Vivekananda Path, East Chowkidinghee, Dibrugarh, 786001, Assam, India.
Affiliated to CBSE, New Delhi.
Affiliation No. 230015.
School No. 35100.
Telephone No. 0373 - 2324326, Email ID - firstname.lastname@example.org,
The leading educational institute in north eastern India.
Rashtriya Ekta Divas 2014
The Chief Guest is lighting the lamp
Rashtriya Ekta Divas was
celebrated in our school on 31st of October, 2014, on the occasion
of birth anniversary of
SardarVallabhbhai Patel , The Iron Man of India. The motto of the programme was
to foster national unity and integrity safety and security amongst all our
children in the schooling years so that every child appreciates these values in
their lives. To mark the celebration on Pan India basis, 350 centres were
selected all over India and of the 12 centres of Assam, Vivekananda Kendra
Vidyalaya, Dibrugarh is the only centre in upper Assam. Along with Vivekananda
Kendra Vidyalaya, Sampoorna Kendra Vidyalaya, Naliapool Bengali High School,
NandeswarChakrabortyHigh School and Shree
Agrasen Academy participated actively. The programme started at 9:30 a.m
and continued for five hours concluding at 2:30p.m.
The debate competition.
The Chief Guest Dr. Shristidhar Dutta, Retired professor & Head of the
Department of History; Dean and Faculty of Social Science , Rajiv Gandhi
University, Itanagar flagged off the
‘Run For Unity’. The main programme started
with mangalacharan. Address of welcome was by the Principal of the
school, Sri Ravindranath D. Savdeykar
followed by the felicitation of the Chief Guest. A small cultural programme was
organised by the students participating
school. The chief guest delivered the significance of the day Dr. Dutta focused
on the importance of National Unity and the relevance of SardarVallabhbhai Patel’s action and word in
uniting the people of India. The National Unity Day Pledge was taken by all the
students, teachers and parents.
The poster making competition
A Poster Making competition with the theme
‘Unity in Diversity’ and ‘Swach Bharat’ was organized. A Debate competition on
topic ‘television and Movies influence kids more than their parents and
teachers was also organized for students of classes 8 to 10.
ShriAmbarishBhattachrarjee, Teacher, Marwari Hindi High School, Dibrugarh, and
Teacher of Fine Arts, SaraswatiChitra Kala Niketan, Dibrugarh acted as judge in Poster Making competition.
Dr. RanjitSinha, Professor, Department of Political Science, Dibru College was
the speaker in the debate competition. Renowned judges like Smt. AnjuBorkotoky,
Subject Teacher, Department of English, Moran Higher Secondary School; Dr.
Jaswant Singh, Professor, Department of Anthropology, Dibru College, Dibrugarh;
Smt. Indrani Dasgupta, Professor, Department of Education, M.D.K. Girls College,
Dibrugarh. 97 students participated in
the poster making competition and 18 students participated in the debate
competition.The participation of the students, irrespective of their boards was
encouraging, which showed their enthusiasm and sends an important message of
unity in sustaining any work. A total no. of 743 participants including staff,
parents and well-wishers graced the celebration. The Principal of the school
thanked all the participants for the success of the programme.
Janmasthami Celebration 24th August, 2019 In order
to celebrate the birthday of Lord Krishna, Janmasthami celebration was
organized in our Vidyalaya premises on 24th August, 2019. The
birthday of Lord Krishna was celebrated with great devotion and enthusiasm on
this day. Beautiful decorations were put up to make the event more cheerful and
colourful. A splendid program was organized by the children and the staff of
the Vidyalaya, where students presented lokageet, bhajans, sur samalay and a
short skit on “Sishu Krishna”.
The students enthusiastically enacted the skit
and the audience cheered and rocked with laughter. Our Vice Principal Sir, Sri
R. M. Thakre welcomed the Chief Guest, parents and students on the occasion. An
awareness on Janmasthami, the mythological stories on Krishna, Radha, Kansa
were narrated along with the significance of the day by our Hon. Chief Guest
Dr. Mousumi Dutta, Prof., Dept. of Assamese, Dibru College, Dibrugarh. Dr.
Kunjalata Deori, Retired Professor &…
a school holiday on Sunday, VKV Dibrugarh celebrated the death anniversary
(punya tithi or Tirobhav) of Srimanta Sankardev a day before the actual tithi
i.e on 31st August, 2019 in the Vidyalaya campus. As has been the tradition year after year, all the students and
teachers gathered together and began the celebration with the daily prayer. Our
senior most teacher Smt. Rajkumari Sharma didi welcomed our chief guest Su. Meera
Kulkarni didi, Assam Pranth Sanghatak, Vivekananda Kendra Kanyakumari . After
her felicitation a group of students performed “Gayan-Bayan” (a traditional
performance of the Vaishnav Sattriya tradition) in praise of Srimanta
Sankardev. The singer is called ‘gayan’ and the instrument players are called
‘bayan’. Su. Meera Didi gave a speech on the significance of the day in which
she described Sankardev’s life, his works and teachings. His great works
include a devotional poem “Karatala Kamala Kamala Dala Nayana” (Thy p…
ORIENTATION CAMP 2014 FOR NEWLY JOINED TEACHERS
An induction camp was organised for
new teachers in VKV Dibrugarh for three days starting from 20th
March 2014 to 23rd March
2014 . 64 Teachers from different VKV
Vidyalayas attended the Camp. The Camp Members followed regular routine from
6am to 9.30 pm with several activites
like Pratahsmaran,Yogabhysa, various Satras by experts Kridayoga,Bhajan Sandhya
etc. They were given a brief idea on the life and messages of Swami
Vivekananda , his dream of Man Making and Nation Building , the story behind
building of the Rock Memorial and classes on teaching techniques and