To promote intellectual growth and creativity by facilitating access to information resources

To be a strategic asset for the college, providing intellectual leadership and extraordinary information experiences towards the advancement of knowledge


  • The Library strives for Excellence in Learning and Research.
  • By Providing high-quality services that meet and exceed the expectations of a diverse user Community.
  • By empowering users to Locate, Evaluate and use information available in a variety of Innovative and Traditional formats.
  • By developing and maintaining collections in support of the Academic pursuits of the College.

The College Library is fully automated & follows the open access system. The Library uses the LMIS (Library Management and Information System). The College Library is well equipped with books and periodicals dealing with diverse topics of interest specially suited to student and can be searched online. The Library is equipped with lease line internet facility.

Reference Library

  • Reference books are not to be removed from the library. Students can read them in the library itself & get the material photocopied if required in the Library itself.             

Students Library

  • Students get books issued against their Library-card.
  • Library-cards are not to be lent or exchanged.
  • Books from the College library are issued to the students on days assigned for the different classes.
  • One book (UG Students) and Two Books (PG Students) are issued at a time for a period of 07 days. Books may be reissued for another 07 days provided they are not demanded by other students.
  • Failure to return a book on expiry of due date will involve the payment of a fine of Rs. 1.00 per day.
  • All library books must be returned 15 days before the examination.
  • No dues are done at the time of clearance.

 Instructions for Students

  • No marks or inscriptions of any kind may be made in any book of the library.
  • If a book is lost it must be replaced or the full price of the book paid.
  • Journals and magazines are to be read in reading room.
  • Students must maintain silence and discipline in the library.


Library Collection

Document Category


1. Books


2. Reference books


3. Text Books


4. Titles


5. Indian & International Journals


6. Magazines


7. Hard Bounds


8. News Papers


9. CDs and DVDs




Subject wise Books in Library


1. Psychology


2. Chemistry


3. Mathematics


4. Botany and Microbiology


5. Biotechnology and Zoology


6. Computer Science


7. History


8. Political Science


9. Economics


10. Commerce


11. Physics + Electronics


12. Management


13. English


14. General

1 442

15. Sports


16. M.Com






Dr. Ruchi R Sinha

H/N-17, Giriraj Park, Bharti Villa,

Ganesh Nagar, Chharwada, Vapi.-396191

Mobile No-9974973411



Professional Summery

Dedicated Library strong experience in all aspects of library operations. Proven prophecies in staff management, information distribution, classification, reference retrieval and database management. Committed to maintain efficient library operations through diligent organization and daily interactions with patrons and staff.


Core Qualifications

  • Shelving and Storage
  • Inventory Tracking
  • Reference Software
  • Equipment Maintenance
  • Team Leadership


Librarian, 13 July 2011 – Present

SSR, ACS College, Sayli, Silvassa.

  • Supervised and reviewed support staff: circulation and access services.
  • Assisted library users with Library Materials and reference queries.
  • Courteously answer questions from visitors.
  • Maintain Students & Faculty Daily Library Entry.
  • Maintain Book Issue Return System.
  • Maintain Faculty Records.
  • Shelve and organize library materials.
  • Ensure that library equipment is properly maintained.
  • Process daily mail.
  • Ordered new books and reference materials.
  • Helped organize study groups, reading groups and book clubs.
  • Developed circulation, loan, and use policies to ensure equality of access.


Librarian, August 2010 – July 2011

R.K. Desai College, Vapi.

  • Ordered new books and reference materials.
  • Inventoried exiting collection.
  • Worked to improve lending services.
  • Maintained photocopiers, printers and the library’s PCs.

Librarian, January 2007 – April 2010

K.B. Patel Higher Secondary School,


  • Introduce Library with students
  • Developed circulation use policies to ensure equity of access.
  • Made resources available to students and teachers through a systematically developed and organized collection of library materials.

