Librarian Profile

Our Central Library is to provide information services and access to bibliographical and full text printed and digital resources to support scholarly information needs of the user community. It has rich collection of over 30000 volumes, 3500 titles, around 3000 CDs/DVDs/, specialised collection of reference books, accessing online journals databases, membership in various professional organisations and 4TB of NPTEL Videos lectures and exclusive collection for various competitive examinations The central library has ISO 9001:2008 certification for its quality standards maintained and services provided in the library.


Right information to the right reader at a right time in the right format. Primarily, library is a service organization and acts as a repository and hub of access to knowledge resources.


To be a centre of Excellence in disseminating S & T information on cutting edge technologies towards the national development.


These goals and objectives are accomplished through following actions:

  • Identify, acquire, organize, preserve, and provide access to pertinent recorded knowledge to all users engaged in learning, teaching and research activities in the college.
  • Right information to the right reader at a right time in right format.
    • Foster idealism and strengthen the struggling aspirations of human spirit among readers
  • Converting the library into an intellectual workshop
  • Offer formal and informal instruction to promote information literacy.
  • Communicate library services to raise awareness and promote utilization of library resources effectively.
  • Convert the potential users into habitual users


User’s Co-operation is solicited in the following matters:

  • Silence is to be strictly observed.
  • Users are requested to avoid talking and discussion that will disturb other readers. Reading halls are meant for individual study only.
  • Care must be taken to see that the library walls, furniture and reading materials are not spoiled/damaged in any way.
  • Chairs and tables should not be disturbed from their position
  • Readers are requested to switch off their Mobile phones while staying in the library.
  • Users should avoid resting their feet on tables, chairs, shelves, window sills.
  • Books and bound volumes should be handled with great care. Please avoid keeping the volumes open on the table. or putting with their faces
  • Inserting note books or pencils in between the pages and closing them. Pages must not be folded to serve as book marks.
  • Mutilation and disfiguring of pages of library materials by ink or pencil marks are prohibited.
  • Defects found in the books and bound volumes taken out for reading or borrowing should be brought immediately to the notice of the staff on duty.
  • Books loaned should be protected from RAIN, DUST, INSECTS, etc.


  • Sign in the gate register kept at the Check point, while entering in to the library.
  • Show the documents which are being taken out of the library, to the staff at the check point.
  • Contact the staff on duty/section for any queries.
  • Keep the Library premises tidy.


  • More than half an hour to locate the documents is unnecessay. If you experience any difficulty in locating the required material, Please contact the Library Staff/librarian.
  • Move books/journals from its specific area to another area
EEE 375 3765 7 1 YES
ECE 436 6185 6 1 YES
CSE 545 6574 6 2 YES
CIVIL 278 2754 6 NIL YES
MECH 384 3145 6 NIL YES
S & H 342 5284 3 NIL YES
GENERAL 562 840 7
CSE 105 591 5 NIL YES
DCE 185 420 3
DME 190 435 3
TOTAL 3492 30412 50 12



Reference sources such as dictionaries, encyclopaedias, directories, Gazettes, almanacs, atlases, etc. are research tools that can help you for your paper or project. Reference sources provide answers to specific questions, such as brief facts, statistics, and technical instructions; provide background information; or direct you to additional information sources. In most libraries, reference sources do not circulate and are located in a separate reference collection. This practice makes reference sources readily available and easily accessible.

Reference sources are designed to be consulted rather than read through. Its design is generally dependent on the type of information and treatment provided. There are different types of reference sources available that cover practically every subject. Although the term reference is frequently used, reference sources can be books, serials, on-line databases or the Internet. A large part of using reference sources well is choosing the right one.

In spite of wide variety sources available, reference sources can be categorized into a handful of groups. Think about the kind of information you need and how you will use it. If you are unsure which reference tool is best suited to your information need, a reference librarian will be able to assist you.

Quick Reference guides for selecting the right type of reference source:

For information about… Choose…
1.Words -Dictionaries
2.General information/Overview of topic -Encyclopedias
3.Names & addresses of people,  organizations, institutions, companies. -Directories
4.Profiles of people -Biographical Dictionaries
5.Places/Maps -Gazetteers or Atlases
6.Facts and Statistics -Almanacs
7.Formula, Tables, How-To-Do-It -Handbooks and Manuals
8.A person’s work -Reviews or Criticisms
9.Dates, outlines, historical timelines -Historical tables, Chronologies, Historical yearbooks
10.Periodical Articles -Indexes or Abstracts
11.Books and other sources -Bibliographies or Guides to Literature…



We undertake the following services in order to effective utilization of library sources:

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Circulation (Issue and Return)

Photocopying Service

Reference Service

Library Orientation or User Education

News Paper Clipping Service

Referral Service

Photocopy rights – what you should know?

Users be aware of copyright rules and regulations.

  • Do you know the copying of whole book or journal issue is violation of copyright act.
  • Photocopying of only one chapter of a book or an article from a Journal for educational and research purposes is permitted under copyright law.
  • Users are solely responsible for upholding copyright laws and Library is not responsible for any Copyright infringement by users.

Restrictions/Guidelines on access and downloading of licensed e-Resources

  • Access to licensed e-Resources (e-books, e-journals and other digital resources) are governed by the Terms of Use as per the license agreement between Library and the respective publishers. The e-Resources are licensed for the non-profit educational use of the Institute. Copyright law in addition to individual license agreements also governs use of these e-Resources.

What is permitted?

  • Viewing multiple articles from an electronic journal on screen. The operation of your Web browser may result in multiple articles being copied to your computer’s hard disk. Where there is no intent to store the copy permanently, any such incidental copying involved in viewing an electronic publication is permitted.
  • Storing or printing a single article per issue of an electronic journal.


Monday- Friday: 8.30AM TO 6.30PM

Saturdays:  8.30 AM to 5.00PM & Sundays:  9.30AM TO 1.00PM


Week Days Only –9.00AM TO 5.30PM

CIRCULATION OF CDs (Issues & Returns)

Week Days Only—10.00AM TO 5.00PM