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 New Teachers’ Camp  Conducted  VKV – Jairampur 

The New teachers’ camp is conducted at VKV – Jairampur from 1st July 2018 to 3rd July 2018. The organising team of six members under the guidance of Shri Unnikrishnan P M, Education Officer, VKVsAPT – Dibrugarh is formed for smooth functioning of this camp.

The members of the organising team are Shri P.K.Pandey ji, Cluster I/C of Lohit & Tirap Clusters, Shri Anand Mohan Mishra ji, Cluster I/C of Subansiri, Shri T. Sritharan, Principal, VKV-Jairampur , Shri K.Dineshan, Vice-Principal of VKV-Jairampur and Shri Shyamal Chakraborty, Principal, VKV-Kharsang.

On dated : 1st January 2018 all the 35 participants reached the venue before 5 p.m. and at 6.30 p.m., Shri Prashant Devekar, Resource Person from Jnana Prabodhini, Pune, is escorted by Shri Unnikrishnan P.M., has arrived.

The following activities are undertaken on 01/7/2018 :

(1). Bhajan Sandhya

(2). Introduction session

(3). Objectives of the camp by Shri Prashant Devekar ji

(4). Life in VKVs and its experiences by Shri P.K.Pandey ji

(5). Concluding by Shri P.M.Unnikrishnan

The following activities are undertaken on 02/7/2018:

  • Pratahsmaran followed by Yoga session(By Shri Sunil Dhawral)
  • Inaugural Programme: The welcome address was given by the Principal of Host school Shri T.Sritharan. The Chief Guest was Shri S.S.Choudhary, Additional Deputy Commissioner of Jairampur and Shri Surendar Devekar, Resource person are felicitated by Shri Unnikrishnan ji. The Chief Guest has appreciated the administration of VKVs for conducting such camps and it was followed by Vote of Thanks from Shri P.K.Pandey ji.
  • Sessions taken by Shri Prasant Devekar ji : The total number of six sessions are taken in which following points are explained –
  • Topic: Classroom management for effective teaching = Under this topic the following sub-points are illustrated : (1). Preparing students for New Learning, (2). Presenting New Learning, (3). Deepening Learning, (4). Applying Learning, (5). Helping students Reflect on and celebrate learning, (6). Organization, Rules and Procedures, (7). Positive Relationships, (8). Engagement and Enjoyment, (9). Culture of thinking and learning, and (10). Professional practices with team spirit is also made understood.
  • Session taken by Shri Anand Mohan Mishra ji : The Post Supper session was taken on Sister Nivedita and her contributions.
  • The day was concluded by Shri Unnikrishnan P.M., for re-capsulation of whole day activities.

 The following activities are undertaken on 03/7/2018:

  • Pratahsmaran followed by Yoga session(By Shri Sunil Dhawral)
  • Sessions taken by Shri Prasant Devekar ji : The total number of six sessions are taken in which following points are explained –
  • Activity based learning - A radical change in Primary Education

(Explained the support of short videos of some schools)

  • Group Discussions on :

Learning points, Teaching points, Learning material, Learning spaces, Teacher student Interaction and Organisation network.

  • Bhajan Sandhya: It was conducted in Radha-Krishna Mandir of Assam Rifles. It was treated as group activity based trip/survey for the participants and was guided by the Resource person throughout the trip. It was followed by a session on poster preparation and presentation.
  • The Post Supper session is allotted for written test on two books of Kendra Publication and session was coordinated by Shri Shyamal Chakraborty .
  • The day was concluded by Shri Shyamal Chakraborty with re-capsulation of whole day activities.

 The following activities are undertaken on 04/7/2018:

  • Pratahsmaran followed by Yoga session (By Shri Sunil Dhawral)
  • Sessions taken by Shri Prasant Devekar ji : The total number of five sessions are taken in which following points are explained –
  • Experimental Learning

(Explained the support of various examples)

  • Concrete to Abstract (Through symbols like Verbal, Visual, Sound, Pictures, Field trips, drama, etc.)
  • At 6 a.m., feedback forms are filled up by the participants and it is followed by Concluding function.
  • The Concluding function was coordinated by Shri Shyamal Chakraborty and it was as follows :
  • Welcome address by Shri T.Sritharan
  • Shibir Geet (Song: Dharm ki Liye Jiye)
  • Experience sharing by participants
  • Concluding tips by Shri Prasant Devekar ji
  • Address by Shri P.M.Unnikrishnan ji
  • Vote of thanks by Shri P.K.Pandey ji
  • Kendra Prayer
  • The whole programme came to an end at 9.30 p.m.

