Monday, 25 November 2019

Lachit Divas
 25th November, 2019

Being a school holiday on Sunday (24th November, 2019), VKV Dibrugarh celebrated Lachit Divas on Monday (25th November, 2019) honouring the memory of Ahom General Lachit Borphukan. Veer Lachit was a commander in the Ahom Kingdom in Assam and he is celebrated for his leadership and valour in the 1671 Battle of Sairaighat. All the students and teachers gathered in the assembly hall where the teachers conducted the daily prayer.

The observation began with offering floral tribute at the portrait of Veer Lachit Borphukan. A patriotic song was sung by a group of students. A speech was delivered by Sri R.M. Thakre, Vice Principal, VKV Dibrugarh in which he highlighted Lachit’s victory over the Mughals in the Battle of Saraighat. Significance of the day was given by Smt. Rita Dowerah & Smt. Mamu Gogoi , Teachers of VKV Dibrugarh.

 

A group of secondary students enacted a drama where they portrayed the event of the Battle of Saraighat and showed how they won the battle in Lachit’s reign.

Thursday, 14 November 2019


Childrens Day Celebration 

14th November, 2019

Childrens Day is celebrated on the birth anniversary of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. On this day, our teachers conduct the assembly every year for the students. A group of teachers with full enthusiasm geared up to conduct the morning assembly. Vice Principals, Sri R. M. Thakre and Sri Shasanka Roy gave speech and motivated the students to love books and study well. They narrated story on Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru’s childhood to the students.
After the assembly, an Art competition was held for the students of Classes I to IX.
Students of Classes KG and I took their lunch together in the Activity hall. Classes II to III students dressed up as National Leaders for Go as you Like competition. Class V students with the help of their class teachers conducted the programmes very smoothly and efficiently.
The last two periods of the day was dedicated to a friendly match of Kabaddi for classes VIII to XI and tug of war for classes VI & VII. All the students were distributed Kheer as Prasad. Everyone relished it and enjoyed the day to the fullest.

Thursday, 7 November 2019


NDRF’s School Safety Programme

7th November, 2019

A safe and secure environment is a pre requisite for effective teaching and learning. Thus, it is necessary to ensure the safety of children, teachers and staff members in the school during disasters.
NDRF organises school safety programmes at various schools to sensitize the children and staff about disasters and to minimize casualties and injuries during disasters. A team from NDRF visited our Vidyalaya on 7th November, 2019 and conducted school safety programme.
During the programme, students were made aware through lectures and demonstrations about the need of school safety and earthquake safety measures to be taken before, during and after, followed by demonstration and practice about medical first aid like CPR, bleeding control, choking, carrying methods, improvised stretcher and evacuation drill. After evacuation drill, an impressive demonstration on rescue was carried out by NDRF responders. As a part of demonstration, hypothetical scenarios of earthquake were created and the team carried out search of missing and rescue of trapped victims. This exercise was witnessed by the students, teachers and staff members of our Vidyalaya in the assembly hall.
NDRF is committed to serve humanity and abide by its motto “Aapka Seva Sadaiv”. The force is working simultaneously towards disaster resilience of the country by imparting awareness training as well as capacity building programme to the people for disaster risk reduction.

Tuesday, 15 October 2019


CBSE Cluster – I, Kho - Kho Tournament, 2019 

Venue: Monfort School, Guwahati

Date: 2nd to 5th October, 2019


Under 17 Boys Team of VKV Dibrugarh – Champion

CBSE Cluster – I, Kabaddi Tournament, 2019 

Venue : Budding Buds Senior Secondary School, Tinsukia

Date: 2nd to 5th October, 2019


Under 17 Girls Team of VKV Dibrugarh – Champion




Best Girl – Kum. Sneha Das of Class X – B 



Under 17 and 19 Boys Team of VKV Dibrugarh – 3rd Position 

Thursday, 12 September 2019


Celebration of Universal Brotherhood Day


Universal Brotherhood Day is celebrated on September 11 in our Vidyalaya every year. It marks the commemoration of Swami Vivekananda’s famous speech delivered on September 11, 1893 in Chicago to the delegates of the World Parliament of Religions. The speech is popularly remembered for its opening words “Sisters and Brothers of America”.
This year on this day the students and teachers of our Vidyalaya gathered in the Sanskriti Sabha Griha of the Vidyalaya and began the celebration with the welcoming of the Chief Guest Smt. Suparna Bagchi, Social Worker, member of Bharat Vikash Parishad, Dibrugarh and well wisher of Vivekananda Kendra. The programme began with a Sattriya Nritya performance as this dance form depicts harmony and so does this day which recognises harmony and oneness of humanity for world peace.

