The Circulation Section contains over 10,000 books issued and returned through bar-code reader mode, which also enables enquiries regarding availability of library materials, reminders, decisions on the suitability of books for the borrower and suggestions for acquiring new books. Our collection includes novels, biographies, fiction, as well as books on 20 subject areas including general awareness, philosophy, ethics, language learning, personality development, religion, history, art and craft, cookery, sports, computers, science and other academic topics for examinations. We specialize in latest editions and publications by famous and contemporary Indian and international authors in Indian and foreign languages. We also have a good collection of books on latest teaching-learning methodology for our teachers’ reference.

The Reference Section includes over 25 standard reference titles like Encyclopedia Britannica, World Book, The Encyclopedia of Computer Science & Technology, Cromptons Britannica, Encyclopedia of World History, Encyclopedia of Social Science and 16 titles of latest editions of dictionaries like Oxford Advanced Learner, World Book of Dictionary, Webster’s Encyclopedia Dictionary, and Indian and foreign language dictionaries. We constantly upgrade the reference section with the latest available information updates in electronic media and books.

The Periodicals Section displays over 30 journals as well as 10 news papers including Times of India, The Economic Times, The Hindu and various local dailies.

The E-Resources Section includes a state of the art collection of CDs, VCDs, self development movies, children’s films, GK, Maths and Science project resources, and vocal and instrumental music recorded by eminent artists.

Information has become a vital source for world economies and is certainly the basic component of education. It is a vital element to technological and scientific change and poses several challenges to individuals in all walks of life. Thus, information is the first step to gaining knowledge and the library is a key place in the new information age of modern society. It serves as a central workshop where students can develop reading habits and teachers can supplement the curricular needs of students, and pursue action research.