27th Feb 2024 10:02:PM State
Eastern Sentinel Arunachal News

Namsai, Feb 27: In an innovative step undertaken by the District Library, Namsai,  129 Anganwadi workers from Chowkham and Lekang CD-Block under Namsai district took part in the mass library awareness program here at the District library, Namsai today. The purpose to involve the Anganwadi workers in the awareness program was to aware them about the proper teaching methodology, child psychology, child health and hygiene and how to inculcate reading habit among the children from early childhood. 
Welcoming the gathering librarian S. Mukherjee explained the role of a library and importance to inculcate reading habits among the children. Taking part in the program Vice Principal G.H.S.S., Mahadevpur spoke on significance of library in civil society. Rashtriya Bal swasthya Karyakram (RBSK) Dr Inty Siram enlightened the house in detail on the role of AWC workers to monitor health and hygiene of small children especially those living in villages. Namsai CDPO W. Khimhum elaborated all the ICDS schemes with a focus on Beti Bachao Beti Padao Abhiyan. To ensure the benefits of library reach the underprivileged students residing in remote localities and to get themselves familiar with the service and activities of the library, a tour program to the district library, Namsai  for the students and teachers  from various educational institutions across the district had been arranged with effect from on 21st February, which will  promote reading habits and to spread the Joy of reading.  The mass library awareness program will continue till 4th of March. As part of the awareness program various literary programs like essay competition, debates, drawing competition, extempore speech etc have been organised in the district library, Namsai and in different schools, colleges and University of Namsai district. 

Kenter Joya Riba

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