Rules & Regulations

  1. The library will be open Monday to Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4:30pm, excluding Sundays and holidays.
  2. An identity card is required to enter the library.
  3. Entry on the Visitors Register is compulsory once you enter the library.
  4. Please leave any bags, folders, etc. at the library’s property counter.
  5. Users will only be able to borrow books after producing their library card.
  6. Two books can be checked out to students for a week. If the book is not returned by the due date, there will be a fine of Rs. 5 each per day.
  7. If books are removed from the shelf and are no longer needed, they should be placed on the nearby table. Do not attempt to shelf them yourself, please.
  8. Users are requested to handle the books carefully. It is strictly forbidden to mark, highlight, deface, or otherwise mutilate books or other library materials, and anyone caught doing so will be required to pay for the damage.
  9. Users of the library are asked to keep their voices and tones low and not disturb other patrons. Shifting of chairs and other library furniture from its original place is strictly prohibited.
  10. Users are not allowed to carry any food item inside the library.
  11. Receiving/Making phone calls is strictly prohibited in the library.
  12. Users can place their suggestions/complaints via google form available on the library section of website for necessary improvement in the library services.
  13. If the user does not return the book that was issued to him or her or does not pay the fine, their certificate will be placed on hold.
  14. Journals, Newspapers, Magazines and Reference books such as dictionaries, encyclopedias, handbooks are only for reference inside the library.
  15. The user will have to replace any lost books or pay twice the price of the lost books.
Role of the Library Committee :
  • Educating users about information literacy.
  • Making plans to use the UGC grant and other sources to expand a select number of books, magazines, etc.
  • Limiting purchases and approving those subject-books that are required.
  • Notifying library patrons about new arrivals.
  • Monitoring that the teachers who ordered the books use them and at the very least take an interest in them when they arrive.
  • Using the KOHA software for all circulation tasks and appropriately keeping track of all records and registers.
  • Designing strategies to encourage students and staff to use the library through various competitions and events.