VPM'S
K. G. Joshi College of Arts & N. G. Bedeker College of Commerce, Thane(W)


  

Library Photographs


Introduction | Sections of the Library | Working hoursSeating capacity | No. Of Students/Readers | Collection | Library Committee Library Services |
| Best Practices Followed by the Library | External Membership Facility | Rules and Regulations | Library developments during last six years | Library Staff and Duties  | Library Photographs

Introduction

The library of Joshi-Bedekar College, the fountain of knowledge and inspiration, enjoys the reputation of being one of the best Learning Resource Centre in the vicinity of Mumbai.

The library was established in 1969 with the very inception of the college. The library is situated on the second floor of the commerce building and is made easily accessible from all sides of the college premises. It has a carpet area of about 12000 Sq.Ft. Complete catalogue of the library holdings has been created by using Koha, Integrated Library Management Software. Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC) is provided to the users on intranet site http://10.1.1.9:50300/ Students are using the OPAC extensively for searching the required books and journal articles. On an average 1000 books per day are circulated to the readers from Home lending section, Reading Hall, and reference section of the library. The students extensively use Library Reading Hall and around 350 students are availing this facility.

The library is connected with the other four libraries on the campus and an integrated OPAC of the holdings is made available to all users on http://www.vpmthane.org/VPMs-Library-OPAC.html Books on inter library loan are provided to the students and teacher on demand. Computers of all the libraries on the campus are connected to the central server. Local hub is provided in each library for speedy communication of data. The unique feature of the library is that its catalogue can be accessed from any part of the world through Web-OPAC made available at http://opac.vpmthane.org:50300/. The library has a privilege of using 2 MBPS Internet leased line. Library is proud to provide online access facility to the students and faculty members to the internationally reputed commercial databases like JSTOR, ProQuest, CMIE, Manupatra, UGC N-LIST, Dictionary of Scientific Biographies, and open access databases viz.Vidyanidhi, Open-Gate, DOAR, DOAJ, PubMed, SSRN, PLoS, and COCHRANE. Digital Repository of VidyaPrasarakMandal’s institutional research publications has been created and made available at http://dspace.vpmthane.org:8080/jspui/index.jsp.  Library has started uploading question papers for all the courses/programs on our website and students can use link (http://www.vpmthane.org/comm/Q_paper.html  question paper archive ) and for current question papers http://dspace.vpmthane.org:8080/jspui/handle/123456789/7894  for reading and downloading question papers. Due to strong Fiber Optic network/intranet, some of the resources like databases and digital documents and e-books are shared with other libraries on the campus.

From the academic year 2009-2010 library is issuing Smart Identity Card to all students, staff and external members of the library. The separate workstation for smart card generation has been created in the Reading Hall Section of the library.

Measures for Quality in Maintenance and Cleanliness of library

  • Cleanliness and maintenance of the library is always given top priority. Floor areas of all the sections of the library are cleaned daily by clothe mop and water.
  • Library stacking area is cleaned on regular basis. Two Vacuum Cleaners is used regularly for tackling the dust problem.
  • To take care of books from white ants and termites, regular paste controlling is done on quarterly basis, and contract is given to Pestle Paste Control Service Pvt. Ltd. On regular basis.
  • Management takes care of library maintenance in terms of civil work in the library.
  • Diesel Generator facility is provided to library for uninterrupted power supply.

Human Resource Development and Staff Training

  • Training and orientation to library staff is given on regular basis. Exhaustive training programe for library staff was organized to train them in using Koha software.
  • Special lectures and training programsare also arranged for library staff and supporting staff in the college.
  • Library staff is motivated take higher education and education in Library and Information Science. Eight staff members in library have upgraded their education and completed Library Training Certificate, B. Lib. I.Sc, BA, M. Lib.I.Sc. One library staff has qualified SET examination in the subject of Marathi Literature.
  • Library staff gets promotion as per the government rule and regulations.
  • Lunch Room with water purifier, Water Cooler and microwave oven facility in library for library staff.

Source of fund for Library
Library receives regular grants from University Grants Commission and Department of Students Welfare, University of Mumbai. However main source of fund is library fees collected from students as per the university guidelines. Library also generates funds by extending External Membership facility. During last five years library has generated Rs. 324950.00.


