Monday, 27 January 2020


71st Republic Day

 26th January, 2020


Republic Day is one of the prominent national festivals celebrated every year on January 26th with utmost enthusiasm and zeal at VKV Dibrugarh.

The school band escorted Principal Sir, Vice Principal sirs and senior teachers of the Vidyalaya to the ground where Principal sir, Sri Ravindranath D. Savdeykar unfurled the tricolour amidst a cheerful and proud crowd of teachers, students and parents.
Everyone saluted the National Flag, sung the National anthem and pledged themselves to upholding the honour and integrity, diversity and uniqueness that is “INDIA”.
Principal Sir in his speech spoke about the significance of the day and said that one must follow truth seeking approach. Whatever one’s problem or situation be, we need to try to seek truth, according to Swamiji. We should all join hands together to become one, together we make a family, families make up a society and societies together make up the whole country. We should be proud of our constitution and try to understand how our system is formed and how we have become the biggest democracy in the world. After the valuable speech the choir presented a patriotic song which reverberated the surroundings.
The celebration concluded with Shanti Mantra and everyone dispersed after Prasad with the image of the fluttering tricolour in their minds.

Saturday, 25 January 2020


Zonal Level Gita Chanting Competition

25th January, 2020

Zonal Level Gita Chanting competition was held at VKV Dibrugarh on 25th January, 2020 in the Sanskriti Sabhagriha. The hall was filled with participants from 7 schools namely, VKV Dhemaji, VKV Sadiya, VKV Baragolai, VKV Tinsukia, VKV Bokuloni, VKV Tingrai and VKV Dibrugarh. Sri Biren Saikia, Teacher, VKV Dibrugarh greeted everyone. The Principal, Dri Ravindranath D. Savdeykar  acknowledged that he believed the students have made their efforts and have come prepared thoroughly for the competition and wished them good luck. He also shared his thought that he felt that not only the participants but also the teachers should also know the mantras of Gita chanting. After the welcome address the competition began wherein a total number of 21 students participated from among 7 schools. 



The judges of the competition were Dr. Adity Baruah, Sanskrit Dept., Dibru College, Smt. Madhumita Borthakur Goswami, Sanskrit Dept., Dibru College and Sri Babu Nayak, Teacher of Dibrugarh Branch Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan, New Delhi. After the competition one of the judges Smt. Madhumita Borthakur Goswami addressed the participants and the audience. She appreciated the student’s efforts and also congratulated all of them. She especially acknowledged the commendable effort of the two participants who chanted 47 slokas. Prize distribution ceremony took place thereafter. Kum. Aaradhya Sharma of Class IV B of our Vidyalaya won the Proficiency Prize. The participants left the audience mesmerized.

Monday, 20 January 2020

AAVP Cluster Level Workshop


18th & 19th January, 2020


Cluster level competition of Aryabhatta Anusandhanatmak Vijnan Prakalpa, 2019-20, a two day programme was held at VKV Dibrugarh on 18th and 19th January, 2020. A total of 22 senior and 35 junior level students along with 5 escort teachers who registered for the programme from 5 Vidyalayas namely, VKV Dhemaji, VKV Golaghat, VKV Majuli, VKV Sivasagar and VKV Dibrugarh. In our cluster there were 13 projects. 



The presentation competition took place parallel in the two levels (Junior & Senior) and each level was judged by 4 judges. The judges were Dr. Ankur Gogoi, Quality Control Officer, Chemistry Dept., ONGC, Assam Asset, Sri Pranab Paul, Asst. Professor, Dept. Of Botany, Dibru College, Dibrugarh, Dr. Kalyan Jyoti Deori and Dr. Jiban Saikia, Asst. Professor, Dept. of Chemistry, Dibrugarh University. 
Valedictory programme was held where Prof. R. N.S. Yadav, Dept. of Life Sciences, Dibrugarh University was the Chief Guest. Overall the programme was a success and the participants returned with much motivation and encouragement.

