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I have heard an anecdote of a boy who happened to cogitate at the people who are restless and unhappy. One day he asked his grandmother about it. She replied “It is not possible for life to make a selfish person happy, whatever temporary satisfactions may come along. But...” She added, “Life can give you joy if you live for the joy of others,” The teachers who comprehend this may become more selfless which help them to be affectionate and working beyond the comfortable frontier. The unselfish teacher becomes a model to the students and his/her footsteps are followed by many.

There are many activities which happened during the month of September & October that reflect such unselfish endeavors of teachers, parents, well-wishers etc.

One such example is the inception of VKV Dollungmukh. The untiring works of a few namely Er.RatanTebin, Er.KinaTamik, Shri.MagaTasso, VKV Alumnus have taken lead to materialize the dream of the local populace of Dollungmukh to set up a VKV there.

Inauguration ofVKV Dollungmukh

The 34th VKV of Arunachal Pradesh was inaugurated in Dollungmukh on 28 September 2015.Shri BengiaTolum, Nyishi Elite Society president and Shri.Rakesh, Executive Director NHPC Subansiri Project jointly inaugurated the VKV in the presence of Dr. Joram Begi, Director of all the VKVs of North Eastern Region & Trustee of VKVAP Trust, other dignitaries, a large number of well-wishers, officials of NHPC and parents. It was encouraging to see the enthusiasm of people who have assembled there. NHPC is committed for the creation of infrastructure under its CSR scheme.



“Snehavardhini” of VKV Nirjuli conducted Vimarsh-II on the topic “Bharatiya Nari” on 27th September 2015. There were 140 mothers were present for the programme.

It was conducted to deal with the status of Indian women and the manifold dimensions of women’s role in fostering various aspects of family and social values. It aimed at enlightening women to liberate them from the preponderance of social stigmas, which women are victim to and as a result stymied their progress.The programme was conducted as a part of the yearlong celebration of Mananeeya Eknathji Ranade Janma Shati Parva(MEJSP).Vimarsh-II was attended by 135 mothers . The participants were greatly benefitted by the edifying speech of Su. Radha didi , who expatiated on the numerous facets of “Indian Women, Family and Society,” citing wide range of empirical and didactic allusions. The cruces of the value points of Radha didi’s speech are highlighted below:

Women are the embodiment and epitome of tolerance and virtuosity. They need to be emancipated, relaxing the imposition on their mobility by elevating their status through education.

Mother is not a worker. She is an expression of magnanimity in the form of Tyaga and Seva.

Woman is like water. She takes the shapes as per the situation and bears the responsibility of unification and reconciliation in all matters of the family.
Atma is one and it has got no differences.

Women need to be buoyed up to stand on their own feet to unfetter them from all social restraints. Education is the only instrument which can bring about better exposure of women’s outlook to life.

Adi Sankaracharya’s argument on Advaida , he took the judge as the wife of the opponent. Women have such knowledge and quality.

female can make the family one. Our ancient traditional values need to be inherited and carried on to strengthen the bondage of family and to avert any unfavourable elements which threaten this bondage.

Our culture is unique. A small family contributes to the whole world. A mother sees with a vision and thus the family unit becomes successful.
There was a lively interactive session after the address of Radha didi in which the participants put forward some pragmatic problems which they encounter in their daily life. The queries and doubts were clarified by didi. In the epilogue, mothers placed a request to incorporate both fathers and mothers in such programmes to make it more effective.

We have organized Vimarsh of  MEJSP programme in our campus on 28th September 2015 to have an interaction on two topics - Dharma the soul of India and Seva and service. Sri. Ganesh Dhungana welcomed the guest and introduced Eknathji and his works. The main speaker of this programme was Sri. N.Negi, Senior teacher, Higher Secondary school raga. He spoke on the topic Dharma : the soul of India and explained various dharma that we need to practice. He also made it clear that Dharma has no connection with religion. Sri. Padmanabhan, Principal, VKV Raga handled the topic Seva and its Indian concept. He spoke about Indian concept of Seva that  focuses on Nation-building,  and Vivekananda Kendra works for creating  a new generation who make it practical. The programme was started at 3:00pm and was over by 5.00.The programme helped us to get new five well-wishers and supporters of VKV

Sri. N. Negi spoke on the topic Dharma : the Soul of India.

