All students, faculty members of the Institute are authorized to use the library
OPAC stands for Online Public Access Catalogue. This is a database of all books, journals, theses, Back volumes etc., available in the library. It enables speedy searching of a particular book, books on a given subject, and/or a book by an author.
A self-service (KIOSK) facility allows a faster and more efficient way of borrowing and returning books. Users can place their RFID-enabled Identity card and Issue/Return the books themselves. They can also check their transaction details using KIOSK and take a printed receipt
Yes, if she fails to return the books within a prescribed period of time. A member is required to pay a late fee, per day per book Rs.5 only/-
Yes , but check with the library circulation counter whether the book is reserved by anyone else. If not, the book can be renewed.
No, journals, back volumes and magazines are meant for reference inside the library only. These materials cannot be borrowed.
Yes, the Library can arrange books and copies of articles on inter-library loan from other libraries.
Yes, interested students/ researchers from outside are allowed to utilize the library resources if they produce valid identity cards with appropriate permission letter and register as day members by paying a daily library fee of Rs. 25.
A library is not a luxury but one of the necessities of life.-Henry Ward Beecher