Tuesday, 21 June 2016

Free Medical Camps at Namsai, Arunachal Pradesh

Vivekananda Kendra Arun Jyoti organized a few free medical camps in Namsai district from 14th to 17th June 2016. Medical Camps were organized at Krishnapur and Kumari Khamti of Mahadevpur circle, Nongtaw Shyam of Piyong circle, Bhogamur and Mengkang Miri of Namsai circle. A total 669 patients were examined in these camps and free medicines were distributed accordingly.

All Lekang Youth and Student Union, Mahadevpur (ALYSU) office bearers and volunteers associated with Vivekananda Kendra for the camps of Mahadevpur area. 

The CDPO of Namsai collaborated with the mobile medical team of Arun Jyoti and under the SABLA scheme for adolescent girls of ICDS; Iron Folic Acid (IFA) tablets were distributed to the anemic girls after a thorough health check-up in Namsai and Piyong circle. The CDPO, Namsai provided the IFA capsules for the entire camp.The Doctor of the medical team interacted with the Anganwadi workers and PRI members of the villages in the above mentioned villages and encouraged the pregnant women for ANC and institutional delivery.   

It is to be mentioned that Dr.K.Subramaniam, a Vivekananda Kendra well-wisher Doctor from Chennai donated some medicines for our free camps and the medicines contributed by him were extensively used during the recent camps.

Monday, 10 August 2015

Guru Purnima Programe in Various Prayer Centre

2nd August, 2015: Vivekananda Kendra Arun Joyti, this year also conducted Guru Purnima Programe in Various Prayer Centre of Arunachal Pradesh located in all the District In all six places of state capital the message of Guru-Shishya Parampara was conveyed. The Guru Purnima is celebrated on the eve of birthday of Maharishi Ved Vyas who has collected and compiled the voluminous store of in depth Knowledge of indigenous faith discovered by seers over the ages, which was on the verge of extinction and started Gurukul system. To preserve and protect it he considered Father of the family as Guru in a Micro level.
In Central Nyder Namlo, Doimukh. Shri T.T. Tara DDSE spoke on the importance of Guru Purnima and Shri Nabam Atumji felicitated the Revered Priest Shri Techi Rintu of Rono village Nyeder Namlo and Shri Tana Tath of Kheel Nyeder Namlo.
In Nyeder Namlo, Pachin Colony, Naharlagun. Vivekananda Kendra Karyakartas took active initiative and felicitated Priest. Revered Priest Beloved Tadar Sonu was felicitated by Shri Kalyan Dutta, Mahanagar Pramukh, Vivekananda Kendra, Capital Complex and Shri Taba Tatup, Prant Karyalaya Pramukh for his remarkable contribution in the welfare of people in Arunachal Pradesh. While speaking on the Importance of the day Shri Kalyan Dutta pointed that this is the Day to remember our whole tradition of Guru starting from Ved Vyas to offer our respect to the Guru to Guides us in life, who has handed over the tradition of knowledge and wisdom to us. This is also a day to express our gratitude and commitment to the Guru for carrying forward our culture vibrantly with the vision of Krinvanto Vishwamaryam-Let us make the whole world Noble.
He appealed all the father and mother of the family to maintain quality of Guru to make a child an Ideal Citizen of the mother land.
In Naharlagu Nyeder Namlo at E–Sector Priest Smti Gyamar Deriang was felicitated by Shri Rekhi Tana Tara, Chairman Central Nyedar Namlo, Arunachal Pradesh.
In Hollongi Nyeder Namlo Priest Shri Dur Talo Camdir was felicitated by one of the Senior teacher Shri Pankaj and Shri Romin Rava, Karyakarta of Vivekananda Kendra.
In Donyi Polo Gangging, Itanagar also Vivekananda Kendra conducted Gurupurnima function. The celebration was started by the chanting of prayer by Taabe (Priest) Shri Tamak Komut. The importance of the day was highlighted by Dr. V.N. Sharma, State Liaison officer, NSS who is also a Vivekananda Kendra Karyakarta. He also felicitated Revered Taabe Mukge Tayeng of Donyi Polo Gangging at Itanagar.
In Meder Nello E-Sector, Itanagar. Revered Priest Milo Tanyo was felicitated by Shri P.N. Singh, Senior teacher. The Meder Nello committee member welcomes all the Kendra Karyakarta with Khada (muffler) as a mark of respect.
Guru Purnima should strengthen our resolve. Thus, the occasion should reflect the solemnity, clarity and also divine touch to make deep impressions on the mind – to awaken the need of furthering our tradition and energize them to work for it.

