Nanjangud, Karnataka South
: Conducted GVCA
on in their own Bharat Vikas School wherein 11 teachers and 10 outstanding
students, who made a mark in various events, were felicitated. It was also
organized in 3 other schools where 39 teachers and 20 outstanding students were
Mandi Gobindgarh, Punjab
East : It was
organised at S.N.A. Sen.Sec. School in which 500 students participated. Four
teachers & eight students were honoured. Free printed ball pens were distributed
Branch organised GVCA wherein 90 topper students belonging to 21 schools from 10th
class and 12th
class were honoured with mementos. Seven eminent teachers
were also honoured with shawls & mementos. Miss. Zeenat Fatima (10th
class) from Al Falah
Public School was honoured with Kalpana Chawla Award for getting maximum marks
in science subjects. Sh. R.S. Nathawat, DGM SBOP was the chief guest while Sh.
Ajit Singh AGM presided over the function. Sh. J.P.S. Kalra Chief Manager was
the guest of honour.
C-2, Janakpuri, Delhi South :
Organised GVCA in 2 M.C. Primary Schools. 32 teachers and 27 children were
felicitated in the presence of 1060 students. 72 members attended the General
(Niti: Mar., 2013)
Bathinda, Punjab South :
On the eve of teacher's day branch organised GVCA on 5th
Sept. in Arya Samaj School. 15 Schools
participated. Each school sent 2 teachers and 2 students whose performance was
outstanding in various fields. Sh. Sanjiv Sharma, Chief Manager, State Bank of
Patiala City was the Chief Guest. Sh. P.D. Goyal President, Arya Samaj, Sh. V.K.
Juneja State Convener, K.C. Mittal Project Chairman graced the function.
Patan, Gujarat North :
Branch organised GVCA in 24 schools. 125 Brilliant students & 45 teachers were
honoured. The chief guest Sh. Harshadbhai Patel declared the donation of
5000/- for the Sewa project. One tricycle, one wheel chair, one ghodi & one
artificial leg were distributed free among handicapped candidates. BKJ Exam. was
held on 19.08.2012 in K.K. Girls High School. 2887 students of thirty six
schools participated. (1380 of Primary 1132 of Higher Secondary & 375 of English
medium school.) NGSC/NSGSC was held on 26.08.2012 in Gandhi Smruti Hall, wherein
24 schools participated. Bhagvati International School stood 1st
vibhag & Lord Krishna School
secondary & K.K. Girls High School Patan in Sanskrit Vibhag. Chief Guest was
Kashpbhai H. Amin (Prabha Motor) and Shri Lalitbhai G. Desai, (Ramdev Developers
(Niti: Jan., 2013)
Ludhiana, Punjab North :
The GVCA was held in
International Public School, Sandhu Nagar on 11 August 2012 in which 350
students, 18 teachers and 12 BVP members participated. 10 students and 10
teachers were selected for performing the traditional Guru Pooja by the
students. The students submitted themselves at the holy feet of their Guru with
humility offering flowers, a Shree-Phal (Coconut fruit) and sweets and
prayers to be the blessed disciples. In turn, the teachers showered their love
with flower petals and good wishes and blessings with a small gift to the
students. The programme culminated in a mass prayer to the God Almighty. Prof.
D.R.C. Bakhetia conducted the Guru Pooja in a traditional manner. S. Baljinder
Singh Sandhu, Director, Mrs. Simran Kaur Sandhu, Principal and S.C. Gupta
Advisor of the school complemented the BVP efforts and promised to extend their
full cooperation in future as well.
GVCA was conducted by Mohali-I & II branches at Shastri Model School, Phase-I on
21.09.2012. Sh. Varinder Kumar Head of the Sanskrit Deptt. Pb.University was the
Chief guest while Dr. Gurdev Singh Sidhu Vice Chairman Pb School. Education
Board (Retd.) was the guest of honour. President Mahinder Singh exhorted the
students to shun bad habits including drug menance which is presently destroying
the younger generation. Viran Vali Convener Inspiring events sang a song
highlighting the strong bond between the teacher & students. Sh. R.L. Sewak M.D.
