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 School level Science Exhibition Conducted - VKV Roing

Name of Activity                 School level Science Exhibition
Date                                 30/11/2018
No of Models                     100 ( Working and Still)
No of participants               281
Inaugurated by                  Sri. Ibi Mepo, Msc(Hort) Entrepreneur cum Ex VKVian
Other schools visited         Govt. ME School, New Colony.

Vivek Inspire - VKV Roing

Smt. Sonal Prabhu(Camp Co ordinator), Sri. Rushikesh Mali and Sri. Sanket Sonawane from Jyana Probodhini reached VKV Roing on   4/08/2018 at 4.30 pm. The Participant students reported on 5/8/2018 by evening. The camp Commenced from 6.00 Pm. It started with Ice breaking session. The escorts were sri. S.Baskaran( AML), Sri. Putul Dutta (Ksg), Sri.Somnath Das( JRP), Su. Sonia Taye (SNP), Su.Dhan Konwar (TFG), Sri. Mrityunjay Mishra (RNG), Su.Satapti Rai/ Sri. Amit Dey( TZU). Out of the above only two were the original mentors..Sri. S.Baskaran and Sri. Mrityunjay Mishra were the mentors and the rest are escorts.The instructions given to the escorts and Mentors to involve themselves in all the activities. This time they have taken classes as under.

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Sri.Mrityunjay Mishra



Coding and Decoding





Albhabet and number series,Foldscope activity.


Sri.Putul Dutta



Story telling


Sri. Somnath Das



Map reading


Su. Dhan Kunwar



Venn Diagram.

Other activities conducted: GMAT, Individual and Groupwise observation, Activity corner, Storytelling etc.

The escort teachers are asked to send individual report to EO after reaching their respective schools.

Total Participants =34(Girls 13 and Boys 21)

International Yoga Day - VKV Roing

Number of participants- Boys-458, Girls-245
Total number of teachers participated- 26.

  DST Inspire Camp - VKV Roing

Department of Science and Technology (DST), Govt Of India had collaborated with Arunachal University of Studies (AUS) to organise an ‘Inspire Internship Science Camp’ on 1st - 5th February at Namsai, Arunachal Pradesh. The camp was especially for higher secondary classes to apprise them of possible future prospects in science stream. Various fields of science had been vividly depicted by eminent dignitaries from reputed educational and research institutions of our country.

The schedule comprised of two paper presentations and one and half hour laboratory practical. A very thoughtful step had been taken towards encouraging students towards study of sciences.

After the inaugural session on 1st Feb, Prof. A. Arunachalam, Principal Scientist of Krishi Bhawan, New Delhi had presented a paper on Agricultural Sciences in which he emphasised on the proper utilisation of genetically modified seeds in farming and thereby contributing to farmer’s welfare during the challenges faced due to climatic changes. Prof. Kusum Arunachalam, School of Environment &Natural Resources, Doon University, Dehradun had presented a paper on environmental sciences and explained how steps were taken to utilise algae to form bio-fuel as sustainable energy resource.

Prof. J. N. Sarma, retired professor of geology, Dibrugarh University had presented an outstanding research paper on morphology of the mighty Brahmaputra. Dr. Amrit Barbora, Citrus Research Station, Tinsukia had presented a paper on food technology and discussed about various research prospects in the field of agriculture.

Prof. Jayanta Lashkar, Dept. of Geological Sciences, Guwahati University had explained basic concepts of earth sciences and their role in prosperity of a civilization. Prof. Sreemoyee Bora, Dept. of Mathematics, IIT Guwahati had wonderfully presented how maths is present everywhere if seen with a keen eye of calculation and logic.

Prof. Sidananda Sarma, Dept. of Physics, IIT Guwahati had given a demonstration of application of basic concept of Physics thereby creating great enthusiasm and interest. Dr. Manish Kanwat, Krishi Vigyan Kendra (ICAR), Hayuliang presented a paper on Agriculture Sciences and Dr. Shilpa Pandey, Birbal Sahni Institute of Paleosciences, Lucknow had presented a paper on Paleobotany. Mr. Dhruvajyoti Adhikari, Dept. of Computer Sciences had explained few recent developments of computer sciences.

Approximately 200 students from six different schools had actively participated in the camp. From VKV Roing 31 children of std 11 had participated. Children were awarded certificates for their enthusiastic participation in all the activities and practical classes.


Utsarg & Matri pooja - VKV Roing

Inauguration: Mrs. Mitali Namchoom IAS, Dy. Commissioner, Roing
Sessions      :1. Dr. Manaya Mena, Educational Entrepreneur cum Social Worker and Ex VKVian
                   2. Dr. Mite Linggi, EX VKVian- (Valedictory)
                   3. Col. K. A. Ayyup, Officer Commanding, BRO, Roing
Subject classes: Mrs. Reena K K( English), Sri. Anup Yadav( Hindi), Miss. Aprajita Tiwari (Mathematics), Sri. Shanmugan (Social Science), Sri.A.Krishnan(Chemistry), Sri. T.Ravi (Physics), Sri. K.Jaisankar (Biology)
DC advised the students about the preparation for board exams, Dr. Manaya Mena talked about the role of youth in making the ideal soceity, Dr. Mite Linggi on Education beyond job seeking, Col Ayyup on various entries in Indian Army through PPT.
Vande mataram - Sri. K.Sumithran and other staff members.
Sri. P.K.Pandeyji, Cluster incharge (Tirap and Lohit) was present through out the samaroh and guided the school in successful conducting.
Matri pooja was held on 8/2/2018. Sri. R.Krishna Kumar, VKVAPT conducted the programme- 56 students attended along with their mothers.