Medical Camps byVivekananda Kendra Arun Jyoti

Vivekananda Kendra Arun Jyoti recently conducted free medical camps in Longding district of Arunachal Pradesh. On 19th July the team organized camp at Niaunu village in collaboration with All Niaunu Student Association (ANSA). 435 patients were examined and free medicines were distributed. District Health Society (National Vector Borne Disease Control Program), Longding district distributed 150 Long Lasting Medicated Mosquito nets at the same venue. DVBDC Program Officer, Dr. W.Wangsu was present during the camp. On 20th July the medical team of Arun Jyoti conducted the camp at Govt.Middle School, Niausa. 144 patients were examined and medicines were distributed accordingly.

Free Eye Screening Camp by Vivekananda Kendra

As a part of Mananeeya Eknathji Janma Sati Parva , the founder of Vivekananda Kendra Kanyakumari, a Free Eye Screening and Dental Camp was organized at Kanubari Community Health Centre of Longding district of Arunachal Pradesh on 18th June 2015. The camp was organized by Vivekananda Kendra Arun Jyoti in association with Lion K.K.Saharia Eye Hospital, a premier Eye Hospital of Dibrugarh, Assam. The eye team screened 78 patients and 8 cataract patients were identified. The patients will be operated free of cost at K.K.Saharia Lion Eye Hospital,Dibrugarh.The other patients were advised for spectacles and free medicines were distributed amongst them. 
Dr. Amit Singh, BDS also examined more than 100 patients for various dental diseases. He talked to the students about oral hygiene and proper brushing technique.
The camp was inaugurated by Sri S.S.Choudhury, ADC of Kanubari. He lauded the efforts of Vivekananda Kendra Arun Jyoti in the field of rural health care and assured all possible help from his side. In the coming days more such camps will be conducted in different parts of Arunachal Pradesh in association with Lion K.K.Saharia Eye Hospital, Dibrugarh.

Prant Karyakarta Prashikshan Shivir : Arunachal Prant

Vivekananda Kendra Arunachal Prant has organized Seven Days Prant Karyakarta Prashikshan Shibir on 23rd to 29th May 2015 at Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya Oyan. There were 48 Karyakarta. Ma Kishor Tokekar (Joint General Secretary of Vivekananda Kendra, Jeevanvarti Karyakarta) inaugurated the Shivir.
The Shibir schedule was from 4.30am to 10pm, in which various activities were taken like Yoga, Gita abhyas, Baudhik Satra, Krida Yoga and  Prerna se Punurutthan. Various sessions were taken by Ma. Kishor Tokekar (Joint general secretary of Vivekananda Kendra, Jeevanvarti Karyakarta), Shri Rupesh Mathur (Prant Sangthak Arunachal Pradesh, Vivekananda Kendra, Jeevanvarti Karyakarta), Shri Dana Moyung Ji (Pasighat, Nagar Pramukh), Shri Tajom Tasung Ji (Siang Vibhag Pramukh), Pasighat, Shri Balram Das (Vibhag Sangthak of Tirap, Jeevanvarti Karyakarta), Shri Taba Tatup (Prant Karyalaya Pramukh, Vivekananda Kendra A.P.), Shri Vishma ji, Teacher VKV Oyan, Susri Sutap Roy (Nagar Sangthak, Itanagar, Jeevanvarti Karyakarta)  and Shri Ashok Atale (Nagar Sangthak, Tezu, Jeevanvarti Karyakarta). all participant were take for Tejas a workshop for student, 
Ahuti Satra was taken by Ma. Pravin Dabolkar (Joint General Secretary of Vivekananda Kendra, Jeevanvarti Karyakarta) he is briefly explained of ‘Ahuti Satra’.

