The library is regarded as the brain of any institute; many institutes understand the importance of the library to the growth of the and their esteemed users (students). Our well-stocked library provides access to a wide variety of quality fiction and non-fiction reference material that cater for a wide range of reading abilities and interest, to support and extend students as engaged and motivated readers.

To inculcate the habit of reading in students Army Public School & College Noor Mahal Campus has a spacious and airy library which has more than 3000 books. In these stock of books there are many academic reference and books relating to all strata of life which are helpful for students.

Librarian collaborates with classroom teachers to create independent learners by fostering students’ research, information literacy, technology and thinking skills. The library staff is always available for any service regarding the use of the library.

Our library is an open shelved library system by which access of books for every student become more easily. Long & small tables, chairs and side cabins are also arranged. Students sit there and read books, magazines and newspapers; some take down notes. Nobody is permitted to talk to disturb others.

It is accessible to all students from class Matric, Intermediate and O/A Level with the best book collection of about 3,000 books, CDs, current periodicals, Urdu & English Newspapers. Library also has textbooks and reference books. These are just for studying in the library only. The library’s calm and quiet atmosphere helps the readers work attentively.

No student can keep a book for more than seven days. Every class has one library period once a week. Students can also use library not only in their library period but also during break and after dispersal. Readers are bound to follow the rules and regulations of library which are displayed in the library.

The school allocates an annual library budget sufficient for sustainable library development to support current and projected needs. The library may also receive books through donations, gifts, and book fairs. These books are arranged in their respective racks.