News Bulletin : 01 August 2021

News Bulletin

 


Personalia

  • Revered President Maharaj is at Belur Math.
  • Swami Gautamananda ji is at Chennai Math.
  • Swami Prabhananda ji is at Belur Math.
  • Swami Suhitananda ji is at Belur Math.

All of them are keeping well.


Communication Addresses

Phone Numbers

Cuttack centre has discontinued its telephone number: 230 5300.  It has a new mobile telephone number: 94393 13122.

Dibrugarh centre has discontinued all of its previous telephone connections and obtained the numbers: 796 0313 and 88229 56374.

Mayal Ichapur Math has changed its mobile telephone number from 97353 02692 to 87689 59488.

Shimla centre has changed its telephone number from 265 9755 to 292 5653.

Visakhapatnam Ashrama has a new mobile telephone number: 94933 81836.

Website

Dibrugarh centre has launched a website with address: www.rkmdibrugarh.org, and Patna centre with address: rkmpatna.org.

Jalpaiguri centre has discontinued its website: www.rkmjalpaiguri.in.

News of Branch Centres (in India)

Nandananda Bhavan (staff quarters) at Rajamahendravaram centre was inaugurated on 10 July.

Jhargram centre dedicated its new monks’ quarters on 12 July, the sacred Ratha Yatra day.

The newly built annexe to the school building of Blind Boys’ Academy of Narendrapur centre was opened on 12 July by screening a pre-recorded video message from the General Secretary.

The new English-medium school ‘Vivekananda Vidyalaya’ on the Nagachi campus of Ramanathapuram centre was inaugurated on 16 July.  The messages from Revered President Maharaj and others were read out on the occasion.

On the initiative of our Almora centre, a statue of Swami Vivekananda was installed at the Government Inter College, Almora, where Swamiji had delivered two lectures in July 1897.  The statue was unveiled on 23 July.

Prabuddha Bharata, the English monthly published by Mayavati Advaita Ashrama, was recently included on the prestigious ‘Reference List of Quality Journals’ of UGC-CARE (University Grants Commission-Consortium for Academic Research and Ethics).

In the grading of Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) conducted by the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Government of India, the ITI of Viveknagar centre, Agartala, secured the highest grade at the state level.

Results of our Secondary and Higher Secondary students

The results obtained by the Secondary (Class 10) and Higher Secondary (Class 12) students of our schools are given below.

West Bengal Board of Secondary Education: Class 10

Class 10 examinations could not be held due to the Covid-19 pandemic situation.  Results were declared based on candidates’ performance in the Class 9 exam and internal assessment in Class 10 on a 50:50 basis.

Sl. No.        School Students appeared 1st Div. Star Marks Highest Marks #
1. Asansol 102 102 102 677
2. Baranagar Mission 144 144 130 665
3. Jayrambati 125 125 67 672
4. Jhargram 53 53 26 629
5. Kamarpukur 121 121 113 683
6. Malda 110 110 75 680
7. Manasadwip 99 99 33 646
8. Medinipur 96 96 53 651
9. Narendrapur: (a) Vidyalaya 129 129 129 669
(b) Blind Boys’ Academy 16 16 14 660
10. Purulia 105 105 105 689
11. Rahara 187 187 183 679
12. Ramharipur 111 111 58 653
13. Sargachhi 113 113 90 694
14. Sarisha: (a) Boys’ School 89 89 51 651
(b) Girls’ School 118 118 76 668
15. Taki 69 69 69 684

West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education: Class 12

Class 12 examinations could not be held due to the Covid-19 pandemic situation.  Results were declared based on the following criteria: 40 per cent weightage given to the marks in Class 10 exams and 60 per cent marks were evaluated based on performance in Class 11 exams and Class 12 practicals.

Sl.

No.

School Students

appeared

1st

Div.

2nd

Div.

Star

Marks

Highest

Marks #

1. Baranagar Mission 48 48 44 464
2. Jhargram 56 53 3 19 412
3. Malda 73 73 72 486
4. Medinipur 61 61 61 482
5. Narendrapur: (a) Vidyalaya 87 87 87 485
 (b) Blind Boys’ Academy 10 10 10 442
6. Purulia 60 60 60 486
7. Rahara 141 141 133 488
8. Sargachhi 64 64 45 471
9. Sarisha 71 71 51 489

Other Boards

Exam Students appeared 1st Div. 2nd Div. 3rd Div. Star Marks
Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education)
Class 10 95 62 33 24
Class 12 76 68 8 52
Indore (Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education)
Class 10 112 95 15 2 53
Class 12 117 102 15 49
Jamshedpur (Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations)
Class 10 319 319 243
Class 12 44 43 1 27
Mysuru Vidyashala (Karnataka Board)
Class 12 52 52 52
Three students of the Vidyashala secured full aggregate marks (600/600).
Narainpur (Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education)
Class 12 140 140 140

 

(In all these figures, Star Marks means 75% or more marks, 1st Div. 60% or more marks, 2nd Div. 45% or more but less than 60% marks, and 3rd Div. less than 45% marks).

Values Education and Youth Programmes

Delhi centre conducted 11 online workshops on values education from 28 June to 17 July.  In all, 770 teachers and parents attended these programmes.

Obituaries

Swami Sagunananda ji

We record with sorrow the passing away of Swami Sagunanandaji (Mahadev Maharaj) at Arogya Bhavan, Belur Math, on 9 July at 5.32 am.  He was 83 and had been suffering from hypertension and heart disease for some years.  An initiated disciple of Swami Madhavanandaji Maharaj, he joined the order in 1962 at Kamarpukur centre and received sannyasa diksha from Swami Vireshwaranandaji Maharaj in 1972.  He served the order at the headquarters and at Kamarpukur, Ranchi Morabadi, Delhi, Tamluk and Balaram Mandir centres as an assistant and Barasat centre as the head.  He had the opportunity to serve Swami Madhavanandaji Maharaj during the latter’s last days.  He also participated in relief activities at different times.  He stayed at Varanasi Advaita Ashrama for four years from 1993 and thereafter had been living a retired life at Belur Math.  The swami was self-reliant and a meticulous follower of monastic routine.

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