Celebrating Freedom of the Nation



The 71st Independence Day of Bharat was celebrated in our Vidyalaya premises with full enthusiasm and vigour on 15th August 2017. The Tri-colour flag was unfurled by the Principal Sri Guru Charan Das at 7.30 A.M., followed by a patriotic group song presented by the students of secondary section. Regional Administrative Officer Sri DigeshJi was present in the programme. Some students and teachers of the Vidyalaya delivered speech on Independence Day. The celebration concluded with sweet distribution among the participants of the programme.    



   

Sri Krishna Janmastami at VKV Tinsukia




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Sri Krishna Janmastami is a grand celebration the Vidyalaya observe every year. This year too on 13 August it was celebrated in the school premises. After regular Bhajans and Prayers, primary kids perform the childhood incidents of Lord Krishna through Dramatic presentation. Little Krishna and his famous ‘Makhan Chori’ was the main attraction of the programme. The Secondary and Sr. Secondary students took part in house-wise exciting Matka breaking competition. The holy assembly of Janmastami celebration came to an end with Prasad distribution.    

Raksha Bandhan- the Celebration of togetherness


On 7 August 2017, Vidyalaya celebrated one of the most important festival of India, Rakhsha Bandhan with its true spirit. After the morning prayer, children and teachers tied Rakhis to the trees and cows with the sense of protection and gratitude for the nature and animal. Bhajans, group song etc were performed by the students of primary and secondary section. The AyyaDidis, Bhaiyas and bus drivers were tied Rakhi by the students. Mananeeya SaritaDidi spoke about the significance and importance of the day.
Two groups comprises of teachers and students visited Jyanankush Sishu kalyan Ashram, an orphanage situated in Nakhrai near Guijan, where Raksha Bandhan is celebrated with the children of the Ashrama. Bhajan Kirtan was done followed by sweet distribution. After tying Rakhi our students distributed some articles to the needy children like pencil box, water bottle, pen, cloths etc as a part of Rakhsha Bandhan Celebration. VandanaDidi, Sukantsir, AmitSir and Sampadidi led the group.
A visit is made to the Laipuli Army Camp with GurudevSir, NilakshiDidi, Gulapididi and HanumanSir where Raksha Dhaga were tied to the Brigadier and armies of the camp. The programme consists of a speech, group song and distribution of sweets.