“As a father pities his children, so the Lord pities those who fear Him”

– Psalm 103:13



ICT Services

INCORPORATING ICT IN LIBRARY SERVICES

Our library has enhanced its services over the last Decade, facilities through automated workflow for with all its possible new and emerging Information and Communication Technology (ICT). An integrated set of services for capturing, cataloguing, storing, searching, protecting, retrieving and also for data entry, transaction and serial control etc., is in use.

LIBRARY AUTOMATION

Library Administration is fully automated by adopting the ICT information and Communication Technology.

1. NIRMALS

 

Software runs on number one RDBMS as data base server

 

It has Low Exit value, ISO standard, RFID Compliant, International Standard Bibliographic  and  design  for  user  friendly  interface,  ensures  portability, Compatibility and Scalability

2. LIBNET

 

Internet centre with 65 systems

3. MAIN SERVER

 

Dual Processor – Higher end

 

18.5” TFT Color monitor Lenovo

 

4 GB PC3-106600 ECC DDR3 RAM

 

146 GB 10K Rpm 5 GB SAS Hard Disk Drive

4. ONLINE SEARCH

 

To facilitate online search the Library sources and Data search are highly

5. NETWORKING

 

Networking with 5 systems for different functions like acquisition, data entry, transaction, searching, serial control and retrieving

6. WEBOPAC

 

Library resources shared by all Departments through WEBOPAC

7. REPROGRAPHY

 

Reprography facility is available in the Library. This facility is available at a nominal cost of 60 paise for exposure

8. Inter Library Loan (ILL)

 

Library is linked with Developing Library Network (DELNET) & The American Library (AIRC) database (union catalogue of books, current Periodicals, Theses, Dissertation etc.)

9. SOFT COPIES

 

Library supports soft copy submission of Theses, Dissertations and Projects

10. INTERNET

  

Free Internet access from 8 a.m. to 5.pm

 

40 Hours of only subject related free Internet access for UG Students per year for Document search

  

E-Journals access via Sage, JGATE and N-LIST – INFLIBNET (“National Library and Information services Infrastructure for Scholarly Content”. The programme is funded by the MHRD to extend access to selected e-resources under UGC.)

 

 

  • Vision Statement

    WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT THROUGH EDUCATION To empower women by developing human capabilities through quality education based on Christian values, making them responsible citizens who can work for the advancement of the society and promote communal harmony in the multi-religious and multi-cultural reality of India eventually evolving into women of communion.