This was followed by the welcome address by Principal, Sri Ravindranath D. Savdeykar and felicitation of our Chief Guest by our senior teacher Smt. Rajkumari Sharma. In his speech he threw light on the significance of the day and Swamiji’s message to accept all religions as true and to have faith in all of them in order to attain world peace.  He also mentioned that this year is the 50th year of Vivekananda Rock Memorial and for which celebrations have begun from September 2, 2019.
The audience also enjoyed a documentary on Vivekananda Rock Memorial which carried the theme ‘Ek Bharat Vijayi Bharat.’
A student of class X - Kr. Debupam Dutta delivered the Swamiji’s speech given by Swamiji in Chicago on 11th September, 1893.
A group of students also presented a Vivek Geet “He Vivekananda Swami”. All the events effectively conveyed the importance of the occasion.

The programme concluded with a speech by the Chief Guest in which she explained the meaning of Swamiji’s famous words -‘Arise, Awake, and stop not till the goal is reached.’ She laid stress that one should not just be awake with open eyes but should awaken their sleeping souls and one’s real nature, only then one can move towards attainment of one’s goal in life.
She also emphasised that as Indians we should bow down to our elders and touch their feet as it is  believed that when a person bows down and touches the feet of their elders, their ego gets suppressed as this gesture indicates respecting the age, experience, and wisdom of the person whose feet are being touched. The elder person then, in turn, blesses the person touching their feet.
She also spoke of the significance of saying Namaste with folded hands as oppose to shaking hands. When one bows down to a person with their hands forming a Namaskar Mudra, he/she bows down to the spiritual energy within a person rather than his physical aura.

Saturday, 31 August 2019

Srimanta Shankardev Tithi 
31st August, 2019


Being 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 palm is like the lotus; Thine eyes are like the lotus petals) which was one of his very first writings. This poem is of great significance as it contains no swarasihnas (vowel sound except ‘O’ followed by a consonant sound in a word in Assamese). Srimanta Sankardev was the founder of Eksaran Naam Dharma and Vaishnavism in Assam. His contribution to literature, art and culture, dramatics and social sphere brought about Vaishnavite movement in Assam.

After Meera didi’s valuable speech a group of students performed a Sattriya dance. The entire audience remained glued to their seats.




The finale performance was a Diha Naam by the teachers and non- teaching staff of the Vidyalaya. The echoes of which reverberated the entire campus. The program ended with the Shanti Mantra and everybody enjoyed the Assamese Prasad of “but-mogu”. It was a great way to remember the great saint. We hope this tradition will continue for eons to come.

Saturday, 24 August 2019


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 & Head of Applied Physics, Delhi College of Engineering was also present to grace the programme. 

The students came in colourful traditional dresses and participated in Rangoli competition, Art competition, Story Telling competition and Bhajan competition. 7 groups participated in Rangoli completion from Classes VI to XI, where students created colourfully decorated rangoli on the theme of Krishna. 

The students gave their best performances. The program ended with vote of thanks by Vice Principal Sir. This holy occasion brings people together thus signifying unity and faith. A total of 500 students and 300 parents approximately attended the program.

Friday, 16 August 2019

73rd Independence Day Celebration at VKV Dibrugarh



The 73rd Independence Day was celebrated with mirth and gaiety in the Vidylaya campus.  A brief programme was organized to realize the importance of the day. It started with floral tribute at Sahid Vedi, unfurling of the tricolor by the Principal. The Principal on his address drew the attention of the audience to the role and sacrifice of the soldiers serving at the border. He also highlighted how students can serve their motherland by keeping their environment clean and doing their petty personal work themselves. He also enlightened the audience on the efforts made behind the construction of the Rock memorial as it is observing its 50th glorious years of construction.

