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SANKARA Library plays a vital role in furthering the academic and research mission and facilitates creation and dissemination of knowledge. Beside holding an excellent print collection of over 15077 volumes of books, more than 120  Back volumes and  journals, project reports, it also provides access to over 2000 electronic books, 500 E - Journals and databases in Computer technology,Commerce and Management. 


The Library is fully computerized.The well-equipped library is continuously enlarged by adding more books and journals in the relevant subjects. The Library rules are introduced to regularize the use of the library resources and will be reviewed periodically to meet the changing needs.   

  • Number of Titles Available - 7974
  • Number of Volumes available - 19728
  • Online Database - DELNET / INFLIBNET / OPAC / NDL / SWAYAM / NPTEL
  • 35 journals available
  • Number of Magazines - 30
  • Back Volumes - 107
  • The audio/visual library has good number of CDs/Videos - 439
  • E-learning facility is also available in our Library.
  • Average number of Students visiting the library per day - 150
  • Average number of Books Issued per day - 75
  • Internet Speed – 10 Mbps BSNL and 12Mbps JIO
  • 14 Newspapers


  • The Staff and Students should sign in the register as and when they enter the library.
  • Personal belongings should be left on the rack provided at the entrance of the library.
  • Strict silence should be maintained in the library.
  • The library will function from 9.30 am - 5.30 pm
  • Transaction time: 9.30 am - 5.00 pm
  • Book return time : 12.30 pm - 4.15 pm
  • Book Reservation : 10.00 am - 1.15pm
  • Book Issue time : 2.00 pm - 5.30 pm
  • The library will be closed on Sundays and other government holidays.
  • Except loose sheets and money purse, personal belongings, and library books already issued will not be allowed inside the library.
  • Severe disciplinary action will be taken against the users who are found misusing the library services.
  • Students must return their books at the end of the academic year and obtain a NO DUE certificate from the librarain.
  • Usage of cell phone is prohibited inside the library.
  • Library books are the nation's assets and they belong to all. All users are requested to protect library books against wanton and wilful damages, mutilation, theft and other malpractice