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Readers of the Month: August 2011

Students

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Category: Class X-XII

Devika Raju (XII D)

Category: Class VI-IX

Parvathy B.(IX A)

 

A Short Interview with the Nominees

Name of the Student & Class

Devika Raju, XII D

Your First Book and who gifted it ?

My mother gifted me a “Famous Five” novel written by Enid Blyton.

Favourite Books and why ?

(Title & Author)

1. Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen.

I love it the most because of the subtle humour in it, portrayal of old English people, the old English neighbourhood and atmosphere.

2. Harry Potter by J K Rowling.

I love the way she managed to create a whole new world which exists within the world we know.

3. Twilight Saga by Stephenie Meyer.

I love the horror element in it, the romance in it, the nerve racking suspense.

Most favourite character

Name: Hercule Poirot

Book : Lord Edgware Dies

Now reading (Title & Author)

“Three Act Tragedy” by Agatha Christie

Where do you like to read most?

At home, the school library, while travelling.

If you get a chance to meet a writer, who would you prefer to ?

I would like to meet the late P G Wodehouse who never fails to capture me with his ingeniously plotted comedies which is full of subtle humour.

Who motivates you to read ?

Even as a small child my mother motivated me to read and still continues to do so.

Books you recommend to your friends?

P G Wodehouse (especially Blandings Series), Pride and Prejudice, Harry Potter series, Twilight Saga, Scarlet Pimpernel by Baroness Orczy, Perry Mason novels.

 

Name of the Student & Class

Parvathy B., IX A

Your First Book and who gifted it ?

HARRY POTTER gifted by my father

Favourite Books and why ?

(Title & Author)

1THE PRINCESS DIARIES BY MEG CABOT.  I like it because it link with teens

Most favourite character

Name: RON WEASLEY

Book : Harry Potter series

Now reading (Title & Author)

“PRINCESS DIARIES by MEG CABOT

Where do you like to read most?

At home

If you get a chance to meet a writer, who would you prefer to ?

Meg Cabot

Who motivates you to read ?

My sister

Books you recommend to your friends?

The Tale of Two cities, Harry Potter series, Marple, The Princess Diaries

 

Teacher

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Mrs. Tessy Jimmy, TGT (Maths)

A Short Interview with the Nominee

Teacher

Mrs. Tessy Jimmy, TGT (Maths)

Books

Childhood favourites:

1) Amar Chitrakatha

2) Famous Five

Other Books: Chicken Soup Series

Now reading

“Unbowed, A Memoir”

By Wangari Mathai

Why I Read?

I read for pleasure and vocabulary improvement. I also read to become aware of the happenings in the world so that my brain is kept active, alert and ready to capture more to help the younger and smarter kids of today.

Recommendations

Ignited Minds

By Dr.APJ Abdul Kalam

Message to students

My message to you is through this famous quotation –

“I’ve travelled the world twice over,

met the famous saints and sinners,

poets and artists, kings and queens,

old stars and hopeful beginners.

I’ve been where no one’s been before,

learnt secrets from writers and cooks

all with one library ticket

to wonderful world of books”.

So, what are you waiting for? You are blessed with one of the best libraries in the country. So make maximum use of it. Happy Reading!

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“Story Time” on VICTERS Education Channel

Thirteen Reader’s Club members had an opportunity to participate in the “Story Time” programme (also known as “Katha parayunneram”) with famous Malayalam poet and children’s writer Shri. Gireesh Puliyoor on 24 August 2011. The programme will be broadcasted on VICTORS Education Channel under the IT@School initiative. The students have also visited the VICTORS studio.

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Participants with the story teller Shri. Gireesh Puliyoor.

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A tour to VICTORS studio.

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Reader’s Club 2011-‘12: Office bearers

President: Naveena Pradeep, XI A

Vice President: Saranya, X B

Secretary: Neema K. Saji, X B

Joint Secretary: Aajma Manoj, IX

 

Class Representatives

Class VI Pranav, VI B
Gauri, VI C
Class VII Nithin Das, VII C
Gayathri, VII B
Class VIII Abhiram, VIII A
Archa, VIII D
Class IX Gokul, IX C
Adheena M.S., IX C
Class X Akhil P.S., X B
Krishna, X C
Class XI Sajin, XI E
Ahana, XI A
Class XII Jithu R.G, XII D
Zarin, XII A

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KVS Excellence in Education Awards 2011

Context हिन्दी मैं दिशा निर्देश के लिए क्लिक करें

Education today aims at making children capable of becoming responsible, productive and useful members of society. Knowledge skills and attitudes are built through learning experiences and opportunities created for learners in school. It is in the classroom that learners can analyze and evaluate their experiences, learn to doubt, to question, to investigate and to think independently.

It is widely agreed that assessment influences what is taught and how teaching and learning are delivered. Today, as a part of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation, every school needs to practice and deeply engage itself in the process of systematic recording, analyzing, interpreting and using the data about various aspects of learner growth in order to provide diagnosis and remediation to enhance learning.

In order to put all this into real practice educators need to make conscientious efforts to collaborate, communicate and share available technology tools to make classroom experiences richer and more aligned to learning standards.

In the light of the same, Intel proposes to Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan to organize the KVS Excellence in Education Awards 2011 Contest with an objective to promote collaborative, interdisciplinary approach in learning through projects.

The awards will be given in the following four categories.

  • Excellence in Education – Best Student Project

  • Excellence in Education – Best Teacher Project

  • Excellence in Education – Best School

  • Excellence in Education – Best Region

Important Points to be considered:

  • There is no limit on the number of entries for the student and teacher category.

