Monday, 13 April 2015

Vivekananda Kendra Arun Jyoti Tezu organized Vimarsha

April 08, 2015 The Tezu Branch of Vivekananda Kendra Arun Jyoti is organized Vimarsha (A dialogue for Creative Leaders). The topic was “SERVE MEN SERVE GOD”. Programme begin with lightening the lamp by Vivekananda Kendra Arunachal Prant Pramukh Dr. Joram Begi and  welcome speech given by Vyavstha Pramukh Smt.Hage behizane, Nagara Pramukh VKAJ Tezu Shri Kruleso Ngadong highlighted the work of Vivekananda Kendra in Arunachal, Shri P.K. Pandey highlighted the message of Swamiji. Dr. Joram Begi said that every person has the divinity , we should serve the man those who are poor, Illiterate, Ignorant and innocent, Serve to these people mean  worship to god, he emphases worship should be selfless, One should not expect by giving only think to give. Serve should be irrespective of cost, color and religious. As a good citizen one should be dedicated and communicated to their duty that is their service to god. End of the Program VKAJ Teju Nidhi Sankalan Pramukh Smt.Reena Sharma given the vote of thanks.

Sunday, 12 April 2015

Training Camps by Vivekananda Kendra Arun Jyoti


Vivekananda Kendra Arun Jyoti organized training camps for Balsevikas, AnandalayaAcharyas and Health Workers at VKV, Jairampur. The camp was inaugurated on 3rd April 2015 by Sri H.Matcha, Retd. ADC of Tirap. 18 Health workers, 25 Anadalaya Acharyas and 63 Balsevikas attended the camp. The participants were from Tirap, Longding, Changlang, Namsai and East Kameng districts from Arunachal Pradesh.
Health sessions were taken by the Doctor of Arun Jyoti and Dr. M.Khimhun, DTO, Changlang. Some well-wisher teachers trained the Anadalaya Acharyas. It is to be mentioned that Arun Jyoti is running 92 Balwadis in Arunachal Pradesh.

Sunday, 29 March 2015

Free Eye Screening Camp by Vivekananda Kendra Arunachal Pradesh

As a part of Mananeeya Eknathji Janma Shati Parva , the founder of Vivekananda Kendra, a Free Eye Screening Camp was organized at Deomali Community Health Centre of Tirap district of Arunachal Pradesh on 27th March 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. Dr.J. Das, Eye Specialist and his team screened 127 patients and 17 cataract patients were identified. As per their commitment, the cataract patients will be operated free of cost in their hospital on 7th April 2015. The other patients were advised for spectacles and free medicines were distributed amongst them.
The camp was inaugurated by Sri B.Puroik, SDO of Deomali and attended by more than 200 eminent personalities of Deomali township. They lauded the efforts of Vivekananda Kendra Arun Jyoti in the field of rural health care and assured all possible help from their 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.

Thursday, 19 March 2015

PARIKSHA DE HASTE HASTE AT TEZU

Vivekananda Kendra Arun Jyoti, Branch Tezu has organized “PARIKSHA DE HASTE HASTE five day Workshop” for the Students of Indira Gandhi Govt. College, Tezu on 12th to 16th March 2015 at college Auditorium.
Sessions on various examination related topics and issues, such as concept of examination, concentration, memory power, importance of yoga for stress management, memory game etc were conducted by resource person Ashok Atale, Nagar Sangathak, Vivekananda Kendra, Tezu in the workshop which was titled “Pariksha De Haste Haste”. Earlier, Shri Kruleso Ngadong, Nagar Pramukh, Vivekananda Kendra, Tezu inaugurated the workshop.

