:::PunLib | Top Bar:::
PunLib Home Contacts PunLib on Facebook Follow PunLib on Twitter PunLib at LinkedIn RSS Feed Image Add This Logo
Quick Links
A Network of Foreign Public Libraries in IndiaFriday July 10, 2020 GMT
Foreign Public Library System

A room without books is like a body without a soul -- Marcus Tullius Cicero You are at home » directory » the british council library, new delhi

The British Council Libraries

British Council is the United Kingdom's International Organization for Cultural Relations and Educational Opportunities. It operates directly under the British High Commission. It has offices in four metro cities of India i.e. Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai and have public libraries in 11 cities in the country. Apart from the regular library services the libraries also collaborate with the council in furthering the cultural and educational roles. These libraries are excellent place to learn English and are very much active in conducting English Language proficiency test IELTS. The libraries are extremely modern in terms of resources and international level of services and are trend setters in India.

Branch Libraries in India

The British Libraries are operational in following cities in India,

Ahmedabad | Bangalore | Chandigarh | Chennai | Hyderabad | Kolkata | Mumbai | New Delhi | Pune | Colombo | Kandy

The Council has similar centres in 110 countries around the globe. The operations are funded mainly by The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO). Other sources of revenue are collobaration with both public and non-public sector organizations and English language courses and examinations.


British Council Library,
17, Kasturba Gandhi Marg,
New Delhi-110001
Phone: 91 11 4219 9000
Fax: +91 11 2371 0717
Email: delhi.enquiry@in.britishcouncil.org
home| about fpls| directory| photo gallery| internet links| feed back| contact us|
^ Go Top

© 2008-2020 PunLib
All Rights Reserved ((Read Best View))