S.M. School spoke about the talent necessary for the teachers & students to
build a strong nation. Sh. G.S. Sidhu appealed to the students fraternity to
become role model like our ex-President S. Radha Krishanan.
GVCA was organized
on 05.09.2012 in the Govt. High School Sector-14A. 12 eminent teachers were
presented with trophies of Swami Vivekanand.
Organized GVCA on 05.09.2012 at Janta Bhawan. It was for the first time in the
history of the city that teachers and students from all private schools of the
area gathered under one roof for such a distinctive purpose. More than 70
teachers and students were honoured for their remarkable work at the event from
all the 14 private schools. The occasion was graced with the presence of Sh.
Ashok Aneja Ex-President Municipal Council, Industrialist and social worker and
his wife Smt. Shashi Aneja as chief guest. Adv. Vinay Middha branch President
welcomed chief guest teachers and students. Thereafter Sh. Ashok Maini General
Secretary, shared in brief about the life and teachings of Swami Vivekanand. All
the teachers and students invited for their extraordinary work, were honoured by
the chief guests. Sh. Ashok Aneja donated
11000/- for social services.
Conducted GVCA program on 24.08.2012 in the Municipal School near station.
Gujarati Medium had 60 students and Marathi Medium 35 students. Mr. Garg M.C.
Senior member spoke about importance of GVCA . On 28.08.2012 at Municipal School
no 14 the GVCA was carried out for 4th
standard and for 1st
standard. 30 teachers received Guru Vandana from 521 students. Meritorious
students were also honoured. In Marathi School. 35 no of plastic compass,
notebook, pencil, rubber and scale were distributed.
(Jammu), Jammu-Kashmir :
GVCA was organized
jointly with Bahu and Trikuta Nagar branches on 5th Sept. 2012 in three schools
in the morning assemblies. Shri Jijay Sharma General Secretary was the chief
guest and likewise Smt. Vanita Kohli and Sh. T.C. Tagger President of the
branches also told how they should respect teachers & elders. The presents which
were given by the students to the teachers as a token of respect were arranged
by the branches.
Organized GVCA programmes in 4 schools on 5th
2012 to mark the teacher day. About 120 teachers and students of the schools
were felicitated. Shri Surinder Sethi, President stressed upon the students to
work hard and respect their teachers. Dr. Santosh Gupta spoke about the student
teacher relation and exhorted upon the teachers to inculcate the spirit of
patriotism and nationalism among the students. The Principals of the schools
thanked BVP for reviving the traditional guru shishya parampara.
GVCA was held at
Govt. Girls High School and Govt. Boys Middle School on 21st
2012. Dr. Santosh Gupta National Convenor for yuva participation was the chief
guest. Veena Gupta Principal of the Boys School welcomed the members. The school
honoured the teachers by giving them gifts. The teachers gave the books on
'Swami Vivekanand" to the students. 200 students and 30 teachers took part in
the programme and assured to improve teacher student relationship.
Jammu East :
celebrated GVCA on 5th Sept. 2012 in Alexander Memorial High School which
cherished the old memories of Gurukul Parampara. Eight teachers and equal number
of students from eight different schools were given awards of best teachers and
students. The best teachers were garlanded by students with Tilak Bandan
followed by aarti of teachers and their charan sparash. The teachers in
turn blessed them for their bright future. About 150 students took oath for
making the city drug free, sincerity towards teachers & parents and to work in
the interest of nation. The students of Luthra Academy presented colourful
Sarsawati Vandana. Mr. William, Principal A.M. School lauded the efforts of BVP
for conducting such programmes.
Branch in collaboration with Govt Higher Secondary School celebrated GVCA as
teachers day. Dr. Santosh Gupta National Convener youth participation eleborated
the importance of sanskar motto of BVP especially GVCA when the effects of drug
abuse and smoking were highlighted by her followed by an oath solemnized by R.P.
