A One Day Odisha Pranta Nagar Pramukh Varga was organised on 21st September 2014 in Bhubaneswar. Nagar Pramukh and Sah Nagrar Pramukh from all Nagars, All Sanghatak and Pranta Team was present for the varga. The varga started with 3 Omkar, Shantipath and Aikya Mantra. Aadarniya MEJS Parva Pramukh, Shri. Rabindra Kamila welcomed all and told the purpose aand importance of the varga for expansion and consolidation of Kendra Karya. Mananeeya Pranta Sanchalak Shri. Surasen Jena ji said, “Mananeeya Ekanthji was a master organiser.
Odisha cyclone relief program - Vivekananda Kendra Brahmapur Distributed school uniforms to students from Tarai Gaunju, one of the cyclone affected coastal village. 60 brothers and 75 sisters from class 1 to 6, benefited by this program. Vibhag Vyavastha Pramukh Sri Ram Prasad Mishra, Vibhag Sanghtak Kum. Pranjali and Nagar Sangathak Kum. Renuka was present on the occasion.
Vivekananda Kendra Kanyakumari, Odisha Prant organised a 7day Prant Stariya Karyakarta Prashikshan Shibir at Baleswar from 4th June to 12th June 2014. 10 Brothers and 5 sisters from Baleswar, Bhubaneswar and Brahmapur participated in the shibir.
In orrisa, 3 residential personality development camps were organized in Bhanj Vibhag. In camp day started with Vedic Chanting and Yogabhayas. Various sessions were taken by experts in day time like origami, science experiments and making poems etc. Camp's main focus on five fold - Spiritually, Intellectually, Emotionaly, Mentally, Physical devloment of the child. Evening, there was specially session for games. Day concluded with Bhajans and Night assembly.
3 - Days residential personality development camp in Gunupur - 126 Participants
An interactive meeting to discuss the Vivekananda Kendra and the the Vivekananda Kendra Academy of Indian Culture, Yoga and Management [VK AICYAM] activities was held on 11 May, 2014 at Paderu, Visakhapatnam district. 48 teachers from single teacher schools and teachers of Vigyan Bharathi High School, Paderu attended. Speaking on the occasion Sri Krishna Mohan, Seva Pramukh, Bharateeya Vidya Kendram of the region spoke about the importance of documentation of our traditional practices for posterity.