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National Reading Day

"Reading is an exercise in empathy; an exercise in walking in someone else’s shoes for a while.”

Reading helps to develops our thinking capacity and gives important life lessons. Reading improve communication skills , molds personality and makes us better person.

We observed this day ,19th June as a " National Reading Day " the death anniversary of " Puthuvayil Narayana

Panicker". Puthuvayil Narayana Panicked, also known as "Father of the Library Movement "in the state of Kerala . The activities that he initiated triggered a popular cultural movement in Kerala which led to universal literacy in the state in the 1990s. He was an activist of the Kerala

Because of this, June 19, his death anniversary, has been observed in Kerala as Vayanadinam (Reading Day) since 1996. The Department of Education in Kerala also observes 'Vayana varam' (Reading Week) for a week from June 19 to 25. In addition, it was in 2017 that Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared June 19, Kerala's Reading Day, as National Reading Day in India. The following month is also observed as National Reading Month in India.

To Start Reading from early education this also enhances our creativity, improve memory, improve imaginary and active. Reading helps us to become a good writer and it gives us ideas and makes us creative.

" Today a reader , tomorrow a great leader " great words given by Margaret Fuller .

Reading is an active process of constructing meaning words.

Gajera Vidhyabhavan Sachin, celebrated 19th June as a " National Reading Day " . Educators informed and discussed with the students about this day and gave the importance of reading. The Students learned rapid with comprehension through the online class. And also learned to read story books , adventure books , autobiography book, etc. Our little Gajerians took the part in "Reading" to show their interest about how much they love to read.Even the all Educators of Gajera Vidyabhavan took the part in reading and read with great enthusiasm.

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