Thursday, 26 August 2021

RAKSHA BANDHAN CELEBRATION

Raksha Bandhan was celebrated on 22nd August 2021, from 8:30 am to 10:00 am at VKZPV Basantipur
. The program began with the worshipping of “OMKARA”.
Smti Sushma Das spoke on the importance of the day. Raksha means safety and bandhan means bond. Raksha Bandhan or Rakhi is an important Hindu festival, dedicated to brothers and sisters. On this auspicious day, sisters tie a thread on her brother's wrist and pray for his long and prosperous life. In return, the brother gives a token of love to his loving sister.
Students in a queue tied the “Raksha Dhaaga” to their brothers and exchanged sweets as token of love. All the students participated with joy.

CBSE CLASS X RESULTS 2020-21

Friday, 20 August 2021

Independence Day Celebration

AZADI KA AMRIT MAHOTSAV - CELEBRATING 75 YEARS OF INDEPENDENCE

On 15th August 2021 “Independence Day” celebrated at VKZPV Basantipur from 08:30am to 10:00am with great enthusiasm by following the COVID Protocols. First of all the ceremony began with the headmaster Shri P Appanna by hoisting the national flag along with national anthem by all the staffs. Then the headmaster presented a powerful speech about the day. The program was beautifully hosted by Shri Rabin Bachar, two heartwarming songs were presented by the staffs as a theme of patriotism, speeches were presented both in hindi as well as in English language by the teachers to recall the freedom fighters and their troubles. At last Shri Prasanth Bepari (Teaching Staff) gave vote of thanks for the hearted participation in the celebration. He also thanked to all for the participation in the preparation of flag setup and program etc. The program concluded by sweet distribution. At last it was a memorable day with great success.

Sunday, 15 August 2021

Guru Purnima Celebration 2021

 

Guru Purnima 2021
VIVEKNANDA KENDRA ZILLA PARISHAD VIDYALAYA BASANTIPUR REPORT ON CELEBRATION OF GURU PURNIMA 2021. Date : 23rd July 2021 As per the kendra traditions the celebration started with the chanting of three omkaras and Sahana Bhawatu. The head of the institution inaugurated the programme with the enlightment of the traditional lamp. All the teaching and non- teaching staff of the institution offered flowers to the universal omkara. The programme was smoothly conducted by Vaikunth Rao sir. The programme started to unfold with the chanting of the melodious "Tasmaye shri guru ve namaha" by various teachers of the institution. A speech was presented by Sidhartha Ejerder sir explaining about the significance of Guru Purnima and how we teachers should take pledge about continuing the " Guru- shishya paramapara", also transmitting and protecting knowledge of Vedas to our future generations of the society. The speech also highlighted the biography of Sage Vyasa, and about his commitment towards protecting, archiving and transmitting the knowledge of Vedas to the future generations and reestabilishing moral values in the society. Some other melodious Bhajans like - " Paa liye hamne sat guru charanam" , "Guru mat- pita guru bandhu Sakaha" are beautifully chanted by the teachers of our institution. The Programme concludes with the Vote of Thanks and Shanti Path.

Swamiji's Thought

  "He who struggles is better than he who never attempts."