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A Brief Report on “International Yoga Day” Celebrations


Assembly Ground of VKV, Ziro


07.00 AM – 09.00 PM


02 Special Invitees, 171 Students [Hostellers], 14 Teaching Staff, 27 Invitees  [Departmental Heads of different Departments] and 03 Alumni (TOTAL = 217)

Program Coordination

The Principal & Staff

Special Invitees

Dr. Sambu Kumar, Director (Industries), Rashtriya Chemicals and Fertilizers Limited, Government of India, New Delhi

Er. Tage Taki, Hon’ble Minister, Department of Agriculture, Horticulture, Fisheries and Animal Husbandry, Government of Arunachal Pradesh, Itanagar

Felicitation of Special Invitees

The Principal, VKV, Ziro

Particulars of Program:



All Hostellers together

Welcome and

Importance of the Day

The Principal, VKV, Ziro

Points Shared

-          Delivered Welcome Address

-          Vivekananda Kendra & its Motto of Service

-          Importance of Yoga in one’s life

-          Evolution of International Yoga Day

Yogic Practice

All the loosening exercises,  Asanas and breathing practices, as per the guidelines of AYUSH, Government of India, were demonstrated and performed

Address by the Special Invitees

Hon’ble Minister Er.  Tage Taki:

-          Yoga is an ancient wisdom and science of India

-          It helps us to be fit

-          It was practiced earlier in Ashrams; now every nook and corners of the world

-          Ageing is due to worries; worries can be eliminated through Yogic practice

-          VKVs are different from other institutions because of practicing and teaching such science to students

-          Practice yoga daily and be fit always

Dr. Sambu Kumar:

-          Yoga has an international level acceptance

-          It is purely scientific and proven technique to keep oneself fit

-          Vivekananda Kendra is one of the pioneer organizations, which emphasizes Yogic practice

Shanti Mantra




A Brief Report on DONYI PUJA Conducted at VKV, ZIRO

Venue                  [1] Donyi Puja

School Block (near Entrance)

                             [2] Speeches

Prayer Hall


10.30 AM – 12.45 PM


275 Students, 25 Localites, 16 Teaching Staff & 16 Non-Teaching Staff & 18 Staff Family Members (TOTAL = 350)

Program Coordination

The Principal & Staff

Chief Priest

Sri. Landi Tajang, Priest-cum-Chief Advisor, All Apatani Danyi Piilo Society [AADPS], Ziro (Formerly Superintendent of Police [SP], Government of Arunachal Pradesh)

Assistant Priests

01. Sri. Pura Pai, General Secretary, All Apatani Priests Welfare Association [AAPWA], Ziro

02. Sri. Kago Lampung, Hari Village, Ziro

Invitees Attended

01. Sri. Gyati Pada, President, All Apatani Danyi Piilo Society [AADPS], Ziro

(Formerly Range Forest Officer [RFO], Government of Arunachal Pradesh]

02. Sri. Hage H. Atung, Assisstant Controller, Department of Legal Meteorology, Government of Arunachal Pradesh

03.  Sri. Mudang Ellyu, Chairman, Research, Reformation and Documentation Cell, All Apatani Danyi Piilo Society [AADPS], Ziro

