Thursday, 19 November 2015

Inception ceremony of V.K.V Tumpreng

Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya, Tumpreng inception ceremony was held on 19th November 2015

on the 101st Birth Anniversary of Mananeeya Eknathji (Sadhana Divas), the founder of Vivekananda Kendra was a great day and happy moment for the people of Tumpreng. Morning Satya Narayan puja was performed from 8.30 am to 10.00 am. The banner of V.K.V Tumpreng was inaugurated by Mananeeya Pravinji (All India joint General Secretary of Vivekananda Kendra, Kanyakumari and Secretary of V.K.S.P.V) in presence of Sri Khamba Kanta Barman, president, V V Tumpreng and Su. Reboti Devi, Jt. Secy, VKSPV. The public meeting started from 10 am with ‘Deep Prajalan’ by the  Chief Guest Sri Ditolal Hasnu, Vet nary chairman of Karbi Anglong Autonomous council  and offered tributes to Swami Vivekananda and Eknathji Ranade accompanied by Ma. Pravinji, Ma. Kumbhakanta Barman, Sri R. N. Pathak, Reboti Didi, Sri Digesh Nath  from VKSPV.Sri Sarsing Terong, Secretary, VV, Tumpreng welcomed all. Nearly 100 people were felicited  including the chief guest, VKSPV officials, land donors and all who extended supports for establishing and running the VV Tumpreng since its inception in 2012. A song was performed by the students of the school. Sri Kumbhakanta Barman and Sri Bisnu Nirala, an active member of Vidyalaya team shared their experiences of bringing up the school in cooperation with the local people. Ma. Pravinji  enlightened  on Vivekananda Kendra. He sai that, “we are just an instrument in the God’s hand. God does everything through us.Sri Ditolal Hasnu sir blessed all by his valuable words. The vote of thanks was extended by Smt.  Reboti Didi.  The programme ended with Shanti Mantra.


 


Tuesday, 16 June 2015

Monday, 15 June 2015

Vivekananda Kendra Institute of Culture

 Vivekananda Kendra Institute of Culture

AddressM.G.Road Riverview Guest House Uzanbzar, 

                Riverside, Guwahati, Assam 781001

Sunday, 14 June 2015

Join as a Teacher

                 VIVEKANANDA KENDRA VIDYALAYAS

            AN EDUCATIONAL ENDEAVOUR WITH A DIFFERENCE

Can you really stay aloof from such a noble endeavour as this ???

Does your heart feel for the nation and do you want to make a difference in the Nation’s life?

Are you one of Swami Vivekananda’s chosen hundred?

Have you heard Swamiji’s clarion call to the Nation: ‘Arise, Awake and stop not till the goal is reached’?

Have you realised the importance of man making and nation building education that Swamiji so strongly advocated in his lifetime?

Are you among those who believe there can’t be anything nobler than these ideals an organisation should stand for?

If your answer to any of the above is ‘yes’,

what are you waiting for then?

Come and associate with Vivekananda Kendra & Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalayas. Come and join Vivekananda Kendra or its schools (VKVs) and certainly you will never have to regret for it.

* VK and VKVs are the places you should go to.

* VK and VKVs are the places worth investing your time in.

* VK and VKVs are the real places of service worth investing your money in.

* VK and VKVs are the places that need conscientious people like you for support and patronage.

* VK and VKVs are the places for those who care about real service to the people of the nation.

* VK OR VKV MEANS PURE SERVICE TO THE NATION, NOTHING ELSE.

WHAT VIVEKANANDA KENDRA VIDYALAYAS STAND FOR:

VKVs are Vidyalayas with a difference. With the noble ideals of Man Making and Nation Building these schools of Vivekananda Kendra have really come to stay. They do not only strive for academic excellence but also involve teachers and students in Man Making and Nation Building activities. These are centres of extra-ordinary fervour and excellence in terms of value education, instilling in students the sense of righteousness, discipline, duty to the society and the Motherland. VKVs also cultivate in the students love and respect for the nation’s age-old and rich cultural heritage. On the other hand, the students in VKVs garner the maximum benefits from the vast resources of the nation’s glorious past as well as the IT age the country is striding into presently, by means of disciplines such as Yoga and Computer Science. The VKVs also lay equal emphasis on campus development, its beautification and provide students with all facilities for their all round development.

Vivekananda Kendra is a spiritually oriented Service Mission. As a voluntary organisation, it serves the humanity after the ideals of Swami Vivekananda. It serves the nation through its Man-making and Nation-Building projects such as Educational projects like APT and VKSPV, Cultural and Sustainable Development Programmes and through more than 225 branch centres located across India.

Vivekananda Kendra runs 18 CBSE-affiliated English medium Vidyalayas under one of its Educational projects “Vivekananda Kendra Shiksha Prasar Vibhag” (VKSPV) in the north-eastern region of India. Currently VKSPV has opened its schools in Assam & Nagaland. These schools are known as “Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalayas” (VKVs). Some of the schools are up to Higher Secondary level. VKVs have been recognised by the people of NorthEast India as some most reputed and sought-after educational institutions providing quality education to the masses in these two states.

For more information about our Vidyalayas, log on to our websites www.vkspv.org and www.vkendra.org.

VKSPV invites application for the posts of teachers in the VKVs of Assam & Nagaland. Apart from required educational qualifications, the organisation seeks in the candidates a zeal for social service and an urge to serve the motherland India in its northeastern Himalayan corner.

