the roots and the whole tree is watered “. She reiterated that ours is an all inclusive culture, that the whole Universe is interrelatedand interdependent. In his concluding speech Ma. Pravinji, Joint General Secretary of Vivekananda Kendrain his speech gave specific stress on strengthening and consolidating the system. In the Manthan sessions, the ways and the means to do the planning for any three selected activities by every school were discussed after selecting cluster wise subjects.
A massive recruitment drive has been planned in various parts of India to recruit teachers for the next academic session. Many teachers and Principals and Recruitment team of VKVAPT are going to conduct interview in 33 places of India during the months March to May.
APS at Kanyakumari
Acharya Prashikshan Shibir would be starting on 1st April at V.K. Kanyakumari. 74 Participants are expected from to attend the Shibir from VKVs of Arunachal Pradesh.
Three things are necessary to make every man great, every nation great 1) Conviction of the powers of goodness. 2) Absence of jealously and suspicion. 3) Helping all who are trying to be and do good.~~ Swami Vivekananda
Friday, 27 January 2017
News Round-up December 2016
Final of Inter-VKV Bhagawad Gita Chanting Competition 2016@ Majuli
The final of the Inter-VKV Bhagawad Gita Chanting Competition was conducted in Majuli on 10th December 2016. The competition assumed a grandeur being conducted in Majuli, the Cultural capital of Assam, a place with rich cultural tradition and association with Sri Sankardeva and Madhabdeva.Salient features of the Competition
|Particulars||Dignitaries present||Salient Features|
|Inaugural Session||·Chief Guest: Satradhikar Uttar Kamalabari Satra Sri Sri Janardana Dev Goswami Prabhu as the Chief Guest
·Guest Speaker: Shri Ramsagar Nath, Retired Principal, Rangasahi College, Majuli
|· An overview of the Gita Chanting Competitions 2016 by Shri R Krishna Kumar (VKVAPT),
· Chanting of Bhagawad Gita Chapter 16 in the presence of the audience by all 96 participants together...
|Concluding function||· Chief Guest : Satradhikar Gurmur Bar Satra Sri Sri Paramananda Dev Goswami Prabhu
· Guest Speaker: Shri Naren Chandra Thakuria, Retired Principal, Majuli College (VMC Member, VKV Majuli)
· Valedictory Address: Shri Vaibhav Nimbalkar (IPS), Superintendent of Police, Majuli District
Cultural Program by the students of VKV Majuli
With the remarkable contribution of Shri Vasudev Upadhyaya Principal VKV Majuli and his team consisting of teachers, student volunteers, parents and well-wishers of the school who joined in various arrangements in the school made the whole atmosphere homely and comfortable for the visiting team, in spite of the constraints of space and materials in the school. The traditional Cultural programme by the students of VKV Majuli which included Mati Akhada, Ram Vijay Bhaona, Sali Nrityaas showcased the rich art and culture of Majuli and students cherished those moments. The visit to the Satras also left indelible mark on the students.
Shri R Krishna Kumar (VKVAPT) and Shri P Ajayan, CIC Siang (VKVAPT) were present throughout the competition. Sri Manoj Dutta, Teacher, VKV Kharsang looked after the vyavyastha part in the co-ordination with the Principal, VKV Majuli.
