You should immediately report to the Circulation Section about the loss of your Borrowing Card. Record of this card will be blocked with instant effect to avoid any misuse. You can apply for a new BC by depositing a fee of Rs. 20/-only.
(The BC is non-transferable and once issued to a particular student, only he/she is authorized to use the card and stands responsible for all library transactions. It is advised to report a lost or stolen card immediately to Central Library.)
Taking into consideration the number of copies of a particular book available in the library and number of students in its requirement, popularity of the book, etc. it is possible that there are students waiting for the same book you have been issued. To ensure that everyone should have a fair chance to get facilitated by available resources, a book is issued for 7 days only.
Books that have not been requested by another borrower can be renewed at the Circulation Counter. A Book can be renewed twice, upon which it needs to be returned back to the Central Library. Books requested by other borrowers may not be renewed.
Documents may be presented at the Circulation Counter during the circulation hours. Please verify your account to ensure that the status of the book is marked as ‘Returned’. Library materials must be returned on or before the date and/or time due in order to avoid overdue fines.
Fines are assessed on all overdue Library materials. Be sure to renew your Library material/s. Fines are paid at the Cash Counter at the office during working hours. Overdue item attracts a fine of: Rs. 2 per Day, per book.
Note: If your Library fines reach or exceed 100 Rs. you will not be able to borrow Library material.
A number of e-journals and databases are available in full-text format at the e-Resource Section in Central Library. Central Library is also a member of DELNET and N-List. Check the list of electronic journals (including 'Archives') available on the e-Resource Section in central library homepage.
Yes! The Library welcomes suggestions from students, faculty, staff and alumni too. Fill in the 'Purchase Recommendation Form’ and hand over it to the Central Library Acquisition Section. Recommendations from departments should get forwarded by their respective heads. Requisitions may be made based on catalogues or other available sources. (New Books are displayed round the year, replaced with new titles every week).
HathiTrust Contains over 2.7 million fully viewable digital volumes, including books and journals important for learning community. Some volumes in the HathiTrust Digital Library, however, are only available to search and are not available for download or to view in full.