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LIBRARIANS DIARY

INDEX

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1. Code of conduct for teachers
2. Resume of the Librarian
3. Academic and Non-academic responsibilities
4. Details of the In-service courses attended
5. Transfer Details
6. Library Time Table
7. Details of the Library Budget
8. Quarterly Library Statistics (As per the library policy)
9. List of Periodicals and Newspapers
1 Monthly Class-wise Information Literacy Syllabus
0.
1 List of Library Committee Members
1.
1 Record of Library Committee meetings
2.
1 Annual Library Activity Plan (ALAP)
3.
1 Month Wise details of Library Technical / Managerial works
4. done
1 Details of projects / innovations / experiments
5.
1 Details of collaborative learning activities with teachers and
6. students
1 List of professional reading, done by the Librarian
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1 Details of work done, other than as a Library professional
8.
1 Record of CL/CCL/HPL availed
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Code of Conduct for Teachers
1. Every teachers shall, by precept and example, instill in the minds of the pupils, entrusted
in his care, love of the motherland,
2. Every teacher shall , by precept and example, inculcate in the minds of his pupils respect
for law and order,
3. Every teacher shall organize and promote all school activities which foster a feeling of
universal brotherhood among the pupils,
4. Every teacher shall, by precept and example, promote tolerance for all religions among his
pupils,
5. No teacher shall be a member of any political party or carry on activities either openly or
in camera in support of any such party. He shall also not have any association with either
any political party or any organization, which has been declared by the Sangathan to be
carrying out its activities against the aims, objects and functions of the Kendriya
Vidyalayas,
6. The teacher shall always be on the alert to see that his pupils also do not take active part
in politics.
7. No teacher shall be a member of the State or Central Legislature. He shall resign his job
before standing for election as a candidate.
8. Every teacher must take a stand against unhealthy and unsocial customs and practices in
modern society and must strive his best to instill in the minds of his pupils the principles of
co-operation and social service.
9. Every teacher shall co-operate with and secure the co-operation of other persons in all
activities which aim at the improvement of the moral, mental and physical well being of
pupils,
10.Every teacher must be strictly impartial in his relations with all his pupils. He should be
sympathetic and helpful particularly to the slow learners.
11.Every teacher must be a learner throughout his life not only to enrich his own life, but also
of those who are placed in his care. He should plan out his work on approved lines and do
it methodically, vigilantly, eschewing all extraneous activities.
12.Every teacher must regard each individual pupil as capable of unique development and of
taking his due place in the society, and help him to be creative as well as co-operative.
13.Every teacher should be temperate and sober in his habits. He should scrupulously avoid
smoking, chewing of betel leaves and such other undesirable habits in the presence of
students and within the precincts of the Vidyalaya.
14.Every teacher should have an exemplary moral character. His dealing with the members of
the other sex in the Vidyalaya or outside should not be such as would cause reflection on
his character or bring discredit the Vidyalaya.
15.Every teacher should take pride in his calling and try to promote the dignity and solidarity
of his profession.
16.Every teacher must be an advocate of freedom of thought and expression, and the
development of scientific temper in himself and his students.
17.No teacher shall indulge in or encourage any form of malpractice connected with
examinations or other school activities.
18.Confidential matters relating to the institution and the development shall not be divulged
by any teachers.
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19.No teacher shall undertake private tuition or private employment or otherwise engage
himself in any business. Any teacher violating these instructions will be liable to
disciplinary action under the C.C.S. (CCA) Rules 1965, as extended to the employees of the
Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan.
20.Every teacher should be clean and trim, not casual and informal, while on duty. His dress
should be neat and dignified. He should on no account be dressed so as to become an
object of excitement or ridicule or pity at the hands of the students and his colleagues,
21.Every teacher should be punctual in attendance, in respect of his class work as also for
any other work connected with the duties assigned to him by the Principal. He should
realize that he is a member of the team and should help in developing a corporate life in
the school. Every teacher should abide by the rules and regulations of the Vidyalaya and
show due respect to the constituted authority, diligently carrying out instructions issued to
him by the superior authority. Every teacher should avoid monetary transaction with the
pupils and parents and refrain from exploiting his Vidyalaya influence for personal ends.
He shall generally conduct his personal matters in such a manner that he does not incur a
debt beyond his means to repay.
22.No teacher shall prepare or publish any textbook or keys or assist directly or indirectly in
their preparation, or use such publications without obtaining prior approval of the
Sangathan.
23.No teacher shall engage himself as a selling agent or canvasser for any publishing firm /
trader.
24.No teacher shall apply for an assignment or job outside the Sangathan direct. He shall
invariably forward his application through proper channel.
25.No teacher shall represent his grievances, if any, except through proper channel, not will
he canvass for any non-official or outside influence or support in respect of any matter
pertaining to his service in the Vidyalaya.
26.Every teacher shall conder Vidyalaya property and funds as if placed in trust with him and
shall exercise the same prudence and care as he would do in respect of his own property
or funds.
27.(a) No teacher shall accept or permit any member of his family or any other person acting
on his behalf to accept any gift from any pupil, parent or any person with whom he has
come into contact by virtue of his position in the Vidyalaya. Explanation: The expression
gift shall include free transport, board, lodging or other service or any other pecuniary
advantage when provided by any person other than a near relation or personal friend
having no official dealings with him. Note: A casual meal, list or other social hospitality of a
casual nature shall not be deemed to be a gift. (b) On occasions, such as weddings,
anniversaries, funerals or religious functions where the making of a gift is in conformity
with the prevailing religious or social practice gifts may be accepted if the vale thereof
does not exceed Rs. 250/- in case of Group C and Rs. 1000/- in respect of Group A and
Group B employees.
28.No teacher shall, except with the previous sanction of the Sangathan give any talk on the
radio, publish any statement or document either in his own name or anonymously,
pseudonymously or in the name of any other person, which has the effect of an adverse
criticism of any current or recent policy or action of the Central Government or a State
Government, or which is capable of embarrassing the relations between the Central
Government and a State Government or between the Central Government and the
Government of any foreign State.

