The Youth Red Cross have organised a Book Donation Program at Police Station Library, New Bus Stand,Vallioor on 24th November, 2021.The chief guest of the day was R.Arun Raja, Sub Inspector of Police- Vallioor, The event was presided over by the Head of the departments – Siva Kumar (Mechanical), V.Gopala Krishnan (ECE), S.Sundar Rajan (AP/ECE, YRC Coordinator)along with all other faculty members and student volunteers. The event began with a formal inauguration at 9.00 am followed by addressing the gathering and wished for the betterment of future. The chief guest was bestowed with a shawl.
“Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body”. With the aim of sharpening the reading skills of youth and to share the general information, the total of fifteen books were donated to the Police Station Library which includes the books of eminent scientists, competitive examination, Spoken English through Tamil, General Knowledge books, success stories of renowned personalities, memory power books. The student volunteers from the club donated the books to the library.
After the book donation, the chief guest had a interactive conversation with students . He high lightened the benefits of Reading, insisted the students to read more books, explained clearly about the time management, preparation for the interviews, developing the personality skills. He also shared his memories with students and gave input about the life values, work ethics and how to survive in the competition world. The students asked many doubts in cracking the competitive examination and also expressed their gratitude
The vote of thanks was delivered by II Year ECE student, R.Indhumathi and finally the YRC Coordinator S.Sundar Rajan thanked the chief guest, faculty members and student volunteers for their cooperation in making the programme a successful one. All the students participated in the programme more enthusiastically and learned the importance of reading books.
Finally the programme came to an end at 10.00 am with high tea refreshment. The outcome of the programme was more positive and the students got the spirit of reading, trying to make space for new books. The students felt a sense of duty to give back to society and tackle inequality using their own good fortune to help others through this book donation programme.