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KV Pattom Library’s mobile interface launched

Now you can access KVPattom Library resources, services and updates 24×7 on your mobile phone.

The mobile interface of KV Pattom Library (KVPattom Library on Phone) has been launched on June 11, 2021.

Visit the library mobile page on your smart phone (or any other mobile device) and add the page on your mobile home screen. See the instructions.

Keep it there and click on it to visit your online library whenever you want (see the instructions).

It will act like a mobile app, but no need to install any software.

The mobile interface hosts all resources and services provided by the library. Also, there will be daily/weekly featured contents like, FaB book Talks, Books & Authors, Podcasts, websites and films.

Enjoy your library when you move. KVPattom Library, always with you.

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World Book & Copyright Day 2021

KV Pattom celebrates World Book and Copyright Day (WBCD) on April 23, 2021. An online book talk is organized in connection with the WBCD on the topic “10 Books to inspire” on April 23, 2021, at 6.00 pm. The programme is organized by the Library and Readers’ Clubs of KV Pattom.

Ms. Anjali Rajan Dileep, Storyteller & Founder, Apple Story Club, (popularly known as RJ Anjali on Club FM) will present 10 Books that will inspire students to face the challenges in these difficult times.

Registration is open to the students of Class 6-12 and teachers of KV Pattom (both shifts).

Know more about World Book & Copyright Day

23 April is a symbolic date for world literature. It is on this date in 1616 that Cervantes, Shakespeare and Inca Garcilaso de la Vega all died. It is also the date of birth or death of other prominent authors, such as Maurice Druon, Haldor K.Laxness, Vladimir Nabokov, Josep Pla and Manuel Mejía Vallejo.

It was a natural choice for UNESCO’s General Conference, held in Paris in 1995, to pay a world-wide tribute to books and authors on this date, encouraging everyone, and in particular young people, to discover the pleasure of reading and gain a renewed respect for the irreplaceable contributions of those, who have furthered the social and cultural progress of humanity. With this in mind, UNESCO created the World Book and Copyright Day. The Day is celebrated by a growing number of partners and since its launch has shown itself to be a great opportunity for reflection and information on a significant theme.

It is observed by millions of people in over 100 countries, in hundreds of voluntary organizations, schools, public bodies, professional groups and private businesses. In this lengthy period, World Book and Copyright Day has won over a considerable number of people from every continent and all cultural backgrounds to the cause of books and copyright. It has enabled them to discover, make the most of and explore in greater depth a multitude of aspects of the publishing world: books as vectors of values and knowledge, and depositories of the intangible heritage; books as windows onto the diversity of cultures and as tools for dialogue; books as sources of material wealth and copyright-protected works of creative artists. All of these aspects have been the subject of numerous awareness-raising and promotional initiatives that have had a genuine impact. There must nevertheless be no let-up in these efforts.

Since 2000, World Book and Copyright Day has inspired another initiative of professional organizations which receives the assistance of UNESCO and backing from States: World Book Capital City. Each year a city is chosen which undertakes to maintain, through its own initiatives, the impetus of the Day’s celebrations until 23 April of the following year. Almost all the regions of the world, in turn, have already been involved in this process, which thus transforms the celebration of books and copyright into a recurrent activity, extending still further the geographical and cultural influence of books.

Over recent years, the World Day has shown that it can be a potent symbol for the launch of major support operations, in particular in Latin America and Africa.


Filed under: Library activities, Reader's Club, WBCD

Khyrunnisa A. inaugurated National Library Week 2020

Ms Khyrunnisa A., famous author of children’s fiction and columnist inaugurated the National Library Week celebrations at Kendriya Vidyalaya Pattom on November 14, 2020.

Ms Khyrunnisa, the creator of popular Butterfingers Series of books interacted with children and answered their questions in a live online meet which was also streamed on YouTube.

Do you like to know more about the Author, visit

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Author Ambalika tells stories at KV Pattom

In connection with the National Library Week and Children’s Day celebrations, noted author Ms Ambalika will tell stories to children on a Live session on G-Meet and YouTube on November 17, 2020 at 5.00 pm. The G-Meet entry will be open for all Class 4 & 5 students.

Ms Ambalika, a former student of K.V. Pattom, is an engineering graduate and has completed her higher education in Communication Management & Entrepreneurship from MICA-The School of Ideas. She has worked as a Software engineer, Assistant Professor, Public Relations Executive, Corporate Trainer & Marketing Manager. Currently, she is working as a Content Manager for a leading MNC. 