04. Sri. Taru Abing¸ President,  Arunchal Vikas Parishad, Ziro

05. Sri. Punyo Mullo, General Secretary, Arunchal Vikas Parishad, Ziro

06. Smt. Hage Yami, President, Mahila Wing, Arunchal Vikas Parishad, Ziro

07. Smt. Hage Yajang, Secretary, Mahila Wing, Arunchal Vikas Parishad, Ziro

08.  Smt. Gyati Pada Assung, Treasurer, Mahila Wing, Arunchal Vikas Parishad, Ziro

09. Sri. Hage Bida, Chairman, Hari Meder Nello, Hari Village, Ziro

10. Sri. Tasso Takar, General Secretary, Hari Meder Nello, Hari Village, Ziro

11. Sri. Mudo Tagia, General Secretary, Supung Meder Nello, Supung Village, Ziro

12. Sri. Sri. Takhe Tangu, General Secretary, Siiro Meder Nello, Siiro Village, Ziro

13.  Smt. Tasso Ampa, Hari Meder Nello Popi, Hari Village, Ziro

14. Sri. Rubu Miloh Taming, General Secretary, Tajang Meder Nello, Tajang Village, Ziro

15. Sri. Gyati Tabyo, Hari Meder Nello, Hari Village, Ziro

16. Smt. Gyati Yabo, Indigenous Faith Believer

17. Smt. Gyati Kiimer, Indigenous Faith Believer

18. Sri. Gyati Taki, Well-wisher

19. Smt. Gyati Muryang, Well-wisher

20. Smt. Rubu Riniya, Indigenous Faith Believer

21. Smt. Racho Aniyung, Indigenous Faith Believer and Well-wisher

22. Su. Subu Chuku, Former VK Arun Jyoti Karyakarta

Felicitation of Guests

Sri. Bamin Tatung, Junior Estimator, Department of Rural Development, Government of Arunachal Pradesh and Member, School Support Group, VKV, Ziro

Particulars of Donyi Puja:


Performed By:

Sri. Landi Tajang, Priest-cum-Chief Advisor, All Apatani Danyi Piilo Society [AADPS], Ziro (Formerly Superintendent of Police [SP], Government of Arunachal Pradesh)

Assisted By:

01. Sri. Pura Pai, General Secretary, All Apatani Priests Welfare Association [AAPWA], Ziro

02. Sri. Kago Lampung, Hari Village, Ziro


09.00 AM – 10.30 AM

Particulars of Speech Program:



Class – X Girls (Hostellers)

Welcome Address and


The Principal, VKV, Ziro

Addresses By:

01. Sri. Landi Tajang:

- Explained the importance Puja

- Described the meaning of Altar

- Discipline helped me to achieve heights in my life


02. Sri. Gyati Pada:

- Every individual has both good and bad; look at the good and march forward

- Be the followers of your parents, teachers and Swamiji to progress in life


03. Sri. Mudang Ellyu:

- Explained the meaning of Symbol of Donyi Polo image

- Performed Puja for Rakha Sutra and tied to all

- Briefed about happy life with the nature


04. Sri. Taru Abing:

- Focus on studies

- Have targets to reach the goal set

- Understand the efforts taken by the parents and your teachers and act


Traditional Prasad of Rice powder mixed with ginger is given


There was lunch arranged for all

Shanti Mantra



School Visit To Swami Purshottam Ji, Sri. Rupesh Mathur  

Swami Purshottam Ji, Sri. Rupesh Mathur as well as some of our Alumni visited the premises of VKV, Ziro on 31st May, 2019 in the evening at 5.40 PM. They have all attended the “Bhajan Sandhya”. The Principal of VKV, Ziro welcomed the guests and gave a formal introduction. Thereafter Swami Ji and Rupesh Ji offered blessing to the students whose birthdays fallen on the month of May with chanting of “Swasthashu Mantra”.

After that Swamiji interacted with the students. He was very elated by the discipline of the students mentioning the alignment of their slippers outside, their entry in to prayer hall, their sitting, their involvement in chanting, etc. He appealed all the students to learn about the Swamiji’s power of concentration, focus, His curious nature and determination. He displayed fun based activities to express happiness using hands, which students liked very much. He said at times that

  • We should praise ourselves
  • Be busy and engaged
  • Aware of the duties and responsibilities as a student
  • Get rid of laziness
  • Respect parents, teachers (Chanted “Matru Devo Bhava …”) and elders, etc.

He narrated some motivational stories which gave lot of information regarding career avenues. He praised teachers as the builders of the nation. He has also described the avid nature of a teacher. He said all the great personalities evolved only because of the tremendous hard work of the dedicated teachers.

