Sunday, 17 September 2023


 Universal Brotherhood Day is observed on 11 September annually around the world to honour the historic speech delivered by Swami Vivekananda on this day in 1893 in Chicago to the delegates of the World Parliament of Religions. Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya Rangat, observed U.B.Day with a lot of joy and excitement.

The chief guest for the event was Dr. Bindu Kumar. Parents, SMC members and PTA members were present to witness the program. The entire program was organized by Veer Savarkar House.

The event commenced with a wonderful welcome dance performance by Diti Sahay  and Kyna Halder of C-IV.
Following the dance performance, Bishnu  Pada Biswas (Teacher) delivered an address for the day. Two students were attired as  Swami Vivekananda  and elaborated on his profound thoughts. Next, Jui Dutta from Class IX attired as  Swami Vivekananda  and delivered his Chicago address. A delightful group song was performed by the students. Prizes from various competitions, which were organized in honor of Universal Brotherhood Day, were distributed to our students by our esteemed chief guest. A skit was performed by the students, portraying the life incidents of Swami Vivekananda. House-wise dance competitions were conducted. The chief guest addressed the significance of the day, emphasizing its importance. Finally, the program was concluded with the distribution of prizes by the  Chief Guest & the Principal .

Saturday, 9 September 2023



KRISHNAN JANMASTAMI was joyously celebrated in our school VIVEKANANDA KENDRA VIDYALAYAK RANGAT , with great fervor and enthusiasm. The event was organised by MADAN LAL  DHINGRA HOUSE & addressed by  Miss TANUSHREE(Teacher), who emphasized the significance of this auspicious day.

The festivities commenced with a delightful fancy dress competition. Students from KGI, KG II, Class 1, and Class 2 were participated in the competition. The young participants showcased their creativity and enthusiasm, bringing various characters associated with Lord Krishna. KRITIKA PAUL, a student of Class V, delivered a heartfelt speech, on the importance of Krishnan Janmastami.

A wonderful classical dance performance was  performed by DITI  SAHAY AND KYNA HALDER  from Class IV.

House wise Krishna bhajans were presented by the different houses. SHRADDHA, a student of Class V, performed ring dance. A thought-provoking skit was performed by Madan lal  Dhingra House, showcasing incidents from Lord Krishna's life.

 TRISHA DHANWAR  of class IX & DHANVI DHANWAR of class IV performed an energetic  dance. At last , all students offered flowers to Lord Krishna symbolizing their devotion.The celebration was concluded with the distribution of prashad.



Our school VIVEKANANDA KENDRA VIDYALAYA RANGAT celebrated TEACHERS'DAY with great enthusiasm. The program was organised by LALA HARIDHAYAL HOUSE.

The event started with a heartfelt assembly. After that ,students paid tribute to their teachers. Bouquets were presented as tokens of gratitude. KYNA HALDER, student of class IV, opened the program with a beautiful classical dance performance. BINDHU didi followed with a speech that emphasized the significance of the day.The celebration continued with a series of captivating performances. JUI  DUTTA (C-IX)and her group presented a wonderful group song, followed by a speech delivered by SATYAM BAWALI  (C-VII). DITHI  SAHAY and her group , expressed their gratitude through a group dance dedicated to the teachers. KYNA HALDER, once again, delivered a valuable speech highlighting the importance of the occasion.

Students from the Lala Haridhayal House performed a skit centered around the theme of Teacher's Day. VEDANSH( C- II) recited a beautiful poem, and KRITIKA PAUL (C- VI) showcased a wonderful solo dance performance. S.C. AVANTIKA , of class IV presented another captivating dance, while Sonakshi from the same class also recited a beautiful poem..Diti's sung a melodious song, focusing on the significance of a Guru. Finally, the event  was concluded  with an outstanding ring dance by SHRADDHA (C- V).

Thursday, 31 August 2023



“The bond between a sister and a brother, is sometimes tightly woven, sometimes loosely held, but never broken”

Raksha Bandhan is a festival which celebrates the bond of a brother and sister. This festival is celebrated in the Hindu religion. It is one of their most important festivals. In addition, sisters and brothers wait eagerly for it all round the year. People celebrate it with abundant zeal and enthusiasm in India. Similarly, it does not matter if you are a kid or an adult. Brothers and sisters of all ages celebrate Raksha Bandhan.

 Furthermore, it strengthens the bond between them as well. ‘Raksha’ translates to the protection and ‘Bandhan’ translates to bond. Thus, this explains the meaning of this festival.