She is also a story re-teller and author of three books- ‘You Adored, Me Ignored’, ‘The Joy of Being Jay’ & ‘A Letter for Gigglepot’. 

Ms Ambalika will re-tell Rabindranath Tagore’s ‘Kabuliwala‘ (Hindi) and Ruskin Bond’s ‘My Grandfather’s Pet'(English).

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International Literacy Day- Reading Week 2020: Virtual Book Fair, Meet the Author & Competitions

Kendriya Vidyalaya Pattom is celebrating the International Literacy Day & Reading Week from September 8-14, 2020.


In collaboration with M/s Scholastic Inc.

Date: Book Fair is open till 27 September 2020


Shri B. Murali, Malayalam Short story writer and Novelist

Know more about Shri B. Murali

Event Date & Timing: July 12, 2020 (Saturday); 4.00-5.00 pm
Platform: Google Meet


Winners will be presented with E-certificates. The selected entries will be shared on the Library Blog and other social media platforms of the school.

Last date for submissions: September 14, 2020

  1. Draw a Story (for class 3-5)
  2. Write a Story (for class 6-9)
    • How to participate?
      • Register Online
      • Write a Story on the ‘StoryWeaver’ story creation platform
      • How to write a story using ‘StoryWeaver’?
        • Visit
        • How to create a story on StoryWeaver? Tutorials
        • Read some of the stories available on the website to understand how they were written and designed.
        • Login with your Google GSuite email id
        • Click on ‘Create’ tab on the top menu
        • Select Language (English/Hindi/Malayalam)
        • Write a Title for your story
        • Select Reading Level 1/2/3/4 (according to the number of words and language structure)
        • Select Book orientation (Horizontal/vertical)
        • Start with image/start with words
        • Create the story. Preview and Publish it.
        • Maximum number of pages: 10 only
      • Share the story with OR whatsapp the link to 9447699724
      • Include your Name, Class & Division on the subject line
  3. Create an Audio Story (for class 10-12)

Last date for submission: September 14, 2020

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National Reading/Digital Reading Month 2020 Competitions: Register Now

KV Pattom Library celebrates National Reading/Digital Reading Month from 19 June 2020 to 18 July 2020.

What is National Reading Month?

The Library plans a number of events and competitions for students in connection with the month-long celebration. All competitions are conducted in online mode. Students and parents are requested to go through the details.

You may register for Competitions No. 2, 3, & 4 together in a form and for 1, 5, 6, & 7 separately.

Winners will be honoured with prizes and e-certificates.

For any further information you may WhatsApp at 9447699724 or mail at

Visit the Library NRM Wakelet here

Competition 1: ‘MY LOCKDOWN DIARY’– National Online Digital Journal Writing Competition

This National level online competition for school students is organized by School Library Association (India) aimed at developing their imagination, creativity and resilience during the challenging times of the prevailing pandemic.

What to Do:

The participants have to recordan account of their

daily life (including the period under lockdown) during the COVID-19 pandemic in the form of a Digital Diary. They may express their ideas, imagination or experiences in the form of any one or multiple creative formats including text (daily diary entries, stories, poems, notes, write-ups, travelogues) accompanied by photographs/pictures/drawings or videos.

Tool: Google Digital Journal

How to submit the journal: After creation, share the Digital Journal with your Librarian  at his/her email id. (

Who can participate: 

Categories: There will be five categories of participants

Category I: Class 1 Category II: Class 2 Category III: Classes 3-5 Category IV: Classes 6-8 Category V: Classes 9-12

Registration Fee: No registration fee.

How to participate: Register online at

Last date for registration: 26 June 2020

Last date for submission of entries: 10 July 2020


Competition 2: MY AUTHOR PADLET

What: Create a Padlet on your Favourite Author. Select your favourite author. Collect materials on or about him/her like notes, quotes, biography, images, website links, audio, videos, book extracts, book trailors, Book Talks, bibliography (list of books), profile, film/TV adaptations, reviews, quiz, drawings, paintings, etc.

Create a padlet.


Watch video on how to create a padlet

Sign up. Make your padlet on the author. The link of the completed padlet shall be shared with the email id:

Who can participate: Class 6-12

Online Registration

Last date for the submission of entries: 10 July 2020.


What: Have a storytime with your dearest Granma/Grandpa. Listen and record one of those beautiful stories.

It can be an audio story or a video story where you are sitting with your Grandma/Grandpa. You may record the video/audio with your mobile.