Overall the conduct of the competition will remain memorable for the participants as well as the spectators.Final Result
- Group Competition Result:
|State level position||Group C||Group D|
- Individual Competition Result:
|Km||Tai Yaker||9||Nivedita Vihar||D||First|
|Km||Pungming Singhi||10||Nivedita Vihar||D||Second|
|Kr||Nikam Jokhio||8||EMRS Bana||C||Third|
|Kr||Nitesh Kumar Maharaj||10||Nirjuli||D||First|
Prajnya Vikas Written Test 2016A large number of students wrote the Prajnya Vikas Written Test in all the VKVs of Arunachal Pradesh which was conducted on 17th December. The Test aims to train the students in the twentieth century skills like qualitative reasoning, quantitative reasoning etc. In addition there were topics like Sister Nivedita, Mythologies, Current affairs, Scientist of India etc. The schools prepared the students for the Test well ahead of the time. The participation details in each category are given below:
|First||Kr Khushan Tayang||V||Roing|
|Second||Km Rigio Bani||V||Balijan|
|Third||Kr Sudarsan Das||V||Balijan|
|Third||Kr Kijen Ranto||V||Kharsang|
|Third||Km Bomngam Yomcha||V||Liromoba|
|Third||Km Lindum Yarak||V||Dado|
|10 Consolation Prizes||3-Balijan, 3-VivekVihar,1 each by Itanagar, Oyan, Wessang & Nirjuli|
|First||Kr Arnav Saikia||VIA||Yazali|
|Second||Km Angki Perme||VII||Tafrogam|
|Third||Kr Arnab Bhattacharjee||VIII||Vivek Vihar|
|Third||Kr Dite Koje Tasing||VIII||Vivek Vihar|
|10 Consolation Prizes||Naga Flago||VIII||3-EMRS Bana, 2-Nirjuli, 2-Oyan,1 each by Niausa, Tafrogam& Kharsang|
|First||Kr. Pankaj Tiwari||IX||Banderdewa|
|Second||Kr. Nyato Rinya||X||Oyan|
|Third||Km. Aloisi Towsik||X||Sunpura|
|Third||Km. Tamo Dumi||X||Sunpura|
|9 Consolation Prizes||3-Sunpura,2- Vivek Vihar,1 each by Nirjuli, Tafrogam, Kuporijo, Sher|
The winners in the school level as well as the Inter VKV level will receive lucrative prizes. The Inter VKV result analysis, along with the comparison of participation has been sent to the schools.
Inter VKV Essay Writing Competition
The Inter VKVs Essay Writing Competition was conducted in all the VKVs of Arunachal Pradesh on 26 November. After the school level result, the first position winners in each category were evaluated centrally for the state level positions. The following were the topics given for the competition:
|Sl No||Group||Selected Topic|
|1||A ( Class III-V)||Sister Nivedita- My Inspiration|
|2||B ( Class VI-VIII)||The Indian Scientist Whom I admire the most|
|3||C ( Class IX-XII)||Sister Nivedita- An ardent disciple of Swami Vivekananda|
|Category||State level position||Name of the student||VKVs|
|A ( Class III to V)||First||Km Devu Krishna ( Class V)||Nirjuli|
|Second||Kr Gaurav Arun Rana(Class V)||Tezu|
|Third||Km Karpu Kabak Sonia (Class V)||Raga|
|B( Class VI to VIII)||First||Swapnil L.Meshram ( Class VIII)||Shergaon|
|Second||Niya Neri ( Class VIII)||Seijosa|
|Third||Kr Maga Onam ( Class VIII)||Raga|
|Gyamar Cheku ( Class VII)||Joram|
|C( Class IX to XII)||First||Kr Anok Wangsa ( Class X)||Amliang|
|Second||Kr Bini Romin( Class X)||Oyan|
|Third||Km Thamna Laishram ( Class X)||Wessang|
|Kr Saurabh Gogoi ( Class XI)||Roing|
Indigenous Faith Day Celebration
Indigenous Faith day was celebrated with many activities in all the VKVs on 1stof January. Students of VKV Tafrogam participated with band team in the mass procession at Tezu organized by IFCSAP Lohit Unit. The students and staffs of VKV Yazali took part in a colorful procession. Importance of the Day, Performance of folk song and dance were some of the activities conducted on the occasion.
Vidyarthi Vigyan Manthan
This is a national program for educating and popularizing science education among the school students from class VI to XI. With this main objective in focus, it conducts many activities like identifying talents in state and national level and felicitates them with prizes and certificates, provides hand -on experiments through workshops or other events, organizes exposure visits to various R& D industries, educates school children about India’s contribution to world’s Science and Technology. From the states of North East out of 120 students the following number of students cleared the stage I exam form VKVs:
|Sl No||VKV||Number of students|
Vivek Inspire CampThe second Vivek Inspire workshop for 2nd batch (present Class VI) was conducted in different venues in the month of December. The workshops were conducted in three venues namely Roing, Balijan and Ziro. Resource persons sent by Gyana Probodhini Pune conducted the workshops in each venue. In the workshops students learnt various study skills and strategies such as General Mental ability test (GMAT), advanced mathematics, technique of gazing the stars, language skills, Diary writing, group activities, motivational video clips and traditional games etc.
