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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

Paricipated In National Children’s Science Congress - VKV Joram

National Children’s Science Congress (NCSC), arguably the flagship programmed of the National Council for Science and Technology Communication (NCSTC), Department of Science Technology (DST), Govt. of India, is a platform for millions of children in the age group of 10-17 years to showcase their creativity in solving problems that envelope their mundane lives. They follow “Methods of Science” to tackle problems drawn from the focal theme and arrive at “alternatives”, which are documented, presented and shared in larger platforms with all support systems. NCSC plays a pivotal role in inculcating scientific temperament in the children. When the education system in the world is focusing on Activity based learning, NCSC has proved to be one such initiative in the Indian Diaspora.

In the State Level Children’s Science congress 2019 organized on 19th and 20th November, 2019 at Arunachal Pradesh Science Centre, IG park, Itanagar, 73 projects were enrolled by the selected child scientist’s from the twenty five Districts including capital complex, Itanagar ,under the five selected sub- themes of the main Focal Theme “ Science Technology & Innovation for a clean, green and healthy nation”.

Out of the 73 projects presented, 10 projects were adjudged by the panels of evaluators for presentation and representing Arunachal Pradesh in the 27th National Children’s Science Congress 2019 going to be held at Triuvananthapuram, Kerela during 27th to 31st December 2019. Km Joram Nanu (Class VIII) & Likha Ania of class VIII represented VKV Joram in the State Level NCSC  and bagged  1st and 9th position respectively . Both the students will represent Arunachal Pradesh in National level NCSC.

Director Cum Member Secretary of Arunachal Pradesh State Council for Science  technology  Sri CD Mungyak was present as Chief Guest in the valedictory cum Prize distribution ceremony held in the  ,20th evening  to gave away the prizes and certificates to winners and others.

On 22 Nov.2019  State level  students winners (NCSC) and teaching staffs of vkv Joram were felicitated by “JORAM WELFARE SOCIETY” on its foundation day, in the presence of Dr. Joram Begiji.

 National Science Teacher's Congress (NSTC)

Ministry of Science and Technology, Ministry of Earth Sciences & Vijnana Bharati (VIBHA) had organized the 5th India International Science Festival (IISF 2019) from 05th to 08th November 2019 at Kolkata, West Bengal. IISF 2019 was hosted by Vigyan Prasar an autonomous organization under the Department of Science and Technology, Govt. of India at Kolkata, West Bengal. The festival was primarily aimed to involve the common masses to improve their scientific understanding, temperament and appreciation towards various Indian achievements in the field of Science & Technology. It has provided a platform to the young scientists, students, technocrats for exchange of knowledge and ideas. IISF supports Governments’ flagship programs like Swachh Bharat, Digital India, Smart City etc. 

One of the prominent components of IISF was National Science Teachers’ Congress nearly 400 science teachers from kindergarten (KG) to post graduate (PG) had participated in the congress. The two day congress was held on 07th and 08th November 2019. The platform was provided for innovative, dedicated, and passionate teachers to share the experiences and learn the innovative methods of science teaching.  

On 7th November 2019, the program was inaugurated by Hon’ble MHRD minister and after that session has started. The congress had many components like panel discussions on New Education Policy and Science Education, Role of Science Teacher in Science Education, Pedagogy of Science Teaching and Learning, plenary talks by eminent science communicators and educationist on –

  • “Current challenges in the education sector in India: The continuing relevance of Swami Vivekananda and Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan”.
  • “Indian Contribution to Chemical sciences”.
  • “Experimental Learning at various level of Education System”.

A total five teachers of VKVs participated and represented Arunachal Pradesh in the NSTC namely Sri Rajib Prasad (VKV OYAN), Sri Ashok Singh ( VKV JORAM), Sri Monoj Sah (VKV CHIMPU), Sri Dipjyoti Gayon (VKV BANA) and Sri Sridharan sir (VKV JAIRAMPUR).

