Our Library is ‘WINDOW TO THE WISDOM’ servicing 38 plus faculty members along with 520 students of both Under Graduate and Post Graduate courses. Main objective of our library is to enable our students to purse knowledge coupled with skills.

                  We have a vast collection of more than 16978 books with 540 volumes of reference books, catering to the needs of Under Graduate and Post Graduate students as well as faculty members. 

A separate section of competitive exam books, journals, magazines available with us. We subscribe more than 15 journals and magazines like Economic – Political weekly, General of Management , Current Science , Indian Journals of marketing,  Indian journal of Financial Competitive books,  Magazines competitive success review, civil services chronicles, Banking service chronicles, current Affairs , General Knowledge, India Today, Reading Digest etc., 

We subscribe 11 Newspapers like Sakshi, Eenadu, Andhra Jyothi, Prajasakhti , The Hindu, Times of India, Deccan chronicle, Indian Express etc., the library  is Partially automated with SOAL 2.0 software which facilitates easy access to the members to get documents easily by sitting in their respective departments. 

                    As well regarding E-Journals and E-Books, we have a subscription of INFLIBNET, E-List which provides access to an enormous collection E-Journals and E- Books. We encourage our faculty as well as students to enrol and register in National Digital Library, a free service is provided by Govt. Of India with an access to ‘n’ number of E- Journals and E-Books. We have a separate reading room, apart from our students and Staff civilians come to utilise the reading room services.

LIBRARY CODE OF CONDUCT POLICY

Abuse of Materials, Equipment, Furniture, and Facilities

Abuse of library materials, equipment, furniture, and facilities will not be tolerated. Mutilating library materials includes but is not limited to marking, underlining, removing pages or portions of pages, removing binding, removing bar-codes, removing call number labels, removing electronic theft devices, using post-it’s and paperclips, or in any other way damaging or defacing library materials.Soiling or defacing library furniture is also prohibited, as is any behavior that leaves the furniture or facility in an unsanitary condition.

Cell Phones

In order to maintain a respectful study environment, the library asks that all cell phone users set their phones to silent or vibrate while they are in the building

Disruptive Behavior and Noise

Please be respectful of others and behave in a manner that supports an atmosphere conducive to study, research, and learning. Library users must not engage in any activity prohibited by law or campus policy. Please avoid all disruptive behavior, including but not limited to verbal or physical abuse, intimidation or harassment of any kind (such as sexual harassment and harassment based on race, religion, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, etc.), and viewing materials that create a hostile, intimidating, or offensive environment. Additionally, personal hygiene should not be disruptive, unpleasant, or interfere with other patrons’ use of the library.Excessive noise should be avoided, including loud conversations, snoring, and using audio devices (cell phones, MP3 players, etc.) in such a manner as to disturb others

Personal Belongings

Please do not leave your belongings unattended at any time. The library is not responsible for loss or damage to personal property. 

Sleeping

Sleeping in the library is discouraged due to safety concerns. Community users are reminded that the library is open to them for research purposes and not for sleeping. Lying on furniture is not permitted