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Inaugurated by the Hon’ble Chief Minister, Haryana on 13.06.2013, the University Library is housed in Saraswati Library Complex, which is a four storey building, a perfect and beautiful blend of aesthetics, latest technology and green architecture with an area of 9,103 sqm./97,948 sq.ft. The University Library has a seating capacity of 600 members. The University Library opens from 7.00 A.M. to 7.00 P.M. on all working days and 9.00 A.M. to 5.00 P.M. on Saturdays, Sundays and Gazetted Holidays.

Library

Collection

The University Library has a collection of 70,815 and subscribes 169 printed Indian Journals. It also subscribes 56 Magazines and 20 Newspapers to cater to the needs of users for current awareness and leisure reading. The University Library has undertaken the subscription to the 7918 Online Journals including ASCE (American Society of Civil Engineers) – 38, ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers) – 29, IEEE/IEL – 450, Elsevier (Science Direct) – 603, EMERALD-138 and EBSCO (Art & Architecture) – 370. Being a member of INFLIBNET the E-ShodhSindhu Consortium of UGC is providing 6,290 e-resources to our University Library like American Chemical Society – 50, American Institutes of Physics – 18, American Physical Society 13, Economic & Political Weekly – 01, Springer – 1700, Taylor & Francis 1076, JSTOR – 2500, Project Muse – 670, Oxford University Press – 262. The University has also access of two bibliographical databases i.e. ISID and JCCC through INFLIBNET.

Resources

References

For access to online Journals, databases and electronic books the University Library has 32 PCs on work stations with a setup of 1 G connectivity.

The University Library maintains Reference Section consisting of fact finding resources such as Dictionaries, Directories, Handbooks, Encyclopedias, Yearbooks and a copy of a title meant for reference only. The University Library also maintains a separate section on Deenbandhu Chhotu Ram – The great leader of Haryana after whom the University takes its name. In this section books and related literature and a photo gallery on Chhotu Ram Ji is available.

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