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A Report of Vasant Panchami Celebration 2020

Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya Raga celebrated the festival of Vasant Panchami or Saraswati Puja with much fervour and enthusiasm. To mark the occasion, following were conducted:

  1. The programme started at 10 am positively. The importance of the Day was highlighted by Sri Abhishek Tiwari. He told the mythology the celebration of Saraswati Puja and its importance in the life of students.
  2. The Puja was performed by Sri Kailash Tiadi. He led the mantras and followed by the students and the teachers.
  3. Then followed the Saraswati Bhajans by Students.
  4. Finally, Saraswati Mata Aarati was sung led by Sri Abhishek Tiwari and followed. Tika was put on the foreheads of all.
  5. To conclude the celebration, finally Principal addressed the students and blessed all. He motivated the students to make a promise to themselves that from that day onwards, they will concentrate all their attention in their studies. He specially wished best of luck to the students of classes V & VIII who are going to appear in the APSB Examination w. e. f. 12th
  6. Then Prasadam (Porridge, prepared by Bhaiya) was served to all. Children looked happy and satisfied.

A Report of Republic Day Celebration

VKV Raga celebrated 71st Republic Day in a befitting manner. A total of three programmes were conducted to mark the important National Festival:

  1. Prabhat Pherry: A prabhat pherry was started exactly at 6:30 am from school to Yada Market and back to school again. All students from classes III – VIII took part in the procession.
  2. Unfurling of Tricolour at School: After the procession was over and the students returned to school, the Tricolour was unfurled by the school Principal Sri Trilochan Goutam in front of the Prayer Hall at 7:00 am followed by National Anthem. He also gave a short speech. He spoke about the sacrifice made by our freedom fighters and revolutionaries for gaining freedom from the alien rule. He further highlighted the efforts of the Constituent Assembly headed by Sri BR Ambedkar in preparing the Constitution. He asked the students to do something for the Mother India so that they can bring fame and glory to their parents, society, state as well as for the nation. Sweets were distributed to all.
  3. Participation at General Programme: The school also participated in the General Programme organised by the District Administration. A total of five groups of students took active participation:
  • Band Troup: Boys
  • March Past Troup : Boys
  • March Past Troup: Girls
  • PT Display: Boys and Girls
  • Science Exhibition: By VI – VIII Students

The DC, Kamle, Sri Moki Loyi was the chief guest while other important officials like SP, DDSE, HoDs of different deptts etc. were also present.

Parents Meet Conducted - VKV Raga

A Parents’ Meet for the parents of classes V & VIII was conducted today, i. e, 14th Jan. 2020 from 12:30 pm onwards. The meeting was conducted to discuss important points regarding the State Board Examination 2020 for the classes V and VIII and other school related issues.

 The meeting started with three Omkaras and the holy chant of Om Sahanavavatu....It was followed by the School Patriotic song for the session 2019-20: DESH HAME DETA HAI SAB KUCH, HAM BHI TO KUCH DENA SIKHEN.. led by Class VIII girls and followed by all. Sri Kailash Chandra Tiadi, welcomed all and requested the parents to stay till the end of the programme. It was then followed by Result summary anf feedback of the recently held Periodic Test II. The class teachers of Classes V and VIII, Smti Priyanka Tiwari and Sri Rajiv Muang presented the result summaries and overall feedback of their respective students taking into consideration academic performance, attendance and participation in school programmes. It was now the turn for the parents to share their experiences and suggestions with respect to their ward. Three parents shared their experiences:

  • Sri Rotom Tuluk, Hostel Warden of Private Hostel: He gave the report of all the hostellers of his hostel. He reported their performance in the Periodic Test II and requested the other parents to come to the school and hostel to enquire about the progress from time to time. He further added that the performance of Classes I – V is better than that of Classes VI – VIII. He also praised the committed work of the school authority in trying to improve the academic performance of the students. He concluded by saying that the school is doing its best for preparing the students for State Board Exam and all parents must know all about it before their children sit in the said Exam. He thanked the school for conducting this parents meeting.
  • Sri Loyom Taba, F/O Kr. Yomnu Taba, V: Being a teacher himself of a Govt. Primary School, he explained in detail about the new State Board Exam for Classes V and VIII and asked the parents to pay special attention to their wards as less than a month is remaining for the exam. Praising the efforts of VKV Raga in this aspect, he said that the school authority is going in the right direction, as he has observed. He request the school authority to conduct re – exam for those students who do not qualify in the final examination. But, he said, some parents are unaware of the new system and later complain to the school. He further requested all parents to be in touch with the school and must come to such parents meeting whenever called.
  • Smti Yami Golom, M/O Km. Nanicoli Golom, VIII: She was very sad at the performance of Class VIII in general and her daughter in particular. She requested the principal to conduct remedial classes for these two classes in Maths especially so that the performance can be improved in the annual exam. She encouraged the present children to work hard and ask their doubts to the teachers so that a better outcome is obtained. Only then, they can give happiness to their parents as well as to the school staff. 