Librarian, November 1998 – 2003

Institute of Professional Management College


  • Guide students and faculty as they seek access to information.
  • Shelve and organize library materials.
  • Helped students and faculty in using all materials in the library


  • 2013-17-          PhD (Library & Information Science)
  • 2008-09-          Master of Library & Information Science
  • 2002-03-          Bachelor of Library & Information Science
  • 2000-02-          Master of Arts (Economics)
  • 1998-99-          Certificate Course in Library Science
  • 1997-2000-      Bachelor of Arts (Psychology, Sociology& Economics)


Computer Knowledge

 Operating System: Windows 7, Windows 8

Library Management Software: AutoLib, Vriddhi 2.0



  • 2017    A study of Compliance of the Guidelines and Recommendations for Transformation of Collage Libraries in Gujarat with Special Reference to Valsad District.(Entire Research Journal).
  • 2017    Application of Information Technology in the Collage libraries of Gujarat with special reference to the Valsad district. (Entire Research Journal).
  • 2019    GREEN LIBRARY: BEGGNING OF A NEW ERA. (International Conference on Sustainable Librarianship Reimaging and Reengineering Libraries).
  • 2020    Research Trends and Research in Humanities to all Social Science: A Study (Review of Language, Literature, Science, Commerce and Humanities Published in Book Chapter).
  • 2020    Digital Libraries. (Our Heritage Journal).
  • 2020    Information Technology in College Libraries (Concepts, Methods and Techniques) (Book Published by Himalaya Publication House).

Professional Skills

  • Management of all Information Resources Functions (including electronic resources) and coordination of services with other library units.
  • Demonstrated user’s service and problem resolution abilities.
  • Clear communication and active listening skills.
  • Analytical thinking and problem solving capabilities.
  • Ability to plan and coordinate daily operations.
  • Management of all classification and acquisitions functions.
  • Understanding of financial management, including budgeting and reports.
  • Oversee the renewal, selection, ordering, receiving, and including of all library materials.

Special Achievements

  • Attended seminar of Inflibnet (Ahmadabad)
  • Attended seminar Parul University (Varodara)
  • Present a Paper in International Conference
  • Attended many Conference & Seminars in National & International Level
  • Attended many Webinar in National & International Level
  • Attended five FDP programme Online & Offline
  • Awarded Best Librarian in 2008 (K.V. Patel School, Bilimora)
  • Attended Swayam Refresher Programme



Date of Birth & age               : 04.06.1980 & 36 years

Marital status                          : Married

Languages Known                : English, Hindi, and Gujarati

Contact No                             : +91 9974973411

Email                                      :

Permanent Address              : H/N-17, Giriraj Park, Bharti Villa, Nr. SRRVM, Ganesh Nagar, Chharwada, Vapi. 396191

I hereby declare that the details furnished above by me are true to the best of my knowledge and belief.


Dr. Ruchi R Sinha

 Place: Vapi

  Date:  28.05.2021




Anjali Mhaskar

PrasunVihar, Flat No. 6,

Tanajinagar, Chinchwad


E Mail Id: anjali2171

Cell No:9723600864

Assistant Librarian at SSR College of Arts, Commerce & Science College, Silvassa UT of D & NH

Carrier Objective

To be professionally associated with any esteemed development organization that provides me a challenging career, sample opportunity to grow and enable me to implement my talents and abilities.



Date of Birth: 21’st June 1971

Nationality: Indian

Religion & Cast: Hindu Brahmin

Mother Tongue: Marathi

Gender: Female

Marital Status: Married

Languages Known: Marathi, Hindi, English, Gujrathi

Hobbies: Reading Books, Listening Music


Academic Qualification




Year of Passing


Main Subject


S. N. D. T. College Mumbai

S.N. D. T.


Higher Second Class



K.V. Pendharkar College

Mumbai University


Higher Second Class



K.V. Pendharkar College

Mumbai University


Higher Second Class


Tilak Nagar Vidya Mandir



First Class

Diploma in Computer Application

Yash Computers



A’ Grade

MS Office, DTP, Tally

Certificate Course in Library Science


Pune Universtiy


‘A’ Grade



Computer Knowledge

Operating System: Windows 7, Windows 8

Library Management Software: AutoLib, Vriddhi








Asst. Librarian

IBMR College, Chinchwad



09 Years

Asst. Librarian

SSR College of Arts, Commerce & Science, Silvassa


Till date

10 years



I hereby declare that the particulars furnished above are true to the best of my knowledge & belief.

