The College library is the gateway to knowledge, provides a basic condition for life-long learning,
independent decision-making, and cultural development of the students and the teachers. Focusing upon
very important role of the library, our college Library has been growing steadily over the years.
||PhD. Reading Room
||8.30a.m. to 6.00 p.m. (Monday to Saturday)
The Library timings are changed during the vacation
Library Advisory Committee
To make the library more learner-centric and user friendly the college has constituted a Library Advisory
Committee. It facilitates effective and smooth governance of the Library.
The Composition of the Committee is as follows:
Dr. Geeta Ibrahim
Mrs. Prajakta P. Mhaprolkar
Committee convener (Librarian)
Dr. Anuradha Bakshi
Teaching Faculty (HD department)
Ms. Vibha Hasija
Teaching Faculty (FND department)
Ms. Sanghmitra Navalgund
Teaching Faculty (TFT department)
Mr. Shankar Pandey
Junior College Teaching Faculty
Ms. Cheryl Machado
Mr. Rajpal Balmiki
Ms. Reshma Chatur
Rules and Regulations of The Library
- Absolute silence must be maintained in the Library.
- The Library will remain open from 8.30 a.m. to 6.00 p.m. on all working days
- Library membership can be obtained by paying a Library deposit. The deposit may be forfeited if the
book is spoiled.
- Book will be issued only on Library Card.
- Books will be issued between 9.30 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. on all week days and for Saturday 9.30 a.m. to
- Every student is entitled to borrow study book for a period of five days and fiction book for
- The permanent teaching staff member can borrow 5 books at a time, whereas temporary staff can borrow
2 books at a time. The permanent non-teaching staff can borrow 5 books and a temporary non-teaching
staff can borrow 2 books at a time.
- Every book issued for home reading must be returned to the library on or before the date marked on
the due date slip in the book. Failure to notice it will not be considered a valid excuse for delay.
- Books having demand but with limited no. of copies with our library can be issued only for
- In case of late return of books, a fine of Rs.8/- for overnight book and Rs.5/- for others books
will be charged for every day after due date. Persistent delay or default in returning book will
penalize by withdrawing of the home reading facility.
- Reference books i.e. Encyclopedias, dictionaries, handbooks, Audio/Visual Material etc. are meant
exclusively for the use in the library.
- Journals/ magazines (bound or loose issues), Dissertations and Audio/ visual material will not be
issued for home reading. Members will have to refer to them in the library only.
- Dissertations will not be given out of the Library for photocopying.
- Fiction – Students who wish to a member of the fiction library can do so by paying Rs. 100/- as
- OPAC has been provided for tracing books in the collection
- Books may be reissued for five days more, provided there is no claim for them.
- Holders of the Library card will bear full responsibility for books issued on Issued on their card.
- If the Library Card is lost, fresh one will be issued on payment of Rs.50/- for Each card
- Cooperation of students is earnestly requested in observing above mentioned Rules and Regulations.
The College library has subscribed following e-journals, which are used by the Ph.D. and M. Sc. students
||International Journals of Sports Nutrition & Metabolism
||International Journals of Food Nutrition & Diet
||Journal of Food Science & Technology
||American Journal of Nutrition
||Journal of Nutrition
||Asian Journal of Research in Marketing
||Training & Development Journal
||Journal of Marketing
||Journal of Entrepreneurship
The N-LIST project provides access to e-resources to students, researchers and faculty from colleges and
other beneficiary institutions. The users from our college can now access 6000+ e-journals and 3100000+
e-books. Registered members can download articles and book chapters required by them directly from the
Grievance Redressal Mechanism Of The Library
Discussion with the Librarian:
Students can discuss any problem related to the library and its services with the librarian.
The librarian tries to settle them in her capacity and if unresolved the Principal of the college
can be approached.
A suggestion box is kept in the library seeking valuable suggestions and recommendations
from the readers of the library. The suggestions made by them are taken up, discussed in the
library committee meeting and implemented, if relevant.