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Reading marathon held by Civil Services Club

Tuesday, 28 January 2020 | Staff Reporter | Bhopal

The reading marathon was organised in the city to commemorate 70 years of the Indian Constitution. It was organised by the Civil Services Club.

It is to be noted that more than 500 youth reached the Civil Services Club to participate in this competition organised on the most popular book of the constitution written by M. Laxmikant.

But, due to limited seats, only 200 people could participate in the quiz.

The activity started at 12 noon and continued till 4 pm.

At the beginning of the activity, reading coach Lakshmi Sharan Mishra suggested the participants, to read and learn any topic quickly.

While addressing the participants, Mishra said, "No book is completely new to you. You already know many things written in that book. Those who repeat often cause disinterest in that subject." he advised that so whenever you sit reading something, first of all close your eyes and think about what you know about that subject right now." Then he said, "Then start reading the book. Now you will discover new information in the book at one glance." he also told them to read all the new information found in the book understand it and then check it with your previous knowledge. he then said that add new information to the previous knowledge, create a new visual in the mind and recall this visual repeatedly.

Then, the quizzes were also organised during the reading marathon. Around four quizzes were held. During each quiz, 10 questions were asked in this quiz by dividing the book into four parts. Vasudev Chauhan was the quizmaster in this quiz.

Questions like In which state of India is the Chakma tribal Government? Under which organisation does the 'Team India Wing' works? In which year was the last meeting of the National Development Council was held? CBI was established on the recommendation of which committee? were asked.

First prize was won by Sangeet Choubey. Ranjeet Tripathi and Shashank Agarwal won the second and third prize respectively.

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