VKVs provide ample scope of professional as well as personal growth to its teachers.

Please contact VKSPV at the following address:

Vivekananda Kendra Shiksha Prasar Vibhag

S.C. Goswami Road, Near Shukreswar Temple, Panbazar, Guwahati-781001. (Assam, IN)

Phone : +91-88110-21692
Email : info [AT] vkspv.org

Website : http://www.vkspv.org

Vivekananda Kendra Shiksha Prasar Vibhag

 

2nd floor, Vivekananda Kendra- Asom Karyalaya
S.C. Goswami Road, opposite- Sukreswar Temple,
Panbazar, Guwahati -781 001
Assam. India

Phone:    +91-88110-21692
Email:   info [AT] vkspv.org

Join as a Volunteer

Are you among those who Swamiji had in mind for awakening the Indians to the MISSION of our Great Motherland?

"A hundred thousand men and women, fired with the zeal of holiness, fortified with eternal faith in the Lord, and nerved to lion’s courage by their sympathy for the poor and the downtrodden, will go over the length and breadth of the land, preaching the gospel of salvation, the gospel of help, the gospel of social raising-up, the gospel of equality."


Come, dedicate yourself to the service of the nation as a Full-time Worker of Vivekananda Kendra Kanyakumari – a spiritually oriented service mission.


If you do not have a family to look after (or free from any family obligations) and if your are ready to dedicate yourself full-time to the aforementioned task, then you are the ideal choice for the mission Swamiji had placed before us.


It is not a career – but a mission. Your Yogakshema will be taken care of by the Kendra.


Send e-mail for details at : join@vkendra.org

Or

Contact at the following address with full bio-data and a postal order of Rs.10/-:


General Secretary

Vivekananda Kendra,

Vivekanandapuram,

Kanyakumari-629702

Phone:+91-(0)4652-246250;

Fax:+91-(0)4652-247177

email: join@vkendra.org

Website : www.vkendra.org

"They alone live whose lives are in the whole universe. The more we concentrate our lives in limited things, the faster we go towards death. Those moments alone we live when our lives are in the universe, in others; and living this little life is death, simply death, and that is why the fear of death comes."


Friday, 12 June 2015

New Undertaking; Video Conference by Aseem Foundation, Pune

Aseem Foundation, a non-profit organisation of Pune, Maharashtra has been conducting online discussions on various useful topics under Abhilasha Project through Video Conferencing for the last few years for various Vidyalayas of the country. This year VKV Ramnagar, VKV Majuli and VKV Umrangso participated in several sessions conducted by it on 'Career in Joornalism', ' Career in Law & Company Secretary' etc.

Winners of Veenapani Lalitkala Samaroh

VKV TINSUKIA: Srutismita Sarmah, Sanjukta Gogoi, Monimukur Saha, Udatta Handique, Bhabna Baruah, Aditya Kumar.

VKV TEZPUR: Rajnish Kashyap, Bishal Nath.

VKV DHEMAJI: Khamseng Dihingia, Dixit Buragohain.

VKV GOLAGHAT: Darshana Gogoi, Samargree Kalita.

VKV  DOYANG: Chenithung Patton, Ayush Upadhyay.

VKV KAJALGAON: Chayan Sarkar, Shatabdi Barman, Purabi Rabha.

VKV SIBSAGAR: Archita Nath.

VKV BOROJALENGA: Saurav Das.

VKV BOKULONI: Jahnabi Sonowal, Yubaraj Borah, Nilav Rajkhowa, Sapnanil Hazarika, Atlanta Gogoi.

VKV TINGRAI: Pritam Gogoi, Hemanga Sonowal, Ritupan Phukan, Anuj Kishore Dutta.

VKV MAJULI: Subrata Goswami, Bharat Bhusan Baruah, Pranjit Bhuyan, Arnab Kallul Bora.

VKV UMRANGSO: Aniket Paul, Debosmita Dey, Divya Khanal.

VKV SUKLAI: Bishal Biswakarma, Disha Kumar.

VKV RAMNAGAR (SILCHAR): Ashimananda Bhattacharjee, Abhishek Roy, Diya Singha.

VKV BARAGOLAI: Swagata Borthakur, Princy Dey, Bhargav Borah.

VKV DIBRUGARH: Bhargav Saikia, Sudeepa Bhattacharjee.

VKV NALBARI: Bibhash Ranjan Barman, Suprativ Garg, Riya Dutta Baruah, Swarnadeep Kalita.

Best Cultural Troupe: VKV TINSUKIA


Second Best Cultural Troupe: VKV (NEC) BARAGOLAI


Matri Puja in VKV Umrangso and Other Vidyalayas

For the first time, VKV (NEEPCO) Umrangso organised a Matri Puja for the students of the outgoing batch of class X. All the students and their mothers attended the puja. It was an intimate emotional moment for the students and their mothers. The puja proved to be successful one in strengthening the bond of love between them. After the completion of the ceremony the students shared their experinces with the Vidyalaya family. Like every year, other VKVs also conducted Matri Puja.

