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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.


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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.

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‘Listen stories and learn how to write it’ from Mrs K.A. Beena

പ്രശസ്ത എഴുത്തുകാരി ശ്രീമതി കെ. എ. ബീന കഥ പറയുന്നു, കഥയെഴുത്തിനെക്കുറിച്ചു സംസാരിക്കുന്നു.

സെപ്റ്റംബർ 26, 2020, വൈകുന്നേരം 5 മണിക്ക് Joining Link:

Join by 4.30pm using your School email id.

പത്രപ്രവര്‍ത്തനത്തിലും ഇംഗ്ലീഷ് സാഹിത്യത്തിലും ബിരുദാനന്തര ബിരുദം. കേരളകൗമുദി, കലാകൗമുദി വിമന്‍സ് മാഗസിന്‍, ഗൃഹലക്ഷ്മി തുടങ്ങിയ പ്രസിദ്ധീകരണങ്ങളില്‍ പ്രവര്‍ത്തിച്ചു. 1991 ല്‍ ഇന്ത്യന്‍ ഇന്‍ഫര്‍മേഷന്‍ സര്‍വ്വീസില്‍ ചേര്‍ന്നു. ഡയറക്ടറേറ്റ് ഒഫ് അഡ്‌വര്‍ടൈസിംഗ് ആന്റ് വിഷ്വല്‍ പബ്ലിസിറ്റി (ഡി.എ.വി.പി), പ്രസ് ഇന്‍ഫര്‍മേഷന്‍ ബ്യൂറോയുടെ തിരുവനന്തപുരം, ഗുവാഹത്തി ഓഫീസുകളില്‍ പ്രവര്‍ത്തിച്ചിട്ടുണ്ട്. ആകാശവാണി യിലും ദൂരദര്‍ശനിലും ന്യൂസ് എഡിറ്ററായിരുന്നു. ഇപ്പോള്‍ എറണാകുളം ഫീല്‍ഡ് ഔട്ട് റീച്ച് ബ്യൂറോയില്‍ പ്രവര്‍ത്തിക്കുന്നു. ആനുകാലികങ്ങളില്‍ കോളങ്ങളും കഥകളും, ലേഖനങ്ങളും എഴുതുന്നു. സ്‌കൂള്‍ വിദ്യാര്‍ത്ഥിനിയായിരിക്കുമ്പോള്‍ നടത്തിയ റഷ്യന്‍ പര്യടനത്തെ ആസ്പദമാക്കി 1981-ല്‍ പ്രസിദ്ധീകരിച്ച ‘ബീന കണ്ട റഷ്യ’ ആണ് ആദ്യ പുസ്തകം. ബ്രഹ്മപുത്രയിലെ വീട് , ചുവടുകള്‍, നദി തിന്നുന്ന ദ്വീപ്, ബഷീര്‍ എന്ന അനുഗ്രഹം , ബഷീറിന്റെ കത്തുകള്‍ , ഡേറ്റ്‌ലൈന്‍-ചരിത്രത്തെ ചിറകിലേറ്റിയവര്‍ ,റേഡിയോ കഥയും കലയും , കൗമാരം കടന്നു വരുന്നത് , ശീതനിദ്ര , കഥകള്‍, അമ്മമാര്‍ അറിയാത്തത് , അമ്മക്കുട്ടിയുടെ ലോകം ,അമ്മക്കുട്ടിയുടെ സ്‌ക്കൂളില്‍ ,അമ്മക്കുട്ടിയുടെ അത്ഭുതങ്ങള്‍ , പെരുമഴയത്ത്, അതിര്‍ത്തിയുടെ അതിര്, കുട്ടിക്കാലം എന്നിവയാണ് പ്രധാന കൃതികള്‍. ബ്രഹ്മപുത്രയിലെ വീട് Magic of Brahmaputhra എന്ന പേരില്‍ ഇംഗ്‌ളീഷില്‍ പ്രസിദ്ധീകരിച്ചിട്ടുണ്ട്.

പത്രപ്രവര്‍ത്തനത്തിനുള്ള വി കെ മാധവന്‍കുട്ടി അവാര്‍ഡ്, ലാഡ്‌ലി മീഡീയ പ്രാദേശിക , ദേശീയ അവാര്‍ഡുകള്‍ , രാജലക്ഷ്മി പുരസ്‌കാരം തുടങ്ങി നിരവധി അംഗീകാരങ്ങള്‍ ലഭിച്ചിട്ടുണ്ട്.

