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    College is member of the Project National Library and Information Services Infrastructure for Scholarly Content (N-LIST), being jointly executed by the UGC-INFONET Digital Library Consortium, INFLIBNET Centre and the INDEST-AICTE Consortium, IIT Delhi. This project provides free access to a collection of more than 97000+ full text e-books and more than 6000+ e-journals on all the subjects to students, researchers and faculty members. Many new academic e-resources are added to this facility nearly every month. Full text e-books can also be downloaded or printed directly from the publishers website under this project. The students desirous of using this facility are directed to contact Librarian/Assistant Librarian alongwith their e-mail IDs. Five computers with VPN (Virtual Private Network) Internet access and N-List facility have already been installed in the college library for the benefit of the students. More computers can also be arranged based on the use and requirement. There are over 32,000 books in the College Library, pertaining to all the disciplines taught in the College. Out of this number, 26,000 books are stacked in General Section and 6,000 are in the Book Bank. College also has a regular subscription of 28 newspapers (Hindi and English), 35 magazines and journals and 3 Computer and Electronics periodicals for the benefit of students and teachers. All the students are directed to adhere to the following library rules strictly; i. All the students on the rolls of the College shall be eligible to become members of the College Library. ii. Every student is entitled to draw two books for reading at home for a period of 30 days from the library. iii. The borrower shall be solely responsible for the safety/preservation of the books drawn by him/her. iv. A fine of Re. 1/- per day per book will be charged beyond due date of submission of the book from the defaulter students. v. In case a book is found mutilated, torn, defaced or misplaced the actual cost of the book plus 20% of the original cost will be charged from such defaulter student. vi. Reference books are to be consulted in library only after obtaining permission from the Librarian. vii. The College also operates a books bank from which text books are loaned to poor students of all categories on security basis, (i.e. actual cost plus 20% and maintenance charge of Rs. 2/- per book). Students can get their library security refunded within one year after leaving the College; otherwise the security will stand forfeited.--

    (D.R. Chandel)
    Librarian

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