Library Council to hold reading contest for students
Posted on: 25 Nov 2011
Kozhikode: The Kerala State Library Council (KSLC) will conduct a reading competition aimed at inculcating reading habit in high school students in the state.
Talking to newspersons here today Organising Committee Chairperson and Kozhikode Mayor, Prof A K Premajam, said the state-wide programme in high school, taluk, district and finally at the state-level would begin here on November 26.
She said the topper from the district level competition would be eligible for participation in the final contest which would present cash prizes of Rs 7,500, Rs 5,000 and Rs 4000 for first, second and third prize winners respectively, citation and plaque.
The topper would also get another Rs 1,500 as Jayasankar Memorial Cash Award, she said.
Education Minister P K Abdu Rabb would inaugurate the 2-day event at a function presided over by KSLC President P K Hari Kumar, she added.