 
 

Monday, 13 January 2020

Vivekananda Jayanti & National Youth Day Celebration
12th January, 2020

A day long programme was organized on 12th January, 2020 to celebrate Vivekananda Jayanti and National Youth Day. A pushpanjali programme was held in the early hours at different places to mark the day. Teacher, students and many well wishers attended the programme to pay respect to the great soul – Swami Vivekananda.

Principal, Sri Ravindranath D. Savdeykar, delivered the welcome speech and felicitated the chief guests. Dr. Sristidhar Dutta, retired DEAN Rajiv Gandhi University, Pasighat, Arunachal Pradesh and Su. Meera Kulkarni, Jeevanvrati Karyakarta, Assam Pranth Sanghatak, Vivekananda Kendra Kanyakumari were the chief guests.
Chief Guest Su. Meera didi narrated the significance of the day. She expressed her happiness over the fact that the school will complete its 40 years in 2021, and has long been catering to the needs of the children of Northeast.
Dr. Sristidhar Dutta also gave a speech in which he said that of all schools around the city, VKV is unique in the sense that it has taught the students to face difficult challenges living with the ideologies of Swami Vivekananda.

The gamut of cultural programmes included Borgeet, Bharatnatyam, Group song and Sattriya Nritya. A beautiful programme “Humara Bharat Samarth Bharat” was also performed by the students which reflected the moral and cultural values of our society. The celebration was attended by a crowd packed audience of students, teachers, parents and well wishers.







Bhaona staged at Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya, Dibrugarh

Unlike other years, even this year Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya, Dibrugarh is celebrating the National Youth Day, 2020 for two days on 11th and 12th January to mark the 157th Birthday of Swami Vivekananda, the great monk of India who introduced India and its rich culture to the world.


This time the school staged a Bhaona in the Vidyalaya auditorium on 11 January in the evening. The play “Dakshya Bhaona” was enacted by a reputed Bhaona group, popularly known as Dibrugarh Ankuran Mahila Samaj along with lady teachers of the Vidyalaya. The play started at 6.00p.m and continued to enthuse the crowd.

People from all sections and strata of society were present to take the taste of this ancient art form, which is really a notable step on the part of the Vidyalaya authorities to stage it in a chilling night just  before Bhogali Bihu. The splendid performance captured the audience for three hours with brewing tea and excited eyes. The three hour play was directed by Shri Biren Saikia, a teacher of the Vidyalaya with an objective of making the people aware on the ancient form of performing art called bhaona. 


Shri Manik Chandra Bora, another teacher played the role of Bayan along with Dr. Krishna Narayan Dutta Baruah and a few students of the Vidyalaya. A total number of 26 bhaoriya created sensation on the stage on the legendary Pauranic mythological tale of King Dakshya and Lord Shiva. The auditorium was jam-packed with 600 people eulogizing the performance of ‘’Bhaona” with all female Bhaoriyas which has rendered uniqueness to the accomplishment.

    
Bhaona is a popular and traditional form of entertainment prevalent in Assam from the times of the inception of the form by Srimanta Sankardeva. Dr Karabi Deka Hazarika, Retired Professor of Assamese Department, Dibrugarh University, Dr Kalpana Khound, Retired  Professor of D.H.S.K Commerce College and Dr Hiranya Goswami, Principal of AMC were present as chief guests.

Dr. Karabi Deka Hazarika said that society has started to change and bhaona by female bhaoriya is a marked change in the field of performing arts which is appreciable.

Dr. Kalpana Khound who was witnessing the performance said “I have never seen such a programme before in any other institution. I have experienced many programmes but this programme is with exception for which I congratulate the authorities”.

Dr. Goswami added that Bhaona is good for health and bhaona serves the purpose of religious learning. He was elated with such initiative of the school and expressed his happiness.

Friday, 3 January 2020


Mathematics Exhibition

VIVEKANANDA KENDRA VIDYALAYA DIBRUGARH

Date: 2nd January, 2020

Theme: Wall Clock model based on calculation...

More than 280 models designed by our students of Classes VII to IX.