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Admission Open from Nursery to VII for the session 2020-21 in VKV, Suklai. For prospectus visit our office between 9.00 am to 2.30 pm(from monday to saturday). For any queries, contact us on: 7002585545, 9678956342, 9957666440      ||      Our school strictly implements "No homework policy" for classes I and II.


Ganesh Chaturthi

‘Ganesh Chaturthi’ was observed in the school on 12th September, 2018. Students sang Ganesh bhajans and prayed Lord Ganesha by doing ‘aarti’ and offering flowers. Significance of the day was mentioned by a student of class X.

International Yoga Day

‘International Yoga Day’ was observed in VKV, Suklai on 21st June, 2018 in the morning hours in school premises. The programme started by lighting of the lamp along with mangalacharan by the guest instructor Sri Ashim Pathak. Pathak is holding the position of Mahamantri (Yuva Bharti, Baksa District) Another guest was Subhadra Sitoula from Uparkhuti who demonstrated ‘yogasanas’. Pathak is also emphasised the importance of practicing yoga in our daily life. All the students of class VI onwards and teachers with some of the parents attended the programme and practiced yoga exercises/ asanas as guided. Moreover, one of our teacher also went to Uttar Betna High School in Mohoripara with one student of class IX who displayed yogasanas for the students of that school.

World Environment Day

'World Environment Day' was observed in VKV, Suklai on 5th June, 2018. The programme started by lighting of the lamp by the headmaster. Other programmes included speech by one teacher and a drama by some students.
There was an essay writing competition on 'Environment' for senior students and a drawing competition for juniors. Also some saplings were planted in the school garden.


'Varsharambha' was observed in VKV, Suklai on 2nd April, 2018 to mark the beginning of new academic session 2018-19. The programme started by lighting of the lamp along with mangalacharan. A guru bhajan was presented and significance of the day was told. All the teachers and new parents were present on the occasion. 24 new studentsKG) attended the programme where they wrote OM on rice, offered flowers to Goddess Saraswati and took Prasad. They did this with the help of their parents and teachers. Ideology & principles of Vivekananda Kendra and rules & regulation of the school was told to the parents.