History of library

     King Prajadhipok's Institute's library is an organization supporting academic, research and training activities to cope with its mission. It is established in late 2000 and at the beginning, some books were donated by Dr. Borwornsak Uwonno, the first and recent General Secretary, of the institute. After that many books and printed materials have been provided to serve staff and trainers who attended training courses running by King Prajadhipok's Institute. Open for all services are needed due to much more people in general want to search information in the field of political science.


All information resources provided in the library are about political science under democracy policy, decentralization, local administration, citizenship cooperation, good governance, conflict management and peace talking management. These resources are divided into different categories such as books, individual study papers, group study papers, theses, institutes' journals, periodical in general, newspapers and visual materials


Library of Congress classification system is being used at King Prajadhipok's Institute's library. Moreover there are specific classification categories to be served each kind of information resources - for instance institute's printed materials, academic documentary papers are all provided. In April 2010, King Prajadhipok's Institute moved from Office of The Civil Service Commission (Nonthaburi) to The Government Complex Commemorating His Majesty the King's 80th Birthday Anniversary, 5th December, B.E. 2550 (2007) Chaeng Watthana Road.

Vision

Our vision is concerned with the qualitative academic information resources center to support King Prajadhipok's Institute to meet its highest effective mission

Intention

Our intention focuses on effective academic services to support King Prajadhipok's Institute to meet its highest mission

Objectives

  • To be the academic center to serve any kinds of research and training.
  • To be the up-to-date knowledge center and easily and quickly of access.
  • To be the self-study center using information technology to surf needed information without any obstructions.