विद्यालय पुस्तकालय की वेबसाइट

केंद्रीय विद्यालय लखीमपुर के पुस्तकालय की सिंपल वेबसाइट कॉम पर वेबसाइट का निर्माण किया गया है, जो निरंतर संशोधन एवम् परिवर्धनशील है

 

ज्ञान – गंगा

सरस्वती का पावन मन्दिर,

                                     सुख- समृद्धि हमारी है I

हममें से हर एक प्राणी,

                                     रक्षक और पुजारी है II

 

 

 

Maa Saraswati Goddess HD Wallpapers

 

THIS WEBSITE IS A TINY TRIBUTE AND DEDICATED TO THE FOUNDER OF BANARAS HINDU UNIVERSITY BHARAT RATNA MAHAMANA MADAN MOHAN MAVIYA AND INDIAN FATHER OF LIBRARY SCIENCE PADMSHREE SIYALI RAMAMRIT RANGANATHAN. WE THE LIBRARY AND INFORMATION PROFESSIONALS ARE THE CREATIONS OF THOSE GREAT SOULS . OUR EXISTENCE CAN NOT BE IMAGINATED WITHOUT THEIR GREAT CONTRIBUTIONS. THEY HAD BRAUGHT THE EDUCATION FOR ALL IRRESPECTIVE OF CASTE, CREED AND RELIGION BY SELFLESS BUILDING UP A MILESTONE OF THE EDUCATION ERA.

HENCE, IT IS OUR MORAL DUTIES TOWARDS THESE IMMEMORIAL PERSONALITES TO CATRE AND FOSTER THE EDUCATIONAL AND INFORMATIVE ASPECTS OF THE RIGHT RECEPIENTS OF AT THE RIGHT TIME IN THE COURSE OF GETTING THEIR ULTIMATE GOALS SO THAT THEY CAN BUILD A HEALTHY, EDUCATED, EMPLOYED, PROSPEROUS AND HAPPY NATION. EDUCATIONAL MEDIA REGARDLESS OF THEIR PHYSICAL FORMATS ARE THE GREAT SOURCES KNOWLEDGE AND INFORMATION. EACH SOURCE OF KNOWLEDGE AND INFORMATION ARE THE FLOWING STREAMS OF KNOWLEDGE RIVER.

HENCE, IT IS NOT ONLY THE HOPE BUT, OUR FIRM BELIEF THAT EACH DROP OF KOWLEDGE AND INFORMATION WILL SATISFY THEIR  VARIENT EDUCATIONAL THIRSTS.

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Madan Mohan Malaviya was the freedom fighter credited with popularizing the slogan Satyameva Jayate (the truth alone shall triumph).

 

Madan Mohan Malviya’ was born on December 25, 1861 in Allahabad. His grandfather Pt Premdhar and father Pt Baijnath were Sanskrit scholars. His father, Pt Baijnath, was also an excellent Kathavachak (narrator of the stories from Bhagawat). Madan Mohan was married in 1878 to Kumari Devi of Mirzapur.

Madan Mohan’s education began at the age of five. He was a diligent boy. He matriculated in 1879 and joined the Muir Central College and graduated from the Calcutta University in 1884. He wished to devote himself entirely to the service of the nation. Though he studied law and passed the LL.B. examination in 1891 yet he was not interested in legal profession. He was given the title of ‘Mahamana’. He is most remembered as the founder of Banaras Hindu University (BHU) at Varanasi.

Madan Mohan Malviya was a great Scholar, educationist, man of action and a leader of tile national liberational movement. He became popular for his outspoken views about media as a subject of the British, the abject poverty of the masses and the indifference of the British towards them. He was duly appointed member of the Indian Industrial Commission in 1916. On account of his services to the Congress he was elected its President in 1909,1918,1932 and 1933.

Madan Mohan Malviya was a strong supporter of the Congress. He founded the Hindu Mahasabha in 1906. He became a High Court Vakil in 1893. He always preferred to public work over his legal work. He started many daily, weekly and monthly newspapers and magazines. He was the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Hindustan Times from 1924 to 1946.

Madan Mohan Malviya was a conservative in social matters. He believed in the ‘Vamashrama Dharma ‘ (caste system). He was known for his gentleness and humility. It will be true to say that he considered responsive co-operation a better policy than civil disobedience. He died on November 12, 1946 at the age of 85. He was posthumously conferred with Bharat Ratna, India’s highest civilian award, on 24 December 2014, a day before his 153rd Birth Anniversary. Madan Mohan Malviya occupied a very high position in Indian public life and his public activities were numerous.

SIYALI RAMAMRIT RANGANTYHAN
INDIAN FATHER OF LIBRARY SCIENCE
Father of Library Science

 

INDIAN FATHER OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE AND THE FOUNDER OF DEPARTMENT OF LIBRARY SCIENCE OF BANARAS HINDU UNIVERSITY PADMSHREE SIYALI RAMAMRIT RANGNATHYAN.

 

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BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION OF

DR. SIYALI RAMAMRIT RANGANATHAN

Father of Library Science

Libraries play a vital role in the development of our country. S. R. Ranganathan, who is known as “Father of Library Science in India”, was the first person one who identified the real need of libraries and library science education in our country.

India celebrates August 12 as Librarians Day in his honour.

Dr S.R.R. was born on August 9, 1892, to Ramamirtam Iyer and Sita Lakshmi Ammal at Shiyali (present Sirkazhi). His primary education started at Sabhanayaka Mudaliar’s Hindu High School in Shiyali. He took up his B.A. in 1913 at Madras Christian College and later M.A. (Mathematics) at Presidency College, Madras in 1916. His teaching career started with the Government Arts College, Mangalore in 1917 and then he joined Presidency College in 1921. He taught Mathematics and Physics.

In January 1924, Dr S.R.R. left Presidency College and took charge of the Madras University Library as University Librarian. He left for England in September 1925, to get trained in librarianship and completed a six month certificate course in library science. During this time, he visited many libraries and he found that the system of classification, cataloguing etc., was not scientific and there was a tremendous scope for the improvement in Library Science.

On his return from London in 1925, he took immediate steps to reorganize the University Library to attract more readers and classified its contents on scientific basis. Dr S.R.R. has written on almost all aspects of Library Science, such as Library Administration, Classification, Cataloguing etc., He published Colon Classification in the year 1933, which is based on Hindu Philosophy. He developed the concept of Librametry that is application of statistics to Library Science.

He started the Library Science Department in the year 1931 at Madras University. Because of Dr S.R.R’s interest, Madras became the first state in our country to enact the Madras Public Library Act (1957) and he persuaded the UNESCO to establish the Documentation Centre in New Delhi.

 

Dr S.R.R. was later invited to Banaras University and Delhi University. He was a Professor of Library Science in Delhi University from 1947 to 1955. He was Chairman of the UGC Library Commission and started DRTC (Documentation Research and Training Centre) at Bangalore to promote the research activities in the field of Library and Information Science. He died on Sept. 28, 1972. The best way to remember Dr S.R. Ranganathan is to publish good books, start well-equipped libraries in schools and also popularise the library movement in rural areas.

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