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VKV Kuporijo Observed Library Week

VKV Kuporijo Observed Library Week from 19th to 26th Nov 2015 by conducting various activities to enhance reading habit among students and teachers as follows:       1) Book donation by students and teachers.  77 nos. of books collected.2)Book Exhibition organized in school playground for primary.  All students visited     the  exhibition stall and read different type of books.3)   House wise book review competition was organized. Each house was asked to present a book review on Ma. Eknathji. 16 students from four houses presented book review.  They selected different types of books like novels, folk tales and fiction. Three teachers judged their presentation and declared the results as given below.4)Visit to district library Daporijo. 90 students of Class – IX escorted by teachers visited district library and got exposure of reading different kinds of magazines and books. They interacted with junior. dist. librarian.

Samidha organized at VKV Kuporijo

Concluding the yearlong Ma. Eknathji Janma Shati Parva, a gathering of  well wishers and Karyakarta called Samidha was organized here in VKV Kuporijo on 19/11/15.

Talking on the topic “The need of selfless work and Samidha”, Sri. Jumni Liguji, Nagar Pramukh, said that it’s good to be economic i.e, using the resources in right way, but it should also include share for  social welfare. He also said that we should do selfless work if we want to see a better world. He urged everybody to come forward for selfless service.

Addressing the gathering on “Need of Organized work” Chief Guest of the programme, Sri. Puluk Lidaji, President IFCSAP, Upper Subansiri Dist.  said that there are various organizations in our country doing things for one purpose i.e. nation’s welfare. In the process, they help each other in accomplishing work in a organized way which is very necessary,. He also said that the present generation must protect its indigenous faith and culture which was also a dream Swami Vivekananda. He appealed all to become patrons of Vivekananda Kendra and contribute in its activities

Toys from Trash Exhibition

To induce the innovative thinking among the students that many useful things can be created from what we call as the trash, VKV Kuporijo organized “Toys from Trash Exhibition”. A Total 137 nos. of participants of class-IIIrd to Xth students participated in the program with their together 118 nos. of amazing creations made from the trash. The models included Airplanes made from Cold drink bottles; kettle models made from coconut shells; dancing duels made from disposal plates; Photo frames from cartoon box; Bags from wrappers; cars and home from used cards etc etc. Speaking as the Chief Guest for the program Shri. S. B. Singh, Lecturer DIET Daporijo, said that many things human throw here and there which causes unnecessary dumping without knowing that beautiful things can be created from the same. If children will be induced in the way as done in the said program then surely there will be less dumping in the town and cities. He added that program like “Toy from the Trash” provokes the creative thinking of the students which ultimately leads to the creation of a genius mind. He appreciated the VKV authority for organizing such marvelous program and also urged 47 nos. of parents and well wishers together present in the program to support such effort.

Universal Brotherhood Day celebrated in VKV Kuporijo

 

School Science Exhibition Organized at VKV Kuporijo

A School Level Science Exhibition was organized by the Science department of VKV Kuporijo on 28th August 2015 in school premises. Total nos. Of 20 models from Cl-V to Cl-X were exhibited.  Principal of Govt. College Daporijo, Dr. Vijay Raji made his presence as the special guest. Dr. Vijay Raji witnessed all the models  giving words of encouragement, suggestion and appreciation to each participant , expressed his feelings of contentment and hope in regard of VKVs and budding scientists  of the future that there is need of keeping scientific temperament, which is the goal of education. He advised the young generation not to get misdirected and look into the truth with scientific approach. The situation nowadays has become so that it has turned to suspect upon the ability of each youth to shoulder the responsibility. Therefore, he suggested the students to be ahead in the quest of knowing the reality behind everything so that the days of the future may look more luminous. A  Total nos. of 421 students   and other well-wishers visited the exhibition.

All over the programme was coordinated by Sri. Krishna Tamang