Finally, Principal Sri Trilochan Goutam addressed the parents and responded to their queries. He stressed the following points:

  • Remedial coaching in Maths would be started from the next day for Classes V and VIII. All parents were requested to send their children to these classes.
  • He expressed his concern at the low attendance of some students and asked the parents to pay special attention to it and send the children regularly.
  • Parents should come to the school frequently to enquire about the progress of their wards.
  • He also requested all parents to submit the State board Exam Fee of Rs. 750 each student to the school as soon as possible.
  • Information regarding non- admission for Boys in VKV Sher hostel was also given to the parents of Class VIII while the procedure for girls’ admission would be as usual. However, boys can approach VKVs Vivek Vihar, Nirjuli and Chimpu for admission in Class IX if they get accommodation in the Private Hostels. So all parents were asked to look into the study of their children for this month so that they can score good marks to get admission in good schools.
  • The parents were also informed about the New Admission for the session 2020-21 and were asked to inform their friends and relatives about the same.
  • All students were motivated to study hard and bring good marks in the upcoming exam.

Then the Principal offered vote of thanks to all present and hoped that the same kind of attendance and support would be expected from the parents in the future. He further requested all parents to have strict vigilance on the study of their children in this month so that a better result is obtained for all.  Before concluding, Km. Madhuri Baitha, the anchor, shared a story of how an earthen pot can erode a stone if kept on it for a long time. The story is related to the life of Acharya Panini, the greatest Sanskrit Scholar. Through this, the students were motivated to work hard and follow the maxim of the tortoise who defeated the hare in a race. Finally, the meeting was concluded with Shantimantra at 2:00 pm.

After the formal meeting ended, an OPEN HOUSE was also kept in which all parents went through the answer sheets of their respective children in the second periodic test. They all promised to look into the study matter of their children. The OPEN HOUSE concluded at 2:30 pm.  

National Youth Day Celebrated - VKV Raga

VKVs are known in the country for their man – making and nation – building education. A variety of programmes, academic and non – academic form the core of educational structure of the Vidyalayas. One of the most important celebrations of the schools is the Samartha Bharat Parva that culminates with Swami Vivekananda Jayanti.

VKV Raga celebrated the event in a magnetic way. Following are the details of these celebrations:

  1. Samarth Bharat Parva: The Parva started from 25th Dec 2019. Though it was a holiday, all the teaching staff along with family members, organised a flowers offering programme on the feet of Bharat Mata. Then after evening prayer, a Swadhyay was conducted for the teaching staff on the topic “Contribution of India to the World” by the Principal Sri Trilochan Goutam. Some of the points discussed in the Swadhyay are the following contributions of India to the World:
  • Concept of Zero to mathematical calculations.
  • Ayurveda and Yoga.
  • The first University of the world: Takshashila Viswavidyalaya
  • The games of Chess and Snakes and Ladders etc.
  • Formulae and identities of Trigonometry.

Then, from the next day onwards, that is 26th Dec, 2019 the students of classes VI – VIII presented seminars on the various topics related to India’s contribution to the world. The seminar presentation was House wise. So a total of 8 papers were presented in the morning assembly. Besides this, the students of classes IV – V presented poem recitation in the assembly. The poems were all written by Indian poets only. And, in this celebration, the teachers too participated. They spoke on the topics like Contributions of Eminent Personalities such as Freedom Fighter, Scientists, social activists etc. The 18 – days long celebration of the Parva was very fruitful and full of wisdom. The celebration culminated with Swami Vivekananda Jayanti on 12 Jan 2020.

