GRANTHALAYA – LIBRARY
“Granthalaya”(Library) is located in the New Central Revenue Building of Income tax Office, Jaipur. The Granthalaya was inaugrated on 21/05/2015. It has wide range of books of various renowned national and international authors covering diversified subjects. Presently, it has around 5100 books and boasts of having more than 500 members.
The “Granthalaya” Library is embellished with 16 periodical newspapers and 30 different magazines.
GRANTHLAYA – GENRE
|Hindi Literature||General Knowledge||Food|
|English Literature||Legal – Income Tax||Periodicals|
Granthalaya is utilizing the services of “e-Granthalaya” – A Digital Agenda for Library Automation and Networking through NIC to its fullest. This unique initiative of automation of library processes envisage a transformation in its working. The e-initiative in this connection include the process of :-
• Books Acquisition
• Micro Documents
In this way the “Granthalaya” is enriching the knowledge of Income Tax Department Employees thereby enhancing their overall professional skills.
GIFT A BOOK CAMPAIGN
Gift a Book Campaign is dedicated to Book lovers who wish to gift books to the Granthalaya which they feel should be in the collection of Books of Granthalaya in order to spread the knowledge which can enlighten many more readers. The Campaign has been envisaged with a thought that gifting atleast one book to the library by its member will instill a sense of ownership towards the Granthalaya. So far, 127 books have been received as “Gifts” under this campaign.
GIFT A DVD CAMPAIGN
Gift a DVD Campaign is dedicated to the members of Granthalaya who wish to donate DVDs/CDs to the Granthalaya which they feel should be in the collection of DVDs/CDs of Granthalaya in order to spread the knowledge/message which can enlighten many more users. The Campaign has been envisaged with a thought that gifting atleast one CD/DVD to the library by its member will instill a sense of ownership towards the Granthalaya.So far, 20 DVDs have been received as “Gifts” under this campaign.
The Income Tax Department NEVER asks for your PIN numbers, passwords or similar access information for credit cards, banks or other financial accounts through e-mail.
The Income Tax Department appeals to taxpayers NOT to respond to such e-mails and NOT to share information relating to their credit card, bank and other financial accounts.