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Library Collection

The Library has a total collection of 14572 books in English, Hindi and Sanskrit. Some of the collections are also available in the form of CDs and DVDs received with books and magazines. 

  • JOURNALS

    • JOURNAL OF INDIAN EDUCATION
    • INDIAN EDUCATIONAL REVIEW
    • SCHOOL SCIENCE
    • BHARTIYA ADHUNIK SHIKHA
    • INDIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOMETRY
    • PSYCHO LINGUA
    • PRACHI JOURNAL OF PSYCHO CULTURAL DIMENSION
    • BEHAVIOURAL SCIENTIST
    • PRATHMIK SHIKSHAK
    •  ANWESHIKA
    •  SHIKSHA MITRA
    •  THE TEACHER SUPPORT
    •  RECENT RESEARCH IN EDUCATION & PSYCHOLOGY
    •  KURUKSHETRA A JOURNAL ON RURAL DEVELOPMENT
    •  JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL PLANNING AND ADMINISTRATION
    •  INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EDUCATION & MANAGEMENT STUDIES
    •  BRICK JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
    •  JOURNAL EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH
  • Newspapers

S. No.

Title

Language

1

The Tribune

English

2

Dainik Bhaskar

Hindi

3

Hari Bhoomi

Hindi

4

Dainik Jagaran

Hindi

5

Punjab Kesari

Hindi

  • Magazines

S. No.

Title

Periodicity

1

India Today

Monthly

2

Samsamyaki

Monthly

3

Success Mirror

Monthly

4

Competition Success

Monthly

5

Partiyogita Darpan

Monthly

 

6

Out Look

Monthly

  • Circulation Service

    The members can get the books issued and returned from the library according to their category. There are well laid norms for issue and return.

    Timings for issue and return:

Monday to Friday:  

10:30 a.m. to 12:00 Noon
01:00 p.m. to 03:00 p.m.

Saturday:

10:30 a.m. to 12:00 Noon

  • Loan Privileges 

    The number of books that could be borrowed by a member from the library at a time varies category wise. Generally the books are lent for a period of 14 days.  

S. No.

Category of member

No. of books

No. of days

1.

Faculty Members

10

30

2.

Non-teaching Staff

4

20

3.

M. Ed.

3

14

4.

B. Ed.

2

14

5.

D.Ed

2

14

 
Book may be re-issued if it is not in demand, but this will be at the discretion of the Librarian. The period of loan can be extended by the Librarian on the merit of individual case. 

The reference books are not issued. They are meant for consultation within the library
premises only. 

  • Reference Service

    We provide personalized reference service to our readers. It is our whole hearted endeavor to provide right and timely information. The readers can approach the staff, which provides the needful. Question Papers pertaining to previous years' examinations are also stocked in the reference collection of the Library. 
  • Photocopy Service
     
    The Library provides its readers the in-house Xerox facility. This enables them to get the required and non issuable reading material Xeroxed.  

  • Library Timings & Rules

    The library remains open from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. from Monday to Saturday. We offer its services around the year by keeping its doors open to the readers. 

  • Library Rules
    • All the students, teachers as well as the non-teaching staff members are the members of the library.
    • The Librarian at the discretion of Principal may allow others to make casual use of library.
    • Before entering the library, personal belongings of the readers must be kept at the entrance.
    • There is an over due charge of Re.1/- (Rupee One) per day on every book beyond the allowed lending period.
    • Members are responsible for any damage caused by them to the books or other property belonging to the library and shall be required to pay the penalty imposed upon them by the Librarian.
    • A borrower shall replace a book if it is lost while in custody.
    • In case borrower fails to replace a lost or damaged book within a month from the due date of its return, he/she shall pay to the Library the full cost of the book.
    • Librarian may recall any books from the borrower at any time after issue.
    • The reference books, journals and dissertations etc. shall not be issued.
    • In special cases, the Librarian at his/her discretion may issue a reference book for a short period.
  • Code of conduct in the Library
    • Using the Library and borrowing books from it, is a privilege given to the members. Any misuse of this or violation of any rules or codes may lead to the cancellation of this privilege.
    • The use of mobile phones in the Library is prohibited. Phones should either be switched off, or set to silent ring mode. Failure with these requirements may result in a fine and/or exclusion from the Library.
    • Marking of books, dog-earing of pages and soling of books may deprive a member of his/her privilege.
    • Members may give suggestions on acquisition of books, journals etc. and on all round improvement of the Library. Complaints, if any, be submitted to the Librarian in writing for proper action. Library rules may be amended or altered as and when necessary. For the final examination, the students are privileged to get the books issued on security that is refundable. After getting the no-dues cleared from the library, the students can get the security refund from the library itself.