Central Library

GEO-DESIC DOME Central & Digital Library (Sixth in world)

The Library is housed in a unique Geodesic Dome that is aesthetically structured to act as an Energy Center providing inspiration for the students to get into reading habit. It has 4 floors on the reading side with a seating capacity of 500 and 5 floors on the stocking side to stock 1,00,000 books. At present the Library has 67,000 volumes and subscription to 156 National and International journals. It has a seperate fully air conditioned , Digital Library with a seating capacity of 40. The Institute is member of DELNET, and JCCC. The centre also has of collection of corporate annual reports pertaining to private / public sector undertakings and project reports on different areas of research. The library is laid out spaciously. Its eco-friendly environment provides calm and peaceful environment for learning.

Vision:

To develop as an excellent centre for information comprising
of print and digital media of information and create a
platform to the users to acquire the required information
under a single root.

Mission:

To provide the users with an opportunity to enhance their knowledge
with an independent opening for learning beyond the curriculum.

 

The Library is housed in a unique Geodesic Dome that is aesthetically structured to act as an Energy Center providing inspiration for the students to get into reading habit. It has 4 floors on the reading side with a seating capacity of 500 and 5 floors on the stocking side to stock 1,00,000 books. At present the Library has 67,000 volumes and subscription to 156 National and International journals. It has a seperate fully air conditioned , Digital Library with a seating capacity of 40. The Institute is member of DELNET, and JCCC.

The centre also has of collection of corporate annual reports pertaining to private / public sector undertakings and project reports on different areas of research. The library is laid out spaciously. Its eco-friendly environment provides calm and peaceful environment for learning.

H.M.G Memorial Central Library
    • Library Services
  • Lending Service:
    • Each student is eligible to borrow 5 books at a time
      of which two are on long time.
    • Each staff is eligible to borrow 10 books at a time of which
      five are on long time.
  • Reference Service:
    • Print version of Technical journals and reference books.
  • Bibliography Service:
    • Compilation of bibliography on the topic of interest.
  • Computerized Library Services:
    • Advanced search facilities on the requested list of
      books.
  • Reprographics/DTP Service:
    • Xerox and DTP facility.
Mrs. MallikaLibrarian
  • Digital Library Service:
    • I :- E-Books: BITES (Board for IT Education Standard) E-library: Collection of 5,000 books available on the net. Society of manufacturing Engineering Collections:Exclusive collections focused on manufacturing & Engineering
      with handbooks, Titles on Mechanical Engg, Manufacturing, Industrial
      production and Journals.
      And the digital library covers almost any computing topic, including computer hardware,
      software development, AI, Graphics, Networking, IT, Security, The Internet and more.
    • II :- E-Journals
    • JCCC: http://indest.jccc.inJCCC is J-Gate Custom Content for a group of homogeneous consortia members, and JCCC-INDEST is J-Gate Custom Content for the Indian National Digital Library in Science and Technology (INDEST),is
      database cum-gateway Service for global journal literature in
      engineering & technology. JCCC database indexes articles from 3,961+
      international and national journals cover-to-cover. Full-text
      accesses for about 1028+ of these journals are available free
      through JCCC. Update every week, JCCC indexes about 250,000 articles
      every year. Besides provided for each article indexed in JCCC.Users can browse the table-of contents of latest and back issues, and search for articles of their
      choice by the author, title-word, keywords, subject categories, etc. JCCC’s innovative search
      interface facilities hyper-linked search for author, keywords and journal name, from within the
      record.
    • III :- DELNET: www.delnet.nic.in AICTE & DELNET have signed a move to :-
      • Promotes access to more relevant information of AICTE approved technical Institute.
      • Create union catalogue of resource available within tech colleges for recourses
        showing purpose through DELNET.

      Services:

      • Access to catalogue & databases.
      • Interlibrary Loan/Delivery.
      • References services.
      • Technical support.
      • Deplus Library software.
    • About NLIST: http://nlist.inflibnet.ac.in

      Background

      The Project entitled “National Library and Information Services Infrastructure for Scholarly Content (N-LIST)”, being jointly executed by the UGC-INFONET Digital Library Consortium, INFLIBNET Centre and the INDEST-AICTE Consortium,  IT Delhi provides for i) cross- subscription to e-resources subscribed by the two Consortia, i.e. subscription to INDEST-AICTE resources for universities and UGCINFONET resources for technical institutions; and ii) access to selected e- resources to colleges. The N-LIST project provides access to e-resources to students, researchers and faculty from colleges and other beneficiary institutions through server(s) installed at the INFLIBNET Centre. The authorized users from  colleges can now access e-resources and download articles required by them directly from the publisher’s website once they are duly authenticated as authorized users through servers deployed at the INFLIBNET Centre.

     

User Guide/Help

The N-LIST envisages to provide access to e-resources subscribed by the UGC-INfoNet Digital Library Consortium to technical institutions (IITs, IISc and NITs) as well as to 6000+ Govt./Govt.-added colleges. The tutorials on e-resources subscribed by UGC InfoNet Digital Library Consortium are given below. Besides universities would also get access to e-resources subscribed by INDEST-AICTE Consortium. Click here for tutorials on e-resources subscribed by the  NDEST-AICTE Consortium.

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