No power supply in historical Old City collection
Hyderabad: Ahead of exams, applicants to employment of government work are not able to prepare as they are encountering problems because of absence of standard centers in collections. The applicants in the Old City that have the only collection Grandhalaya Samstha in Lal Darwaza, which does not have electrical energy. Visitors grumbled that there is no electrical energy for the last 4 days.
According to them, the collection does not have standard centers; it is a 69-year- old historical framework yet does not have upkeep. However, they see the collection and also get ready for the examinations.
“Apart from basic amenities, for the last 4-5 days there has been no electricity in the library. The aspirants seem to be frustrated due lack of fans and lights. The concerned authorities must take steps to ensure power supply,” claimed Mahesh, a candidate.
The collection authorities do not have details on factors for absence of power and also are day-to-day getting in touch with the Transco authorities. They are yet to see and also return to power supply to the collection,” claimed Mohammed Yousuf, a candidate that sees the collection to get ready for examinations.
When called, an authorities claimed that they have actually currently submitted a problem relating to the problem. Daily they are getting in touch with the circle aide designer’s workplace. “A complaint has been filed; still no action has been taken; no officer has visited to detect the cause.”
Being run by the Hyderabad City Grandhalaya Samstha, the collection at Shalibanda is among the earliest in the city. It was inaugurated in 1953. The collection has greater than 60,000 publications. They consist of recommendation publications, on regulation, medication, background, thesaurus in all languages, besides regulars, like Employment News, kids publications, publications and also dailies in Urdu, English, Hindi, Telugu, Marathi (in all 17). According to the curator, over 4,000 participants are availing the solutions of the collection with a small cost of Rs 100 (for life time). About 200 individuals see daily for checking out papers. Some design, clinical and also regulation trainees see for searching recommendation publications. “As the library has a huge number of books, several aspirants as well as students come here and prepare for examinations,” he claimed.