Vidyarambh ceremony was held on 22nd April for new KG students. Total 38 students along with their parents were present in the programme. The Principal, Sri. Guru Charan Das Sir addressed the parents and students and highlighted about the importance of Vidyarambh ceremony as well as about parenting. After his inspiring speech, the rituals of the ceremony began with KG students sitting on the teacher's lap, chanting and writing 'OM' on the rice plate. They were given sweets. Parents and students offered pushpanjali to Bharat Mata which was accompanied by bhajans on the background. The programme ended with shantipath.


On 21st April Varsharambh was observed at the school prayer hall during the morning assembly to start the academic session 2022-2023 for the smooth functioning and good result of the school. In both the primary and secondary assembly  Sri. Guru Charan Das Sir, the Principal of the school, welcomed the students for the new academic session with his motivational words and also reminded them about some do's and dont's. Saraswati vandana and bhajans were sang. The programme ended with shantipath.

Utsarga Samaroh and Matri Diwas

Utsarga Samaroh and Matri Diwas was observed for the outgoing class X students on 6th April. The programme started at 8.30 am. The significance of Utsarga Samaroh was explained by Sanjay Sir and Uttara Didi. Students lighted diyas on the outline of the rangoli of India map and took prasad followed by pushpanjali of Bharat Mata. Students and teachers shared their experiences, it was an emotional moment. The Principal, Sri. Guru Charan Das Sir motivated the students with his inspiring words and gave some valuable tips to be followed for their upcoming exam. Thus the first phase of the programme concluded at 10.15 am.

The second phase of the programme was the observance of Matri Diwas. Students worshipped their parents in a ceremonial way by washing their feet. After tilakam and aarti, Ganesh puja and Hawan was conducted by Sanjay Sir. Sri. Bikash Upadhyaya Sir from VKV Dibrugarh was invited to conduct the Matri Puja. Some of the mothers shared their experiences and thanked the teachers for their contribution. After the programme, lunch was served to all.

Educational Awareness Programme on Conservation of Energy

Vivekananda Kendra Vidayalya (NEEPCO) Bokuloni embraces a passion to work for a green and clean surrounding. Eco club is one of the intergal parts of our school curriculum and a member of NGC (National Green Corps). Our Eco club - Aranya-Sikha organized a Cycle Rally on 23rd April 2022 as a Mass Education Awareness Campaign supported by PCRA (Petroleum Conservation and Research Association) for the cause of Conservation of Energy. As a part of the program, two competitions were held:

1.  Placard/Slogan Writing Competition (Inter School: VIII-XI)

* Topic for Placard/Slogan“Conservation of Energy” 

* The pictures/snapshots of the Placards were asked to be sent to WhatsApp group for judgement and then hung in front of the cycle on the day of the rally.

2. Paragraph Writing Competition (Lady Parents, Teachers, Well-wishers, Supporting Staff)

* Topic for Paragraph writing“Homemaker’s Tips and Tricks on reducing consumption of fossil fuel”, Word Limit: 120 – 150 words.

* The paragraph written were asked to be sent to the WhatsApp group. All the contestants were requested to take part in the Cycle Rally to boost the morale of the students and help create awareness.

Many Schools participated in the event and made it fruitful. The Schools were: Purbanchal Karikari Uccha Madhyamik Vidyalaya, Ekalavya Junior College, Ushapur Higher Secondary School, Bhadoi Model School. Two students each from DPS Digboi and Maria’s Public School Ghy, who were on vacation, were very enthusiastic about the event and also participated in the Cycle Rally and Placard writing competition. Lady Parents and Teachers also took part in the Rally.

