The Central Library plays a vital role in providing opportunities to the students and staff members to enrich their knowledge. The college library is well maintained with 23809 books, 69 National Journals, 35 International Journals and more than 1000 CDs, which is well above the norms. All operations in the library are fully computerized. We make all efforts to inculcate reading habits in the students and also to provide them with all necessary assistance. At a time, one student is entitled to issue 3 books in his/her name for a period of 15 days. As an adventage to the class toppers, some provisions has been made:
The Central library is divided into different sections for the convenience of the students:
The distinguishing facilities available in the central library are:
To motivate students for better performance, SSIPMT offers a book bank for the toppers:
|S.No.||Subject||No. Of Titles||No. of Volumes||National Journals||International Journals|
TOTAL NO OF TEXT BOOK – 21792
TOTAL NO OF REFERENCE BOOK – 1962
TOTAL NO OF JOURNALS – 104
(I) AICTE Elsevier Engineering + Computer Science (275 e-journals)
(II) ProQuest Management Collection (4605 e-journals) + eBooks (21856)
(III) URKUND Anti Plagiarism Software Licenses
Professor in-charge Library – Dr. Rakesh Singh Dhundhel
Contact No: +9178286 06975
Librarian – Dinesh Kumar Shandilya
Contact No: +9188397 63792
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