Master of Business Administration Civil Engineering college

'Library and Information Center', is one of the best engineering college libraries in the state. The institute has a spacious CENTRAL LIBRARY in an independent building with an area of 30,000 sft. spread over two floors. First Floor accommodates Circulation Books, SC/ST Book Bank Books, Newspapers and Back Volumes of the Periodicals. Second Floor accommodates Reference Books, Current Periodicals, and so on. It has modern infrastructure with a reading capacity of 500 students.

It has a collection of 62,445volumes of books as on 20th November, 2017. It has subscribed to more than 5,305 Online Journals of IEEE, ASME, ASCE, ELSEVIER, ASTM, JGATE-Social and Management Science and 725 e-books of McGraw-Hill Access Engineering and it is subscribing to more than 171 Indian and International Journals & Magazines in Print.

Digital library is equipped with 30 systems to access E-journals & E-books. In addition Multimedia E-Learning Center and photocopying are made available for the convenience of the users. NPTEL Facility (National Program on Technology Enhanced Learning) to access video lectures and Institutional Membership of DELNET (Inter- library loan) for resource sharing are available in the library. It also provides National Digital Library of India facility for huge collection of e-Learning resources with a single window search facility which is being developed at IIT Kharagpur. 

The Center Library is equipped with NewGenLib Software Package which is an Integrated Library Management System (ILMS) with Barcode Scanner that supports all in- house operations of the library. The Central Library can be accessed through the On-line Public Access Catalogue (OPAC) within the campus premises. 

Library and Information Centre provides uncompromising information and caters to the intellectual requirements of its students and faculty members with user-friendly approach. It offers a fully integrated and dynamic environment for conducting academic and research activities. Multiple copies ensure that resources are easily available in Reference Section and Stack Area as well. Central Library is Wi-Fi enabled and under CCTV surveillance. For circulation of library books ‘Automated Self Service Kiosk’ is installed in the Central Library which enables users to issue (check-out), return (check-in) and renew books on their own. For each transaction, Kiosk generates a receipt with details of library documents transacted and due dates.