Brief History

  • The Department of Library was started in the year 1961 with 800 books and 5 periodicals, and a Lecturer was kept in charge of the library. Later six qualified librarians have served and retired in this department. At present, there are 56323 Under Graduate documents and 1687 Post Graduate  Books 350 CDs/DVDs and 31 periodicals with one qualified librarian, three record assistants, and two attendees are serving the students as well as faculty.  The library is centrally located in the college in order to provide easy access to the Users.

AIMS & OBJECTIVES

  • To provide Books, Journals, and Information services to the students and staff members.
  • To pursue knowledge coupled with skills by reading Books & Journals.
  • To develop personality, character, and self-discipline by providing with good books and periodicals.
  • To inculcate research aptitude and to cultivate a scientific outlook
  • Book section: 276 sq. meters. Consisting of Arts, Commerce, Sciences, Languages and reference books with Reading Tables and Chairs.
  • Periodical section: 74 sq. meters. Consisting of Newspapers, Magazines, Journals & Year wise bound University old question papers with Reading Tables and chairs accommodating 40 persons at a time.

MEMBERSHIP

  • All the under Graduate, Post Graduate Students & All Teaching and Non-Teaching staff are Members of our Library

FACULTY PROFILE – ADEQUACY AND COMPETENCY OF FACULTY

S.No Names Designation Qualification
1 P. Ravi Librarian MLISC., PGDLAN
2 Smt. S. Sarala Kumari Recorad Assistant B.A
3 C. Lakshmi Attender  
4 G. Vasu Attender B.A

 

LEARNING RESOURCES OF THE DEPARTMENT

 

S. No Details Number
1 Total books in the library 56323
2 Systems 06
3 Network facility LAN 01
4 Dailies 10
5 Weeklies/Monthlies 15
6 Journals 16
7 CDs/DVD 350
8 Databases 20
9 Audiovisual resources 03
10 Book bank 7311
11 NAAC publications 02
12 Copies from Central Institute of Indian Languages, Mysore 70
13 Central Hindi Directorate Books 920
14 Gift Books 620
15 Back Volume 155

 

SUBJECT WISE BOOKS

S.No SUBJECT NO. OF BOOKS
1 TELUGU 6230
2 HINDI 1813
3 SANSKRIT 739
4 ENGLISH 5016
5 URDU 962
6 TAMIL 2134
7 COMMERCE 6640
8 ADVT. & SALES MANAGEMENT 120
9 TAXATION 88
10 HISTORY 2010
11 ECONOMICS 2460
12 STATISTICS 1129
13 POLITICAL SCIENCE 1802
14 POST GRADUATE BOOKS 1687
15 HINDI SAHITYA ACADEMY BOOKS 712
16 GENERAL KNOWLEDGE AND REFERENCE 4829
17 GIFT BOOKS 1040
18 COMPUTER SCIENCE 1647
19 MICROBIOLOGY 316
20 BIOCHEMISTRY 201
21 PHYSICS 3144
22 MATHEMATICS 2705
23 CHEMISTRY 2630
24 BOTANY 3185
25 ZOOLOGY 2776
26 BIOTECHNOLOGY 308
TOTAL 56323

 

MAGAZINES WEEKLIES/FORTNIGHTLIES/MONTHLIES

  • THE WEEK
  • EMPLOYMENT NEWS
  • UNIVERSITY NEWS
  • TELUGU VIDYARTHI
  • READERS DIGEST
  • SPORTS STAR
  • INDIA TODAY (ENGLISH)
  • INDIA TODAY (TELUGU)
  • CAREER AND COMPETITION CHRONICLE
  • FRONTLINE
  • ANDHRA PRADESH
  • COMPETITION SUCCESS REVIEW
  • UDYOGA SOPANAM
  • PRATIYOGITA KIRAN

AMOUNT SPENT ON BOOKS AND PERIODICALS DURING THE PERIOD OF 2004-11
TOTAL AMOUNT:- 6,49,498

Year Amount spent  on books                   

(in Rs)

Amount spent on periodical

(in Rs)

Grand Total

(in Rs)

