READER'S CLUB


 











                           
                                                    
                                   READER’S  CLUB  (2019-20)


(1)     President                       -   Master Amar Sai, Class X

(2)     Secretary                       -   Miss Aswathi , Class X

(3)    Class Representative    -   Master Nihan CJ, Class IX

                                                -   Miss Aaryapriya  , Class IX

                                                -   Master Joyal, Class VIII

                                                -   Miss Ishika ,  Class VIII

                                                -   Master Devang U Shaji ClassVII

                                                -   Miss Nihara , Class VII   

                                                -   Master Abhijith AB, Class VI

                                                -   Miss Aaryananda , Class VI             
                        
 (4)          Convener               -   Mr Shibu M , Librarian

(5)           Teacher Member      Mrs. Preetha N, TGT (Hindi)

(6)           Groups Members

ENID BLYTON
JK ROWLING
CHETAN BHAGATH
WILLIAM SHAKESPHEARE
Sinadin
Class X , ( Boy Leader)
Master. Abhijith ,
Class X (Boy Leader)
Master . Sooryanand,
 Class X (Boy Leader)
Master Amarsai
Class X (Boy Leader)
Miss.Aswathi X
(Girl Leader)
Miss. Gopika ,
Class X (Girl Leader)
Miss. Hidu  
Class X (Girl Leader)
Miss. Athira, IX (Girl Leader)
Master Anas -  IX
Master Randheer -IX
Master Aravind - X
Master Sreehari IX
Miss. Aaryapriya - IX
Miss Nisni - IX
Master Nihan -  IX
Miss Priyanka -VIII 
Miss. Devananda - VIII 
Master Gautham  -  IX
Miss Ishika - VIII
Master Rohith - VIII
Master. Ashwin -  VIII
Master Piyush – VIII
Master Joyal - VIII
Master Sreenand - VIII 
Miss. Nihara- VII
Master Arjun - VII
Master Anirudh - VIII
Miss Pallavi - VII
Master Devang u Shaji, - VII
Miss Safali - VII
Miss Sreenanda KP - VII
Master Anuyog  - VII

Miss Hirithka Lakshmi -  VI
Miss Abhishna - VI
Master Abhay-VII
Miss Anamika - VI
Master Abhijith AB -  VI
Master Savan -VI
Maste Sampreeth – VI
Master Abhivandh - VI

Miss.Aaryananda  - VI
Master Yadhukrishna - VI

Master Karthik Kumar - VI
Miss Devika - VI

IMPORTANT DAYS
JAN

JAN 11            -           DEATH ANNIVERSARY OF LAL BAHADUR SHASTRI
JAN 12            -           NATIONAL YOUTH DAY, BIRTH DAY OF SWAMI VIVEKANAND
JAN 15            -           ARMY DAY
JAN23             -           NETAJI SUBHASH CHANDRA BOSE’S BIRTH ANNIVERSARY
JAN 25            -           TOURISM DAY , INDIAN VOTER’S DAY
JAN 26            -           REPUBLIC DAY
JAN 27            -           INTERNATIONAL HOLOCAUST REMEMBRANCE DAY
JAN 28            -           BIRTH ANNIVERSARY OF LALA LAJPAT RAI
JAN 30            -           MARTYR’S DAY  (MAHATMA GANDHI’S MARTYRDOM DAY)
                                  WORLD LEPROSY ERADICATION DAY
JAN 31            -           STREET CHILDREN’S DAY

FEB

FEB 02            -           WORLD WETLANDS DAY
FEB 04            -           WORLD CANCER DAY
FEB 13            -           SAROJINI NAIDU’S BIRTH ANNIVERSARY
FEB 14            -           VALENTINE’S DAY
FEB 20            -           WORLD DAY OF SOCIAL JUSTICE
FEB 21            -           INTERNATIONAL MOTHER LANGUAGE DAY
FEB 24            -           CENTRAL EXCISE DAY
FEB 28            -           NATIONAL SCIENCE DAY