  1. Swami Vivekananda Jayanti cum National Youth Day: Swami Vivekananda Jayanti was celebrated in an even more enthusiastic and befitting way by the school. Week long preparations were carried out to make the celebration perfect. A total of two special programmes were conducted:
  • General Exhibition: As suggested by Sri S. Muralidharan Sir, we conducted a General Exhibition on various topics like English, Hindi, Sanskrit, Mathematics, Science, Social Science, Games and Sports, Disaster Management, etc. The models and charts were prepared by the students of classes IV – VIII. It was very attractive for the parents and the Chief Guest. They were very happy to see it and praised the works of our students.
  • Talent Show: After the general exhibition was over, a talent show was presented by the tiny kids of Classes I – III. The talent show started with the welcome song, “ Desh Hame Deta Hai Sab Kuchh, Hum Bhi To kuchh Dena Sikhen...” and concluded with the Bharat Mata Arati. The show was very much liked by the parents as their small kids acted in Ganesha Dance, Fancy Dress Display, Mime, Rhymes, Action Songs, Local Traditional Dance, GK Presentation, etc.  The talent show went on for more than 2 hours but the parents and well wishers were not contented. They wished that more and more such programmes by kids should be conducted frequently by the school.

The celebration was very successful and encouraging to our children. The Chief Guest was Sri C. Chukhu, APCS, Additional Deputy Commissioner, Kamle District. He was very happy to be a part of the celebration as he joined office on Dec. 2 2019. In his short speech, he exhorted the children to go for more and more such activities. Quoting Swamiji’s thought, ‘Each soul is potentially divine,’ he said that the work of teachers and parents is to create such environment so that they can manifest this divinity.  He also related some incidents from his student life and told how he faced obstacles in getting good education during those days when good schools and colleges were not available at that time. Praising the work of VKVs in the state, he advised the parents to extend full support and cooperation to the school in times of need. Not only that, he expressed unhappiness at the way Raga public keep the town and its surroundings. He said that the Town area is dirty and needs to be cleaned by the residents from time to time. He also interacted with the teaching staff and said that whatever help the school needs from the administration, he would be happy to render.

Sadgamaya Shibir Celebrated - VKV Raga

VKVs are not only known for quality education, but also for conducting many value based shibirs and camps. These shibirs help the participants in developing their personality by inculcating values in them. One of these shibirs is the Sadgamaya Shibir, which is conducted for Class VII day scholars of VKVs and Class VI – VIII students of other schools. VKV Raga conducted the shibir from 23 to 25 November 2019. A total of 35 students participated out of which 21 were from VKV Raga and the remaining were from other schools.

The participants reported on 23 November at 4 – 5 pm and departed after the camp was over on 25 Nov 2019 at 4 pm. Next day, that is 24 Nov, the first session was inaugural session. The inaugural session was presided over by Smti Ebasi Maga, Alumnus of VKV Tafrogam, 1997 batch (Class X). In her short speech, she recalled the days of her hostel life and how the dedicated teachers used to teach the students. She added that whatever she is today, it is because she got education in VKV. She is presently serving in a Govt. Middle School, Dokum, 5 Kms away from Raga Town. She motivated the participants to learn maximum from the sessions in the coming two days and then report these things to their parents and friends so that all should know the work of Vivekananda Kendra.

 During these 3 days’ camp, a variety of sessions were conducted besides Geet, Games and sports, Prerana se punaruthhan etc. The different topics taken up during these sessions by our teachers are as follows:

  • Personality Development: Sri Sanju Gurung
  • Sach aur Jhooth kaa Mukablaa (Story of Raja Harishchandra): Sri Kailash Chandra Tiadi
  • Tradition and culture of Arunachal Pradesh: Sri Rajiv Muang
  • Pariksha De Haste Haste: Smti Priyanka Tiwari
  • Time Management: Sri Durga Bahadur Sonar
  • Vivekananda Kendra and its work: Sri Abhishek Tiwari
  • Vedic Mathematics: Sri Lokiodor Taye
  • Contribution of India in the field of Science and Technology: Sri Om Prakash Upadhyaya

Besides these sessions, following sessions were also the major attractions in the camp:

  • Geets and Patriotic Songs: Sri Om Prakash Upadhaya and Sri Abhishek Tiwari
  • Prerana se Punaruthhan: Sri Trilochan Goutam and Su. Rashmi Rekha Das
  • Yoga and Games and Sports: Su. Rashmi Rekha Das

Apart from these, competitions were also conducted in Debate and Group discussion, written quiz, games etc.

The concluding session was conducted on 25 Nov at 2: 30 pm, in which camp report was presented by Su Madhuri Baitha. The prizes for best camp participants, best diary writer, best group, best volleyball player and winners of competitions were distributed. Students shared their experiences and seemed very happy to be a part of such camps. A photo session was also done after the camp concluded at 4: 00 pm. The attendance details are: 

The overall feedback received from the students as well as the parents was very positive and encouraging. They all liked the camp and said that such camps bring remarkable changes in the life of the participants. The entire team of VKV Raga worked hard to make this shibir successful. We are ready to work for the betterment of our students in particular and the society in general.