‘‘ Books are not man and yet they are alive. They are man’s memory and his aspirations. The link between his present and past, the tools he builds with. ’’ – S.V. BENET
The mind, like the body, needs to be nourished. For the mind’s nourishment, reading is essential. The library of the school is a spacious hall providing the children a collection of books and journals of all subjects. The books are classified, labelled and catalogued to help the child find the books easily. The students are encouraged to make good use of the library where the reading hall provides a conductive atmosphere for reading, for reference study and reflection.
The students are acquainted with its layout and the regulations governing its use, to facilitate reading, studying and research. The students are issued library cards and are trained to use them to access the books. They need to borrow and also to return them before the stipulated date. This inculcates a sense of responsibility not only with regards to returning the books in time but also to treat the books with care.