Library is an integral part of our Academic Centre of Excellence for Teaching and Learning. This COE is designed to assist multidisciplinary curriculum and concept centric demonstrations concerning practices and programs that promote teaching and learning skills among faculty and students; and to research to improve innovation

Many new dimensions have been added to the library. Electronic information resource as an important component of the library in growing year after year. The computer has swept the library in all it is operations-storage and dissemination of information. The college is satisfied on the achievements of the library.

F01. By procuring comprehensive range of documents including books, manuscripts, journals, magazines, newspaper etc. on various subjects.
F01. Organizing huge collection of documents it keeps them in different sections on the basics of their categorization like text book section, reference section, journal section, thesis section.
F01. The library interacts with different information networks to give easy access to e-sources/ data to more users so that they could access the desired information even from their workplace.
F01. It also provides entertainment and healthy leisure to user by providing different newspapers, magazines, short story books, internet facility etc.
F01. It provides reference service through reference section to establish a contact between the right reader and the right document in a personal way to attract more users.
F01. Providing of photocopy, printing facilities.
F01. Providing design codes and manuals for exams/reference.
F01. To maintain and operate an infrastructure that allows, among other things, suitable study, documentation, storage, preservation and research conditions.



 Name of the Subject

 Available  Titles

 Available Volumes






 Pharmacy Practice




 Human Anatomy & Physiology




 Pharmaceutics (Dispensing & General Pharmacy)




 Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry




 Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry




 Pharmaceutical Microbiology








 Applied biochemistry and clinical chemistry








 Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence




 Pharmaceutical dosage forms




 Community Pharmacy




 Clinical Pharmacy




 Hospital Pharmacy








 Pharmaceutical Analysis




 Medicinal Chemistry








 Computer Science or Computer application in Pharmacy








 Communication Skills




 General Books








Project Reports



Magazines (with complimentary)


Carpet area

120 sqm 


Competitive Examinations Books



E-Information Resources


CD’s /DVD’s




We have exactly 10839 free e-books in 709 categories  





Online journals(National and International)  




Open access journals 

Through DELNET: 393
Through J-Gate: 2373 


NDL(National Digital Library)


Role of the Coordinator:

1. Along with the Principal & Librarian finalizing the committee members.

2. Coordinate with student and faculty for conduction of Committee Meeting.

3. Helping the librarian in finalizing the annual budget.

4. Making of Library Policies depending on the suggestions from library committee.

5. To perform any other related duty assigned by Director/ Principal of the institution.


Role of the Librarian:

1. Responsible for developing, cataloguing and classifying library resources.

2. Responsible for Managing Annual budget.

3. To ensure the purchase and maintenance all available resources.

4. Management of Library Staff.

5. Developing e-resources/IT Facilities in the Library.

6. Promoting the Library resources to users.

7. Answering user’s queries.

8. Implementation of Policies resolved in the committee meetings.


Role of the Faculty Member:

1. Report all the related activities to the coordinator of the committee.

2. Motivating students for effective utilization of Library resources.

3. Identify the students who have leadership quality and propose their name to the coordinator as student representative. 

4. Communicate with respective Head of the Department regarding the activities of the cell.

5. Coordinate with students and faculty for suggestions and improvement of Library facilities.


Role of the Student Member:

1. To collect the requirements of the student and informing the concerned faculty.

2. To follow up and implement the instructions given by Co-ordinator and Faculty members of the committee.

Digital Library: Online access to the e-resource of the Digital Library portals of DELNET. These e-resources are IP enabled, can be accessed anywhere in the campus. 

1. Internet Facility: Library is having 10 PC’s with internet facility at the speed of 50 Mbps.

2. Local area network: The Library has LAN facility.

OPAC (Online public access catalogue): All the library transactions are computerized and On-Line Public Access Catalogue has been introduced. Users can search the books details via author wise search, title wise search, subject wise search, and how many copies are available in a particular title.

Computerized issue/return of books: To facilitate faster issue and return of books and for easy tracing of the books issued, the college library books are being issued/returns through the Bees campus soft with bar coded technology.

Category of membership

No. of Books

Period of Loan



15 days

Faculty Teaching


One Semester

Reference Desk: Readers may approach the Reference Desk for information or any assistance in the use of the Library Collections and Services

Periodical Section: Contains both Technical and Non-Technical Journals of National and International origin are displayed and kept available for the reference of students and faculty members.

Reference Section: The library consists of about 756 reference books on all Subjects, & Dictionaries. The library also has a collection of rare books.

• Reference/referral services: Library provides books to refer inside the library. One copy of all the titles has kept for reference. Apart from that we have good collection of reference books like Indian Pharmacopoeia, British Pharmacopoeia, The wealth of India dictionaries,  some standard technical titles. 

• Question paper service: Previous years Question papers are available year and Branch wise in print/soft copies and will be provided to users to take photocopies. 

• Project report service: One copy of Students projects of all previous years is maintained in library and providing for reference.

• Curriculum Book Service: University Curriculum books of all branches are available for reference.

Reading Halls: The Reading Hall consists of comfortable tables & chairs with a seating capacity for 180 users.

Working days: 

8:00 AM to 8:00 PM


9:30 AM to 12:30 PM

Circulation Hours:

8:00 AM to 6:00 PM

Xerox Timings:

8:00 AM to 8:00 PM 

Internet Timings:

8:00 AM to 8:00 PM