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Science exhibition at VKV Itanagar

On 14th  November 2017, the Biley Science Club of V K V Itanagar organized a Science Exhibition in which the students from class III to XI participated with a lot of enthusiasm.

          Dr. Anuradha Panigrihi, Professor of Physics at D N College, Dr. B K Mishra, Professor of Chemistry at D N College and Vivek Kumar, curator of Science Centre, Itanagar,  These highly distinguished Judges were invited to judge the models.

          Total of 318 participants in which 106 models were presented in the exhibition, and the judges were really delighted to see the effortful response of all the participants.

          A variety of models could be seen, which were all based on different fields of science. Starting from static volcano models to making Hydraulics. The participants were divided in to 3 groups: Junior, middle and senior. Each group strived a lot of efforts to make this program a successful one.

          A total 6 Schools were invited to visit  the exhibition. Kendriya Vidyalaya – 2 School visited the exhibition. In addition to that, there was a really spectacular art exhibition, where several students displayed their remarkable art. Painting art were judged by the teachers of our  School.

          Overall , this exhibition has been a very successful one, and this has only been possible due to the several individuals who worked really hard.. Principal Dr. Kakade Rajendra C. welcomed the Guest and  given token of love. Science Exhibition  Coordinator  Sri. Vinod T Kothawade  and  Sri. Manoj Shah, organized the program. Sri Aurobindo Mohonty gave vote of  thanks.

In this way, fruitful exhibition was concluded  with Shanti  Mantra

Primary Teachers Workshop

            The five days workshop for the Primary Teachers was held at VKV Itanagar on and from 31st October to 4th November 2017. Teachers from Vivek Vihar and Itanagar attended the workshop under the guideline of Arvind Gore, the renoured Educationist.

          It was really a wonderful workshop. Arrived Gore Sir wanted to high light the great message of Swami Vivekananda. i.e. Each Soul is potentially divine. He guided the teachers to teach the students with Concerns, not with worry, with the solution not with the problem. For this he advised the teachers to remember the following things along with their lesson plan etc.

  1. The most and basic obligation of a teacher is to see the beauty exist inside the mind of the Children.
  2. Punishment will never solve the problem.
  3. Love, appreciate and enter in to the mind and heart of the students.
  4. Make good relationship with the children.
  5. Every child is a beautiful flower. Altogether they can make a beautiful garden.

Sri Arvind Gore sir practically showed all sorts of teaching techniques narrating marvelous touching stories of real life. The workshop ended with Valedictory function. Teachers should their experience. Five days workshop was really an achievement for the teachers.

Report on “National Unity Day” Celebration

  • NNS Unit of VKV Itanagr observed the National Unity Day to commemorate the birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhai Patel. Dr. Kakade Rajendra C. addressed the students on this occasion and guided about the values of oneness and unification. He also spoke about women empowerment and placed an example of Iron Lady Late Prime Minister of India Indira Gandhi on her death anniversary.
  • Pnakaj Kumar also delivered impressive speech in which he insisted on Sardar Vallabhai Patel’s life and struggle for Unity of Nation. He also guided the students in poetic way to preserve and strengthen unity, integrity and security of our nation.
  • House wise Patriotic Song Competition also added the grace of this celebration.
  • Patil Pankaj Balasheb administered the pledge of “Rashtriya Ekta Diwas”.
  • Availing the opportunity of this occasion Dr. Kakade Rajendra C. felicitated the winners of Governor’s Quiz Competition & District level National Science Children’s Congress.

Report on NSS Orientation Programme

NSS unit VKV Itanagar organized orientation programme on 26th Oct.2017 for class IX to XII. Chief Guest on this programme was Bramhakumar Raju from Brahamakumari Vishwa vidyalay Head quarter Rajasthan along with him           Dr. Joydeb Sahoo & Brahamakumari Junu Didi. Session began with three omkaras and NNS theme song.  Principal Dr. Kakade Rajendra C gave welcome address & felicitated guests with token of love. Bramhakumar Raju took one hour session on “Success in students’ life”. With excellent use power point he insisted on concentration, moral values & adverse effect of today’s technology on youth. He also spoke about importance of spirituality in students’ life. Vote of thanks given by Sri. Patil Pankaj Balasaheb. The fruitful session concluded with Shanti Mantara.

Participation in National Green Tribunal Conference at Guwahati

5 students of VKV Itanagar along with their escort teacher attended 2 days conference of NGT at Guwahati on 9th and 10th Sept’2017.The topic of discussion was on waste disposal management. The chief minister and the forest minister of Assam inaugurated the programme. The Supreme Court Judge Sri Adarsh Kumar Goel and other judges of Kolkata High Court, Sikkim High Court and many other judicial dignitaries of difference high court of India graced the conference and delivered lectures on the following topic- Reuse of tree, waste water and resource recovery. Integrated and sustainable solid and liquid resource management, segregation of biodegradable and non biodegradable waste, Bio conversion of wastes to manure through vermin composing to make wastes into wealth etc. The Arunachal pollution control board sponsored the programme in a successful manner. The students were highly benefitted by attending the conference. Kr. Ayush Deb of Class VIII received 1st prize for poster making, Km. Rosemoyee Bhuyan Class IX received 2nd rank in painting, Km. Preety Hazarika Cl-VIII received 4th rank in Essay competition and Km. Mache Beyong Class XISc. also received 4th and 5th rank respectively in Essay competition and painting competition. Smt. Anita Subramanian accompanied the students as an escort.