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
Saturday, 28 February 2015
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
Tuesday, 24 February 2015
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,
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.
Thursday, 19 February 2015
Wednesday, 18 February 2015
Friday, 13 February 2015
Thursday, 5 February 2015
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