The Library has a collection of approximately 25,000 volumes of print information materials and over 100,000 subscribed Electronic resources, which are accessible on campus and off-campus.
How to Locate Print Materials
The library uses the Library of Congress Classification Scheme (LCC) to arrange information materials. Here, letters (A-Z) and numbers are used to denote items. On the spine of each book, you will see a classification no. This is called the CALL NUMBER.
The code represents the subject of the book. For Example; HD is Management, L is Education , T is Technology etc.
Books on shelf are arranged alphanumerically: first by alphabet then by number in ascending order.