Place: Silvassa

Date: 28.05.2021

Anjali Mhaskar

PrasunVihar, Flat No. 6,

Tanajinagar, Chinchwad


E Mail Id: anjali2171

Cell No: 9723600864


Digital Library

“A Digital Library (also referred to as digital repository) is a collection of digital objects that can include text, visual material, audio material, video material, stored as electronic media formats (as opposed to print, microform, or other media), along with means for organizing, storing, and retrieving the files and media contained in the library col lection.”


our library website-


  1. DELNET: It was started at the India International Centre Library in January 1988 and was registered as a society in 1992.DELNET has been actively engaged with the compilation of various Union Catalogues of the resources available in member libraries. It has already created the union catalogue of Books, Union List of current periodicals, Union Catalogue of periodicals, CD-ROM database of Indian specialists, database of periodical Articles, Union List of Video Recordings, Urdu Manuscripts’ database, database of theses and dissertations, sample database of language publications using GIST technology and serval other databases.


Access Millions of Networked Library Resources through DELNET

3, 80, 00,000+ Books available for loan

1, 00,000+ list of Journals

5,000+ Full-text E-journals

1, 00,000+ Thesis/Dissertations

User I.D.:         dnssrcp

Password:        ssr7190


  1. List Programme: The project entitled “national Library and Information Services Infrastructure for Scholarly Content (N-list)’, being jointly executed by the E-ShodhSindhu Consortium. INFLIBNET Centre and the INDEST – AICTE Consortium, IIT Delhi provides for (cross-subscription to e-Resources subscribed by the two consorts is, i.e. subscription to INDEST-AICTE resources for universities and E-ShodhSindhu resources for technical institutions; and ii) access to selected E-resources to colleges. This programme is very useful both for students and faculty, its provides 31, 35000 +e-books and 6000+ e-journals.

N-List: four Components:

  • To subscribe and provide access to selected E-ShodhSindhu E-Resources o technical Institutions(IITs,IISc,IISERs and monitor its usage)
  • To subscribe and provide access to selected E-Resources to 6000 Got./Govt.-aided colleges and monitor its usage.
  • To act as a monitoring agency for colleges and evaluate, promote, impart training and monitor all activities involved in the process of providing effective and efficient access to E-resources to colleges.
  • To subscribe and provide access to selected INDEST E-Resources to selected universities and monitor its usage.

Students User I.D.:

Password:                   Student@1234

Faculty User I.D.:

Password:                  faculty2006


  1. National Digital Library of India: The National Digital library of India is a virtual repository of learning resources which is not only just a repository with a search/browse facilities but also provides a host of services containing textbooks, articles, videos, audio books, lectures, simulations, fiction and all other kinds of learning media for the learner/user community. It is a project under Ministry of Education, Government of India, through its National Mission on Education through Information and Communication Technology (NMEICT). The objective is to collect and collate metadataand provide full text indexfrom several national and international digital libraries, as well as other relevant sources. The NDLI provides free of cost access to many books and designed to hold content of any languages and provides interface support for 10 most widely used Indian languages. It is developed, operated and maintained by the Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur.


  1. Google Scholar: Google Scholaris a freely accessible web search enginethat indexes the full text or metadata of scholarly literature across an array of publishing formats and disciplines. Released in beta in November 2004, the Google Scholar index includes peer-reviewed online academic journals and books, conference papers, theses and dissertations, preprints, abstracts, technical reports, and other scholarly literature, including court opinions and Google Scholar uses a web crawler, or web robot, to identify files for inclusion in the search results. For content to be indexed in Google Scholar, it must meet certain specified criteria. An earlier statistical estimate published in PLOS One using a mark and recapture method estimated approximately 79–90% coverage of all articles published in English with an estimate of 100 million. This estimate also determined how many documents were freely available on the internet. Google Scholar has been criticized for not vetting journals and for including predatory journals in its index.


