Wednesday, 19 September 2018


“A champion needs a motivation above and beyond winning.”

With the blessings of Swamiji,  we have taken a step forward. Our students won the medal in the sports events. This is obviously a land mark of our school.

                   30th  South National Junior Athletics championships 2018 was held at Acharya Nagarjuna University at Gundoor in Andhra Pradesh on 15th & 16th September 2018.  Two of our students got medals.   R. Mahendran (XI Std) got  gold  medal in Javelin  throw.  His performance was  49.44 mts.   P.Selva Ganesh (XI Std) got silver medal in Discus throw.  His performance was 43.27 mts.  Winners were appreciated and honoured by our school correspondent Shri. S.K Subramanian, Principal Mrs. R. Andal, PET Masters, teachers and parents.

Thursday, 13 September 2018


“Lord Ganesh of curved elephant trunk and huge body,

Whose brilliance is equal to billions of suns in intensity,
Always removes all obstacles from our  endeavours”

The birthday of Lord Ganesha is celebrated as Vinayaga Chathurthi. Every year we celebrate the festival by preparing the idol of Lord Ganesha with the help of IX Std students. Vinayaga Chathurthi Celebration was celebrated from 13.09.2018  to 20.09.2018.  Each class worshiped Lord Ganesha by offering flowers and prasadam. Students chanted manthras during the pooja.
After completing the pooja the prasatham was distributed to the students and staff. The last day pooja was conducted by X, XI and XII std students in a grand manner on 20.09.2018. After the celebration the idol of Lord Genesha was taken by our students for Visarjanam. With the blessings of Lord Ganesha the ceremony was conducted very auspiciously.

Tuesday, 11 September 2018


“ Sisters and Brothers of  America” with these words of swami Vivekananda, India’s message of universal brotherhood reverberated across the world”

Chicago address of Swamiji in the parliament of world religion on September 11, 1863. “ Sisters and brothers of America is celebrated every year as universal Brotherhood day in the world. As per the excellencies of the universal brotherhood day, it was celebrated on 11th September 2018 in our school premises.

A mammoth procession was started at the waving of flag by    Man. Radha Didi, Dhakshi Pranth Sankatak, Vivekananda Kendra, Kanyakumari, Man. Aparna Didi, All  India Vyavastha Pramukh was in the forefront. The procession was started from Vallioor Murugan temple and ended at Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya which went through Perumal kovil, Vallioor Main road. The students’ band music was excellent. Swamiji’s inspiring thoughts and slogans were highlighted and  echoed  at the procession in which nearly 1050 students participated eagerly.

A mammoth procession was started at the waving of flag by    Man. Radha Didi, Dhakshi Pranth Sankatak, Vivekananda Kendra, Kanyakumari, Man. Aparna Didi, All  India Vyavastha Pramukh was in the forefront. The procession was started from Vallioor Murugan temple and ended at Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya which went through Perumal kovil, Vallioor Main road. The students’ band music was excellent. Swamiji’s inspiring thoughts and slogans were highlighted and  echoed  at the procession in which nearly 1050 students participated eagerly.

The various programmes like Bharatham, dance, drama were performed by students. To commemorate the 125th Swamiji’s Chicago address we have conducted elocution competitions in many schools.    Ramakatha dance was highlighted. Our chief guest Sri. Natarajan D.E.O. delivered a vibrant speech about universal brotherhood day. His interaction between the students was really interesting. He explained the difference between ‘ Teachers and Guru’  in his speech. 

Next Radha didi gave the wonderful speech. She also quoted Swamiji’s thought “Every soul is potentially divine”.  Next our  chief guest distributed the prizes to the toppers in the elocution competition which was conducted among Vallioor school students . Nearly 220 parents and 1450 students participated in the celebration. Finally programme was ended by Shanthi Mantra. Our correspondent Sri. S K. Subramanian arranged the function a grand one.

 “Let us remember the words of Swami Vivekanand and dedicate ourselves to furthering the cause of unity, brotherhood and world peace”.

Wednesday, 5 September 2018


“Teachers plant the seeds of knowledge that will grow forever”.

We celebrate Teachers’ day every year throughout the country on 5th September. Students express their gratitude and appreciation for their teachers on this day. This day is dedicated to Dr.Radhakrishnan, former president of India, the great academic philosopher and great teacher.   As a tribute to this great teacher, his birthday has been observed as Teachers’  day.
We decided that the responsibility of teaching was taken up by the students as an appreciation for their teachers. Nearly 172 students dressed as teachers. They have prepared lesson plan also. Students taught the lesson interestingly. Winners were appreciated by giving prizes.
Thus we are celebrating Teachers’   day every year meaningfully. 

Saturday, 1 September 2018


“ May this Janmashtami shower on your blossoms of love and peace. May the divine grace be with you today and always”.

