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Matri Puja for the students of Class X

VKV Tezu conducted Matri Puja for the outgoing students of class X on 11th Feb, 2019 in view of imbibing Indian tradition of “Matri Devo Bhava, Pitru Devo Bhava, Acharya Devo Bhava & Rasta Devo Bhava in the students. There were 23 students along with their mothers and fathers took part in this spiritual celebration. The occasion was commenced with the students washing their mothers’ feet at the entrance of the hall followed by a formal welcome given by Sri S K Behera, the Principal of the school. Sri P K Pandey, the CIC of Lohit & Tirap Vibhag enlightens the students and the parents with his motivational talk on the given topic ‘essence of love and respect for mother and father’.

Sri Krishna Kumar, the Officer VKVAPT, invoked and chanted hymns and students performed puja. On the very outset he spoke the students about the importance of performing this Matri Puja in front of all so that they would never forget to respect, love and care for their parents. This was an emotional and serene atmosphere which could pave the way to strengthen the bond between mother and child. Some parents and students came forward to share their unforgettable and blissful experience they had on that day.

Sadhana Diwas was celebrated - VKV Tezu

Sadhana Diwas was celebrated on 19th Nov’18 on the school premises. Teachers and students of the school took part in programme in the morning at 8.10 am in the school assembly. Sri Uttam Kr Patel, a teacher of the school spoke on the occasion. A rich tribute in the form of flower offering, prayer, gita chanting, patriotic song, Sadhana Diwas message sent by Man. Nivedita didi, and a cleanliness programme in the school campus were organised to commemorate Mananeeya  Eknathji and his service to the mankind. There was a swadhaya among the teachers on Man. Nivedita didi’s Sadhna Diwas Letter & bhajan sandhya in the afternoon.


Library Week Observed - VKV Tezu

Library week was observed in VKV Tezu from 19th to 25th November, 2018 inculcating a sense of importance of book reading and an awareness of reading habit in the young minds of the school. It was inaugurated on 19th November, 2018 on Sadhana Diwas by Sri Suresh Kr Behera, Principal, Tezu at 09.00 am.

Library books which were brand new displayed and hung in the School Library to inflame the interest of students towards library and library reading.

Students from Class VII to VIII were taken to District Library, Tezu for library reading from 21st to 22nd November, 2018 for an hour for each class during the days. There was a mass reading of library books on 24th November, 2018 on Guru Nanak Jayanti. There were 125 students at a time read the books of their choice sitting on the school ground in the same day. Library activities like Book review and its presentation in the school assembly were assigned to the senior students randomly in the rotation wise during the week.

Childrens Day Celebrated - VKV Tezu

VKV Tezu celebrated Children’s Day with fun and gay on 14th November on its school premises. There was ‘Bal Mela’ on the theme ‘Community & Culture’. Students from Class VI to X participated in the exhibition and they were divided into various communities such as Mishmi, Adi, Tagin, Khamti, Tangsa Assamese, Bengali, Nepali & North India. Each community showcased on the given five sub topics: History, Dress & Costume, Food & Beverage, Rituals & Customs and Art & Literature. Dr Amin Tayeng, the gynaecologist, General Hospitsl, Tezu and also an VKV Alumnae graced the occasion as Chief Guest and inaugurated the Exhibition halls. He extended his appreciation over children on their talent and creativity as they have brought their tradition and culture through this project. All the parents were invited to visit the Mela along with their wards & children. The best three exhibitions which were declared by the judges are Tangsa & Tagin , Nepali and North India respectively.

Indegenous Faith Day Celebrated - VKV Tezu

Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya, Tezu, Arunachal Pradesh organised Traditional Dance and Drama Competitions on its school premises as a part of celebration of IF Day on 1st  December, 2018. Teachers & students of the school participated in the morning procession along with local people as public a public programme. The Programme in the school started with invocation Mishmi Prayer by children from Mishi Faith Promotion Society followed by a welcome address by Sri S K Behera, Principal, VKV, Tezu. Students in four houses staged their cultural competitions: dramas & dances. Sri Soplan Manyu, DFO, Lohit Dist graced the occasion as the Chief Guest. He appealed the students to retain their own culture & tradition what comes to them. He also advocated that their culture and tradition is in threat due to modern life style and in the hands of certain groups. It was their responsibilities to protect and pass on their age old belief and faith to the generation. The judges for the competitions judged the events and gave the necessary feedback.