  • The school can apply only once for the best school performance category

  • The school has the onus selecting the best entries from their school for the student and teacher projects from each class section.

Criteria and Guidelines for each Category

  • Excellence in Education – Best Student Project

    • Students should work in groups (of 4 students) or in pairs on a project.

    • The Project idea/topic should be from the existing curriculum.

    • The contest entry of a student should ideally be a part of the projects undertaken as a part of formative assessments (FA1, FA2 etc) under the new Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation scheme.

    • Focus should be on the students collaborating with the peers within and outside the school.

    • The Project created should be interdisciplinary in nature involving two and/or more academic subjects (English, Social Science, Math etc).

    • The projects selected for the awards must enhance conceptual knowledge by creating real-life linkages and developing vital 21st century skills.

    • Student(s) should have used technology judiciously and effectively. Student(s) can use any one or more web2.0 technologies as a part of their project to learn and collaborate.

    • Students can use the Check-bric for the Student Category to review their project and ensure that it meets the contest requirements.

    • The complete project with all supporting evidence should be submitted to the respective Regions by the School. Refer to the Submission Procedure for more details.

    • Kindly refer to the Contest Timelines for important milestones of the Excellence in Education Awards 2011.

  • Excellence in Education – Best Teacher Project

    • Teachers should participate individually for the contest.

    • The project idea/concept should be from within the existing curriculum.

    • The project chosen for the contest should be interdisciplinary in approach

    • The participating teacher should have collaborated and consulted with peers or subject experts in planning and designing the project.

    • The project should help students improve their achievement in scholastic and co-scholastic areas and develop life skills and attitudes with reference to the larger context and canvas of life.

    • The project should include well articulated, age-appropriate instructions, objective(s), steps adopted to solve the real-life problem, scope for students to work innovatively, creatively and promote higher order thinking skills.

    • Technology should be used judiciously and effectively. Teachers can use any one or more web2.0 technologies as a part of their projects to learn and collaborate

    • Teachers should have used variety of formative assessments throughout the instructional cycle to meet classroom assessment needs.

    • Please refer to the Check-bric for Teacher Category to review their project and ensure that it meets the contest requirements.

    • The complete project with all supporting evidence should be made submitted to the respective Regions by the School. Refer to the Submission Procedure for more details.

    • Kindly refer to the Contest Timelines for important milestones of the Excellence in Education Awards 2011

  • Excellence in Education – Best School

    • Each participating school should provide the following with supporting evidence:

      • Schools’ vision with regard to usage of ICT in whole school development

      • Evidence of ICT integration in the school to enhance teaching and learning process.

      • Steps taken by school to integrate technology in the existing curriculum and to promote Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation scheme.

    • Provide details about your website. You will also be evaluated on the content and usability of your website.

    • Please refer to the Check-bric for School Category to ensure that you meet the contest requirements

    • The complete information required with all supporting evidence should be made available to the respective Regions. Refer to the Submission Procedure for more details.

    • Kindly refer to the Contest Timelines for important milestones of the Excellence in Education Awards 2011

  • Excellence in Education – Best Region

    • The region which has maximum number of shortlisted entries would be declared as the winner.

    • The region heads are responsible for ensuring that the entries from the schools in their region are submitted accurately and on time. Refer to the Submission Procedure for more details.

    • Kindly refer to the Contest Timelines for important milestones of the Excellence in Education Awards 2011

  • Submission Procedure:

  • The schools must submit all contest entries through post, courier or in person in both soft copy (CD format) and hard copy format (documents filed in a folder) to their respective Regions. Kindly check that the CD and the folder have all the documents before submitting.

  • All contest entries should be well sealed and should bear “Intel and KVS Excellence in Education Awards 2011” in support with Intel as the header and the category in which it has been applied and addressed to:

      • Mr. Nagendra Goyal

Education Officer, EDP

Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan,
18, Institutional Area,
Shaheed Jeet Singh Marg,
New Delhi – 110 016

  • Each Region would be responsible for evaluating and ensuring the completeness and accuracy of the entries from the region. The Regions should scrutinize the submitted entries, and verify that the entries have provided the required information, the supporting evidence, and have followed the contest guidelines and the submission procedures correctly.

  • The entries must be sealed again and must be sent to the KVS (HQ) at the above mentioned address through courier, post or in person. The Region is responsible for ensuring that all the entries from their region reach the KVS (HQ) before the deadline provided.

  • Refer to the Contest Timelines for important milestones of the Excellence in Education Awards 2011

Contest Timelines

The timelines for the contest are as framed below

  1. Submission of the contest entries for the Student, Teacher and School categories by the schools to the respective regions. 30th September

  2. Quality Check of the contest entries at the Regional level – 30th October

  3. Submission of the entries to the KVS HQ by the Regions: 10th November

  4. Evaluation of the contest entries at the National level – 20th November

  5. Announcement of winners – 30th November

  6. Award ceremony (the winners will be provided an opportunity to demonstrate their projects) – 1st week of December

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National ICT Award for teachers for 2011–‘12

The Centrally Sponsored Scheme “Information and Communication Technology [ICT] in School” was launched in December 2004, to provide opportunities to secondary stage students to develop ICT skills and also for ICT aided learning process.  The Scheme is a major catalyst to bridge the digital divide amongst students of various socio economic and other geographical barriers. The Scheme provides support to States/UTs to establish computer labs on a sustainable basis. It also aims to set up SMART schools in Kendriya Vidyalayas and Navodaya Vidyalayas  to act as “Technology Demonstrators” and to lead in propagating ICT skills among students of neighborhood schools.

