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VIVEKANANDA KENDRA VIDYALAYA (NEEPCO), UMRANGSO


One of the 18 schools administered by Vivekananda Kendra Shiksha Prasar Vibhag. This is an English medium co-educational school, affiliated to CBSE, New Delhi. It is established in the year 1999 in the lush green Residential Campus of Kopili Hydro Electric Project (KHEP), NEEPCO, Umrangso, in the Dima Hasao district of Assam.

The pristine beauty of Kopili valley in the backdrop and the pleasant temperate weather of the hills district provide an excellent environment for nourishment of young minds and joyful experience of learning.

Though the vidyalaya has English as medium  of instruction in its  Curriculum, yet equal   emphasis is given  to Hindi, Assamese and  Sanskrit  languages. The vidyalaya also  has included Computer  Science  and  Yoga  in  the curr iculum to help  the  students excel in this  competitive and  stressful world. The vidyalaya curriculum  has  given  topmost  priority in generating  a pool of  students  with  high  moral  values  for  maintaining  love  and  respect for our  rich  cultural  heritage as well as  for  serving  the  society and  the  Mother land  as  responsible  citizen in the  long run.

The vidyalaya engages students in preparation and organization of different events and programme so that they may have additional edge in life and learning which can put them in good stead in times to come.

Again, the vidyalaya arranges for different workshops and camps in every calendar year for its faculty members for upgrading and maintaining their professional edge.

Like all of over the country VKV Umrangso celebrated 150th Birth Anniversary of Swami Vivekananda with a year long programme [From 12th January 2013 to 12th January 2014]. For details please log on http://vivekananda150jayanti.org

 

 

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