Role Model of Public Library in Rural and Social Development


  • Dr. Vijaykumar B. Gopale


Public Library, Social Development


To be a civilized human and create a civilized society it is important to have knowledge through which we became educated in different fields. This knowledge may be practical i.e. experienced gained through day to day incidents. Another is knowledge received through books. Books provide a wide variety of knowledge in every field. We can know the history through the literature given in the books. Libraries should build organization that support learning. Now in rural areas also, people like farmers, school children, women and youth are taking active part in development through library. Rural Development generally refers to the process of improving the quality of life and economic well being of people living in relatively isolated and sparsely populated areas. Rural Development is
also characterized by its emphasis on locally produced economic development strategies. Rural Development actions are mainly and mostly to development of social and economic condition in rural areas.




How to Cite

Dr. Vijaykumar B. Gopale. (2021). Role Model of Public Library in Rural and Social Development. GRANTHAKUTI - A Peer Reviewed & Refereed Annual Journal on Libraryand Information Science and Related Studies, 7(1), 170–178. Retrieved from