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 - [email protected],
The leading educational institute in north eastern India.
Vivekananda Jayanti was celebrated at Vkv dibrugarh on 12 January
2015. Sri RupankarGoswami, Manager Rajgarh Tea Estate was the chief guest. He
said in his address that for building a strong nation students need to take
care of 3 important aspects. Time management, Service of mankind and care of
environment. Time is same for all of us. Grate people could do so many things
because of time management. Swamiji even in his short life of 39 years did
tremendous work. Our
life becomes meaningful if we offer service to other needy
people. This is the cream of Vedanta what swamiji has preached through out this
teaching s. Third and most important thing is about climate change. Truly
speaking climate has not changed we have changed. We need to be aware that our activities should
be causing least damage to
Sri Ravindranath Savdeykar, principal in the purpose
of the meeting narrated the objectives of Vivekananda kendra. Coming together
provides us an opportunity to tune ourselves once again with the nation
Other dignatories Dr. Sristidhardutta, rtd.dean Rajiv Gandhi
university, Itanagar, Smt. SriparnaBagchi, Dr. VasantBarve,Dr. MinakshiBarve
were also present in the meeting.
A cultural program was presented by the students of the vidyalaya.
Satriyanritya, bharatnatyam, creative dance, dholwadan received the
appreciation from the audience. Yoga demonstration was the best performance by
To mark the day cycle rally was also organised by Vkv dibrugarh in
the morning in the dibrugarh town. Total 300 students took part in it. Group of
students from various vidyalaya joined in it.
Sri B M Naidu, Vice
principal offered vote of thanks. Audience of more 1000 enjoyed the colourful
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