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ELECTRINICS FOR YOU https://magazine.electronicsforu.com/
INDIAN JOURNAL ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS https://www.irbejournal.com/
JOURNAL OF BIOSCIENCES https://www.ias.ac.in/Journals/Journal_of_Biosciences
JOURNAL OF GENETICS https://www.ias.ac.in/Journals/Journal_of_Genetics/
JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL SCIENCES
PRAMANA-JOURNAL OF PHYSICS https://www.ias.ac.in/Journals/Pramana_%E2%80%93_Journal_of_Physics/
PROCEEDINGS- MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES
INDIAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOPHYSICS (IJBB)
INDIAN JOURNAL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY (IJBT)
INDIAN JOURNAL EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY (IJEB)
INDIAN JOURNAL OF CHEMISTRY-SECTION A (IJC-A)
INDIAN JOURNAL OF CHEMISTRY-SECTION B (IJC-B)
INDIAN JOURNAL CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY (IJCT)
JOURNAL OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS (JIPR)
INDIAN JOURNAL OF NATURAL PRODUCTS AND RESOURCES (IJNPR)
INDIAN JOURNAL OF PURE AND APPLIED PHYSICS (IJPAP)
INDIAN JOURNAL OF FIBRE AND TEXTILE RESEARCH (IJFTR)
JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH (JSIR)
MEDICINAL AND AROMATIC PLANTS ABSTRACTS (MAPA)
INDIAN SCIENCE ABSTRACTS (ISA)
ANU JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL SCIENCES
ANU JOURNAL OF COMMERCE AND MANAGEMENT
ANU JOURNAL OF EDUCATION AND PHYSICAL EDUCATON
ANU JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
ANU JOURNAL OF LAW
ANU JOURNAL OF HUMANITIES
ANU JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING
The library provides
open access to its collection except rare books. It takes special care to
ensure that the entire collection is properly and regularly shelved, library
stack are neatly maintained and users get the desired
documents without wasting time. The concerned staff has been given the
responsibility of maintaining specific number of shelves. Professional staff
undertakes shelf rectification at regular intervals.
The library conducts stock verification
every five years. The books found in damaged and mutilated condition or found
missing are written off as per rules. Although, library does not have a defined
policy for weeding out of old, unused and outdated material, it however
attempts to segregate and write off such material selectively in consultation
with the faculty.
The security of library material is a
challenge in an academic institution. The library will have to plan for better
solution (CCTV), once the present system has worn out.
Library 10.00 AM to
and Internet Room 09.00 AM to 06.00PM
- Silence to be maintained
- No discussion permitted inside the library
should be done to become a library member prior to using the library
- No personal belongings allowed inside the library
- Textbook, printed materials and issued books
are not allowed to be taken inside the library
Cellular phones and audio instruments with or without speaker or headphone
in strictly prohibited in the library premises
your name and Sign in the register kept at the entrance counter before
- Show the
books and other materials which are being taken out of the library to the
staff at the entrance counter
librarian may recall any book from any member at any time and the member
shall return the same immediately
borrowed books are not transferable. The borrower is responsible for the
borrowed book on his/her card.
- Refreshment of any kind shall not be taken anywhere in the library
Library membership is free to all
students, faculty and staff of the Government College for Women. Students and
faculty from the government institutions are also allowed to use the library
(reference only) free of charge. In order to optimize the use of library
resources, the membership is also offered to College Alumni and retired faculty.
Circulation is one of
the most important services of the library and over 50 loan transactions are
carried out every day. All students, faculty and staff have been provided the library card. The Central Library
observes following time schedule for circulation service:
11.00 AM to 04.00PM
Reference books, bound volumes of
journals, loose issues and Competitive books are issued after 4.00 PM for night
issues or holidays and returned next day morning at 10.00 AM or reopening of college after
holidays. The library also issued s books for the entire duration of the
vacation at the end of the each semester to students. Following tables gives an
idea of the entitlement of various categories of users, number of the books
they can borrow and the period of loan :
Students 03 Books 15 days
SC/ST Students 09 Books One Semester
Teaching Staff 10 Books One Semester
Non-Teaching staff 2 Books 15 days
A service that connects
users with the library and helps them to make full use of the resources. It
includes guidance in the use of information resources and services, help in
locating required documents, instructions for accessing on line library
resources including Catalogue, e-journals, e-books, databases, CDs and DVDs etc.
This is the human interface between library and its users.
Document Delivery Service
The library provides
free photocopying service to the faculty of the Institute. An external outfit
operating within the premises of the library offers the service on payment to
students, staff and walk-in users.
The library maintains a book bank
comprising mainly text books to help students belonging to weaker sections of
the society. The books (5-7) from this collection are issued for a period of
one semester to the SC/ST, as well as to economically weaker students.
ICT-Enabled Services - Digital Library
College Library has computerized all its
operations and activities, and is a part of the Broad Band Network under NMEICT.
The library has 1 server, 6 PCs, one printer and one Xerox machine accessories adequate to
cater to its needs. 5 PCs are meant for users to access databases, e-books,
e-journals and other e-resources.
The College Library
Portal and Library blog is a gateway to its resources and services is under
processing. The purpose of an information gateway of this type is to help users
discover high quality, relevant web-based information quickly and effectively.
The portal besides providing information about the staff, collection and
services, allows access to the Catalogue, and provides direct link to
e-resources of NLIST, DELNET, INFLIBNET SHODHGANGA, e-PG Pathshala, Integrated
e-content Portal, NPTEL, SWAYAM and NATIONAL
USER EMPOWERMENT, INFORMATION LITERACY
College library organizes
intensive programmes for orientation of new students both at undergraduate and
postgraduate levels, in the beginning of the academic year. College librarian
is a regular invitee to address the new entrants and explains them the
important role a library plays in higher education in Arts, Commerce and Science
and technology. An audio-visual presentation is made to introduce them to the
facilities, rules, resources (print and electronic), and services of the
library. Training sessions are also organized whenever a new product or service
All the new entrants are
taken to the library tour in small groups to physically show them the library
resources, how to access these resources and various other services that they
can avail during their studies.
The library offers a number of current
awareness services to inform and alert its users. A list of recent additions of
books and faculty publications added to the collection is put on the library blog.
It displays important information of interest appearing in journals,
newspapers, newsletters and other sources. The library also displays
announcements of forthcoming training programmes, conferences and international
events, Job opportunities, Educational opportunities, Internships, fellowships
and scholarships in the library blog and also in whatsApp.
extension of new first floor and new Ground
floor building with 4,800 Sq ft area is sanctioned under RUSA and construction to
be Completed in April 2018.
About 10,000 more books to be added in
next two years.
More focus will be on e-Resources
(e-books, e-journals, e-databases, etc.).