VISION

The Vision of Library is to provide value added services to the students, Researchers, Faculty and Society.

MISSION

  • Make the students avid and readers to use the Library fully.
  • Provide world class research reference environment in the Library
  • Make the teachers to utilize the library resources for course content preparation and assignment creation

GOALS

  • To support students for their education
  • To support teaching staff for their teaching and carrier development
  • To support the Rural people in and around the college

WORKING HOURS

On working Days – 8.45 AM to 5.00 PM. The Library will remain closed on Sundays and other holidays.

LIBRARY RULES

  1. The students entering the Library must register their names in the Register.
  2. All readers must keep their bags and books at the Library Property Counter
  3. All readers must keep their bags and books at the Library property counter.
  4. Strict Silence and decorum must be observed in the Library.
  5. The Students required to use all the magazines and Journals in the Library with care. 
  6. Dictionaries, Reference Books will not be lent out.
  7. No dues certificates to be obtained after returning all the books/ Periodicals, user tickets and outstanding dues if any.

LENDING

Every student using the Library shall be given one “Borrower’s ticket”  bearing his roll number, Name and Class. Books are usually lent for a period of two weeks and may be renewed three times. PG Students may take two books and MPhil students can avail 3 books. Malpractice using the borrower’s ticket not allowed.  

  1. Books should be returned on or before the due date indicate in the issue slip of the book. A fine of Rs. 1 per day will be collected as penalty if the book is not returned on time.
  2. All students are expected to use the books with care, all marking, underlining or annotation on book whether already soiled or not is forbidden. Every book will be examined as soon as it is returned and if any book is found to have been marked, soiled or damaged will entail payment of the cost of the books as fine besides the replacement of the damaged books in the Library. 
  3. Loss of ticket must at once bring the matter to the Librarian. Duplicate ticket will be issued after the payment of fine. Students must return their ticket at the end of the course or at the time of leaving the college whichever is earlier or pay the fine for the lost ticket and be responsible for the books that may be borrowed on them. 
  4. The Loss of books must be informed to the Librarian immediately. The student responsible for it shall replace the book or pay a sum of money sufficient to purchase a new copy.
  5. The Librarian may recall any book at any time even if the normal period of loan has not expired.  

READING ROOM

  1. Periodicals lying on the table should in no case be removed from the reading room.
  2. Students are required to use all magazines and journals with care. They will make good the loss or damage done to any periodical which they have been using.

SERVICES

  • News paper clipping service
  • Important college related news and career guidance-oriented news are displayed for students access in the Notice Board.
  • Online Public Access Catalogue : Used for checking the availability of Books.
  • Reprographic Facility available in the Library
  • Barcoding : Barcoding facity available for student entry as well as transaction of Books

BEST PRACTICES

  • Orientation programme: Orientation Programme conducted for first year students.
  • Librarian’s day celebrated with organizing competitions for students and prizes have been distributed.
  • Best library user award has been given to students who use the Library effectively.
  • Quiz programmes organized as part of Librarian’s day celebrations.
  • Readers Club : hand written magazine has been prepared by students of this club to encourage writing habits.

 USEFUL LINKS

Shodhganga : Reservoir of Indian Theses @ INFLIBNET

https://shodhganga.inflibnet.ac.in/

 E-PG- Pathshala

https://epgp.inflibnet.ac.in/

What is E Pg Pathshala e-PGPathshala is a one portal under which High quality, curriculum- based, interactive content in different subjects across all disciplines of social sciences, arts, fine arts & humanities, natural & mathematical sciences, linguistics and languages is being developed.

ShodhGangotri

Depository of electronic version of approved Synopsis submitted by Research Scholars to the universities. PDFs of MRPs/ Emeritus Fellowship can be submitted. The repository on one hand, would reveal the trends and directions of research being conducted in Indian universities, on the other hand it would avoid duplication of research. Synopsis in “ShodhGangotri” would later be mapped to full-text theses in "ShodhGanga". As such, once the full-text thesis is submitted for a synopsis, a link to the full-text theses would be provided from ShodhGangotri to "ShodhGanga"

https://shodhgangotri.inflibnet.ac.in/

OPEN ACCESS E-RESOURCES

 Encyclopedia Britannica :

An encyclopedia is a reference work providing summaries of knowledge either from all branches or from a particular field or discipline. Encyclopedias are divided into articles or entries that are often arranged alphabetically by article name and sometimes by thematic categories.

https://www.britannica.com/

Encyclopedia of Life

The Encyclopedia of Life (EOL) is a free, online collaborative encyclopedia intended to document all of the 1.9 million living species known to science. It is compiled from existing databases and from contributions by experts and non – experts throughout the world.

https://eol.org/

 Dictionaries

Cambridge Dictionary

The Cambridge Advanced Leaner’s Dictionary was first published in 1995 under the name Cambridge International Dictionary of English by the Cambridge university Press. The Dictionary has over 140000 words, phrases and meanings.

https://dictionary.cambridge.org/

Webster’s Dictionary

Webster’s Dictionary is one of the Dictionaries edited by Noah Webster in the early nineteenth centure. “Webster’s has become the trademark name in the US for dictionaries of the English language.

https://www.merriam-webster.com/

DOAJ : Directory of Open Access Journals

Directory of Open access Journals is website maintained by Infrastucture Services for Open Access (IS4OA). The journals are allowed to access freely. The mission of DOAJ is to "increase the visibility, accessibility, reputation, usage and impact of quality, peer-reviewed, open access scholarly research journals"

https://doaj.org/

OATD is the best possible resource for finding open access graduate theses and dissertations published around the world.

https://oatd.org/

 Directory of Open Access Books

DOAB is a service that indexes and provides access to scholarly, peer reviewed open access books and open access book publishers.

It contains 43321 academic peer-reviewed books from 623 publishers.

https://www.doabooks.org/

Swayam is the platform to learn courses from Class 9 to Post Graduate. It can be accessed by anyone, anywhere at any time. All the courses are interactive, prepared by the best teachers in the country and is available free of cost.

https://swayam.gov.in/

UGC Care List of Journals

https://ugccare.unipune.ac.in/apps1/home/index

 

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Librarian

Dr.. G. Mangai, B.Sc., M.Lis., Ph.D.,
Librarian