Meet the Author: Mrs K. A. Beena

Malayalam writer K. A. Beena (കെ.എ.ബീന) is an Indian author, journalist and columnist who writes in Malayalam. She started her career as a journalist for Kerala Kaumudi publications and later worked for Mathrubhumi Publications. In 1991, she joined the Indian Information Service, for the government of India. She has published 28 books including travelogues, short story collections, novels for children, collection of essays, memoirs and media-related books. In 2014 and 2016, Beena received the regional and national Laadli Media Award.She received V.K. Madhavan kutty journalism award in 2016. Along with her written works, Beena regularly contributes columns in leading publications. Beena started writing in her early school days. Beena’s first book Beena Kanda Russia, a travelogue, was written at the age of 13. The book recounts her experiences of attending the International Children’s camp at Artek, in the Ukrainian SSR, in 1977. In 1987, she became the assistant editor for the Kerala Kaumudi women’s magazine and moved to the Gruhalekshmi Mathrubhumy Group of Publications in 1989. In 1991, she joined the Indian Information Service for the Government of India and has worked as the news editor of All India Radio and Doordarshan. She also worked in the Press Information Bureau and Directorate of Advertisement and Visual Publicity. Beena is a regular columnist in many Malayalam publications. Her columns in the Kerala Kaumudi daily Adayalangal, the Mathrubhumi online Akakazcha, the Manorama online Vakkukalkappuram and the Deshabhimani weekly Vazhivilakku were widely acclaimed. She has also contributed columns to the Deshabhimani daily, Malayalam news, Vanitha, Kanyaka.

During the last 35 years, there have been numerous editions of Beena Kanda Russia. In 2015, it was republished. Her other noted work Brahmaputhrayile veedu is of her travel experiences in the North East[ambiguous]. Chuvadukal and Nadi Thinnunna Dweep are also here widely accepted travelogues. She travels to Indian villages and writes about the rural settings in many magazines. Presently[when?] working as assistant director, Directorate of Field Publicity, Ernakulam. Her book on the legendary writer Vaikom Muhammed Basheer, Basheer Enna Anugraham, is a memoir and tribute to the writer. The book reveals an unusual friendship between them. Beena’s novels for children, Ammakkuttiyude Lokam and Ammakkuttiyude School are widely read. Perumazhayath is her nostalgic memories of her friends. Sheethanidra and Kaumaram Kadannu Varunnathu are short story collections. Radio Kathayum Kalayum is the book on the history of radio broadcasting in Malayalam. Date line – Charithathe Chirakilettiyavar is the life sketches of 17 veteran journalists of Kerala. BIBLIOGRAPHY Travelogues Beena Kanda Russia, Brahmaputhrayile Veedu, Chuvadukal, Nadi Thinnunna Dweep Short stories Kaumaram Kadannu Varunnathu, Sheethanidra. Kadhakal Children’s literature Ammakkuttiyude Lokam, Ammakkuttiyude School, Ammkkuttiyude Athbhuthangal, Madhyamangalkku Parayanullathu Memoirs Basheer Enna Anugraham, Basheerinte Kathukal, Perumazhayath, Athirthiyude Athiru, Kuttikkalam Media Radio Kathayum Kalayum, Dateline – Charithrathe Chirakilettiyuavar, Varthakal Report Cheyyunathu Collection of essays Bhoothakkannadi, Ammamar Ariyathathu, Kadannal,Ethanu Sanittari Padinte Anthima Rahasyam.


Laadli Media Award 2014 and 2016 (online and print), Regional and National Awards instituted by United Nations Population Fund and Population First, Mumbai. V.K. Madhavankutty award for print media, 2016 Sheela Teacher award for socially committed journalism work, 2019 Akashavani National Awards for best script, 2010 Rajalekshmy Award for literary contribution, 2015

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National Library Week 2019

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‘Meet the Poet’ with Nayanathara

Ms Nayanathara, English poet and artist interacted with the members of Readers’ Club of Kendriya Vidyalaya Pattom at the ‘Meet the Poet’ programme organized in connection with the National Reading Month. In her speech, she stressed upon the importance of reading to become a good writer. Ms Nayanathara recited poems from her latest book ‘The Children of the white God’. The students of KV Pattom presented own poems that was followed by a discussion.

Shri R. John, in-charge Principal, KV Pattom presided over the programme. Smt L. Jayalakshmi, English Teacher, welcomed the gathering, while S. L. Faisal, Librarian proposed the vote of thanks.

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Readers’ Club Annual Activity Plan 2016-’17

Readers’ Club: Annual Activity Plan 2016-’17

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‘Meet the Author’ with Khyrunnisa A.

Ms Khyrunnisa A., Children’s Writer and Columnist interacted with the Readers’ Club members of KV Pattom during the ‘Meet the Author’ session organized in the Library on 21 January 2016.

Ms Khyrunnisa distributed prizes to the winners of various competitions. She also inaugurated a Two Day Book Fair organized in collaboration with M/s Scholastic Intl and TBS Publishers.

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‘Meet the Author’ with Khyrunnisa A. on 21 January 2016

Smt Khyrunnisa A., well known children’s writer and columnist will interact with the students of KV Pattom on 21 January 2016 at 7.00 am under the ‘Meet the Author’ series organized by the Library.