  1. DOAB: the directory of open access books is a discovery service for open access books. DOAB provides a searchable index to peer reviewed monographs and edited collections published under an open access license, with links to the full texts of the publications at the publisher’s website or Its aims to provide a reliable source for open access books metadata, open access book publishers and aims to enhance dissolvability and maximize dissemination and visibility. Its services include the collection and provision of information on  publishers’  peer review practices, encouraging best practice for open access book publishers and offering  certification services.


  1. DOAJ: The Directory of Open Access Journals(DOAJ) is a websitethat hosts a community-curated  list of open access journals, maintained by Infrastructure Services for Open Access (IS4OA).It was launched  in 2003 with 300 open access journals. The project defines open access journals as scientific and scholarly  journals making all their content available for free, without delay or user-registration requirement, and meeting high quality standards, notably by exercising peer review or editorial quality control. DOAJ defines those as open access journals where an open license is used so that any user is allowed immediate free access  to the works published in the journal and is permitted to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles, or use them for any other lawful The mission of DOAJ is to “increase the     visibility, accessibility, reputation, usage and impact of quality, peer-reviewed, open access scholarly research  journals globally, regardless of discipline, geography or language.           


  1. JSTOR: More than 10,000 open access (OA) books from 125+ publishers including Brill, Cornell University Press, University College of London, and University of California Press, are now available at no cost to  libraries or users. It is a digital library of academic journals, books, and primary sources founded in 1994.Originally containing digitized back issues of academic journals, it now encompasses books and other  primary  sources as well as current issues of journals in the humanities and social It provides full-text   searches of almost 2,000 journals. Most access is by subscription but some of the site is public domain, and open access content is available free of charge.


  1. OPEN ACCESS: Open access (OA) refers to digital content that is available free of charge for everyone. Originally associated only with scholarly journals that published free online, the concept has been extended  to other types of content such as eBooks and media. In some cases OA content may also be free of most  copyright and licensing Free eBooks! We’ve collected some of the best sites on the Web that offer open access or free eBooks available to anyone with Internet access. Some can be downloaded; some have to be  read online.


  1. Open library: Open Library is an online project intended to create “one web pagefor every book ever  published”. Created by Aaron Swartz Brewster Kahle Alexis Rossi, Anand Chitipothu, and Rebecca  Malamud, Open Library is a project of the Internet Archive a nonprofit organization. It has been funded in  part by grants from the California State Library and the Kahle/Austin Foundation. Open Library provides  online digital copies in multiple formats, created from images of many public domain, out-of-print, and in- print Open library have over 20 million records from a variety of large catalogs as well as single contributions, with more on the way. Open Library is an open project: the software is open, the data are open, and the documentation is open. Whether you fix a type, add a book, or write a widget it’s all welcome.

  1. National university library: The University Library is committed to supporting the academic research needs of students, faculty and staff. The Library does this by providing timely access to quality, scholarly and appropriate information resources and library services, such as reference, information literacy instruction, and inter-library loan services. Students also have access to highly qualified and experienced Library staff. Research Databases– Access to A to Z list containing thousands of journals, magazines,  newspapers, e-Books, dissertations, financial data, and other information resources available in the Library. Service of OAPEN Foundation based at the National Library in The Hague. Database contains more than 5,000 academic, peer-reviewed books from 163 publishers.


  1. Library of Congress: The library of congress is the largest library in the world with millions of books, films and video, audio recordings, photographs, newspapers, maps and manuscripts in its collections. The  library is the main research arm of the U.S. congress and the home of the U.S. copyright office. The library  preserves and provides access to a rich diverse and enduring source of knowledge to inform, inspire and engage you in your intellectual and creative endeavors. This is a growing collection of contemporary open      access e-books. The books in this collection cover a wide range of subjects, including history, music, poetry, technology, and works of fiction. Most of the books in this collection were published in English, but there are some titles in other languages. All of the books in this collection were published under open access licenses and may be read online or downloaded as a PDF or as an EPUB.



