Shridevi Institute of Engineering and Technology

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LIBRARY

OVERVIEW OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION CENTRE

Ms. Sumalatha H - Asst Librarian M.L.I.Sc.

The Library being the most important part of the education system is the hub of all the activities in the Campus. Much care is taken to provide the best of the best facilities in the library to motivate the students and the faculty members to make use of the facilities. Library consists of central library and departmental libraries which collectively support the educational needs of all the programs, innovative research and collaborative activities. The Library and information centre of the college has kept pace with emerging challenges, perhaps one of the best technical libraries in the state. The state of the art library stretches over 1050 square meters with the capacity to accommodate 400 students at a time and it is enabled with Wi-Fi technology and security systems with Closed Circuit Television System (CCTV). The library uses the automation software Libsys for the library operations with fully barcoded and provided web enabled OPAC services throughout the campus. Its collection of Books 45000+ volumes with 8000+ titles, 90+ printed technical journals and more than 13000+ e-journals/e-books are used by more than 3500 members including students, staff, alumni’s and visitors. The Library is also an active member of VTU Consortium, DELNET and National Digital Library of India (NDLI) Club.

LIBRARIANS MESSAGE

Libraries are backbone of any civilized society and heart of any academic institutions. Information is one of the most important ingredients of our academic activities. Information leads to the generation of knowledge. An academic institution always takes necessary steps to gather or procure relevant bits of knowledge from various sources. Needless to say it is the Library and Information Centre of the institution that is entrusted with the task of procuring, organizing and displaying the various sources of knowledge in different media and also disseminating them to the users. Thus the library at Sahyadri College of Engineering and management also acquires a prominent place among the students and faculty. The library provides students, staff and faculty members for updating their knowledge and supporting the research and teaching / learning activities. Keeping in view of the needs of current and upcoming user, we are maintaining Dewy Decimal Classification and AACR II cataloguing system through OPAC/WEBOPAC. Library is considered to be a “Delivery Room for the Birth of Ideas”. Without a good library, no education system is complete and perfect. I invite you to visit the library in order to enjoy the wealth of information resources available in the library in various forms.

LIBRARY TIMINGS

Monday - Friday

08.00 AM - 6.30 PM

Saturday

08.00 AM - 1.30 PM

ABOUT OUR LIBRARY

SIET Library and Information Center

Ms. Sumalatha H.

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Open

DDC 22nd Edition

Available in the Library

20 Desktop Computers, 1 Laser Jet Printer (Canon), 1 Photocopier, 1 Scanner and 1 Baracode Reader

VTU-Consortium

 

https://siet.mapmyaccess.com/

TOTAL NUMBER OF USERS ENROLLED IN THE LIBRARY

Sl. No.

Classification of Users

No. of Users

1

Total Students

997

2

Faculty (Permanent and Temporary)

87

3

Research Scholars

10

4

Non Teaching Staff

34

                        

Total

1128

SERVICES OF THE LIBRARY

Services of the Library

Issue of Books

Reference

SC-ST Cell Book Bank

OBC Cell Book Bank

Reprographic

Email

Internet

Contact Programs

Newspaper clipping Service

OPEN ACCESS E- JOURNALS

SL. No. Position
1 IEEE Xplore
2 ScienceDirect
3 Michigan State University - IIT
4 Taylor & Francis Online (SIET Access)
5 ShortURL
6 ProQuest

REFERENCE SECTION FACILITIES

  • Latest Edition of the Text and Reference Books numbering to more than 1,500.
  • Journals & Periodicals (General/Subject) Indexes and Abstracts, including Back Volumes.
  • Encyclopedias, Dictionaries.
  • Government Documents & Reports.
  • News Papers.
  • Electronic Devices (CDs)

ONLINE RESOURCE

SL. No. Resource Link
1 NDL (National Digital Library of India) https://ndl.iitkgp.ac.in/
2 Shodhganga https://shodhganga.inflibnet.ac.in/
3 VTU e-consortium https://siet.mapmyaccess.com
4 Swayam https://swayam.gov.in/
5 eGyan Kosh https://egyankosh.ac.in/
6 Pdf drive https://www.pdfdrive.com/
7 KDPL (Karnataka Digital Public Library) https://www.karnatakadigitalpubliclibrary.org/

LIBRARY STAFF

Mr. K. C. Ramachandraiah

Library Assistant M.A.

LIBRARY RULES AND REGUALATION

1. Upon entering the library, all students are required to either sign the movement register or scan their student ID using the designated system.

2. Before borrowing any books, students and staff members must present their identity cards.

3. Student members of the library are permitted to borrow books for a duration of 15 days.

4. Faculty members have the privilege to borrow up to ten books and may return or renew them at the conclusion of each semester.

5. Users are kindly reminded to return borrowed books to the library by the due date to avoid incurring overdue charges.

6. A borrowed book may be renewed unless it has been reserved by another user. Renewals must be conducted in person at the library. Should a book be renewed multiple times, the librarian reserves the right to recall it if necessary.

7. Personal belongings and printed resources are prohibited from being brought into the library and must be stored at the designated property counter. The library bears no responsibility for any loss or damage to personal items left at the counter.

8. Certain resources, such as project reports, reference books, journals, and bound periodicals, are designated for in-library use only. Additionally, previous years’ question papers, syllabi, periodicals, and reference books are available for photocopying purposes for a maximum of 30 minutes.

9. In the event of a lost book, students must promptly report the loss to the librarian. The lost book must be replaced with a new copy of the latest edition, and any overdue charges must be settled. If the book is out of print, the replacement or payment equivalent to ten times the cost of the book is required.

10. Students are strictly prohibited from borrowing books using another student’s card.

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