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General Conduct & Library Management System

The main objective of our Library is to support the research and educational activities of the Institute. It involves content development, acquisition, technical services, providing study material either books, journals, e-journals, general study material to its members. Our aim is to provide polite, friendly and efficient services without any discrimination among the users.

The Library uses KOHA software package which is an integrated multi-user library automation management system that supports all in-house activities of the library and deploys RFID (Radio Frequency Identifier) based Automation system and Circulation system. The database of the entire library is being updated on a regular basis along with details of recently acquired books.

RFID Indexing and Inventory

  • The MU library stocks over 13000 volumes on a wide variety of subjects. It deploys a Library management system with RFID indexing and inventory.

  • It also has an E-Library with access to thousands of online resources, housing a computer lab that is connected to the Internet, providing students with free access to digitized academic journals.

  • Students are allowed to work on their assignments and conduct research in the quiet environs of the library till 1am early morning.

  • An open reading section is dedicated to newspapers, journals and international periodicals while a separate library section and reading area for the faculty provides them the necessary privacy.

RFID Implementation In The Library

The library has implemented the Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) System in the year 2019. It is the best automated library automation system used across the world and is very effective in managing library resources. Some of the major benefits of the RFID system include self-check-out/check-in facility of books by the users, to control theft, to track the misplaced reading material, sorting, inventory accuracy, stock verification procedures, security control, material handling, video surveillance, people counter, Smart Card issuance, etc. RFID is a combination of radio-frequency-based technology and microchip technology. The information contained on microchips in the tags affixed to library materials is read using radio frequency technology regardless of item orientation or alignment. RFID helps to reduce valuable staff time spent on scanning barcodes while charging and discharging items.

RFID Implementation In the library

Opening Hours

  • 08 a.m to 1.00 a.m

  • 10 a.m to 5.00 p.m

Sundays & Holidays
  • Closed