Thursday, 11 June 2015

Vivekananda Kendra Shiksha Prasar Vibhag

 Proclaims Swami Vivekananda... "India is a land of religion and philosophy -- the birthplace of spiritual giants -- the land of renunciation, where and where alone, from the most ancient to the most modern times, there has been the highest ideal of life open to man." "Let New India arise out of peasant's cottage, grasping the plough out of the huts of fishermen, the cobbler and the sweeper. Let her spring from the grocer's shop, from beside the oven of the fritter-seller. Let her emanate from the factory, from marts and from markets. Let her emerge from groves and forests, from hills and mountains." The Thought Behind Vivekananda Kendra Man. Eknathji Ranade, founder of Vivekananda Kendra "An aggregate or a congregation of men does not make a nation, nor do the geographical area and duration of time quality a society to be known as a nation. A government formed on such basis can be called a state, but not a nation. All the constituents strive collectively for something noble. Service with a spiritual orientation results in man making which is invariably and inseparably connected with nation building. It is the core of all our thoughts behind this organization [Vivekananda Kendra]" Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalayas (VKVs) Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya Education through VKVs is a Gyan-Yagna started by Maneneeya Eknathji Ranade.... Educational service through Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalayas (VKVs) in North-east India under Vivekananda Kendra Shiksha Prasar Vibhag (VKSPV) is one of the service activities of its parent organization Vivekananda Kendra, a spiritually oriented service mission with its headquarters at Kanyakumari. Vivekananda Rock Memorial (VRM) To commemorate the historic meditation of Swami Vivekananda on the mid-sea rock at Kanyakumari on 25th, 26th and 27th December 1892, a magnificent memorial was constructed in the sixties. It was inaugurated in 1970 and has since become a point of National Convergence. Over the years, this concrete symbol of inspiration has drawn millions of pilgrims and inspired them to serve the society. Vivekananda Rock Memorial Vivekananda Rock Memorial at Night Even as the Vivekananda Rock Memorial was taking shape, Man. Eknathji Ranade also envisaged a mission that would realize the motto of Man-making and Nation-building. The result was the conception and formation of the Vivekananda Kendra as a spiritually oriented service mission. Vivekananda Kendra reflects Swami Vivekananda's vision of glorious India in action. The Vivekananda Kendra is an eternal call for those who aspire to dedicate their life to serve the nation. It aims at national reconstruction through Man Making. To mould dedicated workers, the Kendra adopts a methodology unique to it by organising 'Yoga Varga', 'Samskar Varga', 'Swadhyaya Varga' ('Study Circle') and training camps.

Aims and Objectives - VKSPV

 Vivekananda Kendra Shiksha Prasar Vibhag : An Overview

Project Objectives : With the twin objectives of Man Making-Nation Building envisioned by the great Patriot Saint Swami Vivekananda, Vivekananda Kendra Shiksha Prasar Vibhag (VKSPV), Tezpur, an educational wing of Vivekananda Kendra Kanyakumari administers Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalayas (VKVs). VKVs impart nationalistic education in the entire Northeast India save Arunachal Pradesh (where VKVAPT, another educational wing of Vivekananda Kendra, is administering 33 Vidyalayas).

Total Vidyalayas:

Presently VKSPV has under its set-up 21 Vidyalayas (20 in Assam and 1 in Nagaland), all of them co-educational and CBSE affiliated. Among these there are 4 Vidyalayas financed by various projects, one each at Bokulani, Umrangso, Baragolai and Doyang, and the rest are Self Financed Vidyalayas. It is worth to mention here that a Vidyalaya named Vivkekananda Vidyalaya (in Zirkinding village of Karbi Anglong district of Assam) is  also being supported by VKSPV at present.


History:

Vivekananda Kendra Kanyakumari embarked on its educational project Vivekananda Kendra Shiksha Prasar Vibhag (VKSPV) in 2004 in order to effectively administer all the VKVs of Assam and Nagaland that had been running since the inception of the earliest VKV in 1978 at Tinsukia.

Tuesday, 31 March 2015

Mananeeya Eknathji Janma Shati Parva Celebration

Apart from the aforementioned programme, the following important programmes (including some academic consolidation programmes) were conducted under MEJSP in VKVs of Assam and Nagaland during the reporting period:

Dibrugarh: Abhibhavak Sammelan on 18.03.2015 on "Briging up of a Child and his future contribution depends on the care taken by the parents and teachers"; 85 parents participated; Chief Guest: Dr. Sovarani Sharma, Prant Pramukh, VK Assam.

Golaghat: Seminar on 'Legal Awareness about Women' on 03.02.2015; Speakers: Mrs. Mallika Dutta, Asst. Session Judge, Advocate Pradyut Madhav Dutta & Mrs. Bonti Gogoi; 42 Participants including teachers and parents.

Bokuloni & Tingrai: 2 Yoga Shibirs at CRPF and CISF Duliajan Camps with the joint efforts of VKVs of Bokuloni and Tingrai; 1st Shibir: 10-15.12.14; 2nd shibir: 27.01.15 - 02.02.15; 230 Jawans of both the camps including thier family members participated. VKV Tingrai organised an exhibition of indigenous materials of Assamese culture on 27.08.14 on its premises.

Umrangso: Career Guidance Programme by a group of teachers of the Vidyalaya in JB Hagjer College from 18-22.09.14. 70 students of the college took part.

Baragolai: Launching of MEJSP in the Vidyalaya with Swachh Bharat Abhiyan on 19.11.14. About 600 students as well as 60 teaching and non-teaching members of the Vidyalaya actively participated. A Grammer and usage workshop for the 49 Teachers of the Vidyalaya on 14 & 15.02.14; Resource Person: Mrs. Sarita Dasgupta, Communications Cell.

