About Library

As an Institution in the forefront of knowledge enrichment and dissemination of knowledge, catering to the academic needs of over 3000 students, the library has put in place enormous knowledge resource.

The library is placed in the II and III floor with an area of 2560 and 2144 sqft and a stock of nearly 32,000 books, periodicals, national and international journals, audio –video materials etc.

The knowledge resource centre also offers on-line databases and internet resources that help project and research work. Trained and experienced library staff assist the faculty and students with point-of-use instructions, help in fulfilling the thirst of the users. The library provides an environment that is both stimulating and relaxing for academic exercise.

Working Hours

8.30 AM – 6.00 PM

Collection Process
Collection Process
Collection Process
Category of Loan Membership No. of Books Period of Loan
Students Under Graduate 4 15
Students Post Graduate 4 15
Students MBA 4 15
Students MCA 4 15
PhD Students 6 15
Faculty Teaching 6 One semester
Non-Teaching Staff 2 30 days
Issue/Return Timing
  • General books – Monday-Friday: 9.00 AM to 5.30 PM and on Saturdays 8.30 A.M. to 1.30 PM
  • Reference books, bound volumes of journals, loose issues are issued from 3.00 PM to 5.00 PM.
Inter Library Loan
  • The Library offers inter-library loan service to its users for the books not available in the library by borrowing them from IIM(B) Library, in turn, also lends its resources to the libraries of other government and academic institutions.
Reference Service
  • The Library maintains a separate reference collection consisting of encyclopedias, dictionaries, directories, handbooks, atlases, etc. Reference books are marked “R”.
  • The Reference Section facility is extended to the students, staff and faculty of the Institute from 8.30 a.m. to 6.00 p.m. on all working days. Readers may approach the Reference Desk for information or any assistance in the use of the Library Collections and Services.
Best Practices
  • Circulating the list of new arrivals of the books to all the departments by email.
  • Scanning the title page and content page of the latest issue of the magazines & journals and mailing to all the faculties
  • Intimating all the departments as and when all the journals and E-resources and Institutional memberships are renewed.
  • Issue of two extra books for the first three toppers of all courses for the entire semester.
  • Issue of two extra books to the economically backward students and maintaining a separate book bank for these students.
  1. Total Number of Books: 30932
  2. Project Reports: 1556
  3. Bound Volumes: 525
  4. Periodicals:
  5. National: 47
  6. International: 23
  7. E- Journals:
  8. National Journals: 180+
  9. International Journals: 2000+
  10. Case Studies: 49
  11. Newspapers: 21
  12. Databases: 3
  13. CDs / DVDs and Non-Book : 3450
  14. Audio Cassettes : 35 & Maps: 3
  15. Reference Books: 11557
  16. External Users/Visitors: Students/faculties from other colleges can refer the library with prior permission from the Principal
Code of Conduct
  • Identity card must for the students to enter the library and to issue the books.
  • The user should check in/check out and should sign the register with in/out time.
  • The students have to sign to the terms and conditions of the library before obtaining the identity card
  • The identity card should be kept till the completion of the course and should compulsorily return back to the library to get the PDC
  • Students have to clear the no dues from the library for the University examinations
Loss & Defacement of Books, Journals and CD's
  • Any loss of books & defacement should be bared by the borrower and should replace the book of the same title, author ,publisher & edition. In case the book is not available the students has to pay the cost of the book + Rs.100.
  • The same rule applies for Journal and CD also
List of In-house faculties Book publications
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Library Staff
SLNO Name Designation Qualification
1 N V Prasannakumari Librarian M.Phil. In Lib & Inf.Sc
1 Gajanana Nayak Asst. Librarian M.Li.Sc
1 Nirmala A Asst. Librarian B.Li.Sc
Library Information (To Be Updated- Till Date)
Library resources Link to the relevant document
e-books EBSCO
Shodhganga http://shodhganga.inflibnet.ac.in
Databases EBSCO, J-Gate Plus, N-List, EBSCO – http://search.ebscohost.com ( With in the college User ID & Password not required) NLIST – http://nlist.inflibnet.ac.in JGateplus – http://jgateplus.com DOAJ – http://doaj.org
Local and / or Remote access to e- resources (Specify) Access through static IP address of the college

Library is fully automated with the Library software, “EASYLIB” since 2004 and is updated as and when the software is updated.

