Yuva Sammelan at VKV Kuporijo
Continuing the phase wise celebration of 100th Birth Anniversary of Mananeeya Eknathji, founder President, Vivekananda Kendra, a College level Yuva Sammelan was organized here in VKV Kuporijo on 19th September 2015. The program started with the rhythm of 3 omkar and Shanti Path along with lightning of Lamp by Sri. Ashis Chatterjee, Principal In-charge, VKV Kuporijo. He also delivered welcome address after a patriotic group song presented by Class-IX students. Sri. Sadung Gyadu, APCS of 2009 batch, an X-VKVian from VKV Kuporijo (Kuporijo’s first batch), CO Payeng circle with additional charge of DTO, Upper Subansiri District, Successful, Young and Energetic, came as a resource person and took the session on the topic “Channelizing Youth Power” which was also the theme of said Yuva Sammelan.
As per the agenda, the group discussion on the topic “Role of the youth” was moderated by Sri. Tako Siga, teacher VKV Kuporijo, also a Karyakarta through VKV Arun Jyoti since 2001. The discussion’s conclusion was also given by him. He also initiated the inspiring PPTs and Videos display with the help of a projector.
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Think big to achieve great, Governor says to youths
ITANAGAR, Sept 17: Governor J P Rajkhowa has called upon the youth of the state to think great to achieve great. The youth of the State should strive to give greatest happiness, to greatest number of people for the greatest length of time. It can be done by imbibing a high sense of value based learning, discipline, punctuality, dedication, commitment, honesty and integrity and avoiding all forms of greed, the Governor said while addressing an interactive session on the topic, ‘Empower to Excel’, organised to mark the birth centenary of Swami Chinmayananda at the Eknathji Bhawan, VKV, Chimpu, Itanagar today.
The Governor underscored that there is no substitute to hard work, but added that to relax one’s body and mind is equally important, which is possible through learning and practice of Yoga derived from ancient Indian traditions.
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