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Library At a Glance

Sr. NO. Name of Title Quantity
1 Books 80474
2 UGCSG Books 22013
3 PG Library Books 37260
  Total 139747

Aims & Objectives of Library

  • To give timely and quality information services to users.
  • To assist the users in upgrading their knowledge/skills
  • The making proper use of library resources and services.
  • To plan and design use of print and e-resources.
  • To enable faculty members, students and other users of
  • The library to become better informed in their field of specialization.
  • To promote information literacy and e-learning.
  • To promote the ICT to draw out requisite information

Library Advisory Committee

Sr. No. Name Designation
1 Dr. P. R. Tharkar Principal
2 Dr. Sontake R. S. Vice- Principal
3 Dr. Barure S. B. Member
4 Dr. Ruddewad B. P. Member
5 Dr. Gadekar P.C. Secretary

Library Working Hours

On Working Days  9.00  am  to 4.00  am
On Holidays Closed
During Examination Period 9.00  am  to 4.00   am
During Vacation 9.00  am  to  4.00  am
Night Library 7.00 am  to  10 PM

Library Rules

  • Library Will Remain open from 9.00am to 4.00 pm.
  • Identity card is compulsory for getting access to the library.
  • Keep silence in the library and surrounding area.
  • Reference books, Journals, Magazines, Question papers & Newspapers will be issued only in the Reading room.
  • Book circulation service time is 9.00 am to 4.00 pm
  • Every Student must carry his/her library card and I card With him/her.
  • Degree Students will be issued only 02 books each on borrower’s Card UG & PG. Students will be issued only 02 books each on borrower’s Card.
  • Students should return the library books within a week.
  • If books are not returned on due date, Rs. 1/- will be charged per day for the delayed period.
  • Students should submit all books at the end of every academic year before university examination and take No-Dues Certificate.
  • In case of any help, please contact the librarian.
  • Please keep your mobile phone ‘switch off’ or on ‘silent mode’

Please take advantage of the library facilities and empower yourself with knowledge

Services & Facilities

1 Book Circulation ( Home Lending)
2 Reference Services
3 News Paper Clipping
4 Inter Library Loan
5 OPAC Facilities for Students & Teachers
6 Internet Facilities for Students & Teachers
7 Xerox Facilities
8 QR code facilities for Students & Teachers
9 M-OPAC Facilities for Students & Teacher

Library is the soul of the college. It is our great privilege that we have a rich and big library with variety of books, references, magazines, research journals besides text books of junior college, under graduate and post graduate classes. It is a matter of our pride that our library is one of the most self-sufficient and admired libraries in the region of Marathwada.

The library has three main sections:

  • Graduate Section
  • Post graduate Section
  • Night Library Section

A) Graduate Section

It is a special and unique feature of our college that we have a separate big and spacious building for library which is situated near the main building of the college. There are 150 qualitative and referential valuable magazines and journals available in our library.

This section has following units:

  • Administrative unit: This is the controlling unit where classification and cataloguing of books, reference books service and other activities related to supervision take place.
  • Reading Hall: A separate and spacious reading hall accommodating 150 students is provided to the learners where they can avail the facilities of newspapers, magazines, question bank and reference books. Near about 18 newspapers and 50 to 60 magazines are made available to students. Teaching and non-teaching members of the college take benefit of this scheme.
  • Computer unit: We are planning to computerize our library and for this we have already started work on it.
  • Reference books unit: Our college teachers, students and researchers avail the facility of this unit where they are provided with variety of reference books like Encyclopedia, Biographies, Dictionaries, Maps, Gazetteers, etc.
  • Book Issue Counter: Three different book issue counters have been made available.
  1. Senior College Students
  2. Post Graduate class Students
  3. Teaching and non-teaching staff issue counter

Token system is implemented for students on weekly basis.

  • Magazine section: We have made available 60 magazines of different subjects in different languages for the benefit of our students, teachers and non-teaching staff too.
  • Students’ Aid Fund Scheme: Under this scheme 3 books are given to poor but needy students for the whole academic year.
  • Newspaper Cuttings Service: Newspaper cuttings from leading daily newspapers are made available to students and teachers.
  • Bachelor of Library Science Course: With the help of Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University, Nashik, our college has been running this course successfully for the last ten years. Many students take benefit of the course every year.

Following is the brief information of books purchased for the last 05 years for the library.

Sr.No. Year Quantity of Books
1. 2012-13 737
2. 2013-14 665
3. 2014-15 900
4. 2015-16 552
5. 2016-17 432

 

B) Late. Trimbakrao Khursale P.G. Library :

For the facility of post graduate students the college has started a separate unit of library in the main building of the college. Teachers and students in post graduate college use text books, reference books, periodicals, question paper sets from this section. A separate reading hall accommodating 40 to 50 students has been made available for the students. Separate cabins are also provided for P.G. teachers for preparation and counseling.

C) Night Library Scheme :

For all students in the college, this special library is available from August to April. This library is run in the Late Principal B.K.Subnis Hall in Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Hostel campus. This scheme intends to prepare the students for their university exams and competitive exams too. Approximately 200 students avail of this facility.

Library Resopiurces

Sl. No.  Journals Periodicals Newspapers Encyclopedia Dictionaries
1 Indian Journals of Political Science Lokprabha Lokmat ILLUSTRATED ENCYCLOPEDIA Sant Dnyneshwari Katin Kosh
2 Economic & Pol. Weekly Chitralekha Sakal ILLUSTRATED ENCYCLOPEDIA Modern Dictionary
3 Southern Economist Weekly Sakal Loksata ILLUSTRATED ENCYCLOPEDIA Marathi and English Dictionary
4 University News Weekly Sadhana Punynagri ILLUSTRATED ENCYCLOPEDIA Administrative Dictionary
5 The Radical Humanist India Today Divyamararthi ILLUSTRATED ENCYCLOPEDIA Prashaskiya Kosh Eng-Hindi
6 Research Journals of History Lalit Pudhri ILLUSTRATED ENCYCLOPEDIA Visual Dictionary
7 Indian Journals of commerce Lokraia Indian Express ILLUSTRATED ENCYCLOPEDIA The oxford Handy Dictionay
8 Journal of Literature in English Marmik Times of India ILLUSTRATED ENCYCLOPEDIA Rajnitik Dictionary
9 Research Link Panchdhara Maharashtra Times ILLUSTRATED ENCYCLOPEDIA Ganthalaya Shastra Dictionary Eng-Eng-Mar.
10 Indian Journal of Public Administration Purogami Satyshodak Viveksindhu ILLUSTRATED ENCYCLOPEDIA

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Advance Learners English

11 Dream Satyagrahi Vichardhara Ambajogai Times ILLUSTRATED ENCYCLOPEDIA Modern Dictiory
12 Seminar Kavita Rathi Samana ILLUSTRATED ENCYCLOPEDIA A New Approach Dictionary
13 RBI Bulletin Alochana Parshwabhumi ILLUSTRATED ENCYCLOPEDIA The Conese Oxford Dictionary
14 Indian Journal of Marketing Samaj Prbodhan patrika Divyalokprabha ILLUSTRATED ENCYCLOPEDIA Hindi, English, Dictionary
15 Competition Affairs Kaksad Lokprashna ILLUSTRATED ENCYCLOPEDIA The Twenty Centivary Eng. Mar. Dictionary
    Veena   ILLUSTRATED ENCYCLOPEDIA  
    Hans   ILLUSTRATED ENCYCLOPEDIA  
    Wagrath   ILLUSTRATED ENCYCLOPEDIA  
    Sangna   ILLUSTRATED ENCYCLOPEDIA  
    Dream