Gandotra, Dr. R.S. Risam an outstanding scientist and Principal of the school
praised the role of BVP in inculcating sanskar in the young blood of the school
with a strength 445 students and 52 teachers. Dr. Santosh Gupta on behalf of
branch presented a cheque of
`5100/- to the Principal for purchase of sitting
Janakpuri, Delhi South :
GVCA was organised in the General Assemblies of six major schools with total
strength of 7000 students 300 teachers during 17.08 to 31.08.2012. The honoured
are 71 teachers. Dr. Meena Thakur, Dr. M.L . Kapoor and Shri Mahender Gupta
addressed the students and the certificates were distributed to brilliant
teachers and students and an oath as prescribed was administered to students.
Janakpuri Main :
September branch organised GVCA in 5 schools by honouring 80 teachers and
distributing scholarships to 20 students. The main speakers were B.L. Parasher
National Secretary and Dr. Meena Thakur, Ex M.C.D. Councilor.
Organised GVCA on 05.09.2012 at Shaheed Captain Amit Verma Govt. Co-Ed School,
C-Block. 5 teachers and 5 students were honoured.
Rajasthan South :
On 05.09.2012 shikshak divas was celebrated in Govt. Sr. Sec. School,
Debari. 5 teachers were honoured. 1 student from each class of highest marks & 1
for best discipline & culture were felicitated. Hindustan Zinc Ex GM Er. Roshan
Tayalia was chief guest. Zila Adhyax Ram Gopal Varshney presided. Many
villagers, parents, 22 teachers and 415 students attended.
Nagar, Rajasthan North :
GVCA was held in four schools on 10th Sept. 2012 and more than 3500 students
attended. Eight teachers and 17 students were honoured. Students and teachers
were selected on the basis of their overall performance.
Uttrakhand West :
GVCA was organized
in which teachers were honoured and students were awarded for their meritorious
performance in studies. They were overwhelmed with joy on receiving honour and
awards by the Chief Minister of Uttrakhand Shri Vijay Bahuguna who graced the
occasion as the chief guest. Appreciating the efforts of BVP for social cause
and Indian culture, he promised to help the branch with wider support in future
programmes. Er. Avinash Chandra Ohri National Secretary, Advocate Raj Kumar
Chauhan, Kunwar Jipender Singh Uttarakhandi, Editor Punjabi Morcha were present
on this occasion.
Branch organised GVCA and Independence day at the Higher Primary School, Geeta
Educational Institute, Jayanagar on 15th
2012. Five teachers including the Head Master were honoured. Six outstanding
students were felicitated by the teachers. Vikas Mitra Smt. Shakuntala Jayadeva,
a prominent resident of the area distributed free drawing books to the students.
On this occasion Shri K.G. Subbarama Setty, Zonal Patron released and
distributed free a highly informative book 'I Love my India' and also gave a
brief account of the Vikalanga Sahayata programme undertaken by the Trust,
Bangalore. The chief guest was Shri S.M. Balakrishna, Chairman of the Geeta Edn.
Institute and Shri Khova S. Revanna, Prant President addressed the gathering.
Shri Bapu Gowda Patil, Chairman, Bangalore coordination committee presided.
(Niti: Dec., 2012)
Vijayawada, A.P.East :
Three branches jointly celebrated GVCA on 17th
June 2012 at Sishu Vidya Mandir, Satyanarayanapuram,
Vijayawada. President Shri B. Sree Rammurthy presided. Shri Phani Kumar welcomed
the audience, members chief guest and guest of honour. Five teachers from
municipal corporation and aided schools were felicitated for their outstanding,
service orientation, dedication, sincerity, hospitality, honesty, selflessness
and commitment towards education and society with shawl, garlands, mementoes and
Appreciation Certificates at the hands of Shri K.N. Sankar Rao, Secretary SKPVVH
High School, Gandhinagar. 200 students belonging to 20 municipal and aided
schools of 7th,
who obtained highest marks were given notebooks, silver medals and school bags.
The chief guest Shri M.V. Krishna Reddy, Deputy Educational Officer, suggested
that the students develop moral values with the cooperation of the teachers. The
Guest of Honour, Shi K. Omkara Narasimhan Secretary, Shri Vignana Vihara
Schools, highlighted the significance of the Guru, Parents, and children,
particularly their duties towards well being of the humanity. State leaders,
branch office bearers and more than 50 members and other guests were present.
