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Library

The library is an arena of possibility, opening both a window to the soul and a door onto the world.

UETR’S LIBRARIES

There are multiple fully automated libraries at the UETR campus, which together have an expansive collection of about 40000 titles. 36,297 books, 84 magazines and print journals, 6500 peer-reviewed e-journals and over 1 lakh e-books can all be accessed via a computerized bar-coding system, all under careful CCTV surveillance.

Libraries are a power house of knowledge – there are separate, curated libraries in each department and hostel that can be referred to by the students.

As one of the leading libraries of Uttarakhand, the Central Library at UETR empowers students with full access to project reports, syllabi, research papers, faculty publications, and many rare books, books for competitive exams like GATE, GRE and TOEFL, along with previous years’ question papers from other universities in both digital and bound form. The library is also a member of Springer, DELNET & J-Gate, which gives our students access to an unlimited collection of e-journals. Xeroxing and printing facilities are available on a nominal charge.

LIBRARY SECTIONS

General Book Section

Our entire collection is sectioned subject-wise, and includes books on all emerging technologies. Students and faculty can get these books issued for a period of 15 days, 4 books at a time.

Reference Section

This section contains dictionaries, encyclopaedias, reference books, rare books, project reports and faculties’ research papers. Each title has minimum of 4 books that students can refer to within the library.

Digital Library Section

Rather than being restricted to the physical copies in our library, our students also have access to extensive e-resources, including online journals and over a million eBooks.

 

Periodical Section

Our library is subscribed to 131 newspapers, print journals and magazines that span numerous diverse disciplines. 11 of these titles have multiple copies.

NPTEL Section

1481 video lectures given by IITians can be viewed by our students for increased insight into the world of technology and science, along with access to multimedia PCs.

 

LIBRARY FUNCTIONALITY

Library Hours
Book Borrowing
Book Bank
Important Links

Normal Library Hours: 8:30 am to 5:30 pm

Circulation Timings: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

During examination periods, the library works on extended hours.

 

  • Students – 04 books for 15 days
  • COER Topper – 06 books for 15 days
  • University Merit – 08 books for 15 days
  • University Topper – 12 books for 15 days
  • MTech.– 06 books for 30 days
  • Faculty – 06 books for 30 days
  • Additional books can be borrowed by meritorious students (Top ten per branch)
  • Reference books/periodicals may be issued overnight

The book bank facility enables students to get information on their core subjects from the college itself. Upon membership, each student gets 3 books per semester that they can return at the end of the semester.

Students are welcome to give recommendations for new books that are relevant to the courses that they are pursuing.

LIBRARY RULES

  • Students are required to scan/show their ID card upon entering the library. If theydon’t possess their identity card, they will not be allowed to enter the library.
  • Identity cards cum library cards are non-transferable. Use of another student’s library card is a punishable offence.
  • Personal belongings like bags may be deposited at the property counter, but do not leave any expensive or precious items at the same.
  • Normal library hours are 8:30 am to 5:30 pm. Circulation timings are 10:00 am to 4:00 pm only.

Fines:

Students will be charged a fine at the rate of Rs.1/- per book per day for the first 10 days.Thereafter, the rate will be increased to Rs.5/- per book per day.
Faculty will be charged at Rs 10/- per book per day

  • Reference books will only be issued overnight as a special case, with prior permission of Librarian/Asst. Librarian between 4:30 to 5:00 pm. Deposition of the reference book should be made on the next day by 10:00 am. Upon failing to deposit the reference book in time, the student will be treated as a defaulter and will not be allowed to issue reference books overnight in the future.
  • Borrowers must be aware of the condition of the books before borrowing them; they shall be held responsible for any damage noticed at the time of return.
  • Leaving circulation counter without ensuring the books(s) have been returned is a punishable act and will be fined, even if book is traced later on.
  • No book will renewed/re-issued on the same day.
  • If a book is already issued to a student, another copy of the same book cannot be issued.
  • In case of a lost/damaged book, the student must replace it with the latest edition of the book, along with a fine. The maximum fine imposed will be three times the cost of latest edition of the book.
  • Tearing, marking or misplacing any book, journal or periodical is a punishable offence. Any student caught doing the same would be fined Rs. 1000/- and may be restricted from use of the library facility.
  • If any student is caught stealing from the library, a fine of Rs. 2000/- will be imposed. Addition suitable disciplinary action also will be taken.
  • Disciplinary action will be taken against library users found misbehaving with the library staff.
  • The loss of an Identity card/library membership card should be immediately informed to the librarian in writing.
  • Library users must ensure that their activities do not disturb fellow users.
  • Talking, chatting & using mobile phones is strictly prohibited in the library area. Please ensure that your mobile is in silent mode.
  • Please ensure that your seating posture in the library is proper. Do not put/spread your legs to other chairs/tables.
  • All students must be in college uniform while using the library facilities.
  • Food and beverages are strictly prohibited in the library.

 

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