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Sadgamay Shibir @ VKV Jairampur

Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya Jairampur conducted 3 day residential Sadgamay Shibir from 3rd Oct to 5th October 2017. There were 60 students attended in the camp drawn from 6 schools of Jairampur area. The registration was done by Sri Deep Kakati . There were 24 boys and 36 girls participated in the camp. Vivek hostel was allotted for the accommodation of boys under the care of hostel in chargers Sri Anil Patwari and Sri Moonmay Mazummdar . Ramakrishna hostel was allotted for the girls under the in charge of Smt. Meenkashi Dineshan.

All the participants attended the evening prayer on the first day and were given necessary instructions by the coordinator Sri Kalyanam Bharadwaj. Sri Panchanan Tripathy, Principal briefed the participant on the modalities of the Shibir.

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  1. Name of the Event: U.B. Day Celebration
  2. Date of the Event:11th Sept 2017, Time: 10.00 AM,
  3. Venue: School Prayer Hall
  4. Target Group: Students, teachers, Parents, well-wishers
  5. Attendance: 400
  6. Focus of the event:
  • To spread the doctrine of universal brotherhood
  • To commemorate the epoch making speech of Swamiji made at World Parliament Religions, Chicago
  • To escalate Swamiji’s message of cosmic love and spirituality
  • To egg on Hindu tradition and cultural hegemony
  1. Welcome Address: Sri Panchanan Tripathy, Principal
  • Formally welcomed the gathering & Introduced the dignitaries
  1. Spoke on the achievements of the school
  2. Vivekananda Kendra: A Thought Movement
  3. Satisfactory academic performance in Class X & XII exams
  4. Got sanctioned by NITI, Aayog, Atal Tinkering Lab
  5. Got First Position District Level Science Seminar
  • Celebration of 40 years of relentless service of VKVs
  • Conducted Run for Brotherhood – A Marathon
  • Involved local people, public leaders, students, teachers and Assam Rifle, Jairampur in the marathon
  • Sri Izmir Tikhak, Sr Public Leader flagged off the race
  • Universal Brotherhood is a slogan for a better way of life
  • Though gregarious by nature, human beings stand completely divided
  • It is not a gospel merely to be preached by words but an essential attribute to our conduct and behaviours
  • Vasudeva Kutumvakam – the world is one house and we are all one family
  • To arrest all human remedies, the only way is to reverse the gear from violence to love and peace i.e. brotherhood
  • The secret of blessed life is cosmic love
  1. Significance of the Day: By Amit Kumar, Teacher
  • Swami Vivekananda had a broad outlook from his early spring of life
  • He gave a call to stick the fundamental principles of religions which are common to all of them
  • Swami Vivekananda was a man of great spiritual tolerance
  • He over shined as a great patriot and a spiritual guru
  • He was instrumental in spreading the message of cosmic love
  • The goal of universal brotherhood to unite the people and to establish tolerance, peace and truth
  • There is one religion i.e. love and universal brotherhood
  • There is only one caste i.e. the caste of humanity
  • Develop boundless love for all and live in peace
  1. Address by the Guest of Honour: Sri John Pada, SDPO Miaun
  • VKVs are synonyms to quality education
  • It has produced so many good citizens who are serving all over India
  • India has a present as it had a glorious past
  • India has paramount contribution in the field of computer science
  • India never declared war against any nation
  • We are marching ahead in the world. India only confirmed that there is no water in moon.
  • VKV Jairampur has a very rich legacy
  • Being an alumni of VKV, I urge the VKVians of today to protect it from the invasion of intruders and drugs
  • Swami Vivekananda & Ma. Eknathji ignited our minds
  1. Ashir Vachan: By Sri S.S. Choudhury, ADC, Jairampur,CG
  • Feel proud to be an Indian where such godly people were born
  • Feel proud for our rich culture and tradition
  • Respect all human values & virtues
  • Obliged to the teachers of VKVs for nurturing and giving value-based education
  • Children required god guidance, love and care for their growth
  • Must be thankful to the parents to give them in a school like VKV to study
  • Obey and respect the parents
  • Tagore said: To know India study Vivekananda
  • Many officer friends are from VKV background and they are doing exemplarily well
  • Take a pledge to preserve our culture and spread the message of brotherhood
  • Negate yourself from antisocial act. Satyameba Jayate. Adopt the path of truth and placidness
  • Work for the nation, prove your credential as a noble human being
  1. In addition, the celebration also witnessed a few beautiful cultural programmes to add colours to the event:
  2. A Patriotic song
  3. Group dance
  4. Group Song
  5. Action Song
  6. Skit on Prahallada
  7. Classical Dance
  8. Vote of Thanks: KV Dineshan



Run for Brotherhood – A Marathon

Jairampur,Sept 11: Vivekananda Kendra, a spiritually oriented service mission, is a thought movement started under the leadership of Mananiya Eknathji Ranade with the twin ideals of Man Making & Nation Building in 1972. It has galaxy of service activities in every nook and corner of India ablated centrally by the karyakarthas having its headquarter at Vivekanandapuram, Kanyakumari. The genesis of every project and service activity of the Kendra is mooted with the divine inspiration of Swami Vivekananda and His kaleidoscopic vision of the society in general and countryside in particular. In lieu of such vision and mission, Vivekananda Kendra has explored the proximity of its realization through the mandate of education, renunciation, dedication and service. The quality education being the panacea to all evils, that the Kendra has adopted as one of its weapons to curvature the degeneration of human values, is the only reason to open the centre of learning wherever the necessity was agglutinated. The people of Arunachal Pradesh placidly felt the dignity of true education and reciprocated Vivekananda Kendra to launch its educational activities in the state. Initially, the teachers after being trained were put in the Govt. schools to nurture the children, but soon it was realized to have pervaded constraints in the five fold developments of the learners. This invited acute pressure from the parents and public leaders to open schools by Vivekananda Kendra to impart value based education to the needy children of Arunachal Pradesh and thereby, seven schools were conceptualized in 1977, of which, VKV Jairampur is one. The journey of VKVs in the proximal of education has, thus, called upon a celebration of 40 years of relentless service of VKVs by the alumina to accolade their loving complements to their temples of learning. ‘Run for Brotherhood – A Marathon’ is a great leap forward in the outline of an invitation to one and all to spread the doctrine of brotherhood that Swami Vivekananda has left to his followers and disciples to domicile upon,  as well as to have a serene beginning to the year long celebration.

