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Regulations:Library

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The library is open to all students and members of staff of the College.
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The library is kept open from 9 a.m to 5 P.m on all working days except Saturdays and  Sundays and other public holidays.
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Silence should be maintained in the Library and reading room.
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Books in the library arc computerized and OPAC (Online Public Access Catalogue) facility is available to locate the books in the shelf.
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Current Periodicals, Dictionaries and other works of Reference value shall not be lent out'
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Only one book for UG and four books for PG students are being lent at a time for a period of 14 days. Books can however be  renewed by a personal call for  before the last stamped date, provided they are not required by other members. The period of extension  will normally be a fortnight from the date on which request for renewal is made. A student who borrows or returns a book shall conduct the transaction himself at the Library and not through any other Person. Each book with overdue will incur an 'overdue charge' of fifty paise per day if the book  is kept beyond the period allowed.
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Reservation can be made on cards available in the Library.
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Members shall not write, underline or make any mark upon any book or map belonging to the Library or cause any damage.
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Members shall, on receiving the book examine them and report to the Librarian any damage found therein. If they fail to do so, they will be held responsible for such damage as may be detected afterwards.
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Loss of books shall be immediately reported to the Librarian. Compensation for books lost or found damaged in any way or defaced must be paid according to the Librarian's estimate of loss.
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Members shall not sub-lend the books of the Library to any other person
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Members responsible for any damage done to any property belonging to the Library shall be required to replace the property so damaged.
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A student against whom any 'overdue' or other charge is outstanding,will not be allowed to borrow books or withdraw his Caution Deposit until he has paid the amount due. At the end of the course each student will have to produce a 'No Dues Chit' from the Librarian before he gets his Transfer Certificate
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Sign the Library gate register while entering and leaving the library
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Any infringement of the rules may lead to the forfeiture of the privilege of using the Library.