Dhemaji: Dampati Sammelan on 09.08.2014 at Marowari Yuva Manch; 25 Couples prticipated. Chief Guest: Dr. Soumitra Pujari, MEJSP Prant Pramukh. A 6-day workshop on 'Spoken English'; 20-25.03.15; 20 Teachers took part; Resource Person: Sri Kiran Gogoi, Sarba Shiksha Abhiyaan, Dhemaji.

Doyang (Nagaland): Elocution Competition on 28.11.14; Venue: Don Bosco Higher Secondary School, Wokha; invocation by Father Mathew C J; 20 Students from different schools and colleges participated; A 13-day Yoga Satra for 30 ladies in the evening hour on Vidyalaya premies: 30.01.15 - 12.02.15; Smt. Nanda Sahu, a teacher of the Vidyalaya, Conducted the Yoga Session.

Nalbari: Matri Sammelans on 1st day of April, May, June, September, November and December (2014) on the Vidyalaya premises; participants: women and mothers from nearby villages and the Vidyalaya; activities: Swadhayaya, group discussion, games etc.

Suklai: Cleanliness Drive in the locality on 16.11.2014; 250 participants included students, teachers and well-wishers; Pariwar Sammelan on 22.12.14; participants: 97; Sri. R.N. Pathak, Officer-in-Charge, VKSPV spoke on 'Role of Parents'.

Tezpur: Handwritig Workshop on 14.02.15; Participants: 37 students from VKV Tezpur and other schools.

Ramnagar (Silchar): Mananeeya Eknathji Janma Shati Parva was formally launched on 11.01.15 in presence of Sri Barenya Das (ACS), ADC, Cachr, Sri Pravin Dabholkar, Jt. Gen Secy, VKK and Prof. N.V. Deshpande,Director, NIT, Silchar, the Donor of a 9-feet high Swami Vivekananda's statue, which was inaugurated and installed at VKV Ramnagar by Swami Pitambaranandaji Maharaj, Senior Monk of Ramkrishna order, Belur Math. Around 2000 persons including parents, students and teachers of the Vidyalaya attended.

Friday, 20 March 2015

Mananeeya Eknathji Janma Shati Parva Celebration

Apart from the aforementioned programme, the following important programmes (including somemacademic consolidation programmes) were conducted under MEJSP in VKVs of Assam and Nagaland during the reporting period:

Dibrugarh: Abhibhavak Sammelan on 18.03.2015 on "Briging up of a Child and his future contribution depends on the care taken by the parents and teachers"; 85 parents participated; Chief Guest: Dr. Sovarani Sharma, Prant Pramukh, VK Assam.


Golaghat: Seminar on 'Legal Awareness about Women' on 03.02.2015; Speakers: Mrs. Mallika Dutta, Asst. Session Judge, Advocate Pradyut Madhav Dutta & Mrs. Bonti Gogoi; 42 Participants including teachers and parents.


Bokuloni & Tingrai: 2 Yoga Shibirs at CRPF and CISF Duliajan Camps with the joint efforts of VKVs of Bokuloni and Tingrai; 1st Shibir: 10-15.12.14; 2nd shibir: 27.01.15 - 02.02.15; 230 Jawans of both the camps including thier family members participated. VKV Tingrai organised an exhibition of indigenous materials of Assamese culture on 27.08.14 on its premises.


Umrangso: Career Guidance Programme by a group of teachers of the Vidyalaya in JB Hagjer College from 18-22.09.14. 70 students of the college took part.


Baragolai: Launching of MEJSP in the Vidyalaya with Swachh Bharat Abhiyan on 19.11.14. About 600 students as well as 60 teaching and non-teaching members of the Vidyalaya actively participated. A Grammer and usage workshop for the 49 Teachers of the Vidyalaya on 14 & 15.02.14; Resource Person: Mrs. Sarita Dasgupta, Communications Cell.


Dhemaji: Dampati Sammelan on 09.08.2014 at Marowari Yuva Manch; 25 Couples prticipated. Chief Guest: Dr. Soumitra Pujari, MEJSP Prant Pramukh. A 6-day workshop on 'Spoken English'; 20-25.03.15; 20 Teachers took part; Resource Person: Sri Kiran Gogoi, Sarba Shiksha Abhiyaan, Dhemaji.


Doyang (Nagaland): Elocution Competition on 28.11.14; Venue: Don Bosco Higher Secondary School, Wokha; invocation by Father Mathew C J; 20 Students from different schools and colleges participated; A 13-day Yoga Satra for 30 ladies in the evening hour on Vidyalaya premies: 30.01.15 - 12.02.15; Smt. Nanda Sahu, a teacher of the Vidyalaya, Conducted the Yoga Session.


Nalbari: Matri Sammelans on 1st day of April, May, June, September, November and December (2014) on the Vidyalaya premises; participants: women and mothers from nearby villages and the Vidyalaya; activities: Swadhayaya, group discussion, games etc.


Suklai: Cleanliness Drive in the locality on 16.11.2014; 250 participants included students, teachers and well-wishers; Pariwar Sammelan on 22.12.14; participants: 97; Sri. R.N. Pathak, Officer-in-Charge, VKSPV spoke on 'Role of Parents'.


Tezpur: Handwritig Workshop on 14.02.15; Participants: 37 students from VKV Tezpur and other schools.