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29.No teacher shall, except with the previous sanction of the competent authority, ask for or
accept contribution or other collections in cash or in kind in pursuance of any object,
whatsoever.
30.It shall be the duty of every teacher
a. To respect the National Flag and National Anthem
b. To promote harmony and the spirit of common brotherhood amongst all the people of
India transcending religious, linguistic and regional or sectional diversities and to
renounce practices derogatory to the dignity of women.
c. To develop scientific temper, humanism and spirit of inquiry and reform.
d. To safeguard public property and to abjure violence.
e. To strive towards excellence in all spheres of individual and collective activity so that
the national constantly rises to higher levels of endeavor and achievement.
31.If a teacher is convicted by a Court of Law or arrested, it will his duty to inform his
immediate superior the fact of his conviction or arrested and the circumstances connected
therewith as soon as it is possible for him to do so. Failure to do so will be regarded as
deliberate suppression of material information and will render him liable to disciplinary
action in accordance with the C.C.S. (C.C.A.) Rules as extended to the employees of
Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan.
32.(a) Every teacher shall at all times:
a. Maintain absolute integrity;
b. Maintain devotion to duty;
c. Do nothing which is unbecoming of an employee of the Sangathan

(b) Nothing contained in part (a) of this Article shall be deemed to take away or abridge
the right of a teacher:

a. to appear at any examination to improve his qualifications

b. to become or to continue to be a member of any literary, scientific or professional


organization

c. to make any representation for the redressal of any bonafide grievances, subject
to the condition that such representation is not made in any rude or indecorous
language.

