Online shopkeepers have had a major impact on reading habits worldwide. But do they also affect the Indian landscape? To assess the impact, let's talk about changes in train routines in India.
Reading is the method of using "eyes" and "minds" people to understand the literal and hidden meaning what the writer is trying to convey. Teachers consider good reading habits based on four levels:
- Supervision of vocabulary
- Analysis of understanding
- Ready to understand
What is "read routine"?
Before discussing the discussion, it is necessary to describe what is "train routine". Reading text is not available. In fact, it is read as a hobby that makes a cut. So reading a novel, poetry, biography or books by Indian writers about travel, horticulture, health or recreation would come under his scope. I would quote a few lines from the international paper that I describe the better. "Reading a routine is the list of personal research and self-study. It should follow self-esteem and analysis, and only such self-study on their own can develop into a good reading habits."
India has been an interesting example of the issue for audience readers. On the one hand, relatively little loosely (65%) challenge in publishing companies or online bookshops, however, with only 7% of Indian surfing on the web, it can be said that the Indian print shop is far away from being digitized as it has be the case in developed nations. The range available can be estimated by the average US reading 20,000 pages per year, while India only read 320 pages. Cultural education, education development (literacy, libraries) and economic conditions go a long way in influencing train habits. It will not be wrong to assume that low income per capita has meant that books are beyond the scope of common Indians, leading to bad numbers as previously mentioned. But figures also indicate that train practices are highly influenced by culture. States like Kerala, Maharashtra and West Bengal show strong train practices, although their income on the population is lower than the states of Haryana and Punjab. Another often neglected case has been easy access to books that could be solved by the upcoming bookstores in India .
Why do Indians read?
So how have train habits changed in India over the years? As we saw that India suffers from the mini-talks, but when you think that three decades ago our lockout levels were half of what they are today, it shows an optimistic scenario. It would be interesting to know why the Indians read. Around the world there are some common reasons for reading to satisfy one's curiosity. to increase knowledge of views, to form opinions, to get acquainted with current issues, to develop critical thinking and mature judgment, to know the human environment or to identify themselves with a group. Thus, we can broadly share an approach to read as either functional, ie. to improve talent or mental, ie imagination or discussion.
A study conducted by the Indian Streams Research Journal (ISRJ) to identify trainers' trainees for D.Ed. of course, showed that for only 12% of respondents reading was a routine and almost three quarters read just to improve skills. With teachers who play a key role in setting train paths among students as school days are formal years, it is not surprising that reading where a routine is not picking up as teachers themselves do not seem to be motivated. National Book Trust (NBT) in India made readers survey in 2009 among young people (13-35 years old) who showed that less than 20% said their parents were encouraged to do so.
Results 19659002] Without being rude, we can say that Indian readers are looking for similar benefits from the book that they can have from newspapers ie. reading for information, to improve English, etc. The success of brochures by top Indian authors such as Chetan Bhagat shows "Paisa Vasool" is the underlying mantra to select titles to read. But that does not mean that the image is sad. With proven ability of regional Indian authors, one way translation of their quality products in English might be. This would increase their reach and impact. As CEO of the famous version once said, "I do not know if people are reading but as long as someone is buying – I will take sales." Indeed, the book banking market is expected to increase by 50 percent year-on-year. So the market is there and online shopping online in India is growing.
With more online bookstores coming in India and books by Indian authors who encourage the reader's understanding, ie. imagination or impulse public debate, the future has a better part in the store. When we create the right environment (the role of parents and teachers is becoming increasingly important in reducing reading habits) and indicators such as reading levels, income per person, etc., we could see reading habits that add more value to the lives of readers.
Source by Saket Saurabh