The Dream Institute of Technology Central Library started its journey in the year 2006 and is housed in the administrative block (B) spanning 2nd floors.
The Library serves as a Resource Center and aims to develop a comprehensive collection of books and journals useful for the faculties and the students of the institute and provides an efficient dissemination of knowledge.
It will make great efforts to achieve relentlessly to enhance the quality of its services to maximize users satisfaction.
Achieve the objectives of the Five Laws of Library Science by Serving the Users
The Dream Institute of Technology Central Library started its journey in the year 2006 and is housed in the administrative block (B) spanning 2nd floors
Total number of volumes – 30375
Total number of titles – 2376
Total number of ebooks – 270
Hard copy of National Journals – 33
The hard copy of International Journals – 04
E-Journals (J-Gate Consortium) ,National – 1437 & full text ( 960 )
E-Journals (J-Gate Consortium) ,International – 7629 & full text ( 3687 )
Total no of Magazines – 21
Total no of News Papers – 05
Total no of Employment News – 03
The Library uses Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC 22nd ed.) system to classify its documents
The Library has been using the Koha , an open source Integrated Library System management software
Checkout, Check-in, Renewal of books
Library fine collection
Issue of no dues / clearance certificate
Lost book recovery
Issue of Duplicate Library Membership Identity Card
Total Seating capacity – 120
Hard Copy – (Not issued)
Soft Copy – (Issued)
NPTEL ( National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning)
NDL (National Digital library of India)
|No.||Category of Users||Borrowing Capacity||Period of Loan|
Faculty [in Permanent Positions]
|6||Up to semester exam|
|2||Up to semester exam|
|6||Up to semester exam|
|2||Fifteen days and to be renewed thereafter|
Books should be returned or renewed within the stipulated date otherwise a fine of Re. 2/- will be imposed on the students per day for each book till the return of the book.
If the book is lost or damaged or mutilated after lending from the library, the last borrower of the book will be held responsible.
Students are directed not to write anything inside the books taken from the library.
Students must not leave any book, borrowed for reading or lending purpose, on the reading desks. They must submit the books in the circulation counter before leaving the library.
Books issued on reading cards cannot be taken home. If found, a fine of Rs. 2/- will be imposed on the student per book per day till the submission of the book.
Mobile phones should be kept in silent mode inside the reading room. Attending phone calls inside the reading room is strictly prohibited.
Playing songs or movies or videos in laptops/mobiles / iPods etc. in the library is strictly prohibited.
An outgoing student must submit books and other documents taken from the library in order to obtain a library clearance certificate.