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Workshop on Science connect

VKV ITA 26th June - A three day workshop on Science connect was held at State Science Centre, Indira Gandhi Park Itanagar from 23rd to 25th June 2017. Altogether 15 students from 6 schools attended the programme. 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. The students from VKV Vivek Vihar, VKV Nirjuli, KV Tawang, VCS Itanagar, VPS-Daporijo also took part in the workshop.

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.

Parents Meet

An orientation programme for Class XI Humanities and Science was conducted at VKV, Itanagar on 22nd June’2017. All the newly joined students and their parents attended the one hour long programme. The programme started with lighting of the lamp followed by mangalacharan by the students of Class XII. 51 students and 47 parents attended the programme

Dr. Kakade Rajendra Chhagan, Incharge of the school explained the importance of punctuality, regular attendance, proper turn out, need of homemade tiffin etc. in his speech. He also presented a power point show of result at a glance of Class XII Humanities and Science 2016-17.

Subject teachers of Humanities and Science were introduced to the students and parents. Sri Uthaman VN welcomed the gathering and Smt. Shilpi Das Gupta conveyed the vote of thanks.

Painting competition on the topic SMART CITY ITANAGAR

Kr. Souvik De, Class-X secured First position in Painting competition on the topic SMART CITY ITANAGAR conducted by Itananagar Municipal Council (IMC) .He received a Certificate and Cash Prize Rs.5000. 00(Five Thousand only) on 3.4.2017 in function organized by IMC at Naharlagun.

Utsarg Samaroh 2017 at VKV Itanagar

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17TH Utsarg Samaroh of 5- VKVs for Class-X students initially started on 20th January 2017 with evening prayer at 06.30 pm in Itanagar. The participants from following schools attended the UTSARG-17.

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Altogether 235 students attended the Utsarg.

Sri P.M. Unnikrishnan, Education Officer, VKVAPT addressed the students, Resource persons and Escort Teachers and briefed about the 3-days Utsarg Samaroh. He defined Utsarg as gloriously march forward. He narrated a small story of Varanasi Yatra of two persons to make students understand that situation of life will be same, but how we look at it, is very important. If we look at the positive aspects, we will be benefitted, but if we look at its negative aspects, we will be the looser. The Shibir Geet ‘Man mein hamne’  was taught by Sri R. Krishna Kumarji, Member, VKVAPT.

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Vivekananda Kendra, Arunachal Prant, VKVs Itanagar and Vivek Vihar have celebrated the National Youth Day in commemoration with the birthday of Swami Vivekananda at VKV, Itanagar in a befitting way. The celebration was marked with the District Level Traditional Dance and Drama Competition. Sri. Techi Tolu, ZPM, Borum has graced the occasion as the Chief Guest. In his key note address, Sri. T. Tolu has expressed that Swami Vivekananda not only inspired the youth of India but the whole world. He has also mentioned that the youth are to be trained well as because the resources of Arunachal are plenty which are to be managed well.

Sri Taba Tatup, Prant Karyalaya Pramukh, Vivekananda Kendra, Arunachal Prant briefed the importance of preserving our age old cultural practices in the midst of globalization and advent of western influence on our traditional beliefs, faith and culture.

Sri Taro Sindik, Assistant Professor, Donyi Polo Govt. College, Kamki expressed on the importance of the day that Arunachal Pradesh has a rich cultural heritage, which is gradually being eroded due to deviation from the main stream of belief and faith. Sri Gechik Taza, Vice President, IFCSAP spoke on the occasion about the need of transmitting traditional culture to the younger generation by the elderly persons in the society.

Sri Gechik Taza, Su. Toku Mompa, Civil engineer, Dr. Tadam Ruti, Assistant Professor, Govt. College, Nyapin were the judges for the competition. The drama team from Doimukh circle and the dance team from Kargu Gamgi, Itanagar have adjudged with the best team in the concerned categories.

About 300 students and parents along with the staff of VKV Itanagar and Vivek Vihar attended the programme.