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KV Dimapur blog launched
Published on 28 Mar. 2010 11:54 PM IST
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Kendriya Vidyalaya, Project Sewak, Dimapur blog was inaugurated on Saturday by Dr. Y.S Rajan, renowned scientist. Ajay Kapoor, Director, Oracle Education Foundation, Prof. S. Bhattacharya, Director, NIT Durgapur were also present in the function. C Valmiki, Principal informed that the Kendriya Vidyalaya blog would feature all sorts of school activities and would also represent the pulse of the Vidyalaya.
The blog aims to provide a common platform for interaction among the students, teachers, parents and alumni sharing experiences and information. The Kendriya Vidyalaya blog is powered by WordPress and is available at
During the function, the dignitaries congratulated the members and coach of the team “Book Buddies” who won second prize at International Level ThinkQuest Narrative Competition.
Akhil Bhat, Class IX narrated his experiences as a team member and their trip to San Francisco to attend the ThinkQuest Live, while Abdul Noor, Class IX and Debarga, Class VIII demonstrated ThinkQuest and their prize winning project before the dignitaries.
Addressing the gathering, Dr. Rajan urged students to conquer new worlds exploring their inherent potential. He stressed on the role of teachers in discovering the capability of individual children and motivating and guiding them to meet the global challenges.
Prof. Bhattacharya lauded the infrastructure of KV Dimapur saying that the facilities and activities offered in the Vidyalaya were extremely good.
He advised the students to pursue a career of their choice and to enjoy whatever they do and do whatever they enjoy. He also told them to acquire knowledge and not just degrees. Ajay Kapoor, in his address, commented that Kendriya Vidyalaya, Dimapur has set an example to all the schools in India that nothing is impossible. He emphasized the need for collaborative learning and the role of ThinkQuest as a safe medium for Project Based Learning.

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