Ramnagar (Silchar):  Mananeeya Eknathji Janma Shati Parva was formally launched on 11.01.15 in presence of Sri Barenya Das (ACS), ADC, Cachr, Sri Pravin Dabholkar, Jt. Gen Secy, VKK and Prof. N.V. Deshpande,Director, NIT, Silchar, the Donor of a 9-feet high Swami Vivekananda's statue, which was inaugurated and installed at VKV Ramnagar by Swami Pitambaranandaji Maharaj, Senior Monk of Ramkrishna order, Belur Math. Around 2000 persons including parents, students and teachers of the Vidyalaya attended.

Thursday, 19 March 2015

Capacity Building Workshop on Physical Education

VKV (NEC) Baragolai took part in a Capacity Building Programme on Physical Education at Little Stars School, Digboi. Sri Mukesh Kohli, a Physical Education expert from New Delhi guided the participating P.E. teachers of various Vidyalaya of Tinsukia district on 19th March 2015; Little Stars School, Digboi



Capacity Building Workshop on Physical Education

VKV (NEC) Baragolai took part in a Capacity Building Programme on Physical Education at Little Stars School, Digboi. Sri Mukesh Kohli, a Physical Education expert from New Delhi guided the participating P.E. teachers of various Vidyalaya of Tinsukia district on 19th March 2015; Little Stars School, Digboi

Thursday, 12 March 2015

Silver Jubilee Celebration of VKV Golaghat

Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya Golaghat celebrated 25 years of service to society throughout the session 2014-15. The concluding programme of the celebration was a 3-day public function in which the parents and the alumni of VKV Golaghat took an active part. In the programme all the former Principals of VKV Golaghat also participated.



Saturday, 28 February 2015

Capacity Building Workshop on CCE & Life Skills

A 2-day Capacity Building Programme for teachers was conducted by Vidya Institute of Training and Devolopment, Meerath, a CBSE empanelled Agency with two modules namely 'Continuos and Comprehensive Evaluation' and 'Life Skills'. The participants were from VKVs of Dibrugarh, Tingrai, Bokulani, Majuli, Sibsagar, Tezpur and Baragolai apart from Shree Agrasen Academy, Dibrugarh. Sri S.P. Verma, Director of the institute was the resource person in the programme on 27th & 28th February 2015; 49 teachers from 8 Vidyalayas; VKV Dibrugarh

IT Mentoring by Su. Kalpana Mehta

Su. Kalpana Mehta, Saha IT Sangathak of VKK Visited VKVs at Tingrai, Bokuloni, Umrangso, Tinsukia, Dibrugarh, Golaghat, Ramnagar (Silchar), Borjalenga, Bdarpur and Nalbari in January and February 2015. During this period she inspected classrooms, computer laboratories, smart classrooms, computer laboratories, smart classrooms and guided the teachers on various aspects for a better teaching process on January and February 2015; various VKVs.

Capacity Building Workshop on CCE & Life Skills

A 2-day Capacity Building Programme for teachers was conducted by Vidya Institute of Training and Devolopment, Meerath, a CBSE empanelled Agency with two modules namely 'Continuos and Comprehensive Evaluation' and 'Life Skills'. The participants were from VKVs of Dibrugarh, Tingrai, Bokulani, Majuli, Sibsagar, Tezpur and Baragolai apart from Shree Agrasen Academy, Dibrugarh. Sri S.P. Verma, Director of the institute was the resource person in the programme on 27th & 28th February 2015; 49 teachers from 8 Vidyalayas; VKV Dibrugarh

IT Mentoring by Su. Kalpana Mehta

Su. Kalpana Mehta, Saha IT Sangathak of VKK Visited VKVs at Tingrai, Bokuloni, Umrangso, Tinsukia, Dibrugarh, Golaghat, Ramnagar (Silchar), Borjalenga, Bdarpur and Nalbari in January and February 2015. During this period she inspected classrooms, computer laboratories, smart classrooms, computer laboratories, smart classrooms and guided the teachers on various aspects for a better teaching process on January and February 2015; various VKVs.

Tuesday, 24 February 2015

3rd Veenapani Lalit Kala Samaroh (Inter-VKV Cultural Meet):

The 3rd Veenapani Lalit Kala Samaroh was inaugurated on 24 December in the campus of Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya Tezpur by Prof. Pradip Jyoti Mahanta, Dean, School of Humanities Tezpur University. The occasion was also graced by Su. Nivedita Bhide, Vice President Vivekananda Kendra, Kanyakumari. Ma.. Pravin Davolkar, Jt. Gen. Secretary Vivekananda Kendra. Nineteen (19)
schools participating in the five day cultural meet took part in the inaugural ceremony holding placard and flag of respective schools. The Samaroh was formally declared open by Ma. Pravin Dhavolkar, Secy. of Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalayas, and North East. In his inaugural speech Ma. Pravin Davolkar briefed the objectives of organizing such common programme by VKSPV. Su. Nivedita Bhide in her brief address highlighted the importance of Indian classical music and dance and how it has invited both National and International attention from time to time. She expressed, the void which is created in the modern generation could well be satisfied with an inclination towards Indian culture and its composite reflection in the Indian classical dance and music. Prof. Pradip Jyoti Mahanta present in his address reflected on the richness of Indian music and legend. He expressed the inevitability of a change of mind-set of the youth to retain the great cultural diversity of our country alive. The display of cultural items by students of VKV Tezpur in the inaugural programme revealed the mood of the Vidyalaya that was hosting such a big event. There were brilliant performances by students on befitting themes.and Social Science,
The various events in the Samaroh gave an opportunity to the 19 participating schools to realize their potential in various co-curricular activities. The events included in the samaroh are

