Library

Overview

 

St. Peters Engineering College Library plays a vital role in meeting the present and anticipated future needs of its scientific community by selecting, acquiring, disseminating appropriate scientific and technical information through different channels of communication. Library initially was setup in 2007.

The college's central library is housed in a part of the block having a plinth area of early 767 sq.m. with a total seating capacity of 150. The Central library is stocked with 51791 books and also subscribed to 102 National and 24 International Journals. The active sections of the central library are computerized with 150 book issues and 150 active readers in the library per day. 

Digital library is well equipped systems to access E-journals IEEE-ASPP, J-Gate. In addition Multimedia E-Learning Center. NPTEL Facility (National Program on Technology Enhanced Learning) to access web & video lectures and Institutional Membership of DELNET (Inter- library loan) for resource sharing are available in the library.


The Central Library collectively supports the teaching, research and extension programmes of the Institute. All students, faculty members of the Institute are entitled to make use of the Library facilities by taking library membership. The Library, besides having a huge collection of books on Engineering, Science & Humanities offers library services through its various divisions. 

The Center Library is equipped with NewGenLib Software Package which is an Integrated Library Management System (ILMS) with Barcode Scanner that supports all in-house operations of the library. The Central Library can be accessed through the On-line Public Access Catalogue (OPAC) within the campus premises.

 Competitive Examinations Cell

The novel feature of SPEC Library is the establishment of Competitive Examinations Cell with the main objective of providing reading material for student community preparing for various competitive examinations. The cell provides books and journals relating to Civil Services, Public Service Commission, TOEFL, GRE, GMAT, GATE, UGC-NET and other competitive examinations.

Library Timings

 
  •  Working Days - 8:30 A.M. to 8:00 PM.

Vision & Mission

 

Vision

Library aims to be best among Engineering college libraries in the country. Library intends to incorporate the latest technology and adopt user friendly approach towards students and faculty. Library intends to offer comprehensive services related to dissemination of knowledge.

  • To provide quality service to the users.
  • To disseminate technical knowledge.
  • To offer modern tools for accessing information.
  • To network with leading libraries.

Mission

Library serves as a resource center and aims to develop a comprehensive collection of documents useful for faculty and students of the institute and provides an efficient dissemination of knowledge.

 

Services

 
  • Issues and Returns
  • Reference and Reading Section
  • Competitive Books
  • Open Access System
  • Journals/ Magazine/ Periodicals
  • Reprography Service
  • OPAC(Online Public Access Catalogue)
  • Library Automation
  • Digital Library(E-Journals/ E-Books/ NPTEL)
  • ILL (Inter Library Loan)

 

Books Summary

 

Department wise Number of Books, Journals And E Journals

S.NO

PROGRAMME

No of books available

No of Journals available

No of Titles

No of Volumes

National

International

IEEE(ASPP)

B.TECH

1

EEE

939

7598

18

6

44

2

MECH

789

6829

21

6

18

3

ECE

866

7762

25

6

47

4

CSE

1334

12548

25

6

65

5

CIVIL

337

1866

6

0

6

6

S&H

1063

15188

7

0

22

Total

5268

51791

102

24

202

Titles & Volumes

 

Year Wise Titles & Volumes Added

 

Academic Year

No of Titles added

No of New

Editions Added

No of New Volumes added

2019-20

81

37

584

2018-19

235

96

1660

2017-18

284

179

2039

2016-17

691

313

3351

2015-16

611

195

3089

Important study links

 

 Year Wise National & International Journals    2015-2018

Year

National

International

Total

2018-19

102

24

126

2017-18

105

20

125

2016-17

100

0

100

2015-16

144

12

156

E-Resources

 

E-Resources - Access Details

(Within the campus through INTRANET)

 

S.NO

E-Resources

Access

1

IEEE-ASPP

(202 e-Journals )

 

Ieeexplore.ieee.org

2

J-Gate

(Engineering Collection)

E-Journals

(2005 Full Text)

 

https://jgateplus.com

3

DELNET

 

http://164.100.247.30/     

4

 NPTEL:  e-Learning VIDEO CONTENT

 

192.168.99.2/LocalGuru      

5

 Library OPAC

(Online Public Access catalogues our college)

 

192.168.66.114:8080/newgenlibctxt/

Rules & Contact Details

 

Library Rules

1.   Students & staff should enter their details in login Register before entering the Library.

2.   The students must carry their Identity cards to the library.

3.   The library user shall not engage in audible conversation in any part of the library.

4.   Cleanliness should be maintained in & around the library-cum-information centre.

5.   Open during 8.30am to 8.00pm on all working days.

6.   Two books can be borrowed at a time from the library.

7.   A book drawn by a student may be retained for 15 days. Book may be recalled at any time. The Book should be returned on or before the date last marked/Stamped otherwise a fine Rs 1 per day shall levy as per the Library Rules.

8.   Any book taken in/out of Library will be checked at the library gate.

9.   In case book is lost/damaged the borrower either have to replace the book of same edition or pay a price plus fine of Rs.50/-. In case of rare book Principal will impose a special fine.

10. Every student is required to produce their identity card with Library card for obtaining, no dues slip at the end of the session or leaving the Institute.

11. The principal on the recommendation of the librarian reserves the right to cancel the membership privilege of any student found misbehaving/committing thefts.

12. Members shall not bring printed materials, personal belongings and library books issued to them inside the library. They are to be kept at the property counter.

13. Members are responsible for any Damage Caused by them to the books or any other belongings of the library and in case of Damage caused he /she have to pay the penalty imposed by the Librarian.

14. Use of mobile phone in the library is prohibited.

15. Avoid making pencil/pen marks, underlining, scribbling and tearing pages in the books/journals. If any such things are noticed at the time of returning the books, borrower will be held responsible and appropriate fine will be collected.

16. Books marked “Not for Loan” and Reference Books will not be issued.

17. Consult the Library staff on duty for any other information, suggestions and issues.

CONTACT US 

S No

Name of the Staff

Teaching/Non-Teaching

Designation

Qualification

Experience

Date of Joining

Mobile

 

 

1

P.Anand Kumar

Teaching-Professional Staff

Librarian & H.O.D

B.Com , M.L.I.Sc ,PGDPMIR

19 years

01-11-2018

9492759264

 

 

2

B.Mallikarjuna Rao

Teaching-Professional Staff

Librarian

M.A.,M.L.I.Sc.,B.Ed., 

12 years

03-07-2017

9441651976

8978824998

 

 

3

S. Satyanarayana

Non Teaching-Professional Staff

Asst. Libranian

B.A., M.L.I.Sc.,

 8 years

12-02-2016

 9951781609

 

 

4

M.Therejamma

Non Teaching-Professional Staff

Book Keeper

Intermediate

4 years

 03-07-2012

 8639171601

Activities

 
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