The College has a well equipped digitalised Library to promote scholarship and learning amongst its students. The Library offers the facility of INFLIBNET and DELNET to the staff and students, which gives access to more than 92,27,613 books; 33,916 periodicals; 9,12,342 Periodicals Articles; 19,234 CD Rom; 5000 Video Recordings; 48,621 Dissertations; 1,631 e-books, besides providing infrastructure for sharing of library resources among academic and research institutes of world repute. The library has an open-shelf system.
A Library Orientation Programme is organized for the First year Students at the beginning of each new session in which they are acquainted with the catalogue system, the reference books section, the Book-Bank and the system of issuing and returning of books. The students are required to use the catalogue system for locating and issuing the requisite books. Students must have their identity card and library card for issuing of books. Books are issued for only six days at a time. A fine of Rs.5/- per day is charged on books overdue. All books and magazine must be handled with care. If a book is subjected to any damage or pages are found missing, the borrower will be held responsible and will have to replace the book. The students are, therefore, advised to check the books before borrowing them and if they discover any kind of damage, it must be immediately reported to the Librarian. If a book is lost, the borrower will have to replace it with the same edition/revised edition/or pay the current price of the book.
Book Bank :
The College Library maintains a Book Bank and deserving students may borrow books from it through membership. Priority for membership will be given to students of backward classes, scheduled castes, S.T. and Minorities and those whose parents’ income is not more than 1.5 Lakh per year.
Note : Any change in the rules will be notified.