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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


An educational excursion was conducted by 10th ITBP Kimin for the students of boarder villages. It was inaugurated by Sri.Sanjeev Rana, IG, ITBP A HQ NEFTR, and Itanagar with the presence of other senior officers. 14 students were selected on the basis of academic excellence from class VII to IX. The excursion had started on 15th November 2018. On 15th the students were taken to ITBP Kimin HQ and attended various training activities.

The Excursion was flagged by Commandant 10th BN Sri.Sobhan Singh Rana. The students were visited many historical places, temples, parks and gardens including Jangal Safari at kajiranga National Park, Kamakhya Temple, Deejoo Tea Garden and Botanical garden at Guwahati and Itanagar. The students were visited Gumpa Mandir and Nehru Museum.

In Nehru Museum, children could observe different tribes having different culture and tradition. The excursion was accompanied by Sri. R Krishnamoorthy of VKV Sher and two officials from 10th ITBP who were responsible for taking care of the children and providing information about the spot visited and make arrangements for bordering, lodging, transport and site seeing.  The excursion was totally free of charge. The scheme was sponsored by ITBP, Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt of India. The ITBP had given track Suit, T-shirt, caps, water bottle and shoes.

During the impressive flag in ceremony Sri.Sanjeev Rana emphasised the need of this kind of excursion for the young minds of Arunachal Pradesh which shall motivate their mind. He interacted with children and asked various questions regarding the places had visited.

The children were very happy and excited and said that this excursion will have long lasting impact in their future. They never forget the information and enjoyment that they got during the excursion.

National Youth Day Celebration @ VKV Sher

The celebration of Swamiji Jayanti was exuberant in our school .The parents of our Vidyalaya, alumni members, well wishers and other guests witnessed a beautiful programme on the occasion of this celebration. The programme started at 9.30 am by the lighting of lamp by Smt. Koda Rakhi, CO, Kimin and Dr. B.N Sharma, Vice chancellor, Arunodaya University, Itanagar. Prize for inter VKV essay writing competition was given to Kr. Gocham Tarak by the Chief Guest. In her speech, Chief Guest quoted the words of Swami Vivekananda and explained how it can motivate the youths of India. She also asked the students to make swamiji as their hero. Our special guest Dr. B.N Sharma distributed books of Swami Vivekananda to parents and asked the class X children to get the book from school. He instructed the parents to devote certain time for the development of society and nation. After the inaugural session, there was a vivid cultural event took place by the students of different classes like Patriotic song, Patriotic Dance, Mime-swami Vivekananda etc. The programme was culminated with Shanti Mantra.

Talent Show Conducted - VKV Sher

The parents of VKV Sher from the classes II to V witnessed a talent show on 15/12/18 in the campus. The programme was on track at 10.00 am with the lighting of lamp by chief guest Smt. Chukku Taba ,CDPO, Kimin. There were various programmes like drama, mime,patriotic dance, rhymes etc which mesmerized the gathered parents. Kr. Ashutosh Mishra of class V spoke about swami Vivekananda and his life and message. The theme of the drama and mime were highly appreciated by the people. The Chief Guest in her speech focused on the mission of Vivekananda Kendra and asked the parents to support for it.  Sri. Tana Ram, SMC member of the school was also present throughout the programme. There were sixty four parents of primary classes to witness the programme.