Sections of the Library

With a view to optimize the efficiency of the library services, it is divided into various sections such as:

  • Acquisition Section
  • Circulation Section
  • Newspaper Reading Section
  • New Arrivals
  • Project Discussion/Brain Storming Area
  • Reference and Research Section
  • Periodicals Section
  • Reading Hall
  • Braille Section

Working Hours

Monday To Friday

7.30 am. to 8.00 pm.

Saturday

8.00 am. to 5.00 pm.

Sundays and Public Holidays During Examination Period

8.00 am. to 5.00 pm.

During examination period the reading hall of the library is kept open on Sundays and public holidays from 8.00 am to 5.00 pm.

Seating Capacity:

 

Numberof Students/Readers

Collection


Library subscribes to 137 current titles of periodicals and 25 daily Newspapers.

Library Services

  • Library Orientation: Library orientation is given to the new students and newly recruited staff of the college to enable them to use the library collection extensively and avail the facility of the library.
  • OPAC: Online Public Access Catalogue
  • Web-OPAC
  • Circulation of Books and Reading Material
    • Home Lending
    • In-House Circulation: Main Library, Reference and Research Section,  Reading Hall, Periodicals, CD ROM and e-journals Sections
  • Reference and Information Service
  • Book Bank
  • Inter-Library Loan
  • Issue of Identity Smart Cards: Identity Smart cards are generated and issued to all the students and staff members of the College.
  • Specialized Services
      • Project Guidance and Documentation Services
      • Internet Surfing and Downloading Facility
      • Web OPAC
      • Photo Copying Facility
      • Access to CD Rom and e-journals
      • Preparing various Bibliographies on demand and in Anticipation of Demand.
      • Database Access Facility
      • User education
      • Career Guidance and Advisory Service for Competitive Examinations.
      • NVDA software for visual Challenged Students
      • Braille Typewriter available for Braille Students
      • Reader facility for visually challenged Section
      • Special facility for Advanced Learners

      Best Practices Followed by the Library

      • Complete library automation using Koha: Open Source library software.
      • For last 17 years library functions are automated. This forth up gradation and migration of library database to make the services better.
      • Digital Repository has been created to make publications available online and full text.
      • Attendance of students and teachers in Research and Reference Section and Reading hall is recorded every day and entry and exit register with sign is mentioned. This helps in taking some policy decision about services.
      • OPAC and Web-OPAC is made available for last to readers for last 17 years
      • Newspaper Clippings are displayed on regular basis
      • Readers Advisor Services are provided about competitive examination
      • Competitive Examination Section is created for students
      • Information about the library is published every year in the college prospectus.
      • Separate Newspaper reading section for students
      • Library circulation statistics is generated on real-time basis regularly
      • Library Orientation Programs/Information Literacy Programs and demonstrations about using e-resources is regular features of the library
      • Braille Section created for visually challenged students, they are provided reader and writer also.
      • External Membership facility is available and library has generated fund of Rs.324950/- during last six years.
      • NVDA screen reader software is installed for visually challenged students and two computers are made available for the purpose.
      • Brailler (Braille typewriter) is purchased for visually challenged students.
      • Special facility for Advanced Learner
      • Intranet facility is available on campus. Twenty computers are made available for database access and internet surfing for academic purpose
      • Open Access Facility in all the sections of the library.
      • Suggestion box is available for students to make suggestions
      • Requisition register is maintained in library acquisition section.
      • New Arrival Display is regular features in Home Lending Section and Reference and Research Section.
      • Library is under CCTV surveillance
      • Occasional Book Display/Exhibitions are held on regular basis
      • Book talks are organized in the Students Forum.
      • Annual Library Report is published in the college magazine Yuvashilp.
      • Book Bank Scheme is regular feature of the library
      • Occasional bibliographies are compiled on demand and in anticipation of demand.
      • Audio-Visual collection is developed, and important world movies are collected to support the understanding cinema teaching part in BMM

      External Membership

      In view of the consistent demand for reading hall and reference facilities from the past students and other students engaged in further studies like CA, ICWA, MA, M.Com, M. Phil, and Doctoral Research, it has been decided by the management to extend the facility to them. Students desirous of making use of the facility are expected to register their names with the librarian of the College by paying the prescribed fees.


      Rules and Regulations for external Membership

      The membership is open to

      • Alumni students of this College.
      • Post Graduate students of the other colleges or registered   students of distance education.
      • Research scholar registered for M. Phil., Doctoral and Post-Doctoral research.
      • Any sincere person from the city of Thane intending to pursue some serious reading.

