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Please support the rural government school students by gifting books. Since they are from a rural area and not economically strong to buy books, I thought of setting up a library to increase student's fluency, vocabulary, sentence construction, comprehending skill, and reading skills. "Books make great gifts because they have whole worlds inside of them and it’s much cheaper to buy somebody a book than it is to buy them the whole world!” As the quote says a book is the best thing to gift. HOPE FOR THE BEST! Thank you in advance.
Students from rural part of Mulshi,Velha & Khed block of Pune are eager to know about new things always.They love reading,story telling,performing drama based on the reading & more.Every year they are celebrating Marathi Rajbhasha Din (Marathi Language Day) & World Literacy Day with their seniors & subordinates.
I am working in a tribal Community in Udaipur where 300 first generation school goer students are striving to become readers for life. I have decided to start a library in the local school where they will have an opportunity to find a reader friendly environment an a place to discuss what they have read. Help the children to start a reading revolution in their community.
A reading campaign designed to enhance reading proficiency among grade 3rd and 4th students and building a culture of community reading.
We are two Teach for India fellows teaching at Shree Geeta Vidyalaya school in Govandi, Mumbai, which is a low-income private school. We believe that our children's future will not be determined by where they come from. We want all our children to have access to a library with quality books. . Join us in the journey to give them an excellent education that they deserve!
Manokmapurti Mandal is established in 2006 and working in rural areas for awareness of reading. Through this mandal we are trying to raise funds for establish 10 libraries in 10 Zilla Parishad School of rural area where libraries are very sick. In these libraries we wish to attract students for reading habits by organising different programs time to time.