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What happened on March 23: Bhagat Singh was martyred, Hitler's rise to power became certain

Moments before being taken to the gallows, Singh was reading Reminiscences of Lenin, which is a memoir of Clara Zetkin, a German political activist

Published on 23rd March 2022
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Delhi plans to open schools in hybrid mode, colleges to go fully offline from February 7

Due to the closure of educational institutes, parents and teachers have witnessed a lack of social, reading and writing skills amongst students

Published on 4th February 2022
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CBSE Reading Mission 2021-2023: A webinar on Storytelling as a Pedagogy for teachers, coming right up 

The board had also announced that it will be providing quality reading material in Hindi and English to over 25,000 affiliated schools, especially for Classes I to VIII, as a part of the initiative

Published on 26th January 2022
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What The FAQ: Is the new IHU COVID-19 variant a point of concern yet?

The new strain was discovered in France in mid-November and seems to be spreading not as fast as the Omicron variant

Published on 5th January 2022
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News got you confused? This is how AP's Council for Higher Education is ensuring that students understand news articles

The Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education (APSCHE) has joined hands with EdTech start-up Reading Right to make this happen 

Published on 29th December 2021
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Amid pandemic, enrollment in government school rise by 5 per cent, dips by 4 per cent in private schools: ASER survey

Reading closely, it was noted that the share of children in government schools rose from 64.3 per cent in 2018 to 65.8 per cent in 2020 to 70.3 per cent in 2021

Published on 17th November 2021
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Children not sleeping well? This might affect their reading ability, says study

Children whose parents reported increased sleep-disordered breathing, daytime sleepiness and a short time to fall asleep had poorer performance on reading

Published on 6th November 2021
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Rural library in Tamil Nadu's Rajapalayam renovated, has over 14k books now 

This particular library which was inaugurated is located in a Municipality Women's Hostel in Rajapalayam, Sakkarajakottai

 

Published on 18th October 2021
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Demand to fill in vacant librarian posts in Kerala government schools intensifies, experts weigh in

Education experts have also suggested that reading is to be given top priority as students are returning to offline learning after a gap of 18 months

 

Published on 18th October 2021
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Nine-year-old boy to run 750 km from Kanniyakumari to Chennai to spread awareness about SDGs

During his entire journey, he will be spreading awareness about the SDG of the United Nations at various points on the entire stretch

Published on 2nd October 2021
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English Blues: The reading habit will hold your language skills in good stead

Numerous studies on the benefits of reading prove that reading helps readers develop their language
skills. They do not just learn the language but acquire it
 

Published on 27th September 2021
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This 24-year-old debuts as a writer with her poetry book that touches upon topics like mental health

Hyderabad-based Raywa Ravipati's book, Mirages of the Past, is a collection of poems ranging several topics and you will surely find many poems that resonate with you. Here's why you should pick it up

Published on 1st September 2021
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This publishing house in Hyderabad is rekindling the love for Telugu literature in kids. This is their story

A visit to Manchi Pustakam, a children's publishing house, could turn into a journey of exploring love of stories, the delight to be had in children's literature and reading in Telugu, for anyone

Published on 1st September 2021
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School initiates projects to help students overcome the blues of online classes

The school has also come up with and implemented the zero-period initiative, a digital lab to help them with experiments, a digital library to keep up their reading habits and mentoring programmes

Published on 30th August 2021
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Love for libraries: How two schoolmates from Kota are getting thousands of underprivileged Indian kids to fall in love with reading again

What happens when two school friends from Kota decide to transform the way kids study simply with their love for reading? We find out in conversation with Share a Book India Association

Published on 11th August 2021

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