Services provided by the library
- Reading Room Service
- Reference and Information Service
- Photocopy of Document Service
- INTERNET Service
- E-mail Service
- Database Search Service
- CD-ROM Search Service
- Current Awareness Service
Sections of the library
- Stack Area:
All the processed books have been kept in 61 wooden almirahs, 1 book case, 8 steel racks and 2 wide wooden book case. The books are arranged in a classified order according to the Class Numbers. Subject guide is displayed in prominent place to guide the users.
- Technical Section:
The books and other reading materials are being classified using DDC 20th (Dewey Decimal Classification 20th Edition) and AACR-II (Anglo American Cataloguing Rules 2nd Edition) for cataloguing purposes. 80% of the books had to be re-classified and re-catalogued. Duties of the Library Staff have been specified in a staff manual to speed up the work flow of the library.
- Reference Section:
Reference Books have been separated from the textbooks which were mixed up previously. Reference books are kept near the librarian's working table so as to make readily available any specific information required by the users.
- Journal & Newspaper Section:
Journals and Newspapers have been organized separately on the stacks near the Teachers' Reading Table. A list of Journals and Newspapers currently subscribed to by the college library have been compiled in order to keep the teachers, students and staff informed as to which journals and newspapers are available in the library.
- Book Bank Section:
There are total 1616 books for book bank and these books are issued to Backward class students and economically poor students.
- Back Volume Section:
The old loose issues of the journals got bound and kept in a separate place in a classified order.
- Circulation Section:
For Circulation Control of reading materials Browne System is followed. Readers Tickets with the "Library Rules" are issued to the students at the time of Admission in to the college. Readers may get complete information about the library through this publication. Days are fixed for circulation control for different category of users.
- New Arrival Display:
Newly processed books are kept at a prominent place for one week or more to attract and to bring these to the notice of the users.