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Universal Brotherhood Celebration

Universal Brotherhood Day was celebrated at VKV Vivek Vihar school premises with complete fervour to mark the 124th Anniversary of the historic Chicago Address delivered by the great cyclonic monk of India, Swami Vivekananda.

Shri Prince Dhawan, IAS,  Hon’ble Deputy Commissioner, Capital Complex was the Chief Guest to grace the  occasion . 

Shri Pradeep Y., Principal VKV Vivek Vihar welcomed the happy assembly of Hon’ble Chief Guest, respected parents of Class-X, teaching faculty and the students of Classes VI to X of the host school. 

Hon’ble Chief Guest was felicitated on the occasion.

The significance of the day was highlighted by Shri Satish Kumar, Teacher of the host school.

A replica of the historic speech was given by Kumar Lizom Doye, a student of Class-V of the host school.

In his keynote address, Hon’ble Chief Guest motivated the children in taking active part in maintaining cleanliness. Stopping betrayal and making Arunachal Pradesh an ideal place to live in.

He stresses that Education is a 5 kilometre race in which the slow and steady will win.

He added that those who make enthusiasm in the beginning, but leave in between, can’t achieve success.

He made the children to remember the ideology of Swami Vivekananda and do justice to themselves, their family, their religion, country and finally the whole world.

The assembly was entertained with various cultural programmes like Patriotic Group Song, Local Galo Group Dance, Classical Duet Dance and a drama highlighting some glimpses from the life of Swami Vivekananda from his early childhood days until the time he delivered the historic Chicago Address at the Columbus Hall at Chicago on 11th September, 1893.

Finally the programme concluded with the National anthem.

Independence day  Celebration

Independence Day was celebrated in our school with gaiety and fervour.  At the outset the National Flag was hoisted in the school premises by Shri Y.Pradeep, Principal, VKV Vivek Vihar followed by his address to the assembly of students and teachers on the auspicious occasion of Independence Day.  It was followed by various programmes indoors (Prayer Hall).The programme began with lighting the lamp by Principal sir, with invocation (Mangalacharan) by Class-X students. Then there were House-wise Cultural competitions like Patriotic Solo Song and Group song.Interesting games like Spoon and Marble Race (House-wise) for Primary Children and ‘Temple Run Race’ were  also a part of the Independence Day celebration this year.

A report on Janmashtami Celebration 2017

 Janmashtami was celebrated on 14th August 2017. Several cultural programmes were organised.

 Radha – Krishna competition was organised for class I students, Parents of class I were also invited for the same. There were 30 students for the Radha competition & 9 students for Krishna competition. Our teachers’ Su Deepika Nath, Su Namita Taye & Su Takhe Yaja, They made the judgement and 10 best Radha participants were selected. All 09 Krishna participants were also selected for the prizes. There were 49 Parents were attended the meeting.

 There was a drama based on Krishna Janmashtami and a group dance by hostel students of class (II to 5). The results were declared on the same day itself and the programme ended with Shantimantra.

Report on Raksha bandhan Celebration

          Raksha bandhan parv was celebrated in a grand manner at VKV Vivek vihar on 07th August at 8.30 a.m. Students from class I to X attended this programme. Sisters tied Rakhi on the wrist of brothers and they felt an emotional environment. Km. Pujum Zirdo (Class VI) delivered the speech on significance of the day. There are 27 teachers and 520 students attended in this celebration.

          After the school programme, there are 45 nos’ of selected students divided into 3 groups went to different schools such as Sri Sri Ravi Shankar Vidya Mandir, Vivekananda Central School and Govt. Secondary school, Police Colony under the leadership of 3 groups of teachers. Students got very good impression from the outside schools where they visited. Three students from our school have delivered an attentive speech in that respective school; Km Nani Sunya (Class X), Km Jirbi Karlo (Class X) & Km Toyir Basar (Class X) respectively.

Parents' Meet @ VKV Vivek Vihar

As planned in the action plan of the Vidyalaya for the session 2017-18, the first among the series of parents’ meeting was conducted on 08 July 2017 in our prayer hall. We began with the parents’ meeting of class X students.

As decided an elaborate plan was made to ensure the presence of all parents. Hence all efforts were made through repeated phone calls, personal contacts wherever possible and through intimation by letters. .

  • The meeting arrangements were in the traditional way. ‘Tilak’ was put on the forehead of the parents as a part of welcoming them.
  • The programme began with the invocation chants by the class X students. This was followed by the welcome speech by Principal, Shri Pradeep Y. Then the parents introduced themselves.
  • The new uniform system of assessment introduced by CBSE was explained to all by our teacher Sri.M.R.Raveendran.
  • Then all he teachers placed their target and action plans for the session. Out of 76 students 30 A1 rank holders are expected.
  • There was a slot to share the experience of the parents on the meeting and they responded hopefully and positively.
  • Tergam Tacha of Class X was also felicitated for her exemplary artistic activity in bringing life to the statue of Swamiji. Sri.Tapi Gao (Dir.Elementary Edn., Govt of A.P), who is also a parent gave away the token of love.

Earlier the class X students presented a patriotic song.

Our teacher Sri.J.P.Mishra drew a vocal portrait of Swami Vivekananda, Ma. Eknathji and Vivekananda Kendra and the Principal Sri.Y.Pradeep introduced the various activities of the Kendra and the concept of ‘Patron Drive’ and appealed everyone to be the patrons of the Kendra activities.

  • Satish Kumar registered the vote of thanks to the 74 parents assembled and the Shanti Mantra followed it.

The contented parents left the hall after enjoying the sumptuous snack served to them.