      Enrolment

      • Membership form will be available with the Asst. Librarian on the payment of Rs.10/-
      • The form duly filled in should be submitted to the Asst. Librarian.
      • Library Identity Smart Card will be issued immediately on submission of the completed form and payment of fees.
      • Members desirous of availing the borrowing facility, will have to pay a refundable deposit of Rs.600/- (for one book)

      Fees 
      As decided by management from time to time
      General Rules

      • Books will be issued for use in the reading hall only.
      • Members who have paid deposit for home lending facility will be issued only one book for a week’s period.
      • Late fee of Re.1/- per day per book for first 15 days and Rs.2/- per day per book thereafter will be charged on the books not returned on or before the due date.

      General Instructions

      • The readers are advised to check the book(s) for any missing pages before borrowing them.
      • The readers should not wait for the due date. They should return the books as soon as they have completed the reading.
      • The readers will have to pay the full cost of the books returned in damaged condition.
      • Loss of book must be reported to the Asst. Librarian immediately to avoid accumulation of late fees.

      The college administration fully reserves the right to refuse membership to any applicant without assigning any reason.

      Rules and Regulations for the Use of the Library (ForStudents)

      Every individual entering the library should be a BONAFIDE STUDENT of the College and must have a valid INDETITY SMART CARD. The Identity smart card should be produced as and when demanded by any of the library staff.

        • Library Hours

        Monday To Friday

        7.30 am. to 8.00 pm.

        Saturday

        8.00 am. to 5.00 pm.

        Sundays and Public Holidays During Examination Period

        8.00 am. to 5.00 pm.

         

        • Circulation

        Library books are lent to readers for home reading between 8.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.

        Note: For in-house reading, books from reading hall as well as home lending section and ‘Research and Reference Section’ are provided during all working hours.

         

        • Duplicate Smart Identity Card

        In case Identity Smart Card is lost, it should be reported to the Librarian. A duplicate Identity Smart Card will be issued to the student against a payment of Rs.300/- on Friday only, after receiving proper application and copy of a police complaint in this respect or affidavit on stamp paper about loss of Identity Smart Card.

         

        • Library Fine

        A book must be returned on or before the due date shown on the book. In case of urgent need the book will have to be returned immediately. Usually books are issued for a period of one week from the Home Lending Section. Books reserved for in-house reading are not allowed to be taken outside. In case a student fails to return a book within the time limit, a fine of Re.1 per day per book will be charged for first 15 days and Rs.2/- per day per book onwards. During examination days the fine would be Rs.10/- per day per book. A student may get a book reissued, if it is not in demand. A student taking books outside the reading hall without the special permission of the librarian will have to pay a fine of Rs. 10/- per day per book.

         

        • Mutilation of Books

        It is strictly forbidden to mark library books with pencil or ink or mutilate them in any way. The reader to whom the book was/ is issued last will be held responsible for loss of pages or any other damage unless he/she has brought it to the notice of the library staff before borrowing. Any student held responsible for damage of reading materials will be liable to fine equivalent to the damage caused.

         

        • Silence

        Complete silence must be observed in and around the library. Disregard of this rule will invite punishment.

         

        • Reserving seats in Reading Hall

        Reserving of seats is not permitted in the reading hall of the library under any circumstance.

         

        • Discipline

        The smooth working of the library is possible only if students adhere to the rules and regulations of the library. The Librarian reserves the right to refer cases of breach of discipline to the Principal.

         

        Note: Although no specific rules and regulations are formulated for the staff, all the members are advised to observe general rules and decorum.

      Library Committee

      The Library Committee comprises of five teachers, the Librarian as an ex-officio convener, the Asst. Librarian and a students’ representative as a library secretary and joint secretary. The Committee supervises the overall functioning of the library and looks into details such as policy matters and subject-wise fund allocation. The Library Committee meets once in a year officially and informal meetings of the members are held as and when required. The Committee also meets the Principal to seek her approval and guidance as far as important issues are concerned.

