Mobile libraries come handy to rural aspirants of govt jobs

Posted: Posted Day – 06:55 PM, Fri – 13 May possibly 22

Mobile libraries come handy to rural aspirants of govt jobs

Kumram Bheem Asifabad: In purchase to help aspirants of authorities positions, authorities of Kumram Bheem Asifabad district have arrive up with an innovative initiative – to develop cellular libraries in rural sections by means of group participation. The transfer is yielding wished-for results with a lot of youngsters making use of the libraries.

A mobile library designed of wooden and glass was made in Lingapur mandal for the very first time on April 28 and two extra libraries were being later established up in Lingapur mandal centre and at Marlavai village in Jainoor mandal. Review substance meant for competitive examinations have been kept offered in these wood packing containers. Locals can donate utilised publications and new ones for the convenience of the aspirants.

A wood box made up of the review materials and publications is put at the panchayat office environment of a village. Aspirants and students can make the most of the facility to prepare for showing up in aggressive exams and to update their understanding from 9 am to 5 pm. The containers are shifted to inside the place of work and locked in the night. A voluntary organisation is expressed curiosity to donate books shortly.

Buoyed by the frustrating response to the 1st-of-its-form thought, an additional library was established in Lingapur mandal centre and at Marlavai village in Jainoor mandal. “As a lot of as 100 cellular libraries will be designed throughout the district in phased way. They can be useful to aspirants of federal government positions dwelling in villages which have been outfitted with libraries,” Further Collector K Varun Reddy instructed ‘Telangana Right now.’

Peklathand Sarpanch Mangi Bai donated 100 textbooks for the library, environment an case in point to many others. Guides of fairy tales, ethical tales and basic knowledge are saved in libraries. The notion is to not only enable the aspirants, but also cultivate a habit of reading through amid learners and children who are glued to mobile phones in summer season vacations, Lingapur Mandal Panchayat Development Officer (MPDO) JR Prasad informed.

Banoth Haritha, a diploma III 12 months scholar from Peklathanda claimed that the library was aiding her in making ready for showing in exams to be held for filling up Group-II and law enforcement constable posts. She stated that she was previously relying on books of her friends and libraries found in mandal centres and district headquarters, shelling big quantities on travelling.

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