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5th International Yoga Day at VKV Nirjuli

International Yoga Day 21st June 2019 was celebrated by the students and teacher at Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya, Nirjuli  to imbibe the value of discipline and aware the students to practice regular yoga to remain fit and improve concentration with great enthusiasm .The gracious presence of Su. Aparna Palkar Secretary VKVAPT, Sri S.C. Dixit Education Officer VKVAPT created the ambiance of the program more vibrant. The students got the chance to know how yoga embodies unity of mind and body. VKV Nirjuli NSS unit under the program officer Sri Sanjay Kr. Yadav played the key role to emblazon the program of the day.  Sri Krishna Kumar Mishra, VKV Nirjuli addressed the assembly about the importance of yoga to keep us physically fit, mentally healthy and spiritually awakened to say no to ailments. He reckoned many benefits of early rising and practicing yoga. Speaking to the assembly he also pointed out that how yoga helps students to memorize something and understand a concept and its context. The huge assembly of 1126 students of classes IV- XII with the teachers performed Yoga between 9 am to 10 am. Warm up excercises were taken and Different sitting and standing asanas like Vrikshasana, Uttaanaasana, Trikonaasana, Bhadrasana, Shashankaasana, Bhujangasana, Pawana Muktaasana, importance of these were explained simultaneously ,Yoga practices finally ended with Pranayama and meditation.

   Making the day more informative and sensational the school has kept some house competitions like Speech, Quiz and Drawing. The classes VI-VII group A and IX-XII group B participated in quiz and speech on the theme ‘An invaluable gift of India’s ancient tradition’. The primary students IV-V participated in drawing competition on the theme ‘Yoga and Daily Life’. The celebration was concluded with synchronized recitation of shlokas and shanti mantra.


World Environmental Day Observed - VKV Nirjuli

We are glad to inform you that VKV Nirjuli NSS Unit observed world Environment day. In school Assembly a speech was delivered by students of class X on the theme "Air pollution & importance of conservation of environment for future generations.
A plantation program was organised in which NSS volunteers actively participated. The program was initiated by Principal, VKV Nirjuli, Smt. KK Reena alongwith programme officer Sri. Sanjay Kumar Yadav.

School level Science Exhibition - VKV Nirjuli

VKV Nirjuli organized School level Science Exhibition on 14th November, 2018 with an Endeavour to promote interest in science and technology, providing exploratory experiences, encouraging problem solving approach, developing self-designed models through appropriate technologies. A total number of 261 models were exhibited based on the themes Agriculture and Organic Farming, Resource Management, Waste Management, Health and Cleanliness, Mathematical Modeling, and Transport and Communication. The magnificence of the programme was enhanced by the august presence of Dr. A Dinamani Singh, Associate Professor, Deptt. Of Electronics and Communication Engineering NERIST, Nirjuli, Dr. Ravikant Altekar,retired scientist,BARC, and Sri P. M Unnikrishnan ,Education Officer, VKVs APT . Addressing the children as the Chief Guest, Dr A Dinamani Singh expressed his happiness for conducting such programmes which provide a platform to ingrain interest and creative thinking of the children. The students explained the nature and the functions of their models during the interaction with the chief guest, who was one of the judges of the exbition and urged the students to practice and retain originality in thinking.

Swachata Hi Seva Observed - VKV Nirjuli

NSS Day Celebrated at VKV Nirjuli by NSS Unit with the theme "Swachata HI Seva"  Volunteers of Class XI-Arts have cleaned the school campus with great enthusiasm and marked the significance of the day


Every year Bose Institute organizes a hands-on training programme on Basic sciences for the school students of North-Eastern states of India during summer-vacation. The students from Sikkim as well as Darjeeling district also participated in this programme. Three students from classes XI - XII, along with one science teacher from each of the North-East states, participated in this program which was held for 15  day.

The main objective of this program is to give hands-on training to students on different aspects of Physical, Chemical and Biological sciences. Students' are encouraged to perform the experiments themselves, ask questions and take part in discussions. A one-day popular lecture programme, open for all the school students of Darjeeling, was also arranged on this occasion which was delivered by eminent scientists.