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Orientation Workshop on Final Board Examination Preparation

Aiming to provide an intense training on securing good marks and result in the Final Board Examination which is going to be conducted by Arunachal Pradesh State Board (APSB) for the academic session 2019 – 20 targeting the grades especially V and VIII a one day orientation workshop was organized by Sri Ashok Singh, the principal of VKV Joram and Sri Pranjal Kumar Das, the Mathematics teacher of the school. Though the workshop was organized for the students of grades V and VIII but the students of grades VI and VII were also attended the workshop. There were 110 participants including boys and girls as well as 6 teachers in the workshop. It is aimed that this orientation workshop will act as an effective supplement and  boost the performance of students for final examination .

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REPORT ON CELEBRATION OF REPUBLIC DAY

 On the auspicious morning of 26th January 2020, our school Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya Joram celebrated 71st Republic Day in the school premises. It was the matter of great pride for all of us. The principal, teachers and the students didn’t want to leave any stone unturned in making this monumental day a memorable one. To make the program a remarkable one, 10 teaching staffs, 2 non – teaching staffs and 173 students were present in the function.

The students from different hostels as well as all the day scholar students gathered in the school campus at 6:30 a.m. After that all the students were divided into two groups in two lines for Prabhat Feri with a set of effective patriotic slogans in the hands of the students written on the cardboard. The Prabhat Feri was started from the school premises to the Joram Tin-Ali Centre and returned back to the origin. After coming back everybody stood straight for National Anthem sung by the teachers and the students. Then the Principal of the school, Sri Ashok Singh delivered a brief valuable speech on the significance of the day. After this, students presented cultural items.

These cultural items included patriotic songs, folk dances and speeches. The students of grade VIII (8) to class I performed their class song in a melodious voice. After this the students of grade IV (4) performed the Lezim dance under the guidance of Sri Probhat Newar, the PT teacher of the school. Then, the students of grade II to V performed  beautiful folk dance.  The cultural programs were judged by a couple of teachers, Sri Ashok Singh and Sri Dharmeswar Tanti. Then the function ended with the distribution of chocolates among the students.

Despite weather being inclement, all the teachers as well as the students enjoyed 71st Republic Day with great enthusiasm.

Participated In Indian Science Congress - VKV Joram 

Rashtriya Kishore Vaigyanik Sammelan (Children’s Science Congress-2019) is an important part of Indian Science Congress (ISC). Since its inception, it has proved to be a unique event with a very clear focus on raising the bar of research and innovation in science in our country. The target group of 10-17 years of children make it more relevant as they will carry forward the spark of taking innovation and research in science to a next level. The main objective of the Rashtriya Kishore Vaigyanik Sammelan (Children’s Science Congress - 2019) is to provide a platform to the budding scientists to showcase their research work and projects being developed by them. It also motivates the young and talented children to work in the field of science and technology and make a successful career in the same along-with contributing in solving the problems of our nation. Rashtriya Kishore Vaigyanik Sammelan (Children’s Science Congress-2019) encourages a sense of discovery among the students as it gives courage to the participants to raise a question on different aspects of the progress.

Rashtriya Kishore Vaigyanik Sammelan - 2020 was held at University of Agricultural Science,Bengaluru Karnataka during the 107th Session of Indian Science Congress on 3-7th January 2020. On 3rd January 2020, Shri Narendra Modi Hon’ble Prime Minister of India Inaugurated the program in the august presence of Shri B.S. Yediyurappa Hon’ble Chief Minister , Govt. of Karnataka .Co-member of the 1st and 2nd position of project selected at State level NCSC-2019,  got the  opportunity to participate in the 107th Rashtriya Kishore Vaigyanik Sammelan - 2020 .  Km. Sorang Tutu  of VKV JORAM and  Kr. Rijamso Karap of VKV AMLIANG along with Escort Smt. Dugra Tripathi  of VKV Joram  represented Arunachal Pradesh and Presented their projects in Indian Science Congress . The event consisted of invited talks by renowned scientists and various competitions such as science exhibitions, scientific quizzes which were further enhanced the intellect of the students. Workshops were also conducted to give the students hands on experience. The projects finalized by DST was showcased and students had the opportunity to listen and interact with the Young Scientists and Nobel Laureates.

Prents Meet Conducted - VKV Joram

A Parent Teacher Meet was held on 120th Dec,2019 to discuss the performance of students with their parents. There were 60 parents attended the meeting. The main objective of the meeting was to create a common platform, where teacher and parents come together to discuss student’s performance and devise ways to enrich their learning experience. Principal Shri Ashok Kumar gave the inaugural speech. The teachers briefed the parents about their ward’s performance during first- term.  Sri Pranjal Kumar Das gave a short workshop to the parents on the new pattern of assessment. The progress report for the first- term was shown to the parents and their suggestions were noted. Together they identified the areas of strength and weakness of the child and sorted out ways to boost the child’s performance. Parents were encouraged to appreciate student’s participation in all academic activities. This helped to create the necessary consciousness among parents to stimulate their interest in the students and the school. They gave their view points and suggestions to teachers regarding the school and its development. On the occasion of parents meeting a exhibition was arranged were the students of class I to VIII presented their ideas in front of patents. Total 48 students took part in the exhibition. Two respected teachers were invited from Govt. Sec. School Joram to judge the exhibition. Km. Joram Nanu and Km.Likha Ania who are going to Thiruvananthapuram  for NCSC also presented the project in-front of the parents.  Parents appreciated the exhibition and the initiative of the school. The parents gave a very positive feedback regarding the various activities and facilities provided by the school. The meeting helped to create better understanding between parents and teachers and build harmonious relationship between the school and the community. The PTM came to an end with the conclusion that the progress of the students depends on the joint effort of parents and teachers. The whole PTM meeting went from 10.a.m. till 11.30 a.m

Indigenous Faith Celebrated - VKV Joram

With a view to honour and promote the indigenous faiths and beliefs of Arunachal Pradesh, Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya, Joram celebrated Indigenous Faith Day in a befitting way on 1st of December 2019. On the auspicious occasion, Sri Joram Bath, Ex-ASM cum SMC Chairperson graced the occasion. The programme was started with lightening of the lamp and mangalacharanam. Principal sir, Sri Ashok Singh welcomed and felicitated the guest with an Assamese Gamocha.

Sri Dipok Chetri highlighted the significance of the day. In his speech, he focussed on the importance of preservation of tribal traditions and religious behaviour for keeping their ethnic identity intact and at the same time he also told on Tolum Rukbo, a famous personality of Arunachal Pradesh.

Meanwhile, the children performed a cultural show like drama, traditional dance etc. to mark the occasion. All the children came with their traditional attire. The In-Charge of this program was Sri Dipok Chetri.

The guest, Sri Joram Bath delivered a morale valued speech. Expressing concern to the drastic change in preserving the ancestral cultures and traditions that are committed by present day youths, he urged the students to know about their culture and tradition and preserve and promote it in a proper way.  He also added for being a good disciplined student and to carry forward the good name and fame for the society.

Some prizes of annual sports were also given away by the guest on the occasion. The programme was ended with Shanti Mantra