The Scheme currently is being implemented in both Government and Government aided secondary and higher Schools. Support is provided for procurement of computers and peripherals, educational software, training of teachers and internet connectivity etc.

The financial assistance is given to States and other institutions on the basis of the approvals accorded by Project Monitoring and Evaluation Group (PM&EG) headed by Secretary of the Department of School Education and Literacy.


National ICT Award for teachers for 2011 -12


Final draft of pre-bid document

Comments/Suggestions and feedback are invited from educationist , experts and institutions  school5.edu@nic.in, mdilipkumar.edu@nic.in & carakhongwar.edu@nic.in latest by 15th June 2011.


National Policy on ICT in Education June


Draft of National Policy on ICT in Education

Comments/Suggestions and feedback are invited from educationist , experts and institutions  school5.edu@nic.in, mdilipkumar.edu@nic.in & carakhongwar.edu@nic.in latest by 15th April 2011.


Letter of National Award Teacher for ICT to all ES.


Proforma of National Award Teacher for ICT.


Guidelines – revised ICT Scheme.


Draft Policy on ICT in School Education.


Guidelines of ICT in School Scheme.Revised


Minutes of meeting of Project Monitoring and Evaluation Group (PM&EG).

Filed under: Downloads, Snippets,

NTSE 2012 (NTS National Level Examination): Details

For NTS National Level Examination Inquiry:

Phone No :
011-26560464

E-mail :
ntse.ncert@yahoo.in

For State Level NTS Examination Enquiry : Contact the Liaison Officer of your State

For NTS Scholarship Inquiry:

Phone No :
011-26562704 (Timings 2.30 PM to 4.30 PM only)

E-mail :
ntse2@yahoo.co.in


Final Result of NTSE 2011


Announcement for National Talent Search Examination 2012
English Hindi


Common Application Form & Admit Card 2012


Region wise List of Liaison officers 2011-12
English Hindi


Claim Bill for Payment of NTS Scholarship


User Id and Password for Submission of NTS Claim Bill


National Talent Search Examination-Learn about the test
English Hindi


National Talent Search Scheme (for Regular Students Class VIII)

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New Arrivals (as on 10 August 2011)

New Arrivals

(As on 10 August 2011)

Call No

Author

Title

Imprint

001  WEI-5

 Weir, Williams

 50 battles changed the world

 Bounty Books, London

001.076  PRA-H2

 Prasad, Hari Mohan

 Handbook of spotting errors for competitive examinations

 TATA McGraw-Hill Education Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi

001.076  PRA-I

 Pratibha Singh, ed.

 IIT MASTER solutions to 25 years IIT-JEE Objective Questions

 TATA McGraw-Hill Education Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi

001.076  TAR-G

 Tara Chand

 General studies manual 2011 for civil services preliminary examination

 TATA McGraw-Hill Education Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi

004.07  WIL-U

 Williams, Brian K; Sawyer, Stacey C

 Using information technology: Practical introduction to computers and communication

 TATA McGraw-Hill Education Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi

004.65  PAT-M

 Patra, Prashant Kumar; Dash, Sanjit Kumar

 Mobile computing

 Scitech Publications (India) Pvt. Ltd., Chennai

004.678  LAK-I

 lakshmi Narayana, K; Manikonda Aparna

 Internet and web technology

 Scitech Publications (India) Pvt. Ltd., Chennai

005.13  RAN-F

 Ranichitra, A

 FAQ’s in visual basic

 Scitech Publications, Chennai

020  CBS-O

 CBSE

 Organising school libraies guidelines

 Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi

080  RAT-C

 Ratcliffe, Susan, Ed.

 Concise oxford dictionary of quotations

 Oxford University Press, New  Delhi

158.1  KRI-W

 Krippendorff, Kaihan

 Way of innovation

 Platinum Press, Avon

158.1  MUR-P

 Murphy, Joseph

 Power of your subconscious mind

 Pocket Books Inc., London

158.1  OBR-T

 O’Brien, Terry

 Treasure chest for public speaking

 Rupa & Co, New Delhi

158.3  AND-H2

 Andrews, Sudhir

 How to succeed at interviews

 TATA McGraw-Hill Education Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi

158.3  MCL-C2

 Mcleod, John

 Counsellor’s workbook: Developing personal approach

 TATA McGraw-Hill Education Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi

303  MAL-G

 Malay Chaudhuri; Arindam Chaudhuri

 Great Indian dream

 Vikas Publishing House Pvt Ltd, New Delhi

310  SPI-S4

 Spiegel, Murray R., and Stephens, Larry J.

 Statistics

 

