Thursday, 30 November 2017

Gita Chanting Competition 

30th November, 2017

Gita Chanting competition was conducted for the students of Classes VI to X on 30th November, 2017. All total 19 groups have participated. And the primary level competition was held on 2nd December, 2017 from Classes KG to V. Altogether 40 groups have participated in primary. Smt. Deepika Deori, Sevika, Rashtriya Sanskrit Sangsthan and Sri Bikash Upadhya, Asstt. Teacher, VKV Dibrugarh were the Judges for both the competition. 


Thursday, 23 November 2017

Visit of Mananeeya Balakrishnanji

23rd November, 2017 

On 23rd November, 2017, Mananeeya Balakrishnanji, Vice President, Vivekananda Kendra Kanyakumari, visited our Vidyalaya. The Principal of the Vidyalaya, Ravindranath D. Savdeykar gave the welcome address. Man. Balkrishnanji congratulated the teachers for their hardwork. Communicating with one another is very important. The performance of teacher, way of talking, interaction everything is watched by the students. Students mind is very sharp, whatever they perceive shape their character. Just like the role of mother of shaping and molding the  character of a child. The role of teachers is also important. The male teachers should also bear the motherly touch. Educational Technology is changing very fast and we have to equip ourselves with the change of time without losing the value. It will boost self confidence. Group discussion should take place among teachers. Best product is produced from our school itself. As Swamiji rightly ways education is manifestation that is already in man. Perfection is withinevery children that can be brought with proper guidance of the teacher. Character, Seva, future of nation everything is moulded in the classroom where role of teacher is very important.

Saturday, 18 November 2017

Interaction with Kabyanil Talukdar 

18th November, 2017

                                       
An interactive programme was organized for VIII and IX on 18th November, 2017 in the Sanskriti Sabagriha from 1 pm and continued till 2 pm onwards with Master Kabyanil Talukdar, an Indian Cube Master. He is most famous for his achievements in blindfolded 3x3 events in World’s Rubik’s Cube Championship, 2015, VIT Velore Gravitas open – 3rd in 2x2 (2013). National Rank – 1st in blindfolded (2014), Asian Rank – 1st in blindfolded (2014), Hyderabad Pcubed open – 1st in blindfolded (2014) etc. and many more.
The Principal of the Vidyalaya welcomed him with a fulam gamusa as a token of love. Mst. Kabyanil Talukdar interacted with the students with enthusiasm and patience. He taught and involved the students and also told about the importance of solving cube puzzle. The students also asked question and cleared their doubts. The programme was very informative. It helped our students to know more about the importance of cube puzzle. The programme concluded with Shanti Mantra.

Friday, 17 November 2017

8th Krida Mahotsava 

9th to 16th November, 2017 


8th Krida Mahtsava was organized by VKSPV, Guwahati from 9th to 16th November, 2017. Outdoor games were played in VKV Baragolai where 23 Boys and 12 Girls altogether 35 students participated from our Vidyalaya and Indoor games were played in VKV Tingrai where 7 boys participated from our Vidyalaya.

Achievements :      Kabaddi (Boys) – Champion
                                Best Raider (Boys) – Kr. Pranab Deb
                                Chess  - Champion – Kr. Sun Dowerah
                                100 mtrs (Girls) – 2nd Prize – Kum. Sneha Das
                                 4x100 mtrs (Girls) – 2nd Prize
                                 Kho – Kho (Girls) – 3rd Prize
                                 Kho – Kho (Boys) – 3rd Prize  


In the Valedictory Programme of Krida Mahotsava at VKV Baragolai on 16th November, 2017, the teachers who have devoted their 25 years of service at Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya were also honoured by the organization. 5 teachers of VKV Dibrugarh were also honoured for their service. Smt. Hironmoyee Das, Smt. Jaya Biswakarma, Smt. Sudipta Dam, Smt. Rajkumari Sharma and Smt. Ruplekha Bordoloi.