Borgeet, Sattriya Dance, Instrumental Recital (Khol, Tabla, Violin, Mandolin, and Sitar), Lokageet, Patriotic Song, Mime, Classical Dance and Bhajan. Since most Indian classical dances are based on mythology, the dancer also gets to learn about our heritage and culture. Selective events in the Samaroh have their own objective to make students aware of our classical instruments- through, lokageet to learn about the philosophy of life, through recitation, the patriotic poets and through Bhajan, training of a calm and cool mind. There
was encouraging participation by schools in almost all the items. Eligible schools participated in most of the events as per the guidelines already set by the organizer. Total framework of the Samaroh was keeping in view one of the five fold aspects of personality development i.e. emotional and spiritual.
The enthusiastic and dynamic performance of the participants of various schools enthralled all who witnessed the Samaroh from 24 to 28 of December 2014. Especial efforts of parents, teachers and


well-wishers of VKV Tezpur made the event a grand success. The valedictory function of the Samaroh was held at Ban Theatre Tezpur on 28 December. Sri Jeeten Basumatary, a renowned vocalist (classical) graced the function as chief guest. Also on the occasion was present Sri Joram Begi, Director of Higher and Technical Education (Retd.) Govt. of Arunachalm Pradesh. There were colourful cultural performances on stage by groups of students of VKV Tezpur. The main attraction of the evening was the concert by Sri Jeeten Basumatery. He kept the audience spellbound by his musical enchantment. A brief prize distribution ceremony marked a closing of the five day cultural

extravaganza. Prizes were given away for all individual and group performances. There were two special prizes for the schools that gave overall disciplined performance. VKV Tinsukia with 24 points begged the ‘Best Cultural Troupe’ award. VKV Bokulani with 21 points was second in the list to beg the ‘2nd Best Cultural Troupe’ award. The Samaroh gave the opportunity to the organizer to see how well the students are groomed in various cultural activities in its schools.

Thursday, 19 February 2015

Anwesha book fair


ANWESHA group of publication has organized a book fair in VKV, Tingrai from 17th to 18th November 2014 for the students and the parents.

Ganesh Chaturthi Observed on 29th August, 2014

Ganesh Chaturthi was observed on 29th August, 2014. The programme started with Mangala Charan, after that Ganesh Bhajan was performed by the students of class III and IV. Sarada didi delivered the speech and also narrated story related to Ganesh Chaturthi. Then Idol making competition was held from the classes III to V.

Wednesday, 18 February 2015

Universal Brotherhood Day Celebration

Universal Brotherhood Day was celebrated with lot of joy and enthusiasm among parents, teachers,
 students and well-wishers of the Vidyalaya. Events included in a small cultural programme effectively conveyed the importance and significance of the occasion.

Principal Smt. Manisha Dey greeted the parents, guests and other invitees in her welcome address. A teacher of school Smt. Mala Roy Talukdar spoke on the significance of the occasion. Deputy Commandant CISF Sri Jograj and HOP In charge Sri J. Impang also delivered speeches highlighting Swami Vivekananda’s remarkable contribution to India’s spirituality.

Thursday, 5 February 2015

ABL, ALM & Mathematics Workshop

VKSPV conducted Activity Based Learning, Active Learning Methodology and Math workshop with participants from VKVs of Tinsukia, Dibrugarh, Tingrai, Bokuloni, Baragolai, Sivsagar, Umrangso and Badarpur.

Sri. S. Pichaiya, Retd. Headmaster from Govt. Higher Secondary School, Madurai and Sri R. Ratnavelu, Asst. Prof. (Retd.) from NCERT, Tamilnadu guided the participants in the workshops. Both as well as Sri M.P. Vijay Kumar (Retd. IAS), former director SSA, Tamilnadu were instrumental in planning, developing and training teachers on Activity Based Learning (ABL) methodology at 25th January to 5th February 2015; 90 teachers; at Tinsukia, Sibsagar, Umrangso & Badarpur

ABL, ALM & Mathematics Workshop

VKSPV conducted Activity Based Learning, Active Learning Methodology and Math workshop with participants from VKVs of Tinsukia, Dibrugarh, Tingrai, Bokuloni, Baragolai, Sivsagar, Umrangso and Badarpur.
Sri. S. Pichaiya, Retd. Headmaster from Govt. Higher Secondary School, Madurai and Sri R. Ratnavelu, Asst. Prof. (Retd.) from NCERT, Tamilnadu guided the participants in the workshops. Both as well as Sri M.P. Vijay Kumar (Retd. IAS), former director SSA, Tamilnadu were instrumental in planning, developing and training teachers on Activity Based Learning (ABL) methodology at 25th January to 5th February 2015; 90 teachers; at Tinsukia, Sibsagar, Umrangso & Badarpur.

Friday, 30 January 2015

Special Achievements of Students

VKV Tinsukia: Kr. Abhilash Roy and Kr. Nayanjyoti Gohain of Class X participated in the Regional Level Science Exhibition 2014 conducted by CBSE in Guwahati from 10th to 12th May 2014. Their model was selected for National Level CBSE Science Exhibition held at Kolkata.