Smt. Khyrunnisa will inaugurate a two day book fair organized in the campus in collaboration with M/s Scholastic Intl and TBS Books, Trivandrum. She will also present certificates and prizes to winners of various literary competitions.

Khyrunnisa A with Works

Khyrunnisa A., prize-winning author of children’s fiction, loves reading, writing, arithmetic and children. She created the popular comic character Butterfingers for the children’s magazine, Tinkle and her Butterfingers stories appear in that magazine. The Butterfingers series of books, published by Penguin (Puffin), began in 2010 withHowzzat Butterfingers!, her first children’s novel. It was followed byGoal, Butterfingers! in 2012 and Clean Bowled, Butterfingers! in 2015. A book of her short stories, Lost in Ooty and Other Adventure Stories, was published by Unisun Publications in 2010.

Her stories appear in Tinkle, Dimdima and other children’s magazines and she freelances for other publications too. Some of her stories, for children and for adults, have been published in various anthologies by Penguin(Puffin), Children’s Book Trust and Unisun Publications.

She worked as Associate Professor of English at All Saints’ College, Trivandrum, and is now a full-time writer.

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Readers’ Club Annual Activity Plan 2015-’16

Download the KV Pattom Reader’s Club Annual Activity Plan 2015-16

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Readers’ Club 2015-‘16: Office Bearers

President: Ms Chandana Hari, XI A

Secretary: Sruthi C., X D

Joint Secretary: Aravind Krishnan, IX C


Class Representatives

Class XI: Sruthi, XI C

Class X: Abhikrishna, X D

Class IX: Devika, IX D

Class VIII: Gayathri, VIII D

Class VII: Aishwarya, VII A

Class VI: Deepanwita, VI A

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World Book Day 2014: Jaishree Misra to interact with students at the ‘Meet the Author’ session

Jaishree Misra, well known author of seven best selling novels, the Ancient Promises, Rani, Afterwards, Secrets and Lies, Secrets and Sins, Scandalous secret, and Accidents like Love and Marriage, will interact with students of Kendriya Vidyalaya (KV) Pattom, on April 22 at 10.00 am at the ‘Meet the Author’ session, organized in connection with the World Book and Copyright Day 2014 and the Schools’ Golden jubilee Celebration.

Ms Misra will also open the 3 Day Golden Jubilee Children’s Book Fair, jointly organized in collaboration with M/s Scholastic India Inc.,. The Book Fair will end on April 24, 2014.

The formal inauguration of the activities of Readers’ Club will also be held at the function.

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Know more about Jaishree Misra

Author website



Jaishree Misra is an Indian author whose debut novel Ancient Promises was published and sold worldwide by Penguin UK and became a major bestseller in India. Subsequent books include Accidents Like Love and Marriage, Afterwards and The Little Book of Romance.

A historical novel based on the life of Rani Lakshmibai of Jhansi was published by Penguin in December 2007 and banned soon after by the Uttar Pradesh state government in India.

In 2009, Misra signed a three-book deal with Avon, the commercial fiction imprint of Harper Collins UK. The first of these books, called Secrets and Lies, was published in June 2009 while the next in the series, Secrets and Sins was released in July 2010. Secrets and Lies appeared on the Heatseekers list in Britain’s Bookseller magazine’s best-seller lists in the summer of 2009. The third book, A Scandalous Secret, was released in May 2011, at the Hay-on-Wye festival.

Jaishree Misra has an MA in English Literature from Kerala University and two post-graduate diplomas from the University of London, the first in Special Education and the second in Broadcast Journalism. She was awarded a scholarship by the Charles Wallace for India Trust in order to complete her course in Special Education.

Misra worked for several years in the Child Care Department of Social Services in Buckinghamshire and, more recently, as a film classifier at the British Board of Film Classification in London, England. She resigned at the end of 2009 after a seven year stint when she went to live in New Delhi, India, where she helped to start up a residential project for adults with learning disabilities. Currently, she lives with her family in Trivandrum, Kerala.

Jaishree is a regular on the literary festival circuit, having taken part in the Jaipur Literature Festival, the Daily Telegraph Hay-on-Wye Festival, the The Week Hay Festival in Kerala, the Kovalam Literature Festival, Words on Water in Johannesburg, South Africa and the Odisha literary festival in Bhubaneswar. She has also held events at the Frankfurt Book Fair and the Sharjah International Book Festival and been part of a panel discussion at the London Book Fair. She was invited by the Arts House in Singapore to conduct creative writing workshops for adults and schoolchildren. She recently inaugurated the Keraleeya Samajam Book Fair in Manama, Bahrain, and led the pledge for International Women’s Day at Technopark, Trivandrum.