          “ Rakhi is a special occasion that reminds  of brothers & sisters lovely time that they have spent”.
The festivals Gokulashtami and  Rakshabandhan were celebrated with an intense fervour in our school. Sri. Gnana Sekaran senior lawyer, Secretary of Arivu  Thirukovil , Vallioor,  Sri. Karthikeyan, lecturer, TDMNS college,  Kallikulam were the special guests.The programme was started by lighting the lamp. Bharatham, Kannan dance were presented by students. They danced as Gopikas and Krishnas. Conversation on Krishnas’ birth and life was displayed by students. Our  students chanted slogans from Bhagavath Geetha.  Special guest Sri.  Karthikeyan talked about  Krishna’s life  and  how it was profound impact on Indian culture. He also shared his views about the origin of Rakshabandhan.   Sri. Gnanasekaran  advised the students to give respect to the parents and teachers. Students from each class were asked to tie Rakhi rope during the function. Some of our students tied Rakhi rope to dignitaries.   Uriyadi  by our Krishnas was very special. Our Kids from LKG to I std dressed as Krishnas and Radhas made our school as Brindhavan .   Prasatham was distributed to the parents and students . Finally programme was concluded by Shanthi Manthra.  
Our correspondent Shri. S.K. Subramanian arranged the function in a grandmanner.

Friday, 17 August 2018


“You learn more from losing than winning. You learn how to keep going.”

The   33rd state level Junior Athlete event was conducted at Chennai on 17.08.2018. In the event, our school students   won   gold medals and they were selected to National level.
P. Selva Ganesh (XI std)    achieved two gold medals in shot put and Discus throw.  R. Mahendran (XI std) won gold medal in Javelin throw.
We are very proud to convey that our winners are going to participate in the National level athlete event in Gundoor, Andhra. Winners were appreciated and honoured by our school correspondent Shri S.K Subramanian, Principal Mrs.R.Andal,         PET Masters, teachers and parents.

Wednesday, 15 August 2018


 “ This  Independence  day  reminds  us  the  struggle  of  the freedom  fighters  who  sacrificed   their  lives  for our country”

        Independence day was celebrated in a grand manner on 15th August in our school campus. The chief guest Sri.  Damodaran  (president of Rotary club  central , Vallioor)  hoisted the national flag. Mr.Selventhiran (secretary of Rotary club central , Vallioor). Mr. Muthu Krishnan (Asst. Governor of Rotary club central, Vallioor), Mr. Dinesh and Vignesh, (Rotarians)  Mr. Chellappa  (Ex. president of Rotary club central, Vallioor) were the special guests. 
             The students made the celebration a grand one by  presenting different programmes like Bharathanatyam, different kinds of exercises, Yoga, Karate, Silambam, Hoops, Pyramid, Flag exercise, Patriotic dance and speeches about freedom in Tamil and English were delivered by the students.  Inspiring speeches were given by our honourable dignitaries  and they awarded  prizes to the students who scored more than 95% marks during the last academic year. On behalf of   Vallioor  Rotary club prizes  were  distributed to the students who got the highest marks in X std Govt board exam. After the celebration, sweets were distributed to students and parents. The celebration came to end with Kendra prayer. Our school  correspondent  arranged the function in a grand one.
“ We commemorate all the great personalities who had played their important role in independence  of India”.
                                         Jai Hind

Wednesday, 4 July 2018

Anna Pooja & Swamy Vivekananda Memorable Day Celebration


Every year Swami Vivekananda Mahasamadhi Day is being celebrated on 4th July. On the auspicious day,  we celebrated Annapooja in our school premises. Rice was collected and heaped up and Annapoorani statue was adorned. The ground was  beautified by flowers and Rangoli. The pooja was  started by lighting the lamp by our principal Mrs. Andal. The conversation about Anna pooja was displayed by the students. The Anna poorna stothram was chanted by the music teacher Mrs. Lalitha Parameshwari. Our teachers   Mrs. Muthu Deiva Nayaki & Mrs. Priyadharshini gave speech on significance of Annapooja. Students sang a song on Swami Vivekananda. The completion of the event was done by our principal Mrs. Andal by taking the Aarathi.  Finaly pooja was concluded by Kendra prayer.  Our correspondent Shri. S.K. Subramanian arranged the function in a grand manner. 