Vatva, Amdavad, Gujarat Central :
Guru Purnima day was celebrated in various schools of Isanpur (Ahmedabad) when a
no. of office bearers visited different schools and organized GVCA. The
objective and importance of the day was explained to students following the
protocols of BVP. Students took oath for becoming good children, students and
citizens along with awareness towards protecting self from all bad habits. A
total of 12,925 students and 418 members attended the programme on 03.07.2012.
Dr. Kitchlu Ludhiana, Punjab North :
GVCA was observed in HPP School, on July 28, 2012 in which 150 students, 10
teachers, 10 Management members and 15 BVP members participated. 10 students and
10 teachers were selected for performing the traditional Guru Pooja by the
students. The programme culminated in a mass prayer to the God Almighty. Prof.
D.R.C. Bakhetia conducted the rituals of Guru Pooja. The occasion was graced by
Sh. Hem Raj Aggarwal, Area Councillor, Sh. Vinay Adya, Chairman of school
Management, Mrs. Kamlesh Dheer, School Principal and several other dignitaries.
(Niti: Oct., 2012)
Branch organised GVCA at 4 schools on 03.07.2012 at Bhayander East & West.
Approx. 4500 students participated. CA Manak Chand Daga, President Deepak Rana,
Secretary Laxmi Singh Rajpurohit, Treasurer, CA Deepak Agarwal Convener and
others attended the programme.
Malleshwaram, Karnataka South :
Branch arranged GVCA on 22nd
2012 at Bruhath Bangalore Mahanagar Palika Girls High School. 450 students
participated. The programme was inaugurated by Shri C.N. Ashwathnarayana MLA. He
emphasized upon the culture of Guru-Sishya parampara. Shri Badragiri Saravothama
Pai also explained the relationship between the two. Four Hindu Samskara
teachers and students were honoured by giving them Saraswathi Matha statue. Shri
Kova Revenna, President of the Prant was the chief guest. S. Shankara Setty
President of the branch chaired the function. On the same occasion famous poet
D.R. Bendre's poem singing competition was also arranged. I,II,III prizes and 6
consolation prizes were awarded. Shri Dr. G. Krishnappa who got. Ph.D for his
thesis on D.R. Bendre's work on Kannada poetry spoke and guided the students to
create interest in his poems.
Punjab North :
Branch organised GVCA at Indo German Sr. Sec. School. 15 students and 5 teachers
were hounered. It was also held at D.S.S.D. Sr. Sec. School Basti Nau, where 15
students were adopted by the branch. State convener paid
`10200/- to the
Principal Sh. Raj Kumar for the session.
(Hyderabad), A.P.West :
Branch conducted GVCA on 3rd,
2012 in four schools. Prant President Shri K. Veerabhadra Rao, branch President
Shri G. Damodar Reddy, Branch Secretary and Addl Gen. Secretary and other
members attended. They impressed upon the students to respect their parents and
teachers to get good education and to serve our motherland. In all these four
schools all the teachers were honoured by presenting them umbrellas. The best
students in these schools were given prizes. School uniforms to 50 poor students
were distributed in Shri Saraswati Vidyamandir high school while writing
material to all the students of these four schools.
Vijayawada, A.P.East :
Three branches jointly organised GVCA on 17th June 2012 at Shishu Vidya Mandir
Satyanarayanapuram. President Shri B. Sree Rammurthy presided. Five teachers
from Municipal Corporation and aided school were felicitated, for their
outstanding contribution to the society with shawl, garlands, mementoes and
awarded certificates of appreciation. Shri K.N. Sankar Rao, Secretary SKPVVH
High School, Gandhinagar honoured the above teachers. 200 students of 7th,
belonging to 20 schools who obtained highest marks were given notebooks, silver
medals and school bags. The chief guest Shri M.V. Krishana Reddy, Deputy
Educational Officer, suggested that the students have to develop moral values
with the cooperation of the teachers. The guest of honour was Shri K. Omkara
Narasimha, Secretary Shri Vignana Vihara School.