320.55  GAN-G

 Gandhi M K

 Gandhi Speaks: The Mahatma’s words for children

 Puffin Books, New Delhi

330.951  BHA-O

 Bhaumik T K

 Old china’s new economy: Conquest by a billion paupers

 Sage Publications India Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi

361  SPI-W

 Spilsbury, Richard

 What’s at issue: Making a difference

 Heinemann Library, Oxford

371.26Q  PRA-S

 Praksah Books

 Sample papers : Business studies Class 12

 Prakash Books, India Ltd., New Delhi

371.26Q  PRA-S

 Praksah Books

 Sample papers : Accounts Class 12

 Prakash Books, India Ltd., New Delhi

371.26Q  PRA-S

 Praksah Books

 Sample papers : Maths Class 12

 Prakash Books, India Ltd., New Delhi

371.3  WOR

 CBSE

 Work experience in schools: Guidelines and syllabus

 Central Board of Secondary Education, Delhi

420.7  LOU-I

 Lougheed, Lin

 IELTS: International english language testing system

 New Age International Publishers (P) Ltd., New Delhi

421  FRE-W

 Freeman, Sarah

 Written communication in English

 Orient Longman Ltd., New Delhi

422  AYT-C

 Ayto, John

 Century of new words

 Oxford University Press, New  Delhi

422  WHI-B

 Whitcut, Janet

 Better wordpower

 Oxford University Press, New  Delhi

425  CHA-O

 Chalker, Sylvia; Weiner, Edmund

 Oxford dictionary English grammar

 Oxford University Press, New Delhi

425  SIN-G

 Sinclair, Christine

 Grammar: Friendly approach

 TATA McGraw-Hill Education Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi

500  NCE-L.09

 NCERT

 Laboratory manual science, class 09

 National council of education research and training

500  NCE-L.10

 NCERT

 Laboratory manual science, class 10

 National council of education research and training

510  NCE-L

 NCERT

 Laboratory manual – Mathematics for secondary stages

 NCERT, New Delhi

510  NCE-L

 NCERT

 Laboratory manual – Mathematics for secondary stages

 NCERT, New Delhi

530.072  NCE-L.11

 NCERT

 Laboratory manual physics, class 11

 National council of education research and training

530.072  NCE-L.12

 NCERT

 Laboratory manual physics, class 12

 National council of education research and training

540.72  NCE-L.11

 NCERT

 Laboratory manual chemistry, class 11

 National council of education research and training

540.72  NCE-L.12

 NCERT

 Laboratory manual chemistry, class 12

 National council of education research and training

541.22  PRA-N

 Pradeep, T

 Nano: The essentials understanding nanoscience and nano technology

 TATA McGraw-Hill Education Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi

570.724  NCE-L.11

 NCERT

 Laboratory manual biology, class 11

 National council of education research and training

572  RAS-B

 Rastogi S C

 Biochemistry

 TATA McGraw-Hill Education Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi

577  DAS-F

 Dash, Madhab Chandra and Dash, Satya Prakash

 Fundamentals of ecology

 TATA McGraw-Hill Education Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi

577.5  JOS-E2

 Joseph, Benny

 Environmental studies

 TATA McGraw-Hill Education Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi

579  PEL-M5

 Pelczar,Michael J et.al.

 Microbiology

 TATA McGraw-Hill Education Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi

616.0252  MOH-F

 Mohun, Janet, Ed.

 First aid manual

 Dorling Kindersley, London

621.4023  SIV-A

 Sivaprakasam S

 Alternative energy sources: Biodiesel

 Scitech Publications (India) Pvt. Ltd., Chennai

657.2  SUR-B4

 Surendra Sundararajan

 Book of financial terms

 TATA McGraw-Hill Education Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi

794  ALT-H

 Alter, James

 History of world cup cricket

 Roli Books,Bangalore

808.068  ALL-T

 Aromal, T

 Emporor’s new cloths

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  ALL-T

 Aromal, T

 Farmer and the snake

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  ALL-T

 Aparna Nambiar

 Trip to the beach and Diya and the caterpillar

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  ALL-T

 Sarah Jacob

 Emporor’s journey and the bad omen

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  ALL-T

 Seeta

 Elves and the shoe maker

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  ALL-T

 Aparna Nambiar

 Diyas’s friend Minty and Diya’s ice cream

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  ALL-T

 Smitha Thomas

 From one dead rat to riches

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  ALL-T

 Saajid Latheef

 Fooled you

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  ALL-T

 Aparna Nambiar

 Diya’s sleepless night and messy Diya

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  ALL-T

 Lisha Azad

 Trip to the zoo and the bee story

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  ALL-T

 Saajid A Latheef

 Greed is no good

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  ALL-T

 Georgs, Arun M.

 Four friends and the cunning cat

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  ALL-T

 Sheila Dhir

 Chandu Pottu

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  ALL-T

 George, Arun M.

