Our school organized a workshop on protection of children from sexual offense with an aim of raising awareness and educating the students about the prevalence and impact of sexual abuse . It was conducted by the Dibrugarh Bar Association. Smt. Rina Moni Borah, Advocate of Bar Association, Dibrugarh was the resource person. Sri. Abhijeet Saikia, Secretary of District Legal Office was the chief guest who lead the programme foraward. It was a community outreach programme involving the students of school as well as nearby school, teachers and community members . The resource person Smt. Rina Moni Borah provided information on recognizing signs of abuse and preventive measures. She discussed about the POCSO Act and different laws, rules and regulations related to the topic. Thus, the workshop was indeed a wonderful initiative to raise awareness and instill in the minds of the young children to create a safe and more secure environment for all children in our country.
Commemorating the legendary warrior our school observed Lachit Diwas on 24/11/2023 . It started with a small speech highlighting the significance of the day. A song dedicated to Bir Lachit Borphukan's dedication and courageousness was soulfully presented byRanjit Sir. After that a video was displayed showcasing the valourous deeds of Lachit Borphukan in the historical event of Saraighat battle. The event featured an awareness among all the students about Bir Lachit's immense contribution for the sake of his country.
On the auspicious occasion of Eknathji's Sadhana Diwas, our vidyalaya organised a soulful Sundarkand Path and Mahayajna on 19th November, 2023. The event was a beautiful culmination of devotion, spirituality and community participation. The Sundarkand, a chapter from the ancient Indian epic Ramayana and Hanuman Path was recited by five Pandits. Students along with their parents were invited and they together partake in this spiritual event. It was an atmosphere of tranquility and devotion. Around 140 members took part in this grand occasion. After reciting the verses from Sundarkand and Hanuman Path. Chandana Didi explained the profound importance of the day and shared how this event has served as an opportunity for the children to connect with rich spiritual traditions. 21 Havan Kundas were made and everyone took part in the ceremony actively. The special day ended with Kheer distribution and the event left an indelible mark on the hearts and minds of all participants.
To mark the completion of 25 years, our vidyalaya celebrated Divyanga Krida Utsav on 17th November 2023. It was a wonderful day as the students of our vidyalaya got an opportunity to spend invaluable time with the special children of Mrinaljyoti School. 35 students and 7 teachers were invited to our school. They were grandly welcomed by the school band and were escorted by class 9 students and teachers. Our Principal Smt. Meghana Kakoty Didi herself went to their school and came along with them. Sri. Bhupen Goswami Sir, HOP AGBP NEEPCO Bokuloni was the chief guest. Smt. Amiya Pathak Borpujari, Principal Mrinaljyoti School was the guest of honour. The event took an opening with Mangalacharan and Pushpanjali by the honoured guests, principal, teachers and students of Mrinaljyoti Rehabilitation centre. The chief guest and the principal in their speeches encouraged the students to participate enthusiastically in the one day sports festival. A group of specially abled children even danced and proved that they are no less than others. Sri. Bhupen Goswami Sir declared the opening of the the sports day and the children took part in all the sports activities very energetically and left everyone thrilled to see their excitement. Gifts were distributed to them and teachers were honoured with appreciation letter and fulam gamusa. The students of Mrinaljyoti school performed a amazing mime on saving trees. It was heartwarming to see our children helping, enjoying and playing with them with open heart. They built a strong bond of friendship with them and the whole day experience made them realise that they too are a part of the main strata of the society.