GD Goenka Public School is one of the best CBSE school in Sirsa provides a well-stocked library with different kinds of books, magazines, newspapers. The library has carefully chosen, age appropriate books targeted towards fun and learning. Apart from educational syllabus books, the students can access to a various of fiction and informative books to read, learn and have fun from. Learning through self-study and reading are important skills that ensures in developing habits of sustained learning.
Every child is encouraged to develop healthy reading habits by regularly visiting the library during fixed library periods and even during scheduled break times. Comfortable modern furniture in a state-of-the-art set up ensures a relaxed and enriching experience. We have a qualified librarian to maintain the library and make sure that each book or any other reading material is placed systematically, in an easily retrievable way.
Therefore, a library of book range from
* Encyclopedia
* World Book
* Reference Books
* NCERT books
* Various children’s’ magazines
* Newspapers and more
Library of GD Goenka Public School, encourages innovation and problem-solving. It is vital to the cultural and social life of the school. The school has a well stocked library with well trained staffs to keep the library in proper order and guide the students during their respective periods to make the maximum use of resources available.
The School Library is well equipped with books on all subjects, journals, periodicals, competitive magazines for both the students and staff. The latest books on all subjects are procured and made available for use. A specially designed Reading Room which provides separate enclosure for each student to enable him/her to have brush with the great authors which is a unique feature of the school. The Library is open from 8 A.M. to 2.00 P.M. on every working day. This centrally air-conditioned space houses a large and rich collection of fiction & non-fiction books and periodicals from Indian as well as foreign publishers. There is also a dedicated story telling area to encourage younger students to visit the library and hone their listening, comprehension, and observational skills while enjoying their favourite stories being narrated.
'Reading adds newer dimensions to the body of knowledge'.