Wednesday, 8 June 2016

“Reading maketh a man”- an insight into the habit of reading books.

“A book is a gift that one can open again and again”
                                                                                        -Garrison Keillor

Parents taking a look at  the wide range of literature in the Book Fair

Students buzzing the auditorium in the Book Fair

Students surfing the books in the Book Fair

Each time one reads a book , one is enlightened with new light of knowledge, new perspectives are developed. To encourage the students to turn on to the world of books and explore it, a Book Fair  was organized at Gwalior Glory High School by Scholastic India Private Limited. Browsing the wide range of books – students seemed to be very enthralled to include books in their collection from various publishers.

The first two days the students buzzed the auditorium where the wide range of books -  fiction, activity based, art and craft , sticker , 3 D  etc attracted the students . The concluding day was the turn for the students to surf the huge array with their parents who were very contented to see their children demanding for literature to read.

The institution regularly organizes many activities and events to motivate students to carry on with the inclination towards reading and has formed ‘Katha Club’ also in which learners get a chance to display their potential in creative writing.

“This year we will bring in more engaging activities for the students and give them a bigger platform to discover their latent talent in novelty” said the Principal while inaugurating the Book Fair.

The institution lays special emphasis on newspaper reading that keeps one abreast with the happenings all around, helping one to prepare for competitive exams and builds up confidence for public speaking and GD – PI for securing a place in esteemed institutes for professional studies.

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