About us

Our Introduction

Bangladesh Parliament Library is one of the best resourced libraries in the country.


Serial No. Name of Hon'ble MP Constituency Designation Photo
1 Md. Shamsul Haque Tuku (Deputy Speaker) 68 Pabna-1 Chairman Image
2 Md. Shafiqur Rahman 263 Chandpur-4 Member Image
3 Md. Aftab Uddin Sarker 12 Nilphamari-1 Member Image
4 Ahmed Firoz Kabir 69 Pabna-2 Member Image
5 Shamsul Alam Dudu 34 joypurhat-1 Member Image
6 Asaduzzaman Noor 13 Nilphamari-2 Member Image
7 Shahdara Mannan 36 Bogura-1 Member Image
8 Amatul Kibria Keya Chowdhury 239 Jhenaidah-1 Member Image
9 Abdul Kader Azad 213 Faridpur-3 Member Image
10 Aroma Dutta 340 Women Seat-40 Member Image

Brief about Library

With more than 85 thousand of books and reports, Parliamentary Debates, Government Gazettes, Journals, Magazines and Newspapers the Bangladesh Parliament Library is one of the best resourced libraries in the country.

The Primary aim of this Library is to support the Law-makers, the Staff of Parliament secretaries. The library is also committed to widening participation and access to many of the services is provided for researchers.

The library was started in 1972 at old Sangsad Bhaban, Tejgaon, Dhaka after the immediate formation of the Constituent Assembly of Bangladesh. Its official name is Jatiya Sangsad Library as well as Parliament Library.




Most of the collections in the library are of parliamentary interest, but also include books on law and jurisprudence, political science, economics, ethics and religion, history, public administration and international relations, debates of different Parliaments, Parliamentary Committee reports, gazettes, volumes of local newspapers etc.

Rare Materials:Jatiya Sangsad Library has the following rare materials:

Name Period
Debates of Bengal Legislative Assembly 1937-46
Debates of East Pakistan Legislative Assembly 1948-69
Debates of the Pakistan National Assembly 1947-69
Debates of House of Commons (UK) 1809-1980
Pakistan Gazettes 1948-1971
Dhaka Gazettes 1948-1971
Debates of Constituent Assembly of Bangladesh 1972
Bangladesh Gazettes 1971 to date

Library Hour

Session days :
9.00 am to till the end of sitting.
9.00 am to 12.00 am ( Friday & Saturday)

Non-Session days:
9.00 am to 5.00 pm (Sunday to Thursday)

Library Service

Services Include:

1. e-News Clippings

2. Reading room facilities

3. Book lending facilities

4. On line public access catalogue

5. Internet facilities

6. Reference service

7. Fax, Photocopy service to the MP’s

8. Research Services.


Users of Library

Honorable Members of Parliament

Former Members of Parliament

Secretariat staff

Authorized  researchers