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Education is the most important part of life. Education is necessary because it provides knowledge, wisdom and understanding. Education is the basic step for a successful career. Library science education is a new phase in the cumulative process of our educational cultural and national resurrection. It is a behavioral study of students to find out the attitudes and aptitudes during this course of study. In this backdrop the overriding importance of the library science, this study was aimed to study the learning aptitude and behavioral attitudes of Library Science Students. This study was aimed to provide information for library Science professionals, scholars, students and faculty members who wish to learn more about the role of library and librarians towards Education, Research and Training. It presents scholarly views, best practices, case analysis and empirical studies on role of library towards Education, Research and Training. The author tried to beyond students’ perception of how well learning has prepared them for life, their overall sense of belonging at learning is also important. The study will help meeting the needs of students, teachers and college administrators.