      Members of the Library Committee

      Dr. Suchitra Naik Chairperson (Principal)

      Mr. Subhash G. Shinde Vice Principal

      Mr. Narayan Barse Secretary (Librarian)

      Mr. Anil Bhabad Member

      Dr. Anil Dhawale Member

      Dr. (Ms.) Priyamvada Joshi Member

      Ms. Manisha Patil Asstt. Librarian

      Chirag More Library Secretary (Student)

      Highlights of the Library developments during last six years

      2010-2011

      • Added around 1000 Sq.Ft. additional space for provision of collection development of the, storage and stationary of library shifted to mezzanine floor in the library.
      • Started extension services and database access service for visually challenged readers two dedicated computers are deployed for the purpose.
      • Activated access to UGC N-LIST e-resources for all readers of library.
      • Added 12 book stack racks to the library home lending section of the library.
      • Renovated and repaired the library furniture and fixtures in all sections of the library

       

      2011-2012

      • Library added 2942 books to its collection & total No. 78000
      • Received Grant of Rs.88, 160/- from University of Mumbai, Department of Student Welfare.
      • Book Bank Facility was available to 212 students 1133 books have been issued
      • External Membership Facility of the Library was extended to 22 members in the Academic year.

       

      2012-2013

      • This year we added 3500 books to its collection
      • Dr.Bedekar, Chairman, Vidya Prasarak Mandal, Thane. He has donated his valuable collection of books to the Library. There are 2028 books in the Dr. Bedekar collection in the library.
      • Total number of volumes crossed 81500.
      • The Library received a grant of 88160/- from Students Welfare Department of the University of Mumbai. Book Bank facility is availed by 191 students and 1109 books have been issued to the needy students
      • Diesel Generator facility extended to library for uninterrupted power supply

       

      2013-2014

      • In view of the new self-financed courses added to the college, library was facing problem of space and staking the new books. To tackle the problem library has made some changes in staking area to accommodate more number of books by adding 20 new book racks.
      • Book-Bank facility is availed by 229 students and 805 books have been issued
      • Separate Vijay Bedekar Collection is created in the library from the donation of 2617 books.

       

      2014-2015

      To cater the needs of visually challenged students, the library has started Braille Section in the library. This section was inaugurated on 4th February 2015 at the hand of Dr. Vijay Bedekar, Chairman, Vidya Prasarak Mandal, and Thane. This section was developed with initial help in the form of donation of book from Savitri Forum., Pune. Mr. Swagat Thorat, Mrs.Rashmi Pandhare and Principal Dr. (Mrs.) Shakuntala A. Singh were present on the occasion. 121 Braille books have been added to this section with separate seating arrangement. This section is made available to all visually challenged readers.

       

      • Shri.Uday Narayan Kulkarni donated Braille books of Swatantrayveer Vinayak Damodar Savarkar, published by Swatantrayveer Savarkar Rashtriya Samarak, Mumbai.
      • Total number of books in the library crossed one lack mark this year. Current total is 101344 books
      • University of Mumbai Book Bank facility is availed by 146 students and 1411 books have been issued.
      • Special book exhibition was organized on the occasion of the National Conference on Women`s Quest for Equality on 9th and 10th January 2015. Library staff under the guidance of Asst. Librarian Mrs.Manisha Patil took special efforts in the books exhibition. On this occasion bibliography of the books on display was also compiled for ready reference.
      • Reference Books Exhibition was organized on 27th February 2015 to mark the occasion of Marathi Rajbhasha Din. Reference Books Exhibition was organized on 27th February 2015 To mark the occasion of Marathi Rajbhasha Din. Marathi encyclopaedia, Yearbooks, dictionaries, glossaries, Grammar books, literary handbooks, biographical sources, VidnyanKosh, KridadnyanKosh was on displayed on the occasion. This activity was appreciated by students and teachers of the college. Marathi encyclopaedia, Yearbooks, dictionaries, glossaries, Grammar books, Literary hand books, biographical sources, Vidnyan Kosh, Kridadnyan Kosh were on displayed on the occasion . This activity was appreciated by students and teachers of the college.
      • Delegation of Japanese students from Kyoto Sangyo University along with their teacher coordinator, Dr.Mishio Yano visited the Library on 26th August 2014.

       

      2015-2016

      • Total number of books in the library reached to total is 108840 including 2641 books of Dr. Vijay Bedekar Collection. In addition there are 1099 CDs/DVDs and 2115 bound volumes of academic journals.
      • 3904 books have been added to the Senior College Section during the year to make the total 87771
      • 948 text books have been added to the Book Bank Section during the year to make the total 10128
      • University of Mumbai Book Bank facility is availed by 259 students and 1722 books have been issued
      • Special Library Orientation was conducted for Students Forum, Scholar’s Academy, Research Committee, BLISc and MLISc students with emphasis on using online databases and NLIST resources.
      • Team of students from Kyoto Sango University, Japan, Visited to the library on 31st August 2015

       

      2016-17

       

      The academic year 2016-17 has witnessed very important development in the library. Library has migrated to Koha open source library management software.  All libraries on the VPM campus have started using Koha software. Implementation of Koha was the well thought decision of Dr. Vijay Bedekar, Chairman, VPM. This decision was taken to avoid the problems associated to with the commercial software and some maintenance issues and also to support the open source movement.

