Learning Resource Centre (Library) @ Kendriya Vidyalaya, Madurai

Icon

Any Time Any Where Information 4U

MINUTES OF READERS CLUB PROGRAMME – 28/01/2012

READERS CLUB

 MINUTES OF THE PROGRAMME HELD ON 28/01/2012

 1.The programme was compered by Deepu Vijay of Class IX

2.The welcome address was given by K P Meenakshi- Club President

3.I am Brahma – Javed Jaffer of Julian Group Group delivered a talk on ‘ Robert Frost’

4.This book at my 900 – Nagaran of Class IX from Jackie Chan Group presented a book review on ‘Harry Potter Series ’.

5.I am What I Am – Pooja of Tenali Ramam Group shared her experiences on ‘the world of blissful books’.

6.Quizzopathy – Gomathinathan of Class IX – Suppandi Group – conducted a quiz on books and authors

7.Spread the light – Vishnuprasad of Class X D delivered ‘ Mark Antony’s Speech’.

8.In the special programme, one minute talks were held. Members presented their one minute talks on vaious topics like my favourite actress, my father, my newest frient, what to do with the monthly salary of Rs.5 lakhs, i i were the convener of the club, maths, the thing i want to forget in my life etc. 9.Pooja of Class VIII and Deepu Vijay of Class IX were adjudged as the best one minute speakers.

9.The convener gave his moral education talk on ‘Introspection’

10.Vote of thanks was proposed by Akssar, X D, Club Secretary

Advertisements

Filed under: Readers Club, , , , , ,

Readers Club Programme on 4/2/2012

Readers Club Programme on 4/2/2012

ENDRIYA VIDYALAYA, NARIMEDU, MADURAI

 

READERS CLUB

 

BOOK:2                                                               CHAPTER:5

 

DATE: 04/02/2012                TIME:2:45 PM TO 3:30 PM

 

VENUE:LIBRARY HALL

 

 

PROGRAMME SHEET

 

 

v  SILENT PRAYER

v  WELCOME BY THE VICE PRESIDENT

v  PROGRAMME BY THE GROUPS

◦THIS BOOK AT MY 900– BY ROBERT LANGDON GROUP
◦I AM A BRAHMA – BY SUPPANDI GROUP
◦QUIZZOPATHI– BY JULIAN GROUP
◦WHAT AN IDEA SIRJI? OR I AM WHAT I AM – BY JACKIE CHAN GROUP
◦SPREAD THE LIGHT – BY TENALI RAMAN GROUP
v  SPECIAL PROGRAMME – ‘JOKE ‘O JOKE ’ (Each one make others laugh once)

v  A WORD FROM THE CONVENER
 
v  VOTE OF THANKS BY THE JOINT SECRETARY

NB: COMPERING AND MINUTES PREPARATION BY ROBERT LANGDON ROUP

 

READ TO LEAD; LEAD TO READ

K.RAMASAMY

CONVENER

 

Filed under: Readers Club, , , , ,

Martyrs Days, Jan. 30

Martyrs’ Day, Jan. 2012

Martyrs’ Day marks the death anniversary of the father of nation, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, who was assassinated on Jan 30, 1948, by Nathuram Godse. Godse held Gandhi responsible for the partition of India thus he shot Gandhiji. For this evil deed Godse was hanged on November 15, 1949.

Originally the martyrdom of the soldiers while defending the sovereignty of the country during the freedom struggle was remembered on Republic Day, January 26, gave way to Jan 30.

On this day not only Prime Minister and chiefs of the armed forces salute the martyrs at India Gate but also common men show their gratitude towards them by giving up their normal activities for some time and observing silence for 2 minutes.

Sirens are blown at every government establishment around 11 am. At that time everyone, be it in industrial units or government offices even the
commoners stop their work and observe silence for two minutes as a remembrance of the martyred souls. The siren again blows after two minutes, i.e. around 11.02 am allowing resuming work.

The day sees the triumphant celebrations, showcasing the latest weapon achievement and advertising military might.

The followers of Mahatma Gandhi worship him and quote- He is the greatest human being so far appeared on this earth. Bapu is a symbol of virtues and greatness. This man lived the life of a saint.

His status of Father of the Nation cannot be challenged as the political party led by him enjoyed full monopoly after independence. He believed in antiviolent ideologies. Gandhi and his followers played a significant role in ousting British.

