Library – “Laboratory of Learning”
Our library, as any other, is a living cultural institution that enriches our knowledge, strengthens our values and empowers our autonomy.
NMKRV library has an incredible amount of resources for you. Resources available include in-person help and virtual reference services. The library collection includes thousands of print volumes as well as electronic resources. There are wonderful study spaces here for you.
The library has DELNET and INFLIBNET for students and staff to access E- data required for classroom preparation, project work as well as research work. The library supports differently-abled students with provision of Braille software. There is also a ramp at the entrance for their convenience. The Library has internet facilities available both to the students and the faculty. The library has a good number of magazines, journals, a wide range of daily newspapers, CDs, E-journals and project reports, dissertations, Thesis. The E-library is equipped with computers, educational CD’s which are used by students & teachers.
INFLIBNET- N-list : http://nlist.inflibnet.ac.in/
DELNET : http://delnet.nic.in/
OPAC : An OPAC (Online Public Access Catalog) is an online bibliography of a library collection that is available to the library users
“JAWS” And “NVDA” (Non Visual Desktop Access) Softwares for Physically challenged Students
- Collection of Books – 50644.
- E-Books –128
- Braille Books – 131.
- News Papers -13.
- Journals – 11.
- Magazines – 29.
- Library Area – 5,900. Sq Ft.
- Total Staff – 06.
Library Services & facilities
- Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC)
(Available For Students and Staff)
- Chaithanya, Sc/St Book Bank Service.
- DELNET, INFLIBNET & E-books Facility
- Book Circulation Services
- Reference Service
- Scientific and Technical Journals
- Access and Issue of CDs & DVDs
- Newspapers & General Magazines
- New Arrivals display
- Reprographic services
- Reading Hall facility
- SC/ST Book Bank Service
- Over-night issue (Reference Books)
Our faculty uses the library regularly. They can also borrow 15 books at a time. Students are allowed to borrow 2 books at a time. There is a separate facility for SC/ST students. The new arrivals are displayed at the entrance.
The physically challenged are supplied the books that they want through their departments. For the visually challenged, audio- visual facilities is available.
The library is well–equipped with comfortable furniture. The books are classified and displayed clearly. It is well lit and ventilated. Internet and photocopying facilities are available through the working hours. Safe potable water is provided in the library. The library makes arrangements for the differently-abled students to utilize the facilities.
Library Advisory Committee Members:
|Sl. No.||Name and Department||Position in LAC|
|2.||Prof. S. N. Srimathi
|3.||Prof. Chandrika G.K. Dept. of Chemistry||Coordinator|
|4.||Prof. Mala Sridhar
Dept. of Psychology
|5.||Prof. Anuradha B. T. Dept. of Kannada||Coordinator|
|6.||Dr. Kumar D. N.
Dept. of Management
|7.||Prof. G. Avaneeja Rajesh
Dept. of English
|8.||Smt. Geetha P.
Dept. of Commerce
|9.||Miss. Anusha Hegde
|10.||Smt. Radhika D.
|Sl No.||Faculty Name||Designation|
|2.||Smt. Radhika D.||In-charge Librarian|
|3.||Mr. Santhosh Kumar N.||Assistant Librarian|
|4.||Girija. R||Assistant Librarian|
|5.||Venkatesha. A. R.||Clerk Cum Typist|
|6.||Manjula C.C.||Support Staff|