Tuesday, August 2, 2022

Aazadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav & Har Ghar Tiranga

 Vivekananda Kendra Zilla Parishad Vidyalaya, R K Gram, Diglipur has organised a rally on 2nd August 22 in regards of Har Ghar Trianga campaign under the aegis of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav to create awareness among students and public.

Wednesday, February 2, 2022





Vivekananda Kendra Zilla Parishad Vidyalaya, R K Gram, Diglipur participated in 75 Crores Suryanamaskar of 13 rounds every day. Event starts from 7th January -22 to 29th 

January- 22 ( 8th January second Saturday and 9th January Sunday) 

Total 238 students, 21 teaching staff and 01 non-teaching staff completed events and received participation certificate.


Our school Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya is surrounded with the majestic richness of the forest territory which offers lovely aerial views and refreshing freshwater stream with its rich flora and fauna.

   Our students are offered with directly involved and invested in the discovery of their own knowledge. Through collaboration and cooperation with others, students engage in experiential learning that is authentic, holistic and challenging including Indian culture and tradition.

   Our school was established on 1stSeptember 2003 with 50 students in I standard, 4 teachers and a peon. Total area of the school is 2 hectares and its build up area is 2051 square metre and ground is 5000 square metre. The first batch of X standard students appeared for their board exam in the year 2014 with total 21 students. The school was upgraded to Higher Secondary school in the academic year 2016 with 21 students. The first batch of XII students appeared for the Board examination in the year 2018 with 18 students. The higher secondary class has only one group. It is science stream including the following subjects, English, Physics, Biology, Mathematics, and Chemistry.

   The young learners have proved their academic excellence by securing state and district level rank. We have received second district rank and one of our students got state fifth in the academic year 2017 to 2018

   The principals who rendered their service for the upliftment of our vidyalaya since 2003.

Name of the Principal


Shri. Sushanta Sarkar

2003 – 2007

Shri. Manimohan Hira

2007 – 2017

Shri. Kamal Chandra Das

2017 – 2020

Shri. Manimohan Hira

2020 onwards

   Now our school has made a remarkable progress with classes from LKG to XII standard with the strength of 769 students. Beside the entrance of assembly area it is decorated with the installation of Swami Vivekananda Statue in the year 2016. The students are nurtured well in the hands of 23 well-learned dedicated faculties, 5 non-teaching faculty and a well-furnished library. Our school enables the students to enrich their Rashtriya bhasha Hindiand Vedic language Sanskrit. Our school has also taken up the mission of grooming overall personality of our students by imparting about our vedic heritage, Gita chanting and the students excel in arts like music and drawing. One of our student has topped State level Kalautsav and he was promoted to National Level Kalautsav.

   To develop the creativity of the students, each and every year, they are divided into 4 groups and various competitions are conducted to manifest the innate talent of the students listening, speaking, reading and writing skill.

   Resource persons were invited frequently to motivate the students so that they develop into global citizens and future leaders. Mathrupooja is arranged in our school to offer their reverence to their mothers. Teachers visited each and every home to spread the message of Swami Vivekananda.

   Our school moulds the staff through various activities like yoga, Kendra Varga, training camps and Swadhyaya Varga.

   A school where children can grow intellectually, socially, emotionally and spiritually as fully functioning human beings is none other than Vivekananda Kendra Zilla Parishad Vidyalaya, R. K. Gram, Diglipur.

Friday, January 14, 2022




‘You have to grow from the inside out; none can teach you, none can make you spiritual, there is no other teacher but your own soul’’.- Swami Vivekananda

Ganga is not merely a river, Himalayas are not merely mountains and Hindutav is not merely a religion, in the same way, Swami Vivekananda is not merely a saint; he was a true sense a spiritual leader; a great teacher; a patriotic Indian and one of the best creations of almighty indeed. Today we have celebrated 159th birth anniversary of a great saint our nation.

He used to say, my name should not be made prominent, it is my ideas that we want to be realised and we must remember that ideas come from vision and dreams, which in turn gives rise to action. Swamiji dreamed of making the India world leader and he performed everything, everything that was possible for him to turn his dreams into reality. Even, Mahatma Gandhi once said that it is the idea of Swamiji which made me realised that, I must do something for India, just imagine what a personality he was, that even after more than hundred years of Swamiji’s leaving the world we are celebrating his birth anniversary.

Today, on 12th January on his birth anniversary, we wish that we are blessed with all the energy and strength to the right thing in life, Swami Vivekananda was one of the greatest spiritual leaders of India and was credited with bringing the glory of the Hindu philosophy to the global platform. A lot has been written and said about Swamiji, he has been called a monk; a prophet; a nationalist; a philosopher; a social reformer; a prolific writer, an educationist and so on.

Swami Vivekananda was born on12thJanuary,1863 as NarendraNath Datta in Kolkata into an aristocratic Bengali kayastha family and became a disciple of the former saint, Swami Ramakrishna Paramhansa. He quoted that

‘Be the servant while leading, be unselfish, have infinite patience, and success is yours’’.Swami Vivekananda

He pushed for national integration in colonial India and his famous speech remains as the one that he gave in Chicago in 1893.To honour his many contributions to the country.It was a decision of Government of India in 1984 to celebrate the birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananada ,i.e 12 January as ‘’National Youth Day’’, and since 1985, the event is celebrated in India every year.

The government of India quoted that the philosophy of Swamiji and the ideals of which he lived and worked could be a great source of inspiration for Indian youth.As youth is regarded as the building blocks of the country that takes it to the pathway of success. The greatest assets of the country come from the youth that leaves a significant impact on how our future’s going to be like; the youth fills zeal and energy and boosts the country in various ways.

The way to social reformation and liberal thinking evolves through the young people who thrive on having their own opinions. The opinions then bring betterment to society.

The main objective of National Youth Day is to promote rational thinking among the youth, believed to be the future of the country. It is believed to be the future of the country. It is expected to the youth to rise to the occasion, fight for the right and channels their inner energies, just like Swami Vivekananda would have.

Swami Vivekananda was called the ‘’National Saint of India’’, because of his continuous and rigorous effect to boost youth’s potential. He believed that a person could attain almost anything if he has the courage to see beyond what it is and what he desires to become.  His message was simple yet powerful. He conveyed his ideas directly to the people, especially to the youth.He said:-

‘Whatever you think, that you will be, if you think yourselves weak, weak you will be, if you think yourselves strong, strong you will be’’.- Swami Vivekananda

  In our school campus also we have celebrated this auspicious occasion with full spirit. Many programmes have been conducted for students. It is entirely fitting that the birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda is observed as National Youth Day to rekindle the eternal message of the great patriot.With having hopes of a developed India Swami Vivekananda aspired to lead the vision of youth and transform them into reality. On this day, we commemorate his revolutionary ideas that hold utmost importance for us.Now, as you know all about National Youth Day, Implement Swami Vivekananda ideas, who always hoped for a strong and empowered youth and transform your ideas.Be the change of the future!Let us realise the relevance of Swami Vivekananda in these exciting and challenging times. Let us all unite and work for the country with purity, patience and perseverance and try to listen the exhorting of Swami Vivekananda.

‘Arise, Awake, and stop not till the goal is reached’’- Swami Vivekananda

May you all shinebright.

Happy National Youth Day.