Welcome to VNIT Library
The VNIT Library is 4 decades old having an independent three storied building. The collections of books and journals have been methodically developed through the years. It is always ensured that the collection is dynamic in nature by stacking separately ACTIVE and INACTIVE collection in tune with changes in syllabi.
The library and information resources centre is automated and users LIBSYS software. Students and faculty access library information through ON LINE PUBLIC ACCESS CATALOUGUE indexed databases called EI-COMPENDEX PLUS, DISSERTATION ABSTRACTS INTERNATIONAL and SAE Technical Papers are on campus-wide network of 10/100 Mbps lines and are available round the clock.
|1.||Chairman, Education Technology & Library Services||
Dr. K. D. Kulat
|Advisory & Policy Making|
Dr. C . Kumaresan
|Head of Library and Information Unit|
Mrs. Poonam Harode
Assisting to Library in routine
|4.||Sr. Technical Asstt.||
Shri. R. B. Parihar
|Periodicals & Social Welfare – Section In-charge|
|5.||Sr. Technical Asstt.||
Shri. A. N. Shambharkar anshvnit[at]rediffmail[dot]com
|Reference - Section In-charge|
Shri. Jaydeep Kumar Raikwar jaydeepvnit[at]gmail[dot]com
|General Section, Circulation, Social Welfare Book Bank|
|7.||Sr. Library Asstt.||
Shri. U. D. Sukhadeve
|Acquisition – Section In-charge|
|8.||Sr. Library Asstt.||
Shri. A. A. Kshirsagar
|Catalogue – Section In-charge|
|9.||Sr. Library Asstt.||
Smt. S. V. Potdar
|Circulation – Section In-charge|
|10.||Sr. Library Asstt.||
Shri. M. D. Jaiswal
|Bound Volume & LIB Store – Section In-charge|
Shri. Sanjay Gadhave
|Messengers Dak & Cleaning|
Shri. Narendra Mishra
Objectives of the Information and Library Unit
1. To support the learning community in their information needs by making available maximum possible information sources.
2. To assist the clientele in tracing the documentary literature in the information unit to solve their problems.
3. To help informally producing technical manpower for absorption in Indian industries and management.
4. To harness their researching habits through procurement of appropriate & satisfying information needs of engineering students & researchers.
5. To offer qualitative information, automated library and emerging services to its customers other than college students on FEE CHARGE basis if decided.
|2.||Seating Capacity||200 (Library) + 150 (Night Reading)|
|3.||Water Coolers||1 (2nd Floor) + 1 (Ground Floor)|
|4.||Computer Terminals||4 (OPAC Services) + 2 (Circulation) + 2(Data Entry) + 2 (Acq and Cat ) (For Information Unit Staff only)|
|5.||Telephone||4 Inter Phones + 1 Outside Dialing Facility|
|6.||Library Stacks||480 Including References + 60 Steel Almirahs + 22 Periodical Display Racks|
|7.||Lavatory Blocks||3(Ground Floor) + 2(1st Floor For Ladies) + 1(2nd Floor)|
|8.||Computer Machine||PCs -8 ( P-III)+5 Terminals|
4. Social Welfare Book Bank
7.Processing and Binding
9. Students Aid Fund Book Bank
[2.1]Library Opening Hours Daily-8.30 AMto09.30 PM
[2.2]Transaction Hours (Issue, Return & Reprographic Services) -9.00 AM to 9.00 PM
1.Documents borrowed from the information unit are not transferable and borrowers are responsible for what they borrow. No plea will be heard from them and they must verify the documents in good condition before leaving the library.
2.The documents from reference section are only meant for on site consultation and normally are not issued.
3. The staff members of information unit at property counter are authorised to verify and examine everything that goes in or out of the unit.
4.No outside student from any other engineering college is allowed without proper authorisation from the respective principals.
5.The documents, which are lost by the borrower, need to be reported and replaced with recent edition of the same or the bound xerox copy. In the event he fails to make xerox copy, the charges to be levied will be decided by the librarian on behalf of the library committee.
6.All the documents to be taken on loan should be presented at the entrance gate together with gate-pass and only on proper authorisation and verification he/she would be allowed to take away the documents.
7.General etiquettes are expected from every member of information unit and clientele; as such Singing, Loud Speaking, Shouting, Spitting, Sleeping, Smoking, etc are strictly prohibited.
Books for economically weak students
|Gratis Periodical Received in Library||76|
|A & V Materials||298|
Full Text/Images Services (Proactive or Reactive)
|1||Current Awareness Services for Journals||Monthly|
|2||Selective Dissemination of Information Service||Research Staff|
|3||Reference Service||UG / PG Student|
|4||Referral Service||For Outside Libraries & Staff|
|5||Interlibrary Loan Service||UG / PG Students & Teaching Staff|
|6||Database Service||UG / PG Students & Teaching Staff|
|7||Automated Library Service||For Outside Libraries & Staff|
|8||Reprographic Service||For All|
|9||Technical Inquiry and Special Services||Outside Members|
|10||Bibliographic Service||PG Students|
|11||OPAC (On Line Public Access Catalogue Service)||
Staff, Students & Other Members
|12||Resource Sharing||NEERI, CPRI, IBM, University Library & Special Libraries|
The following class of members are eligible to borrow the documents against their quota stated below and defined to the system.
|2||Students- UG - PG||3117 0685
|3||Non-teaching Staff (Ministerial)||190||02|
|4||Corporate Members (Industries Orgn.; Alumni; Ex-employees; with specific deposits)||71||02|
|5||Research Scholar(including PhD)
|6.||Social Welfare Students Books||0632||10|
|1||Issue Counter ( Lending Section)||512|
|4||Reading Room Section||468|
|5||Stack Room Section||182|
Per day Users Statistics about the Use of Library Section