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The college central library has a long back history of more than sixty five years. It had its beginning when the college was established in the year 1950. Since then the library is catering the needs of wide spectrum of users and continuously expanding its horizons in terms of collection, services and operations. This library is housed in a newly constructed building comprising of three spacious sections. It has the privilege of being the largest library in the district and second in the division after the library of University of Kashmir with a rich collection of more than sixty three thousand text books, reference books, magazines and periodicals. In addition to issue and return of documents/books, the library offers various other services like reference service, current awareness service, etc. Reprographic facility, browsing centre and Wi-Fi facility is also made available for the stakeholders. The library has a spacious reading room housed in the old block where newspapers, magazines and career related books are kept for reading. In addition to the general collection the library has a good collection of rare books dating back to nineteenth and twentieth century. The library has recently established a "Best Seller" book corner. To keep abreast with the latest developments in information and communication technologies the library is fully automated and all the circulation operations are carried out using KOHA software. For easy access and retrieval offline OPAC is available in the college library and also on the college website.
The College Library has 46000 text and 12000 reference books to cater the need of about 3000 students. The library services are provided by the library staff comprised of One Chief Librarian, One Library Assistant, One library bearer, One Orderly and 05 Local fund employees. It is in place to mention that the students and the staff has an easy access to the library
Two OPAC terminals at the Entry serve to facilitate searching and reservation of books.
Students are issued barcoded Identity cards, that are designed and Printed by the College Library Staff
The college library hosts Career Counselling Cell for Career guidance of the Students.
Two Internet Browsing centers are managed by the library to provide internet access to Students and Faculty.
College Reprographic facility for students is housed in the College Library.
Reading rooms for Boys and Girls are also housed in the Library Block.
Circulation of Books is automated using Bar-coded Identity Cards issued to students.
Students can retain a book for 15 days. Books can be reissued if they are not in demand.
Final year students can borrow 4 books at a time.
Failure to return a book on expiry of due date will involve the payment of a fine of 0.50 p per day.
Students must mark their entries in the visitor's Register
Students must maintain silence and discipline in the library.