The Library, the largest block in the ground floor is very spacious and measures 751 sq.m. with adequate reading facilities for 230 users at a time. It has a comprehensive collection of books and periodicals, both Indian and Foreign to meet the demands of the students from undergraduate to research level. Presently library has a collection of over 79,556 volumes of books on different disciplines and also subscribes about 152 periodicals. The Library is equipped with bar-code technology for computerized circulation system since 2005. The digital library has 23 computer systems with internet and printing facilities.
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- The Library is automated to facilitate day-to-day operations and has 34 computers
- Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) facility is installed to ensure vigilance and security
- All library facilities, supported by expert assistance, are available for the students and faculty on all working days
- All the students and faculty of the College are eligible for membership of the library
- Campes ilib software is used for Library Automation
- All the books are bar-coded in the library and barcode laser scanners are used in the circulation counter for book transaction
- RFID introduced in the year 2020
- 34 systems of Intel Core i3 2nd Generation Processors with 4GB RAM are installed
- Broad Band Internet connection & Wi-Fi facilities are available
- Differently Abled Resource Centre for Visually Impaired
- Institutional Membership in,
- INFLIBNET, Ahmedabad
- DELNET, New Delhi.
- NDLI (National Digital Library of India)
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||10.00 AM – 4.00 PM
Differently Abled Resource Centre
As a part of inclusive education , Prakash-AI Powered Vision Assistant and Non - Visual Desktop Access (NVDA) software have been installed in our library. The Prakash AI Powered Vision Assistant allows the visually impaired people to read the printed text and PDF files in 6 different languages. The device also has many facilities including text enlargement, font and colour variation to suit the requirements of the low vision people. Additionally, the device has an inbuilt Bluetooth and Wi-Fi and can work offline. The NVDA is a talking software which can be used to read out what is on the screen. This software enables the persons with Visual Impairment to access the computers independently.