CBSE Sports Achievements

Sports is a very important part of the school curriculum in every student’s life. Contribution of sports in the field of one's all round development is of paramount importance. Going by this mantra the VKV Golaghat also encourages and strives for upliftment of its students in the field of sports. Therefore, it is a matter of great pride and honour for the entire VKV Golaghat fraternity to announce that in the recently concluded sports meet (Badminton, Swimming, Athletics& Table Tennis) the students have shone with flying colours.

 In the Athletics cluster meet held at South Point School, Barsapara, Gauhati from 20/9/18 to 23/9/18, Subhangana Gogoi(class 11) got 1st prize in 200m and 400m running event in the U17 category and was also adjudged the best athlete.

In the U17 category Nandini Chandak (class9) got 1st and 2nd prize respectively in 1500m and 800m event, Deepjyoti Bora(class 11) got 1st prize in the 200m event and Hritom Kashyap got 2nd prize in the 100m event. In the U14 category Kanandeep Kaur(class 7) got 2nd prize in the 100m event.

In the Table Tennis cluster meet held at DPS Nazira from 28/9/18 to 30/9/18 Mrinmoy Dutta(class8), Rayan Ahmed(class8) and Kumar Arnab(class7) got 3rd prize respectively.

 In the Badminton category( For east zone) held at  B.R.V Model School, Budaun, U.P from 2/10/18 to 6/10/18, Taniya Bordoloi (class9) and Deena Sabri(class8) won the first prize in U17 team event.

 In the Swimming category(For east zone) held at the same venue from 18/10/18 to 21/10/18, Essahan Bir Gogoi(class 8) got 2nd prize in the 100m and 50m breaststroke and 3rd prize in the freestyle and relay events. Adwik Hazarika (class5) got 1st prize in the 100mfreestyle and 50m breaststroke events and 2nd prize in the 200m in the IMR event. Furthermore, Toushif Rahman(class5), Anshumali Phukan (class8) and Anamitra Phukan(class 11) got 2nd prize, 2nd prize and 3rd prize respectively in the 50m freestyle, 200m freestyle and 50m backstroke events. Also in the U14 category the boy’s team got 3rd prize in the 4×100m medley relay event.
The VKV, Golaghat fraternity is immensely proud in this regards and wishes the well being of the students for their future endeavours.


The auspicious occasion of Teacher's Day was conducted in the premises of VKV Golaghat with utmost joy. 

The programme commenced with the felicitation of former teacher's Padmeswar Gogoi,  Sir and Champa Devi alongwith a speech delivered by Padmeswar Sir. The students of class 10 (anand) brought forth a beautiful Assamese folk song gracing the occasion. Following this the felicitation of teachers and staff was conducted. 

After this followed a semi classical dance performance and Hindi song performance concluding which was a silent skit performance going by the theme 'Unity in Diversity'. Further followed a Garba Dance performance and a slideshow presentation of the teacher's. The ceremony concluded with a Bihu Dance performed by the students of class 10.



The prize distribution of Ganit Prajna Pariksha, an appreciation programme for the successful talents in the field of the mathematics organized for the students of Class 6, 7 & 8 was conducted in the premises of VKV Golaghat on 4th of August 2018. The Chief guests for the occasion were Prakhyat Duarah Sir and Akram Hussain from Salikhat Higher Secondary School. The programme started with a welcome speech by Vice principal, Dhan Pradhan. This was followed by a report presentation on the objective of Ganit Prajna Pariksha by Samhita Chanda. Next was a felicitation to the rank holders of the Ganit Prajna Pariksha. To the utmost delight of VKV Golaghat 4 students from class 6, 1 student from class 7 and 4 students from class 8 got rank in the examination and made the entire school proud. Certificates of consolation were also awarded to 57 students from class 6, 47 students from class 7 and 46 students from class 8.


The festival of Janmashtami, widely popular as the day of incarnation of Lord Krishna, was celebrated in the premises of VKV, Golaghat with great vigour and utmost joy. The celebration commenced with the lighting of Dia by our respected Principal Sir.

This was followed by a Bharat Natyam Dance performed by two students of Class UKG which was adorable. An action song was then performed by the students of class 2 gracing the occasion. Next was a speech by Sapna Didi regarding the observance of the festival. The students of class 4 & class 5 then performed a group dance and the rendition of the song was done by the singing group of VKV. Next followed a drama performance by the students of class 4 which was really commendable. After this was a group dance performed by the students of class 6 & class 7 and the conclusion of the entire ceremony was done after the distribution of Prasad.

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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.