My Experience from NSTC

It was a great experience for me to be the part of NSTC program. This program provided me opportunity to think scientifically and to derive conclusion logically from the observations and plan experiment to build innovative ideas, at the same time I got exposure to the hands-on presentation/demonstration to enlighten on new teaching methodology/pedagogy for 21 century generation. Educators and scientists provided us unforgettable learning experience through different lectures and demonstrations. More than 15000 participants came from different parts of the country and the program was organized very systematically that no one has faced any kind of problem. Lunch and Dinner was provided at the venue of the program. In the whole program one interesting thing I noticed was that even single plastic material was not used to serve tea, water and different types of food items to more than 15000 people.

Lastly I am thankful from the core of heart to VKVAPT for providing this golden opportunity to be a part of such a wonderful program. Whatever I have learned from the NSTC will definitely help me to deal with my students and subject in a better way.

Gita Chanting Competition School Level Conducted - VKV Joram

Bhagwad Gita chanting competition Karmayoga Shlokasangrah was held on 28/10/2019 (Monday) at 11:30 AM to 02:00 PM. The competition was started with Aikaya Mantra. Group ‘B’ and group ‘C’ have participated in this competition, in each group boys and girls have participated separately. There were 3 groups in which 15 students have participated in group ‘B’ and 21 groups in which 81 students have participated in group ‘C’ altogether there were 24 groups and 96 students who have participated. The competition was judged by Shri Ashish Kumar Sir and Shri Bahubali Sir.
The students who have participated in this competition firstly have introduced themselves and sang Karmayoga Shlokasangrah 28 Shloka with tune and some of the students have explained the meanings too.
In group B boys Sorang Jakru and group have bagged 1st position and group B girls Aradhya Srivastava and group have bagged 1st position.
In group C boys- Amit Paswan, Bamang Aying, Licha Lomin, Likha Tolu and in group C girls- Nich Rina, Likha Ania, Taw Yajo, Joram Adam have bagged 1st position in this competition. In group C boys- Charu Araman, Likha Bida, Joram Tatam, Sumit Paswan, Biri Tath and group C girls- Pani Yache, Debia Menam, Joram Yaniyum and Bamang Nancy have bagged 2nd position in this competition.
After the completion of the competition, judges have explained how to introduce, how they can improve and sing in a better way and how to memorise the Shloka to all the participants.
The competition was ended with Shanti mantra.

Quiz Competition Conducted - VKV Joram

Learning gives creativity, creativity leads to thinking, thinking provides knowledge and knowledge makes us great. Quiz competition is always interesting and informative, which provides excitement among the students and also gives them a lot of knowledge. Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya, Joram conducted a Quiz Competition on 18th of October 2019. It was conducted by our Education Officer Mudralidharan sir, and helped by Sri Dipok Chetri. Muralidharan sir was acted as Quiz Master, Sri Dipok Chetri maintained the scoreboard and Sri Prabhat Newar was the time-keeper. The quiz was begun with chanting of three omkaras followed by introductions of the participants. Before starting the quiz, the quiz master explained the rules and regulations of the quiz.

The Competition was conducted among the selected students of Classes VII and VIII. The students were selected by taking a written Quiz Competition among all the students of Classes VII and VIII on the previous day itself.

The selected students were Kr Likha Kamin of Class VII, Kr Gokia Toy of Classs VIII, Kr. Likha Tolu of Class VII and Kr Joram Chama from Class VII.

There were nine rounds altogether. The students participated actively in that competition. There were some questions for the audience as well and they too participated actively. At the end of the programme, Kr. Likha Kamin secured first position scoring 65 Marks, second position was secured by Kr Joram Chama scoring 60 Marks and the third was Kr Gokia Toy scoring 50 Marks.

The other students of classes IV to VIII were acted as audience. It was really an interesting, motivated, informative and knowledge enriching programme for the participants along with the audience and teachers. The programme was ended with Shanti Mantra.