Registration for free coaching begins at Jamia Nagar Police Public Library
Registration for free coaching is going on at Jamia Nagar Police Public Library for aspirants interested in taking admission in undergraduate courses in universities like Jamia Millia Islamia, DU, AMU, said Rizwan Khan.
He said even students are guided for free for IX and XI entrance, Arts, Commerce and Science by experts.
The library provided best sitting facilities for students for free with digital libraries, said Khan, who teaches students here.
The library was established on February 22, 2012 and a few months ago it turned 10 years old.
Over the years, the library has been developed and now has been digitized so that tech-savvy readers also benefit from it. The library is managed by managed by Nadeem-headed Shikhar and supported by GAIL (India) Limited
The library is open for all residents of the locality. Wi-Fi, laptops, study materials, books, journals, etc are provided for free to aspirants. The library is also guiding civil servant aspirants.
During its 10 years’ celebration in February, Delhi Police Commissioner Rakesh Asthana had inaugurated a new “police public library” at the Okhla Vihar Metro Station in Abul Fazal Enclave through video conferencing from Vimarsh Auditorium, PHQ.
“It helps to give youth the right direction and better opportunities. Community participation is essential for effective policing… All police stations of Delhi will have similar facilities in the coming three years,” said Asthana.
With this new library, now in Delhi there are three police libraries, two in Jamia Nagar and one in RK Puram.
Speaking on the occasion, the top cop said a large number of students have benefitted by availing facilities of the existing Delhi Police Public Libraries.