The Delhi Public School Hazaribag Library

The Delhi Public School Hazaribag Library is one of the hallmarks of the school. The library houses a wide variety of books and journals. It serves as store house of information related, to prescribed text books and beyond. Its purpose is to inculcate reading habit amongst students.

Renowned works of Fiction, Classics, Self Help Books, Science & Technology Periodicals, Journals related to history, culture, exploration along with selected local and national dailies will be housed here. All articles in the library will be carefully scanned and selected to ensure the correct development of the students. Here at Delhi Public School Hazaribag, we strongly believe that technology will never be able to replace books though it may well alter its appearance. A library endowed with thousands of articles and books coupled with a resource centre, carves out an impeccable amalgamation of wholesome knowledge provided to all the students. A huge spectrum of books authored by acclaimed writers of various genres is available to children at the Genesis Library. This encourages and inculcates in them a love for reading that not only provides sheer joy but also further develops and enhances many skills in them.

Further, the growth of information and communication technology (ICT) in society is reflected in government policies to encourage the use of ICT in education and the development of educational multimedia. As the role of educational multimedia increases, it is increasingly important to have an idea of the potential it affords for teaching and learning. Thus, by understanding its significance,

Our Library-Media Centre also features story telling counters where children can enjoy and relax by quietly listening to stories.

Library Rules

The School library is open to all students of Delhi Public School Hazaribag. One book per week will be issued to each student. The students should observe the following rules.
Students should borrow books only on their own cards.
Strict silence must be maintained in the library.
Reference books cannot be borrowed and must be used only in the library during a library class after school hours.
Books lost/damaged/disfigured will have to be replaced or paid for by the borrower.
Books have been arranged and catalogued. They must be put back in the proper shelf, if you are not borrowing the same. It will help to keep the library in order.
Personal books/belongings are not supposed to be brought into the library.
Any child found damaging or defacing a library book would be debarred from using the library for a time period, which will be decided upon by the school authorities.
No student may take books out of the library without the permission of the librarian.
The due date for returning the books is 7 days later from the date of issue.
Students should return books on /within the due dates, failing which a fine of Rs.5/- per day will be charged.
It is mandatory for students to return the books before Holidays and the School Examination.