 Crow and the cobra

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  ALL-T

 Aparna Nambiar

 Surprise gifty and Diya’s baby sitter

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  ALL-T

 Seena Subran

 Blackie’s new home and the mischievous mouse

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  ALL-T

 Saajid A Latheef

 Birbal’s visit to Persia

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  ALL-T

 Aparna Nambiar

 Bridge to lanka

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  ALL-T

 Aromal, T

 Ass, the fox and the lion

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  ALL-T

 Anita Nair

 Astrologer and kalyani the crow

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  ALL-T

 Alliew, Shane J

 Tears and laughter

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  ALL-T

 Alliew, Shane J

 Teryosha

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  ALL-T

 Vinitha Ramachandran

 Birdman

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  ALL-T

 Smitha Thomas

 Selfish giant

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  ANI-H

 Anita

 Half thief and three quarters thief

 Tumbi, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  ANI-M

 Anita

 Monie’s magic quilt

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  APA-D

 Aparna Nambiar

 Diya plays teacher & diya’s birthday gift

 D C Books, Bangalore

808.068  APA-D

 Aparna Nambiar

 Diya leaves town & Diya loses her tooth

 D C Books, Bangalore

808.068  APA-D

 Aparna Nambiar

 Diya’s picture & help! It’s a monster

 D C Books, Bangalore

808.068  APA-D

 Aparna Nambiar

 Diya’s new friend and everyone is a winner

 D C Books, Bangalore

808.068  APA-D

 Aparna Nambiar

 Diya gets angry & the race

 D C Books, Bangalore

808.068  APA-H

 Aparna Nambiar

 Hanuman enters lanka

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  APA-S

 Aparna Nambiar

 Story of jatayu

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  ARO-C

 Aromal, T

 Candle does not give any heat

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  ARO-C

 Vinitha

 Turtle tales

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  ARO-K

 Aromal

 Kid and the wolf

 Tumbi, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  ARO-M

 Aromal

 Master and his dogs

 Tumbi, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  ARO-R

 Aromal T

 Rivers and the sea

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  ARO-S

 Aromal T

 Salt merchant and his ass

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  ART-H

 Arthy

 Hard Earned money

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  ART-M

 Arthy

 Miser

 Tumbi, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  ART-P

 Arthy

 Pollution solution

 Tumbi, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  ARU-M

 Arun

 Moonlake

 Tumbi, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  JEE-S

 Jeena Ann joseph

 Spendthrift king

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  LIS-N

 Lisha

 Neighbours all and a lesson learnt

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  LIT-J

 Litta

 Jumbo Safari

 Tumbi, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  LIT-T

 Litta

 Thumbelina and the field mouse

 Tumbi, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  LUI-L

 Luisa

 Little red ridinh hood

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  LUI-L

 Luiza

 Little mermaid

 Tumbi, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  LUI-L

 Shane

 Lime tree

 Tumbi, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  MIN-C

 Mini John

 Chimbu learns a lesson

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  MIN-P

 Mini

 Physicians in the jungle

 Tumbi, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  MOH-H

 Mohammed Khadeer babu

 Head curry

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  MYL

 DC Books

 My little book of fruits

 Tumbi, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  MYL

 DC Books

 My little book ofABC

 Tumbi, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  MYL

 DC Books

 My little book of animals

 Tumbi, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  MYL

 DC Books

 My little book of birds

 Tumbi, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  MYL

 DC Books

 My little book of colours

 Tumbi, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  MYL

 DC Books

 My little book of opposites

 Tumbi, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  MYL

 DC Books

 My little book of numbers

 Tumbi, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  MYL

 DC Books

 My little book of home

 Tumbi, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  MYL

 DC Books

 My little book of rhymes

 Tumbi, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  MYL

 DC Books

 My little book of safety

 Tumbi, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  MYL

 DC Books

 My little book of shapes

 Tumbi, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  MYL

 DC Books

 My little book of vegetables

 Tumbi, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  MYL

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 Tumbi, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  MYL

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 My little book of flowers

 Tumbi, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  MYL

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 My little book of jobs

 Tumbi, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  RAD-A

 Radha Nair

 Appu’s birthday

 DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  RAD-A

 Shane J Alliew

 Father Morozko

 DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  RAD-A

 Radha Nair

 Appu and the circus

 DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  RAD-A

 Radha Nair

 Appu’s trunk

 DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  RAD-A

 Radha Nair

 Appu visits the doctor

 DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  RAD-A

 Radha Nair

 Appu makes a friend

 DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  RAD-A

 Radha Nair

 Appu goes to work

 DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  SAJ-H

 Sajid

 How gatekeepers were trapped

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  SAJ-H

 Sajid

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 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  SEE-H

 Seena

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 Tumbi, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  SEE-H

 Seena

 Happy reunion and the precious moustache

 Tumbi, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  SHA-S

 Shane J Alliew

 Stone flower

 DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  SHW-A

 Shwetha E George

 Andher Nagari

 DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  SHW-H

 Shwetha E George

 Hadi

 DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  SHW-H

 Shwetha E George

 Bappa Rawal

 DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  SHW-H

 Shwetha E George

 Hazaar Maarya

 DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  SHW-P

 Shwetha

 Panna

 Tumbi, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  SWE-H

 Swetha

 Hiding the money

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  TAN-B

 TanyaVinitha

 bachelors and t python

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  TAN-J

 Tanya Munshi

 Jabu and the lion

 DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  TAN-J

 Tanya Munshi

 Story of a dam

 DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  TAN-K

 Tanya

 King of birds

 Tumbi, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  TAN-S

 Tanya Munshi

 Swineherd

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  VIN-K

 Vinitha

 krishna and the ducks

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  VIN-K

 Vinitha

 Mallika and the cobra

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  VIN-K

 Vinitha

 Living dreams

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  VIN-K

 Vinitha

 Little Tikri

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  VIN-U

 Vinitha

 Unni’s story

 Mango, DC Books, Bangalore

808.068  WIL-B

 Wilson, Jacqueline

 Bed and breakfast star

 Random House Books, London

822  IND-T

 Indira Parthasarathy

 Temple

 Rupa & Co, New Delhi

823  BLY-S

 Blyton, Enid

 Secret seven mystery

 Hodder & Stoughton, London

823  BON-O

 Bond, Ruskin, Ed.

 Once upon a time in the doon

 Rupa & Co, New Delhi

823  STI-C

 Stine, R.L.

