Ajit Singh Nagar, Punjab East : GVCA was celebrated by
Mohali-I & II branches on 28th
September 2013 at Khalsa College. Sh. Ashwani Garg,
Chairman Swami Vivekanand Group of Institutes was the chief guest while Smt.
Veera Wali, State Awardee and Sh. Amarjit Singh Pahwa, a builder & colonizer
were guests of honour. They presented mementos to the best teachers and best
students of 18 schools of Mohali. The chief guest exhorted the student
fraternity to shine in their studies and become an example for others to follow.
Smt. Veera Wali congratulated the students and advised them to respect their
teachers and parents. She also advised the teachers to inculcate good habits
among the taught and make themselves dependent in life. Mohali-I branch with the
assistance from phase-6
Welfare Action Committee,
planted trees and plants in
park no. 25 on 20.08.2013.
(Niti: Jan., 2014)
organised GVCA at Sishu Kalyan M.E. School, Putimara Suprakandi on 6th September,
2013. Four teachers and six students of the school were felicitated for their
contribution in the field of education. An oath for the preservation of National
Integration was taken by all present. A cultural programme was also presented by
the students. Altogether 400 persons were present. A wall clock was also handed
over to the Head Master sponsored by our member Shri Rupak Dey.
Jummu, Jammu & Kashmir :
GVCA was celebrated on 5th
2013 in two schools. All the students of these schools were involved in the
symbolic demonstration of Guru Sishya Parampara. Shri P.N. Jalla
Secretary also spoke on the importance of the day.
Gandhi Nagar (Jummu) : Branch organised GVCA on 4th
September 2013 in nine schools. 238 teachers and 124 students were honoured in
the presence of 2125 persons. Literature on the life of Swami Vivekanand ji was
also distributed among the students & schools.
Jummu West :
Organised GVCA at Govt. Middle School Rehari Colony, on 7th
September, 2013. Sh. I.D. Soni a renowned educationist, Commissioner, Scouts and
Guides, J&K and Patron explained the importance of Gurus for students and their
inter relationship in Indian context with examples from the lives of Indian
saints and revered religious, social and public leaders. Smt. Geeta Sharma
Secretary anchored the programme. Smt. Meenakshi Mamta of Govt. Middle School,
Rehari and Smt. Ekta Khanna of Govt. Middle School, Sarwal were adjudged as best
teachers of their respective schools and were presented awards by Sh. I.D. Soni
and President V.K. Tandon. 14 meritorious students of both the schools were also
awarded with mementos. About 240 students of both these schools participated.
Smt. Zaver Noor Headmaster Govt. Middle School, Rehari colony welcomed the
gesture and stressed the need to organize such programmes which cement a good
Karnataka North :
Branch organized GVCA on Gurupurnima in Mallasajjan English Medium School,
Dharwad. Dr. Bhimashankar Joshi, teacher was felicitated. He spoke about the
importance of Guru & appreciated BVP for this initiative. Miss. Nikhita Arali,
student of the same school was also felicitated. Smt. Rajeshwari Nadgir,
Managing Committee member was the chief guest. Smt. Indira Malagi, Prant Addl.
Gen. Secretary presided.
Bangalore), Karnataka South :
GVCA was held at
Govt. High School, Govindrajanagar, on 20th September 2013. Five teachers were
honoured by the students and eight toppers were in turn felicitated by their
gurus in a gathering of 300 persons. Mr. B.V. Rao, Prant EC member, chaired the
meeting. Smt. A.R. Lakshmi explained the significance of GVCA and led the
oath taking participated by everyone present.
Delhi East :
Organised GVCA during 30th
to 17th September
2013 in 17 schools. 55 teachers including M.K. Aggarwal, President award winner
of best Principal and 38 students were honoured.
Delhi South :
September GVCA was held in 5 schools by honouring 80 teachers and distribution
of scholarship to 21 students for the period July to October.
Ludhiana, Punjab North :
GVCA was taken up in HPP High School, Garewal Colony, Haibowal Kalan Ludhiana on
September 5, 2013, which was attended by 160 students, 13 teachers and 12 BVP
members. The function was chaired by Dr. DRC Bakhetia, State Convener Health
Care. 13 students and 13 teachers joined the Guru Pooja in a traditional
Indian style. Mrs. Kamlesh Dhir, Principal complemented the BVP's efforts and
requested them for organizing this particular programme every year in her
North, Odisha :
GVCA was held on 5th September
2013 at University High School. Around 500 students along with staff members
were present. Two retired teachers and four meritorious students were
felicitated. The most remarkable event was that the branch distributed nine tape
recorders to blind students as teaching aid. Smt. Banani Mohanty, Registrar and
Shri Narayan Prasad Sahoo, HOD resp. of Utkal University were Chief Guest and
Guest of Honour. Smt. Mohanty distributed prizes and tape recorders and praised
the Parishad for this noble effort.
(Niti: Dec., 2013)
Janakpuri, Delhi South :
Organized GVCA in 6 schools. Shri S.L. Mehan, Branch President while thanking
the school authorities suggested that copies of the oath be distributed among
all students so that they paste it on their books. Modern Era Convent honoured
the children from junior classes.