Harsh Birmiwal and Kr. Pulkit Agarwal of Class XII-Commerce scored 100 in Accountancy and Business Studies respectively in AISSCE 2015.


VKV Golaghat: Km. Shivangi Baishya (VII) reached the quarter final in National School Badbinton championship held at Jammu in November 2014. Anurag Kalita (IX) participated in All India Sub-Junior Badminton Tournament 2014 held at Bangalore.


Trisha Gogoi (VI) won the Inter-District Player of the Year Award-2014 at Tarunram Phukan Indoor Stadium, Guwahati. She also secured the 3rd rank in All Assam Junior Girls Ranking-2015.


VKV (NEEPCO) Umrangso: The School football team was adjudged Runner-up  in CBSE cluster-I Football tournament in which 39 schools of North-East participated. The team was selected for National Level tournament conducted by CBSE in Gujrat.


Sri. Rituraj Langthasa and Sri. Milon Jyoti Nath (both  XI) qualified for the National Level Science Exibition from the regional level held at Guwahati from 28 to 30 January 2015, which was organised by CBSE.


Kr. Anup Jyoti Sarmah, a student of Class XII Arts scored100 in Informatics Practices (065) in AISSCE 2015.


               


 VKV (NEEPCO) Doyang:

Km. Mhoyani Kithan, Km. Mercy Patton and Km. C. Lochumi Ngullie have been selected for Centre for Cultural Resource & Training (CCRT) Scholarship in folk songs and paintings.

Km. Dulumoni Das (VII) and Km. Jellina Borgohain (VI) participated in National level Drama & Dance competition organised by Samskar Bharati Natya Kendra Agra from 14 to 19 October 2014.

An 11-member Kho Kho team of Girl’s participated in the CBSE cluster-I Kho Kho championship and qualified for the national level, held in Haryana from 25 to 30 November 2014.

VKV Nalbari:

Kr. Ivan Baruah (X) represented Assam in Under 17 Cricket National School Games in Bhopal.

Kr. Nibir Deka(VIII) played under 14 cricket team of Assam in Kolkata.

Kr. Dibash Barman (VII) represented Nalbari in under 14 football team of the state.  


Thursday, 15 January 2015

VKV (NEC) Baragolai

 At a glance

Established :2000
Location :On Margherita-Ledo section (Stilwel Road) of the National Highway No-37, in village Baragolai of Margherita township, Assam.
Address :Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya (NEC) Baragolai
(NEC)Baragolai, P/O: Margherita,
PIN-786181, Dist: Tinsukia, Assam (INDIA)
Phone :+91-(0)3751 - 213435, +91-(0)3751 - 221227
Email :vkvbarg@vkspv.org
Web :http://baragolai.vkv.in
Status :Co-educational.
Classes :From KG to XII (Arts & Science).
Medium of Instruction :English.
Other languages taught:Assamese, Hindi and Sanskrit.
Board :Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi.
Special patronage :North Eastern Coalfields, Margherita.


Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya (NEC) Baragolai

Vivekananda Kendra Kanyakumari took over Kendriya Vidyalaya Baragolai in 2000 on invitation from Coal India Ltd. and as per a Memorandum of Understanding between VK Kanyakumari and Coal India Ltd. The Vidyalaya was named VKV (NEC) Baragolai as it was to be financed by North Eastern Coalfields. It was upgraded to Senior Secondary level in 2002. VKV (NEC) Baragolai is the only CBSE affiliated Sr. Secondary school in the locality covering an area of approx. 40 sq. km (by road) from Powai to Jagun.


Unique Features and Best Practices


• The 45-minute long Balsabhas held in the morning hours on every 1st, 2nd and 3rd Saturdays present a unique forum to the students of Primary Section (Classes I to V) to showcase their talent. These are conducted every 1st Saturday house-wise and every 3rd and 4th Saturdays class-wise.


• Anandalayas are the non-formal schools run under the guidance of Vivekananda Kendra Kanyakumari and these are meant for underprivileged students of remote locations. The activities of the Anandalayas are carried out by the nearest Vivekananda Kendra Vidyaylaya. At present VKV (NEC) Baragolai is running three Anandalayas: Bisagaon Anandalaya [Students: 37, Teachers: 2], 1 No. Makum Pathar Anandalaya [Students: 39, Teachers: 2] and 4 No. Makum Pathar Anandalaya [Students: 42, Teachers: 2]. On first Wednesday of every month VKV (NEC) Baragolai conducts Anandalaya meeting at school site. The meeting is followed by songs, bhajans, prayers, games etc. Teachers entrusted with the responsibility visit the Anandalayas every month. Every Saturday Samskar Varga classes are conducted in the afternoon for the Anandalaya students. The Vidyalaya supports the Anandalayas in celebrating various important occasions also.


• Apart from regular assembly activities such as Prayer, Pledge, Thought explanation etc. students are allowed to present quiz, devotional songs, folk songs, traditional dances, recitation, yogasanas, stories etc.


• Speaking Blackboard near the entrance has on it General and sports news, Sentence Correction and Thought for the Week as regular items as part of the regular House activities. Apart from these, Weekly School Report is put up on the Board every week. Moreover these are assessed by the teachers on a regular basis.


• The Vidyalaya has been bringing out its annual magazine ‘Adarsh’ since its inception.


• The Vidyalaya brings out wall magazines from time to time to showcase the talent of the students. These are prepared mostly by the students with teachers as their guides.


