The library is the intellectual store house of the school. Students must take full advantage of it and develop their knowledge bank.
Students are not allowed to bring to the library their own books or any other personal belongings. A personal diary may, however, be taken for the purpose of making notes.
Strict discipline and silence is to be observed in the library and Reading Room.
Books are issued to the students during the lunch interval or at any other convenient time. Pupils from Class V onward must read at least 8 English and 4 Hindi books in an year. One page summary of each book read must be shown to the class teacher or else 2 marks for every book not read will be reduced from English and Hindi paper in the terminal examination.
Books lost, spoiled or damaged in any way will have to be
made good by the borrower with full payment. Marking.
underlining, cutting, tracing, or defacing pages of the books
are strictly prohibited.
Magazines, reviews and other periodicals should not be taken
out of the library. The same applies for reference books.
which must be immediately returned after consultation.
Students of Classes III to X are members of the library, however only students of Classes V to X may borrow books.
Only one book is borrowed at a time. A book may be retained only for seven days, after which a fine of Re. 1/- per day will be charged if the borrower fails to return the book.
A book may be re-issued only for one more Week. However books damaged by borrowers will not be re-issued.