The College Library is headed by a senior Faculty as Library in-charge and is supported by one Librarian, one Asst. Librarian, Six book keepers, one Sr. assistant, one Hardware Technician and three helpers. The Central Library is spacious, well ventilated and provided with adequate furniture.
To cater to the needs of Students and the Faculty, the Central Library is equipped with about 76,182 volumes and about 12,248 Titles covering the core subjects as well as general subjects. The Library is fully automated and the data base is managed by SLIM 21 software. A good collection of Titles is earmarked as reference books and a spacious reading room is attached to it. The Library is subscribing to as many as 92 National and 480 International Journals and also 53 National and International Magazines.
The books are arranged and classified according to the Dewey Decimal Classification Scheme. All students and staff are the members of the library and about 150 persons can use library simultaneously, Open Access System is followed in the library.
The library rules are formulated with the main focus on maximum utilization of all the library resources by all sections of the college and to facilitate the smooth functioning.
The central library has a separate “Electronics Resources Wing” with more than 300 CD ROMS and also 50 systems having internet connectivity with 30 mbps Bandwidth to access various National and International Journals & on-line e-journals like IEEE: 145, ASME: 26, ASCE: 34, and Elsevier: 275 and to access DELNET and INFLIBNET. To support WAN and LAN the library is equipped with Three SERVERS and 19 core i3 computers connected to Library automation.
National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning resources (NPTEL) material of CSE, CE, ME, EEE, ECE, Basic science and Humanities can be accessed through 12 Core i3 computers.
All working Days: 8.00 AM to 6.00 PM The Issue Counter functions between 9.30 AM and 5.30 PM on all working days.
The members shall reserve any book which is already in issue. The reserved books after their return will be kept at the counter for two consecutive days for the benefit of those who reserved them. If they fail to collect them within two days these books shall be issued to the members in the waiting list and the members shall forfeit their seniority in reservation.