The Program started at 8 am with Mangalacharan. Smt. Chandana Pathak, coordinator of eco-club spoke about the importance of the event. Smt. Mitali Goswami, President of Ladies Club (NEEPCO) Bokuloni was invited as the chief guest and was felicitated with Fulam Gamusa and a token of Love by Smt. Gita Sharma and Smt. Jyotsna Srivastava respectively. General instructions were given and Smt. Mitali Goswami flagged off the cycle rally. The cycle rally covered a distance of 6 kms inside the NEEPCO campus. The participants were provided glucose water at the ending point and were taken to the NRC hall for the concluding session. The news about the Cycle Rally was covered by journalist Jeet Dutta of Time 8 and was telecast. The awareness program was also published in print media like Amar Axom, Niyamiya Barta, Assam Aditya, Purbanchal Prahari etc.

The concluding session was organized in collaboration with the NEEPCO Ladies Club. Smt. Rakhimoni Rajkumari Gogoi anchored the program. The Program started with Mangalacharan and followed with a Chorus by the NEEPCO ladies. Smt. Nirmali Baishya, Smt. Swapnali Borkakoty, Smt. Meenakshi Konwar, Smt. Mrinali Swargiyari and some students shared their experiences about the event. A Jeng Bihu was performed by NEEPCO ladies followed by a Poem Recitation by Swapnali Borkakoty(Parent). After that prizes for Placard/Slogan writing competition were announced by Smt. Pallavi Bordoloi. The prizes were given away by Smt. Mitali Goswami to the following students.

1st Prize: Pinakshi Kumar

2nd Prize: Himadri Konwar

3rd Prize: Niharika Moran

Consolation Prize: Prarthana Borah, Abhinav Gogoi, Nilutpal Khanikar, Shashankor Chetia and Jeesita Jana.

The program continued with a group song by the students, followed by prize distribution for Paragraph writing competition. The prizes were given away by Sri. Guru Charan Das, Principal VKV (NEEPCO) Bokuloni. The winners are:

1st Prize: Purobi Neog

2nd Prize: Rashmirekha Sharma

3rd Prize: Rakhimoni Rajkumari Gogoi

The program concluded with a motivating speech by Smt. Mitali Goswami followed by the vote of thanks by Smt. Neeti Changmai and ended with ShantiPath.

The successful completion of the Program was possible due to the dedication and diligence of all the teachers of our Vidyalaya who worked behind the scene especially the organizing team members: Smt. Chandana Pathak, Smt. Alankrita S. Baruah, Smt. Uttara Baruah, Sri. Sanjay Srivastava and Sri. Dipak Kumar.

The need and importance of Energy Conservation was highlighted for a better tomorrow. The Program concluded by striving to improve ourselves by reflecting on our eco-friendly habit-forming activities and by taking a challenge as an opportunity and not a problem.

Saraswati Puja

Saraswati Puja was solemnised at the school with much fervour and enthusiasm. Taking the Govt. SOP into consideration, only classes IX and X came to school to celebrate Puja. The Hawan started at 9.00 am in the morning  wherein all the students and teachers joined in performing the rituals. It was followed by a beautiful session of Saraswati bhajans by the students. Saraswati Mata Aarti was then led by the Purohit followed by everyone. Prasadam, Kheer and few other items were prepared which were relished by all. The celebration ended at around 2 pm.

73rd Republic Day

73rd Republic Day was celebrated on 26th January 2022 at 8.00 am both via online mode and offline mode. The program started with hoisting of National Flag by Principal Sir followed by National Anthem with band by students of Class IX and X. After that Jesita Jana of class IX lead the Swadesh Mantra. Tajaynnya Gogoi of class VIII did the anchoring. Principal Sir, Shri Guru Charan Das delivered a speech on the significance of the day and thanked all the students and teachers for their effort in these trying times of Covid 19 pandemic and its variants. In his speech he encouraged the students in contributing towards making a corruption free India. The motivating speech was followed by a group song by students. After that Namrata Bordoloi, a student of class VIII delivered a speech on Republic Day. The online program concluded here for students of classes KG to VIII but the students of classes IX and X performed Surya Namaskar as part of Surya Namaskar for Vitality programme under Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav initiative. The offline celebration concluded with sweet distribution and prize distribution to the winners of different competitions for teachers and staff members throughout the session.

