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Reading Competition 2014

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World Book Day 2014 - Book Fair

Children's Book Fair being organised in connection with World Book Day 2014.

Class of Readers 2014

Class VIID receiving the Class of Readers Award for 2013-14 from Mr. Johnson Mathew, AC, KVS RO Ernakulam on World Book Day

National Book Trust Book Mobile

National Book Trust Book Mobile in KV Kanjikode

Reader's Club

Presentation of Book Review during Reader's Club Meeting.

Book Donation Campaign

Inauguration of Book Donation Campaign during Book Week 2012.

Thursday, 18 December 2014

New facility on Library Website - Issue History

Dear Students
As per the suggestions received from few of our students I have added a new facility on our library website to get your issue history and other to leave a comment.
The issue history will provide you the details of books you have issued from the library in the current academic session.
Click here to see it in action.
Please give me your feedback and suggestions.
With regards

Librarian

Tuesday, 16 December 2014

KVS Regional Incentive Award 2014 - Thank you all...

Proud to be a recipient of KVS Regional Incentive Award 2014.
This is to you, all my dear students of KV Kanjikode, Dimapur and Shivpuri for your love, cooperation and enthusiasm- the driving force behind all my endeavours.
I would like to express my gratitude to Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan for the infrastructural support and the vision for keeping pace with modern trends, adapting the technologies in the KVS and providing us the opportunity to experiment and innovate.
My sincere gratitude to our respected Principal, Dr. S Nalayini, who goes far beyond the administrative role to encourage and inspire us, for her guidance and support and for providing me with numerous opportunities to enrich and update myself during the past few years.
I fondly remember the support and encouragement received in my initial years of service at KVS from my principals, Late Dr. R.P Kashyap, Mr. D.K Saraswat and Mr. C Valmiki. I owe my gratitude to the staff members of  KV Kanjikode, Dimapur and Shivpuri for their love and support.
I take this opportunity to acknowledge and thank Dr. V.A Parthasarathy, former Director IISR, Calicut, Mr. M.P Rameshkumar, Librarian, Central Plantation Research Institute, Kasaragod, Dr. Raman Nair, former Librarian, Kerala Agricultural University, Dr. A T Francis, Chief Librarian, College of Horticulture, KAU Thrissur, the staff members of Library, CPCRI and KAU who were instrumental in moulding in my career.
My sincere thanks go to the people behind the wonderful ocean of online resources which helped me to learn so many things in a short span of time.
I am indebted to my family and friends forever for their love and support.
Thanks to all my mentors, family, friends and well-wishers...

Wednesday, 10 December 2014

Reading Competition Prize Distribution

The prizes for the winners of Reading Competition was given away by Dr. S Nalayini, Principal today in the Morning Assembly.
The prizes were sponsored by our alumni, Mr. Kiran Ramachandran, Senior Lecturer, Caledonian Unit for Training and Professional Development, Caledonian College of Engineering, Sultanate of Oman.
Special thanks to the mentor teachers who helped the library in organising such a competition. The entries submitted by the students were so good that we had a tough time evaluating and selecting the prize winning entries.
Congratulations to all prize winners and all the participants.
Keep it up!



























Technothlon Gold Certificate to Sayooj Samuel and Krishnaprasad





Friday, 5 December 2014

Reading Competition 2014 - Winners

CLASS WISE WINNERS

CLASS X
NITHYA                           X C                                     91
SREEYUKTHA                X B                                    85
ABHIJITH                        X C                                     84

CLASS IX
SNEHA TS                       IX D                                   93
PP PRANATHI               IX A                                    84
DAYANIDHA                  IX D                                   78

CLASS VIII
S GAYATHRY                 VIII D                                93
KEERTHANA                  VIII D                                85
YESHWANT                    VIII D                                84

CLASS VI
LIYA ANN MARY          VI B                                   80
ATUL J                             VI B                                   73
NEHA M                          VI B                                   67


CLASS VII
None of the entries found eligible.
Consolation prizes to the following entries
ABHIDA ZEN                       7              VII A      53
SNEHA RAJAN                   7              VII A      49

