Mobile Library Report

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The Capuchin Krshik Seva Kendra® working with Childfund India organized Mobile Library initiative on 2nd January to February 7th. The inauguration of the programme was done by Mr. Vasantha Bangera, MLA of Belthangady Taluka on 2nd January.  The purpose of the program was to create in the school going children a sense of reading and to develop reading skills. The schools which got the opportunity are mentioned below:

 Govt. U.G.P School Karnody, Laila, Govt. H.P School Padlady, Govt. H.P School Hokkila,Nada, Govt. U.G.P School Kanyady, Govt. L.P School Moodaibettu, Govt. H.P School Navoora, Child Resource  Centre Malebettu, Govt. High School Navoor, Govt. U.G. School Kallaje, Govt. H.P School Devanari, Indabettu, Govt. High School Bangady, Govt. U.G. School Killur, Govt. Primary School Plilichandy kallu, Govt. U.G School Koranja, Gerukatte, Govt. U.G School Koyyur Kasaba, Malebettu, Govt. Primary school koyyur temple, Govt. L.P School Unnalu, Govt. High School Koyyur Adurperal, Govt. L.P School Bajila, Govt. Higher Primary School Koyyur Adurperal, Govt. Higher Primary School Koyyur Adurperal, Govt. higher primary school perla baipady, Govt. Upgraded primary School Kolpady, Saraswathi aided Primary school Belalu, S.D.M. High School Belalu, Child resource Centre, Mura, Govt. H.P School Mayabelal, Govt. H.P School Periyadka, Govt. U.G.P School Badanaje, Govt. Primary School Dompadapalike, Govt. U.G.P School Guripalla, Govt. H.P School Kalmanja, Govt. High School Mundaje, Child Resource Centre Kalmanja, S.D.M Janardhana School, ujire, Govt. H.P. School Halepete, Govt. H.P School Manjotti, Govt. High School Nada, Govt. H.P School Bangady, Anugraha English Medium School Ujire, Govt. Higher primary school Belthangady.

The mobile library van visited around 39 schools and 3 child resource Centre   Ms. Precilla Rodrigues LS2 Coordinator and Community mobiliser introduced the mobile library facility.  Children watched Short Documentary related to the Geography. The short documentary explains the animal world and global world.

Total participation was 2995 children’s. The teachers shared their opinion regarding mobile library facility and are grateful to childfund India, for providing this great opportunity to read and to watch. As in our area most of the government schools lack the basic library facility and this sort of information helps the students to grasp the things well by watching and reading. Thus they expressed the worth of library in the schools that would enhance the interest in the children to read more and to gain knowledge. All the children were happy and expressed their opinion.

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