Raksha Bandhan

On 30th August 2023 the Vidyalaya celebrated our traditional occasion of Raksha Bandhan in a grand manner. This year our Vidyalaya celebrated the auspicious day not only in the campus but also in nearby tea gardens and local areas so as to spread the message of brotherhood by Swami Vivekananda and emphasize on how our society needs protection in every aspect and for that Lok Sampark is important. 

In our Vidyalaya, Richa Didi in her speech emphasized the relevance of the day for our institution. She said that in our organization we tie rakhi not only among brothers and sisters but to everyone in the society at large promising protection and realizing oneness. A beautiful and melodious song based on the unbreakable bond of brother and sister was presented by a group of students. After that Smt. Meghna Kakoty, Principal VKV  (NEEPCO) Bokuloni tied rakhi to Swami Vivekananda's portrait and all the students and teachers tied rakhi to each other. The event was more lively and colourful because students tied the rakhis that they made themselves in school during the Rakhi Making Competition. Sweets were distributed to make the moment more sweeter.


At 9:30 am, the celebration in the school got over and the teachers and students who were divided into different groups went to visit the nearby teagardens, shops, NEEPCO office etc. Two tea gardens were visited- Madhuting tea estate and Jodhpur tea estate where teachers and students went in groups to spread the message of brotherhood. Rakhis were tied and Alankrita Didi and Richa Didi explained the importance of Raksha Bandhan and why it is celebrated in such a speacial way in our vidyalaya in both the tea gardens respectively. We also spearheaded the 'Digital Detox' campaign. Uttara Didi and Dipak Sir spoke about  the harmful effects of overuse of technology and urged everyone to stay away from all kinds of electronic gadgets from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm and focus more on building interpersonal relationships and spending quality time with family members especially grandparents. We also distributed leaflets.

Rakhi Making Competition


Eknathji Punyatithi

On the auspicious day of Eknathji Punyatithi on 22 August 2023, our Vidyalaya paid tribute to the great personality in the morning assembly. A valuable speech was delivered by Parishmita Didi highlighting his immense contribution. A song on Eknathji's life and deeds was also presented by a group of students at the same time pushpanjali was also offered to the portrait of Eknathji by the Principal and the teachers.

Chandrayan-3 Soft landing live telecast in School

Teachers and students  of VKV (NEEPVO) Bokuloni attending the historic Chandrayan-3 landing live telecast.


77th Independence Day

Our Vidyalaya  celebrated the 77th Independence Day with pomp and joy. The students, teachers, parents and well wishers gathered in the school premises at 7:40 am. Mananiya Pranati Roy Didi was also present with us to celebrate the special day. The Principal VKV (NEEPCO) Bokuloni, Smt. Meghna Kakoty Didi along with Mananiya Pranati Didi hoisted the national flag, immediately followed by the national anthem. Smt. Meghna Didi delivered a speech wherein she spoke about the supreme sacrifices of our ancestors, our grandparents for the sake of whom we achieved our freedom and asked us to remember them so that we can connect with our roots again. She also informed the parents about the initiative taken by our Vidyalaya about the campaign of 'Digital Detox' spreading awareness about the harm done by overuse of technology and urged all to disconnect for a fixed time from all kinds of electrical gadgets and spend time with our near and dear ones to improve interpersonal relationships and build Lok Sampark so that we can reconnect with our roots. The banner of Digital Detox was unveiled by Mananiya Pranati Didi and pamphlets of the same were distributed. Swadesh Mantra was very beautifully delivered by Akangsha Dutta, a Class VII student. A melodious patriotic song was rendered by a group of students and all the other students enjoyed and swayed and waved the Tiranga along with the melody of the song creating a patriotic and heartwarming scene. Tanushka Dutta, a student of Class IX also gave a very inspiring speech. The passed out Class X students were invited to the programme where this year they felicitated their grandparents keeping in mind the theme of 'connecting with our roots'. Sweets were distributed and then everyone proceeded to the NEEPCO office to celebrate the day where our students perfomed in the cultural events. The day was really colourful and enjoyable.

Digital explosion has brought about a paradigm shift in the way our children socialize and spend their time. To help them connect to their roots and grow holistically, VKV Bokuloni launches the awareness campaign 'Digital Detox' on this auspicious occasion of Independence Day. 

With emphasis on the importance of holistic wellbeing of all, the campaign aims to build awareness among students and parents on the need of judicious use of mobile phone, computer etc.

Jai Hind.