• The Vidyalaya also organises various theme-based exhibitions at school on relevant occasions.


• Green Card System in improving Spoken English at the school has been playing an important role. The photos of the special achievers are displayed near the entrance. Spoken English Classes (Open to all) are also conducted for students of different age groups from time to time. Sri M. S. Rao initiated these activities.


• Science Club appeared in the year 2009 to help children develop in themselves a scientific temperament and also to popularize science among them. Children who participated in the science exhibition 2009 are the members of the club and the children who were selected in that exhibition are the active members of the science club. The club activities are co-ordinated by Sri Manish Kr. Dey.


• The Vidyalaya conducts competitions for nearby  schools from time to time.


• The Vidyalaya conducts Yoga Shibirs for its staff and public from time to time. Moreover a Course in Yoga is an integral part of its school curriculum.


• The Vidyalaya has a trained Band troupe.


• As part of its Extensional Activities, the Vidyalaya has extended its helping hand to Central Academy Tipong, a nearby school. A few books were donated to the students and the teachers of the school on 2nd October 2010 to strengthen their library. On 31st October 2010 a one-day Devotional and Patriotic Song Training Workshop was conducted for the teachers of the school.


Remarkable achievements of the school:

The Vidyalaya is scaling new heights in both academics and sports as years pass by.


•Many students of the Vidyalaya have successfully completed and are still pursuing various professional courses such as Medicine, Engineering, Poly-technique etc.


•Many students of the Vidyalaya have won various academic competitions at district, state and national levels.


•Prestigious CBSE Teacher’s Award 2005 was conferred on Sri. S.N.T. RajaRam, the then Principal of the school, on 4th September 2005 by the Human resource Development Minister Sri. Arjun Singh at the India International Centre, New Delhi. He was given a certificate and a cash award of Rs. 25000/- in recognition of his excellence in the field of education.


• Most remarkable achievement of the Vidyalaya in sports has been the clinching of the Champion’s title three times in the CBSE Cluster-I Kho-Kho (Boys) Tournament (East Zone). Hence the Vidyalaya qualified to play at National level CBSE Kho-Kho (Boys) Tournament in 2004, 2007 and recently in 2010. Moreover, ‘Best Kho-Kho Player of the Tournament’ award in the CBSE Cluster-I Kho-Kho (Boys) Tournament (East Zone) was bagged by the players of the Vidyalaya three times: Kr. Deenanath Gour in 2004, Kr. D. Srinivas in 2007 and by Kr. P. Jagan in 2010.


• Apart from many trophies in various categories, the Vidyalaya has bagged the most coveted ‘Best Sports Team’ award in the 7th Vivekananda Krida Mahotsava, 2011.


Special Mention:

The Vidyalaya has successfully completed 10 glorious years of its service in the vicinity of Margherita. It has basked in its grand decennial celebration culminating in the 7th Vivekananda Krida Mahotsava, in which 13 VKVs of Assam and Nagaland participated. The Vidyalaya conducted Declamation, Sit-and-Draw and Elocution competitions for 11 nearby schools also as part of its decennial celebration.

Monday, 12 January 2015

Vivekananda Jayanti & Samartha Bharat Parva

Samartha Bharat Parva was conducted in every VKV from 25th December 2014 to 12th January 2015. This programme included speeches on India's glorious past, contribution of India towards the world in different fields, Indian Heritage etc. The 152nd Birth Anniversary of Swami Vivekananda was celebrated in all the vidyalayas with different programmes including Puspanjali Karyakram in Public places near the Vidyalayas on 25th December 2014 to 12th January 2015; all VKVs.

Vivekananda Jayanti & Samartha Bharat Parva

Samartha Bharat Parva was conducted in every VKV from 25th December 2014 to 12th January 2015. This programme included speeches on India's glorious past, contribution of India towards the world in different fields, Indian Heritage etc. The 152nd Birth Anniversary of Swami Vivekananda was celebrated in all the vidyalayas with different programmes including Puspanjali Karyakram in Public places near the Vidyalayas on 25th December 2014 to 12th January 2015; all VKVs.

Thursday, 8 January 2015

Alumni Meets

All Secondary and Higher Secondary Schools with Passed alumni have been conducting alumni meets for the last few years:

160 Alumni of VKV Golaghat were present in an Alumni Meet held as part of the Silver Jubilee Celebration of the Vidyalaya on 22nd November 2014.


70 Alumni of VKV Dhemaji assembled in a meet conducted at the Vidyalaya on 3rd January 2015.


VKV Doyang Conducted a meet on 3rd January 2015 with 36 alumni.


VKV Umrangso conducted its third Alumni Meet with a day long programme on 8th January 2015. About 60 Alumni of the Vidyalaya participated in the Meet.


VKV Baragolai conducted its second Alumni Meet on 15th April 2014 with 30 alumni.

Wednesday, 7 January 2015

Education Tour

Students of classes IX & X participated in an educational excursion conducted by VKV Golaghat in Hollongapar Gibbon Wildlife Sancturary on 28th December 2014 to 7th January 2015.

Monday, 5 January 2015

Orientation Classes

Dr. Vasant Barve, Dr. Ratnakar Sathe and Dr. Meenakshi Barve from Maharashtra conducted a few orientation classes for the teachers and the students of VKVs at Dibrugarh, Tingrai, Bokuloni and Umrangso on April 2014- January 2015; at various VKV's.