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Sadhana Diwas Celebrated - VKV Ziro

VKV Ziro observed Sadhana Diwas on 19th of November 2019 to commemorate the birth anniversary of Maa. Eknathji Ranade. The programme was conducted in the morning from 8.45 AM to 9.20 AM. The portrait of Maa. Eknathji was placed in front of the assembly. Kr. Tinka Nayam of Class-VI gave the speech about the importance and significance of the day. The Principal, VKV Ziro shared few points in the auspicious occasion. Points are mentioned below:

  • Different meaning of Sadhana
  • He is known for his conviction, commitment, achiever of the goal and organizational skills along with the ability of integration.
  • We all should follow the principles of Vivekananda Kendra and follow his path and beliefs like discipline, committed to work, service, renunciation, respect to time, being the members of the organization.
  • Even after losing his memory in the last days he used to follow the daily routine and self routine.
  • He was a missionary and a visionary.

        Students in groups recited prayers on Maa. Eknathji (Vandana Abhinandana … … …). Lastly all the students and teachers offered him flowers with prayers.

Sadgamaya Shibir Conducted - VKV Ziro

VKV Ziro observed Sadgamaya Shibir from 15th to 16th of November 2019. A total of 54 students from class VII-IX took part in it from five different schools. Sri Rubu Laliang, Principal, Hill Queen Educational Institutions, Hapoli had graced the occasion as the chief guest. Sri Taba Tatup, Chairman, VKVs Alumni Association attended the inauguration of the camp which is done with the lighting of the lamp. Sri Laxman Kisan Meshram gave the welcome address and felicitated the Guests. The participants were briefed about the purpose and objective of the camp. They were also narrated about the Kendra and its various activities which are being organized on different occasions for the well being of the society and its development through different organs of the Kendra. Sri Rubu Laliang pinpointed four essential characteristics for a good human being:

  • confidence,
  • be in yourself,
  • wearing good attires,
  • down to earth approach,
  • good listener  and many more.

 

DAY 1

The Programme started with the division of students in groups named as Saraswati, Sharada, Shambhavi and Saravani.

Session I:

  • Shibir Geet (Bharat Pyara Desh hamara……) by Km. Janu Mager, Teacher, VKV, Ziro.

Session II:

  • Life and messages of Swami Vivekananda by Sri V.P Mishra
  • How Swamiji met Ramakrishna Paramahansa
  • What is the meaning and significance of God?
  • Incidents from the life of Swami Vivekananda and Ramakrishna Paramahansa.
  • Clarified some queries asked by the students
  • Quotation of Swamiji

A compilation of some best known quotations of Swami Vivekananda were distributed to the participants for conducting Quotation writing competition for the final day.

Session III:

  • Craft making: by Smt. Hage Monya and Km. Chuni Khimhun.
  • designing flowers
  • With the help of jute, fabric and gluegun/fevicol.

Session IV:

  • Science in Daily Life:

The session was taken by Sri Ajaya Kr Sitha.

  • Magical Cards,
  • Thread cutting magic,
  • air pressure balloon using Eno,
  • straw whistle,
  • air pressure shower,
  • balloon pasting on wall with rubbing on hair

He finally winded up his session by a lecture on science in daily life. Lastly the first day session winded up with Kendra Prarthana.

DAY 2

Session I:

Shibir Geet:                                             by Km Janu Mager.

Session II:

Indian Culture:                                               by Sri Jai Prasad Jaishi

  • Culture is connected with every aspect of human life therefore being a largest distinct cultural land in the world ours large number of people with different culture is connected with each other.
  • Culture is a strength, hence one’s need to feel proud on his/her cultural identities.
  • If cultural values get deteriorated entire human civilization gets misguided.

Session III:

Mental Mathematics and Exam Approach :        by Sri Amarnath Sahani

  • How to solve problems in short period of time
  • Some revision techniques for smart study.
  • How to appear final exam with a smart approach to solve entire question paper within the stipulated period of time.

Session IV:

Craft making:               by Smt Hage Monya and Km Chuni Khimhun

  • Wall Hangers (Flowers, Sceneries, )

After that a Quotation writing competition was organized. Later on all assembled for valedictory function. Km Dipali Maya Chetri presented the report of the camp. Two students expressed their experience about the camp. Prizes were distributed to the students on the basis of four categories: Shibir Geet Competition, Best participant, Best in quotation writing competition, Best in craft designing. Smt Hage Monya gave the Vote of thanks. Overall, there were 54 participants from 3 different schools. Incidentally,  all participants were girls and all from Government schools only. Hence the two day long programme ended successfully with Kendra Prarthana.

Inspire Training Programme Batch (II & III) Conducted - VKV Ziro

The workshop took place from 20 -24h October 2019 at VKV Ziro. The training team arrived at the venue one day before i.e. on 19th October in order to meet for fine tuning of the agenda and coordination of facilitation.

OBJECTIVE OF THE WORKSHOP:

  • To introduce students to exam temperament and notes making.
  • GMAT next level with time limit for problem solving.
  • Relating concept building from examination point of view.
  • Relating notes making to academics.

