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Universal Brotherhood Day was celebrated at VKV Tezu in a befitting manner

11th September; Tezu: Acknowledging 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 VKV Alumni Association, Lohit Unit celebrated Universal Brotherhood Day inviting parents, govt officials, well wishers and local public on 11th September, 2017 in Tezu, the district head quarter of Lohit of Arunachal Pradesh

A marathon race was organised at 4.30 am by VKV Alumni Association, Lohit Unit, VKV-Tezu & VKV Tafrogam jointly to celebrate 40 years of celebration of VKVs in Arunachal Pradesh. The District Medical Officer, Tezu was the Chief Guest to flag off the race from Amik Matai Vidya Mandir and it was culminated at VKV Tezu.

The celebration of Universal Brotherhood Day was in Amik Ringya Hall at 10 am. The Deputy Commissioner, Sri Karma Leki, Lohit Dist. of Arunachal Pradesh was the Chief Guest to grace the occasion. Sri Suresh Kr. Behera, the Principal of the school welcomed the dignitaries and guests, presented a brief report of the school and its achievement in the previous academic session.

The Chief Guest, Sri Karma Leki, on his 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. He also appreciated the 40 years of selfless and dedicated service of Vivekananda Kendra in establishing VKVs and imparting quality education to their children in Arunachal Pradesh and extended his heartfelt thanks to the VKV Alumni Association, Lohit Unit for organising Marathon race in the morning. He gave away the cash prizes to the winners of Marathon race sponsored by VKV Aluminise.

Sri Uttam Kumar Patel, a teacher of the school highlighted the importance of the day. He glorified Swami Vivekananda as the bravest son of Mother India. He was the first Indian seer to carry Indian Culture and heritage to the west. Swamiji’s Address to the entire world on Sanatan Dharma and its doctrine and the religion which gave his country the epithet of world tolerance were the gist of his entire address. We the People of India, Unity in Diversity, forgetting caste, creed and religion would work together to accomplish the vision of Swamiji , he added. A cultural show highlighting the message of Swami Vivekananda was performed by the children of the school.

Vote of thanks was proposed by Sri Rajeev Kr Singh, a teacher the school followed by shanty mantra.

National Youth Day Celebration- VKV Tezu

Swami Vivekananda Jayanti (National Youth Day) was celebrated at VKV – Tezu with traditional fervour and gaiety on 12th January at 10 am. Dr Sajinglu Chai Pul, the District Medical Officer and Ms Lui Shiba, EAC, Tezu were the Chief Guest and Guest of Honour to grace the occasion.

In his welcome address, Sri Suresh Kr Behera, the Principal of the school appealed the youth to spare their life for the welfare of the society, state and for their life in good cause in spite of wasting the valuable time in material happiness.

Dr S Chai Pul, DMO, the Chief Guest greeted the parents and students on the occasion of National Youth Day and asked them to be inspired from the life and message of Swami Vivekananda.

Guest of Honour, Ms Lui Shiba, the EAC, on her speech highlighted Swami Vivekananda’s work for the motherland and his spiritualism to the west. ‘Own culture is pride and one has to preserve it and respect to the women’ were the zest on her debut speech.

Students of the school exhibited colourful cultural show and District Level Traditional Dance and Drama Competition could leave the spectators spell bound.

Sri Krulesh Ngadong, the Nagar Pramukh, VK Arunjyoti, Tezu branch proposed vote of thanks to one and all present there.

School Level Science Exhibition at VKV  Tezu

VKV Tezu conducted School Level Science Exhibition on 20th Dec, 2016 inviting the students of Govt. Middle School, Type – III, Govt. Middle School, Type – I, Tezu teachers of the respective schools and parents. There were more than 150 students of the said schools and nearly 70 to 80 parents excluding our students and teachers visited the exhibition halls on an exchanging of Students learning Programme.

Children from Class – V to VIII prepared 40 models: working models and exhibition models which were showcased in the halls in exploring their scientific curiosity and outlook. The best three models from each class were adjudged by the judges who were the teachers from the neighbouring schools. Our small budding talents were applauded by the parents and invitees.


The Universal Brotherhood Day commemorating the historic Chicago address of Swami Vivekananda in the world parliament of religious on 11 Sept 1893 was celebrated in a befitting manner by VKV Tezu. The programme was conducted at Amik Ringya Hall.

Shri Danish Ashraf, IAS, the Dy.Commissioner of Lohit District, Tezu was the chief guest of the function. The Chief Guesat was accompanied by his wife Madam Ashraf.

The programme commenced with the ceremonial lightning of lamp by the Chief Guest with invocation prayer by the children.