GOPALAKRISHNAN         7              VII A      45


BEST ENTRY
FIRST
SNEHA T.S , IX D

CONSOLATION PRIZES
GAYATHRI, VIII D
NITHYA, X C
SREELAKSHMI KC, IX B


BEST READING DIARY
FIRST PRIZE
S GAYATHRY,          VIII D

CONSOLATION PRIZES
NITHYA,   X C
KEERTHANA,  VIII D

PP PRANATHI,  IX A


FACE-TO-FACE TOP SCORERS

KEERTHANA,     VIII D

ABHIJITH,       X C

CONSOLATION PRIZES
(SCORE 70+)
NIRUPAM
10
X C
SARANYA
10
X B
SYAMILI V
10
X B
ANAGHA SHIVDAS
10
X C
ANJU KR
10
X C
ADITYAN
10
X A
DILIP
10
X C
AAKASH U
10
X B
SONIA
9
IX D
DEVIKA
9
IX D
MANISHA M
9
IX B
SREELAKSHMI K C
9
IX B
M VIDYALAKSHMI
9
IX C

Thursday, 4 December 2014

Tour to Japan under JENESYS - Nimisha S Pradeep shares her experiences

After the farewell party in Delhi airport given by the dignitaries of Japanese Embassy, we boarded the Japan Airlines .It was an eleven hours long flight journey.
We reached Japan on 4th November  at 7:20 am ie;3:50 am according to Indian Standard Time(IST). Japan is three and a half hours ahead of IST. From the Narita International airport we were taken to Narita city hall for a brief introduction about the program. After this we met our coordinator Chihiro Ishimaro and interpreter Mizuzu mam. They took us to an Indian restaurant for lunch. Then we were taken to the Eon mall for shopping. In the evening we were taken to the Apa resort in Makhuari area of Chiba prefecture for the night stay. 

The next day we visited the Edo Tokyo museum where we learnt about how Japan woke up after the Second World War. From there we went to the Panasonic center. We saw many latest technologically developed equipments like the ecofriendly washing machines, TV’s, fridges etc. we returned to the hotel in the evening. The next morning we were taken to the Aichi prefecture, another big city in Japan. We went there in Shinkansen bullet train. We were very excited about this. These trains ran at a speed of 320km/hr. they stopped in a station for just one minute. In Aichi, we were first taken to the Kariya city hall where we had a small discussion with the mayor of Kariya on Indo- Japanese relations. That day we also had an opportunity to taste Sphageta, the Japanese noodles, Japanese roti with soya sauce, a soup and some sticky rice. 

The next day, we were taken to the Reimei High School .we presented a cultural program there. We were taken to different classrooms. I had to attend a Japanese class. Neither the sir nor the students knew English s we had to use all kinds of actions to make them understand. I was grouped to the English exchange club and cooking club of the school. In the English exchange club we played word building with Japanese students and in the cooking club we prepared pumpkin pie. It was very tasty. In the evening the host family came to fetch us and we went with them. I went to Mr.Tukodome’s family. His wife was from Philippines and so she knew little English. They had an eighteen years old daughter. We were asked to call them ottosan and okhasen which means father and mother in Japanese. We stayed with them for two days. They were very hospitable and friendly and treated us like their own children. They took us to different places like the Nogano No Sato, the illuminated garden, a Buddhist shrine, a Japanese coffee shop etc. we also had an opportunity to taste sushi, the traditional dish of Japan made out of rice, momos and Japanese green tea during our home stay. After the home stay program we went back to the hotel.


 On the last day of our stay in Japan, we were taken to the Toyota car manufacturing factory. We saw around 20-30 robots working in the welding process of car manufacturing process. Afterwards we were taken back to Tokyo in a bullet train. In the evening we had a reporting session and farewell dinner in the Narita city hall. We reached back in India on 11th at 6:30 pm.

The main things that remain etched in my mind about Japan is the people of Japan .they are very polite, kind, helpful, punctual, sincere and cheerful. Even when they meet an unknown person they don’t forget to bow down and show their respect. They willingly render all kinds of services. Secondly, the country is very clean and people are very health conscious. Then comes the stringent traffic rules. We noticed that unlike in India, vehicles stop at red lights even at late nights though the traffic police was not present. All this makes Japan different from India. 

Wednesday, 3 December 2014

സജിത്ത് എസ് 10 ബി - ആദരാഞ്ജലികൾ

അകാലത്തില്‍ നമ്മെ  വിട്ടു പോയ  പ്രിയ വിദ്യാർത്ഥി  സജിത്തിന് ആദരാഞ്ജലികൾ

The Principal, Staff and Students of Kendriya Vidyalaya Kanjikode deeply mourn the sad and untimely demise of Mast. Sajith  S, X B.
Deepest condolence to the bereaved family.

Tuesday, 25 November 2014

New Additions

The following books are donated by Mrs. Usha Malayappan, PGT Economics



These books are newly purchased for the library


Donated by Adwaitha Haridas, VI D

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