- At the time of borrowing, the students are requested to show their ID cards for borrowing books.
- Books can be borrowed by staff and students.
- Books can be borrowed for a period of 14 days by students and 30 days by staff members.
- Journals and Video Cassettes can be borrowed
- Reservation of library material can be made through Online Public Access Catalog (OPAC)
- Loss of borrowed books and journals should be reported to librarian immediately.
- If a book which has been borrowed by a student is urgently required, the library may call back the book from the student.
- Book must be returned on or before the due date.
- If a book is not returned on the due date, the borrower will have to pay an overdue charges
- Before borrowing a book, the student should make sure that the book is in good condition.
- The borrower is fully responsible for the books borrowed in/her account.
- The library may recall a book at any time before its due date. Overdue charges may be increased for failure to return a book when it is due or recalled.
- The borrower shall be responsible for loss or damages caused to the library material borrowed. They shall be required to replace or pay trible the cost of such material including overdue charges.
- Penalty will be levied for marking/scribbling the pages and tampering the barcode labels.
- Books issued to you can be renewed unless they are reserved by someone else. You need to bring the books to the library for getting them re-issued.
- Renewals over the telephone, oral instructions, or written communications are not entertained.
Reserving the Documents
- A library user can reserve a book by requesting staff at the Circulation Counter/OPAC.
- Notifications for availability of reserved books are placed on the Library notice board.