Islamia College Peshawar Library
Program Pakistan Kay Kutub Khaney
The Program highlights the importance of popular libraries across the country. The aim is to develop reading habits and skills in the listeners and stimulate interest towards rich treasure available in National Libraries.
One of the assets of Islamia College Peshawar is its Central Library. It is one of the oldest libraries in the province of NWFP, Pakistan and was established in 1913. The library is located on the main road of the campus which is accessible on equal distance from all the departments as well as hostels of the University. It is one of the richest academic libraries in NWFP, containing 90,000 books and 1261 manuscripts. It has a separate building covering an area of about 13000 Sq. ft. The building consists of two big halls and nine adjacent rooms. One hall and four rooms were added to the library in 1972. Recently two separate computer labs for boys and girls have also been allocated.
Script : Farrukh Qaseem
Voice : Farrukh Qaseem, Tanvir Rizvi.
Producer: Israr Ahmad Kolachi.
Its a Production of External Services Islamabad