Other highlights of the programme were group song, action song, skit on the role of freedom fighter of Assam, Kanaklata and Mukunda Kakoti. Instrumental music presentation was a major highlighted. The students’ tuned the music of the famous patriotic song “Saare Jahan se Accha” and our National Anthem "Jana Gana Mana". Total participants were 500 approx.


Raksha Bandhan celebration at VKV Dibrugarh
 15th August, 2019

The programme started with Mangalacharan followed by speech by Shasanka Sir. The significance of the day was highlighted. Then students of classes VI to IX presented a skit emphasing the sacrifice and love of brothers and sisters. After that there was tying of rachis by sisters and brothers to each other. The programme concluded with shantimantra .

Thursday, 27 June 2019

ACHIEVEMENTS

On the occasion of 473rd Birth Anniversary celebration of Sri Sri Badda Padma Aata and Mega Sattriya Cultural Festival held on 13th and 14th June, 2019 organized by Sri Sri Badala Sewa Samity, Assam in association with Directorate of Cultural Affairs, Govt. of Assam, Dr. Bhupen Hazarika Centre for Studies in Performing Art, Dibrugarh University at Srmanta Sankardev Kalashetra Samaj, Guwahati. Our Teacher Sri Manik Chandra Borah performed Sattriya Dance amidst which there were many other cultural performances performed by artist from all over India. At this grant event, many dignitaries were present including the Governor of Assam. Sri Manik Ch. Borah was fortunate and honored to be felicitated by the Governor on this occasion. 
On 14th June, 2019 a National seminar on Sattriya culture was held where he presented a paper titled Ankiya Natar Sutradhari Nritya, Parampara aru Natunatwar sandhan. 



The resource people present on the seminar were Padmasree Jatin Goswami, Padmasree Ghanakanta Barbayan, VC Dr. Kondorpa Kumar Deka, Srimanta Sankardev University, Nagaon. Dr. Korobi Deka Hazarika, Former Prof. of Assamese, Dibrugarh University was the Sanchalika (Moderator) of the programme. Many other veterans of Assamese culture including Dr. Lakhinandan Borah, editor of Goriakhi (Assamese Magazine), Dr. Hujya Hazarika attended this seminar and made the event a grand success.

Tuesday, 25 June 2019

Inauguration of Atal Tinkering Laboratory (ATL) at VKV Dibrugarh
24th June, 2019

A brief programme was organized to inaugurate the ATL of VKV Dibrugarh. The chief guest of the program was Sri Pallav Gopal Jha, IAS, DC of Dibrugarh District. Formally inaugurating the ATL with lighting the lamp and offering floral tribute to Swami Vivekananda, Sri Pallav Gopal Jha encouraged the young minds to develop the spirit of enquiry.
He urged the students not to be bookish but to build the base of scientific concepts through hands on experiment saying, “We have labs in the basement of our houses”. He stressed on the importance of “Questioning” by students which will shape their personality. Stating the students as the fortunate generation, having a modern lab, he expected them to take charge of the damaged environment and repair it.
Sri Mayank Purushottam, Director CADX, was also present in the inauguration along with Sri Ravikant Altekar, Senior Scientist, Bhava Atomic Research Center, Dr. Sristidhar Dutta, Retired Dean, Rajiv Gandhi University, Pasighat, Arunachal Pradesh and Dr. Kunjalata Deori, Retd. Professor, Dept. of Physics, DHSK College, Dibrugarh.

Dr. Sristidhar Dutta, also Chairman of the Vidyalaya Management Committee expressed his happiness at the inauguration of the ATL. Eulogized for the school getting an ATL, he said that it is a dream fulfillment for the younger generation.

Saturday, 22 June 2019

International Yoga Day 
21st June, 2019
The International Yoga Day as proposed by our Prime Mnister Sri Narendra Modi is celebrated all over the world. Since its inception in the year 2015, June 21st, this day is celebrated in our Vidyalaya by the students and teachers with great enthusiasm. 270 students from Class II to X participated in the programme conducted by Sri Biren Saikia where he demonstrated various asanas and pranayamas.


Warm up exercises were demonstrated and all the students and few parents and teachers performed sitting and standing asanas, importance of these asanas were explained simultaneously.
The celebration began with the Principal Sir’s speech at 7 am in the Vidyalaya assembly hall where he spoke about the importance of Yoga in our day to day life. He also stressed upon that Yoga is just not exercise but it is about harmonizing oneself with the universe.


