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

Amrit Pariwar Sammelan

Amrit Pariwar Sammelan was organised by Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya, Ramnagar-Silchar on 10th December,2022 (Saturday).The program was initiated with the objective of intimating the parents of the right process of upbringing their child and thus nurture a happy family. The grace of the program was enhanced by the presence of the chief guest of the program Sri Dipak Sengupta Sir, renowned teacher of Adhar Chand Higher Secondary School. A great number of parents attended the program. Motivational speech delivered by Pranab Brahmachari Sir added glory to the program.He shared a few motivational stories to guide the parents according to the objective of the program.He said "Parenting styles are a major factor in the development of children. The way parents interact with their child has a significant effect on the child’s behavior.A parent should influence the child's basic values, like religious values, and issues related to their future." Sri Dipak Sengupta Sir then added a few more significant words on parenting .He said,"Children need care that promotes positive emotional health and well-being and that supports their overall mental health, including a positive sense of self, as well as the ability to cope with stressful situations, temper emotional arousal, overcome fears, and accept disappointments and frustrations." There was then Gita Chanting by selected students of Class II, III and IV followed by Action Rhyme and a graceful dance performance by the students of Class KG and Vivek geet by the students of Class II,III  and IV. The program concluded with Shanti Mantra.

Students performing on the occasion

Gita Chanting by the students of Vidyalaya

Dance performance by the students of Vidyalaya


Gita Jayanti Observation

 Geeta Jayanti was celebrated in Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya, Ramnagar-Silchar on 3rd December, 2022.It is a very special day for Hindus.The holy book of Hindus, Bhagavad-Gita was born on this day. Gita Jayanti is the day when Lord Krishna explained the Gita gyan to Arjuna at the battlefield of kurukshetra. The program was hosted in sanskrit by Roshni Rana of VIIA  and Drishtantika Singha of  VII B. The program started with Mangalacharan,  followed by a floral tribute to Lord Shri Krishna's photo by our guest Dr. Shilpi Dutta Majumder , our Principal Sri Bijan Saha sir  and Primary Incharge Smt. Lipika Roy Didi. Welcome address was then offered by our Primary Incharge, Lipika Didi followed by felicitation of the guest. Some selected students presented Saraswati Bandana on the occasion of Gita Jayanti. Shlokas from Gita were chanted by some selected students. Ritika Das from  Class VIII B delivered a speech on the significance of the day. Sri Krishna Pranam Mantra was sung by some students. Pranab Sir (Science teacher of Vidyalaya) spoke a few words on  the importance of Bhagavad Gita. He also read some Shlokas from Bhagavad Gita and explained the meaning. He said "Nothing is permanent in this life.So we should live our life with purity.He concluded his speech with Swamiji's words. Soumyajit Nath from VIII B read a shloka in sanskrit from Bhagavad Gita. On the auspicious occasion of Gita Jayanti,a significant speech was given by our guest Dr. Shilpi Dutta Majumder, Asst. Professor in Sanskrit Department, Cachar College. She read a shloka in sanskrit from Bhagavad Gita by Veda Vyasa. She "Gita is undoubtedly the best gift that Lord Krishna has bestowed upon the world. Gita shows us our paths and gives us refreshments." 'Conversation between Arjuna and Sri Krishna' was performed by Sandip Deb VII B and Aniket Malakar VIII A. The program was concluded with Shanti Mantra.

Conversation between Arjuna and Sri Krishna' was performed
 by students of Vidyalaya

Moment of Krishna Bhajan performed by students

Dr. Shilpi Dutta Majumder (Asst. Professor in Sanskrit Department, Cachar College)
delivering speech on the occasion.


Asom Divas Observation

  Asom Diwas was celebrated in our school on 2nd December 2022. Asom Diwas is also known as "Sukhapaa Diwas" in honour of the founder of the Ahom kingdom that existed for nearly 600 years. The program started with Mangalacharan, followed by a floral tribute to Sarai and portrait of  King   Su-ka-pha  by the students. Prajukta Deb of  VII  deliver  significance of the day. A group song was presented . The poem recited by Deepshikha Das of  class VII  . Jwali Gohain Didi (Physical Education teacher of Vidyalaya) delivered a speech where She stressed about the importance of Asom Divas in Assam and the first king of the Ahom kingdom. The program was concluded with Shanti Mantra. 

Students presenting patriotic song on the occasion

Jwali Gohain Didi (Physical Education teacher of Vidyalaya)
 delivering  speech on the occasion


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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