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Published by narenkv193, 2019-03-05 05:39:52

NAREN NEWS LETTER

NAREN NEWS LETTER

KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA - RAJKOT

04/03/2019 LIBRARY Volume 1, Issue 1

Sh.Santosh Mall Library classes / time should LIBRARY ACTIVITY and other activities. Thankfully
be the most important part / some emphasis has come
one word, stating the class / period in a school’s across a lot of schools and is through extra reading evalua-
name of main character curriculum, but sadly this gets also categorized under the tion started by CCE, but still a
two words, describing sidelined across a lot of secondary priority when it hell lot is still to be done. A lot
the main character schools and is also categorized comes to course completion of work can be done in junior
three words, describing under the secondary priority and other activities. Thankfully classes to make them interest-
the setting when it comes to course com- some emphasis has come ed in reading.
four words, stating the pletion and other activities. through extra reading evalua- At our school we have been
problem Thankfully some emphasis has tion started by CCE, but still a working on this, I am listing
five words, describing come through extra reading hell lot is still to be done. A lot down my five favourite activi-
one event evaluation started by CCE, but of work can be done in junior ties we have
six words, describing a still a hell lot is still to be done. classes to make them interest- been
second eventInside this issue: A lot of work can be done in ed in reading.
junior classes to make them At our school we have been trying
Inside Story 2 interested in reading. working on this, I am listing to do with the students,
At our school we have been down my five favourite activi-
Inside Story 2 working on this, I am listing ties we have Caption describing picture or
down my five favourite activi- been graphic.
Inside Story 2 ties we have
been trying
Inside Story 3 to do with the students, Library
trying classes / time should be the
Inside Story 4 to do with the students, Library most important part /class /
classes / time should be the period in a school’s curriculum,
Inside Story 5 most important part /class / but sadly this gets sidelined
period in a school’s curriculum, across a lot of schools and is
Inside Story 6 but sadly this gets sidelined also categorized under the
secondary priority when it
comes to course completion

Secondary Story Headline Examples of possible headlines
include Product Wins Industry
This story can fit 75-125 words. Award, New Product Can Save
You Time!, Membership Drive
Your headline is an important Exceeds Goals, and New Office
part of the newsletter and Opens Near You.
should be considered carefully.

In a few words, it should accu-
rately represent the contents of
the story and draw readers into
the story. Develop the headline
before you write the story. This
way, the headline will help you
keep the story focused.

Newsletter Title Page 2

Caption de- Inside Story Headline of upcoming events or a special
scribing picture offer that promotes a new prod-
or graphic. This story can fit 150-200 uct.
words.
“To catch the You can also research articles
reader's One benefit of using your news- or find “filler” articles by ac-
attention, letter as a promotional tool is cessing the World Wide Web.
place an that you can reuse content You can write about a variety of
interesting from other marketing materials, topics but try to keep your arti-
sentence or such as press releases, market cles short.
quote from the studies, and reports.
story here.” Much of the content you put in
While your main goal of distrib- your newsletter can also be
Caption de- uting a newsletter might be to used for your Web site. Mi-
scribing picture sell your product or service, the crosoft Publisher offers a sim-
or graphic. key to a successful newsletter ple way to convert your newslet-
is making it useful to your read- ter to a Web publication. So,
ers. when you’re finished writing
your newsletter, convert it to a
A great way to add useful con- Web site and post it.
tent to your newsletter is to
develop and write your own
articles, or include a calendar

Inside Story Headline If the newsletter is distributed rial. You can also profile new
internally, you might comment employees or top customers or
This story can fit 100-150 upon new procedures or im- vendors.
words. provements to the business.
Sales figures or earnings will
The subject matter that ap- show how your business is
pears in newsletters is virtually growing.
endless. You can include sto-
ries that focus on current tech- Some newsletters include a
nologies or innovations in your column that is updated every
field. issue, for instance, an advice
column, a book review, a letter
You may also want to note busi- from the president, or an edito-
ness or economic trends, or
make predictions for your cus-
tomers or clients.

