A gift of Knowledge




NC Correspondent 
Bhopal: It is rightly said that, ‘Enlightenment is the key to everything, and it is the key to intimacy, because it is the goal of true authenticity.’ The Hindi medium students of the Carmel Higher Secondary School were in awe of being gifted books this Hindi Diwas.
Giving a social tryst to the celebrations of Hindi Diwas at the Carmel Higher Secondary School, Govindpura, the members of the Carmel Ex-Student’s Association (CESA), has gifted a library to the Hindi medium students of the school on Thursday.
“Hindi being our National language is the base of our tradition and Culture. Being an Indian, promoting this language and bring this in maximum use should be on our objectives. Knowledge given in any form is a boon and books are generally best friends of the students. Helping the Hindi medium students have a rendezvous with their friends, the members of CESA have presented a small library as a gift to the Hindi Medium students of Carmel Convent School,” CESA President IAS officer Anubha Shrivastava said.

                                      



“This is a part of the ongoing golden jubilee celebrations of our school. We all are of this belief that nothing other than good books can be a gift to enlighten students,” Kalyani Biswas, Secretary, CESA said.
During the event Principal of Carmel Convent Sister Anupa, congratulated CESA for their effort to encourage reading among the students. The event concluded with Mayuri, a class V student of the Hindi medium segment of Carmel school gave a vote of thanks to the CESA members for their present.
CESA has gifted more than 400 books to the school along with a book shelf to accommodate those. The Carmel Hindi medium school conducts classes in the afternoon after the regular lectures of the school have concluded. There are approximately 300 students from class I to V.
CESA President Anubha Shrivastava, Secretary Kalyani Das and members, Molly Bose, Anurag Shrivastava, Philip Panicker, Srimoyee Biswas, Ruchika Sachdeva, Viva Shukla Joshi, Shreedevi Prasad, Tamosha Shrivastava and Yogita Pant were present during the event.





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