Jammu West, J&K :
2012 branch organised GVCA at Govt. Middle School, Rehari Colony, participated
by the students and staff of Govt. Middle School, Sarwal Jammu. Sh. I.D. Soni, a
renowned Educationist and Commissioner Scouts & Guides was the chief guest. He
spoke on the aims and objectives of GVCA. Mrs. Zenab Noor Principal GMS, Rehari
welcomed the members and expressed her gratitude for organizing such a programme
in the school. The honoured teachers and students spoke about the importance of
teacher student relations with touching sentiments. About 235 children of both
the schools participated in the programme and assured to improve teacher student
(Niti: Jul., 2012)
organized GVCA on 8th
September at Saraswati Vidyaniketan in a befitting manner. Five teachers of the
Institute were honoured for their contribution in the field of Education and
another 6 students for their Academic Brilliance and efficiency in extra
curricular activities. An oath was taken by all for the preservation of National
Integration of our Country.
birth day of Dr. S. Radhakrishnan on 08-09-2011by organizing a function at
Saraswati Vidyaniketan, Madhab Dham Srigouri. Five teachers for their dedication
towards teaching and six students were felicitated for their outstanding
performance in study, sports and music.
Branch observed GVCA at Assam Club on 25th
Girindra Narayan Das, Retd. Deputy Director, Information and public relation
department, was the chief guest and Swadesh Ranjan Goswami State Organizing
Secretary was the guest of honour. Two distinguished teachers Parameswar Das,
head master Balijana L.P. School President Awardee and Shri Rupam Patgiri,
Pradhan Acharya Sankar Dev Sishu Niketan, were felicitated and one student from
Sankar Dev Sishu Niketan, Shri Somesh Saha who secured 14th
position in H.S.L.C. examination under SEBA course was also felicitated.
Branch observed GVCA at Girls M.V. School on 29th
October 2011. Dr. K.N. Dev Sharma Retd. Joint Director Medical & Health services
was the chief guest. Three distinguished teachers and one student from the
school were felicitated.
Branch observed GVCA at Shri Sankardev Sishu Niketan H.E. School on 2nd October.
Dr. K.N. Dev Sharma Retd. Joint Director Medical & Health Services Govt of Assam
was the chief guest. Three distinguished teachers were felicitated for their
noble services and two students were also felicitated for their good academic
Delhi South :
The GVCA programme
was held in two schools on 24.09.2011. Meritorious students from Nursery to 5th
who stood 1st &
honoured. A hot case costing Rs. 1000/- was also provided to MCD Primary School
Possangipur on the request of Principal & Teachers. Teachers were honoured with
certificates of Excellence and pen sets. Principals of both the schools
appreciated our gesture of goodwill and help.
Punjab East :
Shri R.S. Nathawat Deputy General Manager State Bank of Patiala was the Chief
Guest and Ajit Singh A.G.M. presided over the GVCA function. Parveen Sood Chief
Manager was the guest of honour. 7 prominent teachers were honoured on this
occasion. Along with these teachers 70 topper students from 25 various schools
were also honoured. State Bank of Patiala dignitaries presented cheques for
Fifteen thousand to the branch for their contribution in this noble cause.
Haryana South :
Branch GVCA program
was conducted on 14.11.2011 (Bal Divas) at GBN School Sector-21 and ten best
students were honoured for their achievement/contribution in the field of
education. Director Anita Sood and Principal Kavita Kapoor extended warm welcome
to the Parishad officials. School children performed cultural program i.e. Dance
and song especially their Gurbani and Shabad kirtan really impressed the
Gandhi Nagar, Jammu, Jammu Kashmir :
On 16 Sep. 2011 branch organized GVCA at Govt. Middle School Gandhi Nagar. The
President of the branch gave introduction of BVP and then eleborated upon the
importance of Sanskar. After that 6 students gave rose buds to the teachers and
teachers gave them blessings. BKJ books were given to the students. The
Principal of the school also threw light on teacher-student relationship.
