Tuesday 13 September 2022



Universal Brotherhood Day is celebrated to commemorate the iconic and ground breaking delivery of Swami Vivekananda speech at Chicago for the World Parliament of religion. Swamiji's speech which was held on 11th  September 1893 showed the world the meaning enriched and diverse culture of India. At VKZPV Pahalgaon, UB day was celebrated with great zeal and enthusiasm. The portrait of Swami Vivekananda was venerated and decorated with flowers.

 During the morning assembly Miss Meenu delivered a speech about highlighting the events that occurred on 11th  September 1893. The programme was organized afternoon session. 

The programme begun with a holy ritual of lightening of lamp and chanting of Ekya Mantra. One of the chief Guest of the event, Smti. Basanti Devi and the Principal lighted the lamp. Further, students of class IX and X presented bouquet to the chief guest Shri. Shasadhar Halder (Chair person of VMC), Shri. MV Pillai (Member of VMC) and smti. Basanti Devi (Zilla Parishad Member). 

The programme begun with an enlightening speech by Divyadarshni, student of class X followed by a series of cultural activity which involved Patriotic dance (Duet,Group and Solo) performed by students of class IX & X. 

Also, a Patriotic song was performed by students of class IX. Miss Meenu once again reminded the audience (parents and students) the journey of Swamiji from Bombay to Chicago.


Furthermore prizes were distributed to the students who participated on various competitions held for Ganesh Chaturthi and UB Day. 

Our Chief Guest, Shri. MV Pillai beautiful spoke about "Universal Brotherhood Day". Also, Smti. Basanti Devi, Our Chief Guest also added her thoughts on the wonderful occasion. 


At last, the Principal was requested to present memento to our Chief Guests and finally a vote of thanks was presented by Miss Reena Laxmi. The Programme ended with a Concluding Mantra.  

Tuesday 6 September 2022

Teacher's Day

 Teacher's Day

Teacher's Day is celebrated in India every year on 05th September to appreciated the role played by the teachers in the life of students - the leaders of tomorrow. The day is celebrated to pay tribute to Dr Sarvepalli Radakrishnan, former Vice-President, then President of our country and a visionary educator. Vivekananda Kendra Zilla Parishad Vidyalaya celebrated the day with great enthusiasm and joy. The whole event was meticulously planned by Sir Nirmal Biswas and Madam Meenu (Class Teacher of class X). The portrait of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan was venerated and adorned with flowers. 

The student of class X were dressed up in Saree and formal Shirts - pants and showcased themselves as school teachers, Physicals teachers and a Headmistress. Miss Divyadarshani, Pupil teacher dressed herself as the Headmistress. as per the guidelines of Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya, the Monday assembly guideline was performed by the group of pupil teacher. The Headmistress addressed herself and presented an enlightening speech, highlighting the importance of the day. After the dispersion of assembly, the teachers of our school along with pupil teacher offered flowers to the portrait of  Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan.

 The pupil teacher conducted the classes from Class I - Class IX for the first two periods. Then, after the lunch, the last two periods were taken to organize a small and simple programme. Considering the circumstances of the weather, the programme was held on the school playground. Miss Sangeeta Das  (X) and Miss Ayushi Mahtho (X) were the hosts for the event and the event was gracefully begun with three "Omkaras" followed by Starting Mantra. 

Then, Miss Divyadarshini of Class X presented a speech in English and expressed the significance of the day. 

Two bhajans based on Guru from class X, two duet dance, one from class IX (Miss Udita Bhakta and Miss Barsha Samaddar), and another from class X (Miss Anisha Barwa and Miss Ayushi Mahtho) were also performed, one after the other. 

Also Miss Anisha Barwa (X) shared her experience of the day as well. Finally, Miss Sangeeta Das gave a Vote of Thanks and the event was come to a conclusion with Concluding Mantra. The entire programme was managed by the students of class X which was entertained, enjoyed and very much applauded till the end. 

" A Teacher Takes A Hand, Opens A Mind And Touch The Heart."  

Thursday 1 September 2022



Festival build group cohesiveness. Festivals inform, educate, bring people together  break the monotony of routine and give us a chance  to re-energize our body, mind and spirit. of all the festivals, Ganesh Chaturthi is the most colourful one. Ganesh Chaturthi is a festival that marks the birthday of Lord Ganesha. 

Puja ritual began at 09:00am where the portrait of load Ganesha was venerated and adorned with flowers. The bhajans were performed by Shipra Madam and Meenu Madam. 

The Bhajan was breathtaking and won the little bloomings from class I to class VIII brought hand-made clay models of Lord Ganesh, prepared by themselves, for the clay model competition. 

Clay model were very life- like with intricate sculpting and artistic finesse. 

Also, a rangoli competition was held for an hour. where the group of four students, each were representing the houses namely Shompen, Jarawa, Sentinel and Onges, participated with great zeal and enthusiasm. The theme for the rangoli competition was " A picture of lord Ganesha". After the bhajan, students and teachers offered flowers to the portrait. the ceremony was come to an end after the Prasad distribution.