 AGENDA:

The training team agreed a draft agenda prior to the training workshop.

 PROFILE OF RESOURCE PERSONS AND SCHOOL MENTORS:

 

SL NO

NAME

EDUCATION QUALIFICATION

SPECIALIZED ZONES

1

PRATIK DNYANOBA WANJALE

B.Com ,L.L.B from Pune university

Social science & GMAT

2

KETAKI S. JOSHI

B.E (Electronics and Telecommunication Engg)

Mathematics and Physics

3

NITIN BALASAHEB GHULE

B.E in  Mechanical Engineering

Social science & Physics

The training workshop was attended by 5 teachers and 40 students.

THE TRAINING CAMP:

DAY1:

The camp started with the inauguration of the camp which was done with the invocation. One of the resource persons gave the detail briefing about the programme. S.Muralidharan, Education Officer (Subansiri and Kameng Clusters) gave the Ashirvachan and the session concluded with Shanti Mantra.

DAY 2:

The second day started with the session of solving of Mock Test (SAT and MAT) as the benchmark test with the exam time format. The test was basically conducted to test the understanding of the exam and later on the OMR sheets were evaluated by the respective mentors. In the second session a worksheet was given on Social Science on the topics of Geography and Economics comprising 50 questions which are to be solved in 50 minutes. Students were allowed to refer their textbook to gather information from that. After Lunch 50 questions on Physics were given to solve and later on were discussed too. After sports prayer was conducted and the last session was on Social science Quiz where students were formed in groups and marks was allotted too for the quiz too.

DAY 3:

The second day started with the zero movement and tables,cubes and English language comprehension.. In the second session a worksheet was given on Chemistry comprising 50 questions which are to be solved in 50 minutes. Students were allowed to refer their textbook to gather information from that. In the third session 45 questions on GMAT in 60 minutes were given to solve and later on were discussed too. After Lunch 50 questions on Maths comprising geometry and algebra were given to solve in 50 minutes. After sports prayer was conducted and the last session was on Social science Quiz where students were formed in groups and marks was allotted too for the quiz too.

DAY 4:

The second day started with the zero movement and tables, cubes and English language comprehension.. In the second session a worksheet was given on Social Science on the topics of history and civics comprising 50 questions which are to be solved in 50 minutes. Students were allowed to refer their textbook to gather information from that. In the third session a paper solving GMAT in English for class IX was given.. After Lunch discussion of the previous papers were done by the resource persons.. After sports prayer was conducted and the last session was on science Quiz where students were formed in groups and marks was allotted too for the quiz too.

DAY 5:

The second day started with the session of solving of Full length Mock Test (SAT and MAT) as the final test with the exam time format. The test was basically conducted to test the understanding of the exam and later on the OMR sheets were evaluated by the respective mentors. For class IX Biology question bank was given to solve. After Lunch  discussion on the papers and several handouts were given to the students for more practice in the final examination too. After evening prayer all assembled for the valedictory session. Students as well as resource persons shared their experience about the camp. Finally the camp concluded with Shanti Mantra.

Awareness Anti Corruption Conducted - VKV Ziro

A prize distribution ceremony-cum-awareness on ill-effects of curruption was conducted on 26th of October 2019 to felicitate the winners of the written quiz competition on awareness on anti-corruption which was held on 16th September 2019. The quiz was conducted in three categories: Primary, Middle and Secondary. The top two from all the three categories were selected and they were felicitated by the dignitaries. 

Portfolio of the Dignitaries:

SL NO

NAME

DESIGNATION

1

Sri. GYATI KAGO

Ex. Pilot & State Chief Advisor ACFI

2

Sri. RUBU TADII

State President, ACFI

3

Sri. TAGE TAKI

State Secretary, ACFI

4

Sri. MUDANG OMO

Vice President, ACFI

5

Sri. CHIGING RIKA

District President, ACFI

6

Sri. TAGE SIRI

Assistant General Secretary, ACFI

 The programme started with invocation by the students. Students of class VI-VIII assembled in the hall to witness the programme and having an insight of the corruption and its issues prevailing in the country. The dignitaries have drafted an agenda prior to the arrival at the venue.

Few excerpts from the dignitaries:

  1. Chiging Rika ( President,ACFI)
  • Introduction on ACFI.
  • Establishment and purpose of ACFI.
  • Sole objective is to remove negative impact of corruption.
  • To curb out corruption through spreading awareness among the youth and students.
  1. Rubu Tadii ( State President, ACFI)
  • ACFI as one of the largest body in India which fights against corruption.
  • Many dignitaries from different areas like political, finance, entertainment and many more are connected with this institution.
  • Don’t disown your duties and responsibilities as it is also one kind of corruption.
  1. Gyati Kago ( Wing Commander, State Chief Advisor, ACFI)
  • Misdeeds can be in physical form, abstract form material and many more.
  • Need of good society through good people.
  • Be strong and capable to take yourself and society as well.
  • Doing not your duty too is corruption.
  • Indiscipline promotes corruption.
  • Let’s stop corruption and be in self discipline.

