Mysuru, February 9:- “Reading habit is always valued. It is helpful for everyone. Various publications are working to provide books to persons who are hunger for reading. Book culture is a culture giving emphasis to knowledge. If the reading habit is cultivated among the public, then only the culture will survive,” said writer, Samskruti Subrahmanya on Saturday.
He was speaking at a session organised by Jana Janeyara Balaga at JSS Arts, Commerce and Science College on Mysuru-Ooty Road here.
“There have been a lot of changes in printing. But we are still lagging behind in proof-reading. Mistakes are common in every field. Several mistakes are seen in print as well. They have to be solved. Or else, the same will be carried to the generation next. It cannot be solved only by technology. It needs skill which can be attained by such workshops,” he added.
CEO of the college Prof B V Sambashivaiah inaugurated the programme.
Principal Prof M Mahadevappa, Dr B S Sudeep and others were present. (MR/GK)