Friday 26 August 2022

Traffic Awareness Programme

Traffic Awareness Programme was conducted at Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya, Port Bair on 26th August 2022
The awareness programme was conducted in the school Assembly hall, About  100 students and 7 teachers attended the program. Shri. Mithun Kirtania, Sub Inspector ( Traffic), A&N Police Department headed the programme.  Shri Mithun Kirtania along with Sub Inspector Shiva Kumar taught Students about the traffic signals and the meaning of the different signals of the traffic inspectors. The penalties for violating the traffic rules were explained to the gathering which the students found interesting.

 At the end of the programme the students actively involved themselves in discussing with the police officers about traffic awareness and road safety.  
The school authorities thanked the A& N Traffic Police Department for the kind initiative of educating the students and teachers about road safety and traffic rules.

Friday 19 August 2022


 Janmashtami celebration in VKV, Lambaline
The Janmashtami is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Krishna, one of the most powerful and famous reincarnations of Lord Vishnu. According to the Hindu calendar, this festival is celebrated on the Ashtami of Krishna Paksha or the 8th day of the dark fortnight in the month of Bhadon. This day indicated the beginning of hope in the older times; hope, that the malicious rule of Kansa would soon end. 

To seek the blessings of Lord Krishna, and to celebrate the extraordinary bond between children and the Almighty, Janmashtami was celebrated at Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya, Lambaline, Port Blair on 19th August 2022 with mirth and joy. The chief guest for the program was swami Shudhanand Saraswathiji Maharaj, Acharya Chinmaya Mission was greeted by Sri Vijayakumar, Principal, V. K.V Port Blair. The fragrance of flowers, the soothing aroma of Agarbathi, and the jingle of bells filled the air in the assembly hall. This day signifies a lot more to the tiny tots of the school. It signifies excitement, delight, and a joyous spirit of enthrallment. To jubilate and to learn the spirit of the young minds, the fancy dress competition was held. The students dressed up as lord Krishna and Radha, with flutes, peacock feathers, and matkas, presented instances from Lord Krishna's life.

 The main attraction of the event was the dance competition. The premise was filled with the spirit of festivity with the music and joy during the dance competition. The life history of Lord Krishna was very beautifully depicted in each group dance. The purpose of the flamboyant celebration is to inculcate the traditional value and respect for culture in the students. The celebration was truly entertaining and educating.

The parents had a great time watching their kids taking part in various competitions. The chief guest of the program swami Shudhanand Saraswathiji Maharaj, Acharya Chinmaya Mission blessed all the students on this auspicious day and gave the prizes to the winners and the participants. 

His words truly summed up the effectiveness of celebrating festivals of devotion and esteem towards their parents. The vote of thanks was proposed by Shri.S. Subhash, HM( Pry). The program concluded with the Shanti mantra. Prasad was distributed at the end of the program.

Monday 15 August 2022

Independence Day Celebration

India celebrates its 75th Independence Day as ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotshav’ to commemorate its freedom. 15th August 2022. The 75th Independence Day was celebrated with due respect at Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya, Lambaline, Port Blair. The School was decorated with colourful festoons and fenced with seating arrangements. Students, staff members, and parents were present for the occasion.   

Shri S.Vijayakumar, the principal of the school hoisted the National flag. With due solemnity, the national anthem was sung. The students saluted the flag with the flag song. Palak Biswas of class IV A,  spoke on the significance of the day.
The students of the primary wing sang the Patriotic song that awakened everyone’s feelings toward our Mother Land. Nandini Verma ( Class VII) spoke on the importance of the day. 


Ganesh Mishra of class VII through the patriotic song Desh mere insisted that nothing in this world is more important than motherland. The value and the greatness of the motherland were presented through the song Hey janma bhumi Bharat sung by the senior secondary wing students. 


While addressing the audience Sri S.Vijayakumar the Principal of the school, paid tribute to the martyrs who sacrificed their lives for the cause of freedom. He focused on the contribution and sacrifice of the freedom fighters. He reminded the younger generation's responsibility to the Nation by quoting many great patriots' lives.

 The Programme concluded with the Shanti mantra. Sweets were distributed to all at the end of the program.