MAR

MAR 03          -           WORLD WILDLIFE DAY
                      -           NATIONAL DEFENCE DAY          
MAR 04          -           NATIONAL SECURITY DAY
MAR 08          -           INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY
                      -           WORLD LITERACY DAY
MAR 09          -           CISF RISING DAY
MAR 15          -           WORLD CONSUMER DAY
MAR 20          -           WORLD SPARROW DAY
MAR 21          -           INTERNATIONAL DAY OF FORESTS 
MAR 22          -           WORLD WATER DAY
MAR 23          -           WORLD METEROLOGICAL DAY
MAR 24          -           WORLD TB DAY
MAR 27          -           WORLD THEATRE DAY

APR

APR 01           -           APRIL FOOL’S DAY
APR 02           -           WORLD AUTISM AWARENESS DAY
                      -           INTERNATIONAL CHILDREN’S BOOK DAY
APR 04           -           INTERNATIONAL DAY OF MINE AWARENESS
APR 05           -           NATIONAL MARITIME DAY
APR 07           -           WORLD HEALTH DAY
APR 13           -           JALLIAN WALLAH BAGH MASSCARE DAY
APR 14           -           BR AMBEDKAR REMEMBRANCE DAY
APR 18           -           WORLD HERITAGE DAY
APR 21           -           CIVIL SERVICES DAY
APR 22           -           INTERNATIONAL MOTHER EARTH DAY OR EARTH DAY
APR 23           -           WORLD BOOK AND COPYRIGHT DAY
APR 23           -           WORLD ENGLISH LANGUAGE DAY
APR 25           -           WORLD MALARIA DAY
APR 26           -           WORLD INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY DAY

MAY

MAY 01          -           INTERNATIONAL WORKER’S DAY
MAY 03          -           WORLD PRESS FREEDOM DAY
                      -           INTERNATIONAL ENERGY DAY
MAY 08          -           DAY OF REMEMBRANCE FOR VICTIMS OF WORLD WAR II
                      -           WORLD RED CROSS AND RED CRECENT DAY
MAY 11          -           WORLD MIGRATORY BIRD DAY
                      -           NATIONAL TECHNOLOGY DAY
MAY 12          -           INTERNATIONAL NURSE’S DAY
MAY 15          -           INTERNATIONAL DAY OF FAMILIES
MAY 17          -           WORLD TELECOMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION SOCIETY
                                    DAY
MAY 18          -           INTERNATIONAL MUSEUM DAY
MAY 21          -           WORLD DAY FOR CULTURAL DIVERSITY
                      -           NATIONAL ANTI TERRORISM DAY
MAY 29          -           INTERNATIONAL DAY OF UNITED NATIONS PEACEKEEPERS
MAY 31          -           WORLD NO-TOBACCO DAY

JUN

JUN 05            -           WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY
JUN 08            -           WORLD OCEANS DAY
JUN 12            -           WORLD AGAINST CHILD LABOUR
JUN14             -           WORLD BLOOD DONOR DAY
JUN 20            -           WORLD REFUGEE DAY
JUN 21            -           WORLD MUSIC DAY
JUN 23            -           UNITED NATIONS DAY FOR PUBLIC SERVICE
JUN 26            -           INTERNATIONAL DAY AGAINST DRUG ABUSE AND
                                    ILLICIT TRAFFICKING
JUL

JUL 11            -           WORLD POPULATION DAY
JUL 18            -           NELSON MANDELA DAY
JUL 26            -           KARGIL VICTORY DAY
JUL 28            -           WORLD HEPATITIS DAY
JUL 29            -           INTERNATIONAL TIGER DAY

AUG

AUG 06           -           HIROSHIMA DAY
AUG 09           -           QUIT INDIA MOVEMENT DAY
AUG 12           -           INTERNATIONAL YOUTH DAY
AUG 15           -           INDEPENDENCE DAY
AUG 19           -           WORLD PHOTOGRAPHY DAY
AUG 20           -           NATIONAL SADHBHAVANA DIWAS
AUG 29           -           INTERNATIONAL DAY AGAINST NUCLEAR TESTS
                      -           NATIONAL SPORTS ADY
SEP