Raksha Bandhan is celebrated by following the  Hindu Calendar. It falls in the month of  Saawan and people celebrate it on the last day of the month. This auspicious festival usually falls around August only.

Aspire believes that such celebrations of festivals with true spirit, teach students about our Indian traditions.

For keeping this tradition alive, VIVEKANANDA KENDRA VIDYALAYA, RANGAT conducted a ‘Rakhi –making’ competition. Students from class IX & X participated in the competition and made colourful rakhis. They used decorative threads, stars, mirrors, pearls and flowers for making beautiful rakhis.

The event was celebrated with full enthusiasm and zeal. Our Principal appreciated the work of the students. The event of RAKSHA BANDHAN was organized by   KHUDIRAM BOSE (GREEN) HOUSE Members. It was organized  to promote cultural values and strengthen the senses of unity among the students.Our Principal Shri CH Shanmuga Rao  inaugurated the event by lighting the lamp. After that Smti M.  Sudevi (Teacher) presented a beirf oration about the significance of Raksha bandhan .  Darsh  Bepari of  class IX delivered a nice  speech on Raksha bandhan , emphasizing the importance of bond between siblings. Students from various classes also came forward and gave short speech on Raksha bandhan.

Class wise boys and girls enthusiastically exchanged rakhis and chocolates with each other. The exchange of rakhis promoted a sense of unity and harmony among the students. in order to create a festival atmosphere, students performed cultural dances that revolved around the theme of sibling love. Shreya  of class III,presented a beautiful traditional  dance. Shraddha of class V, presented an outstanding dance performance with the help of ring which was appreciated by everyone.  Then Akriti Mistry of Class II  &  Kritika Paul  of Class VI also presented beautiful dances.

Sunday, 20 August 2023


Meri Maati Mera Desh’ ` Campaign is envisaged on 9th August as a culminating event of “Azadi ka Amrit Mohotsav “. It is launched as a tribute to veers and veeranganas who have sacrificed their whole life for our country.  It envisions a unified celebration of India’s soli and valour.

This compaign comprises of many activities like Dedication of Shilaphalakam(Memorial), “Panch Pran” Pledge,Vasuda Vandhan, Veeron Ka Vandan, Rashtragaan, Amrit Kalash Yatra etc.

VIVEKANANDA KENDRA VIDYALAYA, RANGAT, celebrated this campaign on 14 August to honour our land and the heroes & to inspire the future generations to protect our nation’s cherished heritage.  All students & staff enlighten self made mitti diyas and took pledge of “Panch Pran” which was lead by our senior teacher Smti. Sunita Kumari. After that, placed the diyas in front of Indian outline map drawn by our teachers.The celebration was concluded after the Patriotic Song  "Aarti Bharat Maata ki...." as a tribute to our nation.

Wednesday, 16 August 2023


Independence Day is celebrated on August 15 every year. This is a proud day for the nation and Indians, as it marks the day when our motherland finally gained freedom from British Rule which lasted for more than 200 years. It was on August 15, 1947, when the country attained freedom from the British Raj at the stroke of the midnight hour. This year, India is celebrating its 77th Independence Day.

VIVEKANANDA KENDRA VIDYALAYA RANGAT celebrated the 77th INDEPENDENCE DAY on 15th August 2023 with great enthusiasm and patriotic fervor. The school campus was beautifully decorated with flags and naturally available flowers to commemorate the day. All the students and teachers gathered in the school premises at 6: 30 a.m.

In the presence of a gleeful gathering, the National Flag was hoisted by the Principal Shri CH SHANMUGA RAO. A solemn speech was given by the Principal to pay homage to the brave martyrs of the country. Then one of our teachers Mr .AYAN MONDAL delivered a wonderful speech about the significance of this day. After that students of various classes (PRATIKSHA MONDAL(C-IX), AYUSH BARA (C-VI), MOHAMMMAD ZAHIR (C-IV) , S.C.AVANTIKA |(C-IV),BOOOMIKA (C-VII)) delivered a  wonderful speech .A Soulful  Patriotic song was sung by  CH.HEMANT & GROUP.  Apart from that solo song s were also sung by the students.(AVINASH KUMAR (C-X) & DISHA (C-VII))

After that, a beautiful patriotic song “ ARATI BHARAT MAATA KI “ was sung by all by which the school campus echoed with  a patriotic fervor.

The program was ended by singing the National Anthem.

  At last, Sweets were distributed to all .