The college library renders services to the entire reading community of the college campus, affiliated colleges. Thus the central library is open for teachers, research scholars, postgraduate and graduate students.

1. Open Access System

2.Reprography Services

3. Internet Browsing

4. Reference Service

5. Journals and Magazines (New and Back Volumes)

6. Current Awareness Services (Display of New Books)

7. INFLIBNET(Information & Library Network Centre)

8. Book Bank facility for the SC/ST and less privileges students.

9. Digital Library

Digital Library is equipped with:

  • 36 multimedia terminals with 6 mbps leased line Internet connection.
  • Wi-Fi Network
  • Subscription to INFLIBNET
  • Subscription to PDFCHM.NET
  • Subscription to DELNET
  • Subscription to The American Library
  • Educational CDs/DVDs

Library is equipped with :

  • Library Automation Software
  • Photocopy Machine
  • Six Computers
  • Two printers
  • Two Barcode Scanners
  • Digital Library Software

Reading Room is equipped with :

  • Eight Computers
  • 1 LED TV (40”)

 Library at a Glance

  • The SSR College of Arts, Commerce and Science Library play a pivotal role in the teaching – learning process of the college. The 3731.66352 square feet well ventilated, intelligently lighted up and comfortably furnished, partially automated library with a seating capacity of about 114.
  • The Library presently has around 8182 books and subscribes regular periodicals (46) including journals, magazines and news paper.
  • The Library is highly sophisticated with state-of-art facilities. It provides online resources as well as digital resources. It is also providing Remote log-in facility to access electronic re Further, to cater to various information needs of the users, the Library has subscribed several e-resources & college Memberships like E-books and E- journals are also available in the library through Library has INFLIBNET (N-List) facility for accessing 97000+ E- Books and 6000+ full text E- journals and the number is increasing regularly Library has also DELNET(developing Library Networking) facility for accessing 2,50,00,000 + books available for loan 40,000+list of journals5,000+full text E- journals and 1,000+thesis/dissertations regularly and NDL (National Digital Library) has 44,781,385 items hosted in NDL India. Library has also own website
  • The Library remains open on all the working days except Sundays and College notified holidays. The library is open from 8.00am to 5.00pm on Monday to Friday and from 8.00 am to 1.30pm on Saturday.
  • Library is using library management software, VRIDDHI (version 2.0) for its housekeeping operations.
  • Available of OPAC (online public access catalogue) searching facility is one of the salient features of the library.
  • The members have open access to the library collection. Each shelf is accompanied with shelf guide, which indicates shelf number, class number, book number, edition and subject concerned.
  • The Internet browsing facilities are also available, but only educational sites are allowed for surfing.
  • Library is well equipped with LAN-connected computers with internet connectivity.
  • The library provides current-awareness service to the readers through new arrivals display, newspaper clippings, announcement posters etc.
  • Surveillance is made through the CCTV installed in the reading room.
  • For book processing system library follows Dewey decimal classification (22nd Ed.).
  • Soft and hard copy of the last five years question papers is also available.
  • The effective functioning of the library is ensured by a library committee headed by the Principal (Chairperson), assisted by the Convener, Librarian, representative of various departments and staff.
  • The library has an approved policy on the collection development supporting introduction of new services, supports terms of funds, annual increase of budget, binding procedure, weeding out of unserviceable books and policy on loss of books and an ongoing commitment of the institution in deputing library professionals for continuing education programmes.
  • The library committee annually compiles a budget proposal considering the requirement of different departments to be placed before the principal. Library is utilizing the funds of trust grants under the supervision of Library committee.