Saturday, 16 May 2015

Youth Training Camp at Namsai

Mananeeya Eknathji Janmashati Prava, Arunachal Prant has organized Four (days) Yuva Prashikshan Shivir for the Selected Youths, who are working for the social upliftment in eastern part of Arunachal Pradesh five districts, Namsai, Tirap, Changlang, Lohit and Longding of arunachal Pradesh. Camp was conducted at Zenith Child School, Namsai, 20th to 23rd April 2015. 86 participants or karyakartas were taken participated in this camp. The main objectives of this camp were to upgrade the quality, positive direction and to inculcate patriotism, cultural value, self discipline and the attitude of Social Service, formal and informal education, health and hygiene, with the twine ideal of Vivekananda Kendra “Man Making - Nation Building” through the various sessions on yoga, lecture, concentration & memory development games and group discussion.  
            Camp inaugurated on 20th April 2015 by Chief Guest Venerable Agga Dhamma, Chief Monk of Buddha Vihar Monastery, Namsai, He said that by doing so, they will be able to strengthen their self-confidence and able to face any of life’s challenges in the future.
He believed that by providing youths with positive and constructive activities to occupy their time, they will be affected morally, and eventually become a better person who will one day contribute to a better society. Camp concluded on 23rd April 2015, where chief guest Shri R.K. Sharma, Deputy Commissioner, Namsai and Guest of honor Shri Sange Tashi Thungdok, ZPM Rupa addressed the participants and other invitees Karyakartas as a concluding speech.

Wednesday, 29 April 2015

Yuva Prashikshan Shivir concluded at VKV, Nirjuli

Inaugural function
On the occasion of Mananeeya Eknathaji Janma Shati Parva, “Yuva Prashikshan shivir” for the western part of Arunachal Pradesh started at VKV Nirjuli for four days comprising of 125 participants covering 10 districts of Arunachal Pradesh to motivate the young generation.
Speaking on the inaugural function, Dr. Joram Begi Prant Pramukh Vivekananda Kendra highlighted the life and messages of Eknathaji Ranade the founder of Vivekananda Kendra. In his address Dr. Begi said that Eknathji was the person who translated Swami Vivekananda’s vision into action especially in North – Eastern part of the country.  The state is fortunate that Eknathji choose Arunachal Pradesh to start his work. Now Vivekananda Kendra which had a modest beginning in 1977 with 7 Vidyalayas has increased to 34 in the whole state. Kendra has started Arun Jyoti for Rural development and Vivekananda Kendra Institute of Culture – Arunachal Chapter for promoting the dialogue to preserve and nurture culture.

Swami Supradiptananda Maharaj, Vice principal Ramakrishna Mission School, Narottamnagar, Deomali who attended the program as Chief Guest cited the example of Swami Vivekananda, he guided the youths to have discriminating power to select the positive direction in life. At present there are many attractions to deviate in this youthful age. Dr. Emi Rumi, President Galo Welfare society added that young youths have more tendency to fluctuate in wrong direction which is to be minimized and focus on discipline and sincerity consistence.
Concluding program
Concluding program of camp was organized on 14th April 2015 at VKV Nirjuli.  Sri Gomar Basar, incharg of camp presented camp report in front of chief guest Sri Mutchu Mithi, Hon`ble Parliamentary Secretary, and other guests.
Speaking on the concluding function Sri Gomar Basar highlighted main topics of  talks given by prominent speakers like Dr. Joram Begi: Prant Pramukh Vivekananda Kendra, Sri Pai Dave: Youth coordinator, Sri Bengia Tolum: President Nyishi elite Soceity, Sri Sange Tashi about Youth for Sewa, Need of Organized Work, Our Culture Our Pride. Training and awareness talk was conducted by experts about Education, Documentation of culture, Health & hygiene and Blood Donation.

Sri Mutchu Mithi, Hon`ble Parliamentary Secretary who attended the program as Chief Guest motivated youth by his speech, he guided the youths to do hard work in life. He said there is no shortcut for successes or nothing like luck, if you are hard working, will reach to goal. He mentioned that hard work is the gateway of opportunities.
Vivekananda Kendra has constituted committees at various levels to chalk out programmes for the yearlong celebration of Mananeeya Eknathaji Janma Shati Parva. Yuva Sammelan, Janjati Sammelan, at Circle and District Level are some of the immediate activities planned.