Teachers to reach young population to inculcate reading habit

Teachers  to reach young population to inculcate reading habit

Chandigarh: With a view to inculcate the habit of reading among students, teachers and to reach the young population with the
the message of reading and digital learning by 2022, the ‘Reading Mission-Haryana’ has been initiated by the State Government.

Sharing more information about the same, Education Minister
Kanwar Pal said that as reading helps to develop social values of
egalitarianism, tolerance, and justice, therefore the Reading Mission-
Haryana has been initiated in the State. He said that the Mission has been launched on the lines of the Central Government’s Reading Mission 2022’, which aims to address the lost glory of reading books.

He said that under this Mission, book review session once in a the month should be organized by students, a 45 minutes mass reading the program should be held in which all students, teachers, non-teaching staff and the Principal will read newspapers or books on the fourth Saturday of the month and Intra and Inter class multi-disciplinary quiz once in a semester should also be organized in the State Universities, Government and Government-Aided Colleges of the State.

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