The library of the school is a house of numerous books, journals and periodicals across a wide array of disciplines, so to kindle and nurture the interests of the students in the areas of their likes, tastes and talents.

Our School has a spacious library and a reading room with over 6620 books. The collection of books ranges from academic, current topics, science, literature, sports etc. The library also subscribes to selected periodicals, weekly and monthly journals, magazines and newsletters, apart from national and local dailies. The Reference Section of the library has valuable encyclopedias, General Knowledge books.

1. Circulation Section

2. Reference Section

3. Periodical -cum- Reading Room

4. Library Automation:

  • Library has automated by using network based NewGenLib Open Source software.

5. Timing:

  • Staff: 10.00 am to 6.00 pm (Mon-Sat)
  • Students: 10.00 am to 6.00 pm (Mon-Sat)

6. Note :

  • Every student is issued one Library Card and two Borrower‟s Tickets for Home Lending.
  • Library remains closed on Sundays & all Public Holidays.

7. Library Staff:

  • Mr. Sambhaji G. Gaekwad – Librarian
  • Mr. Prakash Borkar – Library Attendant

8. Committee Members :

  • Mr. S. G. Gaikwad – Librarian
  • Mrs. Beena Naik
  • Mrs. Ujwala More
  • Mr. Laxminarayan M. Bhat

9. Library Rules:

  • Every student must have his/her valid Identity Card and Library Card while entering the library.
  • Every student must maintain silence and discipline in the Library. Misbehaviour on the part of students may invite penal action and denial of access to the Library.
  • A Library book once issued can be retained by a student for one week from the date of issue. A student will be charged a fine of Re.1/- per day per book for delay in returning a book. The books may be renewed on request, if there is no demand for them. Renewal will be at the discretion of the Librarian.
  • Periodicals, magazines, newspapers, journals etc. can be borrowed against the student‟s Identity Card, but cannot be taken out of the Reading Room. Similarly, books stamped as Reference Books will not be available for Home Lending, and must be referred to in the Reading Room of the library.
  • Students must handle the books, magazines, periodicals etc. belonging to the College library carefully and ensure the good condition of the same. A student found to have damaged books/periodicals/journals would be heavily fined.
  • Library Cards and Borrower‟s Tickets are not transferable. In case of such transfer, the student whose Card/Ticket has been transferred and also the one who has made use of such transferred Card/Ticket may be punished and denied entry in the Library thereafter.
  • In case of loss of a book, the student will have to replace the book or pay the market price of the book, as instructed by the Librarian.
  • All the Library Rules given in this Handbook as well as those periodically notified on the Notice Board will be binding on every student who is a member of the Library.
  • 5 books are issued for 7 days to General Streams & Vocational Streams.

Book Bank

At the beginning of the academic year, students from low-income groups are provided with a set of recommended books, as per their request and           availability of books. The Book Bank is enriched every year with standard textbooks on different subjects.

The scheme has been very successful as it allows poor and deserving students to get access to books and helps in their learning. Students are advised to familiarize themselves with Book Bank Rules and take advantage of the scheme. The Book Bank scheme, along with the Rules, is notified at the beginning of the year.


Periodicals Subscribed by Library:
Sr No.
Sr No.
India Today
Competition Success Review
Sports STar
Down to Earth
Inspirational Quote
Goa Today
Womens Era
Health & Nutrition
National Geography
The Teenager Today
Employment News
Carrers 360
Maneka ( Marathi)
Facts for you
Maher (Marathi)
MARG Bulletin
Vivek (Marathi)
Prabhodhan Goa
Lokprabha ( Marathi)