Mar Ephraem Library is housed in a two storied building covering an area of 1049 Sq.M. It has a separate reference section, reading room, periodical section, back volume section, stack area and e-library. There is an information desk (Circulation counter) on the ground floor.
The Library is functioning under the open access system and having a total collection of 12800 Volumes with 4460 titles.
Circulation (i.e. issue, renewal and return of books) takes place through Barcode System. All details of the Library collections are fed into the Computer software and Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC) is provided to our users. 90 print periodicals including 45 international journals are being subscribed in our Library.
E- Library with 534 CD ROM Database, NPTEL video lectures and web courses in various
disciplines, Question bank facility, which can be accessed throughout the campus via our intranet.
Library is enabled with wi-fi technology and security systems with Closed Circuit Television System (CCTV) have been monitoring the movements of the users on both the floors. Mar Ephraem Library is an Institutional Member in DELNET.
Monday to Saturday
8.30 AM to 7.00 PM
Users (Students / staff) should sign in and out with their ID card at the counter when they enter or exit the library.
All the belongings of the users should be kept in the shelves provided outside. They are not permitted to bring anything inside the library except loose sheets for taking down notes.
Silence and Strict discipline should be maintained inside the library.
Chairs and tables should not be shifted from their Positions.
Destroying or disfiguring the pages of the library books/documents with ink or pencil marks are strictly prohibited.
The borrower is held responsible for any damage done to the books he /she borrows. At the time of the issue, the users should check and satisfy that the books issued to him/ her are in good condition.
Periodicals and reference books cannot be borrowed.
All articles that are taken out of the library will be checked.
A fine of two rupees will be levied from a student, for a book, for a day, if he / she fails to return the books by the due date.
Books will be lend on College ID card only.
Loss of books borrowed from the library is to be reported in writing, to the Librarian at the earliest. The students/ Staff concerned should replace the book or pay double the cost of the book, for an Indian Edition or Triple the cost of the book for a Foreign Edition.
Students are directed to return the books before the
commencement of the University Examination and obtain “No Due Certificate” from the Librarian.
Students can use the internet facility for education Purpose only
Mobile Phones, Pen drive, CD-ROMs, Floppy disks etc. are not allowed inside the library.
Timing of Circulation (Issue / Return/ Renewal) of books will be from 9.00 AM to 7.00 PM.
|Department Location:||Central Library|
|Contact Ph.No. :||+ 91 4651-271111, Extension:218|
The selection of the awardees will be based on the number of books borrowed in a semester and priority will be given to the borrowing of technical books.
The borrowing period for the books will be counted from the commencement of the regular classes of every semester to the end of that semester.
Winners of the Best Library User (BLU) award will have the privilege to borrow five books in a semester.
Holden Catfield is a seventeen-year-old dropout who has just been kicked out of his fourth school. Navigating his way through the challenges of growing up, Holden dissects the 'phony' aspects of society.
The OPAC can be accessed by using the Intra-net facility available through LAN under the following IP address : http://192.168.2.3/library
Encyclopedia, Dictionary, Yearbooks, Periodicals, Exam manuals, Back volumes and collection of Previous year Question papers.
Inform the user regarding recent Training programs / Job opportunities/ University/ Higher education news/ Admissions/ New arrivals received In the library etc.
Reminding the user if, book is due in his / her account and informing user about the details.
NPTEL Videos and Non-book materials such as CD/DVD supplied along with Text books/ Reference books/ Magazines are also kept in the digital library, users can be accessed by using the Intra-net facility available through LAN under the following IP address :http://192.168.2.3/library
Soft copies of previous year Anna university question papers of B.E / M.E. Examinations are available through LAN under the following IP address :http://192.168.2.3/library
DelNet - ProQuest Engineering Technology e-journal database: http://search.proquest.com/189228
National Digital Library:https://ndl.iitkgp.ac.in/
e-PG Pathshala: http://www.epgp.inflibnet.ac.in
OAPEN Library: http://www.oapen.org/
In this nightmare vision of cats in revolt, fifteen-year-old Alex and his friends set out on a diabolical orgy of robbery, rape, torture and murder. Alex is jailed for his teenage delinquency and the State tries to reform him - but at what cost?