Library for B.Tech and MCA
The Institute library has a valuable collection of about 30,000 text &
reference books, Hand books I.S. codes. About 50 nos of journals are being
subscribed to Institute Library.
The library remains open from 9.00 A.M. to 8.00 P.M. with one hour lunch
break i.e. from 1.00 PM to 2.00 PM on all working days except on Saturday Saturday
timing is from 9 AM to 1.00 PM. On Sunday and other public holidays it is closed.
All the library transactions work are being done computer as it is a automated library.
Bonafide users of the institute library are :
- All teachers of institute
- All bonafide students of the institute
- All other employees of the institute
All bonafide students must bring their Library Cards for entering into
Library. They must use the Library Cards for issuing Books.
All bonafide students of the institute shall be allowed to borrow up to a
maximum of two books. However a final year, B.Tech., pre-final M.C.A. students
may be allowed to borrow one additional book (i.e. three books at any time).
All student borrowers may be permitted to retain books by them for a maximum
period of 14 days without fine (the days calculated are inclusive of the date of issue.)
A book issued to a student borrower may be reissued on request for two consecutive
periods of 14 days each provided there is not earlier demand for the same book. At
the time of renewal the book to be re-issued shall be presented physically at the
library counter by the borrower personally.
If a student borrower fails to return the books issued in his name on or before the
due date, an overdue charge of 10 paise per day per book shall be charged up to 10
days of default. The calculation of days will include the date of return. The rate
of over due charge will be increased by 50 paise per day per book for the defaulters
starting from the 11th day onwards after the due date, till the date of actual return.
If a student borrower fails to return any book issued in his name within 45
days from the due date, necessary steps shall be taken to recover the borrowed
books or the current price of the book/books in addition to special fines as per
rules. The special fines shall be charged @ 10% of the cost of the book in the
maximum and may extend to 100% of the present cost of the book depending on the
importance of the book which is to be decided by the library committee.
Whenever the institute decides a physical stock verification of the library,
the Librarian may recall all borrowers to return the books for a specified period.
The manner of such recall may be decided by the institute as may be deemed proper
irrespective of the preceeding rules.
The account of overdue charged and similar other collections made from library
users shall be maintained separately by the institute. The funds thus collected
shall be utilised for the development of the library.
If a student leaves the institute without obtaining clearance from the library
necessary steps shall be taken by the institute to realise the dues.
Books and documents which are considered rare shall not on any account be removed
from the library premises.
Hand books, rare reference materials, encyclopedia, ISI specification, codes
and selected texts and reference books kept in the reserve section shall not be
issued to borrowers but can be referred inside the library only.
Journals and magazines are to be used strictly inside the library and those
including old volumes shall not be issued to any borrower under normal circumstances.
Private books and personal belonging should be kept in the property counter before
entering into the library.
A borrower who causes any damages to a book / journal may be called upon
to pay such penalty as the committee decides. i.e. Five times the cost of book.
If any body causes the damages to the furniture or attempts to remove from the
library a book/journal that has not been duly issued to him by the authorised library
staff, appropriate action shall be taken against him as per library rule, i.e. five
times the cost of the book.
- Conversation and smoking are strictly prohibited inside the library.
Borrowers are advised to inspect books issued to them at the time of issue
and to call attention to any damage or defacement detected by them. Any damage or
mutilation of a book noticed at the time of returning shall be ascribed to the
- Loss of book / journals shall be reported by the Librarian to the Library Committee.
Library for Diploma Students
The institute has a separate library for Diploma students under the direct supervision
of the librarian. It has 10,000 text, reference. ISI code and hand books. Bonafide users
of all library are :
- All teaching staff and other employees of the Institute.
- All Diploma students of the Institute.
The usual working hours of the library is from 9.00 A.M. to 7.00 P.M.on all
working days except on Saturday and other public holidays. The above working
hours may be changed with proper notification.
It is a closed access library. Students have to get the books issued/return
books at the issue counter. However there is a reading provision for student
inside the library. The issue & return of books will be made on fortnight basis.
The days of the week for transaction of books for different years will be notified
from time to time.
A student can borrow 3 books at a time from the library and shall be permitted to
keep it for a maximum period of one month. He has to get the book reissued within
one month from the date of issue. If a student borrower fails to get re-issued/return
the book issued in his name on or before the due date, an over due charge of 10 paise
per day per book shall be charged upto 15 days of default. The calculation of days
include the date of return. The rate of overdue charge will be increased to 50 paise
per day per book for the defaults starting from 16th day onwards after the due date.
If a student borrower fails to return any book issued in his name within 45 days from
the due date, necessary step shall be taken to recover the borrowed books or the current
price of book/books in addition to special fines as per rules. The special fines shall be
charged @ 10% of the cost of the book in the minium and may extend to 100% of the present
cost of the book depending on the importance of the book to be decided by the professor
incharge of the library.
The difficulties of the students to buy
costly text books are solved partially by the Book Bank Scheme. Purchase of books
of such purposes are restricted to prescribed text books only. Initially, some
financial assistance was provided by the District Welfare Officer for purchase of
books for the Book Bank. Now they have totally stopped it. Presently it is self
managed by the revenue earned from the students. Depending on the requirement of
the students new books are purchased before the start of an academic session.
The books are suitably distributed among the students keeping in view the norm
that one set of books is meant for 7 students, for entire course. The allotment of
books are decided by lottery and the students are to bear 1/8th of the cost of the
books. The books should be returned to the Book Bank at the end of each Semester.
The students who drop out in the middle should ensure that the books in their name
are returned back to the Book Bank.
It is the responsibility of the students to maintain the books supplied to them
from Book Bank in Good Condition. Any case of loss or damage to the book shall lead
to penalty. In case of serious damages also the student has to bear the full cost of
replacement of the books.