VKV KUPORIJO wins District Level Science Exhibition on 16th November 2017.
Sri Tabom Nilling, Class X bags the first position .
And model of Sri Roshan Hali , Class X was adjudged as best sub theme.
Sri Tabom Nilling along with Sri Suman Kondha, escort teacher will proceed to Itanagar on 19th for State Level.
On 15th November School Level science exhibition was organised. A total of 25 models were exhibited out of that 12 working models were displayed.
VKV Kuporijo conducted 3 days non residential Shibir from 2nd Oct to 4th Oct 2017.
No. Of students : 30
School participated : 8
Govt Sec. School Sikarijo, Govt Sec School Rijo, Govt upper primary school town middle, Govt Bazar Middle school, Sacred Heart School, Blue Mount School, Govt Sec school Lida, VKV Kuporijo.
The Shibir was inaugurated by Dr.B. Paul Dist Research Officer on 2nd October. He said " This Shibir will help students to learn every aspect of personality development".
On 3rd October Sri Tasa Motu, Publicity secretary indigenous faith and culture took a session on Indigenous faith and culture . He touched the essence of it by vivid example.
Read more: Sadgamaya Shibir - Vkv kuporijo
11th September : VKV Kuporijo celebrated Universal Brotherhood Day on 11th September . Sri A.K. Singh , Deputy Commissioner Daporijo was invited as Chief Guest . Addressing the gathering he expressed his satisfaction on the overall progress of the school. He announced that the dist. administration will extend support to develop infrastructure and boundary for the school. He told about a surprise package which he will give for this school in the coming days. He said “ The contribution of VKVs in the field of education is exemplary. It has brought a lot of change in the society” He complimented VKV Kuporijo Alumni for donating Rs 125000 for the fire victims of New Market Daporijo.
Sri Tripur M.P. Chaubey , S.T VKV Kuporijo presented on the significance of the day.
Kr. Vedaj class- X , presented Chicago address .
Sri Ashis Chatterjee , Principal VKV Kuporijo welcomed the audience and presented a report on various activities and achievements of the school.
Sri Tako Siga, A.T. VKV Kuporijo updated parents about SBI collect and digital online banking.
A group of VKV Kuporijo Alumni headed by Sri Dular Dujom brought the donation amount and handed it to representative of Bazar Committee New Market through DC Daporijo. Few of them expressed their memories of this school.
Sri Rajib Konwor, A.T. VKV Kuporijo anchored the programme.
The meeting was followed by a cultural programme.
A total of 368 parents and well wishers attended the programme.
VKV Kuporijo conducted Hindi Deshbhakti Kavi Sammelan on 28th January 2017. This Sammelan gave a platform to budding poets of eleven schools to present their self composed poem on patriotism and glory of India. Apart from host school following schools of Daporijo participated.
- Abotani school, Govt. Sec. School Lida, Iman Memorial School, Blue Mount School, Govt. Sec. School Rijo, Govt. Bazar School, Subansiri Public School, Adarsh School, Vivekananda Public School, Si- Donyi Public School .
Every year VKV Kuporijo organises this Sammelan on the eve of Republic Day. Addressing the students Chief Guest Ms. Nyari Tawe, Hindi Lecturer Daporijo Govt. College appealed all to devout themselves for nation building through education . She appreciated the talents of young upcoming poets of different schools . Sri Ashis Chatterjee , Principal VKV Kuporijo urged all to imbibe good values and continue the skill of writing good composition. 215 students witnessed the programme. Sri J.B. Jadhav, Hindi teacher took initiative along with class IX students to coordinate and arrange the programme.
The day was observed by organising various events corresponding with Hindi language involving all the students . Attendance : 350 students
- Exhibition of Hindi articles & collage ( 50 nos. )
- Doggerel , Hymn and Odes
- Speech on importance and promotion of language
On the occasion Dr. Nyage Gei, District Medical Officer, Daporijo was the chief guest. He recalled his connection with Swami Vivekananda movement in Arunachal Pradesh. He urged the students to develop the habit of hard work and follow the ideology of Swami Vivekananda. Kr. Mato Kyamdo delivered the speech which was delivered by Swamiji at Chicago. Sri Ashis Chatterjee , Principal VKV Kuporijo widely appealed all to actively involve themselves to follow the path of Swami Vivekananda. Around 259 well wishers, parents & students attended the programme. A cultural programme was also arranged.
On the auspicious occasion of Guru Purnima, Guru puja was done in the prayer hall of the school with spiritual tradition. Km. Kibi Dugi and Kr. Rajesh Rai class - X , spoke on the importance of the day. Guru puja was led by Km. Yade Dai Class X, with vedic slokas and mantras. All class X students sought blessing from gurus. All students offered
flowers to Omkara.
Students presented Guru Bhajans . Attendance - Boys - 192, Girls - 246, Teachers - 14
Sri Ashis Chatterjee, The Principal of the school read letter of Nivedita Didi which was sent on the occasion of Guru Purnima. Sri Kalyanam Bharadwaj explained the meaning of Kendra Prarthana. All teachers discussed and presented their views . It was unanimously agreed that each one of us will go through the book 'Goal and the Way' and present one stanza after evening prayer from 25th July 2016 onwards. Also senior students will be given task as group activity to explain each line of Kendra Prarthana in school morning assembly from next week
21st June 2016: VKV Kuporijo celebrated 2nd International Yoga Day with much fervour. Students demonstrated different postures of yoga like stretching of arms, slowly inhaling and exhaling, loosening exercises and Surya Namaskar from 7 am to 8 am.
Attendance: 13 teachers and 292
Preparation: Students had practise sessions for week long under the guidance of Smt. Sheela J.Jadhav and Sri Ranjan Kr. Chaudhury, PET.
Participation in Public Program: There was common mass yoga demonstration programme at 6.00 AM. in Daporijo. Sri Komkar Dulom DC Daporijo, HOD’s and staff of govt. Department, NGO’s and few schools participated.
Participation: 72 students from the school along with two teachers participated.