 Creature Teacher

 Scholastic Inc, New York

8H3  ANJ-A

 Anjana Savi

 Abhisapt dev (h)

 Penguin Books India Ltd., New Delhi

8H3  MAR-P

 Martel, Yan

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 Penguin Books India Ltd., New Delhi

8H3  MRI-

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8H3  MRI-J

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8H3  NAN-E

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8H3  UDA-M

 Uday Prakash

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 Penguin Books India Ltd., New Delhi

909  KUN-P

 Kundra, Devinder Nath

 Pioneer refresher course in world history

 Dhanpati Rai & Co. Pvt. Ltd., Delhi

920.02  BHA-G

 Bharti, Jyotsna

 Great writers of the world

 Spider Books, Chennai

920.02  JYO-G

 Jyotsna Bharti

 Great Nobel laureates of the world

 Spider Books, Chennai

920.02  MOH-G

 Mohan G V K

 Great freedom fighters of the world

 Spider Books, Chennai

920.02  PAR-G

 Paramjit Arora

 Great leaders of the world

 Spider Books, Chennai

920.02  TOM-G

 Tomas, B J

 Great sports personalities of the world

 Spider Books, Chennai

921.1  HIT-T

 Hitchens, Christopher

 Thomas Paine’s rights of man

 Manjulal Publishing House Pvt Ltd, Bhopal

923.1  BHA-G

 Bharti, Jyotsna

 Great rulers of the world

 Spider Books, Chennai

923.9  LAT-G

 Lata Karthikeyan

 Great explorers of the world

 Spider Books, Chennai

925  MOH-G

 Mohan, G V K

 Great scientists of the world

 Spider Books, Chennai

927.96  COE-W

 Coe, Sebastian

 Winning mind: What it takes to become a true champion

 Headline Book Publishing, London

954  SCH-F

 Scharada Dubey

 First among equals: Presidents of India 1950 to present

 Westland books, Chennai

H  8H1  ASH-M

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 Yathra Books, New Delhi

H  8H1  NIR-P

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 Yathra Books, New Delhi

H  8H1.08  SAH-J

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 Yathra Books, New Delhi

H  8H3  AMA-C

 Amarendra Kumar

 Choondivala aur anya kahaniyam (m)

 Yathra Books, New Delhi

H  8H3  AMA-C

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 Chudivalala aur anya kahaniyam (h)

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H  8H3  AMR-S

 Amrithlal Vegra

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 Yathra Books, New Delhi

H  8H3  ANI-L

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 Penguin Books India Ltd., New Delhi

H  8H3  ARU-S

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 Yathra Books, New Delhi

H  8H3  ASH-Y

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H  8H3  BHA-V

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H  8H3  DOB-V

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 Yathra Books, New Delhi

H  8H3  GOU-6

 Gouda, Nilam Saran

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H  8H3  GUR-K

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 Penguin Books India Ltd., New Delhi

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 Yathra Books, New Delhi

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 Penguin Books India Ltd., New Delhi

H  8H3  JOG-N

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H  8H3  LAK-S

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H  8H3  LAK-S

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 Yathra Books, New Delhi

H  8H3  MAH-N

 Mahrothra, Deepthi Priya

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H  8H3  MAM-D

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H  8H3  MAN-C

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H  8H3  MOH-C

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H  8H3  MOH-M

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 Yathra Books, New Delhi

H  8H3  MRI-S

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 Yathra Books, New Delhi

H  8H3  NJA-M

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 Yathra Books, New Delhi

H  8H3  RAJ-M

 Raji Seth

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 Yathra Books, New Delhi

H  8H3  SAN-A

 Sanjeev

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 Yathra Books, New Delhi

H  8H3  SUD-P

 Sudheesh Pachouri

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 Yathra Books, New Delhi

H  8H3  SWA-A

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 Yathra Books, New Delhi

H  8H3  UDA-A

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 Yathra Books, New Delhi

H  8H3  USH-B

 Usha Priyenvadha

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 Yathra Books, New Delhi

H  8H3  VRI-J

 Vrindavanlal Varma

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 Prabhat Prakashan, New Delhi

H  8H3  YAS-Y

 Yashpal

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 Yathra Books, New Delhi

H  8H3.08  CHO-N

 Choudhari Jiya Imam

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 Penguin Books India Ltd., New Delhi

H  8H3.09  BHI-A.1

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 Rajkamal Prakashan, New Delhi

H  8H3.09  NAM-A.2

 Namavar Singh

 Adhunik Hindi upanyas, Bhag2 (h)

 Rajkamal Prakashan, New Delhi

H  8H4  IRA-I

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 Yathra Books, New Delhi

H  8H4  KUM-J

 Kumidhini Pathi, Tr.

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H  8H4  LEE-K

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 Yathra Books, New Delhi

H  8H4  MAN-E

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 Yathra Books, New Delhi

H  8H4  NAR-B

 Narayana Murthi, N R

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 Yathra Books, New Delhi

H  8H4  RAV-B

 Raveendra Jogi, Chethavathi

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 Yathra Books, New Delhi

H  8H4  SAT-E

 Satheeshadath Pandey

 Ek bhooth aur dho swapnom ka rahatsya (h)

 Yathra Pushthak, New Delhi

H  8H4  SUD-H

 Sudheer Kakkar; Kaidharina Kakkar

 Ham hindusthani: Bharatheeyatha ki vasthavik pahchan (h)

 Yathra Books, New Delhi

H  8H4  SUK-M

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 Mahanagar: Bambai ki thalash (h)

 Yathra Books, New Delhi

H  8H4  VAR-N

 Varma, Shyamaji Gokul

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 Vidya Vihar, New Delhi

H  8U3  JOG-N

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 Yathra Books, New Delhi

H  910  MRI-K

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H  920  ZIA-N

 Zia Imam, Choudhary

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 Yathra Books, New Delhi

H  921.854  SAN-V

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 Penguin Books India Ltd., New Delhi

H  923.254  GUP-A

 Gupta, Subhadra Sen

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 Yathra Books, New Delhi

H  923.254  GUP-A

 Gupta, Subhadra Sen

 Azadi ke mathvale bharath ke swathanthratha senani (h)

