Walk to spread love for reading to be held

Walk to spread love for reading to be held

PUNE: Gyan Key, along with an NGO from Vietnam, has planned an international walk for books for rural India in Pune and Saswad on February 11 and 12. Around 200 students will participate in this walk organised to spread awareness about reading.

“Gyan Key has been working towards spreading the love for reading in rural areas for a long time now. A couple of officials from Vietnam were here some time ago, and they liked our work. So they decided to join us to spread awareness amongst people,” said Pradip Lokhande of Gyan Key.

The students will take a walk in Camp in Pune and in Saswad. 

“In the two-hour long walk, the students will make people aware of inculcating reading habit in their day-to-day life,” Lokhande said.

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