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Tuesday, 25 February 2014


In our Vidyalaya, Workshop on ‘MATRI PUJA’ was conducted. Class VI students were invited for the puja. First of all, children’s welcomed their mother by washing and applying CHANDAN on their feet. Then all the mother’s and children gathered in the prayer hall. After that headmaster sir welcomed all of them by welcome address. BHARTI DIDI was present in the puja. She gave speech on significance and reason behind celebrating’ MATRI PUJA’ in India. After that puja was conducted under the guidance of P.KRISHNA KUMAR. After the completion of puja mother’s and children’s were asked to share their experience.

Matri Puja

Monday, 24 February 2014


7th state Level Wado-Karate-Do championship was held on 26th and 27th Oct 2013. Our students participated in the competition and won various positions. They are as follows:
Shaine Sonowal (won two gold medal), Gautam Bhumiz (won one gold medal), Tropcilina Saikia (won two silver medal), Nishanta Chamua & Limba Hazarika(won one silver medal), Jongomdeep Phukan, Nishanta Chamua, Chanakya Borgohain & Hirokjyoti Gogoi won bronze medal .

Winners of Wado-Karate-Do Championship

Sunday, 23 February 2014


Raksha Bandhan was celebrated o 21s Aug.2013 in vidyalaya in a different way. After the school programme teachers and students visited different places for celebrating Raksha Bandhan.  Students visited all the  state govt. and central govt, offices. They also visited All the banks. Rakhis were tied in the army camps and CRPF camps. Students also visited all the govt schools and colleges of Tingrai ,Kathalguri, Duliajan, Tengakhat area.  Police stations  are also touched.

Raksha Bandhan Photo
Stuents tying Rakhi at school
Principal sir, teaches along with students visiting army camp
Students tying rakhi
Students tying rakhi to the army

Eknathji Punyatithi was observed on 22nd August 2013. Speech by Babli didi. Sneha Neog & Priyanka Chutia of class Ix sung a song. Quiz was conducted on the life of Eknathji. Documentary on Eknathji was shown to the students.

celebrating knathji punya tithi
Students singing song
Teacher delivering speech
Student delivering speech
Principal explaing the student while showing documentary on Eknathji


Sunday, 14 December 2014

Mananeeya EknathJi Ranade's Janma Shati Parva

Eknath Ranade (1914-1982) joined the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) while still in school. He became an important organiser and leader for the organisation, rising through its ranks to serve as its general secretary from 1956–62. Ranade was greatly influenced by the teachings of Swami Vivekananda, and compiled a book of Vivekananda’s writings. During the 1963—72 period, Ranade played an instrumental role in the construction of the Vivekananda Rock Memorial and the Vivekananda Kendra at Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu.
“In a bid to make everyone participate in building Vivekananda Rock Memorial, Eknath ji went to everyone from common man to all Chief Ministers and Union Ministers. He inspired every citizen to participate in it. His aim throughout his life was to connect everything – past with future, different ideologies,” said Prime Minister Modi.
“Eknathji asked people to not just admire Vivekananda, but to live by his teachings,” Prime Minister further added.

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Tuesday, 19 March 2013

New Arrivals in the Library

The following books are newly arrived in our Library, along with other many more titles. Ask your Librarian for more detail...

Tuesday, 10 January 2012


Samartha Bharat Parva is the celebration of Strength of India, observed from 25th December - the first day of Swami Vivekananda’s meditation on Rock in 1892 to 12th January – Swami Vivekananda’s birth anniversary.
Swami Vivekananda, after his wandering all over India, came to Kanyakumari and sat in meditation on 25, 26 and 27 December 1892. Here he felt inspiration to at tend and address the World Parliament of Religions at Chicago in 1893.

Thursday, 8 September 2011

universal Brotherhood Day 11 September

Swami Vivekananda delivered historic Chicago Speech in USA on 11 September 1893. This day is celebrated by Vivekananda Kendra as Universal Brotherhood Day. Swami Ishatmananda (Secretary, RK Mission, Narottam Nagar, AP) will grace the occasion and speak on 'Relevance of Swamiji's teachings in modern day context' in our Vidyalaya campus. Please attend the lecture session at 9.30 am with your family and friends.

Wednesday, 6 July 2011

Glory to the Vidyalaya

A team of 51 students secured first prize in a cultural meet of 10 schools of the city, organized by Barnali Shishu Kalyan Sanghstha, Tinsukia on 3 July 2011. The said competition was organized in the Durgabari Auditorium, Tinsukia.

Wednesday, 4 May 2011

The Wandering Monk

“If you are pure, if you are strong, you, one man, are equal to the whole world.”

On December 24, 1892, Swami Vivekananda, the Wandering Monk, reached the shores of the Indian Ocean when he set foot in Kanyakumari. After portraying many roles in life: son, brother, student, disciple; he had reached a point in his existence where the only role which mattered to him was being the ideal son to Bharat Mata and to work towards her best interest, saving her from all turmoil. So, on the 25th day of December, 1892, Swami Vivekananda sat down on a mid-sea rock (to be later known as Sri Pada Parai or Vivekananda Rock) in search of realization of his life’s mission. Three days and three nights, and he emerged as his country’s noble son, distraught with his motherland’s state and ready to serve her.

India’s Wandering Monk was not born with the identity. He was born as Viswanath Dutta and Bhubaneswari Devi’s son, Narendranath Dutta. Fondly called Biley by family and friends, Naren was born on January 12, 1863, in Calcutta (now Kolkata). Born into a prosperous family, he had a safe and somewhat eventful childhood. But he discovered his purpose to live when he met Sri Ramakrishna Paramhansa. He was a youthful 18-year-old, no doubt. But he was extremely devoted towards his guru. It was around that time when his iridescent Master gave him the name, Vivekananda. And in July, 1890, he departed for Bharat Parikrama as the Wandering Monk. Two years later, with the vision of his motherland’s deteriorating state fresh in his mind, on December 24, 1892, Swami Vivekananda, the Wandering Monk, reached the shores of the Indian Ocean when he set foot in Kanyakumari…
And so began the tremendously legendary journey. For the next eight years, Swami Vivekananda worked tirelessly towards arousing the spiritual feelings in the country’s youth, succeeding. But, even the brightest of stars have been known to lose their shine. Vivekananda succumbed to a terrible illness in the late 1901 or early 1902, and finally on July 4, 1902, gave his heart, mind, body and soul to his Bharat Mata, after living the life of a selfless saint.