The Institute functioning with two separate (Central & Digital) libraries, The Central Library was established in the year of 1968-69. It has holding nearly 40,000 volumes of text and reference books on various disciplines. The library subscribes 60 printed journals and magazines and 9 Leading News Papers. The library plays an important role to provide quality information and required services for Academic Communities. The library having various sections such as Circulation section, Reference section, Text book section, Periodicals sections, Book Bank sections, Books for Competitive Examinations, Reprographic section etc..
Holding Book Details.
Rules and Regulation.
Facilities of Library
INFLIBNET – N-LIST.
Rules & Regulations
Book Bank Details.
Research Based Books
|01||Govt Non-Plan Books||29,619|
|04||Digital Library Books||3,118|
|05||Journals & Magazines||60|
|07||CD ROMs / DVDs/||92|
|S.no||User Category||Books can Borrow|
|01||U.G / P.G Students||2/3|
|02||M.Phil / Ph.D Scholars||5|
|S.no||Type of Document||U.G / P.G Students||M.Phil / Ph.D Scholars||Faculty||Staff|
|02||Reference Books||-||2 Days||7 Days||7 Days|
|03||Periodical||-||2 Days (Back Volumes Only)||7 Days (Back Volumes Only)||2 Days (Back Volumes Only)|
|04||CD ROMs / other non-book materials||-||1 Days||1 Days||1 Days|
If the borrowed book is lost, then the borrower shall replace the books of the same or latest edition or pay double cost of the book with library processing charge Rs.100, after getting permission from the librarian and Principal.
Students should return all the borrowed books at the end of each semester to obtain semester clearance and No Due certificate if required Members should return all the borrowed documents along with the prescribed form.
For the easy access 12 department libraries have been functioning besides the central library.
The library has sufficient space with comfortable furniture and lighting facilities has created for readers
For the benefits of students and staff, a photo copy service is available for affordable cost.
The library is following Open Access System for students, to encourage reading habit and enhance their knowledge