The celebrations of Sri Krishna Janmastami, Ganesh Chaturti were conducted in the school level on 5th and 17th September respectively.

A Puja was performed on Janmastami. Different houses displayed their  "Jhankis" in their best manner.

On Ganesha Chaturti, prayers were offered by performing puja. The next day immersion of lord Ganesha took place. All staffs and students 258 members took part in the celebration.

ITANAGAR, Sept 28: Nyishi Elite Society president Bengia Tolum and NHPC Subansiri project Executive Director Rakesh jointly inaugurated a VKV school with hostel facility in presence of VKV Arunachal Pradesh Trust, Director, Dr. Joram Begi and other dignitaries at Dollungmukh under Lower Subansiri district today.

Speaking on the occasion, VKVAP Trust joint secretary Radha Devi, highlighting the role of VKV disclosed that 33 VKV schools are imparting quality education in the state at present.

On the occasion of Mananeeya  Eknathji  Janma Shati  Parva , in a very tremendous atmosphere Virmarsh was conducted in VKV Kuporijo’s school prayer hall. It was commenced on 16th Sept.2015 at in the presence of 22 parents. Sri Jumli Ligu, Nagar Pramukh, Arun Jyoti, was ascended the chair as a chief guest. In this respect, the following topics had been jotted down.

1) Dharma  :- The soul of  India.
2) Seva  
3) Bharatiya Womanhood.

Continuing the phase wise celebration of 100th Birth Anniversary of Mananeeya Eknathji, founder President, Vivekananda Kendra, a College level Yuva Sammelan was organized here in VKV Kuporijo on 19th September 2015. The program started with the rhythm of 3 omkar and Shanti Path along with lightning of Lamp by Sri. Ashis Chatterjee, Principal In-charge, VKV Kuporijo. He also delivered welcome address after a patriotic group song presented by Class-IX students. Sri. Sadung Gyadu, APCS of 2009 batch, an X-VKVian from VKV Kuporijo (Kuporijo’s first batch), CO Payeng circle with additional charge of DTO, Upper Subansiri District, Successful, Young and Energetic, came as a resource person and took the session on the topic “Channelizing Youth Power” which was also the theme of said Yuva Sammelan.

As per the agenda, the group discussion on the topic “Role of the youth” was moderated by Sri. Tako Siga, teacher VKV Kuporijo, also a Karyakarta through VKV Arun Jyoti since 2001. The discussion’s conclusion was also given by him. He also initiated the inspiring PPTs and Videos display with the help of a projector.

A Debate was also done on the topic “Whether transformation in society is good or not”. For the discussion, Sri. C.B Chetry, teacher VKV Kuporijo, was the mediator, Sri. Krishna Taman and Sri. Bishwnath Mahata, both also teacher of VKV Kuporijo, were the judge.  The debate went nicely and the participants enjoyed and learnt it a lot.
Concluding the program, Sri. Arun Pakrin, Nagar Sangathak, VK Arun Jyoti Daporijo, Upper Subansiri Dist. informed about the next level “Vijay Hi Vijay” Camp in Pasighat. Then program ended with Kendra Prathna at 3:30 pm.

There were 30 participants from one and only College of Upper Subansiri Dstrict i.e. Daporijo Government College. 13 were the girls and rests were the boys. During the session of the Sri. Gyaduji, the 45 students of Class-X, VKV Kuporijo was called up to get inspirational thoughts from him.
The program was done in joint collaboration of VKV Kuporijo and VK Arun Jyoti Daporijo. Over all, the program was coordinated by Sri. Tako Siga, as mentioned, who is also a teacher coordinator for MEJSP.



Financial Assistance for VKVs

Financial Assistance for VKVs