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.
NCC CATC – 1 Camp held at JNV Moran (10th to 18th
May, 2016) Six students (girls) of Class IX of our Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya , Dibrugarh participated under the guidance of Sri Prasanta Kr. Nath, 3rd
Officer, NCC, and teacher of our Vidyalaya. Achievement of our students: 1. Group Dance: First Prize 1) Kum. Astha Bora 2) Kum.
Lupamudra Das 2. Speech
Competition: 1) First Prize: Kum. Swastika Sarmah 2) Third Prize: Kum. Murchanna Baruah 3. Art
Competition: First Prize 1) Kum. Swastika Sarmah 4. Solo Song: First Prize 1) Kum. Swastika Sarmah 5. Anchoring/
Host Competition: First Prize 1) Kum.Swastika Sarmah 6. Best cadet of
the Camp :
CAREER COUNSELLING PROGRAMME A career awareness cum counselling programme was organised by Akhil Bharatiya Marwari Yuva Manch on 16th May, 2016 (Monday). 20 students from Class X of our Vidyalaya participated in the programme. The Resource Person Sri Veera who conducted the programme. He started the programme with Brain Storming Season and asked few questions from the students. Then he started to ask students individually what they want to do in future and which stream they want to join. As he cleared various confusions of the students and told about various professions, how to join them and pass the competative exam.
GANIT PRAGYAN PARIKSHA, 2016 Ganit Pragyan Pariksha, 2016 was organised by Vivekananda Kendra Shiksha Prasar Vibhag (VKSPV), Guwahati at 19 VKV's on 17th February, 2016 for Class VI students. Total no. of students registered were 848 where 793 students appeared. No. of VKSPV rankers are 312. This exam was conducted to see the analytical ability in Mathematics by the students. The full marks for the paper was 100. The marks distribution of the exam was Algebra 16 marks, Arithmetic 30 marks, Geometry 30 marks and Rational numbers 24 marks. In top 15 rankers of VKV's, 5 students of Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya Dibrugarh scored positions. The students are Ankita Kumari (top 5), Robinson Pura (top 7), Nibir Nayan Mahanta (top 9), Anwesha Debnath(top 10) and Ahana Bhadury (top 12).
Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya Dibrugarh Date : 5th May to 7th
May, 2016VKV Dibrugarh
held a book fair, organised by 'Scholastic' at the behest of Principal Sri
Ravindranath D. Savdeykar from 5th to 7th May, 2016 in
the school premises from morning 9 am to 5 pm. It saw an overwhelming response
from students and parents. A wide range of books from all disciplines of
education was displayed, and fiction saw the greatest takers. It is a device to spread culture, education and knowledge. It
changes the outlook on life and widens the domain of learning. A book fair is always an
attraction for book lovers across the globe.Our
Vidyalaya is very much thankful to the “Scholastic Book Fair” which benefited
our students to increase their habit of reading and help to spread
knowledge at large.
Release function of Yearly School Magazine 2015-2016 at Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya Dibrugarh on 3rd May, 2016 The 8th
edition of ‘Sanpragya’ was released on 3rd May, 2016 by Sri Siddhartha Sharma,
Senior Manager of Tea Garden, J. Thomas & Company and member of the school
Managing Committee. Dedicating the school magazine in the presence of the
Principal and Vice-Principal of the Vidyalaya and students of class IX and
class X ,he congratulated the students who contributed for the yearly magazine
and asked the others to contribute for the next edition for those who did not
get a chance to publish their writing. .
Session begin for Class XI (Science and Commerce) at Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya Dibrugarh on 2nd May, 2016 With 21 students from Science and 30 students from Commerce,
the fresh session for Class XI (2016 - 2017) started on 2nd May, 2016.
It is important to note that unlike every year, even this year a standard
entrance test was conducted to permit eligible students to take admission in Senior
Secondary of this prestigious school. The Principal of the Vidyalaya, Sri Ravindranath
D. Savdeykar addressed the students. He emphasized them to move with an action
plan and to set target and goals for their Board Exams in 2018. The Vice
Principal, Sri B.M. Naidu made the students aware the rules, regulations and instructions of the
Kendra Varga for Primary Teachers of VKV Dibrugarh on 30th
April, 2016 Kendra
Varga was organized for VKV Dibrugarh Primary Teachers. 18 teachers attended
the session which started at 12 noon at Sanskriti Sabagriha of the Vidyalaya. After chanting and Omkaras along with
Sahana Bhabatu, the teachers chanted Akya Mantra. Thereafter, they were guided
to exhale and inhale. This is known as Anulam – Bilom in Yoga and is beneficial
to develop and sharpen memory as well as concentration. Teachers were
stimulated physically with games and given tasks like group discussion and
presentation. The book selected for the group discussion was a chapter from
Mananeeya Eknathji Ranade’s “Sadhana of Service” – a must read book for
teachers working for Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalayas.
Padmasree Jadav Payeng’s visits Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya Dibrugarh on 30th April, 2016 Padmasree Jadav Payeng, better known as the “FOREST
MAN” of India visited our Vidyalaya on 30th April, 2016 (Saturday)
at about 2:30 pm. It was an initiative by “AUXESIS” of Dibrugarh University who
is heading the environment movement with Sri Jadav Payeng in their effort of
“EACH ONE, PLANT ONE.”
Sri Jadav Payeng addressed the Vidyalaya student in the
afternoon assembly, inspiring them with his motto and mission of life, i.e. to
plant trees and removes the hazards of industrialization. He also planted a
sapling in the Vidyalaya playground with the students. He was also accompanied
by a dignitary of the Dibrugarh University, Sri Madan Dutta, other faculties
and few students of the University.
Sharing his happiness in visit to the Vidyalaya, nature lover
and conservationist, Payeng said that the students are the future of our
country and can play a vital role to save Mother Nature and Mother Earth.