Issue of Books for staff: Staff will be issued to a maximum of FIVE books (other than their text books) for a period of 15 DAYS. Books can be renewed once. Then the books have to be returned back to the library. CD's and DVD's can issue from the library for the period of 2 Days. From available stock One Text book and Two reference books they can borrow from the library on the basis of their teaching subjects and grade. they have to return these books on or before start of the vacation.
Issue of Books for Students: Students will be issued to a maximum of TWO books for a period of SEVEN DAYS. The books can be renewed once. Then the books have to be returned back to the library. If you keep the book for longer duration you will be liable for fine.
Returning items and renewals
Books must be returned or the loan period renewed on or before the date due for return. No renewal of the loan period will be granted for books in demand. Renewals must be arranged personally. If the student is sick, please telephone the reception and ask to speak to the Librarian
Reference Books and Books “on call”
Reference books shall not be taken out of the Library, but certain books placed in reference classes may be borrowed at the discretion of the Librarian. Any reader who requires an item that has been borrowed by another person may give notice to the Librarian that he or she requires the book. At her discretion, the Librarian may request the borrower to return the item to the Library by an amended due date. The borrower shall comply with this requirement or be liable to fines as in Rule 5.
Newspapers, magazines and journals
Newspapers, magazines and journals are non-borrowable. Students may read them within the Library.
Fines and Replacement of lost and damaged items
Fines for books and CDs/DVDs
A) Items borrowed from the Library, which are returned to the Library after the end of the authorised loan period, are subject to charges. The borrower will have to pay Rs.10.00 once the book is overdue and Rs.2.00 for each following day that an item is kept on loan after the due date.
B) CDs and DVDs the daily overdue fine is Rs.5.00.
C) No Library items can be taken out if there is an outstanding fine. A student will receive up to 3 reminders once his/her Library item is overdue. If all 3 letters have been ignored and the situation has not been rectified, a letter will be sent to parents asking them to assist their child in returning the book/s or to pay the replacement value as conveyed in rule 5.2 within 7 calendar days. If the situation remains unsolved, the Librarian will charge the replacement value as conveyed in rule 5.2 to the study fees of the student without any notification.
D) If the student requests a renewal for his/her library item (including arrangements done during weekends via e-mail), he/she will have to pay for the number of overdue days including the day on which the renewal was requested.
Loss or damage of the book
Borrowers are responsible for paying the replacement value, as assessed by the Librarian, of any item lost or damaged whilst on loan to them (including scratched or damaged CDs/DVDs). The item’s present market price is looked up on the Amazon.com or other book supplier. The borrower is also responsible for paying the delivery charge and double of the cost for losing book. The Processing fees has to pay separately for losing book/DVD/CD for the 2014-2015 academic year. Processing fee is 20% of the document cost.