Jaishree Misra is the great-niece of the late Thakazhi Sivasankara Pillai, famous Malayalam writer and Jnanpith awardee.

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Book Review Writing Contest: Winners

S. No. Position Name, Class & Division
1 I Nandana A. S., X D
2 II Rakshanya Sekar, X A
3 III Aathira Menon, X A
4 III Aravind S. Krishnan, IX B

Held on 3 Sept. 2013

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Harry Potter Birthday Celebrations 2013: Competitions


"I don’t go looking for trouble. Trouble usually finds me."


Organized by

The Library & Readers’ Club

27- 30 August 2013



Time & Venue

27th August 2013

Harry Potter Quiz

5th Period , Library

29th August 2013

Bookmark Designing

(Theme: Harry visits India)

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30th August 2013

My Favourite HP dialogue

and its impact on my Life

5th Period , Library

30th August 2013

My Least Favourite

HP Character & Why ?

5th Period , Library

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(I/C, Reader’s Club)

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Spot Poetry Writing Competition

S. No. Group Position Name, Class & Division
1 IX-XI I Rakshanya Sekar, X A
2   II Tanya Mathur, X D
3   III Nila Nair, IX C
4   III Ayisha Salim, X D
5 VI-VIII I Sneha Ravindran, VII D
6   II Gouri G. L., VII D
7   III Lakshmi R. J., VIII C

Held in connection with World Book and Copyright Day, April 2013

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Khyrunnisa delighted ‘Butterfingers’ at KV Pattom

The avid readers of Butterfinger stories had their moments of delight at Kendriya Vidyalaya Pattom on 14 February 2013 when the popular author of two well received children’s fiction books, Howzzat Butterfingers! and Goal Butterfingers!, Ms Khyrunnisa A., became the chief guest in the “Meet the Author” programme organized by the Readers’ Club.

Ms Khyrunnisa, in her address, urged children to read more to become great achievers in their life. She spoke about the impact of reading on deep learning and ask youngsters to reduce the time spend on gadgets which will decrease their physical activity and mental development.  She also talked about her favourite books and authors.

Students enjoyed the extracts Ms Khyrunnisa read out from her books. She told them the storyline and the incidents which lead her to write them. In the question-answer session, she detailed about her transformation to a full time writer from an occasional story teller on children’s magazines.

Ms Khyrunnisa presented prizes to the winners of competitions held in the Library.

Mrs B.S. Valsala Nair welcomed the gathering and introduced the author. Ms Rekha Rajan presented a memento to Ms Khyrunnisa where as Mr S.L.Faisal, Librarian (Shift-I) delivered the vote of thanks.


Welcome: Smt B.S.Valsala Nair, Principal, KV Pattom



Ms Khyrunnisa addressing the students













Ms Khyrunnisa reading extracts from her Books.







A question for you Mam.



Prizes for competition winners !









Ms Rekha Rajan, PGT (Eco) handing over a memento to Ms Khyrunnisa


Vote of thanks: S.L.Faisal, Librarian, KV Pattom (Shift-I)

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KV Pattom celebrated World Book Day

The World Book Day celebration at Kendriya Vidyalaya Pattom was inaugurated by Malayalam poet and lyricist Ezhachery Ramachandran. He spoke about the importance of active reading which enables one to know more about his culture and society. He also inaugurated the Reader’s Club activities of the school for the new session.

The day was celebrated by the Library Media Centre at KV Pattom with a variety of activities. Storytelling, book review writing and literary quiz competitions were held and the prizes to the winners were distributed at the function. A three day exhibition and sale of books was also organized in collaboration with Scholastic Publishing Co., in the school.

The meeting was chaired by C.P.Kumaran, Principal and attended by S.L.Faisal and B. Surendran, Librarians.

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Shri Ezhachery  Ramachandran, poet inaugurating the celebrations on 25 April 2012

Shri C.P. Kumaran, Principal, S.L.Faisal, B surendran, Librarians are also seen.

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WBD Competition winners

Storytelling Competition (19/04/2012)

S.No Position Name, Class & Div.
1 I Vishnu P.S., VIII A
2 II Athena K., VI B
3 II Kanchana M., VIII B
4 III Prarthana Manoj, VII D

Literary Quiz Competition (20/04/2012)

S.No Position Name, Class & Div.
1 I Nandana A.S., IX D
2 II Ayisha Salim, IX D
3 III Dariya S., XB
4 III Swetha Rajan, XB

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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.




Participants with the story teller Shri. Gireesh Puliyoor.







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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“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.




Welcome: Shri. C.P.Kumaran, Principal



Shri. Gireesh Puliyoor


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












Shri. Gireesh Puliyoor reciting his own poems.



I have a question: Interactive session with the poet



Ms. Zarine presenting the yearly plan of the Club activities



Vote of thanks: Ms. Nazrine

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Reading4Pleasure School 2020

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