SEP 05            -           TEACHER’S DAY (DR. RADAKRISHNAN’S BIRTH ANNIVERSARY 
SEP 08            -           INTERNATIONAL LITERACY DAY
SEP 10            -           WORLD SUICIDE PREVENTION DAY
SEP 14            -           HINDI DAY
SEP15             -           INTERNATIONAL DAY OF DEMOCRACY
SEP 16            -           INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR THE PRESERVATION OF THE
                                  THE OZONE   LAYER
SEP 21           -           INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE
SEP 26           -           WORLD MARITIME DAY
SEP 27           -           WORLD TOURISM DAY
SEP 28           -           WORLD RABIES DAY

OCT

OCT 01           -           INTERNATIONAL DAY OF OLDER PERSONS
OCT 02           -           INTERNATIONAL DAY OF NON-VIOLENCE (GANDHI JAYANTHI)
OCT 04           -           WORLD ANIMAL DAY
OCT 05           -           WORLD TEACHER’S DAY
OCT 08           -           INDIAN AIRFORCE DAY
OCT 09           -           WORLD POST DAY
OCT 10           -           WORLD MENTAL HEALTH DAY
                       -           NATIONAL POST OFFICE DAY
OCT 11           -           INTERNATIONAL DAY OF THE GIRL CHILD
OCT 16           -           WORLD FOOD DAY
OCT 17           -           INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR THE ERADICATION OF   POVERTY
OCT 20           -           WORLD STATISTICS DAY
OCT 24           -           UNITED NATIONS DAY     
OCT 31           -           NATIONAL INTEGRATION DAY

NOV

NOV 07           -           SCOUT FLAG DAY
NOV 10           -           WORLD SCIENCE DAY
NOV 12           -           WORLD PNEUMONIA DAY
NOV 14           -           WORLD DIABETES DAY
                       -           CHILDREN’S DAY (JAWAHAR LAL NEHRU’S BIRTH
                                    ANNIVERSARY)
NOV 17           -           INTERNATIONAL STUDENT’S DAY
NOV 19           -           WORLD TOILET DAY
NOV 20           -           UNIVERSAL CHILDREN’S DAY
NOV 21           -           WORLD TELEVISION DAY
NOV 26           -           NATIONAL LAW DAY

DEC

DEC 01           -           WORLD AIDS DAY
DEC 03           -           WORLD DISABILITY DAY
DEC 04           -           NAVY DAY
DEC 05           -           WORLD SOIL DAY
                      -           INTERNATIONAL VOLUNTEER DAY
DEC 07           -           INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION DAY
                      -           ARMY FLAG DAY
DEC 09           -           INTERNATIONAL ANTI-CORRUPTION DAY
DEC 10           -           WORLD HUMAN RIGHTS DAY
DEC 11           -           INTERNATIONAL MOUNTAIN DAY
                      -           UNICEF DAY
DEC 14           -           NATIONAL ENERGY CONSERVATION DAY
DEC  18          -           NATIONAL MIGRANTS DAY

DEC 23           -           FARMER’S DAY/ KISSAN DIWAS


QUIZ ABOUT INDIAN CONSTITUTION



1.Indian constitution passed on,

   A. 26th november,1947.

   B. 26th november,1948.

   C. 26th november,1949.

   D. 26th november,1950.

2    Which is the world's largest written constitution?


   A. Constitution of Indian.

   B. Constitution of England.

   C. Constitution of canada.

   D. Constitution of USA.

3.    Indian constitution came into force on,

   A. 26th january,1950.

   B. 26th february,1951.

   C. 26th march,1952.

   D. 26th november,1953.

4.  Who designed the Indian flag;

   A. B.R Ambedkar.

   B. Vikoji Rastam kama.

   C. Sir patric lawrrance.

   D. Pingali Venkayya.

5.       Equal rights for all government employees-mention in,

Right to equality.
B. Right to freedom.

C. Right to constitutional remedies.

D. Right against exploitation.
6.      Anticipatory bail or Body injection are,

  A  Right to equality.