Sunday, 16 July 2023


                                            Indian Talent Olympiad

Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya  Rangat ,is very much  proud to congratulate Rudra Kirtania of class III participated in General Knowledge International Olympiad competition, held in academic year 2022-23 & received Certificate of Merit & has scored State Rank - 67 organized by Indian Talent Olympiad



  Om Biswas of Class IX secured 1st position & received cash prize of Rs 1000 with certificate & Hemal Halder of class IX  secured 2nd position & received cash prize of Rs 750 with certificate in   Photography contest & workshop organised at District level by Yuva Utsav - India@2047, Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan, Ministry of  Youth Affairs and Sports.


                                                         WINNERS OF VANMOHOTSAV  2023-24

On occasion of Vanmahotsav, Forest Department N&M Andaman organized various competitions. 

                                                                 DRAWING COMPETITION.

Diti Sahay  (C-II)   secured II  position .                      Kyna Halder (C-II) secured III position .


                                                                   QUIZ COMPETITION    

In this, Aushi Sarkar  & Abijt Sarkar of Class X & Jui Dutta of class IX secured II  Position .


                                                                     DRAWING COMPETION

Jui Dutta of C-IX secured First position in Drawing competition.

                                                                    ELOCUTION COMPETITION

Kritika Paul secured I position in Hindi  Elocution & Hemal Haldar of C-IX secured I position in English Elocution.

Tuesday, 4 July 2023




Guru Purnima: Guru Purnima holds an immense significance among Hindus as it is one of the most important day in Sanatan Dharma. This day is celebrated to commemorate the importance of Guru or teacher. People worship Guru on this auspicious day. As per Drik Panchang, Guru Purnima is celebrated on 
Purnima Tithi (Full Moon Day) in the month of Ashadha. This year, Guru Purnima is being celebrated today, on July 3, 2023.

Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya Rangat celebrated “Guru Purnima” on3rd  July .The programme was organised by  the members of Ganga House.our honourable Principal  , Shri Ch . Shanmuga Rao
 inaugurated the function by enlighting the lamp. After that he delivered a wonderful speech about “Guru Purnima”
. After that, Students of Ganga house presented a beautiful song. Areet Mondal of class class X , delivered speech on ' Role of Guru in our life' .A short and meaningful skit performed by the students of Ganga House related to the importance of Guru.A brief speech was presented by  Miss Anushri Das (teacher ). All teachers were honoured with bouquets by the students. At last Principal sir explained the importance of Guru in our life. Guru bhajans was sung by our student lead by Principal sir and many other guru bhajans were sung by students.The programme  was concluded with offering flowers by everyone including both students and teachers


Monday, 3 July 2023





The International Day of Yoga has been celebrated across the world annually on June 21 since 2015, following its inception in the United Nations General Assembly in 2014.Yoga is a physical, mental and spiritual practice which originated in ancient India. An invaluable gift of ancient Indian tradition, Yoga has emerged as one of the most trusted means to boost physical and mental well-being. The word "Yoga" is derived from the Sanskrit root yj meaning "to join", "to yoke" or "to unite", symbolizing the unity of mind and body; thought and action; restraint and fulfillment; harmony between human and nature, and a holistic approach to health and well-being.

keeping in mind, VIVEKANANDA KENDRA VIDYALAYA FAMILY RANGAT, celebrated International Yoga Day with great enthusiasm. Students , parents and  staff  participated in  various yoga Asanas  and  in some warm up exercises . Importance of  doing yoga & Exercise were explained simultaneously. Demonstration was  given by  the Principal CH. Shanmuga Rao, Shri  Anand Rao sir(science Teacher) &  Mr. Ayan Mondal (Maths Teacher). 

Monday, 29 May 2023




              CBSE RESULTS FOR CLASS X - 2022-2023

Commendable Achievement!
       Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalayas always believe in enhancing pupils academic skills and at the same time , fostering their Enthusiasm. Keeping up the record of past years, VKV Rangat, again performed brilliantly in CBSE Board Examination of class X.  A total of 20 Students, appeared for the board exam. Overall 18 students got" First Division". 11 students secured marks between "75% - 95 %".
The Principal, Shri CH. Shanmuga  Rao , congratulated all the students for their success and thanked the teachers for their hard work and great effort.


Wednesday, 15 February 2023

MATRU PUJA 2022- 2023

" Matru devo bhava, Pitru devo bhava, Acharya devo bhava, Atithi devo Bhava”.  The traditional Matru puja is based on the verse of the Taittiriya Upanishad, which says that “Let you be the one who worships mother, father, teachers and guests as god”.

