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Report on Celebration of Ganesh Chaturthi

Venue

Inspire Hall, VKV, Ziro

Date and Time

22.08.2020, 11.00 AM – 1.30 PM AND 6.00 PM – 6.40 PM

23.08.2020, 8.40 AM – 9.20 AM and 6.00 PM – 6.40 PM

24.08.2020, 9.00 AM – 9.45 AM and 3.00 PM – 5.30 PM

Attendance

45 Participants [10 Teachers + 15 Non-teaching Staff + 6 Family members of Non-Teaching Staff + 2 Family members of Teaching Staff + 12 Children of Staff]

Puja Proceedings

·         Invocation

·         Welcome Address

·         Importance of the Day by Kr. Amit Paswan, Class-IX

-          Sri Ganesha’s Birth Anniversary

-          11 Days of celebration

-          Role of Bala Gangadhar Tilak in this celebration

-          Why is he elephant-headed?

-          Remover of obstacles

-          Importance of Sri Ganesha in India

·         Bhajans by Teachers and Students on Sri Ganesha

-          04 Bhajans

-          Boys – 01

-          Girls – 01

-          Teacher – 01

-          Sri. Amod Paswan – 01

·         Aashirvachan by The Principal

o   Sri Ganesh Chaturthi

-          Celebration unites people

-          Culture is the identity of India

-          India is the land of festivals

-          Symbolic expressions of various parts of Sri Ganesha

-          Why Sri Ganesha is the First God of worship?

-          Life of Sri Ganesha

-          Contributions of Sri Ganesha to the world

-          God blesses those who work hard and do good to others

o   Maa. Eknathji’s Punyathithi

-          Briefed about his life history

-          Briefing on his contributions

-          Vivekananda Rock Memorial – Why and How?

-          Vivekananda Kendra – Why and How?

-          Maa. Eknathji is a Rishi – Why and How?

-          Work is worship

·         Pushpa Arpanam by all

·         Prasad Distribution

·          Shanti Mantra

Ganesha Idol Vishrajan

·         Vishrajan was performed on 24.08.2020 from 3.00 PM to 5.30 PM

·         All staff and their family members took part

Report on 74th Independence Day Celebrations – 2020

VKV, Ziro has celebrated 74th Independence Day with lots of enthusiasm, pomp and gaiety with the national fervour. The Tricolour was unfurled at 7.00 AM in the school premises followed with a brief deliberation on the meaning of Freedom and One Nation by the Principal. The team of National Anthem along with Prize winners joined the celebrations by the District Administration at Dani Kuniya Government Higher Secondary School General Stadium, Hapoli for further participation in the District Head Quarter celebrations. There was National Anthem presented by the 5 teachers of VKV, Ziro by vocal while unfurling the Tiranga. After the Independence Day speech delivered by the Chief Guest, Hon’ble Minister Er. Tage Taki, Minister for Agriculture, Horticulture, Fisheries and Animal Husbandry, Government of Arunachal Pradesh, there were prize distributions and welfare scheme proceedings.

In the prize distribution ceremony, our students and teacher have also earned glories by winning three prizes. We have secured prizes in Open-to-all Competitions on “International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking” organized by the Superintendent of Police, APP, Lower Subansiri District, Ziro. They organized theme-based competitions on three different fields viz.

  1. Drawing Competition
  2. Essay Writing Competition
  3. Slogan Writing Competition

We have secured the following prizes. The details are

COMPETITION

POSITION

WINNER

TYPE OF COMPETITION

Essay Writing Competition

First

Km. ANUSKA JAISHI,

Class-IX, VKV, Ziro

Open to All

Slogan Writing Competition

First

Sri. K JAISANKAR,

Principal, VKV, Ziro

Open to All

Slogan Writing Competition

Second

Km. TARU A. CHOCHONG, Class-VI, VKV, Ziro

Open to All

The colourful and controlled program was witnessed by the dignitaries viz. DC, SP, DFO, Directors of all Departments, etc., public leaders, HODs of all departments, personals from CRPF, APP, ITBP, BRO, etc., teaching fraternities of different schools, Gaon Buras and Gaon Buris of Ziro Plateau and members of all sections of communities, etc. with proper Social Distancing as per SOP of Government of Arunachal Pradesh. There is a hitch in our heart as there are no students with us. However, the awesome experience from the celebrations has given us the boost to more in the years to come.

