Library

LIBRARY STATISTIC

  • TOTAL NO. OF BOOKS    - 18828
  • TOTAL NO.OF MAGAZINES - 42
  • TOTAL NO OF NEWES PAPER - 07
  • TOTAL NO OF EDU. MAGAZINES – 12
  • TOTAL NO OF REFERENCE BOOKS-6050
  • NO OF BOOKS PURCHASE LAST YEAR – 543 OF RS. 41849
  • NO OF GENERAL (FICTION AND NON FICTION) BOOKS-4500
  • Ø NO OF CHILDREN BOOKS--6050

EVALUATION OF COLLECTION & SERVICE                                       TOOLS :-

1.NO. OF USERS -- 2100

2.NO. AND PERCENTAGE OF COLLECTION ISSUED ON ANY GIVEN DAY – about 180

3.NUMBER OF BOOKS ISSUED DURING A STATED PERIOD. 5323

4.AVERAGE BOOKS ISSUED PER USER PER UNIT TIME – 2 BOOKS PER WEEK.

5.NUMBER OF RECOMMENDATION RECEIVED FOR PURCHASE OF BOOKS PER YEAR - 500.

6.NUMBER OF NEW BOOKS ADDED PER YEAR – ABOUT 989

7.NUMBER OF OLD BOOKS WEEDED OUT - 3398.

8.NO. OF TEXT BOOK – 409

9.NO. OF COMPETATIVE BOOKS - 1450

 

NO OF PERIODICALS/MAGAZINES AVILABLE ALONG WITH THEIR NAMES AND PERIODICITY:-

 

 

Sl.

No.

Name of News Paper and Periodicals

language

Periodicity

No of copy

1

Times of India

English

Dally

30

2

Indian Express

English

Dally

30

3

The Teligraph

English

Dally

30

4

The Economics Time

English

Dally

30

5

Employment News

English

Dally

30

6

Dainik Jagaran

Hindi

Dally

30

 

Nav Bharat

Hindi

Dally

30

7

Samaja

Oriya

Dally

30

9

Sambada

Oriya

Dally

30

10

Dharitri

Oriya

Dailly

30

11

Champak

English/ Hindi

Fortnightly

6

12

Nanhe Samrat

English

Monthly

6

13

Junior Science Refresher

English

Monthly

6

14

Tinkle

English

Monthly

6

15

Com. Success Review

English

Monthly

6

16

Math Today

English

Monthly

6

17

Physics Today

English

Monthly

6

18

Chemistry Today

English

Monthly

6

19

Bio. Today

English

Monthly

6

20

Education Today(IX-X)

English

Monthly

6

21

Education Today(XI-XII)Sci.

English

Monthly

6

22

Scicnce reporter

English

Monthly

6

23

India Today

English/ Hindi

weekly

2

24

Chandamama

English

weekly

2

25

Sportstar

English

weekly

2

26

Cricket Samrat

English

Monthly

2

27

Sarita

Hindi

Fortnight

2

28

Pratiyogita Kiran

English

Monthly

2

29

Pratiyogita Darpan

English/Hindi

Weekly

2

30

Tell Me Why

English

Monthly

4

31

Information Technology

English

Monthly

2

32

Wisdom

English

Monthly

4

33

Primary Teacher

English

Quarterly

1

34

Prathamik shikshak

Hindi

Quarterly

1

35

Journal of Indian education

English

Quarterly

1

36

School science

English

Quarterly

1

37

Bharatiya Adhunik Shiksha

Hindi

Quarterly

1

38

Indian Education Review

English

H/Yearly

1

39

Readers Digest

English

Monthly

2

40

Yojana

English

Monthly

2

41

Kurukhetra

English

Monthly

2

42

Chip

English

Monthly

1

43

Pratiyogita Darpan/Pratiyogita Darpan

English /Hindi

Monthly

2

44

Pratiyogita Kiran

Hindi

Monthly

2

45

Magic Pot

English

Monthly

4

 

Librarian

SL. NO

SUBJECT

NO. OF BOOKS

DICTIONARY

113

ENCYCLOPEDIA

116

SO. SC. ENCYCLOPEDIA

98

RELIGION PHILOSOPHY

495

GENERAL SC.

650

MATHEMATICS

562

PHYSICS

547

CHEMISTRY

450

BIOLOGY

237

COM. SC.

261

HISTORY

349

GEOGRAPHY

406

ENGLISH LIT.

432

HINDI NOVEL

503

ENGLISH STORY

2053

HINDI STORY

990

SANSKRIT

348

GRAMMAR

70

EDUCATION

382

GAMES & SPORTS

76

GENERA KNOWLEDGE

326

BIO GRAPY / GREAT PEOPLE

386

CHILDREN BOOKS

6050

 

SUBJECT WISE LIST OF

  1. 1. RATE OF ISSUE PER STUDENT :-

CLASS

NO. OF BOOKS ISSUED PER STUDENT PER MONTH SINCE THR BEGINNING OF THE SESSOIN

I

4 BOOKS PER STUDENT PER MONTH* 3 MONTH=12 BOOKS

II

4 BOOKS PER STUDENT PER MONTH* 3 MONTH=12 BOOKS

III

4 BOOKS PER STUDENT PER MONTH* 3 MONTH=12 BOOKS

IV

4 BOOKS PER STUDENT PER MONTH* 3 MONTH=12 BOOKS

V

4 BOOKS PER STUDENT PER MONTH* 3 MONTH=12 BOOKS

VI

6 BOOKS PER STUDENT PER MONTH*3 MONTH=16 BOOKS (ISSUR& CONSULTED)

VII

6 BOOKS PER STUDENT PER MONTH*3 MONTH=16 BOOKS (ISSUR& CONSULTED

VIII

6 BOOKS PER STUDENT PER MONTH*3 MONTH=16 BOOKS (ISSUR& CONSULTED

IX

6 BOOKS PER STUDENT PER MONTH*3 MONTH=16 BOOKS (ISSUR& CONSULTED

X

6 BOOKS PER STUDENT PER MONTH*3 MONTH=16 BOOKS (ISSUR& CONSULTED

XI

6 BOOKS PER STUDENT PER MONTH*3 MONTH=16 BOOKS (ISSUR& CONSULTED

XII

6 BOOKS PER STUDENT PER MONTH*3 MONTH=16 BOOKS (ISSUR& CONSULTED

 