Friday, 22 June 2018

Adventure Training to Students

        Adventure Training to  Students by Foundation for CSR @ Redington, Chennai

          We are very grateful to the Redington foundation for their valuable services.  This year the Redington foundation has introduced the adventure camp to our students to improve physically and intellectually. The students refreshed themselves through the new games and activities.  They participated in all the activities very enthusiastically.  The camp was conducted from 22.06.2018 to 23.06.2018.  The students of class VIII participated in the camp.  Nearly 55 students participated very actively and interestingly.  The camp was conducted by three eminent trainers Miss. M. Jasmine Mary,  Miss.  R. Kayalvizhi & Mr. Vincent Deva kumar. They explained about the merits of each activity.On the 2nd day the students shared their experience with the trainers.Our beloved Principal Mrs. R. Andal presented memento to our trainers. Our beloved correspondent Shri. S.K.Subramaniyan arranged the camp in a grand way. He saw the all activities and praised the trainers.

                                             Thank You.

Thursday, 21 June 2018

International Yoga Day Celebration

“yoga is a light, which once lit , will never dim 
The better you practice, the brighter the flame”.

The international yoga day was celebrated in our school premises on 21st June 2018. This was a great opportunity to imbibe the value of discipline. Our honourable chief guest Mr. T. Kanagaraj (Deputy superindent of police) inaugurated the function and delivered a provoking speech about yoga.    Two of our wellwishers Shri Dharmar proprietor of Selvi Jewellery  &  Shri Chenthamarai Kannan (Proprietor, Valli Corporation) participated and made the function great made. Next our beloved teacher Mrs. Muthu Deiva Nayagi delivered the welcome address and explained about the importance of yoga. Yoga is a mental, physical and spiritual practice that needs to be carried away. The school organized mass yoga demonstration for the students. The students of classes V – IX  performed yoga. Nearly 1100 students participated. More than 550 students from various schools participated in the event. Our correspondent Sri .S.K.Subramanian presented the memento to all the dignitaries and the teachers of other schools. The celebration was concluded with the Kendra Prayer. The function was arranged in a grand manner. Sweet was distributed to all the students.

Saturday, 24 March 2018



      “God  could not be everywhere, and therefore he made mothers”.
The MathruPooja  function was celebrated on 11.03..2018. The function started at 10.30 am. in our school premises.

The  ceremony was inaugurated with lighting the lamp by some of our mothers. Prayer song by our teacher  Mrs. Lalitha Parameshwari. One of our teachers  Mrs. M. Muthu Deiva Nayaki delivered  welcome address.

Next our honourable chief guest Sri. T. Kanagaraj D.S.P advised our students that they should focus their concentration not only in studies but also in other activities like sports etc.. He also quoted that students should fulfil their parents’ wishes and also be a good citizen to the society.

One of our teachers Mrs. Devi commenced the pooja by chanting mantras and instructions were given to the students regarding the pooja.

As per the instruction, students washed their parents’ feet, applied sandal, Kumkum and offered the flowers on their feet. They got blessings from their parents.

After, our correspondent, Principal and all the teachers blessed the students and issued the hall tickets for Govt Public exam.

Principal of Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya, Kanyakumari also graced the function with his presence. Some of the teachers also participated from VKV, Kanyakumari.

All parents participated interestingly in this mesmerizing function.

The function concluded with vote of thanks by our teacher Mrs. Muthulakshmi.

Our correspondent Sri.S.K. Subramanian arranged the function in a grand manner.

Saturday, 17 February 2018


“ Mother is the name  for Goddess in the lips and hearts of the children”.
We celebrated Mothers’ day in a  grand manner on 17th February 2018. The function was inaugurated with lighting of lamp by our mothers.  Prayer song was presented by   our teacher          Mrs. Lalitha Parameshwari. The welcome address was presented by our beloved principal            Mrs. Andal.  Mananeeya  Radha didi, Dhakshin Pranth Sankatak, Vivekananda Kendra, Kanyakumari was the chief guest.               Mrs. Kalaiselvi,  professor, TDMNS College, T. Kallikulam and Sister Bhuvana,  Nagercoil  incharge, Vivekananda Kendra, Kanyakumari were the special guests. Our correspondent Sri. S.K. Subramanian presided over the function.  
Mananeeya Radha didi delivered the great speech on Mothers’ day. She explained Mothers’ day is celebrated in the remembrance of               Sri Rama Krishna Paramahamsa’s birth anniversary. She insisted the mothers that they should know about their capacity. Next our special  guest Mrs. Kalaiselvi addressed the audience . She spoke about the importance of mothers. She quoted Bharathi’s song and explained about valuable points to grow a good model child. Various competitions were conducted for mothers and the winners were honoured by giving prizes. Vote of thanks was proposed by our teacher Mrs. Muthulakshmi. Finally celebration concluded by shanthi mantra. Our correspondent    Sri. S.K. Subramanian arranged the function in a grand manner. 
Competitions for mothers:  
1.  Shot put
2.  Lucky corner
3.  Essay writing on sister Nivedita
4. Poem compositing on Ockhi  cyclone
5. Cookery  competition

Saturday, 27 January 2018


Place : Elayanainarkulam
Date & Time          : 27.01.2018,    7.00 p.m
“Our most valuable and most artistic materials in the history of man are treasured up in India only!”
Swami Vivekananda after his wandering all over India came to Kanyakumari and sat in meditation on 25, 26 and 27 December 1892.  To spread these message of Swami Vivekananda amongst the public, to focus on cultural tradition, this Samartha Bharatha Parva is being conducted by all Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya Schools.

