The KPU library was founded in 1968 by the Federal Republic of Russia. It was stocked with the latest editions of Russian technical books including textbooks, reference books, and journals. And by the constant hard work of the professors within this university, almost all of the books were translated into Afghanistan's native languages: Dari and Pashto.
During the last two decades of war, the KPU library was destroyed. AS we all know that the war had a negative impact on all aspects of our lives especially the basic infrastructure i.e economical, educational, technical, social and cultural infrastructures.
Is to provide quality of books collection and access to those collections and support the university goals for learning, teaching, and research. The library team is responsible for coordination and expansion of the book collection development program and allocation of budget. Gifts and highly appreciated cash contributions of any amount are welcomed as it will support the purchase of new books, developing KPU library resources.
Currently, the library is administered by the director of the library, one librarian, two staff members and one laborer.
Asian Foundation >> 7936 volumes
The Islamic Republic of Iran >> 2572 volumes
American and Russian embassies >> 467 volumes