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Students admitted in D.El.Ed. Session-2019-21 - *Students admitted in D.El.Ed. Session-2018-20 - *Students admitted in B.Ed. Session-2018-20 - *Students admitted in B.Ed. Session-2019-21

Library

  1. LIBRARY

The library remains open all working hours of the Institute, the library has around 11000 volumes of books and reference books. In addition there are more than 20 different types of educational Journal. The books in the library are classified and catalogued as per Library system software. The Library has a 150 seated reading room. The Library contributions to the fulfilment of the KKGI group under which the institute is running, mission by Electing, acquiring, organizing, maintaining and making accessible a collection of printed and non-printed, primary and secondary materials that will support the educational, research and public programmes of both teacher students and the faculty.

Responding to the varying needs of the academic community by involving the faculty, the teacher students and the administration in the development and periodic assessment of the library services and resources. Providing library users with point-of-use instruction, personal assistance in conducting literature research and other reference services. Providing an environment conducive to the optimum use of library materials and an appropriate schedule of hours of service and professional assistance.

COLLECTIONS

Library has remarkable collection of books other documents about 11000 covering the whole range of text and reference books on education and its allied subject Hindi and English medium.

TOTAL COLLECTION
1. Library Books 10200
2. Educational Journals 09
3. Magazine and Periodicals 05
4. Reference Book 800
5. Newspaper 05
6. Encyclopaedia 35
7. Dictionaries 38
8. Titles 1211
9. EDUCATIONAL JOURNALS
10. BHARTIYA AADHUNIK SHIKSHA NCERT
11. INDIAN EDUCATIONAL ABSTRACTS NCERT
12. INDIAN EDUCATIONAL REVIEW NCERT
13. JOURNAL OF INDIAN EDUCATION NCERT
14. PRATHMIK SHIKSHAK NCERT
15. PRIMARY TEACHER NCERT
16. SCHOOL SCIENCE NCERT
17. EDUJOURN (INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EDUCATION)
18. JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL & PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH 18
19. NEWS PAPERS
20. DAINIK JAGRAN 01
21. AAJ 01
22. PUNJAB KESHRI 01
23. THE TIMES OF INDIA 01
24. THE ECONOMIC TIME 01
25. Amar Ujala 01

LIBRARY GENERAL RULES

  1. Smoking and the use of mobile phones is not permitted in the Library.
  2. Consumption of food and drinks is not permitted in the Library and the use of matches and open lights are forbidden except in such areas in the library as are specifically set aside for such purposes.
  3. Bottles of ink may not be brought into the Library.
  4. No bags, umbrellas, parcels etc. except files and books may be brought into the Library. Adequate storage facilities have been provided at the entrance to the Library.
  5. On leaving the Library, all users are required to produce for inspection all books and items taken out of the Library.
  6. Silence must be observed strictly in the Library.
  7. Reservation of seats is not permitted. Books and other articles left for any length of time on chairs and tables may be removed by the library staff.
  8. Users must be decently dressed and conduct themselves properly in the Library. Users are required to treat the library staff with respect and courtesy. Should any incident be reported, the Librarian will pursue the matter with the appropriate authority.
  9. The Library staff on duty has the right to request a user to leave the premises if he/she is found to be violating any of the Library rules.
  10. Official time for determining fines on overdue books and for other purposes will be read according to the time determined by the librarian at the Circulation Counter.
  11. The Chief Librarian is empowered to withhold Library facilities for any infringement of these rules.
  12. The Library will not accept responsibility for the loss or misplacement of personal belongings.
  13. The Chief Librarian may amend the Library Rules and Regulations as and when necessary. General Loan Rules
  14. Only KKGI Group Staff members can borrow Library materials.
  15. No books or library materials may be brought out of the Library until the loan has been recorded. Unauthorized removal of library materials is regarded as a very serious offence.
  16. Library materials borrowed must be returned on or before the due date.
  17. The normal loan period for books is two weeks. The Library, however, may fix varying loan periods for different types of materials or users as it deems fit.
  18. All borrowers must settle any overdue loans before they are permitted to borrow again

CYBERSPACE RULES

  1. Do not use the computers to do the following:
  1. Playing Games
  2. Playing music
  3. Visit prohibited sites
  4. Political activities
  5. Do not install or uninstall any program or service in any computer. This is only a preserve of the Librarian.
  6. If any device of the computer is not working, do not fix it kindly report at the reference desk or to the IT person in charge.
  7. Use of foreign disks is prohibited i.e. Flash drives or floppy disks or Compact disks
  8. You are allowed to use the computer for a time allocated by the librarian. If need be you can be asked to give others opportunity to use the computers
  9. Do not send jobs for printing, it is not allowed within the cyber. If necessary contact the Librarians

NOTE

The Institute Library and its personnel make no warranties of any kind, whether expressed or implied, for the service provided. The Library and its personnel will not be responsible for any damages you suffer, which includes loss of data resulting from delays, non-deliveries, or service interruptions. The Library and its personnel deny any responsibility for the accuracy or quality of information obtained through Internet services

OVERDUE BOOKS

Books must be returned by the due date or earlier if recalled by the Librarian. Failure to return a book by the date specified will be treated as a serious offence. The Library will endeavour to send overdue notices but will not be held responsible for non-delivery, under whatever circumstances

FINES

A fine can be imposed on anyone returning an overdue book. The rate will be determined by the Librarian according to the value of the borrowed book

LOSS AND DAMAGE

  1. The marking, defacing, mutilating or altering of books or services provided by the Library is strictly forbidden.
  2. Unauthorized movement of Library fittings, furniture and equipment is forbidden.
  3. Users may be prosecuted for criminal damage to property
  4. Borrowers will be held responsible for materials out on loan. If the material is lost, an immediate report should be made to the Librarian to enable appropriate action to be taken. A borrower is allowed to either replace the book lost or damaged by purchasing it himself or requesting the Library to replace it. All books replaced must be of the latest edition. If the book is one of a set or series they may be called upon to replace the whole set or series.
  5. The main purpose of these rules is to safeguard the common interest of all users and to enable the Library to carry out its functions as efficiently as possible. Failure to observe the rules can lead to disqualification