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World Book and Copyright Day 2010

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The New Indian Express, 26 April 2010

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World Book and Copyright Day 2010 & Reader’s Club inauguration

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Dr.Vilakkudy Rajendran, Malayalalam writer and former Editor and Assistant Director, Kerala Language Institute, inaugurates the World Book and Copyright Day, 2010 celebrations and the activities of Reader’s Club of the year.

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Dr.Vilakkudy Rajendran speaks.

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An interactive session with the students.

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Shri. Manoj Kumar Mishra, Vice Principal speaks on the importance of the day.

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Shri. S.L.Faisal, Librarian (Shift-I)

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Shri. B. Surendran, Librarian (Shift-II)

Bookmark Designing Competition winners

and Best Book Review awardees receive the prizes from Dr.Vilakkudy Rajendran

See the winning bookmarks here

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Felicitations: Shri. V.Joseph, Head Master (Shift-II)

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Felicitations: Dr.K.G. Ajith Kumar, PTA, Vice Chairman

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A memento to the Chief Guest.

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Library launches web-OPAC: Search library catalogue on Internet

In another step towards for modernization the Library Media Centre launches its web-OPAC (Online Public Access Catalogue on Internet) on the World Book and Copyright Day, 23rd April2010.

Now any one can search the library database through internet.

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Library Media Centre Web OPAC

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Best Reader Awards 2010

S.No.

Class

Name

Class & Div.

1

VI

Venikrishna A. K.

VI A

2

VII

Malavika R. J.

VII B

3

VIII

Namtha S. Nath

VIII D

4

IX

Mithun M. S.

IX B

5

X

Alina Babu

X D

6

XI

Reshma R.C.

XI A

7

XII

Archana R.P.

XII E

Filed under: Library activities, Winners of library competitions,

Best Book Review Prize: 2009-‘10

Best Book review prizes have been given to students of class VI,VII and VIII to promote reading habit.

S.No.

Class

Name

Class & Div.

1

VI

Devipriya

VI A

2

VII

Roja Rani

VII A

3

VIII

Mukulika

VIII B

Filed under: Winners of library competitions,

Bookmark designing competition: Winners

In connection with the World Book and Copyright Day 2010, a Bookmark designing competition was held in the library on 22/04/2010. Seventy Five students participated in the contest. The theme for Group VI-IX was “My Dear Library” and for Group X-XII was “Green Library”.

S.No.

Group

Position

Name

Class & Div.

1

VI-IX

I

Aswathy P.

VIII A

2

II

Veeraragvan Aravind

IX D

3

II

Arunima

VIII C

4

III

Gopika R. Nair

IX B

5

III

Nandana A.S.

VII C

6

X-XII

I

Prathibha G

X A

7

II

Parvathy H L.

X B

8

II

Revathy P.J

X C

9

III

Anjana C R

 X C

10

III

Rohini A.S.

X B

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Beautiful Bookmarks: The winning entries

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Bookmark Designing Competition in connection with the World Book and Copyright Day, 23 April 2010

GROUP I (X-XII)

Theme: Green Library

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(I)Prathibha G, XA (II) Revathy P J, XC(II) Parvathy H.L., XB    

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(III)Anjana C,R., XC (III) Rohini A.S., X B

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GROUP II (VI-IX)

Theme: My  Dear Library

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(I) Aswathy P, VIIIA (II)Arunima A, VIIIC (II)Aravind, IXD

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(III) Nandana A.S., VIIC (III)Gopika R Nair, IX B

 

Mentionable entries

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Filed under: Library Bookmarks, User Guides, Brochures, Winners of library competitions

Infomadyamam features Library Blogs

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Infomadhyamam, Madhyamam malayalam Daily, April 19, 2010

Read the feature

click here Infomadhyamam

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World Book and Copyright Day 2010

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Programme

 

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Competition

Shift-I

  • Bookmark Designing Competition on 22/04/2010 at 10.30 a.m. in the library (Classes VI and above)

Shift-II

  • Bookmark Designing Competition on 21/04/2010 at 5.00 p.m. in the library (Classes VI and above)

 

 

 

 

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  • Exhibition of Books on or by William Shakespeare, from 21-24 April, 2010

Author Meet

  • Inauguration of the activities of Reader’s Club  (2010-2011)by Dr Vilakkudi Rajendran, writer and  Kerala Bhasha Institute former Assistant Director at 11.00 a.m. on 24th April, 2010 in the library.
  • Prize distribution

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Mónica González Mujica of Chile to receive UNESCO/Guillermo Cano World Press Freedom Prize 2010

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The Chilean journalist, Mónica González Mujica, a heroine of the struggle against dictatorship in her country, has been named laureate of the 2010 UNESCO/Guillermo Cano World Press Freedom Prize.

“Throughout her professional life, Mónica González Mujica has shown courage in shining the light on the dark side of Chile,” said the President of the jury, Joe Thloloe, Press Ombudsman of the Press Council of South Africa. “She has embodied the very spirit of the Award. She has been jailed, tortured, hauled before the courts but has remained steadfast.”
“Ms González is now ploughing her experience back to the younger generation through her work at the Center of Journalism and Investigation and her workshops on investigative journalism in various countries,” added Mr Thloloe.
In naming the laureate, the Director-General endorsed the recommendation of an international jury of 12 professional journalists from all over the world. “Mónica González Mujica has undergone years of hardship defending freedom of expression, one of the core values UNESCO was created to uphold. She now shows equal commitment to education, which is another main priority of our Organization,” said Ms Bokova.
She will present the Prize to Ms González in a ceremony on 3 May,
World Press Freedom Day, which UNESCO will celebrate this year in Brisbane, Australia.
Born in 1949, Ms González spent four years in exile following the military coup of 1973. She returned to Chile in 1978 where harassment from the secret services made her lose jobs repeatedly. As a journalist, she investigated human rights violations as well as the financial doings of General Pinochet and his family.
Ms González was imprisoned and tortured from 1984 to 1985 for this work. Yet, upon her release she went back to investigative reporting, publishing articles and books about the abuses of the military dictatorship. She was detained again and numerous court cases were brought against her.
Since Chile’s return to democracy in 1990, Ms González has continued working as a newspaper editor and journalist. She has been directing the Center of Journalism and Investigation (Santiago, Chile) since 2007, while conducting workshops on investigative journalism in Chile and abroad.

 

About the Prize

Created in 1997 by UNESCO’s Executive Board, the Press Freedom Prize is awarded annually to honour the work of an individual or an organization defending or promoting freedom of expression anywhere in the world, especially if this action puts the individual’s life at risk. Candidates are proposed by UNESCO Member States, and regional or international organizations that defend and promote freedom of expression.
Since its creation, the US $25,000 prize – financed by the Cano and Ottaway family foundations, and by JP/Politiken Newspaper LTD – has been awarded to the following laureates: Lasantha Wickrematunge (Sri Lanka, 2009), Lydia Cacho (Mexico, 2008), Anna Politkovskaya (Russian Federation, 2007), May Chidiac (Lebanon, 2006), Cheng Yizhong, (China, 2005), Raúl Rivero (Cuba, 2004), Amira Hass (Israel, 2003), Geoffrey Nyarota (Zimbabwe, 2002), U Win Tin (Myanmar, 2001), Nizar Nayyouf (Syria, 2000), Jesus Blancornelas (Mexico, 1999), Christina Anyanwu (Nigeria, 1998), Gao Yu (China, 1997).

 

Courtesy: http://portal.unesco.org

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Kerala India

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