2. HOW ARE THE LIBRARY PERIOD ORGANISED?

 

Each class from class vi to xii has been allotted one library period in a week. The students used to come to library. As the library followed the OPEN ACSES SYSTEM, student choose their desired books for home issue,refered the reference books,periodicals,internet& encyclopedia etc. The Librarian guides the student to get the desired books & information. There is a proposal to provide department library in each department of the school & it will be completed in this session.

3. HAS THR LIBRARY ORGANISED CLASS LIBRARY?

 

YES. The library provides class library for Primary Classes

 

4. (A) TOTAL NUMBER OF BOOKS IN THE LIBRARY------16829

 

(B)NO.OF PERIODICAL/ MAGAZINES-----------------42

 

5. NO.OF EDUCATIONAL MAGAZINES WITH NAME-----12

 

SL.NO

NAME OF EDUCATIONAL MAGAZINES

1

EDUCATION TODAY FOR CLASS IX-X

2

EDUCATION TODAY FOR CLASS XI-XII

3

MATHEMATIC TODAY

4

PHYSICS TODAY

5

CHEMISTRY  TODAY

6

BIOLOGY TODAY

7

MATHEMATIC SPECTRUM

8

PHYSICS   SPECTRUM

9

CHEMISTRY    SPECTRUM

10

BIOLOGY   SPECTRUM

11

SCIENCE REPORTER

12

DIGIT (COMPUTER MAGAZINE)

13

CHIEF ( COMPUTER MAGAZINE)

 

6 .ANY SPECIFIC OBSERVATIONS REGARDING THE UPKEEP OF BOOKS AND BINDINGS OF BOOKS

 

The books are well arranged subject wise in the steel as well as wooden selves. The re is a proposal for the bindings of Damaged Encyclopedia and Important Reference books. The work has to be completed on before 30 December2011.

 

7. HOW THE LIBRARY SERVICE PROVIDED FOR PRIMARY CLASSES

 

Class library system has been adopted for the primary classes. The teacher assign the library period has to issue about 50 books from the main library for their respective classes. The teacher has to maintain record of the books issued to the students. Every three month he has to either exchange the books with other section on issue new books from the main library.

 

8. ARE THE BOOKS RACKS, ALMIRAHS SEATING ARRANGEMENT FOR STUDENTS AND TEACHERS ADEQUATE AND APPROPRIATE?

 

The books racks and Elmira’s are adequate but the chairs are not appropriate. The library needs the S type chairs and a magazine display board.

 

9. ASST.COMMISSONERS/ EDUATION OFFICER REPORT ON THE FUNCTIONING OF THE LIBRARY AND THE READING ROOM.

Role of parent to inculcate reading habits in children

SADHNA KHALKHO

(Librarian)

 

Reading habits kindle the imagination power in a child and helps to develop better communication proficiency in children, strengthen their vocabulary, language and refinement of their conversational skills right from their very early age of life. Various researches have proven that children who maintain the habit of reading have higher IQ scores and perform ahead of other students in academics. Reading books and news paper enhances their knowledge and this proves to be beneficial for them when they have to compete for various qualifying exam. Apart from the academic reasons, reading also impart moral values in children through various stories which are specifically meant for the kids parent should check whether the child is in to the habit of reading or not and if not , then must guide their kid and explain the merits of developing this productive hobby. Reading, as a habit, must be presented before a child in a manner such that he finds it an interesting mode of entertainment and not a boring drudgery. It is important to build this habit in kids from their very child hood so that they do not find it to be an impose activity on them .In fact, if a child is made to read books from an early age then reading gradually becomes their hobby. Parent should help their children to make them learn how to read. Initially the child fined it difficult to read through books as he is unaware of the language. Helping Reading the child may involve a few tips which are mention as follows

  • The most important fact in helping a child to read is the appropriate selections of reading material. Interesting and knowledge giving books should be selected.
  • Pick up the books with more of the picture material in it as a picture attracts the attention of the kids.
  • You can help your child in reading by yourself reading aloud to him as listening helps in reading.
  • Tell stories to tour child and ask him also you to tell you some story which he/she had read this will generate an interest in him regarding the knowledge of the different stories
  • Make visit to the town library or any other public library. If possible, take your child along with you for this may help in developing a positive attitude towards the book in him.
  • Tell your child to apply finger while moving through the text It is an essential practice that helps in increasing the retention power the child
  • If possible maintain a small library at your home. Seeing this child is also automatically cultivate this habit in him and will start maintaining his own small library. In addition to this, there always will be an adequate supply of reading material for your child.
  • Try to develop a culture of giving books as a gift to the children on special day.
  • Read at least half an hour with a child.
  • Be a child to reach your child.

 

 

Parental guidance has an effective influence over the reading habits of their kid’s .Technological through the electronics media are responsible for the decline in the overall reading habits of every section of society and children in particular.