Andhar Pradesh West :
'The place of Guru teacher in our Indian society is after mother and father. We
cosider him as a god. The teachers should recognize their duties and should get,
the old status of god i.e. Acharya Devo Bhava' said Acharya Gujjala
Rajaiah Principal, Kakatiya University, PG. College Warangal. G. Rajaiah
participated as chief guest in GVCA conducted by the branch on 05.09.2011. V.
Ram Koteshwara Rao, Regional Secretary while addressing the gathering said if
the god and guru are before us we will prefer Guru only and not the god and
quoted kabeer ke dohe. On this occasion parishad felicitated 8 teachers
for their excellent services. The branch also congratulated students who stood
first in the town in SSC Intermediate and Degree classes. The programme was
covered by print and electronic media.
was celebtrated on 04.09.2011at Shri Kanyaka Parmeswari Temple. Smt. D. Malathi,
Mandal, Education officer was the chief guest presided over by Dr. N.
Satyanarayana. 4 teachers and the children were blessed with mementos for
outstading performance. Guest speaker P. Raghunadachari gave a message on the
relation between Guru sishya in the past and present day and why moral values
were declining in the society.
Haryana North :
Branch celebrated GVCA on September 5th
Govt. High School Sector-19. More than 250 students and teachers attended the
function. The students presented rose stems to all the teachers and got their
blessings. Dr. Usha Chandna elaborated upon the Guru Shishya parampara
and its significance even today. 2 minutes silence was observed to pay tribute
to a teacher's brother, who expired a day before. The students presented a
cultural programme and also sang in unison the song 'desh hamen deta'
with Ishwar Jindal. V. Mohini conducted the programme. Principal Karameveer
wished the Children Day be also clebrated in his school.
GVCA samaroh was organised in SVM Hajipur. Mrs. Sunit Sood Principal presided.
Santosh Sharma Vikas Rattan and Amarnath Sharma were special invitees. The
Principal infomed that two students of this school got merit and ten students
got more than 90% marks in 10th
All students greeted their teachers by presenting floral garlands. All ten
students were honoured with mementos and appreciation certificates. Mr. Pawan
Gill science teacher was also honoured. On 19th
GVCA was organised in Govt Girls Primary school. Six brilliant students, a
teacher Raman Deep Kaur M. Phil were honoured. Shri Mulakh Raj Head teacher was
Branch organised GVCA in three schools wherein 150 students, 43 teachers and 55
members participated. The project was aimed at educating the students about the
need and significance of a Guru (Teacher) in building the career (Overall
personality development) of a student (Pupil/Disciple). Accordingly 10 students
and 10 teachers were selected in each school for performing the traditional Guru
Pooja by humble offerings of flowers, a Shree-phal (Coconut fruit) and
sweets. In turn, the teachers showered their love, good wishes and blessings
with a small gift to the students. The progamme culminated in a mass prayer to
the God Almighty. Prof. D.R.C. Bakhetia conducted the Guru Pooja in all the
schools. An exceptionally high cooperation and appreciation was received from
the Management and Teachers of all the schools.
Punjab East :
Branch organised GVCA wherein R.S. Nathawat Deputy General Manager State Bank
of Patiala was the chief guest and Ajit Singh A.G. M. Presided over the
function. Sh. Parveen Sood chief manager was the Guest of Honour. 7 teachers of
different schools were honoured. Along with these teachers 70 toppper students
from 25 various schools were also honoured. Priya Goyal from S.S. Jain Girls
High School got Kalpana Chawla award for science. Iqra Naaz got award of
achievement for selection in M.B.B.S. Dy. G.M. State Bank of Patiala presented a
cheque of fifteen thousand to the branch for their contribution in this noble
cause. Branch President Jeet Gogia thanked the Bank for their contribution.
celebrated GVCA at Govt. Model High School Sector-36 D, on 12.09.2011. Chanchal
Singh District Education Officer Administration was the chief guest. Shahin and
students were honoured. The headmaster Rakesh Sood was also honoured. Teachers
Indu Handa and Pawan Walia were also felicitated. The students presented a
colourful programme of Nursery Rhymes, folk dances, skits, songs and gidha. The
DEO stressed upon the allround development of the students under the CCE
programme. Rakesh Sood, headmaster thanked Chanchal Singh DEO, teachers of
school and the members of BVP and lauded their efforts. On this occasion all
office bearers were present.