 Yathra Books, New Delhi

H  928.H  AMR-U

 Uma Trilok

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 Yathra Books, New Delhi

H  954  IFT-J

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 Penguin Books India Ltd., New Delhi

M  181.4  SUK-T

 Sukumar, Azheekode

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 D C Books, Kottayam

M  4M5  RAM-S

 Ramachandran Nair, Panmana

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 Current Books, Kottayam

M  793.3  SAN-K

 Sanil P Thomas

 Kuttikkalikal (m)

 D C Books, Kottayam

M  8M0  AKB-A

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 Mathrubhumi Printing & Publishing Co., Kozhikode

M  8M0  BAL-C

 Balachandran, Chullikkad

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 D C Books, Kottayam

M  8M0  ROS-E

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 D C Books, Kottayam

M  8M1  KUR-S

 Kurup, O N V

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 D  C Books, Kottayam

M  8M1  KUR-V

 Kurup, O N V

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 D C Books, Kottayam

M  8M1  N N-S

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 Mathrubhumi Printing & Publishing Co., Kozhikode

M  8M1  VIJ-V

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 D C Books, Kottayam

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 Kurup, O N V

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 D C Books, Kottayam

M  8M1.08  SRE-K

 Sreekumar, Kureepuzha

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 D C Books, Kottayam

M  8M1.08  SUG-A

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 D C Books, Kottayam

M  8M3  ANA-M

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 D C Books, Kottayam

M  8M3  BAL-A

 Balakrishnan, C V

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 D C Books, Kottayam

M  8M3  JAM-P

 James, V J

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 D C Books, Kottayam

M  8M3  KOV-T

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 Current Books, Thrissur

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 D C Books, Kottayam

M  8M3  MOH-I

 Mohanan, N

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M  8M3  MUK-D

 Mukundan, M

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 D C Books, Kottayam

M  8M3  RAM-F

 Ramakrishnan, T D

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 D C Books, Kottayam

M  8M3  RAM-J

 Ramanunni, K P

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 D C Books, Kottayam

M  8M3  RAM-R

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 D C Books, Kottayam

M  8M3  RAM-Y

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 D C Books, Kottayam

M  8M3  SAR-A

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M  8M3  SAR-O

 Sarah Joseph

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 Shereef, K; Muraleedharan, K P

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 Mathrubhumi Printing & Publishing Co., Kozhikode

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 Sreedharan, Perumpadavom

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 Subhash Chandran

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 D C Books, Kottayam

M  8M3  SUK-J

 Sukumaran, M

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 H & C Publishing House, Thrissur

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M  8M3  VIJ-P

 Vijayan, O V

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 D C Books, Kottayam

M  8M3  ZUH-I

 Zuhara, B M

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 Chintha Publishers, TVPM

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 Narayana Pillai, M P

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 D C Books, Kottayam

M  8M3.01  SET-E

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 H & C Publishing House

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 Shihabudheen, Poythumkadavu

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 Poorna Publications, Kozhikode

M  8M3.01  VAS-N

 Vasudevan Nair, M T

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 D C Books, Kottayam

M  8M4  VEE-B7

 Veerendrakumar, M P

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 Mathrubhumi Printing & Publishing Co., Kozhikode

M  920  SRE-V

 Sreeraman, V K

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 D C Books, Kottayam

R  001  KRI-A

 Krishna Kumar, S

 Addone super brain essential knowledge for all

 Addone Publishing Group, TVPM

R  001  KRI-B

 Krishna Kumar. S, Ed.

 Big book of talent

 Addone, Thiruvananthapuram

R  001.076  MUH-H3

 Muhamed Muneer, et al.

 How to prepare for the CAT

 TATA McGraw-Hill Publishing Co. Ltd., New Delhi

R  030  ARV-D

 Arvidssen, Roland, Ed.; Hilden, Katri, Ed.

 Dateline: A day-by-day guide to people, places, and events

 Gordon Cheers, Australia

R  030  BAI-K

 Baines, Francesca, Ed.

 Know it all

 Dorling Kindersley, New Delhi

R  030  BRY-R

 Bryson, Bill

 Really short history of nearly everything

 Corgi Books, Britain

R  030  LEV-B

 Levy, Michael, Ed.

 Brtannica Illustrated Science Library: Fish and amphibians

 Encyclopaedia Britanica Inc., London

R  030  LEV-E

 Levy, Michael, Ed.

 Brtannica Illustrated Science Library: Energy and movement

 Encyclopaedia Britanica Inc., London

R  030  LEV-H

 Levy, Michael, Ed.

 Human body II

 Encyclopaedia Britannica Inc., Chicago

R  030  LEV-H

 Levy, Michael, Ed.

 Human body I

 Encyclopaedia Britannica Inc., Chicago

R  030  LEV-M

 Levy, Michael, Ed.

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 Encyclopaedia Britannica Inc., Chicago

R  030  LEV-P

 Levy, Michael, Ed.

 Brtannica Illustrated Science Library:Plant, algae,and fungi

 Encyclopaedia Britanica Inc., London

R  030  LEV-R

 Levy, Michael, Ed.

 Reptiles and dinosaurs

 Encyclopaedia Britannica Inc., Chicago

R  030  LEV-S

 Levy, Michael, Ed.

 Space exploration

 Encyclopaedia Britannica Inc., Chicago

R  030  LEV-T

 Levy, Michael, Ed.

 Technology

 Encyclopaedia Britannica Inc., Chicago

R  030  LEV-U

 Levy, Michael, Ed.

 Brtannica Illustrated Science Library: Universe

 Encyclopaedia Britanica Inc., London

R  030  LEV-V

 Levy, Michael, Ed.

