Every staff / student of the college is eligible for membership of the Library. The students are enrolled for the Library membership as soon as they are admitted in first year.  For others, membership cards will be issued on requisition by the member and further approval by Head of the Institution. All members should abide by the rules of library strictly.

Working Hours:
Working Hours - 09.00 AM to 06.30 PM on working days
Issue / Return   - 09.00 AM to 03.30 PM on working days

  • Circulation Section
  • Reference Section
  • Reprographic Section
  • E-Resources Section
  • Current Awareness Service (CAS) 
  • Users’  Assistance 
  • Book Bank Section

Circulation Section:
Circulation Section , the gateway between users and library, it plays a vital role in Library & Information Centre which is maintained through exclusive (Libmen) software for issues, returns and renewals of books and other related services. In addition, membership registration, no dues clearance, reservation, overdue fine collections are executed.
A new student has to collect the membership form available at circulation section.  After collecting the Library cards, he/she can barrow books from the Library. Principal is empowered to increase additional issue of books to whomever he/she feels necessary.
The user’s entitlements, in terms of number of cards, books that they borrow and the loan period for different categories of members are given below:

S.No. Category No. of Library card entitled No. of Books / Card Loan Period Remarks
1. Students UG 3 1/card 10 days 5 days renewal at the 10th day
2. Students PG 3 1 10 days 5 days renewal
3. Academic Staff  –Teaching 5 1 One semester For subject books only; for other books one month
4. Non – Academic Staff 3 1 One semester -
Reference Section:

The Reference section of the Library houses the Library’s reference books; those that are meant to provide quick and accessible information on any particular topic.  Reference books include topics that are intended to guide researchers in their studies, but not to be major sources for a paper or other projects.  The reference collection contains information on a wealth of topics.  Reference section also includes materials such as dictionaries, encyclopedias, bibliographies, among others.
Reference books are meant to be accessible to as many people as possible. The Reference section in the Central Library can be found on the Library’s ground floor, Reference items may be shelved in a reference collection located separately from circulation Items (Books) or Individual reference only items available for keeping.

Reprographic Section:

 Based on requisition, photocopies of the library documents are made available mainly for academic purpose, subject to the following conditions:

  • Documents protected under the Copy Right Act will not be reproduced entirely for personal use.
  • The copying charges are Rs.1 per copy.
E-Resources Section:

The Online section of the Library allows access to all online and digital resources available in the Library.

 Current Awareness Service:

In order to keep library users informed about the latest additions, the following are displayed on regular basis:

  • Recent additions of Books
  • List of journals received
  • Announcement of information on National / International Conferences etc.
  • Newspaper Clippings  
Users’ Assistance: 

All members of the library team are available for any assistance the user may need in using the library resources, facilities and services.

Book Bank Section:

Book bank facility is made available to poor student under the guidance of library advisory committee.   The book bank is created with help of benevolent mind who come forward to donate books for this cause.

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