Branch organised GVCA at Govt. Sr. Sec. School. Principal Smt. Madhu Suri of
Lohia Int. School. and former Principal Smt. Amarjit Kaur of Govt. Sr. Sec.
School, Manimajra were honoured. Parishad also honoured 9 toppers of class 10th
who secured more that 75% marks by giving them medals, mementos and
certificates. Dr. M.L. Mehta Reiki grand master was the chief guest while H.R.
Narang State President presided. V.P. Nagpal an educationist spoke about the
importance of Guru Shyishya parampara. The programme was anchored by the
Gen. Secretary Vinod Jaidka.
Delhi South :
September the branch organised GVCA samaroh in 5 schools honouring 80 teachers
and distributed the scholarship to 20 students. The main speaker was B.L.
Parasher National Secretary.
Kanpur, Brahmavart :
GVCA was held at Saraswati Gyan Mandir Azad Nagar. 15 schools participated.
Meritorious students & their teachers were honoured.
Jammu & Kashmir :
On the eve of teachers day on 5th
September 2011, jointly with Bahu branch celebrated GVCA programme in the
premises of 3 schools wherein 15 teachers of each school and equivalent no of
students were honoured. Students gave flowers to the teachers and in-return the
studetns were presented gifts and flowers and lot of love by the teachers. Prof.
D.R. Kotwal was the chief guest. The Principals of all the institutions
appreciated the project of BVP.
Branch organised GVCA in 31 schools of Patan city & surrounding villages from 12th to
2011. Approximately 20000 students took part .180 brilliant students & 75
teachers were honoured. Branch organised BKJ on 7th
2011 also. 2540 students of thirty six different schools participated.
Dhubri, Assam :
week was celebrated at Jawahar Hindi High School and District Library Auditorium
from 21st to
2011. The programme included Sit & Draw (b) Hindi Recitation, Bengali
recitation, assamese recitation, rangoli, extempore speech. Altogether 211
students participated. GVCA was organized on 4th Sept.
at Town Hotel Conference Hall. Branch Vice President Dr. Dhruba Chakraborty
presided over the function. Dr. D. Bhakat, H.O.D. of Assamese, Chilarai College,
Golakganj graced the function as Chief Guest. Prof. G.N. Goswami, Retd.
Principal B.N.College, Prof. D.Bhattaver jee Retd. H.O.D, P.C.Barua College,
Gouripur and Shri Ranjit Sarkar, Teacher S.P.H.S School, Dhubri were felicitated
by the branch with a citation, memento and 'Phulam Gamoccha'. Number of
students were felicitated for their achievements in H.S.S.L.C. Examination 2011.
All the prizes were sponsored by Smt. Ketaki Lahiri in memory of her parents
Durgesh Ch. Lahiri &Binapani Lahiri. Smt. Amrita Basak was felicitated for
securing highest marks in Junior Basic Scholarship Examination 2010 among the
candidates of Dhubri Town. The prize was sponsored by Dr. S. Das Purkayastha, in
memory of her mother Purnaprova Debi. Shri Wasim Yuhana was feliciated for
securing 18th position
in H.S.L.C. Examination 2011. The prize that includes a memento and scholarship
of Rs. 3500.00 only was sponsored by Srimati Jaya Chakraborty in memory of her
husband Prasun Kumar Chakraborty.
In the span of two weeks GVCA was conducted successfully in 31 schools of
different mediums. 33 (Gurus) teachers were felicitated and honoured with
Gaurav Patra, mementos and flowers while 62 (chhatras) students were
presented with prizes and certificates as the best students in respective
schools. All the programmes were conducted in the school assemblies. In many
schools even the parents were also invited. The school authorities and the
teaching faculties expressed their gratitude and happiness for conducting these
kinds of programme.