•  Introduction

    The library is the source of knowledge, where students get enormous access to all kinds of reading materials. It encourages not only to read for pleasure but for the development of knowledge about Literature and the activities designed by factual resources.

    CMIS library provides books related to the unit of inquiry (including fiction and non-fiction) and stand-alone subject, encyclopedia, maps, globe, CDs, and other resources for class learning engagements. All the library resources are accessible for the teacher and students. CMIS library is an open space for teachers and students  while  they are finding their resources for their research individually, or when they are working in groups.

    CMIS library engages students with learning in many ways. The physical space itself ensures that there are sufficient resources available for students, enough independent study area and collaborative learning spaces. The library has also access to the internet connection to support teachers and students to gain, compare and validate all the information as a reference to their research.

    CMIS believes that library is the soul of every school’s community in order to develop the skill and gathering book knowledge. It provides all current and relevant resources to the teachers to deliver and serve the children the goods with proper guide and care.

    CMIS library’s goal is to provide leadership, collaboration and assistance to students and teachers to make them lifelong learners and skilled creator of information.

    CMIS library hours are Sunday to Thursday 8:00 am – 2:30 pm


    Borrowing Books&Duration


    Borrowing books


    Nursery to Grade 2

    One book                                   

     One week

    Grade 3 to Grade 5

     Two books

    One week


    Damaged and Lost Books

    Any student who causes damage or lose any books or other library property will be charged for its replacement. Marking in the books and other library materials are prohibited and will be considered as damage. If any student loses any books, they must be reported to the librarian and replace it within 30 days.



    CMIS library accepts all kind of donations of books which are in good condition. The books of foreign languages are acceptable. CMIS will remain grateful to the donors who are participating in donation of books for creating a superior library.




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