Janakpuri Main :
Organized GVCA in 5 schools by honoring 80 teachers and distributing scholarship
to 21 students for 4 months. Sh. G.B. Sharma, President thanked the students,
teachers & dignatories.
GVCA was organized in Govt. High School for Girls kila mandi on 2nd
2013. School teachers, Principal and its five meritorious students were honoured.
Prof. Shiv Rajan Puri addressed the students. 200 students were present.
GVCA was taken up in the Shaiwal High School, Rishi Nagar on August 15, 2013;
which was attended by 212 persons. 17 students with equal number of teachers
were selected for performing the Guru Pooja which was conducted in a
systematic manner by Dr. DRC Bakhetia. A highly appreciable cooperation was
received from Pawan Gupta Director, Mrs. Meenu Kapoor, Principal and all the
Haryana South :
GVCA was celebrated at GBN School on 05.09.2013. Felicitated teachers and
students with trophies and certificates. Sh. Sohan Lal Aggarwal, Sh. Raj Kumar
Aggarwal from State Unit along with the President of the branch N.K. Sharma
graced the function. Mrs. Anita Sood Director GBN School and Principal Mrs.
Kavita Kapoor appreciated the efforts of BVP. Children sang songs and performed
Karnataka North :
Smt. V.S. Keertavati, teacher of Govt. Higher Primary School, who got the
State Level Guru Puraskar from Ex-President of India & renowned scientist
Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, was felicitated on Gurupurnima. Dr. Pramod
Basarkar was the chief guest. Shri Mohan More, President Malaprabha branch
presided over the function. Shri Narasinha Math, branch Secretary gave
introductory & welcome speech. Vote of thanks was done by Shri C.C. Barker.
Master of ceremony was Shri K.H. Bagewadi. Headmaster Sri Salagar & members of
SDMC were present on the occasion.
Jammu East, Jammu
& Kashmir :
Branch conducted GVCA in the premises of Environment Educational Institute. 7
reputed schools participated.
On 11.09.2013 branch
conducted another GVCA programme in the premises of Luthra Hr. Sec. School. Mrs.
Anuradha Luthra, Principal of the School was the guest of honour. In this
competition 8 reputed schools participated. The best teachers & students from
different educational institutes were honoured as per gurukul parampara.
The students garlanded & performed aarti followed by charan sparsh
of their respective teachers. In turn teachers blessed their students for their
bright future. Prominent among others who spoke on this occasion were Vijay
Sharma State Gen. Secy., S.N. Sharma, State Patron, Dr. Santosh Gupta Zonal
Convenor, and Mrs. Usha Anand. More than 150 students took oath to make the J&K
State free from drugs & to be sincere towards their teachers & parents. All the
honoured teachers & students were given mementos & certificates.
Maharshi Arbind &
Bharti Mandan Mahila, Koshi Bihar :
celebrated GVCA on 5th
Four teachers were honoured by chief guest Suman Kumar Shah SDO and Ritesh
Ranjan (Vice-President of JP) with pag, shawl, Gita, pen & certificate of
excellence. Three students were rewarded for their great success. Speakers
inspired the students with their speeches & focused on the relation of teachers
GVCA was organised on 07.09.2013 at Lal Niketan High School. Six teachers and
five students were honoured with a memento and certificate. Special guest was
Shri Pramod Mishra Co-ordinator 74 chetna manch. Shri Satendra Kumar Mallick
(Niti: Nov., 2013)
On Guru Poornima National Org. Secy. attended GVCA programme held at Vimlabai
Garware High School. Students of 10th
standard presented their ability of oratory and respect and feeling about their
teachers. Teachers felicitated merit holding students. National Org. Secy. Shri
S.C. Gupta addressed the students as well as teachers. Gurupoojan was performed
by all students by standing in front of all teachers and offering them flowers, kumkum tilak and gurudakshina.
GVCA was held at Suryadeep school on 22nd
where the senior most teacher Shri Murty Garu was felicitated and best students
awarded in the presence of State and branch office bearers.
On 07.07.2013 GVCA was organised at Garlapati Kalyana Vedika Vijayawada. Shri
Vikkalagadda Visweswara Rao, President of branch presided. School children from
15 schools participated. We honoured 5 teacher's of Municipal Schools. The chief
guest Shri M. Venkata Krishna Reddy Dy. Educational Officer, Sri Perla Bhima Rao,
State Patron and other state members spoke about the teachers role in the
society and advised the children to follow the teachers guidelines. We presented
gold medals & school bags to the school toppers and distributed note books to
all the children.
Tyagaraya Nagar : On 22.07.2013 under GVCA Shri M.R.V. Sarma Garu was felicitated
by President Shri Putrevu Surya Venkata Rao and Secretary T.V.R.N.S. Bhaskara
Rao. Members of other branches and some senior branch members such as D.P.
Sastry, PVS Krishna Rao, T. Jaya Prada and others also participated to
felicitate the guru.
Gaurav (Jalandhar), Punjab North : GVCA was organised in 3 schools on different days
where 18 students, 18 teachers and one Principal were honoured.
(Niti: Oct., 2013)