The Library remains open on all working days from 9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. except (Sunday (s), Saturday (s) and other gazetted holidays).
Membership is granted to all the benefited students of the college for one year only. The students who are promoted to the second/ third year are required to get the fresh membership for the new academic session.
The following documents are required for registration:
1.College Identity card
2.One Passport size photo
(i) The loss of books must immediately be reported in writing to the librarian.The members must replace the book/s with in 15 days of the date of loss of book’s reported. In case the book/s is/are of the volumes of the set, the entire set has to be replaced.
(ii) in case of loss of a book, which is out of print, the member shall bring the relevant certificate from the distributor/Book sellers. If publisher is local, then from the publisher about the non availability of the book
Over due charges of Rs. 1/- per day shall be charged in case the book (s) is not returned on the due date. Over due charges are collected through ‘Conscience Box’ method and no receipt is for it. Besides this overdue charges, the membership card may be withheld for one week if the book (s) is/are not returned within 30 days of the due date.
If a member does not return a book (s) after three reminders, the matter will ne referred to the principal.
A no Dues Certificate will be signed by the Librarian to the members, on the prescribed form obtainable from the library for issuance of Admission Ticket for University Examination.
As the college library is a place of individual study, it is necessary to maintain an atmosphere of quiet and dignity inside the library. Talking and Smoking are strictly prohibited in the library. Any student, whose act or behavior is considered undesirable by the librarian, may be refused admission to the library.
Library books are costly and often rare. They should be used and handled with care. Members shall not write upon, damage, tear down the leaves or make a mark upon nay book.Before leaving the Library circulation counter, the matter must satisfy themselves whether the book lent to him/her, is in sound condition. If not, he/she shall immediately bring the matter to the notice of the librarian / library staff. Otherwise member shall be held responsible for nay damage noticed/reported later or at the time of returning the books. A member shall be responsible for any loss or damage o the books or other document belonging to the library while under his/her use and shall be required to replace such books or documents. Penalty for book lost, damaged, mutilted or defaced by marking, shall be fixed by the Librarian.
Any change in the residential address of any member may be intimating in writing to the librarian.
The members, who are economically backward, may avail the book bank facility. Maximum three books are issued to the member of the entire session. A separate notice is given for book bank issue indicating the period in which this facility may be used by the members.
The members have the privilege of direct access to shelves in the stack hall. It is important, that the arrangement of books is maintained on the shelves for the convenience of the members themselves. The books can be freely taken out but on no account the books should be re-shelved by the members because of the danger of their misplacement.