 Volcanoes and earthquakes

 Encyclopaedia Britannica Inc., Chicago

R  306.0954  SUR-T

 Surendra Sahai

 Temples of south India

 Prakash Books, India Ltd., New Delhi

R  422.03  SPE-O

 Speake, Jennifer, Ed.

 Oxford dictionary of proverbs

 Oxford University Press, Delhi

R  423  EDM-O

 Edmonds, David, Ed.

 Oxford reverse dictionary

 Oxford University Press, New  Delhi

R  423  SOA-P

 Soanes, Catherine

 Paperback oxford English dictionary

 Oxford University Press, New  Delhi

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 Baby Thomas, et al.

 Sentence dictionary

 Addone Publishing Group, Trivandrum

R  423.1  CHA-A

 Chandran, V V S, et al.

 Addone children’s international five star dictionary

 Addone Publishing Group, TVPM

R  423.1  OXF

 

 Oxford dictionary of synonyms and antonyms

 Oxford University Press, New  Delhi

R  500  STE-D

 Steer, Mark, et al

 Defining moments in science

 Cassell & Co., London

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 Priya Mohan K, et al.

 Book of formulae: Formulae and definitions

 Addone Publishing Group, Trivandrum

R  500.5  STO-S

 Stott, Carole, et al.

 Space: From earth to the edge of the universe

 Dorling Kindersley, New Delhi

R  510.03  SUD-A

 Sudheesh Chandran, V S

 Addone mathematics rank scorer: Mathematics encyclopaedia with all kinds of formulae and tables

 Addone Publishing Group, TVPM

R  820.3  BIR-O7

 Birch, Dinah, Ed.

 Oxford companion to English literature

 Oxford University Press, Oxford

R  825  EMM-5

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R  909  PEM-M

 Pemberton, John

 Myths and legends from cherokee dances to voodoo trances

 Canary Presss, East Sussex

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 Baran, Stanley J

 Introducation to mass communication: Media literacy and culture

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 Nagini, S

 Dictionary of biochemistry, biotechnology and bioinformatics

 Scitech Publications, Chennai

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 Social science, Part1: Textbook in history for class10

 National Council of Educational Research and Training, New Delhi

T  320  NCE-D.10.2

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 Social Science, Democratic politics II: Textbook in Political Science for class X

 National Council of Educational Research & Training, New Delhi

T  420.7  NCE-M.02.2

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 Marigold, Book2: Textbook in English for class02

 National Council of Educational Research & Training, New Delhi

T  420.7  NCE-M.04.4

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 Marigold, Book4: Textbook in English for class IV

 National Council of Educational Research & Training, New Delhi

T  600  PAN-S.08

 Pant, K M, et al.

 Science and technology: Textbook for class VIII

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 Interact in English: Literature Reader – A textbook for English Course (Communicative) Class X

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 Interact in English: Literature Reader – A textbook for English Course (Communicative) Class X

 Central Borad of Secondary Education, New Delhi

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 CBSE

 Interact in English: Literature Reader – A textbook for English Course (Communicative) Class X

 Central Borad of Secondary Education, New Delhi

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 CBSE

 Interact in English: Literature Reader – A textbook for English Course (Communicative) Class X

 Central Borad of Secondary Education, New Delhi

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 CBSE

 Interact in English: Literature Reader – A textbook for English Course (Communicative) Class X

 Central Borad of Secondary Education, New Delhi

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 CBSE

 Interact in English: Literature Reader – A textbook for English Course (Communicative) Class X

 Central Borad of Secondary Education, New Delhi

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 CBSE

 Interact in English: Literature Reader – A textbook for English Course (Communicative) Class X

 Central Borad of Secondary Education, New Delhi

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 CBSE

 Interact in English: Literature Reader – A textbook for English Course (Communicative) Class X

 Central Borad of Secondary Education, New Delhi

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 CBSE

 Interact in English: Literature Reader – A textbook for English Course (Communicative) Class X

 Central Borad of Secondary Education, New Delhi

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 Interact in English: Literature Reader – A textbook for English Course (Communicative) Class X

 Central Borad of Secondary Education, New Delhi

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 Interact in English: Literature Reader – A textbook for English Course (Communicative) Class09

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“Read and think”, Gireesh Puliyoor

Effective reading should be followed by thinking which leads to develop one’s creativity, said Gireesh Puliyoor, poet and children’s writer. He was inaugurating the Reader’s Club activities for the new academic session at Kendriya Vidyalaya Pattom on 10 August 2011.  He cited  the examples of prophet Muhammad and ancient Indian munis/seers who gave utmost importance to reading and knowledge seeking. Excessive reading/over reading may also be avoided since it develops inaction/laziness, he urged. Later Puliyoor recited own poems and interacted with the students.

Shri. C.P.Kumaran, Principal welcomed the gathering and Ms. Nazrine delivered the vote of thanks. Mr. S.L.Faisal, Librarian was also present.

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Welcome: Shri. C.P.Kumaran, Principal

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Shri. Gireesh Puliyoor

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Shri. Gireesh Puliyoor, poet and children’s writer inaugurating the Reader’s Club, 2011-‘12

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Shri. Gireesh Puliyoor reciting his own poems.

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I have a question: Interactive session with the poet

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Ms. Zarine presenting the yearly plan of the Club activities

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Vote of thanks: Ms. Nazrine

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Harry Potter celebrations in the News

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The Deccan Chronicle, 9 August 2011

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Reader’s Club inauguration Poster

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