Goddess in the heaven are always worshipped during festivals. But Goddess on the earth, who give birth to us, (our Mother) should also be worshipped. She sacrifices so many things in life just to see that her children grow and lead a successful life.

Nobody in this world can do what a mother does for her child.

To respect the sacrifices and the pain that she takes to make a life & to instil the moral values in the minds of children and to foster love and respect towards the “Mother” who has endured great pain to bring the child into this world, VIVEKANANDA KENDRA VIDYALAYA, RANGAT  conducted “Matru Puja” to strengthen the bond of love and respect between mothers and their children. The school was beautifully decorated with rangoli. Parents were  warmly welcomed by traditionally the teachers &  children of class IX. After that, the traditional lamp was lit followed with the chanting of “Three om karas”.  One of our senior teachers,  Smti Bindhu.K, performed the Guru Paduka Puja by offering Panchamrut (water, milk, curd, honey and ghee) and flowers at the Holy Lotus feet of Maa Saraswati, while the Guru Stotram was chanted by one and all. Thereafter, she spoke about the significance of this puja in the present day context, where children, distracted by the technology in hand, do not spend quality time with their mothers and thereby forget to care for their simple needs. In the meanwhile, one of our teacher , Smt Vidya Roy , through her valuable words, reminded the students of the countless  sacrifices Mothers, willingly make in order to lovingly raise them. After that, Smti Bindhu .K guided the children to wash the feet of their mothers.  Students worshipped their mothers’ by applying chandan and kum kum on their mother’s feet. They took aarti with diya & agarbatti  and garlanded them.  The emotional mothers’ hugged and kissed their children and blessed them wholeheartedly.  The beaming faces of the children and mothers was a treat to the eyes .Mothers became very emotional and thanked the teachers and management members for arranging such a beautiful programme for them which  gave awareness and importance of mother to the children on this day. 

After that, aarti was performed by the teachers .After taking blessings from all staff , Students got their Admit Cards from the Principal , Shri CH Shanmuga Rao, and the ceremony came to an end with the chanting of Shanti mantra.  At last, Prasad and Breakfast were served to all.

Saturday, 28 January 2023



 Maa Saraswati  is the goddess of knowledge, wisdom, arts, aesthetics, literature, music, and sciences in Indian culture. She is equivalent to nine muses that were considered  the source of inspiration in Greek and Roman cultures. In India,  Maa Sarswati is worshipped for inspiration to do well in the above mentioned spheres. Every educational institution and organization associated with education celebrates and observes Saraswati Pooja on Basant Panchami.


Keeping the tradition alive, our school, VIVEKANANDA KENDRA VIDYALAYA RANGAT, celebrated Basant Panchami with cultural fervour on January 26, 2023. Beautiful pieces of Art related to Basant Panchmi were decorated on the boards. A floral rangoli with yellow and orange coloured flowers signified the brilliance of nature and the vibrancy of life.

The stage was decorated with flowers and candles. The aroma of burning camphor filled the atmosphere with spirituality and fidelity. All the students, teachers, parents ,faculties and many local people were invited on this occasion.

 The school campus was beautifully decorated with traditionally made Bandhanwars using marigolds, lotuses, mango leaves and bells.

The program was inaugurated by the Principal Shri CH. Shanmuga Rao. All the rituals were performed with great fervour. The Puja was followed by other rituals such as Puspanjali, Nam Kirtan and Bhajan Samaroh. All students took blessings of Goddess Saraswati. The program bought refreshment, positivity and a sense of unity among all the members of the school. Dry Prashad was distributed  to everyone. Everyone had a hearty meal(kichidi) after the cultural program.



Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya Rangat ,celebrated 74th Republic Day on 26 Jan 2023 with great enthusiasm. The ceremony began with  Marching of students from all classes at 6:15 am. After that hoisting of the tricolor, the pride of Nation by the Principal Shri CH.Shanmuga Rao at 6.30 a.m. followed by the National Anthem. While speaking on the occasion ,he exhorted us to maintain the dignity of being a citizen of a Republic Country. He underlined that it is very important to realize the difference between war and peace.  All the students and staff together sang one patriotic song that is "Hindu Desh Ki Nivasi...".One of our teacher Miss Sushma Das delivered a speech on the importance of celebrating Republic Day. Students - Ayush bara (C-V),Pragati K.Pradap (C-IX) delivered speech. The teachers brought the stage alive with their passion and love of the motherland through their performances.

