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Libraries, often referred as the “Temple of Knowledge”, are more than just buildings filled with books. They are vibrant and indispensable hubs of education, culture, and community engagement. Spanning the globe, libraries stand as enduring symbols of humanity’s intellectual achievements, offering a wealth of information, inspiration, and creativity. From the venerable institutions of the past to the contemporary, technology-driven information centres, these establishments have played a pivotal role in shaping the course of human history.

The Knowledge Park Library has a rich and successful history of continuously improving its services and collections to better cater to the needs of its visitors. Beyond providing educational materials, it also offers a diverse range of information sources to support lifelong learning for its patrons.

This library is dedicated to facilitating teaching, learning, and research by developing and advocating for systems that enhance access to relevant information, introducing innovative services, and acquiring resources that promote the synthesis of ideas. In doing so, it contributes to the dissemination of knowledge and the expansion of the intellectual horizons of its members, with a particular focus on nurturing well-rounded individuals, especially students.

Our library boasts an outstanding collection and offers cutting-edge digital technologies to improve access to information, serving as the primary academic support for the Institute. Through our exceptional resources and forward-thinking services, the library is committed to fulfilling its mission.


The extensive array of resources in the library includes books, reports, journals, magazines, reference materials, and non-print media. These are readily accessible in an open environment, with instructions to help visitors locate items on the shelves.

  • Books
    The library’s holdings comprise more than 6,000 physical books covering a wide range of subjects, along with approximately 143,000 e-books that are accessible online from any device.
  • Journals:
    The library maintains subscriptions to more than 25 print journals and a substantial collection of e-journals from around the globe, covering topics related to business, economics, education, and management.
  • Reports:
    The library maintains a diverse collection of statistical data, annual reports, research publications, as well as directories and catalogues from both local and international organizations.
  • Newspapers:
    Every day, the library receives six national and international newspapers to provide current affairs information, and these newspapers are kept on record for the past three months.
  • Newsletters:
    Newsletters, brochures, and prospectuses received by the library are exhibited on the magazine shelf for public access every day. 

Services and Facilities

  • Reading Room:
    The Knowledge Park Library features a spacious and well-equipped reading area that can accommodate more than 50 users at once, providing a peaceful and comfortable environment for studying and learning. However, it’s important to note that activities like group study, loud discussions, or using the library as a meeting place are strictly prohibited.
  • Archive Area:
    The library includes an archive section designed to store newspapers that are three months old. This service is intended to assist research students by offering timely access to reference materials.
  • Personal Computers:
    The library is furnished with state-of-the-art computers of the latest generation to aid students in conducting more effective research.
  • Circulation (Issue/Return):
    Books are accessible for borrowing by all registered library members for an adequate duration.

Rules and Regulations

  1. Users are not allowed to bring their personal belongings in the library. All members shall be required to leave their personal belongings (Books, Files, Briefcase, Handbags, etc.) at the entrance of the Library at designated place.
  2. Users are not allowed to write, underline or mark the Library Books. The Library books are carefully examined on return and the borrower will be held responsible for defacing or damaging or causing loss of Library material in his possession.
  3. Users shall leave the Library material on the tables after consultation to be shelved ONLY by the Library Staff.
  4. Complete silence should be observed inside the Library except for the brief and subdued talk with the Library staff at the Circulation Desk or in any other section of the Library.
  5. Drinking, Eating and Sleeping shall not be allowed inside the Library.
  6. Use of Mobile and Smoking are strictly prohibited inside the Library.
  7. Loud talking, un-necessary discussion, disturbance, snoozing, etc. shall not be allowed inside the Library.
  8. The Librarian reserves the right to suspend the membership of any member found misbehaving, abusing the Library staff or behaving in an indecent manner.

Library Timings
The Library remains open Monday to Friday 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Nayyer Sultana