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Role of children’s storybooks and library discussed

Staff Reporter

A seminar titled “Role of Children’s Storybooks and Library in developing Reading Skills and Habit’ was held in the capital on Tuesday, says according to a press release.

Directorate of Primary Education (DPE) and International NGO Room to Read Bangladesh (RtR-BD) jontly organized the event in the Directorate’s Auditorium marking the International Mother Language Day.

Dr Md Abu Hena Mostafa Kamal, ndc, Director General of DPE was present as the chief guest. Additional Director General Md Ramjan Ali, Director (Policy and Operation) Bijoy Bhushan Paul, Director (School Feeding) Ram Chandra Das and Director (Second Chance Education) Md Delwar Hossain, also present as special guests from DPE.

Rakhi Sarkar, country director of Room to Read Bangladesh chaired the programme. Renowned litterateur and Chairman of Bangladesh Shishu Academy Ms Selina Hossain presented the key note about children’s storybooks and library in developing reading skills and habit.

In the seminar the discussants call for a safer and better learning environment to build reading skills and instill reading habit amongst primary school children.

Unlocking children’s full potential is crucial for advancing the government’s ongoing effort for ‘Quality Primary Education for All’, they told the seminar.

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