       The academic year 16-17 started with the library orientation to all the newly admitted students and advanced training to the TY and PG students in using library resources extensively in their studies. 

      Following are the highlights of the library during this academic year

      • Total number of books in the library reached to total is 112700 including 2641 books of Dr. Vijay Bedekar Collection. In addition there are 1134 CDs/DVDs and 2300 bound volumes of academic journals.
      • 3860  books have been added to the  Senior College Section during the year to make the total 90788
      • 628 text books have been  added to the Book Bank Section during the year to make the total 10128
      • University of Mumbai Book bank facility is availed by 162 students and 1617 books have been issued
      • Library is subscribing to 137 (116 National & 16 International) journals and receives 5 complementary.
      • Library Orientation Programme was conducted for all newly admitted students to the college in the first semester during June-September 2016
      • Special Library Orientation was conducted for Students Forum, Scholar’s Academy, Research Committee, and MLISc students with emphasis on using online databases and NLIST resources.
      • Book exhibition was organized on the occasion ‘Wachan Prerana Din .   “15th October,  Marathi encyclopedias, yearbooks, dictionaries, glossaries, Grammar books, literary handbooks, biographical sources, Vidnyan Kosh, Kridadnyan Kosh were on displayed on the occasion. This activity was appreciated by students and teachers of the college.

       

       

      2017-2018

      • Total number of books in the library reached to total is 115588; it includes 2641 books of Dr. Vijay Bedekar Collection, and 1150 CDs/DVDs. In addition to this there are 2500 bound volumes of academic journals.
      • 2800  books have been added to the  Senior College Section during the year
      • 536 text books have been  added to the  Book Bank Section during the year
      • University of Mumbai Book bank facility has been availed by 151 students and 787 books have been issued to them in the academic year.
      • Library is subscribing to 140 journals and receives 5 complementary.
      • Library Orientation Programs were conducted for all newly admitted students to the college in the first semester during June-September 2017
      • Special Library Orientation was conducted for Junior College Students, Scholar’s Academy, Research Committee,   MLISc students and SMART Program with emphasis on using online databases and NLIST resources.
      • Parent of our FY B Com student Late Siddhesh Dattaram Bhosale donated 14 books to the library on 23rd February 2018.

      Library has organized following programs during the academic year

      §  As a part of VPM and Kyoto-Sangyo University cultural exchange program 14 students and their Coordinator Prof. Shiga from the Kyoto Sangyo University visited the library on 8th September 2017. 

      §  The Book Exhibition was organized on the occasion of Birth Anniversary of    former President of India Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam to celebrate the ‘Vaachak Prerana Din’ on   14th October 2017. In the Book Exhibition the books on temple architecture, books written by V. N. Karndiakar, the well-known writer and poet in Marathi language and biographies of social reformers were displayed.

      §  Created the Library Portal, ‘Jnanprabha’ to provide easy access to online commercial and open access information resources to the readers.

      §  It was decided to constitute the ‘Best Reader Award’ for the students of senior college from this academic year. The award was given in the Annual Prize Distribution Program at the hands of Shri. Prabhakar Deshmukh, the retired District Judge.

      §  As a Part of ‘Marathi Bhasha Sanwardhan Pandharwada’ Book exhibition was organized from 11th January 2018 to 16th January 2018. Book by four Jnanpeeth awardee Marathi authors and significant books in Marathi language were displayed. Thousands of students visited the exhibition.

      §  On the occasion of National Conference on Smart Cities in India display of books on cities in India and the World and Smart Cities was organized on 19th and 20th January 2018.

