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Dr Manaya Mena Visiting - VKV Sunpura

Dr Manaya Mena  graced the premises of VKV Sunpura  as a special guest to address the inmates of the school about her spiritual and transcendental journey as well as other important words with our students.

Dr. Manaya Mena is a former student of Tafrogam. Now, despite having a successful carrier as a scientist she devotes herself to the society by aiming to impart quality education. She herself runs 3 schools in different parts of Arunachal Pradesh –Roing &  Anini. For her success, she thanked her teachers from VKV and also mentioned that the prayers that she had learned helped her instilling positivity in her life. She encouraged the students of VKV Sunpura to pay heed to the spiritual energy within them. The power of prayers and mantra and self-awareness was harped on. She explained about the concept behind the celebration of Shiva Ratri. Dr. Manaya Mena spoke to the young girls about becoming an empowered individual. The students responded positively to the speaker. The teachers were instructed to teach the students about the meaning of the mantras, so, as to impart maximum benefits to this spiritual growth.

The programme was concluded with a vote of thanks by the Principal Smt. Raji R and lastly shanti mantra was chanted.

11TH SEPTEMBER 2020 - UNIVERSAL BROTHERHOOD DAY

The programme started from 9.30 am with welcome of the guests _ Sri. Bakrim Chikro, Member of SSG  and  2 other parents.  The following was the agenda of the programme.

  • Lighting of the lamp
  • Invocation prayer
  • Felicitation of Guest
  • Welcome address
  • Importance of the day
  • Speech by Chief Guest.
  • Group song by lady teachers & staff.
  • Refreshment
  • Vote of thanks
  • Shanti Mantra

 

Indigenous Faith Day Celebrated - VKV Sunpura

The Indigenous Faith Puja was performed on 08-07-2020. A group including 10 members from the Mishmi Culture and Faith Promotion Organisation from Tezu came to carry out the puja which was accompanied by Sri. Ashok Atale from Arunjyoti. The ritual  was performed nicely with the chanting of mantra and local bhajans. The puja was performed in the prayer hall. The place was decorated beautifully and the arrangement for the puja was made accordingly as informed by them.

  1. The Indigenous Faith Puja started at 12:00 pm with the lighting of the lamp by in charge Sri. Laishram Lokeshwar Singh, priest Sri. Soloi Ngadong, Sri. Bakrim Chickro and Sri. K.Ngadong along with three Omkaras and Eikyamantra.
  2. A welcome speech was delivered by Sri. Laishram Lokeshwar Singh.
  3. The priest was felicitated with a book of Swami Vivekananda.
  4. Sri. Jairam Yadav again briefly delivered a short speech about the importance of Guru Purnima and the importance of guru in our life.
  5. A speech on Indigenous Faith and culture about how they worship nature and how they have tried to protect their Indigenous faith was delivered by Sri. K. Ngadong.
  6. The ritual started with the chanting of mantras by the priest. He sprinkled some holy water on everyone and blessed us.
  7. A local bhajan was sung to praise the creator Aamik Matai.
  8. A secret thread which was blessed by the priest was tied on everyone’s wrist which was believed to protect us from all evils along with some prasads.
  9. The puja completed with another local bhajan.
  10. All the members of the Mishmi Culture and Faith promotion were felicitated by Sri. Laishram Lokeshwar Singh.
  11. Sri. Bakrim Chickro, chairman, school supporting member thanked all the members of the Mishmi culture and faith promotion for being a part of it and for making it successful. He also thanked the VKV Organisation for organising such puja through which they could preserve their faith and culture. He also suggested that such puja can be organised in the school when the students are back to school so that they can know more about their indigenous faith and culture.
  12. A flag of Aamik Matai which was blessed by the priest was put up in the prayer hall, hostel entrance and teacher’s quarter colony.
  13. A small refreshment and lunch was arranged by our school for all the members who were a part of the puja.

Guru Purnima Celebrated- VKV Sunpura

Guru Purnima was celebrated on 05-06-2020 in our school prayer hall with full enthusiasm. The place was decorated beautifully. Taking into account the situation at present it was celebrated with full precaution. The day was celebrated to make students and staff aware about our rich cultural heritage of ‘Guru Shishya Param Para’. It was celebrated to understand and realize the importance of guru in our life. Teachers, students and all other staffs along with their family were present during the programme. The head gaon bura of Sunpura circle Sri. Nidju Towang and Sri Bakrim Chickro were also present to attain the auspicious day. All the guru or we can say teachers were dedicated with beautiful bhajans and a speech.

