We have a good school library with more than 5000 books and more than 15 periodicals. The Reference Section has a variety of standard encyclopedias, dictionaries and reference books.
There are well qualified librarians and assistants as library staff, who are always ready to render any help to the users of the library. The library has a photocopier. The students can take copies of any relevant article from the reference section of the library.
Students are permitted to borrow only one book at a time and should retain it only for a period of one week.
The librarian may call for the return of a particular book even before the expiry of the due date. Reference books and periodicals should not be taken out out of the Reading Room.
A borrower who does not return a book by the due date will be allowed a grace period of one week. If he fails to return the book even after the grace period, he will be liable to pay a fine at the rate of Rs.10/- per week.
Borrowers should report any damage, loss of pages, pictures etc to the librarian before they accept the books.
Books borrowed are non – transferable. It is the responsibility of the borrowers to take care of the books borrowed by them.
If any book is lost, damaged or badly handled, the actual cost for replacement of the book will have to be paid by the borrower.
Every book borrowed should be returned by the end of February every year. The actual cost for replacement will be realized from defaulters.
Strict silence should be maintained inside the Library.