       

       

      2018-19

      I am happy to present the report of the library for the academic year 2018-19.  Following are the highlights of the library during this academic year

      • Total number of books in the library reached to total is 122285; it includes 2641 books of Dr. Vijay Bedekar Collection, and 1150 CDs/DVDs. In addition to this there are 2500 bound volumes of academic journals.
      • 4000  books have been added to the  Senior College Section during the year
      • 750 text books have been  added to the  Book Bank Section during the year
      • University of Mumbai Book bank facility has been availed by 151 students and 1567 books have been issued to them in the academic year.
      • Library is subscribing to 140 journals and receives 5 complementary.
      • Fifteen Sessions of Library Orientation Programs were conducted for all newly admitted students to the college in the first semester during June-October 2018
      • Special Library Orientation was conducted for Junior College Students, Scholar’s Academy, Research Committee,   MLISc students and SMART Program with emphasis on using online databases and NLIST resources.

      Library has organized following programs during the academic year

      §  The Book Exhibition was organized on the occasion of Birth Anniversary of    former President of India Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam to celebrate the ‘Vaachak Prerana Din’ on   15th October 2018.

      2019-20

      Following are the highlights of the library during this academic year   2019-2020

      ·        Total number of books in the library reached to total is 118234 including In addition there are 1184 CDs/DVDs and 2607 bound volumes of academic journals.

      ·        2006  books have been added to the  Senior College Section during the year to make the total 95949

      ·        669 text books have been  added to the Book Bank Section during the year to make the total 12010 University of  Mumbai Book bank facility is availed by 180 students and 1771 books have been issued

      ·        Library is subscribing to 145 (122 National & 16 International ) journals and receives 5 complementary.

      ·        Library Orientation Programme was conducted for all newly admitted students to the college in the first semester during June-September 2019

      ·        Library Orientation was conducted on 08-07-2019 in Thorle Bajirao for All F.Y.B.A./B.Com Students. Research Committee, BLISc and MLISc students with emphasis on using online databases and NLIST resources.

      ·        Orientation for All T.Y.B.A Philosophy Students on 19/07/2019.

      ·        Orientation for All B/F Class Students on 22/07/2019.

      ·        Orientation for All F.Y.BMS Class Students on 23/07/2019

      ·        Orientation for All M.A.C.J Part I (Marathi) Class Students on 25/08//2019

      ·        Orientation for All F.Y.BMM Class Students on 11/09/2019

      ·        Book exhibition was organized on the occasion of the Vachan Prena Din (Abdul Kalam Janmadin) Books display on Charitra Ani Atmacharitra, Sahitya Acadami Publication books, Books on P.L.Deshpande and DNB Dictionary of National Biography 62 Vol.

      ·        Book Exhibition on V.K Rajwade on 31/12/2019.

      ·        Book exhibition on was organized on the occasion of the UGC Sponsored National Conference: Innovation in Commerce and Management towards Sustainable Growth of India ‘on 25/01/2020.   Library staff under the guidance of Librarian Mr. Basre, N. S.  Took special efforts in the books exhibition. On this occasion bibliography of the books on display was also compiled for ready reference.

      ·        To mark to occasion of ‘Jagatik Matru Bhasha Din’and ‘ Marathi Rajyabhasha Diwas’ Samagra Sahity  Books Exhibition was organized on  27th February 2020.Samagra N.C.Phadke, ShityaRatna Lokshahir,Navalpurcha Sansthanik, Samagra Kelkar Samagra SetuMadhavrao Pagadi , Rajarshi Shahu Gaurav Granth ,Sampurna Shekeshpears ,Samagra Savarkar , Samagra Madhav Julian,on displayed on the occasion. This activity was appreciated by students and teachers of the college.

      Library Staff

      Librarian                           01
      Asst.Librarian                    01
      Library Clerks                    04
      Library Attendants              07
      Peons                                03
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      Total                                 16



      Library Staff and Duties 

      01

      Name : Mr.N.S.Barse (M Lib I Sc, NET, SET)
      Designation : Librarian
      Work Description: Overall supervision and administration, budget allocation with the guidance of library committee. Book classification planning of library services administration, Library orientation to fresher. To guide students for project. Provide documentation and information services. Library correspondence. Reporting anomalies to the principal. Checking of all invoices.

      02

      Name : Mrs.M.A.Patil (M A./ M Lib I Sc)
      Designation : Asst. Librarian
      Work Description: Circulation to teaching and supporting staff, Monitoring external membership. Monitoring the Shelving of books' Computer data entry, Reporting anomalies to the librarian. Accounting all the bills of books. Inter Library Loan Library over-due collection. Attending the problems creeping in the routine work. Attending students.