The SSR College of Arts, Commerce and Science Library is designed to provide a place for students to collect and preserve knowledge, and to enrich and further develop the subject areas in which ACS students are talking their formal education. However, in order for all too fully benefit from these resources, students must use these two places under the Terms and Conditions stated below:

Terms and Conditions for the terms & Conditions for the SSR, ACS Library

  1. Leave all bags on the floor at the main entrance when you are using the library.
  2. Take your bags with you when you exit to library. The librarian will reserve the right to remove any unattended bags.
  3. Do not bring food, drinks (except water in a clear bottle) or umbrellas.
  4. Use only the main entrance to go in and out.
  5. Do not raise your voice to a level that causes a disturbance to others.
  6. Librarians, teachers or staff members have final say as to what is considered “a disturbance”.
  7. Laptops and tablet devices can only be used in the permitted area: the section where the Librarians’ desks are. (see ICT Policy)
  8. Mobile phones and other electronic devices (e.g., MP3 players, iPods, etc…) except calculators are strictly prohibited and must be turned off and kept out of sight. (see ICT Policy)
  9. Clean up after yourself: push chairs in, return books used, leave no mess.
  10. Borrow books within the Borrowing Regulations

Any disputes will be handled by the SSR, ACS Coordinator, Discipline Master or Librarians, whose decisions will be final.


A. Books Borrowing Periods

Loan                                   Loan Quotas Periods
Teaching Staff 5 Volumes 3 Weeks
Students (UG)      1 Volume   1 Week
Students (UG)      1 Volume   1 Week

B. Non-circulation material

  • Periodicals, reference books and newspaper are available for use in the library. They may be borrowed at the Teacher Librarian’s discretion.

C. Borrowing Procedures

  1. Student ID card must be produced when borrowing books. It is not transferable.
  2. A maximum of two books may be borrowed at one time.
  3. No library materials shall be removed from the Library until they have been properly recorded at the Circulation Counter.
  4. A borrower shall, before leaving the Library, ensure that all books issued to him/her on loan are complete and undamaged.

D. Renewals

  • Books on loan, except those reserved by others, may be renewed for another 1 week by returning them to the library for stamping.

E. Reservation

  • Books on loan may be reserved by filling out a form and submitting the completed form to the counter.

F. Overdue

  • An overdue notice will be sent to the borrower as soon as possible once the loan period expires. Borrowers should return the books to the Library. If the overdue period exceeds one month, it will be treated as a lost book (refer to SSR, ACS Library Policy H.2).

G. Return Procedures

  • Borrowers should return the books to the Library.

H. Fines

  1. A fine of 1 Rs. will be imposed per day for each book overdue.
  2. If a book is lost, the borrower will be asked to buy the same book and it should be returned to the Library as soon as possible. If the book is out of print, the borrower will be charged the original cost of the book plus 20% for handing charges.
  3. Borrowers are responsible for any damage inflicted on the books loaned and will be charged the cost of replacement.
  4. Non-payment of a fine will automatically result in suspension of borrowing rights, and the withholding of school reports until the fine is paid in full.

I. Loss of Student ID card

  • If you have lost your student ID card, you must report to the library immediately.

J. Theft

  • Taking books out of the library without using the proper procedures outlined above will be considered as theft. This is a serious offense and may result in immediate suspension from school, a permanent record on your report card, and in more serious cases, legal action.

SSR, ACS Library Books Purchasing Policy

Presently SSR, ACS Library has a fairy comprehensive book procurement procedure. However, it is being felt that the framework needs little bit modifications to make it more efficient and transparent. Therefore, some changes in the present procedure and also some new methods of procurement of books –

both print and inline have been introduced i.e. 2019-20. This has been approved by the Library Advisory committee in its meeting held on 16.05.2019.

Book Selection

It has been customary for the faculty and students to take part in book selection in the College. The Library staff usually recommends general reference books and those materials not covered by departmental subject categories like books on library and information science etc.publishers and venders are increasing providing electronic lists of titles available for purchase, printed catalogues and other printed announcements. These are being forwarded to the college trusty time to time. Besides catalogues, book reviews in important magazines and databases are also a basis for recommending books for the library. The library also circulates reviews of books to the college to keep them informed about new publications.