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RESUME OF THE LIBRARIAN
Name of the teacher :
Designation :
Qualification :
Mother / Father/ Husbands name :
Employee cod :
Date of Birth :
Local Address :
Permanent Address :
Phone No. :
Mother tongue

Blood Group :

Marital Status :

Seniority No. :

Awards Obtained :

Details of NCC, Scouting/ AEP/ G&C :

GPF / CPF No. :

PAN No. :

Subjects/ Classes taught :

Class Teacher / Co-Class Teacher :

Date of joining KVS :

Date of confirmation of present post :

Date of joining present post :

E-mail school :

E-mail self :

Thinkquest / E-ctlt id :

Hometown :

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Hobbies & interests :

Basic pay :

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ACADEMIC & NON ACADEMIC RESPONSIBILITIES

Academic:

Non Academic:

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DETAILS OF IN-SERVICE COURSE ATTENDED
S Name of the Course Year Venue
N

TRANSFER DETAILS
Reason for leaving
(Direct /
Promotion /
Name of the Designati
From To Request Transfer /
School on
Surplus Transfer /
Public Transfer /
Other)

LIBRARY TIME TABLE


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LIBRARY BUDGET DETAIL

ACADEMIC SESSION: ______________

TOTAL ALLOCATED BUDGET:

SPLIT UP DETAIL:

AMOUNT
SN MONTHS BALANCE DETAILS
SPENT

1. APRIL

2. MAY

3. JUNE

4. JULY

5. AUGUST

6. SEPTEMBER

7. OCTOBER

8. NOVEMBER

9. DECEMBER

10. JANUARY

11. FEBRUARY

12. MARCH

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QUARTERLY LIBRARY STATISTICS

(From April to June)


1 Total number of books 8. Number of users
.
2 Number of text books 9. Number &
. percentage of
collection issued on
any given day
3 Number of Reference 1 Number of books
. Books 0. issued during stated
period
4 Number of general 1 Average books
. (fiction and non fiction) 1. issued per user per
books unit time
5 Subject wise number of 1 Number of
. books 2. recommendations
received for
purchase of books
per year
6 Number of Periodicals 1 Number of new
. 3. books added in the
quarter
7 Number of multimedia
.

QUARTERLY LIBRARY STATISTICS

(From July to September)


1 Total number of books 8. Number of users
.
2 Number of text books 9. Number &
. percentage of
collection issued on
any given day
3 Number of Reference 1 Number of books
. Books 0. issued during stated
period
4 Number of general 1 Average books
. (fiction and non fiction) 1. issued per user per
books unit time
5 Subject wise number of 1 Number of
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. books 2. recommendations
received for
purchase of books
per year
6 Number of Periodicals 1 Number of new
. 3. books added in the
quarter
7 Number of multimedia
.

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QUARTERLY LIBRARY STATISTICS

(From October to December)


1 Total number of books 8. Number of users
.
2 Number of text books 9. Number &
. percentage of
collection issued on
any given day
3 Number of Reference 1 Number of books
. Books 0. issued during stated
period
4 Number of general 1 Average books
. (fiction and non fiction) 1. issued per user per
books unit time
5 Subject wise number of 1 Number of
. books 2. recommendations
received for
purchase of books
per year
6 Number of Periodicals 1 Number of new
. 3. books added in the
quarter
7 Number of multimedia
.

QUARTERLY LIBRARY STATISTICS

(From January to March)


1 Total number of books 8. Number of users
.
2 Number of text books 9. Number &
. percentage of
collection issued on
any given day
3 Number of Reference 1 Number of books
. Books 0. issued during stated
period
4 Number of general 1 Average books
. (fiction and non fiction) 1. issued per user per
books unit time
5 Subject wise number of 1 Number of
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. books 2. recommendations
received for
purchase of books
per year
6 Number of Periodicals 1 Number of new
. 3. books added in the
quarter
7 Number of multimedia
.

