Library and Knowledge Resources Centre

University Education Commission (1948-49), under the chairmanship of  Dr. S. Radhakrishnan stressed the importance of library in higher education by stating that “Library is the heart of an Institution“. As such our college library and information centre supports teaching, learning and research activities of college with access to quality information resources and services. We strive to provide concordant atmosphere that may stimulate users to exploit library resources for self-education and intellectual growth.

Housed on the first floor of the college building, library has reading room-cum- circulation section, reference section, main stack room and journals section. Open access to all the library resources is accorded to or entire user community to ensure maximum out reach of our vast collection. Koha open-source integrated library system is used to automate the library functions and services. Along with the automation of library services, we have moved towards building up the digital repository of scholarly output of our institution using Dspace open-source software jointly developed by MIT libraries and Hewlett-Packard Labs.

Our motto is to be an effective intermediary between knowledge and knowledge seekers and thus help them to broaden their academic potentials, research skills, and culture of broad inquiry.

 

Working Hours
 8.30 a.m. to 3.30 p.m.

Issue and Return
  • Issue of Books
  • Staff                              9.00 a.m – 3.00 p.m.
  • B.Ed                              9.00 a.m – 3.00 p.m.
  • M.Ed                             9.00 a.m – 3.00 p.m.
  • Research Scholars      9.00 a.m – 3.00 p.m.
  • Reissue/ Return    9.00 a.m – 3.00 p.m.
Membership
  • All members of the faculty, students and administrative staff of the college are members of the library.
  • Staff, students and research scholars of the sister institutions, other training colleges, schools and Universities are allowed to use the library with the permission of the Principal.

 

Lending of Books

The members are eligible to borrow the number of books given against each category

Category

No.of Books

Period

Faculty

10

14 days

Students (M.Ed)

6

14 days

Students (B.Ed)

4

14 days

Research Scholars

5

14 days

Administrative Staff

5

14 days

 

To Keep in Mind

  • Every member/ visitor has to sign in the gate register at the entrance before entering the library.
  • Keeping in mind that the library is a place of individual study and research, members should maintain strict silence, proper behaviour and cleanliness within the library premises.
  • Misbehaviour and indiscipline will lead to cancellation of membership and disciplinary action.
  • Engaging in conversation/ discussion/ group study inside the reading hall is strictly prohibited.
  • All personal belongings except notebooks and writing materials should be kept outside before entering the library.
  • Do not replace books on the shelves – A misplaced book is a lost book.
  • On no account shall a member disfigure a library book.
  • A book may be recalled at any time even before the normal period of loan is not over.
  • Members are entitled to borrow books on the production of borrower’s cards issued from the library.
  • Students shall return the borrower’s cards at the end of the academic session.
  • Readers are not allowed to borrow books on the card of another reader.
  •  Members will present Bar coded membership card books at the issue/ return counter for charging/discharging.
  • Loss of books and borrower’s card must be reported immediately in writing to the librarian.
  • Members shall replace books lost or pay the estimated cost for them as per rules from time to time.
  • Duplicate borrower’s card will be issued after period at the discretion of the librarian and for each lost card member shall pay Rs. 30.00
  • As per the government rules [G.O.(M.S)No-66/2003/H.Edn dt:07/06/2003] a fine of Rs. 1.00 per day will be levied for delay in returning the books.
  • Absence from college will not be admitted as an excuse for delay in returning books.
  • Students should satisfy themselves that the books lent to them are in good condition and if not, the fact should be brought to the notice of librarian.
  • By the act of using any facility of the library, users agree to abide by the rules of the library.
List of Journals

 

24.01.2019

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1

BRICSJER UGC approved

2

GCTE Journal of Research and Extension

3

Journal of Educational Research and Extension

4

Gynodaya: The Journal of Progressive Education for year

5

Edutracks

6

Resonance – Journal of Science Education

7

Indian Journal of open learning

8

New Frontiers in Education

9

Indian Educational Review

10

Journal of Indian Education

11

Primary Teacher

12

School Science

13

University News

14

Journal of Educational Planning and Administration

15

Journal of Educational and Psychological Research

Quick View

1.

Total Number of Books

17863

2.

Total Number of Journals

15

3.

Total Number of Dissertation

424

4.

Total Number of Educational and Dissertation CD ROM

537

5.

Total Number of Minor Research Projects

13

6.

Total Number of Ph.D Theses

20

7.

Total Number of Bound Volumes

496

8.

Total Number of News Papers

6

9.

Total Number Weeklies and Magazines

7

Library Staff

Mrs. M. Sabira 

College Librarian (UGC)

 9995916716

sabira2168@yahoo.co.in

Mr. K..P. Ahamad

Library Assistant

9846197864

Mr. P.C. Majeed

Library Assistant

9847699215