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Geetha Jayanti Celebration - VKV Tezu

Gita Jayanti is one of the important and meaningful utsavs of VKVs to commemorate the birth of the Holy Scripture Srimad Bhagavad Gita. The day was celebrated in our school with great devotion and dedication. Dr. Padmavati Onge, the Assistant Professor, IGG College was the Chief Guest cum Guest Speaker to grace the occasion. The programme began with the lighting of the lamp accompanied by invocation prayer, followed by welcome address by Sri S.K Behera Principal the school. After that Sri Uttam Kumar Patel, Assistant Techer of VKV Tezu, threw light on the importance of Gita in our daily life and appealed everyone to read and follow Gita for better life in this competitive life. Moreover, he also highlighted the past achievements of India in various fields and what India can do in future, if they determine. He also indicated that Samarth Bharat is not only a word but it is the reality of Indians and appealed our students to be determined to add glory in our future. The programme proceeded by gita chanting by the students and Prize distribution by the chief guest.

Followed by the speech of chief gust, Dr. Padmavati Onge, assistant professor in Hindi, IGG College, Tezu She expressed her gratitude to VKV Tezu for giving her an opportunity to attend the Gita Jayanti celebration. She said that Gita is very useful for our life. It is not only a religious text, but it is a guide to lead our life in proper manner. She said that the importance of Gita is very relevant in today’s modern world. Dr. Padmavati Onge expressed her concern for today’s materialistic world, people are slowly getting detached from own culture and losing faith in spirituality. Referring to what Lord Shri Krishna said in Gita, she said that Shri Krishna has given much emphasis in “Kartavya-Bodh” or responsibility. She told that according to Gita, responsibility has been classified into three types- personal, family and social responsibility.

                 Addressing the students present, she said that the foremost personal responsibility of a student is to study well. Further she told the students that they are very lucky to get an opportunity to study in prestigious institutes like VKVs, where moral education is given highest importance, besides quality education. Dr. Padmavati Onge advised the students to be serious about their studies and to be very careful so that they are not misguided to the wrong path. She cautioned the children not to misuse the mobile phones while attending online classes. She also advised the students not to break down emotionally and mentally, if they don’t get the desired marks in the board exams. She encouraged them to keep courage and try again and again and overcome the hurdle of life.

                 While referring to Samarth Bharat Mission, Dr. Padmavati urged the children to contribute in their own way to make our nation great, after they pass out from the school. They can do so by being a good citizen, she said. The aim of celebration is to make people aware of various facts of the holy book and its perpetual influence on human kind. We are successful to some extend to do the same in this pandemic. There was 100 attendance including students, parents and teachers

Sadhana Diwas Celebrated - VKV Tezu

On the day of 19th of November, Sadhana Diwas was celebrated with great commitment at VKV, Tezu. All the 16 teachers gathered in the school activity hall to celebrate the day. The day started with usual office time at 8.30, to prepare for the holy occasion. To celebrate the occasion with all the 405 students virtually, the class teachers shared the photo of Mananeeya Eknathji  Ranade on the online platforms to pay homage, along with a beautiful speech highlighting Eknathji’s early life, his hard toil to materialize the Vivekananda Rock Memorial, compiling Rousing call to Hindu nation, his contribution as a kshetra pracharak for poorvanchal, his visit to entire north east after the great earthquake, his endeavor to establish VKVs in Arunachal Pradesh, Assam etc.

The celebration started with the first session of Swadhyay from 9 am to 10 am, where all the teachers gathered in a circle in the prayer hall to start with chapter number 8.

The second session of celebration was resumed by lighting the Diya by the Principal at 11.30 am, which was followed by the floral tribute on the portrait of Eknathji Ranade by the Principal and all the other teachers. All the teachers enchanted the prayer starting with three Omkaras. After cleansing the minds and spirit with the prayer, the swadhay was resumed and finished till chapter number 10.

We were very fortunate to receive the letter from Mananeeya Nivedita Didi. It was read out loudly with the explanations of the insights of the golden words of Didi, which guided all the teachers to build better mindset and to elevate the enthusiasm in our life and work. The celebration was ended with the beautiful message from our Nivedita Didi, along with Kendra Prayer.

Universal Brotherhood Day Celebrated - VKV Tezu

Commemorating the historic address of Swami Vivekananda at World Parliament of Religions in Chicago, on 11th September, 1893 about his unique message of Universal Brotherhood and India’s spirituality to the West, Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya, Tezu jointly VK Nagar Samiti celebrated the day involving teachers, limited number of VKV Alumni and well-wishers on 11th September, 2020 in the Activity Hall of the school. There were only 35 attendances in the hall following SOPs of the Govt. and around 400 students and parents could join us online to watch the live show sitting at home.