Governor Visit -VKV Jairampur

His Excellency, Brig. (Dr) B.D. Mishra, the Governor of Arunachal Pradesh visited VKV Jairampur on dated 30/01/2018 at 11.10 AM. School gave him a grand welcome with band troupe and conducted a short programme. It was attended by the Honourable MLA of Jairampur Constituency, Deputy Commissioner, Changlang Dist, DIG Police, throng of  public leaders of the area and Govt officials.

Welcome Address: By Sri Panchanan Tripathy, Principal

  • Formally welcomed the august gathering
  • Briefed the activities of Vivekananda Kendra: Man Making & Nation Building
  • Reiterated the modalities of VKVs in Arunachal Pradesh
  • Achievements of VKV Jairampur
  • Thanked one and all for being instrumental in giving motivation and inspiration

Key Note Address by His Excellency, Governor of Arunachal Pradesh

  • Congratulated VKVs for doing wonderful work in the remote corner of India
  • Stressed more on girls education: No gender discrimination
  • Accosted students to get ingrained with the real values of life for the betterment of our nation
  • Urged the students to join army, not to fall as prays to drugs and gun culture
  • Recounted the stand and roles of a mother in a family. Shared an anecdote how his mother played a cascading role to get his name enrolled in the village school where he began his primary education.
  • Winded up his talk urging the students of VKVs to enshrine the name and fame of their only guru Swami Vivekananda.

National Youth Day Celebration - VKV Jairampur

  1. Attendance: 318 students, parents and teachersFocus of the event:
  1. To spread the message of swami Vivekananda
  2. To mark the Birth Day of Swamiji
  3. To propagate the  philosophy & ideals of Swamiji
  4. To inspire the youth of our country to embark successful journey in life
  5. To channelize the powers of the youth for the development of our nation
  1. Welcome Address: By Sri Panchanan Tripathy, Principal
  • Formally welcomed the august gathering
  • National Youth Day celebrated to commemorate the Birth Day of Swami Vivekananda, the spiritual icon of modern India
  • Swamiji was an ardent philosopher and great social reformer
  • A pioneer of Vedanta & yoga that he gave to the western world
  • Swamiji was instrumental in raising interfaith awareness, bringing Hinduism to the status of a major world religion
  • He was considered as the major force in the revival of Hinduism
  • He contributed to the concept of nationalism in colonial India Protecting and continuing the spiritual tradition is undertaken by Vivekananda Kendra
  • This is a day to take a pledge to help protect our culture in changed times.
  • Swami Vivekananda is a source of inspiration to the youths of modern India 
  • Significance of the day: By Smt. Bindhu Nair


  • Giving importance to social and moral values is a demand of time
  • Youths are the architects of our nation who would play  crucial roles to build our nation
  • Swami Vivekananda is an icon of youths
  • Since 1985, India annually celebrates National Youth Day
  • In 1984, GoI, declared the Birth Day of Swamiji as National Youth Day
  • To imbibe the Vivekanandian philosophies in students and youth
  • Take pledge to protect and respect our nation from cultural vandalization
  • Normally 16-35 is called as the youth stage of life. It is the productive stage of life. Indian youth has a special quality to popularise our culture and traditional hegemony not only in India but also throughout the world. With popular culture becoming more youthful and more accessible through TV, technology and global consumer brands, today’s youth think that the traditional demographic terms are not able to spread longer benefit to them. So to teach and aware them about the essentialities of moral and spiritual values in human life, national youth day is celebrated every year on the eve of Swami Vivekananda Jayanti on 12th January every year throughout India.
  • It is celebrated on the full moon day
  1. Address by the Chief Guest: Sri Laisam Simai, Honourable MLA & Parliamentary Secretary, Legal Metrology & Consumer Affairs
  • VKVs are synonyms to quality education


  • Swamiji was an ideal figure for the entire nation
  • He has lot of expectation from the youth of India to make her a developed nation
  • It is a very high time to all the youth of India under one banner to think collectively for the prosperity and materialistic growth of the nation
  • There has to be communal and cultural harmony amongst us
  • People are to be more realistic to tackle and handle various types of developmental activities
  • The youths of our nation are to be more focussed and result oriented
  • I am happy that VKVs are playing a great role in uniting the people of Arunachal Pradesh together
  • It is quite important to become more strong and stable to build a prosperous and peaceful nation
  • Be positive to the goal of life: Arise! Awake & Stop not till the goal is reached
  • People of our nation should be capable enough to act according to the situation and should be multi tasks oriented
  • Promised to construct the internal road and auditorium by next financial year.



