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Independence Day & Raksha Bandhan Celebration - VKV Yingkiong

Today 73rd Independence Day of India was celebrated with pump and Grandeur at VKV, Yingkiong, Upper Siang District on 15th August (Thursday) 2019. At the same time Raksha Bandhan was also celebrated in the school. The day was started with a procession by the students and teachers early in the morning and it was followed by the hoisting of National Flag by Shri Madan Kr. Sarkar, the principal of the institution at 7am sharp at school premises in presence of all the teachers and around 400 students. It was followed by singing the national anthem “Jana Gana Mana…” tuned by the music of the girls band troupe of the school. Then the principal delivered his valuable speech on the importance of both the days                              ( 73rd Independence Day and Raksha Bandhan) and asked all the students to have patriotic feeling and show respect towards our country. Km. Nui Nopi, a student of class IX anchored the whole programme. A patriotic song was presented by three class girls students. Then sweets are distributed among the children and at the same time all the girls tied their brothers Rakhi.

          On the occasion of Independence Day, there was a procession (Prabhat Pheri) conducted by the students of all four houses namely Aryabhatta, Charaka, Chanakya and Panini with colourful placards containing various patriotic slogans and tri colour national flags of India. Students of class III to X took part in that.  The procession started at 5.30am from the school ground and finished at 6.30am after covering 2km distance around the Yingkiong township. All the house leaders along with six teachers house in-charges led the procession actively. There were attractive prizes for the best three houses on the basis of four criterias i.e., discipline (10 points), Slogans and patriotic songs (10 points), Uses of placards and flags ( 10 points) and active involvement (20 points ). There was a group of four judges to select the first, second and third houses- Sri Arun Kr. Panda, Sri Asim Chanda, Sri Navojyoti Deori and Sri Bikesh Kr. Sahu. The first  prize went to Charaka house scoring total 124 points. The second prize went to Chanakaya house scoring total 116 points and the third prize went to Aryabhatta and Panini house both scoring total 110 points separately. All the students took active participation with a great enthusiasm.

On the same day students of VKV Yingkiong also participated in the competition of various  events conducted by the Govt. administration of Upper Siang District at the General Ground near Community Hall. Students from different 13 schools took part in the various events of the programme. 26 boys from different classes took part in the event of march past under the platoon commander Kr. Kankeng Kombo, a student of class VIII. The band troupe of 36 girls students from class VI to IX under the commandership of Km. Deki Osik, a student of class IX showed a wonderful band display and won the first place. A dance on patriotic song was also performed by 17 girls students from various classes. In the field of Yoga and Pyramid, 55  little participants of different primary classes showed a beautiful Yogic exhibition and won the first place. At the same time some girls students of class VIII tied Rakhi to Sri Aalo Libang, the local MLA ,  the DC and SP of Upper Siang district and other dignitaries presented in the  programme

Report on International Yoga Day Celebration

Today the 5th International Yoga Day was celebrated in VKV Yingkiong on 21st June 2019. The Principal started the programme with delivering a short speech on the importance of the day. The students from class IV to X took part in different Yogic postures as per the teacher’s instructions. At school level the programme started at 6am. Then all the students were taken to the New Multipurpose Community Hall Yingkiong. There they took part in Yoga Asanas Organised by District Health Society (AYUSH) Yingkiong. Shri Karma Leki, Deputy Commissioner of Upper Siang District  as well as many other dignitaries of different Govt Dept. also attended in the programme.  It was a one hour programme i.e., from 7 am to 8 am. Finally the programme ended successfully at 8 am.

The No. of students presented in the programme at school is given below:







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 Varsharambha Puja conducted - VKV Yingkiong

 Varsharambha Puja was conducted in the beginning of the academic session 2019-20 to start the session with hope and prosperity at VKV, Yingkiong on 20th may 2019. The program was started at 9:10 am and continued upto 10 am. It took place in the school prayer hall. The Puja started with  three ‘Om’ karas and shanty mantras. It was followed by chanting of Saraswati bandana and mantras with their lucid explanation done by Bikash Sahu Sir. Then Kendra Prarthana lead by Bikash Sahu Sir was sung by all the students and teachers. Lastly, the programme was ended with the valuable speech of Madan Sarkar Sir, the principal of the school.


The school has celebrated the 70th Republic Day in befitting manner on 26 th Jan.2019. All the students and teachers reported at 5.30 am. The program started with Prabhat pheri from school at 6 am via lower market , upper market area and reached back to school at 7 am. The flag hoisting was done at 7.05 am in the School Assembly ground by  Principal sir with  national anthem followed by importance of the day. After that at 7.15 am our band and march past troops went to Govt. Hr. Sec. School ground to participate in the parade. At 8 am, the participating students were taken to the general ground to participate in march past, band, drama and Yoga cum PT display . For the first time  our students of VKV Yingkiong took part in exhibition stall on  photo panels along with some scientific working models. The students of VKV Yingkiong took part in four events and able to beg first position in march past and PT display cum yoga. One of our student was awarded for getting  first position in drawing and painting competition which was organized by ICDS, Yingkiong on 6/02/2019  on the theme of “Beti Bachao Beti padhao:”



The Matrti Puja for the outgoing students of the class-X was conducted on 15/02/2019 in the school Prayer hall. The program was attended by Shri Krishna Kumar, VKVAPT Dibrugarh and Shri Ajay Kumar, Cluster In-charge of Siang Cluster. After receiving all the  mothers with tilak and Chandan , the program was started with mangalacharan. After the welcome speech by the Principal VKV Yingkiong, Sri Krishnakumar, VKV APT Dibrugarh briefed the significance of Matripuja and lead the Puja. All the students followed Krishnakumar sir and whole heartedly perform the puja and took blessings from their mother. All the students as well as their mothers  were found to be emotional during the Puja as they were experiencing it for the first time. Before the end of the program some students shared their experiences and finally concluded the program by Shanti mantra.

*Feedback of the students were as follows:

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Name of the students

Feed back


Km. Binu Brahma



Km.Mamung Jonkey

Matri Puja is one of the most important program. We must attend this. Mother’s blessings are required for our success.


Kr. Daniel Nangkar

“My mother could not come but I worship her. When I was small , my mother took care of me. I will never do any such work which may hurt my mother.


Kr.Okiling Litin

“It is one of the best program I attended for the first time in my life. When I touched my mother’s feet for the first time I became emotional:.


Km. Duman Nijo

First time I attended the puja. I thought I will not attend matripuja, but after attending, I got impressed. We never respect our parents like this. First time I touched my parents feet. I appeal all the mothers to admit their child in vkv because it is a very good institution. The teachers work hard for us, but we do not listen them. They are too much caring.