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Guru Purnima Celebrated - VKV Sher

Gurupurnima was celebrated in our school by including all the staff along with their family members. All the members assembled in our prayer hall at 5.00pm. One of our teachers Sri.Damber Kumar Timsina briefed the importance of the Gurupurnima followed by prayer, Bhajan on Guru, offering of flower and Prasad distribution.

At 6.00 pm to 7.00pm, we had a Swadhyaya on Guru in which all the teachers and warden were present .Programme was concluded with Shanti Mantra

National Youth Day Celebrated - VKV Sher

 National Youth Day was celebrated at VKV Sher in a befitting manner with almost all the parents and the students attending the event. The celebration was graced by Sri.Pema Norbu Thongchi the Special Secretary in the State Assembly who is also an alumnus of VKV Shergaon as its Chief Guest and Sri.Urgen Tenzing another alumnus of VKV Shergaon as its Special Guest. Unlike the previous years, this year the event was conducted in the basketball field. Different cultural activities by the students were part of the celebration.

The Principal In-Charge of the school Sri.M.R.Lalu welcomed the audience to the auspicious occasion of the birthday celebrations of Swami Vivekananda. In his address he urged the parents to wholeheartedly cooperate with the school management in its efforts to bring about maximum positive changes among their children. He accentuated the need of emulating the values that our ancestors have left behind and the importance of leading the younger generation to a meaningful life in a world wherein the youth get frequently dragged towards perilous western styles and thoughts. He was candid expressing his view on the role of parents and teachers in making the life of every single child.

Sri.Raju Mishra, a Techer of the Vidyalaya spoke on the importance of the day with an elaboration on Swamiji’s life.

The Chief Guest spoke extensively on issues that the present generation faces and the strategies that could work wonders with regard to give them proper guidance. He spoke about what not to do in a student’s life than focusing on what to do. Taking instances from his life, the Chief Guest could create lasting impressions among the parents and students as whatever he spoke reflected the truth of life. He was kind enough to visit the hostels and new school buildings. He became nostalgic throwing his memories back to his VKV days as he sat for the lunch with the teaching community here.

Annual Sports Meet Celebrated - VKV Sher

The school has conducted its Annual Sports Meet at the school campus on 23 and 24 December. Sri.Kume Kimo, Officer Commanding APP Kimin Station was the Chief Guest. Students and the staff members welcomed him at the school gate by offering him a grand reception. An Arathi and Tilak rituals were performed to welcome the guest. Students stood forming long welcoming line for the guest. The girls of the school were in the traditional Nishi attire. The Principal of the school Sri.M.R.Lalu formally welcomed the guest. He accentuated the need of children developing an attitude of sportsman in their lives as every sports person toils and squeezes his last ounce of energy to touch the bar of success. The School Supporting Group Chairman Sri.Tana Ram and its member Sri. Charu Sarbang were also present.

Sri.Kume Kimo the Chief Guest of the function was all positive and candid while appraising the energy and commitment of VKV teachers here. He advised the children to be magnanimous to everything and everyone around and pickup all the essential good qualities that they can find in others. He recalled his childhood being hardworking and dedicated to build his future.

The uniqueness of this year’s SPORTS MEET was that all the students and teachers together had lunch together in the open on the grassy fields. Every child had a winning attitude and the competitions went on ensuring maximum participation of the students.

Children's Day Celebrated - VKV Sher

This year VKV Sher had celebrated Children’s Day with pomp and gaiety. Unlike the previous years, the celebration was attended by all the members in the campus. The teachers, students, non-teaching staff and the family members of everyone together celebrated the day.

The school assembly was conducted as usual. The entire programme of the day was conducted in the Volleyball field. The celebration was inaugurated by the Principal. He had elaborated the importance of WALONG DAY which coincides with Children’s Day. He accentuated the importance of Walong Day for Arunachal and also highlighted the sacrifice made by the brave soldiers of our country in the battle against China. The whole speech mainly focused on family values and sankar.

 Followed by the inauguration was Mass Kendra Varg in which all the students, teachers and the family members attended. Sri.Raju Mishra, teacher told a beautiful story on moral upbringing of children. Sri.Vishnu.R, teacher taught them a new patriotic song. Sri. Raju Mishra, Sri.Sailendra Patowari, Sri.M.S Shastri, Sri.Balakrishnan and M.R.Lalu together conducted various Kendra games and yoga. Every child in the school had participated in the varg enthusiastically. The whole day went on with great patriotic flavor.

All the students including the day-scholars and the family members, teachers and other staff members had lunch together under the shady tree in the campus. The day had definitely left a lasting positive imprint in the minds of everyone.

INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY CELEBRATION AT VKV SHER

The Students and teachers of VKV Sher enthusiastically participated in the International Yoga day programme held in our school. An inspiring speech was given by Sri. M.S Shastri on the importance of world Yoga. There was Yoga demonstration by girls and boys separately which mesmerized the entire students. Sri. M.R Lalu explained the benefits of each Yoga to children. Yoga with Vandemataram was a demonstration by our girl students. Mass Surya Namaskar and PT drill was another attraction of our Yoga day programme in which total 245 students took part.