  1. Focus of the Programme:
  • To insist traditional practices
  • To preserve the indigenous culture
  • To bring indigenous people together for a common goal
  • To strengthen the indigenous faiths and ritualistic practices in the area   
  1. Welcome Address: Sri  Panchanan Tripathy, Principal
  • Welcome the gathering formally
  • Arunachal Pradesh is a cultural mosaic
  • The faiths and divine beliefs are gifted to the people of Arunachal Pradesh by Mother Nature
  • There are ethnic resemblances amongst the tribes of Arunachal Pradesh. The geographical isolation can only differentiate a little on traditional practices
  • The celebration of Indigenous Faith Day by different communities reinforces the Unity in Diversity.
  • The wonderful Indigenous and Cultural Tradition is to sustain under the guidance of the elders of the various ethnic groups of the society
  • Loss of Culture gives vent to Loss of Identity
  • Urged the august gathering to preserve, propagate and maintain the cultural mosaic of Arunachal Pradesh.
  • Vivekananda Kendra is also working at ground level to help preserve fading cultural practices of the Indigenous people of Arunachal Pradesh. VKIC is established at Guwahati to monitor and popularise the traditional practices in entire Northeast.
  1. Significance of the day: By K.V. Dineshan, Vice Principal
  • It is a high time to consolidate ourselves to save our identity
  • Culture is synonym to identity
  • People of different cultural groups need to be organised to help save their identities
  • Arunachal Pradesh has been  the denizen of indigenous people since ages: the practices they cultivate are unique and need to be preserved
  • Indigenous faith day is celebrated to honour the dignity of people of Arunachal Pradesh
  • The celebration is to unite the spirit of humanism, tolerance, communal harmony amongst the indigenous people
  • Every Arunachalie should take the pride of being a part of cultural heritage of the state.
  • Ignited the mind of youngsters to preserve their culture and tradition
  1. Address by Chief Guest Sri D. Basar, Deputy Commissioner of Forest, Changlang Dist (A.P)
  • Expressed thankfulness for being a part of the celebration of IFD at VKV Jrp
  • It is a big challenge to stop the cultural erosion taking place in the in Arunachal Pradesh
  • We need to be organised and concerted efforts  to be put to bring the scattered groups of Indigenous people together
  • Felt happy that VKV is doing wonderful work in this field
  • The traditional practices of the people of Arunanchal Pradesh are getting extinct due to the invasion of foreign culture
  • Arunachal Pradesh is a land of cultural hegemony that requires special care and  rigid laws to preserve it for next generation to come
  • of AP has set to establish a Dept called Indigenous Faith & Cultural Affairs to safeguard the first fading values of Indigenous culture
  • Indigenous Faith & Cultural Society of Arunanchal Pradesh has been working relentlessly to prevent the cultural erosion and to bring back indigenous people together for a common goal and traditional practices which are under the threat of extinct
  1. The celebration also witnessed a cultural fete – cum – competition of traditional dance and drama as per VKV calendar.
  2. Vote of thanks was extended by Sri H.J. Singh



       Gita Jayanti Celebration:  Attendance: 370 no

  1. Focus of the Event:
  • To popularise the doctrine of The Bhagavat Gita
  • Gita as  a manual of life
  • To let the students learn to live a life spiritually meaningful
  • Gita as a elixir of life
  1. Welcome Address: By Panchanan Tripathy, Principal
  • Formally welcomed the gathering
  • Bhagavat Gita is an ancient Indian Text  means the song of the lord
  • It deals with Indian intellectual and spiritual tradition having 18 chapters
  • Rishi Vyasa is said to be the person behind the compilation chapters of Gita
  • Gita Jayanti is the celebration of the discourse of The Bhagavat Gita
  • Gita teaches the lesson of humanity, leadership and other qualities that can lead a human being a successful, happy and focussed life.
  • Gita provides humans with wisdom to solve the toughest problem of life.
  • Bhagavat Gita was Swami Vivekananda’s lifelong companion
  1. Significance of the day: Mrs Shefali  Bharadwaj, Teacher
  • Gita Jayanti is a celebration of the gift of Bhagavat Gita
  • It is the birthday of the Bhagavat Gita
  • It is the holiest of all the scriptures of Hinduism
  • Gita is a central treatise of the expansive epic, The Mahabharata
  • It has 18 chapters and 700 hymns in the form of discourse  
  • The discourse of Gita took place just before the start of Kurushetra war
  • The teachings of Gita are universal by nature
  • Gita gives the message of solace, peace, freedom, salvation and perfection of all human beings
  • The four Yogas are well expounded in Gita

       The celebration also witnessed chanting of chapter 17 of The Bhagavat Gita by all students and teachers followed by a small quiz competition on Bhagavat Gita.

  1. Vote of Thanks: It was extended by Smt. Binghu Nair.  She urged one and all to read Bhagavat Gita daily. If we understand the values of Bhagavat Gita in true sense, many of our day to day problems will get reduced and we can lead a blissful life
  2. Celebration ended with Shanti Mantra