The College Library was established in 2006 . It functions from 9.30 am to 4.30 pm to facilitate its optimal uses . It serves as the heart of the institution providing information and knowledge through diversified learning resources like Books, Journals , Magazines , Newspapers , Project Reports , Online –resources , Internet , INFLIBNET NLIST – e journal and e-books . The library helps to update and widen the knowledge of the students and staff.
The library books are computerized and bar-coded.
1 . Mrs. S.Sudha -Assistant Professor ,Department Of English
2 . G.Sumitra- Librarian
3 . B . Prema- Assistant Librarian
Best Practices In The Library
- In the beginning of the academic year, orientation is given to the new comers.
- As and when new services are introduced, orientation is given to all the members.
- Open access system is followed to give free access to the readers.
- Current events and educational & employment opportunities are displayed on the notice board.
- To speed up all the services Central Library is computerized with Autolib software and books are bar-coded.
- New arrivals are periodically displayed.
- Library Committee provides guidance for the betterment and modernized services and facilities.
- Online reference facilities are given to all the readers.
- Theses & Dissertation of Staff & Students are also available for reference.
Facilities & Services
The following facilities are provided in the library.
- INFLIBNET NLIST – e journals and e books
- OPAC :urcw Library – Online Public Access Catalogue
- DOAB, DOAJ, NDL: E-Resources
- Question bank
- References on the text books, reference books, journals / magazines and project reports/ dissertations/thesis
- Non-Book Materials and Online Reference – Audio cassettes, CDs and DVDs, browsing through internet
- Water facilities
- Reading Room
Rules & Regulations
To facilitate the atmosphere for reading, readers should do their reference works silently
Students have to borrow and return the books all time on all working days.
Students are strictly forbidden to either underline or mark on the library books. Folding the corners of pages is not allowed.
Readers are advised to examine the condition of the book even at the time of borrowing. If there is any damage, it should be immediately brought to the notice of the librarian. Otherwise, the borrower will be held responsible for the damage.
All the students must return their library books to the library staff at the end of their semester. A student who discontinues her studies in the semester of the year should surrender her library books and get a ‘no due chit’ from the librarian.
The Library Association promotes reading habit among the students by conducting various competitions and giving certificates to the winners. special lectures are arranged for the students and staff to update their knowledge about the modern technology-based information services.
Maximum use of the available reading materials is encouraged through programmes like ‘Book Review’ and ‘Journal Review’.