There was an awe-inspiring official who appeared to be very busy. I could read from the name-plate that he was the librarian. He had heaps of books on all sides of his table, and in shelves behind his seat. It seemed as if he was drowned in a sea of books. Here I remembered:
Nearby was the Newspaper Section, where about 20 newspapers of various languages were displayed on stands. There were about 60 magazines also on Sports, Science, Current Affairs, Commerce, Management and Computer Science.
This grand library had a Reference Section for teachers also. I learnt that there were about 6,000 books on various subjects. I was happy that I saw the library that day.