The Library

Library
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Come let us read….

Books are keys to wisdom’s treasure,
Books are gates to lands of pleasure.

The Indian School

DRAMATIZED READING

The School has well equipped air-conditioned and computerized libraries, with over 22,000 volumes which include books, videos, DVDs, CDs, subscription to 47 periodicals which are added to continually. The library also provides students and teachers with a range of reference books, encyclopedia, journals and newspapers and internet facilities to enrich their classroom activities and knowledge. The Learning Centre with its enlarged Library and separate Reading Rooms has a Resource Room with an 80 seater audio-visual center and a full sized projection screen. Pre-primary to class III also have their own class libraries.

Well known writers are invited regularly to read from their works.

All new books are arranged on a display table in the library for a month and reviews put up on the Notice Board. Our specially trained Librarian organizes the Library Week with book readings, designing book jackets & book marks and writing book reviews.

The Library now also has a Coin Library, a Stamp Library which traces the history of India through coins and stamps.

To encourage the reading habit a special

DEAR : DROP EVERYTHING AND READ

podium has been provided for children to read aloud passages from their favourite books.

To encourage reading for pleasure DEAR or Drop Everything And Read programme is followed on a weekly basis in all classes from three to twelve.

INDIANITE, the school magazine is published by our young journalists, NATURALLY OURS is our environment publication.

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