He expressed that students are very lucky enough to be a part of organizations like VKVs. He said that VKV is a place where students are given quality education along with moral values, whereas other schools only give the informative education on how to cram and secure high marks. He cited teachers as “Ocean of Knowledge”, which enables students to stand on their own feet and later on becomes the pride of the nation. Teachers have the capability to transform the society with changing pace.

There was a Staff Meeting also arranged with them at 7.30 PM. Swami Prushottam Ji shared his experience of running schools in remote areas of Gujarat. He specified the power of motivation and knowledge. Sri. Prem Norbu Thongchi, Special Secretary, Arunachal State Assembly and Sri. Gamso Bellai, Advocate, the Proud Alumni of VKVs have also shared their experiences. There have also mentioned about the care given by their teachers during their school days.

Sri. Sanjay Pandhya Ji gave some motivational tips for teachers that we should develop affinity with the students and try to know their strengths and weaknesses and change our conventional teaching with our experience. The programme was intended to instill positive attitude, discipline and develop the creative and innovative potential of young minds.


Parents Teachers Meet - VKV Ziro

A Parents-Teachers’ Meet was organized for the students of Class-V on 01.06.2019 [Saturday] at VKV, Ziro. A total of 28 students out of 34 took part in it along with their respective parents. The meeting started at 10:30 AM. The programme begun with the chanting of Three Omkaras followed by Eikya Mantra. Su Dipali Maya Chetri welcomed all the parents and students. All the subject teachers gave their self introduction.

The Principal, VKV Ziro introduced the parents about the changing pattern in the newly introduced board “Arun Board”. He stressed that parents should discourage tuition as it confuses the students and the teaching does not tally with the regular curriculum teaching done in the school. He said that students should always follow NCERT prescribed textbooks. Parents should be alert and vigil towards the education of students and regularly monitor their pace at frequent intervals. He urged parents to be in touch with the subject teachers as well as class teachers to know about their wards’ progress.

After that, parents were given an opportunity to raise queries which was later on clarified by the Principal. One of the parents enquired whether scope is provided for other competitive exams like Sainik School, JNV, etc. To this, Principal clarified that vivid opportunity is provided here for all the students for all sort of exams. He said that we strive for an ideal Teacher-Students Ratio (1:40) as per CBSE norms for the effective teaching. Parents are requested to fully support the authority for fruitful outcomes to occur in the days to come. Moreover, all subject teachers spoke to the parents regarding their plan for the students of class V for the current session. Lastly, the meeting was concluded with the chanting of Shanti Mantra.

A Brief Report on “Matri Puja”

Venue Assembly Hall of VKV, Ziro
Time 11.00 AM – 02.00 PM
Attendance 59 Students of Class-X, 59 Mothers and 14 Fathers
Program Coordination Class – IX Hostellers (Boys)
Coordinators Sri. Jai Prasad Jaishi and Smt. Hage Monya
Particulars of Program:
Mangalacharan Class – X Girls (Hostellers)
Welcome The Principal, VKV, Ziro
Significance of the Day Smt. Rita Raj, The Principal, VKV, Yazali
Conducted By Sri. Satya Narayan Pandey, Teacher, VKV, Yazali
Sharing from the Guest (Smt. Rita Didi):
- Mother - The first teacher
- She sacrifices everything for the welfare of her children
- Mother is the living God
- Shared the stories on mother
(a) Lord Ganesha gone around the Shiva-Parvati, when there was a competition between Ganesha and Subramanya for revolving around the world (means World=Parents; Parents=World)
(b) The mother who gave away her heart to son's ladylove (means that Mother will always show unconditional love)
- Be sensitive while behaving with mother; Understanding her is most important
Sharing from mothers:
- It is an unique program organised only in VKVs
- It is a good platform/moment for children to understand their parents
- The students get the blessings of their parents and teachers here
- Work hard to get good grades, which will give/help students to get going in their lives, will make the parents and teachers proud and will bring laurals to the institution
- Students should understand the pain taken by parents and teachers
- We parents keep supporting students, the teachers have completed their syllabi before time, now it is students' turn to perform and show
Sharing from students:
- Two students came forward and No significant sharing from them ..