Working on Five fold development of the children as envisaged by Swami Vivekananda.

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  • In a conflict between the heart and the brain, follow your heart. ” ― Swami Vivekananda.

Bhasha Sahid Diwas Observation

On 19th May 2017 , Bhasa Sahid Diwas was observed in Vidyalaya. Various programs were kept to observe the day. Sri Saurindra Kumar Bhattacharjee , President of Barak Valley Cultural committee , Ex Professor of Cachar College was present as Chief Guest. On the day Significance was told by Pragati Mallick of Class VII.  Opening song was sung by some students of Class VI,VIII,IX and X. Sri Saurindra Bhattacharjee sir told the students about the sacrifice of the great souls for mother language and  inspired students to contribute in the practice of cultural activities. Quiz was conducted by Chiranjit Paul Sir of Vidyalaya. 
Sri Saurindra Kumar Bhattacharjee(President of Barak valley Cultural committee
 and Ex Professor of Cachar College) motivating students of Vidyalaya.

Rabindra Jayanti Observation

     On 9th May Rabindra Jayanti was observed in Vidyalaya in full spirit. On the occasion various programs were kept in Vidyalaya. Opening song was sung by Class IX students. Significance of the day was told by Mayashree Singha, student of Class X. One Rabindra Nritya was presented by Class VII students. Smt. Apu Sutradhar, Founder Principal  of “Kalashetram  Academy” of Cultural Activties and General Secretary of “Sammilito Sanskritik Mancha”was present as Chief Guest. She spoke on the contribution of Kabiguru Rabindranath Tagore in cultural world and in our life. Then Class IV students presented Rabindra Sangeet and Class VIII students also presented Rabindra Nritya.  Housewise Recitation Competition for Class IV,V  and Rabindra Sangeet competition for Classs VI,VII,VIII  was also held.  Program concluded with Shanti Mantra.

Smt Apu Sutradhar, Founder Principal of Kalashetram Academy and General Secretary of Sammilito Sanskritic Mancha,  Singing Rabindra Sangeet on the occasion.

Student of Vidyalaya participating in Housewise Recitation Competition. 

Students of Class VII participating in Rabindra Nritya. 


Barsharambha Observation

 On 4th May 2017, new session of Vidyalaya started with Barsharambha Program. On the occasion Sri Bimal Nath choudhury, Former Principal of Norshing Higher Secondary School was present as Chief Guest. He told some of the incidents from Swami Vivekananda’s life and motivated students to follow the ideal in life. Barsharambha Puja was done by Sri Mridul Bhattacharjee. Saraswati Vandana was sung by Smt. Ashima Bhattacharjee,Music teacher of Vidyalaya. After that students offered flowers to the portrait of Maa Saraswati and taken Prasad.  Program concluded with shanti Mantra.

Sri Bimal n.atha Choudhary, Former Principal of Norshing higher Secondary School delivering speech on the occasion

Students offering flowers to the potrait of Maa Saraswati 
on the occasion of Barsharambha.


Principal's Message

. The school is running with the objective of "Man Making - Nation Building". VKV Ramnagar, , Silchar was established in the year 2005. The land was donated by late Adhir Chandra Roy, a resident of Ramnaagar area.
The Vidyalaya has co-educational facility. Though English is the Medium of instructions, equal emphasis is also given to Hindi, Bengali and Sanskrit in the curriculum. Besides academic, the Vidyalaya has initiated different activities to help the children develop their inherent faculties. The Vidyalaya is leaving no stone unturned in instilling in the children a sense of righteousness and discipline. The vidyalaya curriculum has given the top most priority in generating a pool of students with high moral values for maintaining love and respect for our rich cultural heritage as well as for serving the society and the motherland as responsible citizen in the long run.
Our students believe in the philosophy:

जीवने यावदादानं स्यातप्रदानं ततो धिकम !!

- Bijan Saha, Principal, RAO(Regional Administrative Officer),VKSPV, Guwahati

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