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.

Janmasthami observation

 Janmashtami, Hindu festival celebrating the birth( janma) of the God Krishna on the 8th (ashtami) day of the dark fortnight of the month of Bhadrapada. To seek the blessings of Lord Krishna, Janmashtami was celebrated at VKV, Ramnagar, Silchar with mirth and joy.

 The program was started with three Omkara and Mangalacharan. Lamps were lighted by the senior most teacher of our school. It began with a beautiful Bhajan i.e Guru Bhajan by the students of Class II, Krishna Bhajan by the students of Class III, and a beautiful dance performed by the students of class( II, III, IV). Basana didi, our English teacher presented a speech on Janmashtami. In her speech, she mentioned that Krishna Janmashtami is also known as Gokulashtami, this day is celebrated to commemorate the birth of Lord Krishna. Ancient Hindu literature including Bhagawad Gita and Bhagawata Purana, clearly state the story of Lord Krishna's birth. And ever since his birth, every 8th day called Krishnapaksha of the month of Bhadrapada is celebrated as Krishna Janmashtami.

 At last , Krishna Satanam was beautifully presented by the teachers and thus the program was successfully ended.

Moment of dance performance

Moment of Skit presentation

Krishna Bhajan performed by the students


Independence Day Celebration

 Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya, Ramnagar, Silchar has celebrated the 76th Independence Day with great joy and pomp. The program started with the parade at 7:30 am. The Principal Sir unfurled the flag at 7:45 am. As soon as the flag was hoisted, everyone sang the national anthem. After that, different kinds of programs were started with Mangalacharan followed by three Omkaras. The event consisted of song, dance, drama, painting , role-playing, etc. A welcome speech was delivered by our Principal Sir, Shri Bijan Saha to the students, parents, gaurdians and all teachers. In his speech he greeted everyone and told that on this day we should remember our freedom fighters and the Swaraj that they had given us. He also requested everyone  to respect our national flag and not to throw it here and there on the ground. A speech on the significance of Independence Day was delivered by  the student of Class X named  Purba Deb. A speech on the Independence Day was delivered by our resource personnel, Sanjay Sir. In his speech, he told that we should imagine the situation of India before independence and to remember our freedom fighters. He compared  between pre-independence  India and post-independence India. He told that India has improved and developed in many fields. He told that we should obey the rules and laws of our country. He also told how India is described as unity in diversity. He told that we should not celebrate this festival only to enjoy independence, but to pay respect to the freedom fighters and their sacrifices. He requested us to believe in man making, nation building.

A tribute to the freedom fighters of our motherland was presented  through sketch by Ayush Roy of Class X. Different competitions like drawing competition, role- playing competition, were also held on this occasion. The program ended with Shanti Path followed by sweet distribution.

Performance on National Integrity

Song presentation by students

Moment of Song presentation by students

Drama presentation by students


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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