Send it by WhatsApp to 9447699724 or

by e-mail it to

Who can participate: Class 2-5

Online Registration

Last date for submission of entries: 10 July 2020

Competition: 4


What: Read a Book and Talk about it.

Read your favourite book and talk about it for one minute. You may introduce your self, show the book, say about the author and share your reading experience about the book (plot, storyline, characters, climax, recommendations, your rating, etc). Record the video using your mobile and mail it to

Who can participate: Class 6-12

Online Registration

Last date of submitting entries: 10 July 2020

For sample one minute Book Talks visit

Competition 5: ESSAY WRITING

This competition is conducted by P N Panicker Foundation.

The objective of essay writing competition is to give students the

opportunity demonstrate their reading, thinking and writing skills in a

well connected and compact manner.

Topics for Competition

Topic 1: My favourite leader

Topic 2: The book(s) I love to read

Topic 3: Usage of electronic devices for learning

Eligibility: Classes 6-12

Last Date for Registration: 04th July, 2020 (Upto 11:59PM)

Date of the Competition: 20th June to 06th July, 2020 (Upto 11:59PM)


Online Registration

Competition 6: OPEN ART

This competition is conducted by P N Panicker Foundation.

The objective of open art competition is to engage children in a creative exercise to express themselves, stimulate their creativity and innovative ideas through art.

Topic for the Competition

Topic 1: Compassion

Topic 2: Nature

Topic 3: Future of the World

Eligibility: Class I-XII

Last Date for Registration: 08th July, 2020 (Upto 11:59PM)

Date of the Competition: 24th June to 10th July, 2020 (Upto 11:59PM)


Online Registration

Competition 7: QUIZ TIME

This competition is conducted by P N Panicker Foundation.

The objective of quiz competition is to encourage students to look beyond their textual knowledge and establish a relationship between theory and application of the learnt concepts. It helps one in expanding their knowledge in general/ specific areas of study.

Topic for the Competition

General Knowledge, Science & Technology, Logical Reasoning, Current Affairs, Awareness on National Digital Library, etc.

Eligibility: Class 8-12

Date for Registration: 10th July, 2020 (Upto 11:59PM)

Date of the Competition: 27th June to 12th July, 2020 (Upto 11:59PM)


Online Registration

Filed under: Library activities, National Reading Month, Stay@Home Resources

“Imagine without limits and live your passion”- Archana Gopinath

“Imagine without limits and live your passion”, said Ms. Archana Gopinath, founder of The Reading Room . She was interacting with the students of KV Pattom in a session titled ‘Reading Rhetoric’, organized by the Readers’ Club, in connection with the National Library Week celebrations on 16 November 2019.


Ms. Archana, a civil engineer by profession, enumerated how a passion for books and reading made her choose a new career path through launching a children’s library ‘the Reading Room’ in Thiruvananthapuram that became a popular social space for everyone who loves books.

Mr. S.Ajayakumar welcomed Ms. Archana Gopinath while Ms. Samanwita, Secretary, Readers’ Club proposed the vote of thanks.

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Vinu Abraham inaugurated National Library Week 2019


Shri Vinu Abraham, famous Malayalam writer inaugurated the National Library Week celebrations of KV Pattom on 14 November 2019. In his speech, he recalled the research carried out by him for the film ‘Celluloid’, the real story of the first heroine of Malayalam film industry, and detailed the historical importance of the place where the school is now situated. Mr Vinu Abraham urged the students to use libraries effectively and make library visits a habit.

Shri S. Ajayakumar, Principal, presided over the function.

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National Library Week 2019

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Harry Potter Week 2019

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1. HP Fan Art competition; 20/08/2019

2. HP Quiz; 21/08/2019 (Team event;Categories,6-8 & 9-12)

3. HP Mono Act; 22/08/2019

To participate, register your names in the Library.

Filed under: Library activities, Snippets


Reading4Pleasure School 2020

Reading 4 Pleasure School 2020 Award


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Child Line (1098)

CHILDLINE 1098 service is a 24 hour free emergency phone outreach service for children in need of care and protection.

CBSE Toll Free Tele/Online Helpline

Students can call 1800 11 8002 from any part of the country. The operators will answer general queries and also connect them to the counselors for psychological counseling. The helpline will be operational from 08 a.m to 10 p.m. On-line counseling on:

Kendriya Vidyalaya (Shift-I)
Thiruvananthapuram-695 004
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