Cxcbn Essay example

768 Words Oct 13th, 2013 4 Pages
Knowledge is power
Somewhere in the corner of your house a hard-bound leather book hopefully awaits that someday it will be remembered by someone, picked off its dust, cleaned and read with joy. This book never sees the light of the day and is usually forgotten or ends up being used as a coffee stand or a paper weight. We all have that one book at home which is read once and forgotten by you for the rest of your life and then sadly ends up at a rag picker’s bag, devalued, torn and wasted of the attention it actually deserves. Don’t you ever feel like putting that book to a more fruitful purpose rather than seeing it end up being mishandled and eaten away by rats? Many children in India lose out the chance to literacy or education because
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Information contained in books has tremendous influences on perception, socialization and transformation of the kids who benefit from your donation. SOHF plans to organize this year’s Donation drive (Books, Stationary & Electronic Gadgets) in colleges across Delhi/NCR from OCTOBER 16 TO OCTOBER 18, 2013. The drive hopes to see a number of top colleges of Delhi University participate in the form of SRCC, Hindu, Miranda House, St. Stephens, Ramjas, Hansraj, JMC, LSR along with other universities like IP, JNU, Jamia Milia Islamia. Top engineering colleges in Delhi like IIT Delhi, NSIT, IGIT have also extended their support. Other than that drop box will be placed in various societies, offices, RWAs etc to involve contribution from all domain of society.

DONATION ITEMS INCLUDE: - Pens, pencils, geometry items, - Colour pencils, colour sketch pens, crayons, - Old or new academic books, - Old or new storybooks, novels, - Notebooks, registers, notepads, ruled sheets etc. - Electronic gadgets like computer, laptop, projector, etc.

Out-of-school reading habits of students has shown that even 15 minutes a day of independent reading can expose students to more than a million words of text in a year. Statistics reveal that during the summer break; low-income students lose more than two months of reading

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