Universal Brotherhood Day Celebrated - VKV Ziro

Coordinator : Su. Chuni Khimhun, Teacher, VKV, Ziro

Chief Guest: Sri. Bamin Tarang, Extra Assistant Commissioner (EAC), Lower Subansiri District, Government of Arunachal Pradesh, Ziro

Guest-of-Honour:Er. Ramar Jokik, District Information and Public Relation Officer (DIPRO), Lower Subansiri District, Government of Arunachal Pradesh, Ziro

Guest Invitees: 

  1. Sri. Habung Pilya, Principal, Padi Lalyang Memorial School, Hapoli
  2. Sri. Rubu Tadii, Chairman, Ziro Valley School, Old Ziro
  3. Sri. Taru Abing, Chairman, Bumar Memorial School, Kiilya
  4. Sri. Rubu Lalyang, Principal, Hill Queen Educational Institution, Hapoli
  5. Sri. Rubu Ama, Principal, Royal Blue Pine Academy, Nenchalya

Points Shared: 

  • Delivered Welcome Address
  • 126th Year of Chicago Address on Universal Brotherhood Speech by Swamiji
  • Meaning of the Speech by Swami Vivekananda
  • Purpose of Speech by Swamiji (in the present context)
  • Importance of Spirituality in shaping one’s life
  • Purpose of Knowledge and its importance
  • Think locally; Act globally
  • Service and Renunciation
  • Vivekananda Kendra & its Motto of Service

Feel proud and privileged to have VKV Alumni as Chief Guest and Guest-of-Honour

Importance of the Day:Sri. Amarnath Sahani, Teacher, VKV, Ziro

Inauguration of Exhibition Halls:

There were four exhibitions organized. The exhibition stalls were inaugurated by the Chief Guest.

Exhibition – 01 on “Science and ATL Modules”

  • 32 Science Models
  • 18 ATL Designs including 3D Printer’s functioning

Exhibition – 02 on “Physical Education and Library Sciences”

  • 12 Models on dimensions of fields of various sports
  • 05 Models on Library Sciences

Exhibition – 03 on “Fun with Mathematics and Easy Learning of It”

  • 24 Models on various aspects of Mathematics
  • Exhibition – 04 on “The Power of Languages” (Exhibits were in poster forms in English, Hindi and Sanskrit)

    • Swamiji’s quotes
    • Articles on Incidences in Life of Swami Vivekananda
    • Story of Rock Memorial
    Vivekananda Kendra – Ek Parichay

Cultural Programs:

  1. Group Dance by Classes-II-III Girls
  2. Action Song by Classes-I-IV Students
  3. Skit on Impacts of Electronic Gadgets on One’s Life – Enacted by Hosteller Girls
  4. Traditional Dance by Class-X Girls

Keynote Address by

Guest-of-Honour,Er. Ramar Jokik, DIPRO, Ziro:

- Always feel humbled and elated to visit VKVs

- Narrated about the famous Chicago Address by Swami Vivekananda

- Shared about how was she shaped by VKVs in her school days

- VKVs strengthen one’s potentiality

- VKVs focus more on all-round development of students

- VKV students are always all-round performers

- Imbibe the feeling of brotherhoodness and oneness in VKVs

- VKVs never allow anyone to be isolated and aloof, which helped us to grow together

VKVs teach tolerance and universal acceptance

- Students must focus more on constructivism, which will lead them

- Take Prerana from Swamiji; Take Swamiji as role model and grow in your life

- She also requested the students to work hard and prove their abilities

- She wished all students a grand success in their final exams

Chief Guest Address by

Sri. Bamin Tarang, EAC, Ziro:

  • Feel proud to be a VKVian and Alumnus
  • Feeling moved with memoirs of my VKV days
  • It is one of the unifying events of VKVs to bring different sects of people together under one umbrella
  • Appreciate VKV, Ziro team for involving more of private schools in this program; It is an ideal example for brotherhood
  • Acknowledge the moldings done by VKVs
  • VKVs give ample opportunities to tap one’s abilities and potentialities
  • Requested students to make use of opportunities provided to them in maximum possible way
  • Emphasized the students to participate in activities and festivities of VKVs
  • What do we expect from parents?
  • Give freedom to teachers to correct your ward in correct perspective; do not interfere in their decisions
  • If your ward is mischievous, teachers will forgive and make him/her alright. If he/she is notorious with ill-behavior, no compromise
  • Do not disgrace the teacher’s reputation in front of your ward; which will, in turn, spoil the future of your child
  • Be supporter of a school and help the school authority to mold your child in better possible way
  • Gain of knowledge is possible only when there are regards and respect for teachers with you all
  • Students have taken great efforts to prepare various models and modules, which are exhibited in exhibition halls
  • Students from other schools have to make use of the benefits
  • Team Ziro has won the Best Exhibition Stall in Independence Day celebrations at Hapoli; they deserve a great round of applause
  • Keep participating like these and march forward
  • Take motivation from the words of Swamiji

All the best for students for their future endeavors

NHPC STATE LEVEL-consolation prize- Kr. Loki Dada, VKV Banderdewa
NHPC STATE LEVEL-1ST PRIZE Kr Chuki Teji, VKV Banderdewa