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Library

The Library of the Rajasthan Police Academy was established as a reading room in the year 1975 with a collection of five thousand books. Later it was shifted to newly constructed building adjoining Administrative block in 1978. Presently it containes more than 25000 books and periodicals.

Infrastructure:

The library is equipped with modern facilities such as internet, audio- visual recording, etc. It has a separate magazine section, two reading halls with a capacity of 100 readers each at a time. Recently, an audio-visual room has also been established for the staff & trainees. There are approximately 27500 books & 200 CD’s in the library. The library has varied number of books on police working and training. It contains books on the subjects such as Art & Painting, Cyber Crime, Criminology, English Fictions, Forensic Science, Finger Printing, Geography, General Knowledge, Human Rights & Police, Religion, Police Administration, Sociology, Reference books, Religion, Human Rights & Police, Police Training, Information Technology, History, Investigation books, Sports & Games, Medical, Jurisprudence, Philosophy, Police practical work, Terrorism, Medical Science, Hindi Literature, Police Public relations, Security, Sports, Wild Life and Health

Computerization / Documentation of the books:

The Rajasthan Police Academy library has been computerized and a software E-Granthalaya has been installed.

Magazines/Journals:

In addition to the rich stock of books on various subjects/topics, the academy has procured approximately 1300 new books for the library recently. The library gets a number of magazines and journals also looking to the demands of trainees and the staff.

List of important Journal/Magazines:

Important agonizes and journals such as All India Reporter, CBI Bulletin, Criminal Law Journal, Rajasthan Law Time, Police Chief’s Magazine, Harvard business review, Crime, Supreme Court rulings, Supreme Court & High Court Decision booklet, Employment News, Indian Police Journal, Reader’s Digest, Frontline, Police Science (in Hindi), Kadambini (in Hindi), India Today, Outlook, etc. are received at the library

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