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Gita Chanting Competition - VKV Dollungmukh

The Intra School Bhagwad Gita Chanting Competition at VKV Dollungmukh was conducted on the eve of Gita Jayanti, on 29.11.2017 in which all the students participated with true spirit and enthusiasm.

Sri. Ratnakar Pandey and Smt. Rajashri Kalita, the Assistant Manager, Rajbasha, Subansiri Lower Hydro Electric Project of NHPC at Gerukamukh and Sanskrit Teacher of Kendriya Vidyalaya, Subansiri Lower Hydro Electric Project of NHPC at Gerukamukh respectively were the judges along with Sri. R. Murugan, the Principal of the Vidyalaya. All the three judges assessed the participants as per the centralised guidelines.




A Brief Report on the Library Week Observations from 19.11.2017 – 26.11.2017

Library Week was observed in VKV Dollungmukh from 19.11.2017 – 26.11.2017, which comprised a variety of activities like Display of Subject wise Wall Magazines, Book Collection Drive and Literary Competitions focussing on the enrichment of the reading habits and explore the hidden potentialities of the students.

 The weeklong observation was commenced on 19.11.2017, in which Sri. Krishna Kumar.V.V.R.N, the Senior General Manager of SOMA Enterprises, Gerukamukh graced the occasion as the Chief Guest. He was given a brief description about the observation along with the significance of the day speech on the observation of “Sadhana Diwas” – the Birth Anniversary of Mananeeya Eknathji Ranade, the spirit behind Vivekananda Rock Memorial and Vivekananda Kendra, Kanyakumari and VKVs in Arunachal Pradesh.

 The literary competitions namely, Quotation Recitation and Writing, Loud Reading both in English and Hindi and Book Review were conducted from 21.11.2017 – 25.11.2017 with an active and enthusiastic participation of the students. The Vidyalaya had a receipt of 101 books of various subjects, donated by the parents and one of the NHPC officials as a part of the Book Collection Drive – one of the activities of the observations.

 Sri.G.K.Singh, the Chief of HR, Subansiri Lower Hydro Electric Project of NHPC at Gerukamukh graced the culmination of the Library Week Observations as the Chief Guest and awarded the winners of the literary competitions in the in - house programme organised on 27.11.2017.

A Report on General Health Check up

A General Health Check up was done for all the students of the Vidyalaya on 13.10.2017, for which a medical team was deputed by Subansiri Lower Hydro Electric Project of NHPC at Gerukamukh on request from the end of the Vidyalaya.

The doctors namely Sri. Chandra Kant Pandey and Sri. Bikash Jyoti Nath of the medical team thoroughly examined all the students and reported that all of them were fit enough in good health. Appropriate medicines were provided to the students who had minor health issues. The medical team also provided a kit of medicines in adequate quantity for the future use in the hostels as first aid. It’s fortunate that all the 47 day scholars of the Vidyalaya were benefitted by the General Health Check up along with the 79 hostellers present as on date.


A Report on Bhoomi Pooja for Saraswathi Temple

The construction of a Sarawathi Temple at the academic block of the Vidyalaya, is too a  commitment of Subansiri Lower Hydro Electric Project of NHPC at Gerukamukh in addition to the other infrastructures provided under the Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainable Development (CSR and SD) scheme of the project. In accordance with the same the Bhoomi Pooja was conducted on 12.10.2017, which was graced by Sri. Rakesh, the Executive Director of the project along with his colleagues of high profile. The nuclear family of the Vidyalaya too involved in the pooja with full spirit and enthusiasm. As per the vision and words of the Executive Director, it’s expected that the temple would be fulfledged by 22.01.2018, the Vasanta Panchami day.   

Universal Brotherhood Day Celebrations – 11.09.2017

The 125th Universal Brotherhood Day celebrations at VKV Dollungmukh commenced with the Run for Brotherhood, which was  flagged off by Smt. Nido Yapop, the Anchal Chair Person of Dollungmukh. She recalled her association with VKVs as a parent since time immemorial and also expressed her happiness to be the Chief Guest to flag off the run. She wished the entire team of the Vidyalaya to have a better day ahead. The hostellers of Class IV and V participated in the run along with a few teachers.

Following the Run for Brotherhood, a programme was organised by the family members of the Vidyalaya, in which Sri. Koj Tacho, the Circle Officer of Dollungmukh graced the occasion as the Chief Guest. Sri. R.Murugan, the Principal of the Vidyalaya highlighted the significance of the celebration in addition to the Forty Years Celebrations on the existence of VKVs in the state along with the welcome address. Kr. Bini Tergiri, a Class V student of the Vidyalaya drew the attention of the entire gathering by his vibrant presentation of the historical Chicago Speech. It’s obvious that there was a colourful cultural programme presented by the young buds of VKV Dollungmukh, which comprised of a traditional solo dance and a patriotic song in group. The Chief Guest while addressing the gathering, highly acknowledged the selfless service of VKVs in the state and also insisted the parents to extend their fullest co operation to the Vidyalaya at all the spheres so that the ultimate output would be that their wards would emerge as a better citizen of the nation. The gathering of the parents of both hostellers and day scholars were highly impressed by the performance of their wards. The programme was concluded by Shanti Mantra.