January, 30 is a Martyrs’ day to remember the freedom fighters of our country, wheras January 25, is considered as a Martyrs’ day to remember those who lost their lives in the Anti-Hindi agitations during 1937-38 and 1965.

 

Filed under: Celebrations in KVS, , ,

Martyrs Day Jan. 30, 2012

Martyrs’ Day, Jan. 30

Martyrs’ Day marks the death anniversary of the father of nation, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, who was assassinated on Jan 30, 1948, by Nathuram Godse. Godse held Gandhi responsible for the partition of India thus he shot Gandhiji. For this evil deed Godse was hanged on November 15, 1949.

Originally the martyrdom of the soldiers while defending the sovereignty of the country during the freedom struggle was remembered on Republic Day, January 26, gave way to Jan 30.

On this day not only Prime Minister and chiefs of the armed forces salute the martyrs at India Gate but also common men show their gratitude towards them by giving up their normal activities for some time and observing silence for 2 minutes.

Sirens are blown at every government establishment around 11 am. At that time everyone, be it in industrial units or government offices even the
commoners stop their work and observe silence for two minutes as a remembrance of the martyred souls. The siren again blows after two minutes, i.e. around 11.02 am allowing resuming work.

The day sees the triumphant celebrations, showcasing the latest weapon achievement and advertising military might.

The followers of Mahatma Gandhi worship him and quote- He is the greatest human being so far appeared on this earth. Bapu is a symbol of virtues and greatness. This man lived the life of a saint.

His status of Father of the Nation cannot be challenged as the political party led by him enjoyed full monopoly after independence. He believed in antiviolent ideologies. Gandhi and his followers played a significant role in ousting British.

January, 30 is a Martyrs’ day to remember the freedom fighters of our country, wheras January 25, is considered as a Martyrs’ day to remember those who lost their lives in the Anti-Hindi agitations during 1937-38 and 1965.

 

Filed under: Celebrations in KVS, , ,

Readers Club Programme 28/1/2012

Readers Club Programme on 28/1/2012 : A photo Gallery

Filed under: Readers Club, , , ,

Creative New Year 2014

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 602 other followers

Happy New Year 2014

National Book Week, 14-20, Nov.2013

Happy Book Week , My dear Readers !!! Expand your horizon of knoweledge via books........all through.......always....all ways

National Book Week, Nov.14-20, 2013

National Book Week, 2013

Read this Blog in Hindi

Read this Blog in Tamil

National Book Day upto

World Book DayNovember 20th, 2013
Let this World Book Week bring more goodness in our library use habits !!!

New Arrivals

Del.icio.us Bookmarks

Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 602 other followers

RSS NDTV India News

  • An error has occurred; the feed is probably down. Try again later.

RSS Cricketnext

  • An error has occurred; the feed is probably down. Try again later.

RSS AAJ Tak

  • An error has occurred; the feed is probably down. Try again later.

RSS Blog for Scouts & Guides

  • Amendments made on 30/11/2014 – Guide Section
    Amendments made on 30/11/2014 – Guide Section Please click the following link to get amendments made in APRO III Guide section on 30/11/2014. APRO Part III – Guide Section Advertisements
  • Amendments made on 30/11/2014 – Scout Section
    Amendments made on 30/11/2014 – Scout Section Please click the following link to get the amendments made in APRO Part II – for scouts APRO Part II – Scout Section
  • E-Books on Compass
    Two books on Compass 1) js_s_map-and-compass 2) mapcompass
  • Scout Quizzzzzzzzzzzzz
    BADEN POWELL AND SCOUTING 1. Who is the founder of Scouting / Guiding? Lord Baden Powell of Gilwell. 2. Where was Baden-Powell born? When? In Gilwell, on Feb 22, 1857. 3. What the full name B.P? Robert Stephenson Smyth Baden-Powell. 4. Who was B.P’s mother? Daughter of the British Admiral W. T. Sonyth. 5. Who […]
  • Scout Quiz Questions 4 U
    Some Scout Quiz Questions to Ponder………. I Set 1. What was Baden-Powell’s Christian name? Robert Richard Rupert 2. In which year was B-P born? 1847 1857 1927 3. What was the name of the town in South Africa BP saved whilst in the Army? Mafeking Mafeprince Mafequeen 4. On his return to England, BP wrote […]