  1. The Guru Purnima celebration started with the lighting of the lamp by principal in charge Sri. Laishram Lokeshwar Singh, Sri.Nidju Towang and Sri.Bakrim Chikro which was followed by a welcome speech by Su. Kiran Barla.
  2. The programme started with three Omkars and Eikyamantra. Sri Jairam Yadav delivered a speech on the significance of the day. He beautifully explained us about the importance of Guru in our life from the holy book “GEETA”
  3. Sri Mahesh Kumar Pandey chanted the Gurustotra and everyone closed our eyes in meditation.
  4. Two bhajans of guru were sung melodiously and then with Sarve Bhavantu to conclude the celebration of Gurupurnima.
  5. The programme concluded with the Kendra Prarthana.

At last we all took the blessings of our guru’s by offering flowers. It was a very nice celebration.

 

Prachodaya Shibir conducted - VKV Sunpura

One day  Prachodaya Shibir has been organised in Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya Sunpura from 8.30 am to  6.00 pm  in presence of Shri. Baburam Chaitomji member of School Supporting Group as a chief guest, Shri. Pradip Kumar Pandey CIC Lohit cluster and Shri. A Krishnan sir Principal VKV Roing. Total 68 students were participated including day scholars students of class IX and X. total 6 sessions were conducted on this occasion briefed as followed.

1) Session I (inaugural session)

     In this session there was the welcome address delivered by Principal Shri. Balaji N Waghmare in which he welcome the all invitees and felicitated all the guest with Gamchha and token of love. After this Smt. Anjani Rai teacher of our school highlighted the’ importance of Prachodaya for students” . She spoke about  the values infused by Kendra in students ommunity.Shri. Baburamji Chaitom advised students to follow and to obey their teachers. Have the respect for teacher and give the importance to the education.

2) Session II

    This session was taken by Shri. A Krishnan Sir the Principal of VKV Roing. In this session he Spoke on the topic “students of modern age; opportunity and challenge.” He addressed  to   the students about the modern electronic gadgets advantages and disadvantages. He also presented PPT slide on the given topic. He warned students against the danger of imitation of western culture. After this Shri. Pradip Kumar Pandey sir CIC of Lohit cluster addressed student on the given Topic ‘Kendra activities and its impact on the life of students of Arunachal Pradesh’. In his speech he emphasizes on the various activities taken by the Kendra for the welfare of Arunachalli people and students. He also reminded the main motto of Kendra i.e. Man  making and Nation Building. He added that Vivekanada Kendra is a purely spiritually oriented service mission which is imparting the moral values in the students to facilitate the preservation of our indigenous culture.

  1. Session III

This session was taken by the Shri. Lokeshor Singh mathematics teacher of Vivekananda   Kendra Vidyalaya Sunpura. He explained the geometrical Pythagoras theorem i.e. square    of the hypotenuse of right angle is equal to the sum of the square of the remaining two     sides side. For this he conducted paper activity in which he provided four colour papers to   each group. Students participated actively and enjoyed it. They proved The Pythagoras   theorem with this activity.  Another session was conducted by Su.Payal Sen on the allotted topic ‘effective communication through English language’. In this session she emphasized on the  importance of flawless spoken English. She stated that to improve the  spoken English in a better way and effective communication students should be able to   use mainly four skill i.e. listening, speaking, reading and writing. After this session lunch    break  was given.

  1. Session IV

      This session was conducted by Su. Kiran Barla (S.Studies Teacher) on the given topic ‘   career after class 10’ In this session she explained to the students regarding  career option after    class 10 very beautifully with the help of power point presentation. She stated the  various      career options for students in various subject stream such as arts, science and commerce. She also suggested all the students required skilled for the relevant career stream. She conducted the activity with the help of handout. This session was followed by the session of Smt. Ranjeeta Chanu science teacher who conducted the very interesting experiments of chemistry subject. Her experiment involved the pH of Acid, base and salt, chemical reaction of double decomposition and litmus test of the substances. She carried  the experiment of sodium sulphate and barium chloride.For another subject that is biology Shri. Balaji N Waghmare shown the video of small sized animals with special and wonderful adaptive features.

  1. Session- V (Krida Session) This session was taken by Shri. Ashokji Atle Purnkalin karyakarta who was introduced by the Shri. Jairam Yadav, the Sutra Sanchalak (anchor) of the Shibir.He conducted very nice games for all students. In this session all teachers were also participated.   All the teachers and students enjoyed this session.

      6.Session VI (concluding session)

In this session students were asked to share their experience of the Shibir. Two students one from class 9 (day scholar) and one from class 10 shared their wonderful experience   What they got during various session. They given positive feedback of the Prachodaya Shibir. After the sharing of experience Shri. Pradip Kumar Pandey Sir was asked to address for concluding speech. In his address he advised the students not to forget the  things what they learnt in all session. He also added that all the activities taken in all VKV  are very beneficial to all students. They need to use this in proper way.  Session was ended at 6.00 pm with Kendra Prayer.

 

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