2003-04 1,01,140 15,771 1,16,911
2004-05 33,701 29,065 62,766
2005-06 23,071 11,866 34,937
2006-07 1,52,878 12,725 1,75,603
2007-08 1,56,660 13,007 1,69,667
2008-09 20,659 17,609 38,268
2009-10 4,60,911  15101 476012
2010-11 10084  27431 37,515

 

WORKING HOURS Of THE DEPARTMENT

  • 9 AM. To 5 PM. On all working days

TIMETABLE FOR ISSUE AND RETURN OF BOOKS TO STUDENTS

DAYS ISSUES RETURNS
MONDAY III BA, BCom., B.Sc, M.Com, M.Sc, MA ALL STUDENTS
TUESDAY II BA, B.Com& B.Sc ALL STUDENTS
WEDNESDAY I  BA, B.Com& B.Sc ALL STUDENTS
THURSDAY III  BA, B.Com, B.Sc & MA., M.Com., M.Sc. Students ALL STUDENTS
FRIDAY II  BA, B.Com& B.Sc ALL STUDENTS
SATURDAY I  BA, B.Com& B.Sc ALL STUDENTS

 

  • LIBRARY USERS STATISTICS
1 Average No. of faculty visiting the library/day (average for the last five years) 30
2  

Average No. of  students visiting the library/day (average for the last five years )

700
3 Average No. of an issue & returns     to students & Faculty/day average for the last five years 300

 

SHELF LISTING

  • Subject wise and Class wise separate shelf lists are prepared and maintained in order to facilitate easy identification and location of books on shelves

Cataloging

OPAC” On-Line Public Access Catalogue is made available to the users.  It is user – friendly and enables the user to search the bibliographic details with ease and speed.  It allows searching by Author Title, Subject, Call number, Keywords and Boolean search, besides in case of a power failure we are also maintaining card catalog cabinet for the benefit of the library.

LIBRARY SERVICES

  • Information Service: The library is offering the information service to the users using the printed and electronic resources and equipment Access of E-Journals is also available to users through the U.G.C. INFLIBNET center.
  • Internet facility: The library is offering Internet browsing facility for E-Learning and for referring free E-Journals to the users.
  • Current awareness services: Latest information or published literature on the particular subject of the internet is provided for the library users. Latest issues of periodicals are kept for the reference purpose.  Costly and important articles from journals are downloaded through the internet and kept for the use of our readers.
  • Reprographic Services: Copies of the books which cannot be lent out, articles from the periodicals and information downloaded from the internet are supplied to the needed users through Xerox copies.
  • Reference services: Library is helping the users in finding simple facts like whether a particular book, CD/DVD, information is available or not in this library.

EQUIPMENT & FURNITURE

  • There are sufficient Book stacks, Reading Tables, Chairs, Lights, Fans and Exhaust Fans in the book section as well as in the periodical section for comfortable sitting and Reading. Six computers are available with LAN connectivity for providing Library Automation services (with SOUL operation) and for Internet facility for E-learning to the Users

RECORDS MAINTAINED

  1. Departmental Profile
  2. Individual Profiles
  3. Library Staff Attendance Registers
  4. Students visitors Registers
  5. Staff Visitors Registers
  6. Library Advisory committee Resolutions Register
  7. Central Accession Registers Volume – I – V
  8. Book Bank Accession Register
  9. Gift Books Accession Register
  10. Subject wise Catalogue Registers
  11. Subject Wise Shelf Lists of all subjects
  12. Departmental Stock Registers
  13. Periodicals Accession Register
  14. Periodicals Issue & Returns Registers
  15. Registers for Issue and Return of Books to Students
  16. Registers for Issue and Return of books To Faculty
  17. Reference service Registers
  18. UGC. Bills Registers
  19. Govt. Bills Registers
  20. Book Bank Bills Registers
  21. Special Fee Bills Registers
  22. Furniture Registers
  23. Dispatch Register
  24. Consumable Articles Registers
  25. Students defaulters Registers
  26. Cost Recovered Books Register
  27. Students No Dues issue Register
  28. Book Binding Register
  29. Career guidance Material
  30. Register for the outgoing students who secured jobs

Plan of action of the department for the next five years

The department proposed to:

  • Subscribe a number of e-journals.
  • Establishment of the digital library.
  • Trials for construction of separate library building.
  • Introduce a certificate course in Library and Information science