Regular practice of Yoga will surely help our students achieve a better life physically, mentally and spiritually.

Friday, 21 June 2019

Workshop on Jyoti and Rabha Sangeet 
19th & 20th June, 2019

  A two day workshop on Jyoti and Rabha Sangeet was conducted in our Vidyalaya. The workshop was inaugurated by Sri R. M. Thakre, Vice principal, VKV Dibrugarh with the speech on the lives of Sri Sri Jyoti Prasad Agarwalla and Sri Sri Bishnu Prasad Rabha. 

The workshop was attended by 63 students from Classes III to IX of our Vidyalaya.
The workshop was conducted on the musical works of the two geniuses of Assam under the facilitation of Smt. Pranamika Bordoloi and Sri Manik Chandra Borah and co-ordinators Smt. Jyotsna Devi and Sri Ashish Roy, teachers of VKV Dibrugarh.

Thursday, 20 June 2019

Rabha Divas 
(20th June, 2019)


Rabha Divas was observed in our Vidyalaya on 20th June, 2019 in presence of students and teachers. Floral tribute was paid to Rabha image. 


Kr. Nibir Nayan Mahanta, student of Class X gave a speech on life of Jyoti-Rabha and their immense contribution towards the Assamese culture. 


Three group Rabha sangeet were presented by the primary and secondary students. Smt. Rita Dowerah, teacher gave a speech on the life of the two great icons of Assam and their contribution to the society.

Thursday, 13 June 2019


Talk and Interaction Programme with Mananeeya Rekha Didi of VK Kanyakumari 
(12th June, 2019)
An interaction of the teachers was organized in the Vidyalaya on 12th June, 2019 with Man. Rekha Didi, Jevanvrati Karyakarta, VK Kanyakumari . Rekha didi hails from Jhansi, UP and extended her service intensively in the state of Arunachal Pradesh since 1995. She also gave a talk on “Ek Bharat – Vijay Bharat”. To extend her idea of her topic, she rehearsed the teachers with the challenges and construction behind the monument of Rock Memorial. She concluded with her address to teachers that teachers should always involve themselves in teaching. There is also the need of realize on the part of the teachers that learning is a continuous process and they should continue to learn for their students. She also emphasized that teachers should know how to talk and where to talk so that they can be successful.

Wednesday, 12 June 2019

AAVP Workshop (Cluster Level) 
8th to 11th June, 2019 


The AAVP workshop, 2019 was held in our Vidyalaya from 8th to 11th June, 2019. Principal Sir Sri Ravindranath D. Savdeykar addressed the crowd and welcomed the guest schools. He also spoke about the purpose of the workshop. He encouraged the participants with lots of examples and valuable thoughts. He motivated them to be forever curious in their lives as it is a quality that inspires people to learn new things. He introduced the master trainers Sri Deep Dutta, Asstt. Teacher, VKV Dibrugarh and Smt. Mallika Khandelwal, Asstt. Teacher, VKV Golaghat. The participants and their guided teachers introduced themselves. 5 schools participated namely – VKV Dibrugarh, VKV Golaghat, VKV Majuli, VKV Doyang and VKV Sivasagar. 


Sessions were on Investigatory project, meaning of Science, different components of Pendulum, Classification skills, Collection projects, creative thinking exercise, brainstorming techniques etc. Students were divided into groups for group discussion and presentations. Students actively participated in number of group discussions, presentations, laboratory experiments etc. There were also paratasmaran, yogabhyas and bhaja sandhya for the participants. 


Sri Ravikant Altekar, Scientist from Bhava Atomic Research Centre (BARC) visited and observed the participants hands on experiments in the laboratory and guided them. He also shared his work experience with nuclear science and motivated the students for research work. He demonstrated activities and involved the students on learning the topic “Team Work” through an experiment. 


Towards the end, teachers and observers gave feedback to the students. Su. Aparna Didi, Secretary, VKVAPT also visited and explained about Science Investigatory Project and encouraged the participants, praised them and discussed some points on how to execute a project successfully. She also appreciated the students’ involvement and efforts in the workshop and concluded the same.