   B. Right to freedom.

   C. Right against exploitation.

   D. Right to constitutional remedies.
A.  7.  Fundamental rights in indian constitution taken from;
   A. Canada.

   B. America.

   C. Germany.

   D. Russia.
          8.       Indian Parliament consists of,
   A. President.

   B. Loksabha.

   C. Rajyasabha.

   D. All of these.
Indian parliament consists of President and two houses, Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. Among these two houses Rajya Sabha is the upper house and Lok Sabha is the lower house. Also Rajya sabha is called as council of states where Lok sabha is called as House of the people.

9        Indian constitution is type of,

A.  Quasifederal.

B.  Unifederal.

C.  . Federal.

D.  . None of these.

10      Emergency Law in Indian constitution taken from;
   A. America.

   B. Germany.

   C. Canada.

   D. Russia.
11.     Chairman of drafting committee is;

   A. Dr. B.R. Ambedkar.

            B. J.L          Nehru

           C. Dr. Rajendra prasad.

           D. None of these.
12.  Minimum age to be a chief minister is;

A. 30 Years.

   B. 25 Years.

   C. 35 Years.

   D. 40 Years.
13.  Who is the all in all in Loksabha?

       A    President.

            B. Prime minister.

          C. Speaker.

            D. Attorny General.

14.  Who is the President of constitution Asssembly?

  A. Dr. rajendra prasad.

            B. Sir Patric Lawrance.

           C. J.L Nehru.

          D. Dr. B.R Ambedkar.
15.     Indian constitution is divided into;

A.     A. 24 parts.

   B. 22 parts.

   C. 25parts.

   D. 21 parts.
16     How many fundamental rights are there in Indian constitution?
   A. 4

   B. 5

   C. 6

   D. 7
Right to Equality, Right to Freedom, Right against exploitation, Right to freedom of religion, Cultural and educational rights, Right to constituional remedies.
17.    Right to equality is described between;
  A. Article number 14-18.

   B. Article number 19-22.

   C. Article number 23-24.

   D. None of these.
Right to equality are funademtal rights of Indian Constituion. These are comes under 14 to18 number Articles.
Number 14 : Law is for Everyone.
Number 15 : No foul behaviour to any certain Caste, Religion or sex.
Number 16 : Same rights for all government employees.
Number 17 : Right against Untouchability.
Number 18 : Right against designation or surname.
18.     How many article was there at the time of making Indian constitution?

A. 394

   B. 395

   C. 396

   D. 397
At the time of making Indian constitution 395 Articles are there in the Constitution of India. But presently there are more than 400 Articles present in the Constitution of India.

19.     How many Schedule was there at the time of making Indian constitution?

   A. 4

   B. 6

   C. 8

   D. 11
When Indian constitution was made at that time 8 schedule are there. But presently there are 12 schedules in the Constitution of India.

20.  Right to freedom is described in;

   A. Article number 14-18.

   B. Article number 19-22.

   C. Article number 23-24.

   D. None of these.
Right to freedom comes under Fundamentals rights of Indian Constitution. Right to freedom consists between Article number 19 to 22 in the Constitution of India. Right to freedom includes; right for speech and expression, assembly, meeting and movement, right to
peaceful living, right for doing business in any place, right to education, compulsory education for atleast 14 years of age, right to protection against arrest and detention.

21.  Right against exploitation is described in;

A.    Article number 14-18.
B.    Article number 23-24.
C.     Article number 29-30.
D.   None of these.

Right against exploitation comes under Fundamentals rights of the constitution of India. Right against exploitation consists between article number 23 and 24. Right against exploitation includes prohibition against forced labour and child labour. No one can be applied to forced labour and no child under 14 years of age can be allowed to work in and factory or dangerous places.

 22.   Right to freedom of religion described in;
   A. Article number 25-28.

   B. Article number 29-30.

   C. Both A & B.

   D. None of these.
Right to freedom of religion comes under Fundamentals rights of the constitution of India. Right to freedom of religion consists between article number 25 to 28. It includes right to free religious profession, religious educational rights for religious educational institues, anyone can pay tax for religious affairs but it is not mandatory.