This year we have selected the rural area Elaiyanainarkulam near vallioor.  Fifty Students who were given enough practice and ten teachers went to the village.  The programme was started at 7.00p.m.  Man. Radha didi, Dakshin Pranth Sankatak, Vivekananda Kendra, Kanyakumari was the chief guest.  Sri. R. Singa pandi,  Sri. M. Muthumanickam,                            Sri. R. Ponperumal,          Sri. S. Murugesan,             Sri. M. Murugan,           Sri. P. Vincent, Sri. A . Ramakrishnan, Sri. Paul Raj, Sri. K. Hari Krishnan and   Sri. Sivalingam were the special guests.Nearly 200 people were the audience.  Our Principal Mrs. R. Andal welcomed the gathering and the programme were commenced by prayer song and Bharathanatyam.  Various cultural programme like Debate, Conversation on Sister Nivedita, Folk dance, Kendra activities and Peacock Dance were impressed by the audience.  Man.  Radha Didi  presented the memento to the village dignitaries.  The programme was concluded by Shanthi Mantra.  Our correspondent    Sri. S.K. Subramanian arranged the function in a successful way.

Friday, 26 January 2018



“Champions keep playing until they get it right”
Sports day was celebrated on 24th January  2018. Sri. Dharmar, Proprietor of Selvi Jewellery & the secretary of Ayya Vaigundar Thirukudumbam , hoisted our Olympic flag and the Olympic Jothi. On this fine occasion, he explained the importance of sports in his speech and how we got the physical and mental growth with the help of sports event. He distributed cash prize for the Sports achievers.
Many events  were conducted to the students.  (Shot put, Disc throw, Long jump, Relay, 100m, 200m, 400m, 600m, 1500m running race etc.)
 Our students from V to IX Std  were divided into 4 groups. They  are Red, Blue, Green, and White. The Incharge teachers gave enough idea and practice to their students. The students participated very enthusiastically. Our Correspondent, Sri.S.K.Subramanian arranged the function in a grand manner.

69th  Republic day was celebrated with pride and patriotism in our school on 26th January 2018.    Dr. Pon Thangadurai, Macro ITI, Vallioor hoisted the national  flag and delivered a great speech on discipline.  He  explained the importance of discipline through Ramayana & Mahabharatha. His speech was impressed by the students. Sports winners prizes were  given. Sweets  were distributed to the students and parents. On this fine occasion, We remembered and congratulated Mananeeya Parameswaranji, President of Vivekananda Kendra   & Vivekananda Rock Memorial who  is going to get  Padma  Vibhushan  award from Govt.
Our correspondent Sri. S.K. Subramanian arranged the function in a successful way.

Thursday, 18 January 2018

Vivekananda Jayanti, Annual Day & Sister Nivedita 150th Brith Anniversary Celebration

Vivekananda Kendra  Vidyalaya Matric. Hr. Sec. School, Vallioor has celebrated the Annual Day,  Vivekananda Jayanthi  & 150th  Birth Anniversary of Sister Nivedita on 12th January 2018.

“We build on children’s strengths and celebrate their achievements, helping children recognize the accomplishments and experience the joy of learning”

Annual day forms an integral part of  the school activities. It is an occasion of celebration, felicitation, feast and festivity when students present not only their wonderful performance but also receive honours for their curricular and co-curricular achievement.

The combination of three celebrations (Vivekananda Jayanthi,  School Annual day & 150th birth anniversary of Sister Nivedita) were celebrated together. The function began around at 4 p.m. Dr.R.RamaKrishnan M.S., D.O., Chief Medical Officer, Aravind Eye Hospital, Tirunelveli was the chief guest. Man. Nivedita Didi,  Vice President of Vivekananda Kendra & Rock Memorial, Kanyakumari was the special guest. Sri.S.Ayyappanji , Secretary of Vivekananda Kendra Rural Development Programme graced the function with his presence and blessings. One of our teachers Mrs. Maribala extended a warm welcome to all the dignitaries and parents. 

The honourable guest appreciated  the school for its all round success and wished a better future for the students. Speeches on the greatness of Mother Bharat, Sister Nivedita, Views of Swami Vivekananda,  aim of Vivekananda Schools and duties of us to be the good citizens of our nation etc… were presented by the dignitaries. 

Principal Mrs. Andal read out the school Annual report .  Prize distribution function was a moment of pride and honour for all the winners and achievers of the school.