Srimanta Sankardeva Tithi

On the occasion of Mahapurush Srimanta Sankardeva tithi, celebration was done in our school in a great manner. Celebration was started with mangalacharan and lighting the lamp by respected Principal sir Poresh Ch. Loying. A speech was delivered by one of our teacher Ajanta didi. Cultural programmes were started with a 'Borgeet' performed by class IV and V girls. A Krishna nritya was performed by class III girls, a Gopi nritya was performed by class IV, V and VI girls, Krishna nritya (solo) was performed by Deeptanku Chutia of class III. One 'Borgeet' was performed by Purabi didi and another one performed by Ajanta didi. Along with other programmes 'Naam Prasanga' was also done by local 'bhakats'. 'Prasad' were distributed to all the students. The celebration was ended with Shanti Path.
 

Universal Brotherhood Day

On 11th September 2018, students of VKV, Mothiachiga were participated in a peace rally. The rally covered approximately a distance of 1.5 km from school. Before starting the rally, Principal sir Poresh Ch Loying explained the significance of the day to the students. About 150 students along with 8 teachers went for the rally. Participating students came in their decorative costumes and two students Anuska Sharma and Mayur Kalita came in the costume of Swamiji and delivered the Swamiji's Chicago address throughout the rally.
The rally was started at about 9:30 am and returned to school at about 11:30 am. After coming back, packet lunch was given to the students. At last the programme was ended with kendra parthana.

Teacher's Day

On the occasion of Teacher's Day which was held on 5th Sep 2018, like every year this year also our school celebrated this in a grand manner. All the teachers and students came to school with their uniforms. This time Prahlad sir and Chandralekha didi took the responsibility of the celebration of Teacher's Day.
That day around 8:30 am the teachers lead the assembly. Then from 9:30 am the programme started with Mangalacharan and lighting the lamp by our Principal sir. The programmes for Teacher's Day were as follows:
             First, a classical dance by few girls from class VIII. After that a poem recitation was there by class V girl Nashra Bandhan Dutta. Then a group song presented by class III boys and girls. Two more group songs were performed by the students of class IV, V & VI. There were three dance performances presented by the students of class IV , VII and VIII girls. Principal sir delivered a speech. He told us about the importance of being a teacher and about this noble profession of teaching. Chandralekha didi also delivered a speech. The programme was ended with Shantipath at 11:30 am.

Raksha Bandhan

On the occasion of Raksha Bandhan which was held on 26th of August, our school VKV, Sivasagar took an unique initiative to celebrate this day. In the morning, at around 10 O'clock, few of our students from class III, V, VI with four of our teachers Papari didi, Sabita Didi, Pabitra didi and Anurupa didi went to a children's home named "Swapnalaya" to celebrate Raksha Bandhan. "Swapnalaya" is a children's home maintained by an NGO 'Shape'.
At first, one didi from"Swapnalaya" introduced us with their children and after that Pabitra didi gave an small introductory speech and our introduction to them. After that Pabitra didi told the significance of this day followed by a story of Hindu Mythology regarding Raksha Bandhan. After the speech our children/ students started to tie rakhi to the children one by one with 'Aarti' and 'Tikka' to the children. Some of the outside people are also present in this program and celebrated with us. We also took some sweet for them and distributed. Few of our students sang our 'Shibir Geet' infront of them.
After the performance of song by our students we finally ended our Raksha Bandhan celebration.
In addition to this on 27th August, Monday, our school also celebrated Raksha Bandhan at school campus. From class III to class VII, all the students assembled in the prayer hall and tied rakhi one another. The program was ended with Shantipath.