Kabi Pranam- A day for Rabindranath



The first observation of the session 2018-19 was Rabindra Jayanti. On 10 May 2018, the Vidyalaya observed Rabindra Jayanti in the morning assembly of Primary and Secondary Section. Teacher Pranab Dasgupta Sir delivered a speech on Rabindranath’s life and message. Students performed recitation, group songs, and dance in tune with Rabindra Sangeet.


Matru Puja- the worship of the living Goddess

Matri Puja is one of unique programme of all the branches of Vivekananda Kendra, where students of Class X come with their mother on the last day of academic session of class X, before the AISSE final examination. Students offer puja to their mother as living worship of Goddess. They wash the feet of their mothers, chant Vedic mantras, offer flowers and perform puja of mothers. 
The programme was conducted by the teachers of Class X, puja was undertaken with guidance of SanchayitaDidi. Teacher JeetaDidi spoke about the importance of the day, mothers shared their view on this auspicious day. Programme came to an end with prasad distribution. 

UTSARGA SAMAROH for Class XII

Vivekananda Kendra offers its Students at Class XII stage to the lotus feet of Bharat Mata every year after they complete their educational and academic tenure in the Organisation. Unlike, biding Farewell to the Students, Kendra termed this auspicious occasion as  'Utsarga Samaroh'. Our Vidyalaya observed this day on 3 February this year at 6.30 a.m. in the morning. Students attended by chanting Mantra from the Upanishadas, offered earthen lamp to the Rangoli of Bharatbasrsha, and promise to enlighten this holy land with their services in future. Principal Sri Gurucharan Das spoke to the students and guided them with valuable suggestions.  
They were served Alpahaar (breakfast) before they left for home.           

Netaji Subhash-The Man of Freedom

On 23rd January 2018, Our Vidyalaya observed Netaji Jayanti to pay tribute to Noted Freedom Fighter Netaji Subhash Ch. Bose. In the morning assembly Ku. Preetom Talukdar, IX, spoke about Netaji followed by Patriotic songs sung by the students.
A team from the Vidyalaya participated in a Procession took out in the town by Netaji Birthday Celebration Committee. at 1.30 p.m. 5 groups took part in a Quiz Competition held in Durgabari Auditorium.
A team of Waste Management experts visited our Vidyalaya under Sri Sanjay Gupta from Switzerland to begin a beautiful mission of Clean and Green campus. They involved our students for about an hour and trained them about the work.
      

Saraswati - The Goddress of Knowledge is worshipped

Like Every year, this year too, on 22 January 2018, Vidyalaya celebrated Saraswati Puja in a pious and spiritual ambience. The puja started in the morning at 6 am. and concluded at 8, followed by Jagna. After the Bhajan sessions in both the assembly prasad was distributed among all.


 

Rupkonwar is remembered



‘Rupkonwar’ Jyoti Prasad Agarwala, the most significant literary and cultural icon of Assam. His death anniversary date 17 January is celebrated in the state as SHILPI DIVAS. Our Vidyalaya paid tribute to the most noted personality on this very day by arranging a series of cultural events in his memory. Teachers and students sung his songs and lyrics. Dance performance was done by secondary students in the morning assembly. Instrumental presentation was done by students by playing tune of famous Jyoyti Sangeets.   

Swami Vivekananda Jayanti

"All power is within you, you can do anything and everything!", - Swami Vivekananda.
The students of the Vidyalaya have worked hand in hand with teachers and other staffs to bring down Swamiji's quote to practice! The Vidyalaya has celebrated the most significant and ever awaited porgramme, Swami Vivekananda Jayanti ( National Youth Day ) on 12 January 2018 in the School premises. The grand celebration, to pay tribute and to offer flowers at the lotus feet of SwamiJi, started from morning 6.30 a.m. with Marathan Race for the students of the Vidyalaya. The mini-marathan started from Tinsukia Thana Charali and ended in the Campus Gate of the Vidyalaya (approx. 4 km). Later in the forenoon 10.30 am, a cultural programme was organised in the Vidylaya's playground. Around 2200 parents, students, well-wishes, members of the management committee and other dignitaries were present in the programme. The Chief Guest was Dr. Purnendu S. Das, a Research Scholar and former Principal of Tinsukia Commerce College and a well-wisher of Vivekananda Kendra. Sri Satyanarayan Patwari, a socal worker and closely associated with Vivekananda Kendra,  was the Guest of Honour for the day. Students performed different events like Yoga, Bhajans, PuppetryShow, DanceDrama and many more programmes that were designed in tune with Swamiji's message and thoughts.In this programme, the Annual School magazine PRATIBHA was released. We are very happy to let all concern know, that the Vidyalaya has launched its first Quarterly E-magazine "VIVEK SANCHAR" in the programme. The same is available as a linked pdf file in the School website www.tinsukia.vkv.in for download and reading online.

VIVEK SANCHAR- A Quarterly E-zine of VKV Tinsukia

The Vidyalaya is happy to announce that on Swami Vivekananda Jayanti, 12 January 2018, we are launching "VIVEK SANCHAR", our Quarterly E-magazine. You can Read or Download the same from the LINK below...

Kalpataru Divas and Kids...



Kalpataru divas is the 1st Day of the English calendar in January, which is observed as the day when Sri Ramakrishna, the Great master revealed his godliness to the common disciples and fulfilled their spiritual and worldly desires. Along with the many branch centres and Ramakrishna mission centres, our Vidyalaya also observed the day with full enthusiasm and encouragement. In both the assembly story related to Kalpataru Divas is told to the students. Sri Gurudev Sir narrated the importance of the day in secondary assembly.
On the same day, ‘Go as you Like’ competition was organized for the kids.