The welcome address was given by the Principal Shri S.K Behera. He extended his warm welcome to the chief guest, the Nagar Pramukh of Vivekananda Kendra Arunjyoti, Tezu Shri Ngadongji all the guardians/ parents, teachers and students of VKV, Tezu to the function.

The Principal presented a brief report of the school too, before the gathering.

Thereafter, a patriotic welcome song sung by the students of class IV.

An excerpt of the Chicago address by Swamiji was presented by Kr. Shayan Phukan of Class VI.

Smt. Kanchan Mishra, a teacher of VKV Tezu spoke briefly about the significance of the day and highlighted the mission and vision of Swamiji, his clarion call of the World for religion, tolerance and spirit of Brotherhood.

The chief guest was felicitated by the Principal with a presentation.

In his speech, the chief guest of the function, the Dy. Commissioner of Lohit District, Shri Danish Ashraf, thanks the Principal for organising the programme and having invite him.

The chief guest exhorted the children to imbibe the teaching of Swamiji in their lives and inculcated the high moral values practised by Swamiji. Interpreting the true meaning of spiritualism, said that if we perform one job sincerely and with dedication, there is spiritualism in each and every act of our day to day lives.

The children displayed the 1st issue of wall magazine house wise for four houses which were unveiled by the chief guest and the special guest.

On this occasion, children of VKV, Tezu presented various cultural items like semi- classical dance, nursery rhymes with action, group dance, Rajasthani folk dance, Mishmi local dance, etc.

A meaningful skit on Swachh Bharat Abhiyan was also presented by the children, which was appreciated by all.

The vote of thanks was delivered by Shri Ngadongji, the Nagar Pramukh of Vivekananda Kendra Arunjyoti, Tezu. He thanked the chief guest and his madam for sparing time to attend the function, despite his busy schedule. He also thanked the Principal, all the teachers and the children for taking pain in organising the programmes and all the parents for participating in the programme.

The programme ended with chanting of Shanti Mantra by all.


The Sadgamaya Shibir was held on 2nd October at the VKV, Tezu.

The Shibir was attended by 61 students including the students from GOVT. MIDDLE SCHOOL, NO – 3, TEZU.

The anchoring of the programme was done by Su Ami Billai.

The programme commenced with three “omkras “followed by Gita chanting.

Thereafter, lighting of lamp was done by the Chief Guest, Dr. Suchitra Kakoti, Principal Denning college of Teacher Education, Tezu, with invocation by the children.

This was followed by singing of shibir geet by the children of class-VIII.

The principal, Sri Suresh Kr. Behera, presented the welcome speech and highlighted the purpose of the camp.

This day being the Gandhi Jayanti too, a soulful bhajan “Raghupati Raghav..” was presented by the children of class V.

Next, the resource person Dr. S. Kakoti was felicitated and presented with a portrait of Swami Vivekananda. Thereafter the chief guest presented a speech on Personality Development. She urged the children to concentrate on the way they talk, behave, present their views, art of listening to others, self confidence, etc. The way you present yourself create good or bad impression on others, she said. Quoting of Swami Vivekananda, she said that everybody has some inborn quality in him/her, which needs to be developed fully. She advised the children to study the personalities of the great persons like Swami Vivekananda, Mahatma Gandhi, etc, and get inspired by them with self confidence and determination one can reach to great heights, she added.

Vote of thanks was proposed by Smt. Lalita Thapa. She extended her gratitude to the Chief Guest on behalf of VKV Tezu, for enlightening the children with valuable knowledge on personality development. She also appreciated the children for patiently listening to the speeches.

After the break all the children were divided into seven groups. Sri Ashokji, Nagar Sangathak, of Vivekananda Kendra Arun Jyoti Tezu was the resource person for this programme.

After Sri Ashokji, Nagar Pramukha, VK Arunjyoti, Tezu was introduced to the children by the Principal, he showed a power- point presentation on the topic “PARIKSHA DE HASTE HASTE”. Sri Ashokji advised the children to face the examination with positive thoughts.

The post lunch session commenced with the singing of patriotic songs lead by Smt. Satabdi Roy.

The Principal explained about the meaning of patriotic songs and the Gita to the children. He also advised to keep in touch with Vivekananda Kendra, Arunjyoti, Tezu for learning more such activities.

Making of colourful crafts was taught by Smt. Jaswanti Kaur to the children.

Lastly, Krida yoga (games) was played by the children, led by Vivekananda Kendra Arun Jyoti Karyakartas, Tezu, which was greatly enjoyed by the children. Thereafter feedback forms were filled by the children about the programmes. The day’s programmes concluded with Shanti Mantra.