Books assigned to students to enter the competition

Organized for the first time this year under the coordination of the Adıyaman Provincial Directorate of National Education, the award-winning book reading competition of the project “He who reads a lot”…

Books were distributed to the students who will participate in the competition under the support program of the award-winning book reading competition, the first of which was held this year under the coordination of the Adıyaman Provincial Directorate of National Education.

Governor Mahmut Çuhadar, Mayor Süleyman Kılınç, Rector of Adıyaman University Prof. DR. Mehmet Turgut, Deputy Governor İhsan Maskar, Provincial Director of National Education Ramazan Aşcı, school administrators, teachers and students attended. In order to make reading a life skill and an indispensable life habit, the book reading competition for the “He who reads a lot, travels a lot” project was held by the Provincial Directorate of National Education under the auspices of the Adıyaman Governor’s Office for practice. Provincial Director of National Education Ramazan Aşcı, who delivered the program’s opening speech, said: “This year we launched the first of our book reading competition for the Who Reads a Lot project, which is being carried out with the contributions of our governor and our community. By reading at least two books at a time, he will have read 120,000 books in a very short time. It is not possible to understand without reading, to interpret without understanding, and to express oneself without interpreting. It is an important project for our children to read and improve themselves. The books read are then given away to libraries. It helps increase the number of books in our libraries. With the campaigns that we carried out as Provincial Directorate of National Education, We offered our students about 1 million 500 thousand books and increased the number of books per student from 2.8 to 10 per student in a very short time. We also want to create a culture of reading books for our students in our city,” he said.

On the other hand, the rector of Adıyaman University, Prof. DR. Mehmet Turgut, said in his speech: “My advice to young people is that you read enough to be able to present yourself as an intellectual Turkish citizen. Know everything, know everything. Every book you look at or “read will give you something. Seize every moment you find reading a book,” he said.

Mayor Süleyman Kılınç stated that they are always happy to participate financially and morally in such beautiful projects.

Adıyaman Governor Mahmut Çuhadar mentioned the importance of reading books, saying: “A library project for every school. At the number of 6.6 books per student set by our ministry, our province was far behind with 2.8 books. In a short time we have reached the number of 6.6 per student, now 10 per student. We have reached the number of books in the first 3 provinces of Turkey. Our goal is to be 1st place in Turkey with the number of 12 books per student. Even if you are 1st in Turkey, the books mean nothing numerically as long as they stay in the library. Therefore, our young people should definitely read these books. Having a library in every school is a very good campaign, but these books definitely need to be read. Our generation could not have access to the book. There are tens of thousands of books that the current generation can reach and there are libraries in every school. Our young people shouldn’t waste their time, time is our precious commodity. Don’t buy a tag. If you try to buy it, you cannot buy it. you are therefore you must make good use of the time and the future you are in. Reading a book takes you to the four corners of the world and even to other universes. The smell of the books attracts the content of the book, you live in it and it stays with you for life. That’s why reading a book is different. My advice is to read lots of books. Set a goal of a few books a month and read those books. Only then do we become people who have evolved. Don’t discriminate between the books you read. I would like to thank our director of national education for bringing this beautiful project to life, our mayor, our principal and our national education staff for their unwavering support.”

The program ended with the handover of the books to the school administration for distribution to the students.

Books assigned to students to enter the competition

Books assigned to students to enter the competition

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