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College Resources

Library

Libraries are places where there are no restrictions on access to information in a variety of formats and sources. They are repositories of information. Our college features a well-organized library system that supports the reading and learning needs of students and faculty. Library has nearly 6200 books and has journals of different subjects. A good collection of reference books are maintained in our library. For having a precise idea about the present circumstances of our society we are subscribing to many leading magazines and newspapers. In library books are arranged subject wise according to Dewey Decimal Classification. Our library has a seating capacity of 50 nos. and  is located in the main Administrative Block of our campus with a total area of 163 Sq.m.

With the advent of ICT drastic changes are coming in the area of information dissemination. There has been a transformation of  libraries into digital and virtual libraries where books,journals and magazines have been replaced with e-books, e-journals and e-zines, thus raising the global distribution of information. Today electronic resources have become an integral part of most academic libraries. By considering all these we also introduced several technological changes in our library. The library is automated with ILMS software KOHA (Version 21st - Year 2021) .All circulation activities are done through this software. Our College is a registered member of NLIST (which is jointly executed by UGC-INFONET Digital Library Consortium, INFLIBNET Center and the INDEST-AICTE Consortium & IIT Delhi).Through NLIST programme students and faculty of our college can access  6,000+ejournals, 1,99,500+ e books and 6,00,000 e books through NDL.

Hard copies of university and internal question papers are kept in our library for reference. From Monday to Saturday, the library is open from 9.15 to 4.30 pm.

MOTTO

Read greater, Think more and Share extra

VISION

Support our institution by means of standing as a hub of knowledge that offer high-quality and accurate information to all our users and there by assist the intellectual boom of all our students and faculty.

MISION

The mission of our library is to acquire and disseminate correct, useful and timely knowledge to the user community from the extensive spectrum of know-how so that the students can acquire their maximum educational capability and faculty can enhance their teaching capabilities and career.

LIBRARY SERVICES

  • Issue, return and renewal of books
  • Reference service
  • Current awareness   service 
  • Availability of internal and university question papers
  • Internet browsing

USER AWARENESS CLASSES

User awareness classes are given to the newly admitted students to make them aware of the rules and regulations of the library. This allows them to be acquainted with the functioning of the library, catalouging, association of books and journals, key-word index and classification of books.

Working Hours of the Library:

  • 9.15 am to 4.15 pm

Library Rules and Regulations: 

General Rules:

  • Silence to be maintained
  • Enter your name and Sign in the register kept at the entrance before entering library
  • Identity Card is compulsory for getting access to the library
  • No discussion permitted inside the library
  • No personal belongings are allowed inside the library
  • Mobile phone usage is strictly prohibited in the library premises.
  • Library borrower cards are not transferable. The borrower is responsible for the books borrowed on his/her card.
  • Refreshment of any kind shall not be taken anywhere in the library premises

Admission to Library:

 Students are allowed in the library only on production of their Identity Cards

 Circulation Issue System: 

Books will be issued on presenting the library card along with the ID card. Students are instructed to check the books while borrowing and they will be responsible for any type of damage or mutilation noticed at the time of return.

 Overdue Charges: 

Materials borrowed should be returned on or before the due date; if returned late overdue fine will be charged for the delayed period.

Book Lost: 

If the books are lost, then the borrower shall replace the books of the same edition or latest edition or pay double cost of the book.

 Loss of cards: 

Loss of borrower card should be reported to the librarian. Duplicate card may be issued against fine.

 Validity of cards: 

Library borrower cards are valid for the entire duration of the course to access library facilities. At the end of the course, borrower cards shall be returned to the library.

 No due Certificate: 

Each student shall obtain No dues certificate from the library after returning all the books issued, surrendering the borrower’s cards and after paying outstanding dues, if any.

 Care of Library Books: 

Students are required to handle the books/ Journal very carefully; marking with pencil, writing or highlighting, tearing the pages or mutilating the same in any other way will be considered very seriously.

 Reference section: 

This section has Encyclopedia, dictionaries, Textbooks Reference books etc. which are only available for reference. User can make use of these resources.

 Journal Section: 

In this section journals and general magazines are available. The latest issues are displayed on display rack.

 

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