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

Republic Day celebration

 Our school celebrated India's 73rd Republic Day with great eclat. Everyone was feeling very happy and it was a matter of great pride for all of us because on 26 January 1950, the constitution of India came into force and our country, India became a republic.

The program started with three Omkara and Mangalacharan at 8 a.m. The Principal of our school, Sir Bijan Saha hoisted the National Flag and gave a motivational speech. In which he mentioned that we all are very fortunate to be a citizen of India, a country rich in culture and who have such a great freedom fighters. Then, the program started with the presentation of patriotic song by the students of Class VI. 

Gargi Acharya Didi, the English teacher gave a speech on Republic Day. In her speech she mentioned about the sacrifice of the freedom fighters.So let's take a pledge together that we will always be responsible citizens and will make our country proud.

Deepshikha Dey of Class VI and Neeharika Dey of Class VII gave a beautiful recitation, Manipuri Dance performed by Class VIII and at last a beautiful dance performed by the students of Class V. At last 'Vandematram' song was sung by all the students and the teachers of VKV Ramnagar and thus the program was successfully got over with Santi Mantra.

Moments of Republic Day Celebration


National Youth Day Celebration

 12th January marks a significant day in the history of Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalayas as School's Annual Day and the birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda celebrated as National Youth Day. VKV Ramnagar Silchar wholeheartedly celebrated these two events in both online and offline mode. The two esteemed Chief Guests Dr. Priyabrata Nath, HOD Bengali, S.S. College, Hailakandi and Rohitaksha Nath, working at KVS Regional Office made the programme even more happening with their gracious presence along with the guardians of our students. The programme started with mangalacharan and floral tribute followed by Principal Sir's welcome address. The students of class Vl set a positive tone to the programme with their soulful Vivek Geet. Baibhab Saha of class Vlll illustrated to the audience about the significance of the day. The programme continued with a number of heart-warming cultural performances by the students such as Sruti Natak,  Sanskrit Song, Manipuri Cultural Dance, Instrument Playing, Kshatriya Dance and Folk song. In between these performances, the Chief Guest for the day, Dr. Priyabrata Nath enlightened everyone with his valuable words. In his speech, he quoted the famous saying by Rabindranath Tagore, "If you want to know India, study Vivekananda". He finally appealed to everyone to live their lives with the teachings of Vivekananda. Students who did outstanding performances in GPP came up to share the experiences of their hardwoks and achievements. Sanchari di, the English Teacher of the Vidyalaya presented the Annual School Report highlighting the achievements made by the students in particular and the school in general throughout the year. Prizes were distributed to the students for their performances in both curricular and co-curricular activities. The programme concluded with Lipika Roy didi, the Primary Incharge delivering the Vote of Thanks followed by shanti mantra.

Moments of National Youth Day celebration


Annual Day Celebration

 Annual day forms an integral part of our school activities, when students present not only their wonderful performance but also receive honours for their curricular activities.The Annual Day Function of our school was organised on 11th January 2022. The function began around 10:30 a.m. Our school prayer hall was decorated and the program was inaugurated by lightning the lamp. 

The celebration began with Mangalacharan and Lipika Roy Didi,our Primary Incharge welcomed everyone. The program started with the presentation of Vivek Geet by the student of Class 6. Kritik Biswas, a student of Class 9 spoke about the significance of the National Youth Day which is observed on January 12 every year to mark the birth anniversary of the great monk Swami Vivekananda. Among other presentations, students of Class 7 performed a skit, students of Class 9 performed Kathak dance, Instrumental performance by the students of our Vidyalaya and last but not the least, a Thabal dance by the students of Class 9. 

Sanchari Adhyapak Didi, the English teacher of our school read out the school Annual report. In which she mentioned about the performance of the students. 

Prize distribution function was a moment of pride and honour for all the winners and achievers of the school. At last  Principal Sir Sri Bijan Saha delieverd the vote of thanks and the program successfully got over with Santi Mantra.

Moments of the Cultural Programme

Moments of Prize Distribution


Vimarsha on the Occasion of Samartha Bharat Parva

 On 8th January 2022, a vimarsha was jointly organized by VKV Ramnagar, Silchar and VK Silchar Nagar on the occasion of  Samartha Bharat Parva and Swami Vivekananda Jayanti. The topic of the Programme was 'Relevance of Swami jis thought in present times'.

The programme started with three Omkara's and mangalacharan. Vandemataram Geet was sung by all after mangalacharan . The Welcome Address was delivered by VK Silchar Nagar  Sanchalak, Sri Ratnakur Bhattacharjee. Swami Vivekananda's thought was presented by  Th. Thasana Singha, student of Class II.

Sri Niharendu Dhar , Barak Vibhag Pramukh told us the significance of Samartha Bharat Parva and Vivekananda Kendra activities.   A group song was sung by selected students of Class V and VI.

Then, an informative and valuable lecture was delivered by Guest Speaker Swami Mrinmayananda Maharaj,  President Bharat Sevashram Sangha, Barak Valley. In his speech Maharajji emphasized on becoming good human being who can contribute to the welfare of society. 

Sri Pranab Jyoti Brahmachari (Former Principal of VKV Golaghat and Umrangshu) had a little interaction with Swami Mrinmayananda followed by the Vote of Thanks which was delivered by our Respected Principal Sir, Sri Bijan Saha. The programme got over with Shanti Mantra.

Moments of Vimarsha


Geeta Jayanti Observation

 Geeta Jayanti was held on 5th January, 2022 .  The program started  with three Omkaras followed by Mangalacharan. Flowers were offered to Bhagwan Shri Krishna by the teachers and students. Guru Bhajan was presented by the students of Class III. Lipika Roy didi (L.P Incharge)  welcomed all who were present in the program. The students of Class VIII chanted some shlokas from Geeta. 

On this occasion Sri Giridhari Mishra (Panditji of Gayatri Pariwar) was present as guest. Panditji interacted with the students and motivated all to read Geeta. He moreover told that the solution of all problems of our life can be found in Geeta and it gives us strength to walk forward in our life with honesty. Then, a beautiful song was presented by the students of Class VI.  The program concluded with Shanti mantra. 

On the occasion of Geeta Jayanti Class wise competitions were also organized for the students of Class I to Class X.  

Moments of Geeta Jayanti celebration


Pariwar Sanmelan on Kalpataru Diwas

 Pariwar Sanmelan was held on 1st January, 2022 The day is also observed as the Kalpataru Divas every year.

Flowers offered to Omkara and Thakur Ramkrishna Paramhansa Deb. Madhumita Paul didi (Bengali teacher of Vidyalaya) spoke on the significance of Kalpataru Divas.  Guru Bhajan was presented, after that students of Class KG chanted some shlokas from Gita and performed Action song. Introduction session was kept for parents and teacher. Pranab Jyoti Brahmachary Sir led  the discussion on Amrit Pariwar, followed by discussion among parents in groups.

A few parents put forward their views . Principal Sri Bijan Saha put before us his valuable advice On how we can make our pariwar an ideal one.

The program concluded with shanti mantra.


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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