      03

      Name : Mr. Anand Aarkade,(B Sc.IT MLISc)
      Designation : Lib. clerk (In-charge: Reference and Research Section)
      Work Description: Serial control, Circulation to teaching and Shelving of Reference books' Computer data entry, Database access help, smart card generation and distribution.

      04

      Name : Mr.D.P.Shinde (B.A.M.Lib.I.Sc.)
      Designation : Library Clerk
      Work Description: Assisting assistant librarian in routine functioning of library circulation, Shelving, Fine collection, Identity smart card generation and distribution. Preparing book cards, Question papers scanning and uploading on website, , Stock verification

      05

      Name : Mr.T.K.Bharmal ( M.A.M.Lib.I.Sc, SET Marathi)
      Designation : Library Clerk
      Work Description: Assisting assistant librarian in routine functioning of library, Circulation (self-Financed Courses), Shelving, Fine collection, Identity smart card generation and distribution. Preparing book cards, Question papers scanning and uploading on website, Stock verification

      06

      Name : Mr.A.J.Kamble (B.A. M.Lib.I.Sc.)
      Designation : Library Clerk
      Work Description: Assisting assistant librarian in routine functioning of library, Circulation (self-Financed Courses), Shelving, Fine collection, Identity smart card generation and distribution. Preparing book cards, Question papers scanning and uploading on website, Stock verification

      07

      Name : Mrs. V.V.Pawar
      Designation : Lib. Attendant
      Work Description: Circulation, Office assistance, Repairing of books, Shelving of books, Cleaning the book stacks, Cleaning of counter and work area, Cleaning all the furniture, Book processing reading material.

      08

      Name : Mr.S.S.Gholap  (BA,LTC)
      Designation : Lib. Attendant
      Work Description: Circulation, Office assistance, Repairing of books, Shelving of books, Cleaning the book stacks, Cleaning of counter and work area,Newspaper maintenance Processing reading material.

      09

      Name : Smt. Chitra Ragaji
      Designation : Lib. Attendant
      Work Description: Circulation, Office assistance, Repairing of books, Shelving of books, Cleaning the book stacks, Cleaning of counter and work area,Newspaper maintenance Processing reading material.

      10

      Name : Mr. G.V.Koli (LTC)
      Designation : Lib. Attendant
      Work Description: Circulation, Office assistance, Repairing of books, Shelving of books, Cleaning the book stacks, Cleaning of counter and work area, Newspaper maintenance Processing reading material.

      11

      Name : Mr.K.V.Dagale (LTC)
      Designation : Lib. Attendant
      Work Description: Circulation, Office assistance, Repairing of books, Shelving of books, Cleaning the book stacks, Cleaning of counter and work area,Newspaper maintenance Processing reading material.

      12

      Name : Mr.N.Gangurde (BA, LTC)
      Designation : Lib. Attendant
      Work Description: Circulation, Office assistance, Repairing of books, Shelving of books, Cleaning the book stacks, Cleaning of counter and work area,Newspaper maintenance Processing reading material.

      13

      Name : Mr.S.B. Shinde (BA, M.Lib.I.Sc)
      Designation : Lib. Attendant
      Work Description: Circulation, Office assistance, Repairing of books, Shelving of books, Cleaning the book stacks, Cleaning of counter and work area,Newspaper maintenance Processing reading material.

      14

      Name : Mr.S.S.Rathod
      Designation : Peon
      Work Description: Cleaning the book stacks, Cleaning of Reading Hall and furniture in the Reading Hall. Cleaning floor and toilets, Newspaper maintenance Processing reading material. Assisting B.B. Raut in Reference and Research section.

      15

      Name : Mr.V.Sonawane
      Designation : Library Attendant
      Work Description: Cleaning the book stacks, Cleaning of Reading Hall and furniture in the Reading Hall. Cleaning floor and toilets, Newspaper maintenance Processing reading material. Assisting B.B. Raut in Reference and Research section.

      16

      Name : Mr.Sanjay Bahanbwal
      Designation : Peon
      Work Description: Cleaning the book stacks, Cleaning of Reading Hall and furniture in the Reading Hall. Cleaning floor and toilets, Newspaper maintenance Processing reading material. Assisting B.B. Raut in Reference and Research section.

      *The work is rotated among the staff and they are expected to work in different sections depending on the need, workload, leave positions and administrative reasons.

       *Library provides paid internship facility to the library science students. And three trainees are appointed for the period of three months.