Saturday 28 October 2017


The Vidyalaya venerated Sister Nivedita on her 150th Birth Anniversary by organising different events concurrently at school and Khelmati High School, Tezpur. A team of four teachers and twelve students went to Khelmati High school, Tezpur where they first had an interactive session with the students of that school followed by Geet Abhyas session, thought explanation of Swamiji and Sister Nivediata and a power point presentation on the edifying and ‘Sarthak’ life of Sister Nivedita. Smt Bivarani Deka Baruah, principal, Khelmati High School delivered a speech on swamij and Sister Nivedita. Mandira sing Das, Teacher, VKV Tezpur gave the overview of the program. The program was decorated by around 200 attendees.
             At school drama competition for class III, quotation writing competition for class IV, open Speech competition for class V and Nibandh Lekhan Saprdha for class VI, VII and VIII were held. Student’s participation in all the competitions was commendable.

Tuesday 15 August 2017

71st Independence Day and Janmasthami Celebration

It was such an auspicious juncture that 71st Independence Day of India and Shri Krishna Janmasthami fell on the same day. Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya Tezpur Celebrated both occasions with full gusto. The day started with hoisting of the tricolour; Students displayed march-past and patriotic song- “Chalo Jawano”   was sung by all the students. Students clad as freedom fighters came on stage and galvanised all the audience with patriotic sloganeering. Rajesh Sarkar, Drawing Teacher of the Vidyalaya gave tribute to our motherland by performing a speed art. 

Students presented a beautiful skit onBaal-leela” of Lord Krishna. Dahi -Handi was organised for both students and parents. The event was successful with presence of around 550 attendees.

Tuesday 4 July 2017

Free Dental Check-Up Camp

On the Occasion of  Swamiji’s Punya Tithi the Vidyalaya in collaboration with Rotary Club, Greater Tezpur & Rotaract Club, Greater Tezpur organised a Free Dental Chek-up Camp. The event was inaugurated with lighting the lamp by the guests and offering Pushpanjali.  

        Dr. Suprabha Mandal, Assistant Dentist did Dental check-up of around 200 students.  Su. Shivani Tibrewal, President, Rotary Club, Greater Tezpur; Bikash Jain, Member, Rotary Club Greater Tezpur; Rishab jain, Member, Rotarct Club  were also present. 

Wednesday 21 June 2017


The Vivekananda Kendra vidyalaya and Vivekananda Kendra, Tezpur cooperatively celebrated 3rd International Yoga Day at the parking place of Tezpur town. Sjt. Spandan Hazarika, MD, Tezpur Gas agency, Assam Lubricants and a well-known social Worker and Advocate Ananta Goswami inaugurated the event. Smt Sangeeta Devi, Headmistress, VKV Tezpur delivered the significance of the day. A Yoga practice session held from 6:00 AM to 7:30 AM. Shri Dimbeswar Gogoi, Kendra Karyakarta, VK Tezpur and Shri Bitu Saikia, Shikshak Karyakarta, VKV Tezpur instructed the Yogasanas. Around 170 participants comprising School Students, Kendra workers and general public practiced yoga.

Sunday 14 May 2017


The Vidyalaya organised “VyaktityaVikash Shibir-2017” for the students of class VI from 09/05/2017 to 13/05/2017. It was inaugurated by Prof. Haren Sharma, ex-Vice Principal, Darang College.

The students were divided into three ganas i.e. Seva, Sahas and Tyaga; each group consisting of 10 members. The resource person Prof. Haren Sharma gave light on swami Vivekananda as our ideal. He explained the philosophy of Swamiji. After that students were asked to discuss among them about that topic. Then the students practiced yoga and they were guided by DimbeswarGogoi, Karyakarta of V.K.,Tezpur. They were also taught the ShibirGeet by respected Pradhanacharya Didi. During Krida Yoga, as a part of PDC, participants were taught and encouraged how to conduct SamskarVarga along with some team building games and they were guided by Jyoti Bikash Sharma sir. At last the camp ended with Bhajan Practice and Kendra Prarthana. Total no. of presence was 30.
                    On the second day of PDC, the resource person Dr. R. N. Pal, Retired Scientist, Co-ordinator of Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya, Tezpur, and Vibhag Sanchalak of V. K. , Tezpur and Darrang district, interacted with the students and enlightened them how to develop their personality by giving examples of Gautam Buddha, Swamiji and Mahatma Gandhi. In Karyasala Satra, students were engaged in campus cleaning as Shramadana. The students also practiced some Shlokas and they were guided by one of our teacher. Total no. of presence was 28.
     On the third day, resource person Smt Lalita Goswami, retired Principal of Bihaguri Boys Higher Secondary School, illumined the students with the concept of Bharatiya Samskriti and its uniqueness juxtaposing various aspects of Vedas. The meaning and importance of Kendra Prayer was also explained by Jyoti Bikash sir . It was followed by the similar activities in the similar way. Total no. of presence was 30.
      On the fourth day, resource person Dr.Ranendra Mohan Deka, Associate Prof., Dept. of English, Rangapara College, conveyed the students about Swacchata and Swaccha Bharat Abhiyaan and also appealed to become a part of it. He also mentioned about Ma. Eknathji and his contributions.The students took part in Surya Namaskara as a part of Yoga. They practiced some patriotic songs leaded by PradhanacharyaDidi. Total no. of presence was 29.
       On the Samapan Samaroh of the Vyaktitya Vikash Shibir, the invited chief guest R. A. Garodia, Charter Accountant and Patron of VKV, Tezpur, delivered a valuable speech regarding personality development. The students shared their experience and the parents too opined their views regarding the camp. The programme ended with Bhajan practice and Kendra Prayer.

Thursday 12 January 2017


The Vidyalaya organized a Motor bike rally  From School Campus – bahbari-bandarmari- via TMC. Programme was inaugurated  by Sri Dipak Das, I/C Bebejia Police Out Post.  Students dressed as Swamiji, Eknathji, Maa Sarada and  Sri Sri Rama Krishna Paramhangsha. Total number of participants in the rally was 153.