Madhavdev tithi was observed today at VKV Golaghat premises with profound joy, a beautiful programme was observed in the primary assembly, 

which commenced with a mellifluous Borgeet by the students of class 4 and 5,following this a speech was delivered by Adrita Rani Hazarika of class 4 and thus this way the observation was concluded.



The festival of Rakshabandhan was celebrated in the premises of VKV, Golaghat with profound joy. 

A beautiful programme was organised celebrating the occasion which commenced with the lighting of the 'Dia'. The students of class 9 then performed a song gracing the moment with fervour.

Following this a speech was delivered by Saranjit Didi emphasizing the moment of celebration and the importance of Rakhi. After this, a glorious dance performance by the students of class 7 galvanized the entire occasion. 

Further keeping in mind of the yearly ritual performed by the VKV fraternity, the students and the teacher's went to visit different places namely- CRPF CampPolice StationGolaghat JailOrphanage HomeNearby School etc. and tied Rakhi to all concerned.



A science exhibition programme was conducted on 25th August 2018, by VKV Golaghat for the students of Classes 6 to 10. The exhibition was viewed upon bringing out the inherent skills of the students and uplifting their knowledge about science. For this purpose the students were categorised into junior and senior sections.

The junior section comprised of the students from classes 6 to 8 and the senior section comprised the students from classes 9 and 10. A total of 33 groups were formed with the junior section consisting of 20 groups and senior section consisting of 13 groups.

The demonstration of the projects received much praise from the scrutinisers and they were much elated of the student’s skills and ideas. Innovative projects such as Rain water harvesting, Energy production from waste materials, Tesla coil for wireless mobile charging received much acclaim along with other projects.



A vaccination programme was conducted on 21st of August 2018 in the VKV, Golaghat school premises. The programme laid emphasis on the disease Rubella Measles caused by rubella virus and it was organized by the Health and Family Welfare Departmemt, Govt of Assam.

It was coordinated by Mrs. Lakhi Konwar( L.H.S, SKKCH) and students from class UKG to class VIII were enrolled for it.

The awareness of the disease and its prevention was communicated amongst the students and as many as 1098 of them got enrolled out of which 876 students were vaccinated. The vaccination programme received widespread acclaim from the students and their parents and henceforth the entire VKV, Golaghat fraternity would like to express sincere gratitude to Govt of Assam in this regards.



Vivekananda Kendra Shiksha PrasarVibhag, Guwahati recently assigned a SOCIAL SCIENCE EXPLORATORY PROJECT to its students from class 7 to class 11 with a view to providing them an insight into the families of their locality and the functioning of their social structure. The survey was conducted in our school on 20th of August 2018.

With this objective the student of VKV Golaghat school were divided into a group of 10-15 and the total no of groups were 35.
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A group teacher was assigned for supervision and the 1st  phase of the project was conducted which emphasized knowing the families of the locality. As many as 21 places were visited during the tour and the students were introduced to different families.

A questionnaire was also provided to each of the students for appraisal. The families were asked several questions regarding their occupation, family members, toilet system, engagement in social activities, agriculture, art& craft etc which inculcated a basic knowledge about their social life, among the students.
The VKV,Golaghat is happy for the smooth conduction of the 1st phase of the social science exploratory project and offers congratulations to the students and teachers for their active participation.



The 72nd Independence Day was celebrated in the VKV, Golaghat school premises with glittering joy. The auspicious occasion was marked by the presence of the students, teachers and noted dignitaries namely Meera Kulkarni (Praanth Sangathak, Vivekananda Kendra Kanyakumari Assam Pranth), Mr. Ravi Savdwekar (Principal VKV Dibrugarh), Mrs. Lukumoni Borthakur ( Principal VKV Doyang),  & Mr. Tanmay Sarkar (Vice Principal VKV Borgolai).

The celebration was commemorated by Mr Achintya Goswami (Principal VKV Golaghat) hoisting the tricolour. This was followed by a speech from Goswami Sir sharing his valuable views regarding the importance of the day. 

After the conclusion of the speech followed a speech by one of the noted dignitary Meera Kulkarni Ji ( Pranth Sangathak, Vivekananda Kendra Kanyakumari, Assam Pranth). Next was a beautiful rendition of the patriotic song " Sabse Uchi Vijay Pataka" by the students of Class VIII Vivek.

This invoked a sense of pride, enthusiasm and glorified the entire occasion. The celebration was rejoiced by a gathering of 200 people which included the teachers, students and their parents. Sweets were distributed among the students and the celebration came to an end.

The entire VKV Golaghat fraternity is elated to have learnt that our boys got 3rd  position in the Parade Rally held at general field, Golaghat. The school congratulates them for their achievement and adding glory to its colours.



The birth anniversary of PadmaShri Dr. Robin Banerjee was celebrated in the VKV school premises. The celebration programme started with the tribute paying by the teachers at Robin Banerjee Museum

Following these, some other programmes were held in the school auditorium which started with lighting of Dia by Mrs. Giti Baishya, a welcome song by the students followed by a speech by  Samhita Chanda. 

This was further followed by a poem recitation by Bistirna Kumari followed by an Inter House PowerPoint presentation competition on the theme of Conservation of Wildlife with co-relation to Uncle Robin Banerjee's contribution to wildlife

The programme came to an end with the showing of Dr. Robin Banerjee 's documentary "The Pacific Ocean"