Report on Celebration of Sree Krishna Janmashtami

Venue

Inspire Hall, VKV, Ziro

Date and Time

12.08.2020, 09.00 AM – 11.00 PM

Attendance

54 Participants [15 Teachers + 15 Non-teaching Staff + 6 Family members of Non-Teaching Staff + 18 Children of Staff]

Puja Proceedings

·         Invocation

·         Welcome Address

·         Importance of the Day

-          Birth of Sri Krishna

-          How was He escaped from jail to Gokulam?

-          Briefing on Sree Krishna Leela

·         Bhajans by Teachers on Sree Krishna

-          04 Bhajans on Lead-and-Follow

·         Aashirvachan by The Principal

-          Celebration unites people

-          Culture is the identity of India

-          India is the land of festivals

-          Sri Krishna – Happiness/Good health/Peace

-          Life of Sri Krishna

-          Contributions of Sri Krishna to the world

-          Messages from Sri Krishna

·         Pushpa Arpanam by all

·         Prasad Distribution

·          Shanti Mantra

 

71st Vanamahotsava Celebrations and  Mass Tree Plantation Programme Conducted - VKV Ziro

 

 

 

Organized By:   Department of Forest and Environment, Ziro Division, Government of Arunachal Pradesh, Ziro   jointly with    Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya, Ziro

Dignitaries Attended:    Swetika Sachen, IAS,

                                  Deputy Commissioner,

                                  Lower Subansiri District,

                                  Government of Arunachal Pradesh, Ziro.

                             2. Hemant Kumar Tiwari, IPS,

                                  Superintendent of Police,

                                  Arunachal Pradesh Police,

                                  Lower Subansiri District,

                                 Government of Arunachal Pradesh, Ziro.

                              3. Abhinav Kumar, IFS,

                                Divisional Forest Officer,

                                 Lower Subansiri District,

                                 Ziro Division,

                                  Government of Arunachal Pradesh, Ziro.

                               4.Hage Tatum,

                                Director,

                               Department of Sericulture,

                                Lower Subansiri District,

                               Government of Arunachal Pradesh, Ziro.

                               5.Dusu Oyan,

                                Range Forest Officer,

                               Lower Subansiri District,

                               Ziro Division,

                               Government of Arunachal Pradesh, Ziro.

Work Group:     

  1. Staff of Department of Forest and Environment, Ziro Division, Government of Arunachal Pradesh, Ziro.
  1. VKV Alumni (12 Youths, who are all from Ziro and proud Alumni of VKVs, Ziro, Irtanagar, Sher and Jairampur) Staff of VKV, Ziro

Mass Tree Plantation:

By All

There are 100 plants of Deodar (Cedrus deodara),  Cryptomaria (Cryptomaria japonica) and Semo  (Serassus cerosoides).  Of which, first two are avenue tree species and the third one is a fruit yielding species.

 

Fitness Week Celebration - VKV Ziro

VIVEKANANDA KENDRA VIDYALAYA, Ziro in compliance with the CBSE initiated “FIT INDIA MOVEMENT” conducted several activities to celebrate the ‘Fitness Week’ in the school.

Following are the day wise activities and tasks organized by the school in this regard:

Day 1: Yoga Session

  1. We initiated the programme by conducting yoga session for the young children from classes VI,VII and IX. To start with. Rajendra S Patil, ( PET )demonstrated various asanas like Bhujanga Asana, Chakrasana, Surya Namaskar etc. followed by ‘omkar chanting’. The students were made aware of various benefits of these asanas for both mind and body which include flexibility, strength, stress relief and cure of many life style diseases. The Yoga teachers encouraged the children to make yoga an integral part of their daily lives.

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