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Katahari Public School
Affiliated to C.B.S.E Delhi
Senior Secondary (10+2), Co-Education


CBSE HELPLINE NUMBER 1800-11-8002 for Class X and XII students and parents for Counselling on Examination Stress.
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The school has a fully equipped library with a vast collection of books. Teachers and students utilize the library for reference work connected there projects as well as for leisure reading separate enclosures for self study is made available for students.

 The library is open from 8:30 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. on all working days. Students can borrow books anytime during this period.

 Students are expected to follow the library rules and maintain the decorum while making the best use of the library facilities put up in the library.

Library Rules

 The library is meant to be a quiet place for study and reading. Other people have the right to quiet. Please keep your voices low. Treat everyone respectfully. Do not disturb others. Use appropriate voice and behaviour. Learn to lower your voice before entering your library.

 The library has an open shelf system; Books are already arranged neatly for convenience of all users. Students must not place books haphazardly on the shelves or tables. Put books back on the proper shelf. Tuck in chairs.

 There are no beverages, food or gum allowed in the library at any time. Eating and drinking must be done outside the library. Students are not allowed to bring their personal books, School Bags or belongings into the library.

 If the book is not returned on or before the due date, a late fee of Rs. 1/- per day per book is charged.


A late fee of Rs. 1/- per day per book is charged. In case of book issued for Overnight is not returned next day, the late fee of Rs. 2/- is charged per day per book. Books marked, disfigured or damaged will have to be replaced or paid for by the Borrower. Any borrower found mutilating, defacing or attempting to illegally remove any library material will be referred to the Principal for disciplinary action. In the event of loss, users will bear the replacement cost of the book, plus additional handling and processing charges.

All outstanding fines or fees must be settled prior to term and exam of your class.