23.  Cultural and Educational rights described in;

   A. Article number 25-28.

   B. Article number 29-30.

   C. Article number 32.

   D. None of these.

24.  Right to Constitutional remedies described in;

   A. Article number 23-24.

   B. Article number 25-28.

   C. Article number 29-30.

   D. Article number 32.

25.  How many fundamental duties are there in Indian constitution?

   A. 8

   B. 10

   C. 11

   D. 30

Actually at past Constitution of Indian consists of 10 fundamental duties. But, In the year 2002 the 11th fundamental duty is added to the Indian Constituion by 86th Constitutional Amendment Act.

26.  Fundamental duties of Indian constitution is taken from;

   A. England.

   B. America.

   C. Soveit Union.


   D. None of these.

27.  Central and state relation of Indian constitution is taken from;

   A. America.

   B. Ireland.

   C. Canada.

   D. Germany.

28.  Structure & system of Loksabha,Rajyasabha and Parliament is taken from;


   A. Germany.

   B. England.

   C. America.

   D. Canada.

29.  Head of state constitution is/are;

   A. Chief minister.

   B. Rajyapal.

   C. president.

   D. vice-president.
30.  Head of central constitution is/are;

   A. President.

   B. Vice president.

   C. Rajyapal.

   D. Speaker.

31.  Citizenship law passed in parliament on;
   A. 1945.

     B. 1955.

     C. 1956.

      D. 1958.

   32.  Minimum age to be a Indian president is;

   A. 25 yr.

   B. 30 yr.

   C. 35 yr.

   D. 40 yr.

33.     Minimum age to be a member of Rajyasabha is;

   A. 25 yr.

   B. 30 yr.

   C. 35 yr.

   D. 40 yr.

34.  Minimum age to be a Chief minister is;

   A. 25 yr.

    B. 30 yr.

    C. 35 yr.

    D. 40 yr.

35.    Chairman of Rajyasabha is;

   A. President.

   B. Vice president.

   C. Prime minister.

   D. Rajyapal.

36.    Chairman of Planning commission is;

   A. President.

   B. Vice president.

   C. Prime minister.

   D. Speaker.

37.     Advocate general of states appointed by;

  A. Chief minister.

   B. Rajyapal.

   C. Governer

   D. Prime minister.

38.  Indian constitution give the permission to share his/her view to any court of India, to;

  A. President.

   B. Prime minister.

   C. Attorney general.

   D. Speaker.

39.  The head or all in all of the three(Air,Water,Land) forces is;

  A. President.

   B. Vice president.

   C. Prime minister.

   D. Speaker.

40. First female judge of supreme court is;

                   A. Meera Kumar.

     B. Mira saheb fatema bibi.

     C. Prativa devisingh patil.

     D. None of these.

41.     First general election was held on;

       A. 1951.

     B. 1952.

      C. 1953.

     D. 1954.

42.     Maximum income of India is dependent on;

A. Coal.

  B. Oil products.

C. Agriculture.

D. None of these.

43.     Whch is called the key to understanding the Indian Constituiton?

   A. Preamble.

   B. Fundamental rights.

   C. Fundamental duties.

   D. Directive principles of state policy

44   Who described the Aim and Philosophy of Indian constitution?
A.         A. Jawarlal Nehru.

   B. Mahatma Gandhi.

   C. B.R Ambedkar.

   D. Sir. patric lawrrance.

45.     Indian Independence law came into force on;

   A. 18th march,1947.

   B. 18th april,1947.

   C. 18th july,1947.

   D. 18th sept,1947.

46.       Excise is a;
   A. Direct tax.

   B. Indirect tax.

   C. Both a & b.

   D. None of these.

47.     Dr. B. R. Ambedkar born on 14 April 1891, When he was died

 A         6 Dec 1956

B          9 Feb 1956

C          20 May 1956

D          17 Jul 1956

48.       Who is the present Speaker of Indian Lokasabha

A          Mrs. Sushma Swaraj

B          Mrs. Meera Kumar

C          Mrs. Sumitra Mahajan

D          Mrs. Nirmala Sitaraman