The well-furnished centralized digital library provides the ambience and congenial environment conducive to learning and articulate scholarship. The college library is the hub of the academic activities of the college. It is the most comfortable place spread over 5000 sq.ft with ample capacity to accommodate the students. It has the best-equipped sate of art infrastructure. The most important aspect of the library is the Library Information System, which has been developed to easily manage the library effectively. The College has a suitably qualified Librarian with 15 years of experience, who is assisted by two able qualified Assistant librarians and support staff. All the Inspection Committees have marked the college library as one of the best libraries in the twin cities. The students enjoy the access to a variety of volumes, journals and periodicals. The college subscribes to a number of popular and useful international magazines in respective subjects. The library has been elaborately designed as per the norms specified by the AICTE. BOOKS: The Central Library contains around over 10000 books and over 3000 titles .The Library has also subscribed to over 100 recognised national and international journals The library has subscribed for various Academic Journals namely H.B.R, N.S.J, CE, CSI, Fortune InTNL, etc. With qualified staff as Librarians, the library caters to all the needs of the students. It has the best-equipped infrastructure. All the titles in the library are on the suggestion of AICTE & O.U. The most important aspect of this library is the library information which has been developed to easy management of different titles and which helps in library management effectively. Every student is supplied by various titles and also given as opportunity to read the reference books, which are exclusive to this library. The library subscribes to many International and National Journals apart from the magazines. The students enjoy the access to a wide variety of periodicals and magazines in respective subjects also. Apart from the academics, the college also subscribes to a few competitive journals in order that students get bird’s eye view of the competitive world. The Library has been elaborately designed as per the norms specified by the AICTE. Circulation Service: Library issues four library cards to each student, and each student is provided one book on each card. Books borrowed from the library have to be returned within 10 days and a new book will be issued. Conditions: 1. The cards are not transferable. Readers are not allowed to sub-lend the books of the library. 2. Before leaving the counter, the readers should satisfy themselves that the book is in good condition. If the book is damaged, he/she should bring the matter to the notice of the official on duty. If he/she fails to do so, they will be held responsible for the damage. 3. A reader who has lost the library card shall make a written report of the same to the Library office immediately. In case the book is not found within a week the reader shall replace the book/recovery the cost decided by the authority. Taking out books without getting them properly issued from the library is a serious offence. Fine: All books on loan shall be returned within the due date stamped on the date level of the book, failure of which the reader has to pay a fine of Rs. 0.50 Per Day. Clearance Certificate: The identity card and the library cards are the property of the library and are to be returned. If dues are to be paid, a clearance Certificate may be obtained before taking University Examinations/for terminating connection with the college. Readers, who are members of other Libraries, should also get a clearance certificate before applying for Clearance certificate from the College Library.