Book Purchasing Procedure

  • The faculty can recommend books and other publications for purchase to the SSR, ACS Library. It is desired that the list of books requisitioned by the faculty for purchase for each college be always routed through the respective Managing Trustee. The requisitions of faculty can be got approved by the concerned HOD and trustee. It will be desirable that books relating to semester courses may be sent in with one clear semester notice.
  • The library would then check for duplication and place the list of recommended books before the Library Advisory Committee (LAC) for its review. Some very urgent requirements of books forwarded by the chairperson of respective college may be purchased with the approval of chairperson of the Library Advisory Committee or by circulation to LAC members.
  • Once approved by the LAC for purchase, library staff re-checks the library OPAC to eliminate any duplicate orders etc.
  • The Library then prepares the final list of books and obtains financial sanction for their acquisition from the Librarian/Principal/Trustee as per the financial powers delegated to each authority.
  • On the recommendations of the faculty the library may purchase multiple copies of only those books which are found to be in great demand but not more than five copies of any book are procured.
  • The library will change the earlier practice of ordering books through a select list of approved vendors. The library may now place orders with any well recognized venders registered with Federation of Publishers and booksellers Association in India (FPBSA).the discount insisted upon would be a minimum of 20% on the printed/publisher’s price. The exceptions would be government publications and nil discount items. Also in some exceptional cases the vendors charge the library for handling on publishers’

Demand. In case of multivolume books and encyclopaedia, efforts may be made to obtain higher discounts. On the basis of service and past records the review of the suppliers will be done on annual basis.

  • Bill Processing
  • Once the books are received in the Library along with the bills, the price of each book and discount rates, bank rates are verified by the concerned staff in Acquisition Section. Entry for each book is made in the accession nos. entered against each item. The incharge, acquisition section certifies above procedure before forwarding bill to Accounts.

Bill Processing

Once the books are received in the library along with the bills, the price of each book and discount rates, bank rates are verified by the concerned staff in Acquisition Section. Entry for each book is made in the Accession Register which has all the relevant details of a book like its price, publisher, vender, year of publication etc. then the bills are processed for payment with the accession nos. entered against each item. The In-charge,Acquistion Section certifies above procedure before forwarding bill to Accounts the bills are put up to the Librarian by in charge, Library Administration for expenditure sanction on the basis of approval by the competent authority. As per the present practice the Library follows the bank rates prevailing on 1st of every month for the bills from 1st to 5th of every month and the bank rate which prevails on the 6th, for the bills from 25th to 30th/31st of the month.


Constraints of space necessitate the library to stop accepting books from any individuals. Books gifted from major institutions and other individuals may be accepted depending on their utility and physical condition.

    1.  Subscription to Print/E-journals/Magazines and online databases:
  1. The faculty wise lists of Print/E-Journals are compiled and forwarded to the respective department of college/Principal of special centers before placing them in the Library Committee meeting.
  2. Recommendations are received from the various Departments to subscribe/renew the journals and magazines.
  3. After obtaining necessary approval and sanction from the competent authority, the Print/E- Journals are subscribed/renewed through the subscription agents keeping in view their past service record. Some Print/E-journals are also ordered directly from the publishers.
  4. In case E- resources are not available through any consortium, publishers of E- resources are directly contacted for raising the invoice.
  5. The journals are no discount items and under Govt. of India General financial Rules, no tender needs to be invited for print/Journals subscription.
  6. The bills are received from the vendors along with the price proof and proof of exchange rate as which prevails on the date of remittance to the publisher.
  7. The payment for Print/E-journals subscription is made per the bank exchange rates prevailing on the date of billing.
  8. The supplementary bills are accepted in case there is rise in price of the Print/E-Journals and exchange rate.
  9. Each print/E-Journal is considered as a separate item in itself. The payment for each print/E-Journals is treated as Advance Payment. The payment is made from the budget head “journals”, or from any head other head such as plan Grant/Project fund etc.





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For Library related queries:

Dr. Ruchi Sinha (HEAD)

Mrs. Anjali Mhaskar

Mobile No: 9974973411