Wednesday, 18 February 2015

Free Operation Camp: a brief report

The Free Operation Camp organized by Vivekananda Kendra Arun Jyoti in association with Department of Health and Family Welfare, Govt. of Arunachal Pradesh and Remote Area Medical, Knoxville,USA concluded successfully on 14th February 2015. A team of nine NRI Doctors participated in the camp, which was inaugurated on 9th February 2015 by the Deputy Commissioner of Changlang, Mrs. Chanchal Yadav.
The team conducted 68 major and minor surgeries successfully during the camp. 132 endoscopies were done by NRI Gastroenterologist free of cost. A total 401 outpatients were examined by the NRI doctors and medicines were given accordingly. Patients from Changlang, Tirap and Lohit district came in large numbers to avail the opportunity.
To make this endeavor a success, various segments of society came forward with their whole hearted participation like the Medical authority and staffs of District Hospital, Changlang, District Administration, Local MLAs and other local organizations. It has to be mentioned here that our well wishers from far off places like Gujarat also helped us by sending medicines that were used in the camp.
The participation of the local people during the camp was overwhelming. The youth wing of Rangfraa Faith Promotion Society (RFPS) provided volunteers, who worked day and night to make the camp successful.
It is to be mentioned that this was the ninth yearly operation camp by the Remote Area Medical Volunteers and till date we operated more than 400 poor and needy patients of Arunachal Pradesh and Assam. The faith that the people have on the smooth conduction and transparency of the camp inspired the whole team and encouraged the NRI team to visit and serve here time and again.   

Monday, 9 February 2015

Special postal cover on Ma. Eknathji JanmaShati Parva


A special postal cover brought out by the Department of Posts to mark the centenary celebrations of Ekanath Ranade, founder of Vivekananda Rock Memorial and Vivekananda Kendra, was released here on Friday.
Anjali Devasher, Chairperson, Investment Board and Postal Service Board, released the special cover at a function held in Vivekananda Kendra Auditorium.
Ms. Anjali Devasher said that the special postal cover on Eknath Ranade was released to honour a great leader by the Department of Posts.
My Stamp was released by T. Murthy, Chief Postmaster General, Tamil Nadu Circle.
D. Bhanudas, general secretary, Vivekananda Kendra, received the special postal cover and My Stamp. A. Balakrishnan, vice-president, Vivekananda Kendra, presided. J. Charukesi, Postmaster General, South Zone, and office-bearers of Vivekananda Kendra attended the function.
Prior to the release of special postal cover and stamp, a short film on Eknath Ranade was screened at the auditorium.
P. Krishnaswami, Administrative Officer, welcomed the gathering and M. Hanumantarao, treasurer, proposed a vote of thanks.

Tuesday, 3 February 2015

TRADITIONAL DANCE AND DRAMA COMPETITION AT YANGKIONG

Tuting Gangging Dance Group and Sibum Gangging Drama Group are the winners of the Traditional Dance and Drama competition at Yingkiong
As a next level for the winners of circle level, District Level Traditional Dance and Drama Competition was organized at Yingkiong, the headquarter of Upper Siang District of Arunachal Pradesh, along with the National Youth Day on 12th January 2015.
Shri Nobang Borang, Ex-ZPM, Chief guest of the programme highlighted on the education system, also with the effect of western culture on our youth and to maintain the identity of our culture. He also encouraged the indigenous faith and belief, which is the motto of this celebration. He appreciated the work of Vivekananda Kendra for the upliftment of our tradition and culture. Shri N. Nitik ZPM-Tuting, Guest of honour warn that as ours is an oral tradition, no written form is there, it is vulnerable to be extinct someday.

Shri Sanjeeb Kar, Teacher, VKV Yingkiong welcomed all after the lightening the lamp by chief guest along with invocation prayer. Shri Ambuj Thakur, highlighted about the importance of the National Youth Day. He narrated about the life history of Swami Vivekananda. Shri Taba Tatup, Prant Karyalaya Pramukh, Vivekananda Kendra, highlighted about the yearlong celebration of Mananeeya Eknathji Janma Shati Parwa and the objective of Traditional Dance and Drama Competition and the works of Vivekananda Kendra in Arunachal Pradesh. He emphasized on preservation of the rich traditions and culture of our tribes. Accordingly, by practicing, promoting, and protecting one can preserve one’s own traditions and culture.
Four Dance groups and three Drama groups of participants performed after a patriotic song and a dance performance by the VKV Yinkiong students. The judges pannel was inclusive of Shri Rupir Boli, District convener, Shri Oyem Kartek and Shri Durik Apang, personalities having a very deep knowledge of their tradition and culture.
Shri Nandalal Sharma, gave the vote of thanks. Shri Ashis Srivastav, coordinated the day long programme