 VKV Jairampur, being one of the first seven schools, too organized the ‘Run for Brotherhood – A Marathon’ on the eve of Universal Brotherhood Day to join in the celebration of 40 Years of relentless Service of VKVs to the people of Arunachal Pradesh. The marathon was attended by students, teachers, public leaders, VKVians, Assam Rifle and the people of the area at Police Check Post, Jairampur early in the morning to run for brotherhood. Sri Izmir Tikhak, senior public leader and well wisher of VKVs flagged off the venerated participants gathered over there. In his inaugural address, he spoke very lavishly about the contributions of VKVs to the people of Arunachal.

The marathon also witnessed the ostentatious roles of the youth of the area who were found very stanch to showcase the pragmatism of brotherhood to establish tolerance, truth and peace giving vent to truth which is not something exclusive but that every path, religion, philosophy, culture has a path of truth.


Following the tradition of Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalayas, the programme has been set on ‘Guru Purnima’ in the school to worship ‘Guru’ and feel the importance of ‘Guru’ to get enlightment in the life of students. With the presence of parents of class-VIII students the programme gets started with the introduction by Kalyanam Sir mentioning briefly importance of the day. In the welcome address Principal sir lay emphasis on ‘Guru-sisha parampara’ which is the core of Indian educational system.

Value point of the Speech by Principal Sir-

  • Explain the term ‘Guru’ and mention of the role of Guru in the life of the students.
  • Indicate the gravity of the day with reference to Vede Vyas and Buddhadev.
  • Guru-shisha parampara that brings total union between Guru and shisha.
  • Oneness which is the core of Indian life and culture

The welcome address is followed by beautiful ‘Guru bhajan’ chanted by the students and then speech by Amit Sir on ‘Significance of the day’.

Value points of the speech by Amit Sir-

  • Taking reference from Indian mythology he clearly indicates the role of ‘Guru’ played in the life of the pupils.
  • He urges the people to carry on the Guru-shisha parampara generation after generation.

In between Kalyanam Sir mentions the meaning of the Kendra prayer where the role and identity of an individual who takes work as only goal of life, is clearly highlighted.

Following rituals of  puja has been performed. With utmost devotion the pupils worship their teachers and the teachers give the blessings to them.

After puja the programme reaches to conclusion. In the ‘vote of thanks’  K.V Dineshan Sir taking instances from Ramayana highlights again the role of ‘Guru’ in the life of a students. The programme has its conclusion with Shanti Mantra.


  1. Name of the Event: International Yoga Day 2017
  2. Date & Time: 21/06/2017 Time: 7.00 AM, Venue: New Market Jairampur & VKV JRP
  3. Target Group: Students, teachers, well-wishers, local populace
  4. Focus of the programme:
  • To adopt yoga as a way of life
  • To aware the therapeutic effects of yoga on body, mind and intellect
  • To help preserve ancient Indian tradition
  • To spread the doctrine of oneness
  1. Attendance: 700 (Both Venues)
  2. Welcome & Significance of the Day: By Panchanan Tripathy, Principal

Key points of Address

  • Yoga an inevitable gift of ancient Indian tradition
  • Connect body, mind and intellect
  • Instrumental of holistic approach to good health & well-being
  • The day dates back to Honourable PMof India, Narendra Modi’s address in UNO on 27th Sept 2017
  • UNO adopted this date for International Yoga Day to celebrate world wide
  • Yoga is the elixir of human life
  • It is a spiritual science to discipline body, mind and intellect. Swami Vivekanada, the greatest Indian Spiritual Guru, took spirituality and yoga to International horizon and gave a new identity to it.
  • Vivekananda Kendra, under the aegis of Spiritually Oriented Service Mission, spread this great legacy of Swamiji to humanity and its very basis of practice in the moribund life styles of so called modern people.
  • The word yoga is a derivative from a Sanskrit word yuj meaning to unite or join together
  • As per yogic lore, Lord Siva is said to be the first practitioner of yoga that He transmitted to Saptarishis to further its profundity to whole world
  • Yoga is referred as an immortal cultural outcome of Indus Valley Saraswati Valley Civilization
  • There is reflection of yoga in Vedas & Upanishadas: Pre-Vedic Period has witnessed universal yogic practices under the supervision of Maharishi Patanjali, who later on systematised and codified the different genres of Yoga
  • The place value of Guru, in Indian tradition, determines the attainment success of the disciples: The guru is the advocator of each system of yoga that we practice.
  1. Yoga session: Taken by Sri Sunil B Dhawral, Teacher

The common yoga protocol was unanimously followed to celebrate the IYD 2017. Given below are the yogasanas conducted at both the venues:

  • Standing Asanas - Trikona asana, Padahastasana
  • Sitting Asanas - Pachimottansan, Shashkashana
  • Lying Asanas - Bhujanga Asana, Salvasana, Setuvandasana, Pawanhutasana
  • Pranayam - Bhramari, Ulomvilom, Kapalbhati
  1. Vote of Thanks: Extended by Kalyanam Bharadwaj, Teacher

Programme concluded with Shanti Mantra