Shilpi Diwas

Shilpi Diwas was observed on 17th January 2020 where Dipak Sir spoke on the immense contribution of Jyotiprasad Agarwala towards Assamese literature and music. Three Jyoti Sangeets were performed by Punyalakhi didi, Emon didi and Ranjit Sir respectively.

Vivekananda Jayanti



Swamiji's Jayanti cum National Youth Day was celebrated on 12th January 2022 in the School Assembly hall at 9.30 am. Mayuranki Sonowal of Class X anchored the programme. The celebration commenced with a welcome song by Ranjit Sir and a group of students. Gita didi delivered a speech on the illustrious life and deeds of Swamiji, who is an inspiration for all. Classes KG to VII joined online while Classes VIII to X were physically present. Prize distribution event was then conducted for classes VIII, IX and X to felicitate and recognize the talents of the students in various fields like reading, writing, sports etc. After this, under the guidance of Dipak Sir, the students did Surya Namaskar which was followed by Pushpanjali of Swamiji and Aarti of  Bharatmata. The programme concluded with vote of thanks by Punya Lakhi didi followed by sweet distribution.

Annual Sports

 Annual Sports Week was organised from 4th January 2022 to 6th January 2022.

Sports Day Concluding Ceremony was organised on 6th January 2022. The function began at 2 pm. Sri. Anupam Singha Baruah, an executive of NEEPCO Bokuloni was the chief guest. Anchita Baruah of Class VII was the anchor. The programme started with a group song performed by Class X students. After this, Principal Sir and the Chief Guest handed over the prizes to the winners of the VKGK Quiz Competition. It was followed by some cultural performances including a Tiwa dance, Group song and a Patriotic dance. The cultural programme concluded with Bharatmata Aarti by all present. Sri. Anupam Baruah congratulated the winners, players and the performers in his speech for their performances and emphasized on the essence of sports and games in our life. Thus the conclusion of Annual Sports Week was announced with the lowering of the Sports Flag and vote of thanks by Jyotsna didi followed by distribution of sweets.

Samartha Bharat Parva

On the occassion of Samartha Bharat Parva all the teachers and students offer Aarti after school hours. Everyday a teacher delivers a speech on the patriots of India during the morning assembly. Swadesh Mantra and Vande Mataram song led by a group of students are also performed in the morning assembly.


Kalpataru Divas

Kalpataru Divas was observed on 1st January during the morning assembly. Ranjit Sir along with some students performed a Ram bhajan and all the students followed from their respective classes. Sanjay Srivastav Sir delivered a speech on the importance of the day.

Matri Divas

Matri Divas was celebrated on 27th December. KG Mother parents were invited to the programme. A melodious Krishna bhajan was performed by teachers. Gita didi delivered a speech on Sharda Ma including some points from Nivedita Didi's letter. It was followed by a presentation and talk show on the contributions of Great Indian Women in different fields and how they have influenced our lives. Towards the end two games were arranged for the Mothers.

A Food Festival was also organized on the same day wherein all the lady teachers prepared different dishes. Four judges were chosen randomly from among the Mothers and Staff members. 

Kutumba Sammelan on Gita Jayanti

On 10th and 11th December 2020 Gita chanting competition was conducted for classes I to X. On 14th December a common programme was held after the morning assembly which included a speech on Karmayoga Shloka by Jyotsna Didi followed by Gita chanting by students. 

In the evening a common family function was held for the members of Amrit Parivar, VMC members. Prize winners of different competitions were also invited to the programme. Approximately 80 members attended the programme. The programme started with Mangalacharan and Gita chanting by teachers. Srivastav Sir presented a video on the teachings of Gita which was a valuable session. The last item was a game for both parents and students. Light refreshment was also provided.