|Venue||Duration of the camp||Schools participated||No of students|
|Balijan||14th to 19th December||Itanagar, Nirjuli, Vivek Vihar, Banderdewa, Oyan, Nivedita Vihar, Seijosa, Balijan||46|
|Ziro||14th to 19th December||Joram, Kuporijo, Raga, Koloriang, Sher, Ziro, Yazali||42|
|Roing||17th to 22nd December||Roing, Tafrogam, Sunpura, Tezu||29|
VMC Meeting at Yazali
The Vidyalaya Management Committee Meeting of VKV Yazali was conducted on 19th December at the Conference Hall, NEEPCO, Yazali. Sri Bijit Goswami, HOP, RHEP, Yazali along with other office bearers and parents representatives attended the meeting. Sri Rupesh Mathur, Joint Secretary, VKVAPT, Shri. Unnikrishnan P.M., Education Officer, Sri Anand Mohan Mishra, CIC Subansiri Cluster, Smt. Rita Raj, Principal, VKV NEEPCO- Yazali, Sri Sathian.T, Vice Principal, VKV NEEPCO- Yazali were present in the meeting representing VKVAPT. The meeting reviewed the decision taken in the last meeting and the action taken report. Matters related to required infrastructure, admission procedure etc were also discussed in the meeting.
Smart Class at Niausa
It is a matter of great pleasure that the honorable Deputy Commissioner of Longding dist., Sri Himanshu Gupta, IAS has provided a smart Class to VKV Niausa on his visit recently to the school. The teachers have started using the class which proved to be very useful to the students.
Ishaan Vikas is a comprehension program to introduce the students of North Eastern states to high quality academia. The entire program which consist of 15 days stay at the institute with diverse activities like series of lectures, lab visits, experiments, campus visit, excursion etc. have motivated the students to pursue higher studies in these institutions. In this session the following VKVs of Arunachal Pradesh (10 students from each school) availed the opportunity and visited the institutes as mentioned.Details of VKVs availing Ishaan Vikas Program
|Sl No||VKV||Visiting Institute|
Various Competition for Primary Class students
VKV Kuporijo organized Toys from Trash competition for the primary class students on 28th December in which 48 models were displayed in which many were working models. On the same day Rongoli and pictorial exhibition competition were conducted in connection with Samartha Bharat Parva. Dr. Ravikant Altekar, senior scientist BARC Mumbai inaugurated the event. Many parents and well-wishers while witnessing the event lauded the creativity of the students.
NSS Activity in the schools
The NSS Unit of VKV Itanagar conducted one day personality Development course for the volunteers on 29th December. Dr. Jyadeva Sahoo, Head of the Department, Education, Rajiv Gandhi University was the Chief Resource Person. He highlighted the importance of healthy, happy, peaceful and successful life. He advised the students to develop inner strength through meditation, concentration and self-control. Various musical rhythms for mental peace were played and tips were given to students for preparation for CBSE Class XII Board Examination. Sri K Jaisankar, Principal of the Vidyalaya, Sri KK Subramanian, Senior teacher, Sri Uthaman VN, NSS Programme Officer also spoke on the occasion. About 200 students and 10 teachers also attended the programme.
The NSS unit of VKV Shergaon also conducted a survey about the public facilities available in Shergaon village. Three public facilities i.e. govt. secondary school (Pengling), PHC Shergaon and post office and telecom (BSNL) were selected for this purpose. The NSS volunteers also carried out cleaning drive in different places of Shergaon area.
Guest Speaker Program
VKV Yazali conducted a lecture session on the topic, “Nyokum Yullo: Change and Continuity” by Sri Toko Tatto. In his key note address, he explained the significance of Nyokum festival and necessity of celebrating it, in its critical juncture. In the same time, Sri T.M. Sathian and Sri J. P. Kalita organized a symposium on the said topic wherein all the Nyishi students of Class IX to XII actively participated. Dr Giry Tally, MBBS spoke to the hostellers on personal hygiene at VKV Banderdewa
School level Science Exhibition
VKV Wessang conducted a science exhibition for the students of Class VI to X on 3rd of December. The students prepared 40 models on various themes. Dr Sanjay Borthakur the project coordinator of KVK Pampoli was the Chief Guest to inaugurate the program. VKV Vivek Vihar also conducted school level Science Exhibition on 3rd of December. Dr Swapna Deb, Senior Scientist attended the program as the Chief Guest. A total number of 80 models were exhibited.
Participation in Capacity Building Program by CBSESri Chandan Gupta, teacher, VKV Sunpura participated in a capacity building program on life skills on 16th December at Borjhar, Guwahati. Sri Jay Kumar Singh, member CBSE was the resource person for the program.
With innovative activities and exposure, let us all infuse a great confidence in each of the students enabling to manifest the potentiality within them.
|We want infinite energy, infinite zeal, infinite courage, and infinite patience, then only will great things achieved.
~~ Swami Vivekananda