Department of Library

History

The Library of Kabul Medical University is one of the oldest and most prestigious medical libraries in the country. In the year 1311, along with the establishment of Public Management Publications and Faculty of Medicine, the library has been established since the foundation of the establishment of effective services in the field of supplying and providing information for professors and It has been the students and over time, the efforts and efforts of the officials have been dedicated to its cultivation. In the 1950s and 60s, the library became one of the most well-equipped and credible libraries in the region, and as the WHO's Folklore Libraries accepted the wiki of World Health Organization projects (002)? But unfortunately in the year 1371, the solar system was destroyed by the internal wars of the library and the majority of its books were destroyed.

After 1995, the work of the Board of Directors and the two-time government was restored to this extent. Fortunately, following the advent of political developments in the country after 2002 and attracting international assistance, with the attention of the leadership of the University and the Ministry of Higher Education, effective steps in the direction of library reconstruction and development was lifted.

Fortunately, now with more than twenty thousand books and journals, the reference or refreshment room, the general reading room, the computer lab, the lockable windows, the library is at the service of professors, students and enthusiasts.

For the time being, the library has 8417 tittle books, totaling 16,935 books, and more than 5000 thousand journals of various medical forms from reputable national and international reciters. A total of 312 volumes of undergraduate students' monographs are 20 volumes of faculty professors. All books are in the computer database of this library.

Professors, students and other enthusiasts can easily use it. The library department has 9 service personnel.

.Objectives: To increase the level of medical knowledge and to promote self-learning in the students