Police opens public library
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, May 9: To build rapport with students, Police has opened a public library in the office of Superintendent of Police South City.
According to police, the library will have study material for competitive examinations including IAS and KAS.
“It is a beginning. More libraries will be opened. The idea is to guide people especially students by providing them study material,” Superintendent of Police South city, Sujit Kumar said, adding NCERT, IGNOU and other books had been procured for students aspiring to prepare for IAS and KAS/
Kumar said hundreds of aspirants didn’t get proper study material here. “They will not have to travel to Delhi and can get it from the police library. Aspirants can avail books easily. They just need to show their identity and can procure any book,” he added.
He said the library was inaugurated by Deputy Inspector General Kashmir, Abdul Gani Mir along with Senior Superintendent of Police Srinagar, Syed Ashiq Bukhari.
Mir hoped that the library would be an ideal place for students to gain knowledge.
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