Easy Lib with Web OPAC.

Library is fully automated with the Library software, “EASYLIB” since 2004 The main functionality of the software is with Accession & Cataloguing, Circulation , Member Database & Reports. In/Out Management and WEBOPAC

Accession and Cataloguing
  • This system provides cataloguing and complete stock details of all the books, reference books, gift books, SC/ST books, manuals, project reports, ISI codes, Exam tables/code books, CD's, maps, video cassettes, and other nonbook materials available in your library. Following is the detailed list of functions provided.
  • Catalogue on a simple and user-friendly screen
  • Handles multiple copies by grouping them together
  • Enter multiple copies of a title only once and link others
  • Extensive Non Book Cataloguing
  • Cataloguing with Extensive Details
  • Cataloguing of non book material including bound volumes Customization of the Accession Register View
Charging and Discharging (Issue and Return)
  • Issue, return and renewals of books, non-book items and loose
  • Ability to issue multiple books with one keystroke
  • Ability to take digital signature as a proof of borrowing
  • Ability to print a slip and take signature as proof of borrowing
  • Overnight circulation facility Facility to support drop box facility
In/Out Management
  • Library Users In / Out
  • Can used by Barcode You can track number of visits made by department wise / course wise
  • Time spent in library by a user Visitors entry
  • Customized search and reporting on circulation and due
  • Information
  • Ability to send individualized mass emails on dues
  • Circulation load pattern related dues Statistical reports on circulation
  • Circulation parameters by profiles
  • Load factor analysis reports Recommendation of books that need binding, more copies or weeding out Various others
Library Automated

Circulation is one of the major functions in library operations. It deals with charging and discharging of books (issue and return). Various types of circulation including regular circulation, reference circulation, overnight circulation, loose issue circulation etc., can be performed. The system keeps a track of what member has borrowed, due details and reservations. Reservation facility works on a queuing mechanism where it keeps the reservation on open status till the book requested is available. When it is available, it allots it to the person as well as sends an email to the person on the availability. In addition, circulation is backed up by digital signature and print on charging facility that act as proof of borrowing a book. List of functions in this module are:


Record member data with photograph Ø Manage member profiles and groups Ø Import member listing from other systems Ø Subscription expiry dates to suit your organization Ø Ability to take their digital signature and store them Ø System to promote members from one grade to next Ability to store history of member data

  • Web OPAC Easylib Web - OPAC runs on intranet / internet without any necessity installation on the machine. The client only connects at runtime.
  • Search on the library items
  • Real time availability status
  • Place reservation and renewal requests
  • View items one has borrowed and reserved along with due details
  • Multi Language Catalogue Search
  • Learn more about library
  • See new arrivals list
  • Title details as well as copy details
  • Search by Word, beginning of a word, letter, Search all, etc In addition, as a part of our continuous improvement process, more and

  • Library Advisory Committee consists of one teaching faculty and one student Member from each department. ​
  • The Chairman of the Advisory Committee being the Director &  Principal of the College. ​
  • The member secretary being the librarian​
  • The Committee meets twice a year at the beginning of the semester.​

  • The duties and functions of the Committee are:​
  • To consider policy matters regarding library including the policy for procurement of books and journals and render advice to the Committee for Library procurements.​
  • To look into day to day problems of the Library clientele, Library staff and send Recommendations to Principal for the desired decision.
  • To maintain liaison between Library and various Academic Departments  for the purchase of books, subscription & renewal of journals & magazines,  subscription & renewal of E-Resources, subscription & renewal of Institutional  Memberships​
  • To consider and put forward the views of faculty members regarding books/journals selection, ordering process etc.
  • To consider and put forward the views of students and Research Scholars  regarding their problems and solutions sought there of
Library activities:
  • Book Exhibition of the books written by our faculties, Kannada kavya vachana spardhe, open book examination, book review and article review is been conducted every year with the support of various clubs and prizes are distributed.



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