If you’re a student looking for a quiet place to catch up on hours of preparations you require to crack the tough exams, this article is for you. Be it UPSC, CAT, CLAT, SSB, NDA, management, engineering or medical, even the thought of going through any of these exams makes us nervous.

With the constant sword hanging on our heads, the pressure of cracking few of the toughest exams in the world, the coaching/tutoring, when we reach home, most times our parents have things they want us to do. From pani ki bottle bhar do to dhaniya le aao, the list is unending. If you are preparing for any tough exam and need a quiet place to do your studies, check few of these places out.

Mind you these aren’t your usual libraries where you sit and steal away a few moments with a good book. These are hardened libraries where you carry your own books to, its rare that an important book is not being used. You get to meet people who have set similar goals, people who can help you get into the frame of mind you need to study for hours. These places are a sanctuary for people who have decided to dedicate their lives to a singular goal, here you can be a part of enthusiastic discussions, ask for help from seniors or lend a hand to a junior fellow aspirant.

Often these libraries are open for 24 hours and provide you with refreshments like coffee and tea. You just have to pay a minimal monthly fees to use the facilities, the fees can be anything from ₹1000 to ₹2000 a month and nothing beyond.

Some of these libraries have been started by long time aspirants who understand their fellows and want to provide a safe space for people to study at. So if you want a quiet atmosphere and a chill place to study, give these a visit.

Aadityajyoti Library: Opposite Mr. Brown, Aliganj Sector B

The Reeader’s Journey Library: Aliganj Sector K, near Dheya IAS

Aakar GS World Library: Aliganj Sector B, near PACE coaching center

Surachita Library: Aliganj Sector D, Puraniya Chowraha, near Vikalp IAS

Learning Space Library: Aliganj Sector D, Puraniya Chowraha, near Samarpan IAS

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