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LIST OF PERIODICALS AND NEWSPAPERS

Daily: Monthly:

Weekly:

Fortnightly:

Quarterly:

Half Yearly:

Annual:

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CLASS WISE INFORMATION LITERACY
Month : April

CLA Information Methodology Instructional Evaluation /


SS Literacy / Library Aids used Assignments
Concepts Activities

Month : July

CLA Information Methodology Instructional Evaluation /


SS Literacy / Library Aids used Assignments
Concepts Activities

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Month : August

CLA Information Methodology Instructional Evaluation /


SS Literacy / Library Aids used Assignments
Concepts Activities

Month : September

CLA Information Methodology Instructional Evaluation /


SS Literacy / Library Aids used Assignments
Concepts Activities

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Month : October

CLA Information Methodology Instructional Evaluation /


SS Literacy / Library Aids used Assignments
Concepts Activities

Month : November

CLA Information Methodology Instructional Evaluation /


SS Literacy / Library Aids used Assignments
Concepts Activities

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Month : December

CLA Information Methodology Instructional Evaluation /


SS Literacy / Library Aids used Assignments
Concepts Activities

Month : January

CLA Information Methodology Instructional Evaluation /


SS Literacy / Library Aids used Assignments
Concepts Activities

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Month : February

CLA Information Methodology Instructional Evaluation /


SS Literacy / Library Aids used Assignments
Concepts Activities

Month : March

CLA Information Methodology Instructional Evaluation /


SS Literacy / Library Aids used Assignments
Concepts Activities

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MONTHLY LIBRARY ACTIVITIES

Months Library Activities Outcome

April

May

June

July

August

Septem
ber

October

Novemb
er

Decemb
er

January

Februar
y

March

LIBRARY COMMITTEE MEMBERS


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Academic Year:_________

S Names Members
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1. Chairman
2. Teacher
Member
3. Teacher
Member
4. Teacher
Member
5. Teacher
Member
6. Teacher
Member
7. Student
Member
8. Student
Member
9. Secretary

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RECORD OF LIBRARY COMMITTEE MEETINGS

Months Minutes
April

May

une

uly

August

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September

October

November

December

anuary

February

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March

ANNUAL LIBRARY ACTIVITY PLAN (ALAP)


vents Dates Activities
rientation Beginning of the Distribution of library membership card
session Primary books for class libraries
ternational Children's Book Day 2nd April Exhibition, Book Reviews
World Book & Copyright Day 23rd April Meet the Author
auguration of Reader's Club 24th April Reader's Club Activity
Seminar, Exhibition, Library Quiz,
Meet the Author etc.
arry Potter Birthday Celebration 21st July Harry Potter Quiz
th
iroshima Day 6 August Display of Materials on Board
th
brarians Day 12 August Talk by eminent Librarian
dependence Day 13-14 August Exhibition of books on freedom struggle
eacher's Day 04-05 Sept. Exhibition of books on or by Dr. S.
Radhakrishnan
indi Fortnight 13-27 Sept Exhibition of popular Hindi books in the
library & competition
andhi Jayanti 01-02 Oct Exhibition of books on or by Mahatma
Gandhi
ternational School Library Day 26th Oct Talk by an eminent Librarian
hildren's Day 13-14 Nov Exhibition of books on or by Pt Nehru
ational Library Week 14-20 Nov Competition:
1. Designing book jackets
2. Story Telling
3. Book Reading
4. Library Quiz
5. Designing Bookmarks
6. Find the book
ational Youth Day 10-12 Jan Exhibition of books on or by Swami
Vivekananda
epublic Day 24-26 Jan Exhibition of books on freedom fighters,
society & constitutions
creening of Educational CD Once in a month Screening of Educational VCDs for children

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est Reader Awards For best library Distributed on the Annual Day Function
users from each
class
ook Collection March Collection of library cards, Collection of
books, Stock Verification

Month Wise details of Library Technical / Managerial works done

onths Library Technical / Managerial Work

pril

ay

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ugust

ptember

ctober

ovember

ecember

nuary

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bruary

arch

Details of Project / Innovation / Experiments

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Details of collaborative learning activities with teachers
and students
MONTH: __________________

S. Name of the Details of the


No Date/Period Teachers/Students collaborative learning
activities done

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List of professional reading done by the Librarian
S Title Author Accession Gist
.No No

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Details of work done, other than as a Library professional
(Monthly)

onths Work Done

pril

ay

ne

ly

ugust

eptember

ctober

ovember

ecember

nuary

ebruary

arch

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