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Our computerized library is extensive, well ventilated, and spacious with comfortable seating arrangements. There is well qualified and experienced librarian who manages the library. Every student is provided sufficient books according to his/her need. The library have huge collection of text & reference book, National & International Journals, Mazgenes, CD’s, DVDS, Data cable, Video Cassette. The library has quality Xerox, Clipping, Bibliographic compilation, Reference, Information display and notification, Book Bank, Photocopying, Computer and Printer, Internet, Online access facility, Power back up, User orientation/information literacy.
The purpose of a library is to freely disseminate knowledge. Our library is therefore operated on a need-based approach rather than the usual rules-based treatment given to students everywhere. We allow open access to the collection and encourage students to browse through the stacks when required. Stocks: Our well stocked library far surpasses the standards prescribed by the university in terms of number of books, reading hall space, illumination and other factors.
Journals: To keep up with the rapid pace of development in computing science and technology, we have subscribed to more than 14 journals of international and national repute.
All round development: With our continued emphasis on all round personality development, we have made it a point to include books on a variety of topics like philosophy, religion, political and social history, biographies of eminent personalities, Methodology, Pedagogy subjects English and Marathi classical literature, etc. We also have several self-help books on personality development, public speaking, improving English writing, and other similar skills. We have been sanctioned a special budget of a sizable amount to procure non-syllabi books very year.
Automation: Our library is presently being automated and students will be able to browse through the catalogs and put claims on books from any computer in the college campus. Another ambitious feature of this automation is the capability to see the contents .pages of all books from any terminal on the network. We also plan to hookup a bar-code reader with the system to speedup circulation operations as students sometimes visit the library for transactions between lectures. Free Internet access will also be provided in the reading room .