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Welcome to HIS,Padur-Library

“There is no friend as loyal as a book” -Ernest Hemingway


What’s New…..

Other current competitions…..

  • Amazon-Pen to Publish: Story Writing Contest(Last date:10 Mar 21)-Click here
  • Ministry of Jal Shakti: National Online Quiz Competition on Water-Click here
  • Logo Design Competition for National Centre for Sports(Last date: 10 Jan 21)-Click here
  • Toyota: Art Contest for age group of 8 to 15-Click here

Newly Added Books……


Library Activity-Writing my autobiography

How to write an Autobiography-click here

To submit your autobiography-Click here


Congratulations!!!!

London International Model United Nations initiated the LIMUN : HS Policy Project Competition for high school students. The students were encouraged to research on how education, combating hunger, environment, reduced inequalities or human rights relate to their local communities.

Mst Harsh Dubey ,  Ms Nivriti Senthil Kumar and  Mst Harshith Venkatesh’s policy projects were selected as one of the top 5 papers of the entire competition and received the HONOURABLE AWARD on 15 Jan 2021.


HIS-Padur: Pongal Celebrations


  • If you are interested, fill this form-Click here
  • A detailed instruction will be shared shortly.
  • For more information-Click here

Author of the Month-Julia Donaldson


Julia Donaldson CBE (born Julia Catherine Shields; born 16 September 1948) is an English writer, playwright and performer, and the 2011–2013 Children’s Laureate. She is best known for her popular rhyming stories for children, especially those illustrated by Axel Scheffler, which include The GruffaloRoom on the Broom and Stick Man. She originally wrote songs for children’s television but has concentrated on writing books since the words of one of her songs, “A Squash and a Squeeze”, were made into a children’s book in 1993. Of her 184 published works, 64 are widely available in bookshops. The remaining 120 are intended for school use and include her Songbirds phonic reading scheme, which is part of the Oxford University Press’s Oxford Reading Tree.


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