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CBSE advised schools to celebrate National Reading Day virtually

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CBSE advised schools to celebrate National Reading Day virtually

On June 19, CBSE will celebrate Reading Day with a focus on reading using technology. The 25th National Reading Day will be celebrated on June 19, and next week both Reading Week and Reading Month will be celebrated from June 19 to July 18, 2020.

National Reading Day is celebrated in honor of the father of the “library movement in Kerala”, the late PN Panicker, whose death anniversary falls on June 19.

The PN Panicaker Foundation collaborated with the government on reading-related activities (online) after COVID-19.

Some of the activities offered by the foundation include Digital Reading Pledge, a webinar on the importance of reading, a digital library and intellectual property rights, etc.

A quiz, open art and essay / debate competition was offered to students, and a quiz and video book competition was offered to teachers.

Those interested can find out more information about the competition on the official website of the PN Panicker Foundation.

This year CBSE asked all schools to celebrate Reading Day, Reading Week and Reading Month virtually.

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Library movement in Kerala
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