The celebration was started at 9:30 am. Dr Ridhhi Dhawan, Medical Officer (Gynaecologist) General Hospital, Tezu Lohit Dist. was the Chief Guest to grace the occasion and Smt. Sailu Bellai, VKV Alumni was the Guest Speaker to highlight the day. Sri Suresh Kr. Behera, the Principal of the school welcomed the guests, audience and students and parents who were joining online to watch the programme, presented a brief report of the school and its achievement in the previous academic session.

The Guest Speaker, Smt. Sailu Bellai, on her maiden speech, pointed out Swamiji’s toil in reaching Chicago and participating in the World Parliament of Religion, and his message of Universal Brotherhood to the world. She also highlighted Swamiji’s message to the entire world on Sanatan Dharma and its doctrine and the religion which gave his country the epithet of world tolerance and inclusive approach of Hindus and the vision of oneness in the whole existence. Man. Eknathji’s strive to construct Vivekananda Rock Memorial, foundation of Vivekananda Kendra, celebration of 50 years of Vivekananda Rock Memorial under the motto of Ek Bharat Vijai Bharat were some of the highlights of her deliberation.

The Chief Guest, Dr Riddhi Dhawan praised the entire event and guided the children with her inspirational words by saying childhood is the best time of their life. So learn as much as they can in its phase. She promised us to render her help any kind when needed. She also appreciated the entire team of teachers for the well-functioning of the school and producing such good result.

Sri Uttam Kr Patel, a teacher of the school showed a short video pertinent to the construction of Vivekananda Rock Memorial through an LCD projector and uttered how Man Eknathji united the country to erect the national memorial.

There was a short and catchy cultural show performed by teachers and a few students to add the colour to the programme. Km Zuvian Pul, a Class V boy presented Swamiji’s Chicago address in his local language i.e. in Mishmi dialects. Km Dunoya Rondo & Km Weichi Mimi of Class V staged a local Mishmi Dance and teachers could sing a group patriotic song to soothe the milieu. Sri Krulesh Ngadong, Vibhag Pramukh, VK Lohit Vibhag threw light on Kendra activities in Arunachal Pradesh through VKVs and VK Arunjyoti and also proposed vote of thanks.  The programme was ended with Shanti Mantra

Krishna Janmashtami Celebration

Janmastami, is also called Shri Krishna janmastami  which is celebrated to mark the birth of Lord Krishna. Lord Krishna is believed to be the eighth incarnation (avatar) of Lord Vishnu. Devotees observe the 1st on this day as gesture of devotion, while many others indulge in the festivities by organising cultural programmes and puja ritual at home.

On 11 August 2020, Shri Krishna Janmastami was celebrated by all teachers of VKV Tezu. We celebrated the day by conducting puja in our school. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic situation students were not able to participate directly, so we sent greeting cards and recorded speech of the importance of the day to the students in the whatsApp group. Smt. Rupali Bhattacharjee didi delivered the message of Lord Krishana and His purpose of taking birth on the earth. Moreover we conducted Radha Krishna getup competition for the students of class I to VII. They celebrated the day and clicked photos and sent through whatsApp. There was also speech programme for the students of Class VIII to X. 

Independence Day Celebration

Indian across the nation was commemorating India’s independence from British rule by celebrating its 74th Independence Day on August 15, 2020. Independence Day is to remember our valiant freedom fighters who stood up against the colonisers and even suffered harsh consequences unflinchingly, so that the later generations could breathe in free air. Slaving for 200 years and claiming back our country makes us marvel at the great leaders.   

The day was started with the feeling of patriotism, though our students were not able to present in the school, we the teachers and other staff members along with sisters and brothers from Arunjyoti celebrated 74th Independence Day. Sri Ashok ji, Vibhag Sangathak (Lohit Vibhag, AJ) was invited as the Chief Guest to grace the occasion. Calibration with patriotic song was sung by Smt. Jalimsi Didi and followed by others. At 7.30 am the national flag was hoisted along with national anthem.  Sri Ashokji, in his deliberation, gave us the true meaning of independence in today’s context. In his speech he also talked about “Atmanirbhar Bharat” for our true independence. Sri Suresh Kr Behera, the Principal of the school delivered a short speech highlighting the importance of the day. Finally the celebration was ended with the slogan of “Bharat Mata ki Jai” and “Vande Mataram”

 In addition to this, students joined us from home. They celebrated the day with their family and clicked Selfie with their family and also made videos of singing of national Anthem which they shared us in the whatsApp group. Students of secondary level were asked to send their recorded speech as the part of their celebration.