Lakshya Camp

Lakshya Camp

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Vasudev Kutumb has been organizing camp Lakshya every year since 2009. Lakshya camp has evolved over the time. Earlier it was for classes up to 12 th. But after some years we didn’t had that infrastructure to accommodate so many students and our priorities changed so the camp was held for classes 6th to 8th. Few years back the activities in the camp were totally value based but then a strong need was felt to inculcate a feeling of being proud of one’s country among the youth. Currently the camp is running with the theme “Transforming Indians to Transform India”. Students of class 8th are allowed to participate so that there is a selective age group with same mental level. Workshops are carried out in different rooms on the following topics:

  • Independence Struggle.
  • Our Culture Heritage.
  • Our Nation Builders.
  • India’s Geographical Grace.
  • India’s contribution towards Science and Technology.

Highlights Of The Camp

  • Exposure to Universal values ( truth, honesty, love, and
        environmental awareness etc.)
  • Yoga and Fun games.
  • Interaction with role models.
  • Workshops.
  • Drawing Competition.
  • Free refreshments and lunch.
  • Quiz.
  • Prizes to be won.

Camp Details

  • Who can participate – Class 8th students are eligible.
  • Venue – ONGC Community Center.
  • Timings – 8:30am – 1:30pm.
  • Availability of form – 27, Ram Vihar, Shrishti Superstore, Aggarwal        Book Store.
  • Date – Normally the camp is held on 1st day of vacation of
          government schools which falls on 26/27 May.

Drawing Competition

A drawing competition is held among the students every year on the following topics:

  • Vasudev Kutumb
  • Save Water
  • Proud to be Indian
  • How can we make India better

Five best drawings are given prizes. Free lunch is provided each day and a different menu is followed every day. On the final day a Quiz Competition based on values and learnings in the camp is conducted and prizes are distributed to the winners. Interested Participants from each group are given a chance to perform on the stage. The individual best performers in all the groups, divisions and in the whole camp are given cash prizes. The children thoroughly enjoy the free camp through creative exercises fun games, useful film shows and take home the values which make them better citizens of tomorrow.

A unique way of saying no to polythene bags was emphasized in Lakshya’19 by giving a cloth bag to all the participants as participation prize. The bag was made of old cloth and was washable. Children were encouraged to use it instead of polythene and to further encourage others as well.


Vasudev Kutumb

The foundation seed of Vasudev Kutumb was sown, when a few ONGCians joined hands to do something for the society. After a brainstorming session it was decided that there was a need to impart Value Education to the new generation.


  • vasudevkutumb.india@
  • 0135-2759834 / 2752967
  • 57 Ram Vihar, Ballupur Road, Dehradun
           248001, Uttarakhand, India