Inside Story Headline

This story can fit 75-125 words. thousands of clip art images
from which you can choose and
Selecting pictures or graphics is import into your newsletter.
an important part of adding There are also several tools you
content to your newsletter. can use to draw shapes and
symbols.
Think about your article and
ask yourself if the picture sup- Once you have chosen an im-
ports or enhances the message age, place it close to the article.
you’re trying to convey. Avoid Be sure to place the caption of
selecting images that appear to the image near the image.
be out of context.

Microsoft Publisher includes

Volume 1, Issue 1 Page 3

Inside Story Headline

This story can fit 150-200 of upcoming events or a special Caption describing pic-
words. offer that promotes a new prod- ture or graphic.
uct.
One benefit of using your news-
letter as a promotional tool is You can also research articles
that you can reuse content from or find “filler” articles by ac-
other marketing materials, such cessing the World Wide Web.
as press releases, market stud- You can write about a variety of
ies, and reports. topics but try to keep your arti-
cles short.
While your main goal of distrib-
uting a newsletter might be to Much of the content you put in
sell your product or service, the your newsletter can also be
key to a successful newsletter used for your Web site. Mi-
is making it useful to your read- crosoft Publisher offers a sim-
ers. ple way to convert your newslet-
ter to a Web publication. So,
A great way to add useful con- when you’re finished writing
tent to your newsletter is to your newsletter, convert it to a
develop and write your own Web site and post it.
articles, or include a calendar

Inside Story Headline If the newsletter is distributed rial. You can also profile new “To catch the
internally, you might comment employees or top customers or reader's
This story can fit 100-150 upon new procedures or im- vendors. attention,
words. provements to the business. place an
Sales figures or earnings will interesting
The subject matter that ap- show how your business is sentence or
pears in newsletters is virtually growing. quote from the
endless. You can include sto- story here.”
ries that focus on current tech- Some newsletters include a
nologies or innovations in your column that is updated every
field. issue, for instance, an advice
column, a book review, a letter
You may also want to note busi- from the president, or an edito-
ness or economic trends, or
make predictions for your cus-
tomers or clients.

Inside Story Headline

This story can fit 75-125 words. Microsoft Publisher includes Caption de-
thousands of clip art images scribing pic-
Selecting pictures or graphics is from which you can choose and ture or graphic.
an important part of adding import into your newsletter.
content to your newsletter. There are also several tools you
can use to draw shapes and
Think about your article and ask symbols.
yourself if the picture supports
or enhances the message Once you have chosen an im-
you’re trying to convey. Avoid age, place it close to the article.
selecting images that appear to Be sure to place the caption of
be out of context. the image near the image.

LIBRARY This would be a good place to insert a short paragraph
about your organization. It might include the purpose of
Primary Business Address the organization, its mission, founding date, and a brief
Address Line 2 history. You could also include a brief list of the types of
Address Line 3 products, services, or programs your organization of-
Address Line 4 fers, the geographic area covered (for example, west-
Phone: 555-555-5555 ern U.S. or European markets), and a profile of the
Fax: 555-555-5555 types of customers or members served.
E-mail: [email protected] It would also be useful to include a contact name for
readers who want more information about the organi-
Business Tagline or Motto zation.

Organization We’re on the Web!
example.com

Back Page Story Headline

This story can fit 175-225 newsletter a personal touch. good place to insert a clip art
words. If your organization is small, image or some other graphic.
you may want to list the
If your newsletter is folded names of all employees. Caption describing pic-
and mailed, this story will ture or graphic.
appear on the back. So, it’s a If you have any prices of
good idea to make it easy to standard products or ser-
read at a glance. vices, you can include a list-
ing of those here. You may
A question and answer ses- want to refer your readers to
sion is a good way to quickly any other forms of communi-
capture the attention of read- cation that you’ve created for
ers. You can either compile your organization.
questions that you’ve re-
ceived since the last edition You can also use this space
or you can summarize some to remind readers to mark
generic questions that are their calendars for a regular
frequently asked about your event, such as a breakfast
organization. meeting for vendors every
third Tuesday of the month,
A listing of names and titles or a biannual charity auction.
of managers in your organiza-
tion is a good way to give your If space is available, this is a


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