The school campus  reverberated with patriotic fervour and enthusiasm by our school choir songs. The program was ended with  slogans. At last, sweets were distributed to all.

Friday, 13 January 2023



“Fill the brain with high thoughts, highest ideals, place them day and night before you, and out of that will come Great work” - Swami Vivekananda.

To commemorate the 160th Birth Anniversary of Swami Vivekananda, Maker of Modern India, Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya, Rangat , N& M Andaman, celebrated   Swami  Vivekananda Jayanti &  National Youth Day with great joy & enthusiasm on 12th January 2023.It was  a grand day of celebration for the school and its students. The function started at 4:00 p.m. in Atal Bihari Vajpayee Auditorium, Rangat, N

& M Andaman
. . All the participants were very enthusiastic to perform for Swamiji Jayanti and our teachers helped everybody get ready in time. The Chief Guest was
Shri . Aditya Kumar Asthana , Danics, Assistant Commissioner,
N & M Andaman and the Guest of Honour was Dr. Suryakant Singh, Medical  Officer, Ayurveda, CHC, Rangat & Chairperson of SMC of our school. Parents of all the students were also invited on this auspicious day. The auditorium was completely decorated with lights and flowers. The Principal & senior teachers along with few students welcomed the Chief Guest & Guest of Honour at 4 pm. The program was inaugurated by lighting of  the lamp  by the lamp Chief Guest. Simultaneously, the Principal & senior-most teachers also lit the lamp. The cultural program began with school prayer. The Principal, Shri. CH. Shanmuga  Rao delivered welcome address and presented momentum to the Chief Guest and Guest of honour. After that a beautiful welcome dance was presented by our children. Our Chief Guest gave a big applause and presented a speech on the importance of celebrating  Swamiji Jayanti. After that, one by one, the students of different classes performed various programs. Students from all classes participated in these programs. In between ,The Principal  along with our Chief Guest , handed the prizes and certificates to students who actively participated and won in the various events conducted in our school such as Ganesh idol making, Rakhi making, Gita Jayanti, celebration  of Samarth Bharat Parv  etc. The children of junior wing performed beautiful group dances. After that, a group of students from class VII also played a little dramatic dance based on the theme of Independence of the country. Mime based on "Side Effects of using mobile phone"  presented by class VIII students was applauded by everyone in the hall.  After that, various programs like Cultural dances, dramatic dance based on the theme Jhansi Ki Rani – Manikarnika  & Skit based on Life Incident Of Swami Vivekananda also gained a big applause by everybody .  Vote of thanks was given by our school Librarian Shri . V. Senthil Kumar. Finally,  the Principal, Shri CH.Shanmuga Rao   thanked everyone . The program was hosted by Miss Suparna Tikader (Teacher),Adarsh Kumar Das & M.Nandhini(students of  C-X).The program was  concluded with "Shanti Path"









Thursday, 5 January 2023


  On 4th January 2023 ,VIVEKANANDA KENDRA VIDYALAYA, RANGAT, hosted its 18th Annual   Athletic Meet  , a day filled with fervour and excitement experienced admist thrills, shrills and cheers. On this special day , our Chief Guest SHRI. PANKAJ KUMAR PANDAY(SHO) inaugurated the opening ceremony by lighting the lamp. He also delivered a wonderful speech .SHRI. KESHAB KABIRAJ, Zilla Parishad Member ,Parnashala, M.Andaman, was the Guest of honour for the inaugural Ceremony.

 Our honourable Principal, Shri. CH. SHANMUGA RAO presented a wonderful welcome speech. After that the program started with "March Past". The highlight of the day was ,the lighting of the Presidency torch which was carried out by Karan Bara of  class X. Girls from various classes, performed Leizium Dance & Aerobic Exercise. Various events were conducted and students eagerly participated & won medals & Certificates. Games were organized for parents and certificates were given. 

Dr. POONAM GOVIND , CHC, Rangat, M. Andaman , was the chief Guest for the closing ceremony and SHRI. BALA MURUGAN (Pradhan Gram Panchayat, Parnashala , M. Andaman) was the Guest of Honour for the closing ceremony.

At the end of the day, students departed with clear smile on their faces as the Yellow house emerged as "Overall Champions". it was a day filled with sportsmanship and memories to cherries. At last, our Principal , thanked  all the teachers for their co-operation and support and advised children to keep up their sportsman sprit.