Services of the College Library
The library is fully automated with TCSiON, comprising different modules Acquisition, Members, Circulations, Stock Management, OPAC (Self Service through login) and Reports.
Online Feedback System:
The library has recently introduced online feedback system in order to get valuable inputs for general improvement in the library services. Link: goo.gl/DQ7EIq
Online access point for students:
For accessing electronic resources available under INFLIBNET N-LIST. The request for accessing resources can also be submitted by sending email to email@example.com. All PG students are registered for INFLIBNET N-LIST Programme.
OPAC (Online Public Access Catalogue)
OPAC is a database of books prepared under TCSiON to maintain bibliographic description for easy search of books. The book can be search by Title, Author, Publisher, and Subject Index.
JAWS Software for Visually Challenged Students
A Windows Screen Reading Software – Job Access With Speech (JAWS) has been installed on two computers of digital section for visually challenged students.
Library Resources Awareness Programme (LRAP)The staff and students are regularly informed through online communication and SMS about
- Orientation programs run to increase their awareness of the library services and resources.
- new editions of books, new arrivals of journals/e-contents, and other library services & resources under current awareness scheme.
Inter Library Loan Service (ILLS)
The Library extends support under ILLS to the faculty of our sister institutions & University of Fraser Valley to utilize electronic resources and books.
News Clippings Book & Year Book
The Library compiles two books of scanned documents yearly –
- A complete documentation of all college details, notifications, activities and publications as Year Book.
- A collection of scanned clippings for every published news of the college in newspapers as News Clippings Book.
A Readers’ Club has been established on the recommendation of the Library Advisory Committee to create awareness of books and their values to students.