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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.

 

 One-Day workshop cum Training on “Herbarium Technique” - VKV Sher

A one-day workshop cum training on “Herbarium Technique was conducted on 5th June in collaboration with DBT-APSCS &T centre of Excellence for Bioresources and Sustainable Development ,Department of Science and Technology was conducted at Kamasiki, Kimin. A number of 20 selected students of classes 9 & 10 attended the program from our vidyalaya. The workshop was inaugurated by Shri.Likha Teji, ADC, Kimin. Shri.Joram Muthu,Officer on special duty, Director of Higher and technical education was the Resource Person. Dr.H.K.Dutta C.D, Director Remote Sensing APSCS&T was the chief guest of the program. A plantation drive by the guest and the students were followed.

A powerpoint Presentation on Herbarium preparation was taken by Ms.Lod Yama,Research Associate. After the presentation the students were taken to field visit. Following that the pressing of plants for herbarium was carried out by the scientists and students.

World Environmental Day Celebrated - VKV Sher

The World Environment Day was celebrated at VKV Sher on 5th June. The celebrations were held in collaboration with the ADC officer and the department of forest. Various plants were donated by the forest department and a plantation drive in the campus by the students and teachers followed.

In the morning assembly a speech was delivered by Kr.Puji Lalie of Class IX on the importance of the day. He expresses serious concerns on the damage that we cause to our planet mother earth. He also stressed upon the need of students becoming torchbearers of the conservation of forest.

Everybody agreed on the need of keeping the planet earth green for our future generations. By planting a plant today we are helping the earth to stay green for long.

 

Visit by HALO Society Members - VKV Sher

The representatives of HALO Society led by the Deputy Commissioner of Papumpare District Dr.Joram Beda visited VKV Sher on 01/06/2019. HALO Society is an NGO established by the alumni of VKVs in Arunachal Pradesh which takes up social services among the local populace. About 12 members including the DC are the alumni members of various VKVs and their purpose of visit was to support the school by providing it with five solar lamps with its accessories, RO water filter (wall fitting ) for teachers and six dustbins with lids and a  sum of Rs.100000/- was contributed to the school for solving the drinking water crisis.

The DC and the members of the society interacted with the students of classes X and IX in which they accentuated the need of students becoming more futuristic and positive about life. The DC provided the students with motivational ideas to become successful in their lives. It was a nostalgic moment for the members to have food with the students in the dining hall and roaming around the campus recalling the memories of their schooling. The members also promised the school to strengthen it with smart class equipments as early as possible.

Dr.Joram Beda, Er.Nabam Taga, Er.Tamchi Syam, Er.Ledo Thungon, Er.Pangu Waghe, Sri.Tabom Dai, Dr.Tumge Loyi, Sri.Pisa Kachi, Er.Nani Tade, Er.Hage Chatung, Er.Ngilyang Pumbo, Dr.Taru Tazung were the members

Matripuja Conducted - VKV Sher

On the fine day of 16th February, we conducted our matrupuja in a befitting way by bringing 46 parents out of 35 students of class X. The programme was organized in a systematic way without disturbing classes II to IX. At 10 am parents were brought in the prayer hall by their wards after washing their legs. The emotional attachment was visible there itself. The song of Sri. Mangesh Bhurse on Mother made the entire people in the hall to recall their own mother and their devotion, hard work etc. The speech of sri. Raju Mishra on the importance of matrupuja made the parents to know more about Indian values and the need of its preservation for the entire humanity. The rituals were performed by Sri. Krishna Kumar Mishra with high spiritual sanctity .The offering of the flowers on the mother’s feet and touching the head of the children by parents made both of them to weep. We could witness an interrupted speech of the children and parents during the feedback time due to sudden emotions . The event was over by 1.00PM with santimantra