IPL 7 participation at World Book Fair on 7th and 13th January


Together with the National Book Trust (NBT), the Indian Public Library Movement (IPLM) is successfully working with the signing of a memorandum of understanding between the two organizations for the purpose of encouraging the culture of reading. Once again, Forum to bring the cause of public libraries to the mainstream agenda of the fair government

In an effort to create a knowledge based society it is important to be attached to the present and the next generation and to make them aware about the importance of using and facilitating public libraries for the purpose of knowledge and information growth.

Mrs Chanchal Yadav, Secretary, NDMC, presented the presence as the chief guest on this occasion, in which she talked with the audience on the need to revive the public libraries and revive the culture of importance to connect with the children. It was also of the opinion that in order to be relevant in today’s world, libraries need to modernize and digitize, they also gave their support for the movements with the IPL.

He said that other movements such as the Indian Public Library Movement, IPL, are necessary to excel in the entire space of knowledge, reading and library.

He participated in discussions about the use of public libraries through the use of public libraries, along with other participants like CSR head of the Anjalik Foundation, India Education Collective of Uttar Pradesh, MS Vaishali Chakraborty of Creative, and others. Shubhangi Sharma, Executive Director, IPLLA, thanked Shri Ajaz Lone, Education (VCCE) of IPL and Mr. Chanchal Yadav of IPLL and thanked him for supporting this movement.

The students of IPLL College are also using the opportunity to promote creative writing skills by organizing the written poems in Hindi / English or Urdu, which will be read by them to the audience at the World Book Fair on 13th. January gives them the pleasure of getting praise from live audiences for their creation.

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